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July 29, 2016 (JUBA) – South Sudanese former First Vice President, Riek Machar, who was recently removed in a controversial process after fleeing the capital, Juba, has warned that his troops may soon take over Juba unless a third party force was quickly deployed and undo the “illegal” scrapping of the August 2015 peace agreement by President Salva Kiir.

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South Sudan’s former vice-president turned rebel leader, Riek Machar, says regional sanctions could effectively end conflict in the country (Photo: Reuters)

Heavy fighting has been going on for the past three days in the bushes around Juba as at least 10,000 troops loyal to President Kiir, backed by tanks and helicopter gunships, have been battling forces loyal to Machar in hunting him down from where he has been “hiding around Juba.”

Hundreds of wounded soldiers have already been brought back to the hospitals in Juba as a result of the fighting in the forests, with hundreds more feared dead on both sides.

Machar has however warned for the first time that if the attacks continued and a third force is not soon deployed to separate the two rival armies, he will order his troops to match on to Juba, with the aim to capture in order to restore peace and stability.

“My troops are ready to storm the capital Juba and take control,” Machar told the Turkish Anadolu Agency on Friday.

Since the renewed violence between his fighters and government troops on 8 July, Machar has been in hiding since 11 July, after four days of fighting with his 1,300 troops, after his residence was bombed using helicopter gunships to kill him.

“I went out of sight when I learned that the goal was to eliminate me,” he said in a telephone interview.

While Machar called for a third party force to take over the security of the capital, Juba, so that he could resurface and continue with the implementation of the peace agreement as First Vice President, President Kiir, probably seeing having an upper hand in the conflict at least during the start of the fighting, rejected any deployment of additional “single foreign soldier” in the capital.

Now with the fighting heavily escalating in many areas around Juba and with the two sides bringing in reinforcements from other locations, there are fears that the clashes may get closer to Juba and even renew inside the capital itself.

Heavy artillery gunshots were heard on Thursday when forces loyal to Machar reportedly came closer to Juba and clashed with President Kiir’s forces at Luri, his private heavily guarded base and farm for his cattle, but allegedly “got away with hundreds of cattle belonging to President Kiir.”

Machar said the peace implementation will not succeed unless a third force is deployed or he will take over the capital to restore stability.

“The implementation of the comprehensive peace agreement will not be possible without the deployment of IGAD peacekeeping forces to South Sudan,” Machar added.

The opposition leader who leads his party and commands a separate co-national army, added that his soldiers were more united than ever and claimed the renewed fighting had been orchestrated by Kiir in a bid to wreck the peace agreement signed in August last year.

On Monday, President Kiir replaced Machar as first vice president with Taban Deng Gai. Machar declared the move “illegal and a conspiracy” and renounced Gai as “not a member of the opposition group” since he dismissed him from the party a day before his nomination.

He said he expected the African Union and the United Nations to oppose Gai’s appointment and deem it null and void.

Gai, who first said his controversial nomination by a few of his party officials was “temporary” to fill a “vacuum” until Machar returns to Juba to give him back the seat, however, on Thursday declared that he will stay in the position permanently until elections are conducted in 2018, and called on Machar to either come back to Juba and live as a mere ordinary citizen or stay away and live in exile.

Machar’s opposition party has accused both President Kiir and his ally Gai of the conspiracy to destroy the peace agreement by compromising almost all of its significant provisions meant to change the country.

There are fears of a return to a “full scale war” in the country with even more devastating impact than in 2013 given the ongoing escalation of fighting around the capital.

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  • 30 July 07:27, by Khent

    The traitor has clearly lost his mind. How in the world can his forces march on Juba when they lost most of their territories in Upper Nile as well as their headquarters? Riek doesn’t even control his own hometown right now. This is just a ploy to force the hand of IGAD - an organisation that has proven itself wholly unsuited for the objectives that it ostensibly champions.

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    • 30 July 07:48, by Khent

      Riek was able to get supplies from Khartoum when he was in Upper (region) but he’s very removed from his long time allies and cannot get reinforcements unless he captures Juba through Jonglei. ST is nothing but a mouthpiece for the rebels and so I doubt some of their claims here.

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      • 30 July 17:22, by Mr Point

        In 2013 Malong tried to kill Riek and started civil war.
        In 2016 Malong tried to kill Riek and restarted civil war.
        From 2005 to 2013 there was no attempt to kill Riek and there was no civil war.

        Does South Sudan need war or peace?
        If you can live with Riek you can have peace.
        If you try to kill Riek you will have war.

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    • 30 July 09:23, by jubaone

      Khent,

      I mentioned it, jienges have a collective paranoia and dread Dr. Riak that it makes them depressive, rude and show irrational behavior. Jienges should channel this wrath to develop themselves which they are either foolish or outright lazy. The best they can is kill, loot and hoodwink as part of their lives.

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      • 30 July 23:14, by Khent

        jubaone

        Do you even know what paranoia is? Paranoia is the unwarranted belief that someone is out to do you harm. Now, I’m not sure if you’re suffering from early onset dementia in addition to your many mental afflictions, but Riek did murder tens of thousands of our civilians, allied himself with the enemy in an alliance that claimed hundreds of thousands of Dinka lives, so it’s not paranoia.

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        • 31 July 00:24, by Khent

          This is what Riek said to a journalist-historian in the wake of the 1991 split:

          He discounted tribalism as “from a different age”, though boasted that he has “not seen a Nuer who doesn’t support me.” In the same breath, he added, “if there is a tribal element, the Nuer would destroy all the Dinka.” (Me Against My Brother: At War in Somalia, Sudan and Rwanda, Scott Peterson)

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          • 31 July 00:25, by Khent

            "The atrocities committed are things [the Dinka] asked for”, he said. He claimed he had dictated what happened: “Fighting at Bor did not get out of control. I was in total control of how far the troops went. “(Me Against My Brother: At War in Somalia, Sudan and Rwanda, Scott Peterson)

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            • 31 July 00:25, by Khent

              Is this the same man that claims that he can unite the people of South Sudan!? How!? How will reconciliation be possible under him when he is guilty of having murdered -directly and indirectly- 30, 000 civilians!? He is a deceptive, mass murdering chauvinist. He has no genuine regard for democracy or equality. He has killed tens of thousands of civilians. He is tainted. He has no credibility.

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              • 31 July 00:26, by Khent

                Riek is a liar, a fraud, a traitor and a génocidaire. His well-documented record speaks for itself. He has gone on record proclaiming [with unrestrained glee] the supposed ability of his tribe to wipe out an entire tribe, following his massacre of unarmed civilians, but he soon found out that he was mistaken.

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                • 31 July 00:27, by Khent

                  His political, military and economic alliance contributed to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of lives and the misery of millions more. Riek was instrumental in Khartoum’s ability to not only take control of the oilfields but to secure them as part of his military alliance with the Ignaz Nazis...

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                  • 31 July 00:27, by Khent

                    ..And in doing so he enabled Khartoum to purchase billions of dollars in advanced and devastating weaponry, which was then unleashed on those that did not follow that death-deserving TRAITOR. As a direct consequence of Riek’s actions, Khartoum became infinitely stronger and their war [their Jihad on the South] intensified, resulting in the loss of hundreds of thousands of lives!

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    • 30 July 10:01, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

      Haaaaaaaa, Riek Machar, became a rebel leader once again, he lost control.

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  • 30 July 07:47, by Hardlinner

    Riek should know that he has been forced out of juba twice in 2013 and 2016. His claims are nothing lesss than rallying poorer nuer to join his suicide mission. I was indeed against hunting riek around juba to give peace achance. But since he is for war, government should despatch forces to hunt him down and arrest him or be chase back to pagak. Nuer should rethink their support to riek.

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    • 30 July 07:53, by Khent

      Hardlinner

      "Arrest" him? You’re far too kind... he deserves to be lynched. The fact that Salva has continuously failed to kill this man when the task couldn’t have been easier is one of the many reasons I believe he deserves to die.

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    • 30 July 07:59, by Akook

      Dr Riek is an indisputable leader of Nuer and other non-Dinka tribes and that is why government out of fear of elections keeps shooting him out of Juba.

      How and when are my Dinka people going to accept this fact and avoid living in ignorant of Machar. We all know if he orders today, White army can just walk on foot to Bor city without single resistant at all. UPDF withdrew from Bor...

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      • 30 July 08:08, by Akook

        ..and without Uganda army in Bor town, how far do you people think Bor is, from Juba? Machar has the capability to overrun Juba with known lightening speed of Nuer warriors but it would be hard to keep Juba in his control after overrunning it! That is a fact. Mogadishu style is exactly very close now in our watch. In fact Machar can easily overrun Juba. That is why citizens are evacuating Juba now

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        • 30 July 08:14, by Akook

          ... can anyone asks citizens now deserting Juba going back to Bhar el Ghazal, others moving to Uganda and Kenya?! If you ask them, they tell Juba is nowadays never going to be safe! Juba never safe from who? From Machar army in the event he orders them to move on!
          I would only allow my relatives to remain in Juba if UPDF returns and station in Bor town, the possible entrance to Juba.

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      • 30 July 08:08, by Khent

        Akook

        You’re not Dinka and if you are, renounce your identity and move out. After Riek’s forces committed massacres, they tried to move further South but Dinka soldiers under the command of Kuol Manyang defeated Riek’s troops in a large battle at Gut-Makur, a village just outside Mongalla...

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        • 30 July 08:10, by Khent

          ..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 — with Riek’s forces experiencing defeat after being pursued, hounded and cut down as far as Uror, Akobo, Nyirol, Yuai and Ayod - in the Nuer heartland. Where were the Ugandans when this took place?

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          • 30 July 08:13, by Khent

            Riek should first reclaim his home town, his former headquarter in Nasir and the capital of his home State (Bentiu) before he starts getting any lofty ideas about marching on the capital. Only retards (like you) believe this nonsense.

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            • 30 July 08:22, by Akook

              Kent..,

              I’m not only a Dinka but a central real Dinka unlike you from the peripheries of Dinka and a mixed of absorbed Nuer, Anyuak ..etc grouped and given a name BOR DINKA.
              The Bhar el Ghazal fought back Machar forces after they exterminate your fathers, mothers and grandparents in Bor in 1991. Who is Kuol to talk of? Now you are waiting whenever Machar opens his mouth, you run to storm the Nile

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              • 30 July 08:26, by Akook

                Now you don’t even know Bhar el Ghazal is not united to save your asses in Bor this time since unlike before in 1991, loots from government have divided us a great deal. Only Aweil deceived by Malong to fight for him are there. Mathiang Anyor has finished from last war and recent incident in J1 took over 2000 of them. Now Malong is back to street of Aweil to recruit few ..

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                • 30 July 08:30, by Akook

                  ...while other big areas in Bhar el Ghazal are sitting back knowing the fact of war itself as nothing but for position only. Others like you KENT from Bor are only here giving lips service like women, you have no backborne to resist Machar marching over your coward homeland. The government had money before to hired Uganda army to protect Bor and hired NUER WEW of Bentiu of Monytuiel family to...

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                  • 30 July 08:33, by Akook

                    ..help government take care of Bentiu. Now Mr fake Dinka called KENT. Where is your reserve this time to fund this war you are trying to re-manufacture??

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                    • 30 July 09:05, by Hardlinner

                      Akook, I question your dinkaness beyond reasonable doubt but khent is. Khent is nationalist dinka man like myself. Riek is just threat to dinka civilians and nuer too. None of us two support kiir on his politics and policies but would rather have kiir than riek. Riek is divisive and promoter of tribal wars. Kiir would be voted out by ballots not guns.

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                • 30 July 09:28, by Hardlinner

                  Akook, just be yourself. You are simply foolish Nuer without any senses of reasoning. Smart nuer have already withdrew their support from riek. Even the like of taban and many riek supporters in the government of national unity have learned riek tricks and quest for taking power through barrel of guns.

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                  • 30 July 20:59, by Khent

                    Hardliner

                    Thank you, brother. Kooks like Akook are clearly not Dinka and seem to think that feigning a Dinka identity will somehow give their anti-Dinka rhetoric added credibility but their far too transparent and are so easily exposed. We clearly need new leadership but Riek is not a viable alternative.

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              • 30 July 08:34, by Khent

                You’re a boot-licking kook, that’s what you are. I’m not even from Bor try again. The Dinka of Mading Bor never absorbed the Nuer or the Anyuak, you idiot. The Central Dinka conquered their current territorial holdings from the Jurbel, Luel and other tribes, so you’re not as ’pure’ as you think. Rumbek was taken from the Jurbel.

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                • 30 July 08:41, by Khent

                  Aweil are the backbone of the Dinka so feel free to abandon your kith and kin because I think the Dinka of Greater Upper Nile will be just fine with Aweil at our side. The Dinka of Upper Nile really should just form their own united force if there is substantial number of traitors like you in Bahr el Ghazal that want to divide the Dinka family just because Salva didn’t share his loot with you.

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            • 30 July 11:50, by Whortti Bor Manza

              Khent,
              I said several times that it is the UPDF, JEM, Congolese mercenaries fighting this war. Now the coffers of Kiir have run dry. Nothing to pay these cabals. Dr. Riek should not be in hurry, organize and retrain the Equatorians . They will do the job perfectly in no time. Don’t listen to these propaganda and fabrication of the Dinkas. We are fully behind you. It’s only a matter of time.

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              • 30 July 11:58, by Whortti Bor Manza

                Khent,
                By November, Kiir will be in the dustbin of history. All the Dinkas of Bahr Ghazal would have migrated to the Rep of Sudan in search of food. I have never seen the home town of a president prone to hunger like Warrap. Shame on you.

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              • 30 July 22:53, by Khent

                Whortti Bor Manza

                The Ugandans withdrew last year and you have yet to provide any evidence of these "Congolese mercenaries" that you keep on yapping about. JEM only took part in limited roles on an ad-hoc basis. Riek will not be able to come to power by force.

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                • 31 July 00:23, by Khent

                  November will pass without incident just like the other arbitrary dates you people have been setting since 2013. Riek will not be President by November or any other month after that, ever.

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      • 30 July 11:21, by viper

        How about the 2014 March to Juba that was being propagated for by Machar and his followers? Did it materialise? I believe no. Riek cannot March on his home town of Leer now leave alone Juba. Lou Nuer have realised who he is and have therefore quit the war. Riek should take advice from Taban Deng. Either go for exile, or come and stay as an ordinary citizen.

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  • 30 July 07:55, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

    Fools do not learn until they are caught by their tails. It is a matter of time when you shit in your pants in Juba. Watch out.

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    • 30 July 08:20, by Hardlinner

      Jur, if Riek can’t hold on to bor, malakal,bentiu n many other towns, what make u think capturing juba will be easy. Your attemp will be non other than suicide. Riek life was spared in juba to give peace a chance but since has disregarded civilians suffering in UN camps and across S. South, he deserve to be hunt n eliminated. S.sudan need peaceful transition of power not take over by force.

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  • 30 July 07:58, by Hardlinner

    Attack on juba city constitute crime against civilians and economy. No one including dinka should pose threat to city. Nuer should stay out of riek madness. The armies in both sides have people who like to benfit through chaos. Bor, malakal, unity were looted and destroyed by riek forces. The same could be say about some government soldiers who looted civilians property n businesses in juba.

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    • 30 July 08:16, by Khent

      Hardlinner

      Riek does not have the military capability to take Juba and so we shouldn’t afford him any more regard than he has already received. The fact that his forces have not been able to take any major towns in Upper Nile is telling.

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      • 30 July 08:40, by Hardlinner

        Khent, I was rather fictitious in my comments. In fact it is easy for riek to be kill than for him to capture juba. nuer be warn that your path under riek is posing great lose to your youths. Riek is mad dog and is there to kill you all. He knows quite well he can never defeat government no matter what. How would riek win when he is fight against 95% of S. Sudanese. 95% of S. Sudanese support ..

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      • 30 July 08:55, by Hardlinner

        Cont. Peaceful transition of power is what is needed in south sudan not rebellion. By comparison, it easy for syrians rebels to over throw assad than it is riek to defeat the government. Composition of riek rebels is 99% nuer in element.

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        • 31 July 02:44, by Khent

          Hardlinner

          I like the fact that you (like me) do not support either Salva or Riek and that you recognise that we cannot achieve a durable, long lasting peace with either of them. Unlike a certaim group of people there is no superstitious belief system that demands that we unconditionally support Salva Kiir. We can support anyone other than Riek.

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  • 30 July 08:52, by Dinka-Defender-General

    Machar is dreaming again. He doesn’t have a power or capacity to capture Juba. He doesn’t have soldiers to fight his greedy war. Also he is alone with politicians and commanders to help him. Let him try again to capture Juba. We will be waiting for them. Just do what you want to do.

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  • 30 July 08:56, by Freedom Fighter

    About half of Riek Machar’s forces were taken out by the mighty SPLA during 4 days of fight in Juba between August 8th through August 12th, 2016. He is now hiding with about only 400 White Army in the vulnerable area between Lakes and Western Equatoria States. They aren’t in the position to fight, and just Gleweng forces from Lakes state alone can take care of them very soon

    freedom Fighter

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    • 30 July 11:58, by choldit

      There is danger in juba right now!!! Why? Becoz:
      1. There are 100s of govt wounded Spla from frontline of juba-Yei road
      2. There are Spla- Salva Kiir who are reporting to UNMISS camps in juba and other camps in regions as we speak. They tell scary things about confronting Spla-Dr. Machar e.g. One of spla-Kiir CDR is burned to ash in pickup truck.
      3. The juba is being evacuated not only by civil po

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      • 30 July 12:07, by choldit

        ... continue population but also by Spla govt.
        4. It become clear that Spla govt runout of soldiers that why Malong have to go to Bar El Gazal to mobilise Dinka youth but will they leave their areas unguided from Spla-io in north just to come to juba to protect Malong and Kiir from Dr Machar?
        5. The AU/IGAD forces are dragging their feed as a sign to let us test our strengths. Dr Machar will know

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    • 30 July 12:10, by Whortti Bor Manza

      Freedom fighter,
      The SPLA cannot be mighty if it takes 4 days to dislodge a small force of 1300 IO soldiers using all types of armaments, tanks, artilleries and gunships. From eye witness the bodies of SPLA littered the roads along Gudelle road from Lou hospital up to jebel. These are facts known to residents of Juba. I hope you are a freedom fighter of Internet.

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      • 30 July 23:46, by Khent

        Whortti Bor Manza

        This ’government’ had no intention of wiping out Riek’s forces in Juba; it took very limited steps in response to the deaths of five of its soldiers. It was a message. Read the article on Sudan Radio Tamazuj. If their intention was to wipe out Riek’s forces and kill the traitor — the rat would be dead, and he would have deserved it.

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        • 30 July 23:56, by Khent

          It took over two (2) days for your SAF allies to defeat JEM in greater Khartoum (Omdurman) and another two (2) two days to complete mopping up operations even though JEM was not already stationed there, so perhaps one could come to the same conclusions about your allies.

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  • 30 July 09:01, by Maper

    What’s around Juba, Sudantribune? Which places in and around Juba that do not have names to be collectively referred to as ’around Juba’. Do not report like foreign medias who are not familiar with the geography of Juba and South Sudan. If Dr Riek is ’around Juba’, I suspect he has been hiding in foreign embassy or UNMISS compound in Juba.

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  • 30 July 09:33, by William Atak Garang.

    The future of our State is absolutely in dark the leaders should give peace a chance ! all in all it is the same South Sudanese losing their life in the protracted senseless. Riak has a great stubborn he will not accept the defeat and will keep mobilising Equatorian to support him in waging war in and around Juba. The solution is to sit down as South Sudanese to end the suffering.

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  • 30 July 12:22, by Thyinka

    Riek Machar’s thirst for power will spell his end.

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  • 30 July 13:41, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

    The solution to South Sudan nation is simple. The leadership in Juba must allow democracy to be implemented, secondly federalism must be introduced with ten states as administrative structures, thirdly all forms of freedom must be restored namely freedom of speech, association and press. No to tribalism, corruption, nepotism and racism.

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    • 30 July 20:16, by Eastern

      Jur,
      We are in pre 2000!in Equatoria. The moment we let dinkas Lord on us the mighty South Sudanese, we are finished. Dinkas have tucked their children and women in East Africa; we will unsettle them!

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      • 30 July 23:08, by Khent

        Eastern

        You didn’t let anyone do anything. The overwhelming majority of our people are in South Sudan so if you want to "unsettle" us, go ahead. Clarify something for me: Are you saying that you hope to "unsettle" Dinka women and children?

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    • 30 July 20:55, by jubaone

      Jur,

      Your thinking is befitting of people who have ethics and morals, who accept ethnic pluralism. Jienges are a distinct people who are encapsulated in their own barbaric world that knows no separate opinions. They are hoards and in their world there’s no room for individualism. That explains why they just don’t get on with other people.

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      • 30 July 23:32, by Khent

        jubaone

        Why don’t you ask the pluralistic Nuer to hand over Akobo (an area as large as Lebanon) to the Anyuak? Ask the pluralistic Nuer to hand over the similarly sized Longochuk County back to the Burun. They stole these areas in 1983 with the support of the Sudanese government

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        • 30 July 23:33, by Khent

          The Nuer killed Chol Odio, the Anyuak paramount chief in 2013. Are you really ignorant of the fact that the Mor Lou continue to encroach upon the lands of the Anuak? The Mor Lou routinely intimidate and kill the Anyuak in Akobo in order to displace them from their ancestral lands.

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          • 30 July 23:34, by Khent

            The people who have stolen the lands of the Anyuak and Burun are the same people that now pretend to be righteous by condemning a small group of Dinkas for stealing plots of land in Equatoria, while entire Nuer sub-sections take entire payams and counties the size of countries like Lebanon from smaller tribes.

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