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March 11, 2014 (JUBA) - South Sudan’s vice-president, James Wani Igga has accused western governments of “attaching strings” to foreign aid allegedly to undermine recipient countries.

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James Wani Igga delivers a speech at the meeting of the 68th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York City – September 26, 2013 (UN Photo/Devra Berkowitz)

His remarks came as hundreds of youth allied to South Sudan’s ruling party (SPLM) protested over last week’s seizure of weapons in United Nations trucks en-route to Unity state.

Igga accused the world body of practicing colonialism allegedly with the intention to run affairs of the new nation, vowing never to relent in the fight against colonialism.

“If it is a colonial system we need to fight, then that is good because I am old. It makes young again and will go into the bush fight,” the vice-president said amidst applause.

The protestors, holding placards while chanting anti-UN songs, repeatedly demanded the resignation of Hilde Johnson, the Special Representative of the Secretary General in the country. Others accused her of allegedly collaborating with the country’s rebels.

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The vice-president, however, wondered why western countrie failed to accept what he claimed was an attempted coup aimed at overthrowing an elected government.

“No one knows why they [western governments] failed to accept that the government foiled attempt to remove the democratically leadership,” stressed Igga.

“This is the question which our people have been asking and we are convinced that there is a hidden agenda," he added.

Daniel Awet Akot, a senior ruling party official, said it was unacceptable for some countries to undermine the legitimacy of a democratically-elected government.

“Let us continue to exert our energy in fostering unity, peace, development and equality of opportunity for all our people. Rather than amplify our differences, lets us find strength in diversity, guided by firm conviction that we are the sole guardians of our sovereignty,” he said.

A former deputy speaker of the country’s Parliament, Akot urged youth and leaders to preach national healing and reconciliation, not hate and violence among citizens.

“Let us, therefore in unison say no to violence in all its manifestations,” he appealed.

The deputy foreign affairs minister, Peter Bashir Gbandi said the country’s foreign policy mainly focuses on safeguarding its independence, sovereignty and natural resources.

“Our foreign policy continues to be anchored on the need to safeguard our hard won independence, sovereignty and territorial integrity,” he said, commending the security and defence forces for continuously guaranteeing peace and tranquility in the country.

NO INTERIM GOVERNMENT

Meanwhile, the vice president said his government would not heed to the mediator’s proposals for formation of interim government to end weeks of conflict in the country.

“They [mediators] want our government dissolved, a new neutral president installed or placing the country under trusteeship,” said Igga, in response to the proposal tabled by the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) regional leaders.

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  • 12 March 06:06, by Mi diit

    This confused regime in Juba is now purely composed of idiotic visionless leaders who resemble the past regimes of Saddam Hussein of Iraq and Muammer Gadafi of Lybia, fighting against the Western world.

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    • 12 March 06:15, by Mi diit

      It is always typical of such visionless dictators and human rights abusers in the ’third world’ to hate the western world and the UN for pointing out their shortcomings. But they always end up in failures. South Sudan’s current idiotic leadership will fail. The fight they now take to the western world and the UN as a scapegoat is a wrong strategy. I love it because it takes them to doom!

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      • 12 March 06:34, by Sir King

        You must accept your weakness. Kiir Mayardit has totally spoiled the name of Dinka and hence we must join hands and get rid of him. Not because he is a Dinka but because he is weak and lack of diplomacy in his government. He wants to make himself like Museveni but Museveni is just a leader of DUOR (DOR) so, they are not like aggressive Nilotes. please stop your dictatorship.

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        • 12 March 06:37, by Sir King

          There are stupid people from Nuer who say that they don’t want Dinka, if so, do they think that change will come to South Sudan. This is a matter of joining hands and get rid of weak government of Kiir and Wani. a Weak person can not able to dictate people. Mayardit must resign and give South Sudanese chance to choose the neutral leader, apart from Riek and Kiir Kuethpiny.

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          • 12 March 06:41, by Sir King

            I have never seen any country in this world being led by a mad person. I am assuring you that Mayardit is not normal at all. The guy must be having mental problem, kindly take him for psychatic health center, you will realise that the man is really sick. Please don;t let your cattle keeper chief to die for nothing. That advice is for Awan Chan people to take of their chief being he remove cloths

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            • 12 March 06:48, by Sir King

              These visionless leaders must put into their minds that without Western World, we would have not got Independence of South Sudan through CPA. Do you know the money they lost in supporting CPA? Western World must come straight and get rid of this dull government. Sorry indeed, I didn’t expect that Kiir and Wani will reach to that extent of blame Western world. Hahahahahahahaaaa, mad cowboy’s team!

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              • 12 March 07:04, by mathem jech amer

                Ngundeeng said someone with"palaja" from Nuer will lead the new nation. What about James Hoth, he has "palaja", is he not a well educated Nuer, why not him rather than REIK?

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                • 12 March 07:23, by Mi diit

                  Mathem Jiech Amer,
                  Don’t twist or mock Ngundeng’s prophecies because they always come true. You know the things he said in the past and have come true including independence of RSS. Now this Kiir’s war he predicted, even how it looks like now, will end bad for Kiir.
                  Is it Gen James Hoth that you humiliate in Juba daily that you want? Why is Malong Awan taking his role as chief of staff?

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                  • 12 March 09:13, by mathem jech amer

                    mi diit
                    I am not talking about leadership withing the governemnt, maybe they did that due to mistrust. I know some of Ngundeeng are true, but do you really think,he prophesized Riek as the next leader?Was it to be by killing or through democracy process...both of the two leaders don’t qualify this time,maybe new South Sudanese.

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                    • 12 March 13:32, by Hardlinner

                      If our belove science can’t predict the future or allow creation of time machine, how in an ideal world would a primitive ever predict the future. Ngundeng prophecies are just illusion in mind of low IQ individuals. There is only governing laws of the universe. No God or prophets. Only illusionist and primitive are still believing in supernatural.

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                      • 12 March 14:01, by 4Justice

                        Hardlinner are u really an atheist? if so, were u born in Africa? you seem to have been misled by New Age Humanists,this is truly disturbing i never envisaged that a South Sudanese could become an Atheist. I pray for Lord Jesus to rescue you from the Cult you may have joined ignorantly. Stay blessed

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                  • 12 March 10:20, by michael coma

                    Mii dit
                    Who told you that Gen.Hoth has been humiliated and Malong is playing his role?Don’t propagated thing.

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                  • 12 March 19:14, by Rommel

                    Mi Diit:
                    You’re still talking about Ngundeng’s apparent prophesies!? The same prophesies that supposedly predicted that Salva Kiir would not see the independence of South Sudan. Do you remember propagating these prophesies years before independence?

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            • 12 March 06:52, by Mi diit

              Sir King,
              Yes we are looking for a good leader with vision and competent diplomacy. You said you don’t like both Kiir and Riek. Who do you have in mind to replace them as a good leader? Can you share his or her name with us? We need to be frank and serious. Don’t tell me we see it later on, or the future leader is not yet born. Be brave and speak out your mind.

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      • 12 March 06:52, by Wicdail

        Signs of the last day of these fools are looming. Midiit & Sir King, You got right buddies. They have gone, matter of when and how.

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        • 12 March 07:16, by Wicdail

          Whoever preferred a new leader rather than Dr. Rick are/is fool and jealous. Who do you think among these current Politians or generals can be trusted by marginalized groups and international community to fulfil this long awaiting social justice, human rights, and social development to the people of SS? Dr. Rick Oyeeeee. We trust you, that’s why they failed to murder you on that day.

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          • 12 March 08:46, by Mi diit

            Mr. James Wani Igga,
            You are a slave-hearted stooge with total submission to the Dinka government led by Salva Kiir. What do you know about colonization or domination? You allowed the Dinka to dominate Bari community in Juba and rape their women, loot their properties, and now you talk nonsense about western world’s colonization while leaving in front of you Dinka domination in Juba. Shame on you

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      • 12 March 08:50, by Projector

        Hey Ma Diit!! Is illegal importing Weapons in country Human Right. Stop begging Westerner so much, learn to be your own. Your country is in crises and UNMISS/UN failed to solve the problem instead they are fueling it by importing dangerious Weapons. Better grow up bude, don’t always think about tribal base but think about your nation if truly you’re South Sudanese.These leaders have their own Agen

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        • 12 March 09:37, by Mi diit

          Projector,
          It is your sell-out Dinka president who has brought in foreign president Museveni to rule South Sudan and UPDF to take over the role of the SPLA. Look in Juba, even Mrs. Akiir’s palace and resident is guarded by Uganda army. He pays them three times more than the national army (SPLA). Shame on you desperate cowards...

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          • 12 March 13:18, by Projector

            Mi Diit!!! You are the one coward, am not either a fan of Dinka or Nuer, am a fan of good leadership which we are lacking including you Donkey Machar of Western World the Primitive Highest Holder. Kiir know with whom he deals but You Machar, running up and down looking for support from Arabs and UNMISS. Machar will never and be President of da RSS though Kiir leaves.

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            • 12 March 13:25, by Projector

              Con... You are just fighting tribal war with Dinkas. You started in Juba and why did you run away before finalizing your motive of fighting. Uganda has a right to Suport S.Sudan against Criminal Machar, he was giving Arms to Kony LRA leader to over throw the gov’t of Uganda when he was with Arabs against S. Sudan. Noway you will cry until no more tears Mi Diit..

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              • 12 March 14:50, by Mi diit

                Projector,
                I am not crying because I know that you Dinka fear the Nuer too much and that is why you run to Kampala and brought foreign army to fight the Nuer instead of you yourselves. Are you really men? Why didn’t you fight the war against Machar by yourselves, yet you talk of majority in South Sudan. What happened to your militias which Mrs. Akiir mobilized instead of UPDF? Shame?

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                • 12 March 15:05, by Projector

                  Mi Diit!! I don’t care whether the president of South Sudan is Dinka or Nuer but what i know is these two tribes has no difference. They are just food lovers and looters. The most hated tribes in South Sudan because they lack respect and they are the people with low IQ, the writing can even tell on this forum. Am not Dinka my friend, am civilized South Sudanese. This war is for two tribes.

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                • 12 March 19:10, by Rommel

                  Mi diit:
                  No one ’fears’ you, that’s your delusion. You had a larger alliance with Khartoum during the war, and so you’re really in no position to scorn people for not prosecuting a war on their own.

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      • 12 March 14:44, by Adodi Jotuwa

        Mi Diit, etc,
        VP President James Wani is right to point fingers at western countries because they are human beings like us. Do you think that western countries cannot destroy South Sudan for their own interest as if South Sudan has no interest? US, UK, France or Germany, each has its own interest, strength and weakness as well. They have the original sin of Adam and Eve if we believe in the Bible.

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        • 12 March 14:45, by Adodi Jotuwa

          Western world lost in Angola by supporting Savimbi’s rebellion until he died like a dog. So long as western support is not resonating with the interest of the country they are trying to undermine, they’ll certainly lose no matter how long it takes. A self-proclaimed rebel leader cannot just be supported because he is educated in the West. Why does the West ignore the record of Dr. Riek?

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          • 12 March 14:45, by Adodi Jotuwa

            If somebody with the record of Dr. Fool Riek is really in the West, why would the individual never even think of running for the highest office of the country that he never paid the price for? Dr. Fool Riek never suffered in the bush; never ate “Bellilla” as his colleagues whom he left in the bush did. Instead he has been looking for leadership position and air-conditioned accommodation.

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            • 12 March 14:46, by Adodi Jotuwa

              Did Ngundeng predict that Nuers are more warriors than Dinka and other Nilotic tribes in South Sudan or Nuer are more food-lovers or more power-hungry than other tribes in RSS? No. Did Ngundeng predict that Dr. Fool Riek is the only western educated, gapped teeth and left-handed Nuer entitled to rule RSS at any cost because of his constant search for leadership position? No.

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              • 12 March 14:47, by Adodi Jotuwa

                Did Ngundeng predict that Dr. John Garang would kill Dr. Fool Riek after he rebelled in 1991 or after his return in 2002? No. Did Ngundeng predict that Dr. Fool Riek “must take advantage” of Nuer being the 75% in the new nation’s army to transfer power regardless of his record? No. Why does Dr. Fool Riek avoid general elections of 2015 or form his own party?

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                • 12 March 14:47, by Adodi Jotuwa

                  Did Ngundeng predict that the new nation can be brought to its knees because Dr. Fool Riek mobilized “White Army” in addition to army commanders who allied with him in Bor and Bentiu to crush a democratically elected government and eventually assume power at any cost? No. That’s why the western educated Dr. Fool Riek can never & will never be a leader of RSS on this planet.

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                  • 12 March 14:48, by Adodi Jotuwa

                    Did Ngundeng predict that South Sudan will be ruled by Dr. Fool Riek after Independence? No. Did Ngundeng predict that Dr. Fool Riek will assume power through violence and tribal mobilization to eliminate Dinka first as he said in his interview or by importing weapons under the auspices of UN?

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                    • 12 March 14:49, by Adodi Jotuwa

                      Did Ngundeng predict that Dr. Fool Riek’s supporters who write in the Internet would win the war by dwelling on hatred against Dinka while South Sudanese know what is exactly on the mind of Riek since 1991? Does preaching hatred, instead of unity, against one tribe facilitate assumption of power by Dr. Fool Riek Machar to rule South Sudan? No. Never waste your time in the bush.

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                      • 12 March 14:49, by Adodi Jotuwa

                        Did Ngundeng predict that South Sudan belongs to Nuer or Dinka only? No. Did he predict that violence “must” be used to transfer power through mobilization of one tribe against the democratically elected government led by Salva or will it mark the end of cycle of violence in the new country? No. That is why Cde. James Wani says nobody is old enough to avoid fighting in the bush.

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                        • 12 March 14:50, by Adodi Jotuwa

                          All of us unity-and-peace-loving people will become young again and resort to re-experiencing the bush life because we will be undoubtedly supported again by the same western world who contributed immeasurably to our struggle, negotiation of CPA, independence and rebellion of Dr. Fool Riek Machar. No interim government will be formed. Reik must contest in 2015 election.

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                          • 12 March 14:54, by Mi diit

                            Adodi Jotuwa,
                            It is shame for you in Juba to beg the western world for assistance and yet you don’t appreciate it when they tell you the right way to go. Do you thing the western world will simply bless you when you murder your own people, loot their resources and exercise bad governance? No, look Wani Igga cries for their humanitarian assistance but rejects the strings of advices attached to it.

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                            • 12 March 15:00, by Mi diit

                              Let me not waste time with you people. You chose war, thinking that you would win it in 2 days. Wait for May 16 and let us assess your situation by then. You and your corrupt and tribal leaders will cry outside Juba by May 16. Mark my words.

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    • 12 March 07:08, by omoni jr.

      Igga need to get a dictionary and look up the word"COLONIALISM". He seemed to have No any clue about it.
      Igga is very weak leader naturally,that’s what Dinkaocracy government love.

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    • 12 March 08:39, by mathem jech amer

      By the way, western countries they don’t support Riek because they want him to be leader,ethy support him in order for insecurity to increase,more guns to be bought from them,many jobs to be created for their jobless citizens through INGs,UN etc.This is just the policy.

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    • 13 March 04:58, by Augustino

      Mrs Dr Nyanriek Mayardit seemed to be good and educated person BUT because of 2 things: 1 his committed adultary with Nyandeng that resulted to abortion of Machar in Nairobi hospital 2008, 2 His supporters who are food lovers NUER who supported arab last time and to day claimed to be heros, lost the creditability of Nyanriak Mayardit No leader of a tribe. Nyanriek would have made it through vote

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  • 12 March 06:51, by Gabriel Ajak

    Midiit God can be confronted if things r not going in a right channel,for u as midiit particularly always following wrong direction can also rewarding u with hundred wrong including lost of live take care.

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    • 12 March 07:29, by Mi diit

      Gabriel Ajak,
      You have instead condemned yourself in reverse. Face God you murderer.

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  • 12 March 07:17, by Tata

    You are making us become mad and crazy.Look, Madiba Nelson Mandela refused to accommodate IMF/World Bank in his free South Africa Country. Why? Because these are colonial instititutions. You never know? All your life in Politics you don’t know America and allies are traitors? Pack this wife of Riek (Hilde Riekson) out of our country. She will be strike by lightening inside her toilet.

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    • 12 March 07:33, by Mi diit

      Ahahahahaa...Sons of devils like Tata wishing good people dead. I can assure you that you will like this UNMISS and call for their help when the time comes for revenge against you evil murderers. You will cry and cry for Hilde Johnson to rescue you from the Nuer fighters. Mark my words!

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      • 12 March 07:37, by maluach madit

        Midiit and who ever shiit,
        Don’t be over joyed my friends. Americans are all our friends. We will never fight them, but we can still change their decisions as far as some of us are in line with Barrack on the face book these days!. A part from this, it is not all Americans who decided to assist the rebel, but may be some individuals. South cannot totally lost hope that way. And even when...

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        • 12 March 07:39, by maluach madit

          opposition side succeed, Machar will never see a single chance for S. Sudan leadership, do you think Americans are fool to do this?. ha ha no !. Ofcourse Kiir is incompetent but he is patriot unlike Machar !. We are not alarming for Kiir presidency either, but the one who will come to rule the country, nuer will regret it for all!. Madam Queen, don’t watch out mate !

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          • 12 March 08:39, by Mi diit

            Maluach,
            Americans have time again called your Kiirdit and his thugs in Juba the big liars of the year. The Americans have refused your lies, which accused us falsely of staging a coup. Will you, with your uncivilized arguments, convince Barrack Obama on facebook to buy your shit? Do you think American decisions are made on facebook charts with idiots like you? Ahahahahaa....

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            • 13 March 02:18, by maluach madit

              Ha ha ha, guy, you are very funny here. You sound very distressed and distasteful. Remember clocks change every second and minutes. None of your choice will be done though you sound more uglier than your grandmother.. ha ha ha !. Before Barack contested for US presidency in 2008, I was already there usually chatting with his very closest teams. We look small and unreasonable, but we play big parts

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              • 13 March 02:19, by maluach madit

                Dude,maybe you want to say ‘Ngundeng oyee’ for what you did not approve!.so, What a small brained shit mrs Midiit is !

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          • 12 March 12:41, by Bentiu son

            Madit,Dinka thugs must refrain from their delusion that Dr Machar won’t be President in South Sudan. Well,unless you had planned to divide RSS whereby one Nation will be for Dinka Kingdom n another one for non Dinkas tribes.Dinka mongrels should know that if other tribes surrendered to you, Nuer warriors won’t do till Jesus Christ returned. Get it from me cowards,savage or barbaric community.

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  • 12 March 07:50, by 4Justice

    Ok, you don’t like Colonialism, Trusteeship nor interim government, fair enough we can understand that, but why is [Kiir’s Government] not spending the Oil revenue on vital infrastructure projects - especially tarmac roads? All other African Countries are currently busy building roads and bridges, but the burning question on every South Sudanese mind is why are we still stagnant? What have you been doing with the oil revenue since 2005? What are your infrastructure development plans?

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    • 13 March 05:08, by Augustino

      Good question BUT Kiir can smoothly go with voting only. still Riek Machar have that chances of coming back and form the party which will seriously challenge the government’s inability to serve South Sudanese. He gain more votes from Democratic lovers not Nuer alone. BUT Nuer people change ways of Riek’s vision for South Sudanese by Localising Him and supporting him by Killing Riek’s supporters

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  • 12 March 08:01, by Niggorota

    Brother Igga stop fooling people about your fake coup attempt. I have not seen a person setting his own house on fire then went out to the street and started shouting someone set my house on fire. Wani Igga you know very well that there was no coup attempt in JUBA on the 15th Dec. 2013. It was your own making within the SPLM.
    But brother the blood of the innocent is crying down there.

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  • 12 March 08:18, by Niggorota

    Secondly we should not be always pointing an accusing finger at others for the mess that we as South Sudanese are responsible for. there was no any Western Government involved in planing this fake coup which Akol Kur, Tilar , and Kiir planned. We should be thankful for what the west did to us.

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  • 12 March 08:43, by australian

    I am pleased to see Wani Igga’a words not being supported. Shame on him. Does he think South Sudan under his/Kiir’s government can survive without Western aid? The GOSS seem happy for South Sudan to be a beggar nation despite its fabulous resources.

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  • 12 March 08:55, by Abyei Propaganda

    Midit,
    Maley Madit,
    Nuer are brothers. I lived in Nuerland from Akobo/Nasir to to Mayoum, the then called Western Upper Nile. In 2000, were you in Ganyliel? I know you were in kakuma and then lost boy in America. Just come,and see life in South Sudan. In 1974 were you in Akobo? Do youb know Kiir was Army Comand (Major) in Bentiu? Do you know Maj. Jamus (Latuko) was with Kiir in Bentiu? Ask Taban

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    • 12 March 09:41, by Mi diit

      Mrs. Akiir was never a good fighter nor a good administrator in his life. What he knew best since 1970s was to betray South Sudanese to Jalaba in Malakal as a spy. He also murdered a lot of South Sudanese politicians in SPLA as security chief. Now he is a visionless, corrupt, tribal and incompetent leader, who has become the first president to put the nation under a foreign country, Uganda. Shame!

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      • 12 March 09:57, by Malakal county Simon

        Mi diit
        Don’t wast your valuable time responding those supporters of brain-less/alcoholic/tribalist/corrupted illegal president Kiir.... In regard to Stooge called Army Wani Igga, don’t pay attention to whatever that comes from his mouth....This guy has been fully bribe and has no base/respect from any indvidual in South Sudan, because he has sold Equatorians voices, over the money!!!!

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        • 12 March 10:30, by wacjak

          Midit and Malalkal lad, enjoy bush life brothers. One day, you will come back begging this government led by Kiir to give you food ya motherfuckers. I don’t blame you, but rather, your grandparents who never taught you how to pend for yourselves other than robbing other people. You can call Kiir which ever name but he is smart enough to have pushed your filthy idiot called Riek out of Juba.

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          • 12 March 15:06, by Mi diit

            Wacjak,
            Don’t lie. It was Gen James Hoth Mai and Nuer soldiers who pushed Riek out of Juba, not you cowards. The Nuer captured the barrack and pushed your coward Dinka out until Gen Hoth came to rescue you. It always takes another Nuer to chase a Nuer, but NEVER cowards like you. Now it is Uganda army fighting the Nuer, not you again. If it were you, we would have captured Salva Kiir alive.

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            • 12 March 19:31, by Rommel

              Mi diit:
              You really are the greatest liar ever. Where was our apparent unwillingness to fight you when we routed you from our lands and penetrated deep into Uror, Akobo, Nyirol, Yuai and Ayod in the counterattacks of 1992-3-4!?

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              • 12 March 19:32, by Rommel

                Temper your arrogance, child. Your head is in the clouds. I think this is precisely the same feeling of ecstasy that must of have captured the imagination of Riek’s forces in 1991 when they took control of Panyangor and Bor, only to have this Pyrrhic victory brutally and unceremoniously overturned...

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                • 12 March 19:32, by Rommel

                  .. When mostly Dinka soldiers, under the command of Kuol Manyang defeated Riek’s troops in a large and unforgettable battle at Gut-Makur, a village just outside Mongalla. Riek’s forces were then defeated at Wuor Baar; our forces then entered Dinka territory at Gem, defeated all opposing forces in Nuer territory at Kuac Deng...

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                  • 12 March 19:32, by Rommel

                    .. With Riek’s forces experiencing defeat after being pursued, hounded and cut down as far as Uror, Akobo, Nyirol, Yuai and Ayod... so by all means, boast, thump your chest, jump up and down and so forth — but know that we have experienced and endured infinitely more challenging tasks and circumstances before.

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                    • 12 March 19:34, by Rommel

                      Two can play at this game: We can also claim that we weren’t really fighting you during the war... That we were preoccupied with fighting your masters in Khartoum. You were the weaker, dumber part of that alliance.

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  • 12 March 12:36, by Jalaby



    Well, Look at Pagan sitting on the bench of indictment at the court!!
    He said before "We are gonna leave the dirty of Khartoum!!"
    Yes Mr. Pagan you left the dirty of Khartoum but to the hell of South Sudan...Enjoy your country of dream now!!

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    • 12 March 12:43, by Jalaby


      This the judge who is going to judge on Pagan case and as you can see from the scars on his head, he is Chulluk like Pagan but will never spare him any mercy because he already got the order and he must execute!

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      • 12 March 12:50, by Jalaby

        Mr. Rommel,
        Why I don’t hear your voice these days?! what happened? are you scared or shy?! LOOOL
        Enjoy your shit judiciary system and enjoy your failed state although it’s still baby to be classified that way!
        Mr. Chol A. also disappears from the scene HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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        • 12 March 19:18, by Rommel

          Jalaby:
          Why don’t you hear my voice? Hmmm, maybe because I don’t seem to live on this website like you do. You have lost no less than a quarter of a million people in Darfur, and have had millions displaced as a consequence. Sudan has had the worst case of ethnic determined violence since Rwanda, and you want to boast!? LOL!

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          • 12 March 19:18, by Rommel

            You have lost more civilians in State sanctioned ethnic-determined violence than any other Nation within the continent and indeed the world. You may be content with inducing yourself into some kind of amnesia in regards to the immense human suffering in your own backyard, but to the rest of us -to the rest of the world-... the persistence of this reality is unremitting!

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            • 12 March 19:19, by Rommel

              According to institutions of international significance, including the world’s quintessential political institution — the UN... your government engaged in a brutal campaign of ethnic determined violence that claimed a quarter of a million innocent lives. That’s infinitely more than we have lost in tribal violence since the condominium.

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              • 12 March 19:21, by Rommel

                Do you think calling South Sudan a failed State will mean that your country is somehow the opposite of this!? That at least a quarter of a million people didn’t die in Darfur!? That your ’government’ isn’t recognized as a State sponsor of terror? That your a failed State too, that has had higher deaths.

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                • 12 March 19:24, by Rommel

                  South Sudan’s ’judiciary’ is a joke, but compared to yours, its exemplary. We don’t charge vulnerable young women with ’indecent acts’ for the crime of being rape victims — gang rape victims. Is that the kind of ’judiciary’ that you’re so proud of!? LOL! You’re pathetic.

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                  • 12 March 23:17, by australian

                    Well said, Rommel.
                    And Jalaby, "put that in your pipe and smoke it". The people of Sudan are conquered people, slaves of Allah: forever slaves. The people of South Sudan have chosen freedom. They will make many mistakes, but at least they are not slaves to a blood-thirsty god and his savage "prophet"!

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