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Washington “disappointed” by Khartoum refusal to allow exportation of South Sudanese oil

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January 22, 2013 (LONDON) – The American administration has criticised the Sudanese government for its continued refusal to allow the exportation of South Sudanese oil before disengagement with rebels in South Kordofan and Blue Nile states.

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US State Department spokesperson Victoria Nuland (AFP)

In a statement released on Tuesday, US State Department spokesperson Victoria Nuland said its country “remains disappointed” by the failure of recent talks on the implementation of a number of deals, signed last year on security arrangements, Abyei administration and the exportation of South Sudanese oil.

During recent negotiations in Addis Ababa, the two countries failed to agree on the withdrawal of troops from the border area of the so-called “Mile 14” which is claimed by the two sides. They also disagreed on the composition of the legislative council of Abyei where the parties must arrange to hold a referendum.

However, the most important point of difference remains the relationship between the South and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) that is fighting against the Sudanese army in South Kordofan and Blue Nile. Khartoum has repeatedly demanded that Juba disengage with the rebels before allowing its neighbour to use its oil infrastructure and maritime port.

Washington has also demanded Juba sever ties with its former allies, but believes that Sudanese security interests “will only come if Sudan cooperates with South Sudan and begins direct talks with the SPLM-N to address the Two Areas conflict,” Nuland said.

“Lack of resolution on this issue prevents normalised relations between Sudan and South Sudan and compounds the current human rights and humanitarian emergency,” she added.

The outgoing US envoy for Sudan and South Sudan, Princeton Lyman, repeated at different occasions that the mistrust between two sides is preventing them from settling post-independence issues.

“I think what happened in the process so far is that they haven’t reached that degree of confidence and trust which is essential in carrying out this type of agreement,” Lyman said during a visit to Khartoum last November.

He recently held a series of talks with SPLM-N leaders in Washington to lay the ground for direct talks with Sudan in order to facilitate a peaceful settlement for the current crisis in the Two Areas and resolve outstanding issues between Khartoum and Juba.

Both the Sudanese and South Sudanese presidents are due to meet on the sidelines of an African Union summit this week. The two leaders must once again attempt to reach an agreement on the litigious issues left unresolved in the last round of talks.

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  • 23 January 2013 08:23, by okucu pa lotinokwan

    America are full of words but less in action,especially the current ruling party in America,otherwise if it were to be Republican on the ground things would have gone right.
    God bless South Sudanese.
    OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

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    • 23 January 2013 08:53, by Nyachebe

      Steve Wondu didn’t get it right this time
      You are always correct to analyze events, but somewhere in this article you are wrong not only in bullet points mentioned but miserably failed to solution to how the crude be evacuated or what else alternative people of South Sudan can use to ensure their crude reach the market. In other words, if the color is white prove it rather than intuitive.

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      • 23 January 2013 08:54, by Nyachebe

        Let me disapprove your points:
        • Even though temperature vary from South Sudan to Ethiopia the gap is not a big deal here since both countries’ temperatures are above freezing point (0 Celsius), in which viscosity is not affected much….
        • Uphill is something manageable since trucks are not pull by pulleys, but driving engines with capacity driving uphill, so let not be discouraged

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        • 23 January 2013 08:55, by Nyachebe

          • For your information we are not going to use Djibouti port, there is a portion in that Djibouti coastal region Ethiopia bought 4 years ago, and this is the dock we going to use per MOU
          • Having 1,000 trucks on Ethiopia roads is not a big deal here; this is why you are there to negotiate with good brain. In other words, human disagree to agree
          What our government should utilize during the

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          • 23 January 2013 08:56, by Nyachebe

            visiting of the USA delegate was how USA could assist in providing trucks if they really concern with this project to happen. Also, we should ask USA for some cash to speed up the training of drivers to haul these trucks to market. Otherwise you are smart and respect your opinions but not this one.
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      • 23 January 2013 20:31, by Hardball

        This is a very funny statement “Washington “disappointed” by Khartoum refusal to allow exportation of South Sudanese oil” the statement is ludicrous! The idea that Khartoum is trying to be important and pretend to be someone with power is very funny. If South Sudanese were desperate to transit their oil through Sudan; they would have never shutdown the pipeline in the first place.

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  • 23 January 2013 08:32, by master

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    feed them by any way

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    • 23 January 2013 08:44, by Nuer Empire

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  • 23 January 2013 08:41, by Northern Sudanese

    Note the way the website lies, it says US critisizes sudan while in other news paper it says ’’U.S. criticizes Sudan, South Sudan for oil export delay’’. see the way insects controlling this website lol?
    anyway, we don’t care! all US has to do is feed these people + provide them with some trucks lol

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    • 23 January 2013 09:23, by Nibs

      Which other news papers are you referring to,Mr. Empty-headed?look here northern cockroache,all you got is flexible tongue.everything you said is pointless,you(illiterate) are fortunate to argue with intellectuals on this forum.

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      • 23 January 2013 17:29, by Northern Sudanese

        nibshit
        calling me empty headed? at least i am not locked up for drug dealing in US prisons + i can write which 80% of your dark insect nation can’t! calling me illiterate while forgetting that your insect shithole has the highest illiteracy rate in the world? mrs insect, i am refering to this website http://www.newvision.co.ug/news/639130-u-s-criticizes-sudan-south-sudan-for-oil-export-delay.htm

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        • 24 January 2013 00:17, by Chol

          NorthernSudanese, you’re empty headed because you have no idea that no one in South Sudan is interested in transiting oil through Sudan. We know you parasites Sudanese, your mouths had been ripped off South Sudan oil and that cause you bitterness against South Sudanese.

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        • 24 January 2013 10:00, by Nuer Empire

          North asshole!

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      • 23 January 2013 17:31, by Northern Sudanese

        nibshit
        calling me empty headed? at least i am not locked up for drug dealing in US prisons + i can write which 80% of your dark insect nation can’t! calling me illiterate while forgetting that your insect shithole has the highest illiteracy rate in the world? mrs insect, i am refering to this website http://www.newvision.co.ug/news/639130-u-s-criticizes-sudan-south-sudan-for-oil-export-delay.htm

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    • 23 January 2013 10:51, by Paul Ongee

      Ya Northern Banaat,
      Do you really know the reasons why you’re posting your trash here? Because of freedom of expression which is not practiced in Sudan since 1956, NOT the speculative ties with SPLM-N/SRF that you’re trying to imagine. Who came to power through coup d’état and is the most wanted by ICC for war crimes?

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      • 23 January 2013 10:52, by Paul Ongee

        Which leader of a country should allow oil of his country be looted/stolen in broad daylight? Khartoum is used to stealing South Sudan resources only for its development since 1956. Khartoum signs agreements or whatever you call it AAA-1972/CPA-2005/CA-2012 but uses delay tactics to dishonor it or sets illusive preconditions that disengage with Mr. X.

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        • 23 January 2013 10:52, by Paul Ongee

          Who wept on July 9th, 2011 when Sudanese flag was lowered before world dignitaries? It is Omer Al-Bashir and his cronies who wept the most internally and externally, they failed with their last minute initiative—Unity Project Fund (UPF) designed to postpone referendum vote so that Khartoum continues stealing oil of South Sudan.

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          • 23 January 2013 10:53, by Paul Ongee

            UPF on what basis, ya inti? I understand it is painful to Khartoum to lose 75% of oil revenue to South Sudan. It’s ours; you cannot have a drop of it flowing through the rusting oil pipeline. If your 120/140 bpd of oil is flowing through the pipeline, where is the other 75% coming from and be stolen?

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            • 23 January 2013 10:54, by Paul Ongee

              Pii in the pipeline and sell it to international market to revamp the sluggish economy. South Sudan will prevail at any cost with/out our oil flowing through Sudan oil pipeline to the international market. Do you realize that the pipeline is built with South Sudanese oil money? If Chinese companies know it, why do you deny?

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              • 23 January 2013 10:55, by Paul Ongee

                If Chinese and international community do not want to pressure Khartoum, who will lose? Who is complaining of energy/political security? Who is in desperate need of energy to power their industry? Can the low-quality gold produced on small scale flow through the pipeline? Why South Sudan’s forex is still lower relative to depreciating Sudanese pounds?

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                • 23 January 2013 10:56, by Paul Ongee

                  Tell us ya inti, is life the same in Khartoum in particular and Sudan at large following July 9th, 2011? If you cannot get back your Halyib Triangle from Egypt, how can you dream of occupying the resource-rich disputed areas along the N-S border including Abyei to supplement your struggling economy?

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                  • 23 January 2013 10:57, by Paul Ongee

                    You better dream of owning Halyib Triangle through the barrel of a gun first, ya inti Northern Sudanese//Jalaby/Master. Abyei will remain part and parcel of South Sudan, and so Panthou/Heglig. Whenever you go to sleep/Mosque, remember that Sudan economic outlook is bleak because South Sudan has the key, ya Northern banaat.

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                    • 23 January 2013 11:15, by Paul Ongee

                      How many people are getting arrested every day for taking to the streets in Khartoum and other Sudanese cities and towns, for going to Kampala to sign the "New Dawn" charter and for failing to frame effective statements/propaganda designed to steal South Sudan oil or dishonor agreements on the pretext of border security?

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                      • 23 January 2013 11:21, by Paul Ongee

                        Do you have any idea about how many months left for the voicelss and the will-soon-be-speaking-with-sign-language Omer Al-Nashir to stay in power to see the downward spiralling economy on his watch before taken to ICC for war crimes?

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                        • 23 January 2013 11:35, by Paul Ongee

                          Ya Northern banaat,
                          What do you think Omer Hassan Al-bashit and his cronies will decide to do? Go Sadam Hussein/Muamar Gadhaffi way or Tunisian president’s way by fleeing to Saudi Arabia by taking with with him millions of US dollars/gold worth million of dollars? How long do you think Omar will shuttle to Addis with impunity? The choice is his.

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                    • 23 January 2013 17:55, by Northern Sudanese

                      mrs Paul Ongee
                      Sudan economy is faaaaar better than south sudan’s , in south sudan you are unable to feed more than halve your people, you have the worst health crisis in the world, highest illiteracy rate in the world.
                      mrs paul your oil is worth only $4 billion , today we covered $ 2.5 billion from gold production of 50 tons , just wait when this year we produce 70 tons.

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              • 23 January 2013 17:50, by Northern Sudanese

                Paul Ongee
                please tell us mrs paul ya bint alsharmoota :D , how can we pay using oil money, before we even had oil flowing?

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            • 23 January 2013 17:43, by Northern Sudanese

              mrs paul
              for how long will you remain singing the old boring oil song? let me tell you facts...
              Oil only started contributing in 1999. secondly? oil accounted for only $5 billion out of sudan’s 2010 GDP of $96 billion. out of those 5 billions, just $4 billion came from south sudan. so you left just a $4 billion gap in 2011, today gold has covered $2.5 billion already so there is just a

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              • 23 January 2013 17:44, by Northern Sudanese

                $1.5 billion gap left to go. in 2012 we produced 50 tons of gold, in 2013 we will likely add another 15 tons. now let us go further into history, in 1956 sudan never produced oil. during the 60’s , 70’s and 80’s sudan total economy depended on agriculture specially cotton production. cotton coming from gezira scheme. production declined rapidly due to mismanagement , instability and lack of rules

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                • 23 January 2013 17:46, by Northern Sudanese

                  however, at the time cotton production collapsed, south sudan oil came into action. we spent the late 90’s until 2011 depending on oil instead of agriculture. today, gezira scheme will come back and with double the productivity rate due to our new dams. if we today produced the same amount of cotton like we used to in the 70’s , that will generate an income of at least $10 billion from gezira

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                  • 23 January 2013 17:47, by Northern Sudanese

                    scheme alone, worth a lot more than your black liquid song lol. furthermore, our imports. we spent about $1.2 on importing sugar in 2011 and $800 million importing wheat. god knows how much we spent on other items. anyway, by 2014 we won’t import sugar as white nile factory would have reached full capacity. and wheat imports will be cut by 2015. this way we saved $2 billion already.

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                    • 23 January 2013 17:48, by Northern Sudanese

                      we have a grand sugar plan of producing 10 million tons of sugar per year by 2020. from sennar , white nile and gezera states. this will generate at least $20 billion and we will be among top 5 sugar producers in the world.
                      as you can see we are already going great, but tell us about south sudan lol what has south sudan done other than cattle stealing? please tell us how we are stealing your oil

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              • 24 January 2013 02:06, by PT92

                Wow! You must be an NCP caveman living under of his own shadow. So, Mr. illusion, if "ONLY" 5 billions came from oil, where do 91 billions you claim to be a part of your GDP come from?
                Just cheer but let me remind you, we will wrestling this thing out in a very nearer future and the out come will be winner take it all.
                PT

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        • 23 January 2013 17:41, by Northern Sudanese

          mrs paul
          i explained you everything yesterday and find no point in repeating, when did south sudan have oil before the 90’s? read my comments of yesterday i see no point in repeating

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      • 23 January 2013 17:34, by Northern Sudanese

        mrs Paul Ongee
        freedom of expression crap again right? lol , tell us the number of journalists detained today in your shithole mrs paul lol
        bashir came by coup, but won 69% of the votes in 2010 elections. ICC is a joke, full of lies + they never indicted blair , bush or netenyahu so why bashir? its a joke spreading very fast!

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      • 23 January 2013 18:01, by Northern Sudanese

        instead of singing your $4 billion oil oil oil tell us about the latest development in south sudan lol, in sudan since you left with your so called oil,we built dams,factories ,refineries,roads,hospitals!
        while you remain in the stone age raiding cattle and singing the oil song lol sudan economy is great and our 3 year plan (excluding heglig) is going according to plan! get ready to cry in 2014

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    • 23 January 2013 11:19, by South South

      Northern Sudanese,
      Iam back, I was on mission on the border between South Sudan and Sudan. I saw fake Arabs smuggling themslves into South Sudan every night, that is Ok we welcome them to our land under our own power. Now, on the oil issue, you are sleeping deep. We reached an agrement with our Almighty Israel about oil. We do not need to rush and use shit pipe line of Sudan.

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      • 23 January 2013 17:39, by Northern Sudanese

        mrs South South
        when did i say i missed you? instead of spreading nonsense, find away to stop dependency on those people in white trucks lol feed yourself!
        Almighty Israel? you mean that jewish state which kicked you out before any other black person? lol
        anyway, you can drink your oil, we negotiate for borders not desperate for oil because we love seeing you starve to death lol

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  • 23 January 2013 08:50, by 4Justice

    Al Bashir is the best terrorist money can buy


    Terror in North Africa: are Westerners pulling the strings?

    English-speaking jihadis seen in Mali, as a Canadian is reported to have co-ordinated Algeria attack.

    Westerners, including a man with blond hair and blue eyes, are believed to have been among the Islamist militants who launched last week’s attack on the Tigantourine complex near Algeria’s border with Libya.

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/terror-in-north-africa-are-westerners-pulling-the-strings-8460832.html

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    • 23 January 2013 09:18, by Robot

      ’USA, CHINA AND RUSSIA"??????????????????????????????????????????????????????.

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    • 23 January 2013 09:57, by Paul Ongee

      Ya Terror in North Africa,
      The Canadian man is NOT the original White Canadian by birth but by naturalization; he is a naturalized citizen of Algerian origin. Got it? Most of the naturalized citizens from the troubled Middle East always resort to terrorism by nature, religion and violence, you name it. No brain to reason.

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    • 23 January 2013 10:00, by Paul Ongee

      Ya Terror in North Africa,
      The Canadian man is NOT the original White Canadian by birth but by naturalization; he is a naturalized citizen of Algerian origin. Got it? Most of the naturalized citizens from the troubled Middle East always resort to terrorism by nature, religion and violence, you name it. No brain to reason?

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      • 23 January 2013 10:32, by master

        hay ya monkey ongee
        what you know about islam and muslim
        when you knew how to wear close over you rotten body

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  • 23 January 2013 11:04, by Jalaby

    To U.S. State Department spokesperson,
    We’re really happy that you’re disappointed by Sudan decision not to allow south oil
    to run through its land and we love to see you always disappoint regarding Sudan because you’re liars and hypocrites,

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    • 23 January 2013 11:07, by Jalaby

      how many times you promised Sudan to be lifted from your countries list that support the terror and lift US sanction too but you failed to meet your promises despite Sudan fulfilled all your conditions and criteria and met all its promises without any delay!!

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      • 23 January 2013 11:09, by Jalaby

        Who do you think is going to believe you again?! we were able to explore and export our oil without your help and during your economical sanction you imposed against us, we were able to build our dams, generate electricity, develop communication networks, roads, and now exploring new oil fields in the north and increasing our oil production

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        • 23 January 2013 11:11, by Jalaby

          we did all that without your help and during your unfair economical sanction against us!!
          Instead of asking us to resume exporting the south oil you need to put SPLA-N in your organizational terror list the same way you did with Hamas if your justification for that Hamas is killing innocent civilians then SPLA-N is doing the same thing,

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          • 23 January 2013 11:14, by Jalaby

            you know very well they use to shell Kadugly city randomly and kill innocent civilians and assassinate politicians in S Kordofan but you keep your eyes closed and your ear deaf about all that and no single condemnation as if nothing happened at all!!
            Yes, we will not allow south oil to run through our land unless they comply to our all demands without any delay

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            • 23 January 2013 11:17, by Jalaby

              otherwise we will continue to strangle the south economically and you will witness the slowly death of your child that you spent a lot of time supporting him until born but unfortunately was born so defaced and can’t survive without our support and help exactly like new born child who needs his mother feeding, protection and attention all the time!!

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              • 23 January 2013 11:28, by Jalaby

                Why can’t you build a pipeline in the south instead of blaming us?! of course none a single of US company will dare to come into that unsecured jungle and bet and gamble their money in that nasty jungle!!
                I think the south needs to follow the advice of US Senator Mr. Steve Pearce who advised Mr. Kiir to use trucks and vehicles to transport oil through Ethiopia LOL LOL

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                • 23 January 2013 11:30, by Jalaby

                  This is so ridiculous, this is like advising a disabled man to run fast while he has no legs!!! LOOOOOOL
                  Please stop having double standards and two faces when it comes to Sudan issue!!

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                  • 23 January 2013 14:41, by Nuer Empire

                    Jallaby:Kayie gat damaar.Your Arab thugs will never gain anything even if you sing million times from our oil.By the way I don’t understand whether you really Arabs’ Hybrid or South Sudanese(African) ’s Hybrid.I totally got confused of your Nuer language which you might paste from somewhere as was suggested by Kim Deang.Ok,you are Bashir ’s food traffic that let you to even your own Hybrid.Con....

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                  • 23 January 2013 14:47, by Nuer Empire

                    What a fake boy who hate his own hybrid whether it is uggly hybrid or not!! Maa e jin ram kel ee laar Ngundeng i tiema ni dhool tia ka Bari ti bi rol ro rit ke ke.Ejen ti thin en tame mi kuici je.Ngundeng once said,Iam very much worrried of some boys settling in Khartoum Bari which Rol/Arabs will away with them!Jallaby,N Sudanese,M Ali,Sudani...are good example here.
                    ***The Nuer Empire***

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                  • 23 January 2013 14:49, by Nuer Empire

                    What a fake boy who hate his own hybrid whether it is uggly hybrid or not!! Maa e jin ram kel ee laar Ngundeng i tiema ni dhool tia ka Bari ti bi rol ro rit ke ke.Ejen ti thin en tame mi kuici je.Ngundeng once said,Iam very much worrried of some boys settling in Khartoum Bari which Rol/Arabs will away with them!Jallaby,N Sudanese,M Ali,Sudani...are good example here.
                    ***The Nuer Empire***

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                  • 23 January 2013 14:51, by Nuer Empire

                    What a fake boy who hate his own hybrid whether it is uggly hybrid or not!! Maa e jin ram kel ee laar Ngundeng i tiema ni dhool tia ka Bari ti bi rol ro rit ke ke.Ejen ti thin en tame mi kuici je.Ngundeng once said,Iam very much worrried of some boys settling in Khartoum Bari which Rol/Arabs will away with them!Jallaby,N Sudanese,M Ali,Sudani...are good example here.
                    ***The Nuer Empire***

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      • 23 January 2013 11:23, by okucu pa lotinokwan

        how many times you promised Sudan to be lifted from your countries list that support the terror and lift US sanction too but you failed to meet your promises despite Sudan fulfilled all your conditions and criteria and met all its promises without any delay!!
        From today Sudan is not among the terrories countries,I Okucu has issued this degree,Jalaby are you happy now?
        OKUCU PA LOTINOKWA

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    • 23 January 2013 13:01, by william

      mrs jalabyia you are not a sudanese citizen but you are naturalizing yourself to be what we know is you are just a fucken bitch from saudi arabia. so full your nose out of sudanese affairs.

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    • 23 January 2013 21:00, by Hardball

      Jalaby, the United States did not shutdown the pipeline; South Sudanese did it. How highly irrational would you be to tell U.S that you refused to transit South Sudan oil when South Sudanese never ask you to do so in the first place!

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  • 23 January 2013 11:46, by Pif Paf

    Fuck Washington !! We too were disappointed when u failed to lift sanctions off sudan but thats just tough shit. South sudan will not export its oil through sudan or anywhere else for that matter even if they use trucks as long as they support SRF. We would rather go back to war than allow oil exportation to resume if SRF are not disarmed.

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    • 23 January 2013 12:40, by 4Justice

      Expired-Pif-Paf,
      Listen to me you little Arab boy, Sudan doesn’t belong to you (Arab Invaders) alone, it belongs to Nuba, Darfuris, Beja, Angessena and various other ethnic groups as well, it’s not your sole prerogative to decide who uses Sudanese pipeline to transport oil to Port Sudan.

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      • 23 January 2013 13:25, by Pif Paf

        4cows
        S.Sudan doesnt belong to u alone too.
        Did we say anything when u decided to stop the oil flow in the first place? Did u consult all of s.sudan tribes before you did? Do u think its up to your skinny insects asses to stop n resume oil flow? NCP members come from all parts of Sudan and they have decided not to resume oil flow and the people of Sudan understand their decision.

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  • 23 January 2013 12:10, by ViVa Sudan

    Brohter Pif Paf & Respected Jalaby am so proud of u however i fully support the view not to allow any single drop of insects oil to run agian let’s fight we are ready to take again the south coz insects are not eligible to role themselves they need sudanese MASTERS COZ THEY ARE A BUNCH OF CRIMINALS , DRANKERS & LOTTERS LOOK HOW ARE THEY KILLING EACH OTHERS IN JONGLE & OTHER AREAS. SIMPILY IDIOTS

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    • 23 January 2013 13:25, by master

      welcome brother vivi sudan and your point of view

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      • 24 January 2013 00:09, by Chol

        Viva Sudan, why do you have to fight for drop of South Sudan oil? Don’t you have your own oil to sell and be happy with it? This shows you’re pitter about not having South Sudan oil anymore. You Sudanese need to know; no one in South Sudan is going to transit oil through Sudan, you need to hear that loud and clear.

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      • 24 January 2013 07:08, by Nuer Empire

        Leaving your very hybrid to lick Arabs’ Asseholes for money.Gays!

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    • 23 January 2013 13:34, by master

      welcome brother viva sudan and your point of view
      i said that no oil would flow north even it is on the ship board in port sudan
      but those idiots with their sick mind still waiting us to open our pipe
      wait USA to provide you with their fake tracks

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      • 23 January 2013 15:53, by zulu

        TO ALL SWEET PUSSIES OF FALATA ORIGIN IN THE SUDAN,
        I SEE NO EXCITEMENT NOR VALOR TO CONSIDER A FELLOW HUMAN BEING SLAVE, TO EXPECIALLY CALL BLACKS SLAVES AND YOU A MASTER. FOR THE SAKE OF HUMANITY, OUR BROTHERS IN DAFUR, NUBA MNTS AND BLUE NILE WILL ALWAYS REMAIN OUR GOAL TO FREE THEM FROM THIS OPPRESIVE AND DENEGRADING ETHNICITY OF THE JAALEEYA AND THE DANAGRAS. SHAME ON YOU,

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      • 23 January 2013 16:42, by Nuer Empire

        Shame on you fake Arabs who have left their true hybrids because of money!!How can you leave your true-to-types by licking Bashir ’s assehole? Shame on you once more!!
        The Nuer Empire

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  • 23 January 2013 12:16, by panchol

    US.
    Sudan is trying to make world pointing fingers at South Sudan as falling state. But Sudan is suffering most.

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  • 23 January 2013 13:39, by william

    What made US much more interesting in our oil flows than other projects????? Their diappointment will not be lifted untill we construct other in mean instead of terrorist owned pipline in Khartuom.

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  • 23 January 2013 14:45, by Mapuor

    The two Sudans are in dire need for oil money,however,Sudan is pretending to be better than South Sudan and that Sudan believes that South Sudan will die soon and Sudan may be a year later.

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    • 23 January 2013 16:55, by sudani ana

      During the celebrations after Heglig was liberated, our president Omar Al Bashir said "They have shut down their oil, but we hold the key". He has remained true to his word, and I respect him for that. Well done NCP. If SPLM/A want to transport their oil to international markets through Sudan they know what they have to do.

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      • 24 January 2013 13:59, by Nuer Empire

        Sudani Poor boy!!Which keys?

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        • 24 January 2013 20:29, by sudani ana

          Which keys? The keys to your oil wells of course. It has been over a year now, and they are still shut, if you want to re open them you need to say please and do what we say ie ask us for the proverbial keys nicely and we might let you have them, but then again....

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  • 23 January 2013 17:37, by James Maker Akok

    I blaming South Sudan Government Leaders for wasting times talking with North Sudan on Oil pipeline without solution while we have Kenya Port. South Sudan should start construction oil pipeline to Kenya Port without wasting time like this.
    South Sudan will never be friend with North Sudan Government, believe me.

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  • 24 January 2013 16:17, by panchol

    Sudani ana, jalaby, NS & Master..
    Go and lick the dick of Bashir so that you are given 50 Sudanese pounds each for your night Ful El Misiri.
    NB:Please 2/3% of world’s Economic is in South Sudanese oil, that is why world is struggle by all mean for our crude oil to reach Market.

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  • 25 January 2013 13:30, by Makunon

    You can’t call for deaf to response, Sudan will never hear anything than gun shot, talking to them is a waste

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