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 Soldiers stand guard outside the bullet-scarred main gate of the presidential palace in Juba on July 15, 2016, where clashes between rival units this week left scores dead and set off battles elsewhere in the city. (AFP-Pater Martell Photo)

July 15, 2016 (JUBA) – South Sudan’s First Vice President, Riek Machar, said the fighting that erupted between his bodyguards and President Salva Kiir’s forces at the J1 Palace or State House on Monday, 8 July, in the national capital, Juba, was calculated to kill him.

Machar in his first public statement to the BBC Focus on Africa on Friday after abandoning his base in the outskirts of Juba early this week said he is “around Juba” but would neither disclose his location nor return to the town to meet President Kiir until the security issues were addressed.

He was responding to the call by President Kiir to meet him. Machar however said he feared for the lives of his officials and for himself after the incident, adding he was also worried about the safety of his ministers currently inside Juba.

“We have a pending meeting, he as president and me as vice president. And also if it were a normal situation, we would meet, but the incident that took place on the 8th [July] in the State House is a very despicable incident, where there was a shootout, and a dog fight, when we were in a meeting,” Machar told the BBC.

“To me that was a calculated plan to kill me,” he said.

Machar’s comments confirmed earlier statements from his spokesperson, James Gatdet Dak, who said shortly after the fighting erupted at the palace that the attack on “Machar’s bodyguards” was intended to “harm” or “arrest” him. The media official said he suspected that the plan was to scare Machar away from the palace compound and then get killed in crossfire if he tried to leave the palace so that the perpetrators would deny knowledge of how he died.

However, Machar decided to remain in the palace until he was escorted by a combination of his force and those loyal to President Kiir. But on Sunday, his military base and residential area was attacked and his house bombed, resulting to relocation of the base.

The First Vice President who also leads an opposition faction of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM-IO) said he was willing to return back to Juba but after a third force is deployed in the capital to take charge and ensure safety and no return to violent confrontations. He said he could not trust President Kiir’s assurance to protect him and his officials.

“That is why the IGAD Council of Ministers decided that there should be an intervention force, third force, that be deployed in Juba and Juba be demilitarized,” he said.

The opposition leader also condemned the Friday’s arrest and beating of his party’s secretary general, Dhieu Mathok Diing, who is also minister of Energy and Dams. Machar said he immediately called President Kiir after receiving the news that his minister was beaten at Crown Hotel, adding that President Kiir denied knowledge of what had happened.

The transitional government of national unity, Machar said, is “fragmented and split”, adding that there was need to address security issues in Juba and return the situation to normalcy.

He said he was waiting for the outcome of a proposed meeting in Juba of the chiefs of defence forces from the region on how to tackle the security of Juba.

(ST)

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  • 16 July 2016 02:18, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

    That is exactly what JCE had planned and passed its implementation to Jieng soldiers under Malong. These idiots are standing firm to destroy South Sudan and her citizens of different ethnic background. Look at Malakal, Wau and now Juba non-dinkas are perishing under dinka with resources of the nation. Intellectuals are eliminated for telling the truth.

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    • 16 July 2016 04:25, by Khent

      Assuming that the accusation is true..it’s just too bad that the idiots in Juba failed in their task. It amuses me to no end reading Riek speak of "despicable acts" when his life (as well as the lives of his officials) is on the line, but had absolutely no moral qualms with brutally murdering tens of thousands of unarmed civilians on an ethnically contingent basis...

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      • 16 July 2016 04:38, by Khent

        ..He consciously and systematically manipulated and whipped up a tribal militia into a frenzy and unleash them on unarmed civilians on a false prospectus; this truly despicable act resulted in the deaths of almost 30 000 civilians and the collapse of our military campaign in Juba just as we were on the verge of triumph. Riek’s alliance with Khartoum reversed almost a decade of military gains...

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        • 16 July 2016 04:47, by Khent

          ..and put us in a situation in which we were faced with oblivion. As a result of Riek’s truly despicable alliance with Khartoum, the Ignaz took complete control of the oilfileds - a change in fortunes that enabled them to purchase billions of dollars in advanced and absolutely devastating platforms and munitions; this benefitted Khartoum tremendously and intensified the war...

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          • 16 July 2016 04:58, by Khent

            ..and it was the tribal consituents (Dinka & Nuba) that were not part of the pro Khartoum militia network that paid the price in hundreds of thousands of lives. The Nuer lost thousands of lives when the Dinka so very momentarily diverted their efforts from fighting Khartoum and directed it to burning down Nuer Counties in Jonglei in retaliation.

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            • 16 July 2016 05:07, by Khent

              ..Riek must be sniffing, snorting or injecting something if he thinks that all that he has done has been forgotten or forgiven. The blood debt must be paid. The price? His worthless life. He deserves death a thousand times over and every breath that he draws is in act of theft and an insult. He’ll die just like the children that his forces roasted alive in front of their parents...

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              • 16 July 2016 05:19, by Khent

                ..and the elderly women whose throats were slit like goats. Salva Kiir should be removed from government for his terrible crimes. And to those that blindly support Riek... you are scratching at old wounds that will create a war potentially far worse than this. We will exercise all demons if Riek ever makes moves for the Presidency.

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                • 16 July 2016 07:32, by Predicted

                  You idiot. Then better prepare to die for your cause. You dinkas are destroying the country in efforts to payback old wounds. Nuers do not have old wounds? If you focus all that energy into working to resolve current issues rather than trying to live in the past, maybe we can build a country and maybe something good would happen instead of this dinka lack of leadership.

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                  • 16 July 2016 07:39, by Predicted

                    Go chase after Riek’s. You will see it will cause the downfall of dinka rule. Don’t blame anyone. 63 tribes already fed up with dinka rule more than ever the pure stupidity and lack of problem resolution. Dinka tribalism, bigotry and arrogance. You think you are smarter and better but you will find out others tribes that will hand you your ass. All this trouble because of riek..give me a break

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                    • 16 July 2016 08:24, by Khent

                      A predictably stupidly response from one of ST’s many retards. You’re far too stupid to realise that I routinely condemn Salva Kiir for his crimes and have delivered scathing critiques on the Dinka. The solution to our problems is for the Dinka & Nuer to disown both Salva Kiir and Riek and allow truly unifying individuals to participate. PS: Your threats are laughable.

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                      • 16 July 2016 09:02, by Predicted

                        Youv think you are very smart with all your big worthless words. I read all your post you jack ass. I know exactly how you think that’s why I’m not surprised by your response. How can you be an educated dinka and yet so worthless. I know you’ve been hurt and you are here posting about how much pain dr machar caused your anas 30 years ago and its now 2016. God have mercy

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                        • 16 July 2016 10:17, by Khent

                          You really are a worthless animal. You hate the Dinka and talk smack about them and how a grand tribal coalition will humble them but talk is cheap, you clearly frustrated little chimp. You seem to think that time somehow absolves a mass murderer as if by magic and that people should just accept him. We avenged what Riek did in the counterattacks and retaliations that followed.

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                          • 16 July 2016 10:37, by Khent

                            I tell you that I recognise that the Dinka deserve condemnation and I’ve personally condmned them for occupying Chollo lands and for having so miserably failed the Nation and you come out by making light of Riek’s crimes against our civilians? Fine, just don’t ask for discourse, introspection and moderation from any Dinka when blood lapps at your door.

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                      • 16 July 2016 13:15, by Whortti Bor Manza

                        Kent, if you are a Dinka, just recollect these:
                        Dinkas are greatest betrayals and liars. The two VP to Bashir in Suadan by then we’re all Dinkas: George Kongor and Moses Machar. Thor Deng the bloody cohort who even kill Dinkas in Gogrial is now a divisor to Kiir. Tell me an outstanding battle ever won by Kiir during the liberation. Why do you hire mercenaries UPDF and JEM to fight Machar.

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                        • 16 July 2016 13:52, by Whortti Bor Manza

                          look at the chronology of events: The SPLA are good at unleashing cruelties on innocent civilians, in Wau, Bentiu, Malakal and Juba. Every Dinka in South is armed.
                          Machar has proved to be a formidable force. Look at the dead SPLA which litter the roads at Lou up to Gudelle blk 9. Machar men were able to prevail under the pressure of 30,000 SPLA armed with all weapons, tanks, gunships and launcher

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                          • 16 July 2016 14:00, by Whortti Bor Manza

                            you claimed you liberated the South. Prove that if the referendum was held in 2011. Remember all Dinka areas were under the control of KHT. Gogrial. Aweil, Bor and Malakal. Barges could move unescorted freely from Kosti to Juba. See the influx of Dinkas into Sudan fleeing hunger and starvation. Children are being sold in Meiram and Daein for food and yet you claim superiority.

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                            • 16 July 2016 14:07, by Whortti Bor Manza

                              I was a member of the SPLA from 1990 t0 2007. Dinkas cannot sustain real major battles. They are good at killing unarmed civilians and looking for food. The Messirya and Rezeigatts used to terrorised NBGS and trains move freely up to Wau. The Dinkas even participated in slave trade. The episodes of Christian solidarity, Garang versus Bona Malual, the buying back of slaves. It was Equatoria who fed

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                              • 16 July 2016 14:12, by Whortti Bor Manza

                                The SPLA during the war or else the Dinkas could have been fed on cow dungs. That is why all Dinkas migrated to Yei, Maridi, kaya, Nimule etc..
                                PLEASE WHY DO YOU HIRE MERCENARIES, UPDF, JEM AND CONGOLESE TO FIGHT ON YOUR BEHALF IF YOU ALONE COULD DEFEAT SPLA/IO?

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                                • 17 July 2016 12:23, by Khent

                                  Whortti Bor Manza

                                  You’re a retard. Before South Sudan’s secession, the Dinka were the largest tribe in all of Sudan and so Khartoum probably thought that we would stop fighting them if they relegated the likes of Moses Machar and George Kongor as 2nd Vice-Presidents - a position that did not allow them to exercise any power..

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                                  • 17 July 2016 12:23, by Khent

                                    ..The 2nd Vice-President post was entirely symbolic; it was an insincere ploy by Khartoum to convince the world into thinking that Sudan was actually pluralistic. The position was worthless, the same way that Riek being accorded the President of south Sudan was worthless - precipitating in the abrogation of his pathetic agreement...

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                                    • 17 July 2016 12:25, by Khent

                                      Was it not the Equatorians that had numerous Khartoum supported militia groups like the Equatorial Defence Force, the Bari dominated Popular Resistance Movement/Army, the Mundari militia and tribes like the Toposa, Lotuka, Didinga, Boya, Acholi and many others that worked for Khartoum in its militia network?

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                                      • 17 July 2016 12:26, by Khent

                                        The Dinka are 3-4 million and all you could do was list a small handful of quislings that couldn’t even garner support from even their own clans let alone the entire tribe. The other tribes by contrast had over a 100, 000 slaves working for Khartoum in the form of the Equatorian defence force and a dozen other Khartoum compliant groups.

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                                        • 17 July 2016 12:29, by Khent

                                          I personally don’t support Salva Kiir and don’t really care about his record, but I do know that he captured Kurmuk in 1987; this was a major vctory that resulted in the deaths of hundreds of SAF troops... and if you really were a fighter in the SPLA (instead of a liar) then you would know this. You were NEVER a member of the SPLA...

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                                          • 17 July 2016 12:43, by Khent

                                            ..You were probably fighting for Khartoum in the dozens of armed groups that it supported and nurtured in Equatoria. How many times must I tell you retards that when the war broke out in 2013 the Nuer accounted for 70% of the army, because most of the Dinka had left the army in 2006 after decades of service, with the Nuer subsequently replacing them in that year!?

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                                            • 17 July 2016 12:44, by Khent

                                              Where were the Ugandans when we defeated the Nuer in retaliation for the 91 massacres? You idiots keep on whining about the presence of a maximum of 4,000 Ugandan troops and claim that without the Ugandans the Dinka would lose despite the fact that the Nuer were defeated in the 90s when they had the SAF, PDF, Murahaleen, LRA, Fertit militias, Equatorial Defence force...

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                                              • 17 July 2016 12:44, by Khent

                                                ..the Bari Popular Resistance Movement/Army and a multitude of tribes like the Toposa, Lotuka, Didinga, Boya, Acholi and many others. Khartoum also armed the ’Fertit’ - a name applied to more than a dozen different tribes in Western Bahr el Ghazal’s Raga county. These tribes included the Kresh, Yulu, Shat, Balanda, Feroghe, Buja, Kara and Banda. The Murle were also used against the Dinka.

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                                                • 17 July 2016 12:45, by Khent

                                                  This large anti-Dinka alliance was comprised of more than a quarter of a million fighters. Paulino Matip had 50, 000 troops and other Khartoum aligned Nuer Generals like Peter Gadet, Gabriel Gatwec Tanginy and Gordon Kong had tens of thousands of troops while the various other tribal militias in South Sudan had tens of thousands of fighters as well.

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                                                  • 17 July 2016 12:45, by Khent

                                                    The SAF had around 100, 000 men, and you’re complaining about only three [3] to four [4] thousand Ugandan soldiers? Ha, ha, ha. In addition to that, the PDF had around 70, 000 militiamen, backed up by 50, 000 militiamen from Paulino Matip. I won’t even mention the forces of Gadet, Koang, Tanginya and many more of the Nuer compliant militias.

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                                                    • 17 July 2016 12:47, by Khent

                                                      You just went full retard claiming that Riek “prevailed” even as he was completely dislodged from Juba in a limited action that was designed merely to send him and his forces a message. If the objective was to kill the worthless rat, he would be dead. He lost hundreds of fighters whereas Kiir lost dozens. We let him live, unfortunately.

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                                                      • 17 July 2016 12:50, by Khent

                                                        Dinka areas (especially in the Bahr el Ghazal heartland) were not occupied by Khartoum, you idiot. Malakal is not a Dinka area, you clueless charlatan. How can you not know this?

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                                                        • 17 July 2016 12:50, by Khent

                                                          Our sons in Mour-Mour division were in control of Gogrial, Rumbek, Tonj, Aweil, Yirol and many other Dinka areas when the CPA was signed. We also managed to fight and die for many areas in Equatoria while your militia groups did Khartoum’s bidding.

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                                                        • 17 July 2016 12:52, by Khent

                                                          Our sons in Mour-Mour division were in control of Gogrial, Rumbek, Tonj, Aweil, Yirol and many other Dinka areas when the CPA was signed. We also managed to fight and die for many areas in Equatoria while your militia groups did Khartoum’s bidding.

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                                                          • 17 July 2016 12:55, by Khent

                                                            Every social group has people like Abdel Bagi Ayii, a death-deserving traitor that probably wasn’t able to scrounge together any more than a hundred like-minded traitors. You were NEVER a member in the SPLA and it’s laughable that you would claim that the Dinka couldn’t sustain battles when all of you were working for Khartoum while the Dinka fought and died.

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                                                            • 17 July 2016 12:57, by Khent

                                                              Equatoria did not “feed” the SPLA, you delusional twit. It’s just a figment of your wild imagination. Equatoria had dozens of Khartoum supplied and supported militia groups that were constantly engaging the SPLA in firefights; Equatorians NEVER embraced the SPLA and always regarded it as an occupying Dinka force...

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                                                              • 17 July 2016 12:58, by Khent

                                                                ..so I reject your attempts at historical revisionism. It was international aid agencies (headquartered in Equatoria) that fed Dinka refugees fleeing their homes when Khartoum picked this tribe out for destruction. You did NOTHING. Upper Nile and Bahr el Ghazal were utterly destroyed because that’s where the movement derived its soldiers from.

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                                                                • 17 July 2016 13:00, by Khent

                                                                  It was international aid agencies (headquartered in Equatoria) that fed Dinka refugees fleeing their homes when Khartoum picked this tribe out for destruction. Large battles were fought in Equatoria [by people from outside Equatoria], but you people were never Khartoum’s target and so your people and your region came out of the war virtually unscathed..

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                                                                  • 17 July 2016 13:02, by Khent

                                                                    ..and now you wonder why people flocked to Equatoria? There are individual Dinka sections (like Aweil) that contributed more fighters than your entire region. We contributed the most divisions, battalions and martyrs. We contributed more than all the tribes of South Sudan, combined.

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                                                                    • 17 July 2016 20:34, by jubaone

                                                                      Khent,

                                                                      Bla bla bla and here comes the literate and articulate jienge masquerading as an intellectual. Too much writing without substance. The same old shit of jienge liberating the South. Try something else. Dr. Garang was the only intelligent jienge. The rest is?

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    • 16 July 2016 09:50, by wacjak

      Jur or whoever, did you read the whole article very well? It talks of Machar being escorted by his body guards and loyalists to Kiir. Who wanted then to kill him? His own IO forces or those of Kiir? if truly it was a plan to kill him by Kiir’s forces, then, by the time they were taking him home, they would have killed him. Use your common sense to factor issues. This traitor deserves death.

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      • 16 July 2016 11:41, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

        Wacjak, as complex this issue is I believe you find it had to get to the core of the whole episode. This is a concealed plan by Jieng. However it was silly because Juba is where the seat of Government is and many foreign enyoys work and live. look at their exodus. Is it good for the country? Machar right now is with his army. How can they want to kill him in Juba and not in the bush? Cheap noise.

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      • 16 July 2016 12:10, by Malakal county Simon

        Wacjack

        That’s made story as if Kiir body-guards combined with Dr riek body-guards were the ones who have escorted FVP is dimiss and classified as a falsed.... If it’s was indeed true that unwanted president Kiir body-guard participants in escorting the FVP, why then the body-guard followed Dr Machar and bombed his residence?? In all in all, it’s was pre-planned assassination and no doubt about t

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  • 16 July 2016 02:32, by barbayo

    8/7/2016 that last for Raik Nachar in palace , you will not sit in palace again , your spoke person James Gedet Dak and David Reeu Magaat made you to out from system you mark my word from now,

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  • 16 July 2016 02:41, by barbayo

    Bring SPLA-IO forces again is not big deal let them come with some one like David Reeu who caused incident in J1 to be among them and James Gadet Dak is now in Kenya

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    • 16 July 2016 02:48, by barbayo

      Dr Machar request government of South Sudan to operate his office in British embassy or UN camp due to fear for his life cos he says some Nuer IO want to kill him

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      • 16 July 2016 04:22, by Malakal county Simon

        Barbayo/slave

        You’re a such laughing stock bro, but I don’t blame you since it’s part of Dinka culture to fabricated lies......

        Anyway, We all know it’s was an assassination plan but thanks God the devil failed its dirty work against God peaceful loving person!!!!

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        • 16 July 2016 08:16, by barbayo

          Malakal county Simon
          Nobody know that Raik Machar is your Nguondeng ,if you look your Nguondeng he killed 20,000 Nuer youths cos of his name since 1991 up to now and you failed to realized his mistakes cos you are too Nuer primitive in our community.

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      • 16 July 2016 04:31, by Malakal county Simon

        Keep trying to kill Dr Machar for no apparent reason but let’s me assured you that the day you killed him, South make sure Sudan will never be a peaceful country and will make sure Dinkas are chase out in this nation for good!!!!

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        • 16 July 2016 05:23, by Khent

          Malakal county Simon

          "No apparent reason"? The man is a traitor that butchered tens of thousands of civilians in the 90s. Don’t issue these ridiculous threats unless you people are willing to lose a million people and pay a blood debt for the crimes you committed in your alliance with Khartoum. Only one Nuer needs to die - Riek...

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          • 16 July 2016 05:32, by Khent

            I don’t understand how you can claim that Riek’s death would somehow better inspire you people to more effectively perform on the battlefield when you also claim that the Dinka unleashed a war on the entire Nuer tribe... which you so absurdly claim resulted in the deaths of 30 to 100, 000 Nuer civilians in Juba...

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            • 16 July 2016 05:38, by Khent

              ..This must mean that the lives of the 100 000 Nuer people that were apparently murdered is not as significant or as valuable as Riek’s life. That’s perverse and quite bizarre. Question: Considering that you people have dozens of charlatans that claim to be prophets (and you believe them) are you not more versed in the art of deception than the Dinka?

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              • 16 July 2016 05:43, by Khent

                You also claim to be patriots but only returned in 2006 after having served Khartoum for almost two decades. Some of your traitorous sons like Matip established their alliance with Khartoum in the 80s. You don’t know what you’re asking for with these threats, idiot.

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          • 16 July 2016 07:40, by Predicted

            get your head out of your sore ass

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  • 16 July 2016 05:52, by Force 1

    If those allegations were true; then why would Riek be alive today to spread all those baseless allegations? Shouldn’t he be dead by now the same way as his bodyguards that were all killed at J1? Who would be the dumbest one to think any of that is true in any way shape or form? He should be thanking president Kiir for giving him safe passage to his resident on that day!

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  • 16 July 2016 08:35, by marie

    A catholic priest recently stated the country is being ruled by devil and monkeys. His words are starting to make sense in so many ways.

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  • 16 July 2016 09:22, by Thyinka

    Kiir and Machar will run South Sudan to the ground. Our people are not politically enlightened, otherwise they would go to the street and say that we don’t want Kiir and we don’t want Machar. We need new leaders. The current leaders are failed leaders. There is absolutely nothing to fight for in South Sudan. Our enemies are diseases, poverty and ignorant, not fellow citizens.

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    • 16 July 2016 09:44, by wacjak

      Marie, that catholic priest is the administrator of Malakal Diocese. He is in-charge of all the priests and the leader of the catholic church there. By stating that South Sudan is ruled by monkeys and devils, he is implying that whoever, wherever and whichever position is in, such a person is a devil and a monkey. Therefore logically, he is himself a monkey and a devil because he is leading people

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