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June 8, 2013 (KHARTOUM) – The Sudanese president Omer Hassan Al-Bashir on Saturday has ordered oil minister Awad al-Jaz to block the pipeline carrying South Sudan’s crude all the way to Red Sea coastal city of Port Sudan.

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President Omer Hassan al-Bashir addresses a crowd in North Khartoum, June 8, 2013 (Reuters)

Bashir who was speaking in Khartoum state said this decision was in response to Juba’s continued support to the Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) rebels fighting Khartoum on multiple fronts.

"O’ Awad [oil minister] tomorrow direct oil companies to close the pipeline and after that let them [South Sudan] take it via Kenya or Djibouti or wherever they want to take it", the Sudanese president said at a rally at the inauguration of an electricity plant in Shil’ab area.

"The oil of South Sudan will not pass through Sudan ever again," Bashir added.

The Sudanese president said the decision was taken after thorough study to examine its advantages and drawbacks.

He revealed that Khartoum previously gave Juba a two weeks ultimatum to suspend its support to SRF whom he described as “traitors” and “mercenaries" after which Sudan made this move.

Sudanese foreign minister Ali Karti was in Juba last month where he asked Juba to allow the army to pursue rebel groups inside the South Sudanese territory and to close business offices allegedly supporting rebels, president Kiir disclosed in two different speeches.

Last April, SRF launched attacks on several towns, briefly occupying the major town of Um Rawaba in North Kordofan state. They also took control of Abu-Kershola in South Kordofan for one month.

The rebels who control areas in Blue Nile state and South Kordofan also vowed to carry out further attacks in order to topple down the regime.

Bashir pledged never to allow South Sudan to use oil revenues to buy SRF rebels weapons and equipments used in fighting the Sudanese army.

"We gave the South a full cream state with services and money but they decided to bite the hand extended to them," he said.

He also called on youth to join military training camps to prepare for Jihad (holy war).

He added that our message to Sudan’s enemies is that we will continue cleansing the country of traitors and mercenaries, saying “they know us, even their masters who support them knew us as well from previous experiences, we are very hard to be eaten or swallowed”.

After the Sudanese army reasserted control over Abu-Kershola in South Kordofan in late May, Bashir announced that they will no longer negotiate with SRF and warned Juba that they will shut down the northbound oil pipelines if they do not cease backing the insurgents.

If Sudan goes ahead with shutting the pipeline, it will be considered a heavy blow to agreements brokered by African Union mediation team.

In September of last year, both Sudan and South Sudan signed a series of cooperation agreements, which covered oil, citizenship rights, security issues, banking, border trade among others.

Last March, the two countries signed an implementation matrix for these cooperation agreements.

The most notable provision in the agreement is related to resumption of oil exports by landlocked South Sudan which were suspended more than a year ago because of a dispute over transit fees. Oil started flowing again in April.

Both countries fell under economic duress during the stoppage. Ninety eight percent of South Sudan’s revenues come from oil. Sudan’s economy was also hit hard.

South Sudan said it had not been informed about the decision.

"We haven’t heard anything about that yet. We had agreed that the oil would flow," Barnaba Marial Benjamin told Reuters, adding that South Sudan rejected Bashir’s claims that it was supporting rebels operating on Sudanese soil.

‘TWO DAYS’

In a separate event, Bashir’s second vice president Al-Haj Adam Youssef warned that Sudan will cancel all cooperation agreements signed with Juba unless South Sudan president Salva Kiir takes right decision to halt rebel support.

Youssef, who was addressing a graduation ceremony of popular defense female conscripts in the South Kordofan capital city of Kadugli, said that Sudan is capable of running its economy without the revenues of South Sudan oil.

The vice president renewed calls for the rebel armed groups in Darfur as well as the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/North (SPLM-N) to engage in negotiations with the government, saying that armed struggle wouldn’t solve Sudan’s problems.

He added that the government will not allow presence of Darfur rebels in South Kordofan state, noting that the government is resolved to cleanse all towns and villages in the state from rebellion.

Yousif also announced that the government would negotiate with the SPLM-N only on the basis of the protocols related to Blue Nile and South Kordofan in the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) and with the Darfur rebels on the basis of Doha Document for Peace in Darfur (DDPD).

Last April, the first round of talks since 2011 between the SPLM-N and the Sudanese government in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa have adjourned without success in bridging the wide gap between the two sides.

OIL MEETING CANCELLED

In a related issue, the pro-government al-Sudani newspaper said that Khartoum’s delegation planned trip to Addis Ababa to participate in oil committee meeting has been cancelled.

The report said that the newly-appointed Nigerian head of the committee called for this meeting to take place on Sunday.

South Sudan’s delegation headed by Pagan Amum are supposed to have already arrived to the meeting venue.

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  • 8 June 2013 20:34, by Marco A. Wek

    Gay and criminal Bashir doesn’t know what she is up to. The emotional fool always utter words without calculating.

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    • 8 June 2013 21:25, by Mi diit

      The day before yesterday Sudan’s cabinet declared to mobilize against South Sudan in the international community. Today Bashir announces the closure of oil pipeline. Meanwhile the cabinet in Juba said it had no "agenda" to discuss in the face of all these. What an incompetent Kiir. Bashir thinks of Kiir as a fool!

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      • 8 June 2013 21:47, by Mi diit

        Today on TV I watched South Sudan’s petroleum minister Stephen Dhieu Dau talking about our first crude oil to reach Port Sudan today and that the first shipment to international market by next week. It is now clear that Bashir was luring our oil to reach Port Sudan before he announced the pipeline closure.

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        • 8 June 2013 22:28, by Ahmed Chol

          Southerners and Kiir will learn the hard way.

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          • 9 June 2013 05:44, by Mayom County Boy

            @Hamed chol stupid arab idiot nobody care about it we are still living as south sudanese there is no an side effect .

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      • 9 June 2013 08:06, by George Bol

        S.Sudan should have borrowed Weapons instead of wasting time with just oil. The only person who had understood Jallaba is Dr John Garang de Mabior. If Garang still a live Jallaba would be still running.

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        • 9 June 2013 08:28, by George Bol

          Now Jallaba has secured S.Sudan oil to steal. It’s upto those who always fail to understand arab. Do you think Jallaba can let South Sudan go without any demage? no. But let see if we captured heglig again, SPLA will not leave the city with any oil facility.Why not we take advantage now with that dismentle Sudan? Warning!

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        • 9 June 2013 09:19, by Mohammed Ali 2

          bol, what are you going to do with weapons? Are you going to force Sudan to allow your oil transit? Think rationaly.At the all about weapons and war.Stop weapons and wars,they are not going to solve any problem.Try peace, solve problems amicably and we will live in peace and prosperity.How can we can allowu to have money to by arms to kill me? How?

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        • 9 June 2013 10:07, by AUGUSTINO DENG

          George Bol,
          God doesn’t like us especially we Southern Sudanese People.That is what I can said. To me personaly, I can’t kneel in front of Omar Bashir like what Salva Kiir is doing. I hate Salva Kiir more than Omar Bashir. Omar Bashir know what he is doing and he stand with his people. What is wrong Salva Kiir and he had a mouth? Why he don’t talk? Fuck it.

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        • 9 June 2013 13:15, by Adok Son

          George Bol
          You people try to think well who will and can borrowing you a weapons in the World while the Government lead without programs the 4 billions dollars has been wasted by corrupts those brainless leaders but Good knows where this nation lead to.

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      • 9 June 2013 08:39, by Hardball

        Is the blocking oil a big deal? South Sudan shut it down for more than a year and the economy which came down fast was Sudan. South Sudan needs to make sure every drop of oil that when through Sudan is needed back unconditionally! >

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        • 9 June 2013 08:40, by Hardball

          >This is what we have been saying ever since we shut down the pipeline last year that; oil through Sudan again was not going to be a good idea? This is exactly what we knew will happened and there you have it!

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        • 9 June 2013 10:34, by Mohammed Ali 2

          Hardball, how could Sudan economy came down fast? Are you cheating yourself? Your revenues comes only from oil, how is it possibl you have at all "economy?!!!It rediculous!

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          • 9 June 2013 11:12, by PT92

            This is the best thing ever happen to us so far. Our relationship with Sudan has became our WEAKNESS. It is time for joy and don’t ask why, just let our NOISY neighbors enjoy their moment and stay tune!

            Smiley face

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      • 9 June 2013 10:55, by PT92

        W A R N I N G, Jalaby don’t be too excited about this, give us 72 hours you will hear different story from your master. Don’t be surprised if he change his mind but REMEMBER, we are done for good and good luck with YOUR strategy. !

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        • 9 June 2013 16:49, by Force 1

          Hey PT92, do you really think there is anybody who bothers reading what you posted on your ridiculous slideshow?

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    • 8 June 2013 22:06, by Deng II

      I like that. Good news, no body benefit from oil.

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      • 8 June 2013 23:13, by Dinkawarrior

        South Sudan’s Best Candidates
        (1)General Pagan Amum Okech
        (2)James Wani Iga
        (3)Majak Agot Atem
        (4)James Hoth Mai
        (5)Barnaba Marial Benjamin
        (6)John Luk Jok,
        (7)Makuei lueth Keer
        (8)Maker Thiong Maal
        (9)Louis Lobong Lojore
        (10)Taban Deng Gai
        (11)Joseph Bakosoro
        (12)Atem Garang Kuek
        (13)Simon Kun Puoch
        (14)Paul Malong Awan
        (15)Nhial Deng Nhial
        (16)John Koang Nyuan

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        • 9 June 2013 13:20, by Adok Son

          This so called Dinkawarrior is talking like mad man mentioning nonsense word who can be fit as leader on those useless guys you been mentioned Mr Kiir is so far better them please don’t provoke the situation.

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      • 9 June 2013 03:09, by Deng II

        Bashit is a man of man. He can entices an oil and then confiscate it when his oil finery container full. And We dumb people on earth keep feeding him, because we desperate to have some money for beer and whisky.

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      • 9 June 2013 03:49, by Bentiu son

        @Deng11,Yes, let Omer Beshir shut down our Oil that flow through their country Sudan.It is good news to all 63 non Dinkas ethnic group because the oil revenues money would have being misused by Kiir n his gangs of robberies from foolish Majority backgrounds. Kiir would for sure use the oil’s money to bribe some gluttons from our gallant Army, police n security organs to back him during election.

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        • 9 June 2013 04:31, by Dinkawarrior

          Bentiu shit?
          "Kiir n his gangs of robberies" Those including your motherfucker Criminal Murderer Dr. Cieth Holocaust Traitor Machar. The Fake PhD holder of food and corrupted animal, he is the cause of death in whole Sudan. If he didn’t signed the fake agreement, our people would have not died like the way they’re now. He is the course animal and he will die like a dong. Death to all food lovers!

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          • 9 June 2013 04:41, by Bentiu son

            Dinkacoward, u really proved Dinka Bor whom call u foolish n gluttony majority in South Sudan. Your lack of South Sudan History is obvious n well known by all,good to admitted that Kiir got the gangs of robberies from Gogorialist theives.Dr. Machar has got PHD through hard work unlike your whisk President Kiir who bought Fake PHD with 200000 US dollars from Kenyan University.Shame to him.

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    • 8 June 2013 22:28, by Dinkawarrior

      It’s not surprising anyone unless the fool traitors who are always against everything in South Sudan Government. We have beening saying that the National Criminals Party will steal our Oil by all mean, now it’s true that they took billion of Dollars out of Oil. We would have reach Lamu distination if our government have been working hard.

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      • 8 June 2013 22:35, by Dinkawarrior

        I’m very much happy with the decision made by president Homo-Al-Bashit, let everyone in Khartoum be prepare for possible ware either by SRF or SPLA-Main. No waste of time anymore, they always beat the drum of war but now we will dance on it. No question, No problem. We are done with Sudan, they have been using our since the Traitor Riek signed the Fake deal of Peace. And that is the reason why?

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        • 8 June 2013 22:44, by Dinkawarrior

          We don’t want Dr. Cieth holocaust Traitor Machar to be a president of South Sudan, because he always thinks backwarded with the negative ideas. The Fake agreement cause many lives in South Sudan and we should be aware of at this time. Nobody want to be fool against Nyagateen. Death to Dr. Cieth Holocaust Traitor Machar.

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          • 8 June 2013 23:00, by Dinkawarrior

            If Dr. Cieth Holocaust Traitor Machar didn’t signed the Fake Agreement, Nobody else would have touched our Oil. He always fall short with the decision, he is a Fake PhD holder. Empty mind motherfucker cause a lot of death our country, he deserve not to be alive. Death to him, he been course already by their Satan Ngundeng who is also called Gatluak Manguel. Death to all Traitors!

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            • 9 June 2013 11:48, by Bilpam Land & Itang are Roots of South Sudan.

              Dinka fear Shup up your mouth bro’ Dr. Riek is your Leader forever and will lead you about 30 year don’t crying bro’ now Dr. Riek he is already defeating you Alcoholic President wiskii don’t bother with Useless debating against Dr. Riek & and tomorrow you will change your C.V you will be Nuer worior Dr.will bringing the very good development ,and good Security in our nation.

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    • 8 June 2013 23:15, by Dinkawarrior

      South Sudan’s Best Candidates
      (1)General Pagan Amum Okech
      (2)James Wani Iga
      (3)Majak Agot Atem
      (4)James Hoth Mai
      (5)Barnaba Marial Benjamin
      (6)John Luk Jok,
      (7)Makuei lueth Keer
      (8)Maker Thiong Maal
      (9)Louis Lobong Lojore
      (10)Taban Deng Gai
      (11)Joseph Bakosoro
      (12)Atem Garang Kuek
      (13)Simon Kun Puoch
      (14)Paul Malong Awan
      (15)Nhial Deng Nhial
      (16)John Koang Nyuan

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      • 9 June 2013 01:50, by Dinkawarrior

        "He also called on youth to join military training camps to prepare for Jihad (holy war)"
        Ha ha ha ha ha!! Blocking South Sudan’s Oil and running to holy-war, we will see what will be the next move? The good news is that South Sudan will make the right decision now.

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    • 8 June 2013 23:15, by Matem Ngor Matem

      How can the Bashir be so stupid, idiot, mindless like that to order the oil minister for the shut down of oil flow? This result Bashir is doing is not so far away from him, he will find the hunger near is bed whether on news papers or other means.
      U will open it immediately. We are tired of Bashir.

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    • 9 June 2013 07:08, by mayom maboung marek

      Abel Alier kwai wrote a book under the title Southern Sudan ’’Too Many Agreements Dishonoured’’ it is not a surprise to many South Sudanese because the possibility of a foul play was something that shouldn’t be dismissed or disregarded from Sudanese failed leaders. Mr. Alier’s book was about such agreements and the failure to implement them.

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    • 9 June 2013 07:18, by EES Kingmaker

      Criminal Bashir’s decision to stop oil flow through his territory is not a surprising move to me either. That is a man who is politically desperate. He is looking for any opportunity to flex muscles and vent his deepest frustration with SRF rebel advances that seek to overthrow his failing Government.

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    • 9 June 2013 08:05, by Tong dut

      Mad fool, let him close it who care.

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    • 9 June 2013 10:28, by Adok Wolu

      Bashir order his government to block oil flow from South, while our almost monkey president is preoccupy by the internal leadership struggle, this week we seen 2000 dinka troops dispatched into the capital juba, to defense kiir from his hell plan, what a big mess ? kirr must understadn

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    • 9 June 2013 12:16, by wadelsudan

      As long as SRF is fighting in the north on behalf of SPLA and commiting attrocities, the oil will not pass through the north.
      SS government sould do the following steps to normalize the relationship
      completely disarm the SRF.
      Kick out all the SRF leaders and supporters from the south and close their office Otherwise go to lamu,its another 10 years good luck

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      • 9 June 2013 19:52, by adamu

        Wadel, let me assure you that south Sudan is not going to act repugnantly as you proposed to expel genuine people of Northern Sudanese who are struggling for justice, equality and social economic for all northern Sudanese popula....

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        • 9 June 2013 20:04, by adamu

          South Sudan will keep supporting the marginalized until their goals are achieved. Regarding the Oil, The wanted criminal Bashir should put in mind that, if shutting the oil pipeline would make southern Sudanese gov’t to beg for it would be a grave mistake for al bashir. Southerners had endured it before and will do it again.

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          • 9 June 2013 20:28, by adamu

            Again, let us see whose currency is going to be hit hard by inflation, who is going to be lacking hard currency, who’s going to be faced with limitless crisis. Gentleman, the people of South Sudan are not new to the struggle, but what I’m afraid very much is about your own people who will be in

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            • 9 June 2013 20:36, by adamu

              a very controversial dilemma. places like karma, dolgo, Habiri, urbi will feel the pain.

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              • 10 June 2013 06:23, by Mohammed Ali 2

                Adamu,am afraid you are talking about something you donnot understand very much!When you donnot buy medicine " certainly you donnot produce a single tablet yourself"food, cars, equipments, books, pple travel abroad, no development program ; your dollar will certainly remain static.Aftre-all do you have dollars.All you revenues come from oil.There is no dollar in the first place....con

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                • 10 June 2013 06:34, by Mohammed Ali 2

                  CON:2nd thing,not all currency devaluation is evil.It also has positive effects.Imported goods will be expensive subsequently you will start producing localy,as is happening now with the pharmathutical industry,which is flourishing.Programs been delayed in wheat plantation are speeded up.IMF even before the oil shut down is calling for devalution of the SP.It is painful,the first shock had passed!

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                  • 10 June 2013 06:43, by Mohammed Ali 2

                    Admu, 3rd, you pple stop talking about war.If you want war come down and fight yourself physically and dont be just internet worriers.The poor,starving & marginalised are dying from HUNGER do you understand HUNGER.Donnot sit relaxed in Australia or USA and talk about struggle fighting.You can’t fight with empty belly and no salaries, while the thieves are living in aircoditioned villas and ..con

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                    • 10 June 2013 06:51, by Mohammed Ali 2

                      CON:and their families " like you" are living in luxury villas abroad, bought with the looooooooooted money of the poor starving & marginalized pple of SS.You cannot fight war on the internet came down and tolerate this hot weather & scoching heat for 1 day.Pple are fed with war, only the thieves , particulary Abeyei & Garang"s sons want to continue,though they never fired a single bullet!

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    • 9 June 2013 12:25, by wadelsudan

      We are ready to go to war with the south for another 20 years with no oild production if the south continues to harbor and support the SRF.Kiir if you break it, you own it and chicken will come home to roost,we are not kidding kick SRF out now or else!!!

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      • 9 June 2013 20:50, by adamu

        Friend, it is easy to beat drums and trumpets of war, believe me or not, some of you will digging dens when war is truly implemented. Don’t think this time the people of African origin will come to your rescue again brother, the African Sudanese warriors are no more with you but are at war with at the present moment fella. Dar furians, Blue Niles, Nubians,and more other African Sudanese Muslims ar

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        • 9 June 2013 20:56, by adamu

          flocking you hard dear. Tell your Lucifer to stop bickering about or otherwise won’t be a good image brother. ALLAH be with you and the people of Sudan.

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          • 9 June 2013 21:50, by wadelsudan

            Adamu, Alhilu is not fighting for the marginalized people, he is fighting because he lost the election, he is sick person,he can not accept defeat he went to kill and rape in abukarshola because they voted against him, he is a racist vampire, beleive methey people of abukarshola deliver justice to him, he stole people grains in omrawabawa, he should be ashamed of his grey hair,stupid old man

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    • 9 June 2013 13:18, by Tong dut

      Blocked the anus from south sudanese.We are at our south Sudan. nothing bad, go ahead.

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    • 9 June 2013 13:19, by Tong dut

      Blocked the anus from south sudanese.We are at our south Sudan. nothing bad, go ahead.

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  • 8 June 2013 20:38, by Cadaai ?o?

    It wouldn’t surprise at all to anybody know President Bashir for more than 24 years except average citizens of South Sudan.

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  • 8 June 2013 20:59, by Madingbaar

    Bashir blocking oil flow again with his fake allegation that Juba is supporting rebels? Well that is rodents passing through Juba’s compound in broad day light without a dog to chase them. South Sudan rebels come from Khartoum on biannual basis with huge weapons and armored vehicles and Kiir never presented this to the international community as evidences. God only knows what pres. Kiir is doing.

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  • 8 June 2013 21:05, by BM Bol

    This issue is much more than alleged SRF support. Abyei is scheduled return to south Sudan in October whether with or without Bashir blessing and can’t stand losing another oil to South Sudan. This is the real issue here folk. They previously admitted that there was no evidence showing south Sudan was supporting the rebel only to reversed it a few weeks later.

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  • 8 June 2013 21:27, by Deng Amos Achol Madol

    Idiot Omer Al Bashir. Fuck your Father. Who cares for Oil. Bolit homeless person. You are also suporting south Sudanese Rs- is becouse you are what/who are you?.

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  • 8 June 2013 21:31, by Deng Amos Achol Madol

    Idiot Omer Al Bashir. Fuck your Father. Who cares for Oil. Bolit homeless person. You are also suporting south Sudanese Rs- is it becouse you are what/who are you?.

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    • 9 June 2013 07:45, by Peacocktail

      President Bashir is half dead living creature: Crimes for possible death sentence and Cancer in his throat and Anus. misleading the Sudanese, calling for Jihad Wars against SRF as if had Sons and daughters to fight the mighty SRF.they lost lot in all fights with SRF. SAF Officers are pressuring him to dismiss the Defense Minister and Interior but diverted to OIL halt,SRF continuous for CHANGE

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      • 9 June 2013 10:14, by Mohammed Ali 2

        P-tail, there could be so many internal problems in Sudan; but take it from me , they are united with the President on this issue. Nobody on Earth will allow another person to have money and by weapons to kill him! Never will happen! All this game is orchesterated by Abyei & Garangs son to use it as a bargain chipfor Abeyei and to weaken Kiir.It wont work!

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  • 8 June 2013 21:45, by Deng Amos Achol Madol

    Idiot Omer Al Bashir. Homeless person. Who cares fof Oil? Fuck your father. You are suporting South Sudanese Rebels and nobody,s talking about it. Is it becouse are who?

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  • 8 June 2013 21:57, by panom lualbil

    We needed DR REIK MACHAR to lay down flat with ass open up and mouth connected to Kenya’s pipeline for oils circulation to boost up our economy. He’s going to be the president next, or he better join Bashir for pay-check job, nobody gives a damn!

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  • 8 June 2013 22:47, by Deng Chol Malual

    All through, Bashir had been using Bargainning for Survival theory and now he has survive economically.
    His current decision can benefit the South Sudan and part of North Sudan if and only if the SRF rebels are to continue with their liberation and at the sametime South Sudan should repossess invaded and occupied lands up to 1.1.1956 borderline. Bashir’s economy will recede hence, coercing him to honour all agreements including fresh agenda.
    My message to the policy makers for S.Sudan is that Bashir will neverever permit South oil via his pipeline. However, you (policy makers) can evaluate N. Sudan theories of negotiations for confirmation and further decision.
    Thanks you all.

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  • 8 June 2013 22:54, by Yes 4 Federal System in S.S

    It is a good news, because the marginalize people like me, I am very happy. And you the corrupted people in the GOSS who are being stealing public funds for the development of this new Nation you will suffer enough.Kiir you better surrender this presidential chair to the Equatorians who are capable and trusted worldwide with good image over the whole S.S.

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    • 8 June 2013 23:16, by Dinkawarrior

      South Sudan’s Best Candidates
      (1)General Pagan Amum Okech
      (2)James Wani Iga
      (3)Majak Agot Atem
      (4)James Hoth Mai
      (5)Barnaba Marial Benjamin
      (6)John Luk Jok,
      (7)Makuei lueth Keer
      (8)Maker Thiong Maal
      (9)Louis Lobong Lojore
      (10)Taban Deng Gai
      (11)Joseph Bakosoro
      (12)Atem Garang Kuek
      (13)Simon Kun Puoch
      (14)Paul Malong Awan
      (15)Nhial Deng Nhial
      (16)John Koang Nyuan

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  • 8 June 2013 23:44, by jay b

    What? that is going to be worse forever. Why all over sudden and again? It mean, it’s going to be hard for Kiir’s gov to serving this new.

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  • 8 June 2013 23:49, by Frank

    Naturally, it’s not a surprise to anyone that Bashir would one day dishonour the Cooperation Agreement. What’s striking is how foolishy the Khartoum government reached the decision without analysing the pros and cons. Guys it has strengthen our position internationally when we will be addressing the international community. Cont.....

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    • 8 June 2013 23:57, by Frank

      Bashir closure of the pipe line will enable us to hasten the construction of the alternative pipe line to Lamu. We will also get funding for the construction from countries that are our friends such US and Israel. We will openly now declare war on the Khartoum government as well as support the SPLM-N and it will deteriotate to what the idiot Bashir didn’t expect.

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      • 9 June 2013 00:03, by Frank

        Accussing fingers will be rightly and fairly pointed to Bashir this term around and nobody will say anything unsubstantiated against us. Internet warriors should join us on the ground to kick Bashir ass out of power. Lets drop the tribal hatred and see what Bashir wants to do.

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  • 9 June 2013 00:02, by Kim Deng

    Where will these thieves get some money to loot? I hope Mr. Amer does not reverse his decision after all. Let the blind corupt thieves face their miscalculation.

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    • 9 June 2013 04:03, by Bentiu son

      Yep, Kim Deng(Gatran), u r absolutely correct Kiir’s miscalculation, flip flop, incompetency will leads South Sudan into abyss n havoc situation. Look Kiir signed agreement with China to construct oil pipeline to Lamu Port in Kenya but when he met with Omer Beshir Kiir changed his mind that oil will flow through Sudan as usual.Recent,when Kenya President paid visit to Juba, Kiir betrayed Khartoum

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      • 9 June 2013 04:16, by Bentiu son

        and China by signed another agreement with Toyota Company of Japan to construct our oil facility towards Lamu Port n Djibouti Port.Hence, such lack of political wisdom empowered hatred of brutal Islamic regime under Omer Bashir to shut down oil pipelines which is 98% of our national income revenues.Wow! South Sudanese at Home n diaspora we have got along way to go buddies under Alcoholic President

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  • 9 June 2013 02:14, by Lion

    Seem like we are in a deep Sh*ts....both Sudan and South Sudan.
    Watch Bashir at the ceremony of the announcement.. http://www.southsudanhub.com/media/2670/Sudan_orders_halt_of_S.Sudan_oil_flow/

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  • 9 June 2013 04:49, by Mr Equal

    Omer Al-Bashir has right to block flow oil from south sudan to his country,even he does not have evidents of South sudanses supporting rebels.

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  • 9 June 2013 05:03, by Paac

    Thank you Bashir for closed down the oil pip line. First of all we the Southerner shouldn’t have negotiation with an old foe of anyway. We knew if there is misunderstanding with an old foe things like this will happen,but this idiot government and it leaders led by Dinka and Nuer fail the entire country I believed minorities need to step up either by peace or by arm to result the good govern.

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  • 9 June 2013 06:25, by Michael Miyom Minyiel

    What is s.Sudan’s reaction? No more bilateral talks? Fight the goose you s.Sudan

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  • 9 June 2013 06:31, by Mapuor

    Hahaha where is democracy now?Bashir should not take such fateful decision alone and announce them while opening a plant.It is extremely un civilized and barbaric.For those fools who have not studied economics,Bashir has rejected billions of dollars that would have boosted his ailing economy.Where will he get money to fund the war that he is fighting.Bashir admitted publicly that he is not

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    • 9 June 2013 06:36, by Mapuor

      in control of Western Sudan to stop tribal fights between Salamaat and Messyria and Tahisha.The oil flow will stop for sure because pipelines pass through Kordufan that is under rebel control.You will soon hear of explosions.Stop shitting.Bashir days are numbered and will soon face ICC.Those who blame Kiir for corruption are wrong,Riek and Pagan plus others were the ones doing corruption when

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      • 9 June 2013 06:44, by Mapuor

        Kiir was busy with referendum and elections.Its high time for Kiir to sack all corrupt elements including 75.Let them go to hell,let them bluff of tribal loyalty,where will they take their children back to that muddy land which they cease to like.Piny adom riny jiec,ci ya piny wat nonge pinyda cuk palwe,hen ahet Bilfam,loi ngu wet nyigat anguen abuk yok cien wede.Hahahah alluta continua.

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    • 9 June 2013 10:27, by Mohammed Ali 2

      Mapur, what is the use of the billions you give today and tomorrow you are comming to kill me?You better keep them.To tell you Sudan next step: Algaz will announce 70 TO 100,000 pbd , will be added to oil production 2

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  • 9 June 2013 06:45, by 4Justice

    "When a strong man, fully armed, guards his own house, his possessions are safe. But when someone stronger attacks and overpowers him, he takes away the armor in which the man trusted and divides up his plunder". —Luke 11:21-22 (NIV)

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  • 9 June 2013 07:01, by Kenyang

    Mohammed Ali,
    Congrats! You informed us about this as something eminent days ago and has just happened. Like I said, it’s best thing to happen to South Sudan, it’s people or marginalized N. Sudanese. Oil in ground in S. Sudan belongs to it 100 yrs from now, why wasting it to NiF?

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    • 9 June 2013 16:35, by Mohammed Ali 2

      Kenyang,then why crying? Wais to NIF?! Did the SPLA thieves leave anything for the NIF to take?!

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  • 9 June 2013 07:41, by watakarabu

    SPLA Oyeeeeeeee!
    1- Amul na hujum niran walaa, amulna hujum hujum Juba X2!
    2- Nijam Khartoum nina Geeru, SPLA gedim Sudan bee guwa.
    3- Jesh saabi, jesh soura Omer Bashir silu bara X2
    My appeal to our government of RoSS with immediate effect to conven meeting than talking of "No Agenda to be discuss" If no agenda last friday, Bashir have given us an URGENT agenda to be discuss in parliament GHQs!

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  • 9 June 2013 07:42, by wang

    It will only hurt those poor Southern, Kiir and his gangs have already had enough that can survives them (stolen $$$$ 9 billion) to the next 25 years…. and I was wondering how we will claim back that 14 miles zones land mainly inhabited by Dinka Kiir had given away to the Arabs in an exchange of oil?….. Kiir himself approved to all Southern, he is BIG dumb idiot….

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    • 9 June 2013 08:14, by Nuer Empire

      Dinka Warrior/cieth:It becomes to my attention that you proved not worth after writing unproductive comments copying them anywhere you like.I expect possible contact between you and medical teams to check your mind.Please do that before your hand are tied with chain.
      The Nuer Empire

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  • 9 June 2013 07:57, by Majongdit

    WHO CARES! LET THAT OIL BE BLOCKED FROM FLOWING INTO THE FILTHY THIEVING HANDS OF KHARTOUM.
    ALL IN ALL, CHINA LOSES THE EXPENSIVE INFRASTRUCTURE
    SUDAN LOSES TRANSIT FEES INCOME
    CHINA LOSES TO JAPAN
    EGYPT LOSES TO ETHIOPIA(DAM PROJECT)
    SUDAN LOSES TO SOUTH SUDAN
    AL BESHIR WILL FOREVER REGRET THIS DECISION WHICH HE ACTUALLY MADE WHEN HE WAS EMOTIONAL.A PRESIDENT THAT IS DRIVEN BY MERE EMOTIONS

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  • 9 June 2013 08:08, by Beny South Sudan

    Bashir needs help!

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    • 9 June 2013 09:47, by Ambago

      There You Are Again!
      Do these stone headed SPLM gangsters in Juba need more proof before they acknowledge that these “Jallaba – Mundururus” are not our brothers? Even doing business with them at this stage is a betrayal of our true heroes and heroines.
      Betraying the Nuba, the Ingassana and the Darfuris is NOT an option. However Salva Kiir will have to either sink or swim.
      JAC Ramba.

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  • 9 June 2013 08:11, by Jalaby

    HAHAHAHA
    Did you guys recall what I told you just few days ago that Blocking south oil by Khartoum is inevitable!! did I ever lie to you? did I ever say something to you that never occurred?!
    My advice to you, trust my words, my intelligent analysis and never miss my words!
    Read what I said before:

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    • 9 June 2013 08:18, by Jalaby

      http://www.sudantribune.com/spip.php?article46837
      Now, do you want me to tell you what will likely happen next?
      Sure I’ll,
      Mr. Kiir and his corrupted thieves government will lie to public
      and say we stopped supporting SRF and they will attack and condemn Khartoum decision of blocking their oil and

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      • 9 June 2013 08:26, by Jalaby

        the continuity of the economical war that Khartoum imposed on their already exhausted economy and overwhelmed country by all problems and troubles!
        Then guess what will happen after all what they said?
        Mr. Kiir and his thieves will comply again to all Khartoum new demands and they will allow

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        • 9 June 2013 08:33, by Jalaby

          SAF to hunt down Sudan rebels or have a permanent checking and observation points inside the south territory to make sure Sudan rebels are not getting any kind of support from the south!
          Mr Kiir will comply and sign that new deal with Khartoum and his eyes full of tears because the guy is left with no other choice otherwise his new country cannot avoid 100% collapsing

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          • 9 June 2013 08:48, by Northern Sudanese

            Jalaby
            truly bro, I just don’t know how you do that looool

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            • 9 June 2013 09:05, by Force 1

              You Sudanese, this is the last time in your lifetime to see South Sudan oil going through Sudan again. I don’t think there is anybody in South Sudan that will be highly irrational again to say; let’s allow our oil to go through Sudan again! For your memory; just Record this time in your country’s History book!

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              • 9 June 2013 13:17, by Northern Sudanese

                Force 1
                no one forced you to export it through our land anyway, if you insist to cut 98% of your income for the next 4 years, then go for it :) all what we want is security!

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            • 9 June 2013 13:38, by Jalaby

              Northern Sudan,
              I always tell them the truth and majority of them know that I’m correct but their unjustified hatred to north made them mindset that way my friend!

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          • 9 June 2013 08:49, by Jalaby

            it becomes very clear to him that south oil has no other route than heading north only the same as river Nile,can you divert the flow of river Nile from running north and make it running all the way south to Kenya? it’s impossible right? that applies to South oil, from economical & profit/loss point of view, diverting the oil south to run south to Kenya is impossible!

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            • 9 June 2013 09:01, by Jalaby

              I think Mr. Kiir did what ever he could to build another pipeline but he completely failed, the guy all most knocked all the doors seeking for help to build another pipeline, first he traveled to US and invited the big oil companies but no one replied him, second he traveled to Israel and good words and wishes that all what he got from them!

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              • 9 June 2013 09:10, by Jalaby

                He also traveled to China and amazingly Chinese advised him to use the already pipeline that they built specifically to carry on their oil and declined his idiot request immediately
                Mr Kiir came back empty handed from that China trip but to "save some water on his face" he lied to public and said China agreed to grant us $8bn to build the infrastructure in the south

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                • 9 June 2013 09:20, by Jalaby

                  Finally, Mr. Kiir packed his bags and traveled to Japan hoping that Toyota company will agree to build that damn pipeline to Kenya but ironically, Toyota did the feasibility study and they know very well that pipeline to Kenya is useless and unprofitable at all for exporting just 350k bpd, how come they can accept to build such useless project?

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                  • 9 June 2013 09:27, by Jalaby

                    Mr Kiir traveled west,east,north & south but he failed to find any other solution than that damn Arab/Jalaba pipeline,he also tried to scare Khartoum by making fake bubbles and sometimes declares his plan to carry the oil through vehicles via Djibouti and sometimes building Lamu railway project but all that fake bubbles never help

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                    • 9 June 2013 09:49, by Jalaby

                      Trust my intelligent analysis guys I’m telling you, Mr. Kiir won’t wait for long to comply to Khartoum new demands, Americans already advised him to comply to Khartoum new demands and should stop providing Sudan rebels, the south economy cannot and will not afford to have another economical war with Khartoum,

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                      • 9 June 2013 10:00, by Jalaby

                        It has become very very clear now that the south economy is completely north (Sudan) dependent economy and there is no way to become stand alone economy, you see how Canadian economy is US dependent and can’t make it without US cooperation despite Canada is considered to be one of the G8 (Group of eight) countries and let alone South Sudan economy!!

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                        • 9 June 2013 10:11, by Jalaby

                          What is the most sensitive reason that will really prompt Mr Kiir so quickly to comply to Khartoum new demands?
                          The most sensitive cause among many reasons that will make Mr Kiir quickly accepts Khartoum request apart from the bad economy situation in the south and the desperate needs for having cash to move on the country and

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                          • 9 June 2013 10:26, by Jalaby

                            fight rebels and restore security, apart from all that is the coming political battle with Dr Riek Machar and his campaign, that’s what really scared and concerns Mr Kiir the most,Machar is just standing behind his shoulder and will put all responsibilities on him for failing the south and southerners

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                            • 9 June 2013 10:34, by Jalaby

                              In order for Mr. Kiir to win his coming battle against Machar then he should close that page with Khartoum and ensures the flowing of oil north and healthy relationship with Khartoum, unless he closes that page with Khartoum he will never ever be able to win it against Riek Machar!

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                              • 9 June 2013 10:45, by Jalaby

                                Guys, Mr Kiir is left with no option, he will soon accept Khartoum new demands and tears fulling his two , please mark my words!!
                                Many Thanks!

                                Jalaby (Abo Jalabia)

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                                • 9 June 2013 12:46, by Mi diit

                                  Jalaby,
                                  Or Mr. Kiir will soon resign and give chance to Dr. Riek Machar to beat Khartoum on the table and fix the mess in the South. Americans and the rest will then run to South Sudan clapping their hands for the positive change. Khartoum will be the loser!!!

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                                  • 9 June 2013 13:31, by Jalaby

                                    Mi diit,
                                    My friend,Dr Machar is a responsible leader and will never hostile Khartoum for nothing,he will do what ever he could to interest and benefit southerners and that should come through a healthy relationship with Khartoum and not the opposite!
                                    Unlike Mr Kiir, Machar is intellectual and has a clear vision and open minded!

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                                • 9 June 2013 21:03, by proud.to.be.south.sudanese


                                  Jalaby, Jalaba use to say: " if you have something important with a dog, call it Sir ". So, what if Mr Salva Kiir complies to Khartoum new demands in the near future? will it be the end of the world? we also know how to play politics just as you do ya Jalaba.

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                                • 9 June 2013 21:15, by proud.to.be.south.sudanese


                                  I know very well that many Jalaba are spiteful and wish South Sudan to go into complete chaos. We have survived for years without oil, when Jalaba were looting everything! We can still survive without oil cause we are used to hardship, but the question now is
                                  "can jalaba survive without oil?"

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                                • 9 June 2013 21:23, by proud.to.be.south.sudanese


                                  I can see how intelligent you are, its obvious from what your president is saying and doing. You can laugh as much as you want now, but remember that
                                  "He who laughs last, laughs longest".
                                  please mark my words ya Jalaby ya Abo Jalabia

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                        • 9 June 2013 11:38, by PT92

                          Jalaby, we know it is high time for you guys, enjoy and let us know when it FADE AWAY! We are making your cocktail give us sometime to response!
                          Smiley face

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            • 9 June 2013 09:11, by Yes 4 Federal System in S.S

              Cont. Jalaby the aim is that when the oil flow continued while Kiir with his corrupted ministers are still in regime again they will divert some of US dollars from public fund to their own account. Even Kenya will be threaten properly with the USA to make delay on the construction of pipeline. My advise to Kiir,let him step down, if he listen to my, although ICC is waiting for, may be he will be forgiven because of the decision of stepping down.

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      • 9 June 2013 08:51, by Yes 4 Federal System in S.S

        Jalaby, You know HILARY CLETON, Said if Kiir need dignity and good image worldwide, he should release the 75 identified corrupt ministers with their clear evidence and take them to the court of justice. Kiir failed to do so because, the mentioned number of corrupted ministers are their relatives. Americans the supper power issued Bashire not to allowed oil flow via Khartoum.

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      • 9 June 2013 08:52, by Yes 4 Federal System in S.S

        Jalaby, You know HILARY CLETON, Said if Kiir need dignity and good image worldwide, he should release the 75 identified corrupt ministers with their clear evidence and take them to the court of justice. Kiir failed to do so because, the mentioned number of corrupted ministers are their relatives. Americans the supper power issued Bashire not to allowed oil flow via Khartoum.

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    • 9 June 2013 08:25, by Dinkawarrior

      Jalaby?
      The Arab Bulls Castration is the best Movement Killed Muammar Gaddafi and Saddam Hussein. We wish something like this happened to present Homo-Al-Bashit, Hosni Mubarak, Bashar al-Assad, and many other dictators around the Arabs world to be Castrated. They’re cause of destruction on Earth.

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  • 9 June 2013 08:20, by Pif Paf

    Y is GOSS running around so surprised? I thot when bashir warned them 2 weeks ago they said "they know bashir"? Do u think u can continue to violate the agreement by supporting SRF while we honor the agreement? Like bashir said, you can go and export ur oil via Djibouti or Kenya u have our blessing, and we will respond to your support to the SRF.

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    • 9 June 2013 08:35, by Majongdit

      pif paf,
      I tell you. If there can be anything good for South Sudan, then it is the blocking of this oil from passing the evil territory. Sudan is untrustworthy. Beshir did comptemplate the repercursions. It will sure happen thru Kenya...I know what annoyed al Beshir is the Japan Conference. Stop being topsy-turvy and we shall play it well.

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      • 9 June 2013 08:57, by Northern Sudanese

        Majongditshit
        we don’t care about whats going on in your landlocked shithole ,we care about the safe heaven provided by you to SRF. so if you want to spent those 4 years living in double the chaos you have now, then go for it :) its better to see you die slowly than fast lol by the time you built the pipe, you will spent years not developing, but fixing the mess you created and repaying bills lol

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        • 9 June 2013 09:15, by Majongdit

          no problem. i wish you all the best

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          • 9 June 2013 09:21, by Northern Sudanese

            Majongdit
            we also wish you all the best :)

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        • 9 June 2013 21:44, by proud.to.be.south.sudanese

          Northern Sudanese,
          "When the going gets tough, the tough get going", We South Sudanese can never die slowly! we are immune to that, thanks to the government of Sudan who taught us to be stronger by what they are doing to us. I believe that SRF is a nightmare to you.

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      • 9 June 2013 13:07, by Pif Paf

        Its you who is untrustworthy. The oil was blocked in retaliation to your violation of the agreement by continuing to support the rebels after a 2 week warning. Sudan is not standing in the way of your new pipeline, we gave you our blessings. But make sure you will pay for your continued treat to Sudan’s Security.

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        • 9 June 2013 22:03, by proud.to.be.south.sudanese

          Pif Paf,
          Do you know what you are talking about? retaliation? REALLY? if you ask small children in Khartoum now about who is supporting rebels and against whom they will simply tell you that Khartoum has been supporting LRA and different rebel groups against the South,and for years. Sorry, but I think you are not in class.

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  • 9 June 2013 08:38, by Majongdit

    HEY, LOOK AT THE PICTURE OF THE STRESSED beshir: HIS HEAD LOOKS LIKE MY LEFT TESTICLE!!!!!!!!!!

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    • 9 June 2013 09:02, by Dinkawarrior

      I’m still waiting for reaction from Ban-Ki-Noisy!
      While the Arab Bulls Castration movement is continuing! Thanks to the Western World for their best limitation of those Cocckroaches on our ways. The world is better of without Muammar Gaddafi and Saddam Hussein. Hope for the best to come to Sudan by castrating Bashit and many other Homo’es

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  • 9 June 2013 08:52, by Northern Sudanese

    for us, closing the pipeline will mean a slowdown in economic growth, without the fees we are already close to filling the gap created by south sudan oil in 2011. by next year south sudan will be in total chaos, its already in the worst situation it has ever been. many lives will be lost if from disease , hunger , cattle raids ect..... but SPLA choose this way, we can’t let them use oil money!

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  • 9 June 2013 09:08, by Guandong

    You are right president Bashir, but remove all your pipeline in our teritorry.

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  • 9 June 2013 09:12, by Ayuen deng

    I knew Khartoum government would wait until south Sudan oil reach port before closure. Now what will African Union do?

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  • 9 June 2013 09:29, by Majongdit

    it’s what i said earlier,
    the reopening of oil was a ploy by NCP to get crude oil for their rotting refineries.
    they were supposed to buy gas to maintain the refineries but the cost of gas was more than the conflict with South Sudan. Khartoum then rushed S Sudan back into cooperation agreement, now they change tunes.
    No oil flow again until an alternative pipeline is built.

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    • 9 June 2013 12:21, by wadelsudan

      As long as SRF is fighting in the north on behalf of SPLA and commiting attrocities, the oil will not pass through the north.
      SS government sould do the following steps to normalize the relationship
      completely disarm the SRF.
      Kick out all the SRF leaders and supporters from the south and close their office Otherwise go to lamu,its another 10 years good luck

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  • 9 June 2013 09:42, by AUGUSTINO DENG

    I totally agree with Mr.President Omar Bashir for blocking the South Sudan oil.Omar Bashir is a man and I agree with him for what he is doing. South Sudan government is a "sleep government" since the president of the South Sudan mind is seem to be a "man-made minded". I said last time that if found Omar Bashir and Salva Kiir,I should kill Salva Kiir and Omar Bashir later even if Bashir is my enemy

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  • 9 June 2013 09:48, by AUGUSTINO DENG

    This is totally s stupid governemnt with useless leaders who work in South Sudan in order to fulfil their own interest. Omar Bashir is just a man like Salva Kiir. Why Omar Bashir always used to threaten us even if we know that we do have power to overcome Omar Bashir? If Salva Kiir is a coward,then let him go to Akon county to relax. He can’t pretend himself to be a leader with a fuck up minded.

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  • 9 June 2013 09:55, by AUGUSTINO DENG

    This is a fuck up government that I have never seen in my life.Did Salva Kiir understood the word "Monyjang"? To me Omar Bashir is a lucky guy by the way.If the Late John Garang was alive, Omar Bashir could be in 7 years in a grave or cementary.Salva Kiir is a weak leader and he will be sorry in the next future coming that he was doing nothing when he realized something.Salva Kiir is not a sheep.

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  • 9 June 2013 10:01, by AUGUSTINO DENG

    Omar Bashir, please keep blocking that stupid oil in South Sudan. I know Salva Kiir will appear at this moment and said something about the oil. The guy is addicted to oil and not the problem facing his people in the border of Abyei, Ruweng Biemnom, Renk, Panaruu, and Aweil. Shame to him.
    By Augustino Deng. Jech la mer from Tharpam.

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  • 9 June 2013 11:58, by Yes 4 Federal System in S.S

    It a wise decision Sudanese president,you had teach this wild-animal of Kiir regime a good lesson. Let the Sudanese rebel strengthened and stabilized S.S economic, If Kiir is not a foolish president in the Africa continent, how can he support Sudan rebels?, what is the national interest?. Believe me these faction of rebels will never defeat Khartoum.

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  • 9 June 2013 12:13, by wadelsudan

    As long as SRF is fighting in the north on behalf of SPLA and commiting attrocities, the oil will not pass through the north.
    SS government sould do the following steps to normalize the relationship
    - completely disarm the SRF.
    - Kick out all the SRF leaders and supporters from the south and close their office
    Otherwise go to lamu,its another 10 years good luck

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  • 9 June 2013 12:20, by Yes 4 Federal System in S.S

    Cont. According to my political analysis, Khartoum(NCP) has tried it’s level best to topple ruling party(SPLM), Kiir ICC is waiting you about Jongule dispute and killing of people by gunman within capital city of S.S even foreigners are suffering. I hope If you take my advise you will be forgiven by ICC. Dinka and Nuer are the-same in behavior, the right option is GREATER EQUATORIAL REGION to rule this new nation.

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  • 9 June 2013 12:22, by Yes 4 Federal System in S.S

    Cont. According to my political analysis, Khartoum(NCP) has tried it’s level best to topple ruling party(SPLM), Kiir ICC is waiting you about Jongule dispute and killing of people by gunman within capital city of S.S even foreigners are suffering. I hope If you take my advise you will be forgiven by ICC. Dinka and Nuer are the-same in behavior, the right option is GREATER EQUATORIAL REGION to rule this new nation.

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  • 9 June 2013 12:27, by pabaak

    I like this news, this is what I have been saying, why we inject life to these criminals and holocaust,that’s running from the internationals court. We have been in almost two years without oil money, but our government fearing too much on UNSC and were forced to accept unfair agreement. its a matter of using our alternatives thinking that’s needed instead of given up our resources to enemy

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    • 9 June 2013 12:39, by pabaak

      now they done it again, block the valve and will definitely steal the one already in depot, and South Sudan will not see cent of dollar from it again, is this how we will be easy to accept any international obligation? No we need to accept something that support our interest, its good that the criminal Bashir will fall without having relation with us

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  • 9 June 2013 13:46, by kimo

    the government of south sudan dont care for the suffering or their people,that is why they are behaving in an irresponsible way

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  • 9 June 2013 14:13, by Below the Law

    The Law of the independence says that a country should stand with countries that are of same interest, not those which are looking for the collapse of it.Mr.Bashir has right to close the pipes,and I would like him to close it forever. South Sudan head is naive. why did we separate if we at all need to associate with Sudan. The government must give the leadership to decisive citizens. Cut it all.

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  • 9 June 2013 14:45, by Below the Law

    The current Leadership has miserably destroyed the dignity of the people of South Sudan which they successfully fought for.They accepted to persevere during the close down of the chief revenue thinking that the government will find alternatives for its people which s in vain. Now people have seen that this government does not care about its people.
    So Time to also say careless to it.

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  • 9 June 2013 15:10, by wieu-madiak

    Chicken Bashir,chicken,chicken,why do you block oil flow from south sudan,you will be call for investigations.

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  • 9 June 2013 15:44, by seeker

    yes omar is very rignt bcoz yeserday we have somebody who came from north sudan as a rebel which was uliny from nuer.I think nuer community will tell us how good it is to be with bashir.number 2 the oil mony is only for politicians if they want let them face bashir or stay with as usual.

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  • 9 June 2013 20:53, by proud.to.be.south.sudanese

    Nothing new, Mr Omar Al-Bashir is very well known for being "not a man of his word". He is so emotional and unpredictable. Tomorrow don’t be surprised if he denies what he had said in public. So shameful!

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HRW calls on UN rights body to press Sudan to investigate murder of peaceful protesters 2014-09-24 21:24:09 Human Rights Watch One Year On, No Justice for Protester Deaths (Geneva, September 23, 2014) – The United Nations Human Rights Council should call on Sudan to account immediately for the death (...)

Hundreds walk for peace in South Sudan 2014-09-23 08:30:16 National Platform for Peace and Reconciliation (NPPR) PRESS RELEASE Juba, 21 September 2014 - Hundreds of people took to the streets of the South Sudan capital Jubato ‘Walk for Peace’and demand (...)


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