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Juba asked IGAD nations to deploy troops to protect oilfields: official


March 3, 2014 (KHARTOUM) - South Sudan’s government said it submitted a proposal to the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) to deploy 10 battalions to protect its capital, Juba and the oilfields against attacks by rebel groups from Burundi and Rwanda.

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South Sudan’s presidential spokesperson speaking during a press conference in Khartoum on 2 March 2014 (Photo: Ebrahim Hamid/AFP)

It asserted that the East African regional bloc is currently examining its proposal.

Ateny Wek Ateny, the press secretary to South Sudan’s president, Salva Kiir announced the gradual withdrawal of the Ugandan troops from South Sudan’s territory towards Western Equatoria to continue its mission in fighting the rebel Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA).

The presence of the Ugandan army in South Sudan represented a major obstacle to implementing the cessation of hostilities agreement signed in Addis Ababa last January between the government and rebels led by ex-vice president, Riek Machar.

Ateny, stressed in a press conference in Khartoum on Sunday that Juba would accept the proposal for holding a constitutional conference, saying it must be preceded by an agreement on a permanent ceasefire, resettlement of refugees and providing humanitarian assistance for the affected.

He renewed his government’s accusation that the United Nations allegedly supported the rebels, questioning why its mission in Juba never condemned Machar’s forces for "stealing 20 vehicles".

Ateny further claimed they tapped phone conversations of a senior UN official, allegedly telling somebody in Nairobi, Kenya that the rebels would be assisted if they reached the capital.

President Kiir’s spokesperson said that Machar’s forces fought government army using UN tanks, asserting the government will prosecute the four leaders who were detained in connection with the coup attempt including the former secretary general of the country’s ruling party (SPLM), Pagan Amum, in a military court.

Both pro and anti-government armed forces are responsible for serious abuses that may amount to war crimes in two key oil hubs in South Sudan during recent fighting, the US-based Human Rights Watch (HRW) said in a report last week.

“The wanton destruction and violence against civilians in this conflict is shocking,” said Daniel Bekele, Africa director at Human Rights Watch.

“Both sides need to stop their forces from committing abuses and hold those who have responsible for their actions, and the African Union (AU) should accelerate its long promised investigations", he added.

But Ateny has criticised the HRW report, accusing the renowned rights body of "taking the side of the rebels". He also questioned the credibility of witnesses’ accounts that government army committed genocide, describing them as “liars” seeking to secure political asylum.

He said South Sudan was an open country and pointed that war creates a good opportunity for chaos indicating foreign elements might have involved in the incidents.

Ateny also disclosed that they arrested 50 people for involvement in killing on ethnic basis, accusing Machar of exploiting the fact that 75% of his Nuer tribe are army personnel who dragged the country into ethnic war, asserting the latter’s plot failed to achieve its objective.

He accused Machar of launching ethnic war allegedly killing 175 people in Unity state capital, Bentiu and 126 members of the Dinka tribe inside the hospital in Bor, besides committing rape, crimes and killing of nuns inside a church in Bor.

Ateny, however, demanded that Machar forms an investigation committee to look into those accusations and asserted stability of the security situation in South Sudan, saying military operations are restricted to four districts, including two in Jonglei, as well as one Upper Nile and Unity states.

The official also criticised Ethiopia indirectly saying it had a long record of human rights violations.

Conflict erupted in South Sudan’s capital on December 15, 2013 when President Kiir the accused his longest-serving deputy of allegedly staging a coup.

Both sides have been accused of committing atrocities and violence has continued despite a ceasefire agreement signed on 23 January in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa.


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  • 3 March 2014 09:13, by dinkdong

    "South Sudan’s government said it submitted a proposal to the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) to deploy 10 battalions to protect its capital, Juba and the oilfields against attacks by rebel groups from Burundi and Rwanda." What!?

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    • 3 March 2014 10:25, by Mayom County Boy

      we need forces to be deploye in the oilfield ,because rebel may not
      threat goverment with all these such allegation of attacking oil

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      • 3 March 2014 13:07, by chuol

        OH, Mayomcountyboyz! Which IGAD forces do you want again while Uganda,Kenya,Rwanda and Burudi soldiers are present in the Country? Let both parties used dialogues since Kiir helper are fails to protect the oilfieled from Dr machar forces which are purely South Sudanese armed men.

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        • 4 March 2014 02:59, by Mi diit

          "South Sudan’s government said it submitted a proposal to the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) to deploy 10 battalions to protect its capital, Juba and the oilfields against attacks by rebel groups from Burundi and Rwanda."
          He means bringing Burundi and Rwanda armies to protect oilfields against South Sudan rebels.

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    • 3 March 2014 11:43, by Rami Tot

      Dull government in juba talk nonsense
      let them come they will face consequences

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    • 3 March 2014 13:07, by Bentiu son

      Salva Kiir genocidal regime have betrayed the strong SPLA soldiers by hired foreign mercenaries like UPDF of Uganda,M23 of Congo rebel,JEM/SRF of Sudan rebels,Kenyan,Rwandan n Burundian Army to protect our own sovereignty,constitution,territory n national integrity. What a conspiracy n treacherous acts? Bringing more foreign troops won’t stop our national struggles against his painful regime.

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    • 4 March 2014 02:54, by Bentiu son

      Yesterday at 3.00pm South Sudan local time,Salva Kiir n his husband Museveni sent Kenyan Cargo Plane loaded with thousands machines guns n food items mistakenly landed in Madina Nasir instead of Mabaan County in Upper Nile State. Thereby,our gallantry forces captured all its crew one Kenyan National n a Somalian pilot.They two pilots are now under our custody.

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      • 4 March 2014 03:03, by Bentiu son

        We hereby sending our heartily congratulation to alcoholic President Salva Kiir Mayardit for arming our strong SPLA in Opposition with modern machines guns,ammunition n food items. Plz genocidal President Kiir,send us more Kenyan Cargo planes with drunkards pilots like you till we all armed ourselves priority to kick ur asshole out in South Sudan.We are not scare at all with ur poor policy.

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    • 4 March 2014 08:34, by mathem jech amer

      I encourage Nuer fighters to immmediately implement Ngundeeng prophercy, capture all oilfields before these Burundis and Rwandans come.. this is a way forward to victory

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  • 3 March 2014 09:31, by Kiir

    Food lover Salva Kiir. Oil is not a priority to be protected by foreign troops. Civilians are the ones to be protected not oil. Oil will never dry up if it is stopped. Priority is civilians not oil!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    • 3 March 2014 10:04, by Takpiny

      you got it right man human protection first then come facilities, our leaders value the money and thier positions more then nation and country itself.
      The IGAD troops want to be paid while the government get no money to feed our internal displace people.

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  • 3 March 2014 09:41, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

    IGAD has no neutral forces, accept only SPLA warrior shuold be instructed to go and protect their economy.

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  • 3 March 2014 09:54, by Reuben

    Ateny is killing salva’s government.

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    • 3 March 2014 10:09, by Tutbol

      Jonglei state for ’secession from the whole of S Sudan’ if this is the intention of the govt of president Kiir. Foreign forces are just the same part of the problems in S Sudan & here there are fools from this govt who are again want to hire yet another mercenaries! who will come & create yet another problems! What is the different between bringing in the Rwandese & Burundians & removing Ugandese.

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      • 3 March 2014 10:17, by Tutbol

        mercenaries from S Sudan? Who is really S Sudan? the UN that often brought in its mercenaries without the consent of S Sudanese or is it the US that is sponsoring Nuer armed rebellion & was the one that pressured S Sudanese to renew the UNIMIS contract after S Sudan’s independence from N Sudan to its UNIMISS for for S Sudan? There was another....

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        • 3 March 2014 10:26, by Tutbol

          UN mercenaries that Francis M Deng approved without the approval S Sudanese to be deployed in S Sudan, when the S Sudanese want all the foreign troops to go including the US UNIMISS mercenaries. Ateny Wek must & Salva Kiir must resign, their UN govt experiment in S Sudan has gone too far. If they want foreign troop in S Sudan, let those mercenaries be deployed Bhar el gazelle...

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          • 3 March 2014 10:34, by Tutbol

            Jonglei state for secession from the whole of S Sudan, if another foreign troops are brought into without peoples, consent. The Fools in Juba are not reading what is so-called UN peace keeping is all about? Why are UN troops are not deployed in places like SYRIA?, Egypt, Mecico; but to Congo, C.A.R, S Sudan or Afghanistan?...

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            • 3 March 2014 10:44, by Tutbol

              This is nothing to do with the caring about S Sudan, Congo or Aghanistan; rather it is about the US & the Europeans getting control of the Aghans heroin popis, to control the Congolese mineral riches & to secure S Sudanese riches. The UN-US don’t give a damn about S Sudanese. Can anyone ask one day, who is for these UNIMISS troops? If president govt welcomed another US-UN evils...

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              • 3 March 2014 10:56, by Tutbol

                mercenaries, Some states would en-masse demand independence from Bhar el gazelle foolish run govt. A govt that doesn’t its own radio, newspaper & even a pamphlet. But the govt that continues to keep on relying on the good will of S Sudanese & the supporters of S Sudanese to do the work of the SPLM/A, when the fools are, at the same times destroying it, sh*t!

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                • 3 March 2014 14:40, by Tutbol

                  Our state govt of Jonglei must start must inform the indians govt withdraw their highly esteemed, Indian troops & South Korean troops to go back to their countries, their mercenarial UN work is part of the problem, in the state of Jonglei. The evil people are not wanted here. Jonglei citizens don’t see the why the indians or Koreans where deployed here....

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                  • 3 March 2014 14:46, by Tutbol

                    The Indians & the Koreans should go & be mercenaries some where else. They should go & ask their employers to be exact. S Sudanese don’t pay them & S Sudanese do not want them in their country... evils peoples, masquerading as agents of good when they are pure evils.

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    • 3 March 2014 13:16, by Bentiu son

      Reuben,u are correct,Ateny Awek Ateny is adulterer who stolen the wife of late William Nyuon Bany Machar whose daughter was impregnated by Salva Kiir two years ago.Both of Kiir n Ateny are illegal inlaws because they run South Sudan as the family property shamefully. Ateny need to have his own legitimate family instead of William Nyuon Bany’s family all those kids belong to late Wlliam Nyuon.

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  • 3 March 2014 10:03, by Mapuor

    Prosecute those thugs urgently.Why Nuer militias keep on killing SPLA generals while their supporters are allowed to enjoy in Juba.They must die and any suspect must follow .War is war.it is mutual slaughter of opposing armies.Why risk the lives of SPLA officers and leave the enemy supporters to enjoy?SPLA OYEEE.Kiir oyeeee

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    • 3 March 2014 10:16, by Takpiny

      let us not support prosecuting again, this idea is one took our country into this level of conflits we are in now,instead let us support intrim government without Kiir and Macher that is only way for peace.

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      • 3 March 2014 11:33, by Malakal county Simon

        This is a good sign that’s illegal president kiir, is not yet serious about the ongoing negotiation peace in Ethiopia.... If Rwandan and Burundi forces dare to get involves in South Sudan internal war, then no doubt that’s South Sudan will be battle filed where both Ethiopia and Sudan will also join in!!!!

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    • 3 March 2014 13:26, by Bentiu son

      Mapuor,what a cowardice? Son of Dinka slave,why do you want to kill innocent civilians as you have done in the past.Why fearing to death the SPLA under Dr Machar who killed ur Generals? If you are men start it with those Nuer sellouts/traitors/betrayers sons like James Hoth Mai,Gen Bapiny Monytuil,Mathew Puljang,Johnson Gony Biliu,Dr Riek Gai,Dr Gai Yol,Dinka- Nuer Dr Marial Benjamin Bil etc

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  • 3 March 2014 12:18, by Konkooc

    i do not know way sudan tribune is just creating news which are not said. rawand and burundi rebels what include them. Ateny did not say anything of that kind while i was watching SSTV last night.

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  • 3 March 2014 12:44, by Ambago

    Before we are carried away by this unfounded panic, can someone out there please tell us when the Rwanda and Burundi rebels entered south sudan in the first place, let alone whether they mat attack the Oil fields or not.
    Mr Ateny Wek Ateny, you remind me of late Ghadafi’s infamous Musa Ibrahim. Fluent in English language but rubbish in facts!.

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    • 3 March 2014 13:07, by Hardlinner

      Ateny wek does not really know what he is talking about. Also if kiir can not handle rebels, why doesn’t he step down and allow someone that can do the jobs well. I’m pretty sure if garang were alive, riek wouldn’t have defected again knowing what would have await him.

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    • 3 March 2014 14:01, by 4Justice

      Mousa Kusa, hahaha... so funny! it became too much for Musa Kusa, he had to quit

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  • 3 March 2014 12:53, by Alfredo christiani

    You are very right ,Sudan tribune editorial team in France , are from Nuers tribe and great supporters of Riak Machar,they will continue to write nonsense’s on the website but we shall defeat them in the battle field ,even if to reinforce themselves with Nuer of Ethiopia ,Eretria Sudan ,still they will be defeated ,nonsense’s of Riak with his group will not work .

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    • 3 March 2014 18:23, by jijury

      I know Inept Salva is very dumb from the start you cannot have all Dinka staff as this will only make things worst for him. you idiots have been singing songs that you have liberated South Sudan from Jallaba where is your strength now? you hired foreigners to help you fight Nuer but you still get defeated by Nei ti Naath now we about to control the all oilfields where will u go?

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      • 3 March 2014 19:18, by Rommel

        Are you really going to pretend that your people did not establish and nurture a military alliance with Khartoum during the war!? Do you recall the decades in which you defended oilfields on behalf of the Arab oligarchy... like dogs!?

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        • 3 March 2014 19:20, by Rommel

          Do you recall how you were so desperately reliant upon their weapons, ammunition, supplies, logistical support and food relief? Do you recall the military engagements that you executed in tandem with Khartoum against us!? The Ugandans have thus far only provided and deployed three [3] to four [4] battalions in South Sudan...

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          • 3 March 2014 19:20, by Rommel

            ..That’s a drop in the ocean when compared with what Khartoum did for you. The Dinka had to contend with an enemy [your erstwhile ally], that was well furnished with a palette of destructive weaponry and over 100, 000 men, accompanied by bombers, jets, and helicopter gunships...

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            • 3 March 2014 19:21, by Rommel

              ...And tens of thousands of aligned militiamen — the PDF and the Murahaleen, and tens of thousands of Khartoum compliant Nuer militiamen. I don’t want foreign intervention of any kind, but if you’re going to condemn people and bespatter them with smug charges of cowardice... know that we too can dredge up your documented history of forming alliances with Khartoum.

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              • 3 March 2014 19:30, by Rommel

                You formed military alliances with Khartoum during the war; an alliance that targeted and absolutely devastated the Dinka!? Why is it that you people feel no shame for this!? Ah, I get it, the Nuer are entitled to establish military alliances with Khartoum... but you want to condemn the Dinka for establishing a military alliance with a State that actually didn’t murder millions of Southerners!

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                • 3 March 2014 19:33, by Rommel

                  The Arabs brought entire divisions to bear against the Dinka. The Arabs fought beside you. The Arabs fed you. The Arabs gave you weapons, ammunition and logistical support. Why are you people wholly unwilling to discuss your previous alliance with Khartoum!? You people are hypocrites!

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                  • 3 March 2014 19:35, by Rommel

                    When Khartoum’s aircraft bombed the Dinka for thirteen [13] years following your defection, operating in tandem with your militias on the ground... Was that not cowardice!? Well, wasn’t it!? Or do you suppose that you are entitled to an exemption from the demands of a moral code that you don’t actually prescribe to!?

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                    • 3 March 2014 19:35, by Rommel

                      Allow me to cite for you the work of a historian:
                      Throughout the fighting, not one war casualty was admitted to the Nasir hospital. Riek’s troops sat idle as Khartoum pushed back the Dinka. The results of Riek’’s sell-out to Khartoum could not have been more glaring. The Dinka suffered mightily. (Me Against My Brother: At War in Somalia, Sudan and Rwanda, Scott Peterson)

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                      • 3 March 2014 19:49, by Rommel

                        Salva’s incompetence and short-sightedness is to blame for even necessitating the need for the Ugandans in this conflict. The people who actually fought the war against Khartoum -not you- largely went home in 2006, on the one (1) year anniversary of this evanescent peace; and they graciously permitted the return of Khartoum’s wretched weasels, snakes and dogs...

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                        • 3 March 2014 19:53, by Rommel

                          .. Snakes and dogs that quite unfortunately became the majority in our armed forces in 2006, even though they were Khartoum’s witless lackeys during the war. Our men are returning to their army; and when new battalions and divisions have been sufficiently conditioned, trained and armed... we will have no need for the Ugandans...

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                          • 3 March 2014 19:59, by Rommel

                            ..And we will resume the dance that we use to perform when your alliance with Khartoum couldn’t -and didn’t- provide you with victory. Tell you what, you can keep talking about Salva’s admittedly shameful alliance with Uganda and we will continue to evoke your junior role in your age old alliance with Khartoum. Do we have a deal?

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                            • 4 March 2014 03:04, by Mi diit

                              What you called alliance between the Nuer and Khartoum was a Sudanese-Sudanese business by then based on the internal political conflict. The Nuer did not go to beg for alliance with foreign forces outside the Sudanese borders. And besides, we were not a government like your desperate government which failed and had to bring foreign armies to protect your everything. What a shame now!

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                              • 4 March 2014 03:08, by Mi diit

                                And besides, don’t forget that the Nuer forces in thousands and their officers such as James Hoth Mai and John Kong Nyuon were with you and fought a good fight to make you stay fit, while some of your Dinkas such as Abel Alier, George Kongor, Moses Machar and the rest were licking Bashir’s feet in Khartoum. The Nuer knew what they were doing to achieve self-determination unlike them.

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                                • 4 March 2014 14:33, by Rommel

                                  Mi Diit:
                                  Ah, I see, your alliance with Khartoum was justified because it was an all Sudanese affair!? How does it change the fact that you went outside the family and begged for assistance from the enemy!? The only reason that anyone ever appeals for assistance from a third party is that they’ve judged themselves to be too weak to prosecute the war on their own.

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                                  • 4 March 2014 14:35, by Rommel

                                    The Nuer did not have ’thousands’ of troops in the SPLA after 1991. There’s virtually not a single Dinka section that didn’t provide more troops and more martyrs than the entire Nuer tribe following your defection in 1991. I very much doubt that you provided so much as a single battalion after 1991, and so I don’t think that a small handful of the Nuer that stayed, kept us ’fit’.

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                                    • 4 March 2014 14:42, by Rommel

                                      Your contribution after 1991 is so small, so comical and so UN-noteworthy that it’s almost undignified to speak of it. I suggest you keep your mouth shut on the matter. You were nowhere to be seen when we captured Achwa, Magwi, Yei, Kapoeta, Torit, Kurmuk, Kor, Yabu, Zanziber, Gogrial, Rumbek, Tonj, Aweil and many others.

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                                      • 4 March 2014 14:45, by Rommel

                                        The fact that the traitors that you mentioned were Dinka has absolutely no bearing on the Dinka community, as they were not provided with material or personnel from the Dinka tribe. Our traitors are reviled, rejected and resisted. You put your traitors on a pedestal and constantly make excuses for them. Our traitors did not have tens of thousands of Khartoum compliant Dinka militiamen.

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                                        • 4 March 2014 14:48, by Rommel

                                          You knew what you were doing!? Did you know what you were doing when you committed the folly of being so desperately reliant upon Khartoum’s supplies, weapons, ammunition and logistical support!?

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                                          • 4 March 2014 14:49, by Rommel

                                            Did you know what you were doing when Khartoum increased its military presence in the oilfields, in an absolute, definite and conspicuous display of contempt and disregard for Riek after they promised him control of the oilfields!? Did you know what you were doing when Khartoum used Matip to force Riek out of Unity State!?

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                                            • 4 March 2014 14:50, by Rommel

                                              Did you know what you were doing when Riek admitted that he got "cheated" [his words not mine] by Khartoum into thinking that they had any intention of honoring any part (s) of the agreements that he signed with them!? You didn’t know what you were doing!

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                                              • 4 March 2014 14:51, by Rommel

                                                "The government benefited substantially from the split inside the SPLA. The government had encouraged the split by sending false signals that it might let the South secede." (Sudan-Contested identities, Ann Lesch)

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                                                • 4 March 2014 14:52, by Rommel

                                                  Once the split occurred, the government developed a four-prong strategy that encouraged Riek machar to fight the SPLA. It backed away from offering independence, mounted large scale offences against Garang’s forces and used the disintegration of the SPLA to facilitate its repression of the African people in Southern Kordofan, Darfur and Southern Blue Nile. (Sudan-Contested identities)

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                                                  • 4 March 2014 14:55, by Rommel

                                                    There’s not a single impartial historian that asserts that Riek’s foolish alliances with Khartoum directly laid the groundwork for our independence. History does not agree with you, Gatwech. Prove to us that you are not as clueless as you appear to be by explaining why accounts by impartial historians don’t seem to agree with you.

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                                                    • 4 March 2014 16:58, by Rommel

                                                      Why did you rely upon the grace of a political unit that you so ostensibly wished to distance yourself from!? You cannot seek independence from someone when you’re wholly reliant upon them for every nail, every liter of oil, every platform, every box of ammunition and their logistical support. You didn’t know what you were doing! Even your precious idiot idol admits that he was ’cheated’.

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  • 4 March 2014 01:53, by Naath Raani

    Ateny is crazy and your gov’t is crazy and you guys got no where to go. Think about how the rebels advance in one month time. Do you always dream about helping from others countries? Where is your troops idiots?

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  • 4 March 2014 01:59, by Naath Raani

    Killer Kiir’s heart on oil money. No more whisky crack head! You will face more disaster soon. Wait, and you will get in to. Where your husband M7? Why you cry like lady while rebels are calm? Ateny Wek Ateny, you need to go back to Canada before Nuers get your ass to death. Your father Slave Kiir’s time off.

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  • 4 March 2014 02:13, by Philosopherking

    It is true, this country is being led by idiots who do not care about human life but oil and money. The will do anything including including hiring foreign mercenaries to kill their own people so that the oil money keeps flowing into their already fat foreign accounts! South Sudanese need to stand up against this good for nothing government. Kirr must pack and leave & Bashir at the ICC.

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  • 4 March 2014 04:12, by Kim Deng
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      • 4 March 2014 07:50, by maluach madit

        I disagree with president Kiir specially when saying’ they can prosecute Pagan Amum". Please this is a further division within S. S. you have nothing to do with Pagan, he fought for the country and he had never been a rebel before, neither will he be rebel if released. Riek even when no president, he will never rule South Sudan.You two guys must to give others chance coz you are both incompetent

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        • 4 March 2014 07:58, by maluach madit

          No where in this world where countries send a dirrect support for rebels. What bother Burrundi and Rwanda to come to South Sudan?, because they might be very jelousy since we have adequate underground resources in our country. This stupity must never happen, and if it does, they will terrible be punished by law soon. Your citizens will die in vain, but we die as heroes !

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