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South Sudan refutes Salva Kiir’s statement on separation


By James Gatdet Dak

November 2, 2009 (JUBA) – The minister of Information and Broadcasting and official spokesperson in the Government of Southern Sudan, Paul Mayom Akech has refuted media reports that the semi-autonomous region’s President Salva Kiir Mayardit had called on the people of Southern Sudan to vote for separation in the 2011 referendum.

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Sudan’s First Vice President reportedly told a church congregation in Juba, that to vote for a united Sudan would be like voting for "second class" citizenship.

"When you reach your ballot boxes the choice is yours: you want to vote for unity so that you become a second class in your own country, that is your choice," Kiir said addressing worshippers Saturday at Juba cathedral.

"If you want to vote for independence so that you are a free person in your independent state, that will be your own choice and we will respect the choice of the people," he stressed.

Mayom said the media distorted the President’s statement, which he explained was just a reference to a statement by late Dr. John Garang de Mabior.

"This was a statement made by our late chairman, Dr. John Garang de Mabior in his speech during the signing of the CPA in 2005. Therefore it shouldn’t be stated as propaganda," he said.

He explained that what the president had said was about the "right of the people of Southern Sudan to choose…and the right to vote…and to vote for the two options; confirming unity or secession."

Southern Sudan minister for presidential affairs, Luka Biong said in Juba that Kiir meant to ensure southerners of his support to their choice in the two options adding that if they are not satisfied with the implementation of the CPA and opt for independence he would support their choice.

Kiir’s remarks were criticized by the National Congress Party in Khartoum and described it as amounting to "backtracking on the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA)".

However, Mayom added that Kiir has the right to express his position when the time comes. "As a president and leader of the people that is equally his right. But he didn’t come out by the way of propagating. He will one day be heard in stating his actual position," he said.

He added it was not right "to jump up and cause noise and havoc about his [Kiir] position…in reference to statement by our late leader, Dr. John Garang de Mabior."

The SPLM and NCP are at a downturn in their relationship after the SPLM members boycotted the parliament because of disagreements over draft laws.

Speaking to the Associated Press from Khartoum where he is negotiating the referendum bill, GOSS Vice-President and SPLM deputy chairman Riek Machar said Kiir comments are "an expression of how south Sudanese people are getting frustrated," adding "People want to see the peace dividends, the country reconciling and development."

Darfur rebels who are fighting against Khartoum government in the restive western Sudan also called on southern Sudan leader to stick the unity of the country adding the NCP government does not represent the Sudanese people.

Justice and Equality Movement and Sudan Liberation Movement led by Abdel Wahid Al-Nur showed their understanding to Kiir’s remarks on the southern Sudan self determination but said this option should be rather a reason for a united Sudan.

Al-Nur, who was a close ally to the father of the "New Sudan" vision and SPLM founder the late John Garang, yesterday told Sudan Tribune about his support to southern Sudanese right for self-determination. He however expressed wishes that it would lead to voluntary unity.

The Sudanese opposition parties also regretted Kiir’s call for separation as they supported the ruling party of the semi-autonomous region in the past.


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  • 3 November 2009 06:57, by general Achinbenchien

    If called for separation, so what?

    The General Achinbenchien

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    • 3 November 2009 07:24, by thieleling

      It is obvious Salva Kiir is weak, fainted-heart now that he is exercising political prostitutions over the independence of south sudan. But south sudan indepepndence should NOT be propagated confusingly as Kiir is doing now.

      "He will one day be heard in stating his actual position," he said." What about NOOOOOOOW!!!

      When would be that day while Al-Bashier already stated his position clearly for unity of sudan? Salva Kiir, you really do things half-way, and being confused about them is who you are as a leader. What is wrong about you going far enough to challenge Al-Bashier and his NCP? It is really frustrating to have an incompetent leader representing south sudanese at the national level. South Sudan indepepndence is not for political propaganda. It is real!!

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    • 3 November 2009 08:01, by Michael Madit Magot

      Dear James Gatdet Dak,

      You ought to be careful on reporting Kiir’s statements or else you will one day be locked behind the cell. This amount to defaming when you report the secrets of the president. No doubt Kiir may have said that but it was his private message with the congregation in the church. The time is not ripe for him to go public about it.

      Kiir is just following the footsteps of his leader the late Dr John Garang when he quoted his statement which he made during the signing of peace in Kenya. This is to make you aware that Dr Garang was also a separatist though he was smart to express it.

      Feel free Kiir, time will come when you will re-express your view. You have right to express your opinion like any other southerner when the time comes.

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      • 3 November 2009 08:20, by Gatwech

        Michael Madit Maggot,

        Should the Nuer commentators on this website also attack Philip Thon Aleu and Ngor Garang for doing their journalistic work? Leave James Gatdet alone. He doesn’t need your stupidity. He may be reading your stupid comments but he may be ignoring it as something from immatures.

        First, thanks to James Gatdet Dak for his ever objective reports with quality. Without you man we the readers may not know what good our government is doing. Some even blame you for being pro-GOSS leadership.

        Hey, to you dummy Michael Maggot. Your name Maggot really indicates your being an insect. Look at your foolish statements about James Gatdet’s report. You said Kiir’s statement was a ’secret and private’. Secret? In what sense? You are telling the world how foolish you are, dude.

        Do you think that a church congregation is a secret organization? It is a public organization, dude. If you open your mouth in a church attended by hundreds of people of different affiliations, you know that what you say is not a secret. It is public. But foolish people like yourself will never tell the difference.

        Any by the way, I read about the report of Kiir’s statement on November 1, 2009 before James Gatdet’s report came in today, November 3, 2009. But I know your jealousy about this smartest and professional journalist in Juba. Because he is from Nuer, you are burning with jealousy about his news reports on Sudantribune.com. He is simply doing his job well, take it or leave it you lazy dictator. You don’t know what media is all about. Just remain a maggot.

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        • 3 November 2009 12:47, by Akeckdier

          Its not matter of smart or not. Its clearly that president Kiir state that it is in our best interest to vot for independent south sudan, other wise we will be treated as second class citizen.But you are talking bullshit in this website because you completely hatred dinka.But the dinkas they trying to the best for everyon in south sudan, like what we did in the war.Thanks.By the way in sudan dinka they are like jewish.Because the they strong people all over the world and controling people with their money.So this is same as the dinka in south sudan, they hate us because we are just honest peopl who like to tell the truth and fight for their right.That why they hate us, just keep die hard hating us.One day the lord will speak up against the enemy of the southern sudan people the dinka.Peace YO .

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      • 3 November 2009 08:23, by wech

        To you Micheal magot, where is the freedom of speech? James Gadet is just a reporter. Why do you think he should be careful or otherwise he should be arrest. What is your point? He should be arrest because he is not a drinka reporter or what? Look at your retarded mind. When you guys see someone is smart and he is not from dinka, you idiots get envy. what kind of people are you? Selfishness will bring you nothing. in old expression, it says share the good so it will spread around. when something is important come out, you don’t like to share it. this is same mistakes john garang made before because he does not like to the good things with his fellow southerners. I think this is want you kiir to do. but kiir is already smell the danger of that. he just want to president of south sudan, not drinka only. i know in your hearts you just think kiir is just for dinka. my question to you, is how many presidents you guys in south sudan. you any tribe to have their own president or what? in every nation, people have one president. But you dinka just always want division. i dont know what you get out of it. since john garang nothing have been achieve by dinka alone. when nuer and other tribes to leave guys alone, you complain. what do you guys real want?

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      • 3 November 2009 15:18, by Abyei

        Dear Thieleling and your Husband Mago First of all I would like to congratulate all the people of South Sudan for their by statement of president Kiir. There will be a huge change in the cabinet of South Sudan. The new Government will fight against fraud and corruption. We all believe that Kiir can bring a change in this New country. He can build trust amongst the different tribes of the country as he did in the past afew days Jungle Estate. He is credible enough and a man with integrity. He is working for the solidarity and unity of this South Sudan Tribilsim country.
        With Best Regards.

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        • 5 November 2009 10:21, by Wen Achieng

          Am very happy with Salva Kiir Mayardit speech on referedum of 2011 of which each of us southerners is aiming to have separation and we shall not expected second citizenship in Sudan.What you must know is the Land of Sudan.

          Thanks for your keeping all eyes on Southern Sudan

          Wen Achieng Atem

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      • 3 November 2009 15:19, by Reanyou

        Dear Maggot,

        I didn’t know that you are someone who always want to be taken for dinka change since you seem not knowing a bout reporter. Look at you, thought you are depending the president right yet you are taking him wrong. what do you think, can be done if you are the fucken boss and spoke like you are chikuath, forgeting even that the church is the public not the secret centre where you drink and talk.Pleae, I thought your advice will be about not blaming the reporter, nor abusing the leaders like your confuse friends call Worl Maker who does not even know about the world in general with is other reany minded John Maker, and busta 2 this group should be lock up then someone else to be lock up, look at the direct abuse you guys are using to our leaders, don’t you guys thinks, you are rosting your own ass.
        I would suggested, you go back to school of understanding,respect and come back to support what you understand.otherwise remain as grasshper as you are.
        By REanyOu

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    • 3 November 2009 10:16, by Greater Equatoria

      Brothers and sisters,do not waste your time.Kiir had made the real point after long frustration done by the NCP.What we can do now is to wait and vote for our independent new state of South Sudan.Peace to you all!

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    • 3 November 2009 10:45, by braveheart

      so what? Think about the manifesto of the movement that proclaim the vision of the late founder of SPLM/SPLA of "New Sudan". Think about the "first bullet" fired at separatists in 1983. Think about the sacriface of people of Nuba Mt, Blue Nile and Ingessana state? Think aabout treson, prejudice, hate and justice????

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      • 3 November 2009 11:09, by Greater Equatoria

        I know the people of Nuba Mountains and other marginalized people of Sudan.We,Southern Sudanese are after you,including the Darfurian people of Western Sudan;they are black like us.we do do not have any problem with them;they are us like us,and we donot have any problem with them.We,Southerners need the freedom of all the marginalised people of Sudan.We have are with you the Nuba!

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        • 6 November 2009 08:25, by Brother keeper

          Good job man! is good to hear that for you.

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  • 3 November 2009 07:03, by Dengtaath

    Why would the North misunderstood that logical comment? H.E Mayardit has a full right to acknowledge to the people of Southern Sudan about their full right to secession and also remind them about the consequences of unity.
    Is not about Kiir calling for separation, it is about Sudan Arab Muslims to change their frustrated attitudes against African ethnic christians.
    We thank you very much Mr. president

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    • 3 November 2009 07:22, by Michael Madit Magot

      Dear James Gatdet Dak,

      You ought to be careful on reporting Kiir’s statements or else you will one day be locked behind the cell.
      This amount to defaming when you report the secrets of the president.
      No doubt Kiir may have said that but it was his private message with the congregation in the church.
      The time is not ripe for him to go public about it.

      Kiir is just following the footsteps of his leader the late Dr John Garang when he quoted his statement which he made during the signing of peace in Kenya.
      This is to make you aware that Dr Garang was also a separatist though he was smart to express it.

      Feel free Kiir, time will come when you will re-express your view.
      You have right to express your opinion like any other southerner when the time comes.

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      • 3 November 2009 07:30, by Dinka Boy

        Dear Micheal Magot,
        Thanks a lot you hit the nail on its hit.
        That is how i feel brother.

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        • 3 November 2009 08:12, by Gatwech

          Michael Madit Maggot,

          First, thanks to James Gatdet Dak for his ever objective reports with quality. Without you man we the readers may not know what good our government is doing. Some even blame you for being pro-GOSS leadership.

          Hey, to you dummy Michael Maggot. Your name Maggot really indicates your being an insect. Look at your foolish statements about James Gatdet’s report. You said Kiir’s statement was a ’secret and private’. Secret? In what sense? You are telling the world how foolish you are, dude.

          Do you think that a church congregation is a secret organization? It is a public organization, dude. If you open your mouth in a church attended by hundreds of people of different affiliations, you know that what you say is not a secret. It is public. But foolish people like yourself will never tell the difference.

          Any by the way, I read about the report of Kiir’s statement on November 1, 2009 before James Gatdet’s report came in today, November 3, 2009. But I know your jealousy about this smartest and professional journalist in Juba. Because he is from Nuer, you are burning with jealousy about his news reports on Sudantribune.com. He is simply doing his job well, take it or leave it you lazy dictator. You don’t know what media is all about. Just remain a maggot.

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          • 3 November 2009 08:25, by Dinka Boy

            Please leave Magot alone mr thieling,
            Yes Magot is right because a leader must have secrete. A ledaer know how to expose some word in the public and in private. That is why Salva Kiir refute and made his statement clear because he is aleader though he want separation. You don,t know any way because you are born empty and will die empty.

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            • 3 November 2009 08:42, by man-of-his-words


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          • 3 November 2009 11:20, by murlescrewed

            Here we go again. An entire nyagat crew ready to rush in and defend one of their own. We all know that Gatdet is nothing more than an extension of that weasel called Riek. 99% of his articles are based on "Riek did this and Riek did that". I have analyzed all his writings and they point to a clear and concerted effort to highlight those things that Riek is reported to be doing. Even when Riek fails miserably, he still is able to spin in a positive manner. Call that journalist code of ethics but I call it working for Riek.

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          • 3 November 2009 11:30, by Greater Equatoria

            By the way if Kiir did not intend to say those words,because of the jounarlist actions,all Southern Sudanese aqnd the rest of the marginalized people are now awaken of the intentions of NCP.Please for those who are mistaking me to be a Dinka,I’m not,but I’m a pure intellectual Equatorian with full knowledge of what is taking place in Sudan.Peace to you all!

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    • 3 November 2009 11:19, by Greater Equatoria

      Brother Dengeth,
      In real sense,each person has equal right to share his or her point of view.Kiir has his point of view.I don’t like to talk much at this time! I keep reading your comments,and when I feel like commenting then I comment,if it really touches my understanding! peace to you all!

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  • 3 November 2009 07:05, by maumau

    Whether Mr. Kiir cautioned us against voting for a united Sudan or not, we know that automatically we are voting for separation. Even the late Dr. Garang knew that the South would choose separation but he was just blindfolding Khartoum when he constantly said that he was fighting for a united Sudan. Does the constitution bars Mr. Kiir from giving us good direction?, no if he says we have to vote for separation, he has the right to do that, no body should ever harass him for that. A campaign is a campaign. To hell with a united Sudan-longlive independent South Sudan.

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  • 3 November 2009 07:06, by Mr Famous Big_Logic_Boy

    That is a spirit of dinkas born to lie, Kiir denys the facts if he goes to Khartoum like what i said yesterday. In South he talk of separation but in Khartoum he sing of unity. Cowardness is the problem in his leadership,Kiir he did say the word "separartion" I witness his speech on that day, i heard him saying that if you want to be "treated like second class citizen in your country then vote for unity, but if you desire freedom and rights then the choice is yours" so now who is Mayon to deny the facts. Mayom has the same spirit of being a lier like his dinkas, the same thing denying accusation of Kenya minsiter. Junglese liers, born to lie!

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    • 3 November 2009 07:26, by Jeremiah Mach

      The fact that Arabs are very adamant to let the South go her own way is a factor that push us toward independent. I like us to go our own way.

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    • 3 November 2009 08:00, by Ajuscommando

      Ha Ha Ha ha ha haa haa, look at these coward EQ. and Nuer behaviors toward the South Independent. Please my brothers from collaborators communities, Sudan will be the same again and whoever support Khartoum will face the consequences of the war since we shall not pardon any single dog who will be aggressive toward South freedom. I can say Dinkas are not slaves or coward in their live time and they have not collaborated with Khartoum one day. I know the comments of Kiir is not a joke as he meant and whoever attempt to attack SPLA at this time will face the worse part of the problem either a kids, men or women.. The SPLM is the only strong political part who will liberate South without complain and take the Southerners to the promise land without failure.


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      • 3 November 2009 08:45, by man-of-his-words

        THEY WILL BE AFTER 2011.

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    • 3 November 2009 11:47, by Greater Equatoria

      Brother,Mr. Logic boy,I have realized you really have some points to put across,as I can always read your comments on this website.

      I don’t reply always because I’m busy,as I’m a president of a university here in United states.By the way,I’m a Southern Sudanese Sudanese student,currently a president at a university in United States of America.I have full knowledge of all what is taking place in my country,Sudan.

      Mr.Logic is frustrated by some few Dinkas who behave madly,that is why he is really mad with Dinkas.But we are all Southern Sudanese.A president can come either from Greater Equatorian, or Dinaka or Nuer,but this time,it should come from the Greater Equatorians.Peace to you all Sudanese! Evewry bodu will be happy to share the dividends of the peace we struggled for the last 222 years.Peace to you all!

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      • 3 November 2009 22:49, by Awadia Tania

        Look, even a wanderer says he is a president of University !

        Are you not shame to foolishly say ?

        Don’t you know your word are irresponsible words of irresponsible person who brought up one tribe and expect leadership for them?

        Dude help your self with Nyamachoma for your nerves awaken.

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      • 6 November 2009 18:18, by Brother keeper

        Let me tell you this graetness is not free from the God is a give form God. So dont even try to lie for your self bro
        maybe you can be a president if all the Upper Nile people die. That is the only option for all you whith out that no way dude.

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  • 3 November 2009 07:15, by mohammed ali

    Should I say no comment!Who makes the decision in the SPLA.We have a real problem here!!

    SPLA rejected the election law and then made a U-turn and accepted it.

    SPLA drafted the national security law, then made a u-turn and rejected.

    SPLA rejected the conduction of the census, then made au-turn and accepted it.

    SPLA rejected the result of the census and then made a u turn and accepted it.

    SPLa rejected unity and then made a u-turn and denied that they rejected unity as an option.

    Are we playing games here!No way ..enough is enough , whatever bad we the jalabba , it is much better for us to live alone.We can not live in this enviorment of mistrust and hatred!!!There is no reason for us to do that.For good , for bad we have been carrying a huge burden, for a very long time unecessarly!!!

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    • 3 November 2009 07:28, by Dengtaath

      Mohamed Ali, there is different between SPLA and SPLM, the referendum negotiation has got nothing to do with SPLA,say SPLM.

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    • 3 November 2009 07:37, by The Sudanese Soldier/Builder

      the world comes together and we are fighting still! the world around us moves forward and we still have that narrow sight !
      colours & tribes ..we have to think big as OUR GREAT LAND , BIG, and must stop the world laughing at us . THINK BIG!!!

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      • 3 November 2009 08:24, by Dengtaath

        Soldier, you could have said these words 10 years ago, unity this time has got no value. Stop that language, see your North.

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      • 3 November 2009 08:50, by man-of-his-words


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    • 3 November 2009 11:53, by Greater Equatoria

      Brother Mohammad,let me tell you frankly that,all decisions in Southen Sudan are made under supervision of all organs of South Sudan. Kiir is not the only high-ranking person in South Sudan,but there are many people who control him and guide him.All those decisions have been taken under critical thinking to ensure that both the NCP and SPLM are in mutual understanding!

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      • 3 November 2009 21:21, by man-of-his-words

        GREATER whatever, first of all you are not an equatorian and this is not united states of america,nobody control kiir,there is no (CHECK AND BALANCE)in south SUDAN , so stop saying things you dont know.YOU MIGHT BEEN DREAMING OF UNITED STATES REPUBLIC DEMOCRACY SYSTEM.

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    • 6 November 2009 18:52, by Brother keeper

      I just want to say to you Mahamed stop commenting in this webside we dont like your name it sound like arab please leave us alone.Sudan will never be same ok we have no longer to be part of you Mohamed.

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  • 3 November 2009 07:27, by Angelo Ajiech Manyuat

    Mr. President, changing your statement all the time is not totally acceptable and it’s not an honest way to encourage citizens. Yes, some of us already determine or choose between these two dilemmas (separation and Unity). I mean, smart people already read between the lines and state their position. In fact, I think you and your reporters have a problem in Juba. We thought you did boldly air out or stated your position to the citizens of S. Sudan so that they lost and confused citizens should decided or aware what 2011 mean to us. As our president, we want to know where your vote will go.

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    • 3 November 2009 08:28, by Aduol Liet

      Angelo Ajiech Manyuat.

      Please read the article again line by line and you will find that, what Salve Kiir has said, as a leader, you need to inform people in many ways so that, the people will start working on it but the more importantly is that, you must understand fully on how politics should be play. It is true that our late chairman Dr, John de Mabior had said, many times especially, during the signing peace agreement and he had repeated in Rumbek so there is nothing wrong from Salve Kiir Manyardit to repeat it.

      It is also true that, there will be a fully statement from him later on and even all SPLM in GOSS will have something to says before the end of 2010, and I would real beg any one in Southern Sudan not just to react negatively on that statement made by him, because this is how politics work, we should tell National Congress Members that, if the implementation process does not make attraction to Southern Sudanese people then, they will have a choice to choose only Independent rather than Unity and I don’t think there is any misunderstanding about that so why not every Southerners Sudanese individual do his own support by just coming to Southern Sudan and add whatever, you have in your minds will make difference this time because your help is so important to your people and it is needed now in Southern Sudan.

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      • 3 November 2009 11:11, by messiah

        Thanks Salva Kiir,
        Pronounce separation quick enough to show the liars we are tired of the blind peace.
        Speak it out everywhere even in the tiolet, kitchen if you visit, schools, hospitals, churches etc...
        Salva Kiir Oyee for Referendum
        On one else qualifies than him in the South Sudan.
        Godly thanks.

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  • 3 November 2009 07:47, by kush Man

    Non-Gallants thinking people, you are still insulting the Kiir while the fact voting election (referendum) is on your door, what will be the performance for you? Please let me bestowing my small quick-witted advice, if you don’t want to be self independent, keep on insulting sick-headed and offensive leader.

    You the mayors of South Sudan, better for you to think and pick the accurate person who will fulfill the basic need for South Sudan.

    You see the way in which the Kiir look like, he seem like grasshopper which climb on smooth tree; when it try to climb-up it doesn’t succeed and when it try to remain there, there is predators-------? calculate it.

    Let’s leave him alone, don’t you know that if the blind man guarding another blind, both of them are fall into the hold, let him guard us into temptations.

    By Kush Man

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    • 3 November 2009 07:58, by johnmaker

      Mr.Kush Man or motherfucker,

      What are you talking about immbecile minded person.Kiir has liberate your fucker ass out of second class citizen.Is it difficulty to reason from your fucken pass and the present dog.Kiir is telling you to choose when that times of vote come.I don,t know how we can teach you stupid and foodies equatoria.Pack your thing and go to north to be fuck by arab all the times.

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      • 3 November 2009 09:56, by liil

        We know he liberated us from being second class citizens under auspic of the Khartoum islamic base government to being second class citizens in the south under auspic of Dinka dominated government in Juba.It is well known that Dinka’s tribalist are sleepless in struggle to secure the Dinka assumed kingdom in the south.This concept is known to everybody in the south and we the other communities are remain watchful to this intention before busting to pieces.

        You have to know that the same second class citizens you talked about are also in southern Sudan.Who else made them to become second class citizens again when we already liberated that from the north?

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  • 3 November 2009 07:51, by Nile Flame

    Kiir, is a narrowed minded individual. Leave alone his mere and diminishing support for the unity of Sudan, he divided the GoSS, tribe and even in his own family. Its not a supprise to hear such info coming out from him.

    The world is merging toward globalization but sudan going toward tribal line due to the lack of prominent leadership. Kiir’s does know the future problems that will come the next generation in years to come.

    Leave the man alone, he does know what he is talking about

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  • 3 November 2009 08:21, by kulea

    hey people of beautifulland Southern sudan I believing our president kiir Mayardit awared us to be awake, according to his speech this is the way president could speak to his people,like that as kiir mentioned that will be up to you people of South,

    if you want to be a second class and be underneath of those people again is up to you or if you want to be a free landman that should be your choic,I don’t think that we might blame our leaders,like Kiir &’s vice Machar,

    and the rest who not mentioned,what I know they don’t have had any choice before us as the the Nation of Southern Sudan, what I know their choice will be after us if we fail they will fail too, according to "democratic"view

    if you do believing in democratic please do not misclearing or misunderstanding the message that was delivering by our president,this is agood message to you and me too, well reach information to think over about your future and your lineages their future too,more further information be awell preparing person who Can wine the goals before 2011 don’t sleep be awake,

    because Salva Kiir remembering our mind to think for land he woke us from sleep to be awake until the day of our referendum which is our independent day to gets free from the Northernes long term enemy, people of that beautifulland think of your brothers,sisters, uncls, aunts who was died because of that land,plus our late strongest apowerful leader John Garang demabior who was died beacuse of your future lives
    be careful people this is the end of everything, when you misscalculating this game or misunderstanding used, you lose your next future no more busher again like before you will be slavery forever no doubt, and blame, you will blame yourself alone threw yourmistaken,go and judge,your solution after all of this.

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    • 3 November 2009 09:09, by Mel mosa

      Some people keep blaming president Kiir for not constantly for his statement. I should simply say that those who blame him are behind politics. Mr president is always striaght. If you are really politician, you should understand Kiir his politics. He is the one who rescue you from the fire. A man of few words always do better than talken one.

      Mel Mosa

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    • 3 November 2009 09:14, by Dongjol

      Please Mayoum and President Kiir Listen!!!

      Politics is not about lies and misleading statments.If you continue to be liars, The God of the church you have been going for worship will not feel happy.Because he is not a God of Liars.

      Mr.Mayom and Kiir ,how comes that you fear talking of separation or unity which is also included in the CPA?


      Please have a confidence in everything.Otherwise Gatwech, thielieng,Dengtaath and rambang are presuading every one on this web site,because they present their claims based on clear and tangable evidences.

      May Lord help the people of my ancesteral land

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  • 3 November 2009 09:15, by Chol Buoi

    Hello People of South Sudan, we are really fed up of the constant clashes in our New Country becuse of our poor behaviors.

    Imagined, how can we lost the gross Money and we don’t know where it goes. Otherwise, the GOSS must be pathetic to do somethings about this!!!!!

    24hrs,clock system

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    • 3 November 2009 09:21, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

      Salva Kiir is one of millions of South Sudanese who pronounce separation of Southern Sudan from Jallaba Sudan daily. His pronouncement is just a crystal clear message that there is total freedom of speech, information in South Sudan contrary to the freedom laws in Jallaba Sudan. He is entitled to his view on this crucial issue.

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  • 3 November 2009 09:56, by Gatwech

    Dear readers,

    Salva Kiir should NOT be afraid to clearly state his position. Bashir has already expressed his position that he is for unity of Sudan. He doesn’t care about or wait for what the people of South Sudan are going to vote for. His speaker of parliament also said that his parliament will make it difficult if not impossible for separation to occur. These are clear positions from the NCP leaders. But lukewarm as they are, Salva Kiir and his group fear that the statement would result to him being slapped on the face by Bashir in Khartoum.

    I know where the problem is: Kiir was appointed by Bashir and may fire him over the statement in the name of violation of the CPA and may ask the SPLM to nominate somebody else as First Vice President to replace Kiir. But should this be the cause of panick if there is nationalism in the hearts of these coward leaders?

    Late Dr. John Garang was also appointed by the same Jellaba criminal Bashir in Khartoum and his position on unity and separation was never clear until he met his untimely death. And this has been the fear of our Bashir appointee Southern leaders refusing to clearly voice their position. As long as President of South Sudan remain to be appointed by Bashir or whoever in the North, our coward leaders will remain fluctuating between positions. And the South will continue to confuse in directionless political chieftancy while the referendum day approaches. What a mess!

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    • 3 November 2009 12:25, by Khent


      Do not confuse Dr. John Garang’s attainment of his political position by the virtue of military success, with Riek’s schizophrenic and confused attitude towards liberation, in which he cooperated with the SAF in fighting the SPLA. Riek was supplied and armed by the Sudanese army and worked in military concert with the enemy, therefore the position afforded to Riek was a direct consequence of his services to them.

      Your entire argument depends upon PRETENDING NOT TO UNDERSTAND the difference between the attainment of positions, as a consequence of the war effort and those appointments based on ad-hoc, transient, hollow and expedient appointments that are predicated entirely on the whims and wishes of the enemy.

      Do you not know the difference? To you it all sounds the same.

      Prove to us that you are not as clueless as you appear to be, -explain the difference- between the two.

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  • 3 November 2009 10:57, by Controller

    Dear Readers

    I Think this Dinka president has done nothing wrong in his statement.

    he was trying to remind the people of Southern Sudan to think twice before they vote. Unity or Independent?

    I think this is what The president Salva Kiir Mayardit should be focusing on, instead of planning attacking LT. General Paulino Matip ’s bodyguards last month that claimed the lives of a wamon and a child.

    We will never forget them, until this damn foolish and his two housekeepers;Taban Deng Gai and Hoth Mai pay back the big price.

    I know the Dinkas of Bhar El Ghazal are better than Dinka Bors, but this Government of Southern Sudan will be stablish Government when it is run by EQuatorians, Shuluk and Nuer.

    Thank you all

    I am Controller with the Prophert.

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  • 3 November 2009 11:29, by Critic_Ngueny

    Dear Gatwech,

    If you have nothing to say;you better keep mum.Thon Aleu and Ngor Garang are not part of the cursed community.Your community is cursed but you must pray hard and harder so that Almighty God forgives you people.You are in trouble because of Ngundeng.

    Therefor,I would like you to tell your people to stop commending on this website because their standard of speaking and writing in English is in coma.Their comments are full of thok-naath or whatsoever you call it.

    I am always good when you are good to me but I have decided today on ward that when a person has no mercy you have to be merciless too. We shall just be playing a joke on our communities unless you apologize Me or any other Dinka

    The choice is ours,people should not take it seriously.We must vote for separation whether they like it or not.And if they force us but why should they,we must tune to the language that they understand better.

    Critic_Ngueny from Bor town

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  • 3 November 2009 11:35, by Adam

    Mr. Rashid Abdul Rahim of Akhbar Alyoum Newspaper issued today wrote (in Arabic):

    One brother from the South wrote in reply to my article yesterday, that he agrees with Mr. Silva Kiir’s call on Southerners to vote for a separated South. Another reader from the North remarked “No comments”. All other contributors share their despair of SPLM/A and frustration of a united Sudan. They expressed this in-the-go-with-hell terms.

    One of the negative consequences triggered by SPLM and its president’s latest stand resulted in the increase of the desire to separate Sudan among Southerners and Northerner alike.

    The CPA gave SPLM the right to rule the South during the interim period, but it doesn’t state that the South should be left for SPLM alone. The CPA encourages balanced and just rule in an atmosphere of political freedom for all the Sudanese in the South. This means that CPA disapproves SPLM dictatorship rule and its denial of all Southern political parties and other parties to operate freely in the South.
    This is the important struggle arena with SPLM to realize the desired unity, which is now cannot be trusted to the SPLM. Furthermore, SPLM cannot also help if the Southerners choose a united Sudan. SPLM will not accept the voters’ choice and the country will enter into a new phase of struggle.

    SPLM has been unsuccessful to realize and safeguard freedom and security in the South. It rules with oppression accompanied with complete failure to bring peace. It increases the hatred, tribal and civil wars among Southerners. It even failed to lead any development project or provide services to the population.

    SPLM knows that the choice of unity will deprive it from ruling the South in an integrated and united Sudan. Deprived from the power to rule means the inability to enjoy the general political benefits and, hence, blocking the special or personal interests, in one hand. Separation, on the other hand, enables SPLM to stand alone in the South with political power, weapons, money and absolute control.

    Those who are suppose to vote are all the population of the South. But most of them are left without SPLM, the National Government or the GOSS media and enlightenment. This majority is the main pillar of the referendum. They are the ones who decide the result. They are the ones who live in the pastures and villages smashed in war, and starved by SPLM irresponsible wasting of their money and rights.

    SPLM has no right to deprive NCP, the people of the North, the parties of the North, let alone the parties of the South to freely operate in the South and among the Southerners who have the right to vote in the referendum.

    The SPLM has no legal or constitutional right to deprive any Sudanese civilian to operate in the South and propagates for unity, which is now clearly dropped down by SPLM/A.

    Why should all Sudanese allow SPLM/A to stand alone in the South?

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  • 3 November 2009 11:38, by Nyaopun Aban Aban

    HONESTY IS STILL THE BEST POLICY, if comrades Salva Kiir can maintained his words at the around table with NCP party in Khartoum.

    In this context, to vote for independence of south Sudan should be understood as a means by which People sharing distinct characteristics decide on the framework. Human changes in South Sudan are not only suggested in associations with Arabs.

    Ashamed on those who forget what Arabs do say.

    "The blacks are slaves by nature"

    "The blacks are inferior materially"

    "The blacks are not capable of revolting"

    It is shame to be slave in your country then being slave in others nations. The southerners should burial above quotations forever in theirs face with Arabs

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    • 3 November 2009 23:53, by mohammed ali

      This is not true, because all Sudanese are black.Is Ali Osman for example whits?


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      • 7 November 2009 03:00, by Brother keeper

        Mohamed please leave us alone this website is for you.
        I dont think is anyone will like you in this website man.

        Just please please leave this motherfucking website alone nobody like you in this website my friend. Your name sound like Osama Ebinlandin. Get the fuck out in our Christian website motherfucker Peace

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  • 3 November 2009 11:58, by Khent

    Michael Madit Magot:

    There is absolutely no dignity in supporting a man of such despicable incompetence, whilst also espousing the constriction of media freedom.

    God given liberty requires the protection of eternal vigilance-media freedom is essential and must not be infringed upon.

    It behoves every man of conscience who values liberty to swiftly criticise any immediate or impending action in contravention of our national well being.

    It is the sacred duty of every citizen to pledge allegiance to the country and NOT to the men to whom we have entrusted with its governance.

    Blind loyalty to the administration begets subservience and venality, suffocates the germ of virtue, and prepares fit tools for the designs of National deconstruction.

    Silence is treason!

    James Gatdet Dak has done NO wrong, he is merely doing his job.. Salva Kirr on the other hand has an extensive list of transgressions against the people of South Sudan.

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    • 3 November 2009 12:11, by Prophet Alexander


      Your H.E Salva Kiir Mayardit,

      We, the South Sudanese are highly pleased and united under your great leadership and administration. We are eagerly, joyfully and hopefully looking forward to voting for the Independence State of the Southern Sudan with tears, songs of Moses and dancing. Congratulation for your great speech on advising all the Southerners to vote for their own future the independent state of Noble South Sudan in 2011, so that we may taste the first class citizenship for the first time in the history of Sudan.

      Indeed, the Arabs of Northern Sudan and Africans of Southern Sudan will not and will never ever live in unity even Heavens fall down. This is because the nature, history, culture, language, religion, geography and civilisation say BIG NO to UNITY but BIG YES to TOTAL SEPARATION. And the conflict between the South and the North Sudan is everlasting and unequitable and it is like the Palestinian-Israel conflict. As Palestinians and Israel cannot live in unity so the same case with South and North Sudan The only solution is a total separation and Independence State of South Sudan.
      Since 1898 when British came and colonised Sudan until 2009, we have been suffering for 58 years under British colonisation and 55 years under the Arabs Empire of Northern Sudan. Since 1947 until now the Northern Sudan has been discriminating, killing, harassing, torturing, abusing, enslaving, Islamizing, Arabasing, “illiterating”, ill-treating and “poverting” us as second hand citizens. And we are cast away to live in camps, tents and cartons in the cold and dusty deserts of Khartoum as displaced, unwanted people, moreover Sudan is our own mother country and by its meaning the land of the black. The Palestinian refugees in Sudan are treated far better than us as first class citizens because they are Arabs and Muslims.

      The God of Heaven has heard our crying, suffering and our blood and tears of our children, women, and innocent men has reached heaven. He appointed you to take over the leadership, when our hero Dr John Garang De Mabior died in black year 2005. He was our Moses and now God has entrusted you with a great responsibility to lead His suffering people to the Promised Land of Southern Sudan. God says to Joshua, and you are the man ‘be strong and courageous, because you will lead these people to inherit the land I swore to their forefathers to them,’… (Joshua 1:6-7).

      Your Excellency, we the people of the Southern Sudan have lost millions times millions trust and confidence in the people of the North Sudan. Joseph Lagu’s history will repeat itself because Khartoum is going to steal and will rob our votes and our rights. I think our votes should be counted in Juba but not in Khartoum by UN staffs (International Community). For example, like what had happened in Iran, Zimbabwe and Kenya can happen to us. It is clear that Khartoum is not happy to see our freedom and independence. Mr. President, should they steal our rights of our votes, prepare yourself to declare our Independent State like what Eritreans did to Ethiopia because there is no Democracy in Sudan now and in most of Africans Countries, there is no respect to the laws.

      Live for ever, Mr. President Sir, I quote a message for you from the Holy Bible “for if you remain silent at this time, relief and deliverance for the people of South Sudan will arise from another place,….And who knows but that you have come to royal position for such a time as this? (Esther 4: 14) The South-North war is not yours but of the Lord God of Israel is fighting for you and his people. We love you and you are the man of our hearts. We are praying and fasting for you day and night. May the Lord God give the lions’ hearts to SPLA. You are our Joshua, Mandela, Obama and you are the king of the South. Thank you, thank you and May God of Heaven bless you richly and protect you and your beloved family from the lions, bears, leopards, and snakes of the North. Amen!!

      Long live Joseph Lagu.
      Our Hero Dr.John Garang De Mabior, you are still alive in our hearts and your visions will be fulfilled in 2011 by the people for whom you laid your life. See you in resurrection day.
      Long live Hon. Salva Kiir Mayardit
      Long live Dr. Ryiak Machar
      Long live Hon. Pagan Amum
      Long live the GOSS
      Long live SPLA/M
      Long live Hero George W. Bush
      Long live the people of South Sudan
      Long live the Africans people
      Long live Independence State of Noble South Sudan.

      Yours servant
      Francis Alexander in Australia

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  • 3 November 2009 12:26, by Khent


    Do not confuse Dr. John Garang’s attainment of his political position by the virtue of military success, with Riek’s schizophrenic and confused attitude towards liberation, in which he cooperated with the SAF in fighting the SPLA. Riek was supplied and armed by the Sudanese army and worked in military concert with the enemy, therefore the position afforded to Riek was a direct consequence of his services to them.

    Your entire argument depends upon PRETENDING NOT TO UNDERSTAND the difference between the attainment of positions, as a consequence of the war effort and those appointments based on ad-hoc, transient, hollow and expedient appointments that are predicated entirely on the whims and wishes of the enemy.

    Do you not know the difference? To you it all sounds the same.

    Prove to us that you are not as clueless as you appear to be, -explain the difference- between the two.

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    • 3 November 2009 14:31, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      NCP Party should not start wavering,why always NCP Party are complaining in any statement made by our ministers for example our state minister in the ministry of interior,commented on the death of our HEROS Dr John Garang,NCP Party Complaint on it and that minister was release from his post,secondly our minister in the ministry of cabinet affairs Mr Pagan made avery sensitive comment on the corruption within the Sudanese officail right from the independent of the country,again NCP party complaint on his statement untill he was release also from his post.Today NCP Party is again complainig on the statement which is not even correct,to our president Salva Kiir Mardit,exactly what is NCP party looking for?.To me no body should not give any apology words to NCP party,let them wait for Okambo coming to arrest their criminal president Omer Bashir.

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      • 3 November 2009 15:29, by Divorce is bad

        Beloved Mr Kiir, Dear intellectuals from South Sudan
        Jesus said : A divided house gets ruined. Divorce is bad. Learn that the underdeveloped CHINA became a superpower because it is UNITED and ALL its focus is on ECONOMIC development, turning all conflicts with capitalism into advantage.
        Seperation happens when there is a conflict. Is there a conflict or war any longer against South Sudan ??? No.
        Is the South Government already independent for many years now ? YES. YES. YES. Federal rule is but an advantage not disadvantage. Influx of southerners to the south is open to feel independent and remove from you hard feelings of discrimination, so- called second class citizenship
        Is the leader of South Sudan trusted with leading all over Sudan as No 2 authority? YES.
        Is there a risk that South Sudan can be another stateless Somalia ? YES
        Why? Because the Government of South Sudan failed to disarm the tribes and civilians, and can not do that.
        Because the Ugandan so-called Lord’s Army is a foreign nail in the body of the region.
        Because there is illiteracy, unemployment and poor infra structure, no industries, no agriculture, no electricity and water, no medical care, plus hard feelings inherited from war, and shortages of churches that can spread the ten commandments including : DO NOT KILL, and spread Jesus teachings that teach: GOD IS LOVE.Do not kill. A Christian is the one who loves his enemies, is it not?
        Southern government failed in putting a foundation to an independent state.
        Divorce is bad. Unless a minimal infrastructure is done with the unused funding for that, FEDERATION remains as the only alternative.
        Mr Kiir, just like all southerners,you seeem to suffer from complex of “second citizenship” even when you are ruling Sudan?!! I suggest that Mr Kiir resigns from his position and with his money live in America, to sooth his soul from war psycological effects and to enjoy the remain of his life.
        South Sudan is independent and he is governing it, but he is still unaware of it. No fruits of his rule that raised living standards there.
        To continue ruling the south this way can lead to another Somalia, logically speaking.
        Why did he not stay every day of these six years in the South to supervise development there? He liked luxury of Khartoum Palace ? Why did he not eradicate corruption in South, unite and disarm tribes, remove the mines, establish welfare life to Southern poor people?.
        The world is suffering from economic crises, if Mr Kiir depends on USA or Israel or Europe to colonize South Sudan to bring civilization and development to it, he would be in an illusion.
        Brazil has a positive thinking politics , regarding its different ethnic groups by organising them to annual festivals..beautiful festivals that all the world watch on TV and enjoy it..
        SOUTH SUDAN IS AN INDEPENDENT ENTITY WITH OWN PARLIAMENT AND ADMINISTRATION. Pity that Mr Kiir preferred to live away from it and feel foreigner and second class !!! He is not relieved of war bitternes and unless retired, his bitterness will spoil his life and lives of masses in whole of Sudan. If Southern region risks to develop into a state of lawlessness, this effects the whole region, including north, east and west Sudan.
        Retire Mr Kiir ! You deserve to get a peaceful family life. South is actually independent, feel it please to rest in peace

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        • 3 November 2009 17:53, by Tuaks

          What a different between Ltd Gen Silva Kirr and Dr Riek Machar? All are betrayers they have betrayed the SPLA/M Manufesto and they did away with the vision of Creation of New Sudan.
          I was not surpraised to hear that kind of misleading speeches.
          But you better convert SPLA/M to SSPLA/M, and that what I was expected to happen after the death of our Great Leader Dr John Garang.
          Silva should not deliver such a speech, it is obviou that we were blindly led by Sliva Kiir and his Deputy, and they are still progressing toward unknown direction.
          You Mr President of Southern Sudan and the Chairman of the SPLM, you should have asked you self before you wind your deadly words.
          You and you Dr Riek should resign before you loose everything.
          SPLA/M will not accept any change in its policies, if there is saparation we will include our comrades in Southern Kordofan, Abyeii, and Southern Blue Nile.
          Not 1956 boarder but Three Areas, you can not deny the rights of Nuba, Angasina,and Dinka abyei.
          Please try to find out where is 200 Million US dollar ? Check your stomocks and your Valleys.

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          • 4 November 2009 02:31, by sheeple


            Hosea 4:6 (KJV) My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge. Because you have rejected knowledge,
            I also will reject you from being priest for Me;
            Because you have forgotten the law of your God,
            I also will forget your children.

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            • 4 November 2009 03:02, by Pee-Funk

              Dear southern Sudan,

              i am 100% agree with Mr. president Salve Kiir, because nobody want to be second class citizen in his own country, and that what we had been fought for last 21 years. we all southern Sudanese we most put our differences behind us and let us come together and vote for separation because this is what we been fighting for long time since 1956.

              I know that we southern Sudanese we are killing each other because of tribal issues and leadership, but if we united ourselves and do what is best for our people, and for our country we will be come the great nation. our tribes problem will not do us no good it will take us to hell. we need some changes in southern Sudan by united ourselves. we need independence southern Sudan, and i think the same thing you guys wanted. peace be upon you!!!!!!!!!!!!!

              By Mr. P-Funk

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            • 4 November 2009 03:12, by Dakbai

              Dear Mr.President,
              I am an advocate to your message calling for all Southern Sudanese to get prepare for coming referendum determination. I strongly believe southerners are free to determine their future state; either for the Unity of Sudan or establishment of independent Southern Sudan country. However, what iam advising you don’t let yourself be overwhelmed by the atmosphere of political hesitation. Calling for southerners to get prepare for coming self-determination is not a bad call. Your honarable,i am advising you to be always strong on your presidential speech.Calling the public to be aware is part of your presidential role. What’s more, if you keep revealing your weakness on your tone; then the public which made you president will consider the second thought of getting another president.
              Mr. southerner Liberator.

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              • 4 November 2009 04:55, by atem mabior

                I thanks the president he expressed his position at the early stage which will give the southerness right choice to what the will vote for.people, don’t take this speech as suprising thing. in politic there are many type of tactic if you are young it may suprise you, nothing good when human get in to.there are only two option in sudan, unity and separation if you are for unity it give chance to go for it. don’t just make a critism while you don’t understandard the meaning of anything.

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              • 4 November 2009 05:36, by NgorKur Mayol Chier

                Congratulations to our president H.E Kiir Mayardit for the terrific statements he made in the church on Sunday Nov, 2nd 2009 for the separation of the south from the north. Also, my opinion on this case, would be a bit similar with what my fellow citizens should say .either, we will be still remain on the humiliation that the Arab obviously has been apply on us for 53 years. Is this what the southerners are still seeking for it? I don’t think so. They need to be very careful with they says. Once again, it is not too late for our brothers and sisters in south to say no if they are not satisfied with the way the government of Khartoum is doing things in the north since creation of the world’s continents and its countries.


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  • 4 November 2009 04:27, by Time1

    President Slava Kirr’s message was plain and clear to everyone, take it or leave it, no one can stop southerners from going to the ballot boxes and submiting their votes to the approritate boxes which they already know which one it is. Kirr is just speaking his mind and stating the obvious.

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    • 4 November 2009 05:26, by Edwin

      Appealto all southern sudaneses reading this artical.

      Itis my first time writing on this web site and the reason is to alert all the active contributors that they should reflect their opinions not their ethinic group beacus their not mandated to do so and must remember our martyers their from all corners of the south secondly the guy by name mohamad ali is NCP cader follow hisw rinting is well edit and making fun of us Gatwich and Dinka boy and others pleas stop put our lundary out ,we will make if most of african Counteris are their we will make it no turning back

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      • 4 November 2009 13:31, by Tuaks

        Again Mr President Should not act clearlessly like what he done , he should be sensitive and careful because he is not only soouthern Sudanese leader but he is New Sudan Leader, but he seemed to lack capacity to carry out SPLA/M Vision of New Sudan.
        Unfortunately his foolish statement on Saparation has created anxiety among the Marginalzed areas ( Nuba Mountains, and Bule Nile) Mr Silva and his Deputy are not realiable person to lead us they should be forced to resign by all means of Democracy , not only that but they should be subject to investigations.
        Vice President of the Republic of the Sudan , the Chairman of the SUDAN PEOPLE`S Liberation Movement and the president of Southern Sudan should not Advocate for the Saparation, and exclude others.
        You are discriminating other Mr president, you are acting like NCP/NIF, SPLA/M is a National Party and it should reflect or characteraze.
        My question is are you trying to create factions within the SPLA/M?
        I am sure 100% that most of the Southern Sudanese are Saparatists and the result will be saparation, and that is not bad because it is the dream of the First Generation. But let us not emphasis and encourage it.
        Most of the commentators are disparates visionless, hopeless, and lost, All Equatorian, and Nuer and ofcourse some of lost Dinkas tribe are saparatetist.
        Gen Silva Kiir and his deputy. Apart from all above review your policy and open you eyes widely.

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