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February 2, 2018 (JUBA) - In response to the repeated violations of a cessation of hostilities reached last December, U.S. administration has finally established a weapons embargo on South Sudan pointing to continued violence and brutality against civilians and humanitarian worker.

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SPLA soldier stands next to a machine gun mounted on a truck in Malakal town, on December 30, 2013 (Photo Reuters/James Akena)

"The Department of State today announces that it is implementing restrictions on the export of defence articles and defence services into South Sudan," said adding that "the United States is appalled by the continuing violence in South Sudan that has created one of Africa’s worst humanitarian crises".

The unilateral measure comes after several attempts by Washington to impose the weapons embargo but Moscow voiced its opposition to the move. Also, it is seen as emblematic because Juba imports its weapons from China, Ukraine and other eastern Europe countries.

"Specifically, the Department of State will amend the International Traffic in Arms Regulations to update the defence trade policy toward South Sudan by application of a policy of denial, with limited exceptions, on the export of defence articles and defence services to South Sudan, including all parties involved in the conflict," further said a statement released on Friday.

The South Sudanese warring parties signed a humanitarian truce to end violence and particularly allow aid workers to reach civilians in the conflict-affected areas across the country. Washington through the Troika was actively involved in the IGAD-brokered agreement.

However, President Festus Mogae last month last month told the IGAD council of ministers that aid workers continue to face difficulties to reach civilians despite a presidential decree ordering to facilitate the humanitarian access.

Also, speaking before the UN Security Council on 26 January deputy U.N. humanitarian chief Ursula Mueller warned that 1.5 million South Sudanese are on the brink of famine and 20,000 are already in famine conditions.

He further said over 5 million South Sudanese nearly half its population of 12 million are believed to be severely food insecure.

Some 2.4 million South Sudanese have fled to neighbouring countries and 1.9 million are displaced in the country since the start of the armed conflict in 2013.

The State Department said it is seeking support for a UN Security Council embargo on all arms flows into South Sudan and we called on all UNSC members to join Washington in supporting this action.

"The message must be clear – the United States, the region, and the international community will not stand idly by as innocent South Sudanese civilians are murdered. We will continue to take actions against those who foment violence and obstruct the peace process," further stressed the State Department.

Amnesty International issued a statement supporting the "long-overdue" weapons embargo by the American administration and called on the international community to follow the move.

“This long-overdue announcement by the Trump administration must spur the UN Security Council to take greater action to prevent further killings of civilians and other gross human rights violations in South Sudan, by imposing a comprehensive arms embargo to cut off the flow of weapons to the country," said the group.

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  • 2 February 22:56, by The Rhino

    Good job USA! The decision was bold and necessary.It took a while to get here but hey,we’ve to start from somewhere somehow.The Dinka government in South Sudan severely tormented and betrayed its innocent people.The Security Council should now join into a choir and pull the last strings tighter.War mongers and thieves in South Sudan must get onto their knees and face retributions!.....

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    • 2 February 23:04, by The Rhino

      ...Next step..REGIME CHANGE and Equatoria is ready to go. Ukraine,Bulgaria and Isreal, the main suppliers of weapons to South Sudan,Kenya and Uganda the coordinators and facilitators of arms deliveries should now recalibrate their policies with the United States to save themselves.But for now ...two thumbs up!!!

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      • 3 February 01:06, by The Rhino

        My dear Brothers,

        Jubaone,Eastern,Jur Likang,Nyesi Ta,Tilo,Sunday Junup,Joseph Canada and many more...keep on flaring and blazing.Its not over until its over.This time no mistakes!...Equatoria must get deep into the scenes.Our truest prophet Eastern has a lot to predict,his ratios are always good.Favorite and intelligent Jubaone has the wits and massive agility to slash, Jur Likang the moral....

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        • 3 February 01:18, by The Rhino

          ...instructor has the words to teach,Nyesi Ta,the authority for judgement,Tilo has the powers to orient,direct and bite if necessary,Sunday Junup the abilities to point out mistakes and kick ass if challenged,Joseph Canada the might to chock if threatened,and last but not least Rhino the volcano has the sledgehammer to struck for Equatoria. We are a team,a perfect team with dreams and goals...

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          • 3 February 01:21, by The Rhino

            ...for Equatoria.Lets keep this up...see you around!

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            • 3 February 02:51, by Kenyang ll

              The Rhino,
              Isn’t how worthless cowards react, celebrate victory more than braves who achieved them! You made this sound as if Equatoria is the one banning weapons export to South Sudan or as if you will get to Juba tomorrow, militarily. Let me inform you, once your emotion settled, you’ll wake up to realize this is just another ineffective embargo which won’t stop war or weapons, nor help you.

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              • 3 February 05:04, by The Rhino

                Kenyang II,

                C’mon emotional chicken brained Dinka idiot.You Dinka bastards seem to forget things so easily.South Sudan wasn’t in any way "liberated by your savage Jienge morons"..as you always claim to portray...no no,the country was liberated by the help of the powerful powers you once mingled with and now running away from,yes the United States of America.Remember Osama Bin Ladin,the.....

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                • 3 February 05:19, by The Rhino

                  ...terrorist who once was cosy with Omar El Bashir of Sudan...(’89s—’90s) Yes he (OBL) planed and destroyed the Tween Towers (WTCs Sept.11.2001), guess what,his actions woke up the meanest and ugliest demons of USA to pursue the maniac and his associates world wide.Omar El Bashir happened to have had dirty businesses with this Saudi errant.Maximum pressure was then mounted on.....

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                  • 3 February 05:31, by The Rhino

                    ...El Bashir to cut deals with John Garang who was fighting the Khartoum regime,all these subsequently led into the signing of the CPA in 2005.Few years before had it not been for all these circumstances,your todays useless SPLM/A movement would’ve ended up in thin air.You Dinka bastards are totally ungrateful...I bet all these are reflections of your primitive upbringings and cultures....

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                    • 3 February 05:42, by The Rhino

                      ...no clues for respect,dignity and decency.Now speaking of bravery,...why did your tribal big coward Kiir barely run to Museveni of Uganda for support in 2013 during the first outbreak of the War ...ya Kelib? You are such a pathetic bastard,fuck off!

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                      • 3 February 07:10, by Kenyang ll

                        The Rhino,
                        You can’t read and understand as you’re still inflated with your empty elation but nowhere did I deny help given to SPLA and South Sudan by friends. Again, this embargo sounds gigantic esp to hopeless low-life like yourself but in reality it’s just symbol, another ineffective project. South sudan is surrounded by six countries in addn to sky. I’d worry if it imports weapons from America

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                        • 3 February 07:46, by Kenyang ll

                          I don’t listen to nonsense. Before Bin Laden arrived in Sudan, United States was already there supplying Khartoum with tanks and ammos. By that time, SPLA was in full control of more than one third of South Sudan with armed help from Ethiopia, socialist regime supply by USSR. SPLA (not Kiir SPLM) is strong institution and will eventually thwart enemies in foreigner disguise as UN or traitors.

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                          • 3 February 15:27, by The Rhino

                            Kenyang II,

                            Once Equatoria has formed its own defense Army,only thing that we’ll see is smoke coming out of your asses back to Jiengelands.We’ll clean up Equatoria and make sure that thereafter no filthy Dinka ever put feet or squatter on our soils.Your crooked greedy Bantus (Museveni and U.Kenyatta) will one day quit the scenes leaving us with plenty of time to whip and stomp the shit....

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                            • 3 February 15:30, by The Rhino

                              ...out of you Jieng cockroaches.You’ll know your places in society...come 50 100 or more years!

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                              • 4 February 02:59, by Kenyang ll

                                The Rhino,
                                I will not respond to your pathetic wishes, talking rubbish as if Equatoria is a tribe. And who care even if it were? A war on Dinka wouldn’t be like fighting that wasteful President. Dinka know it well-earned, rightful place in South Sudan plus it’s almost half of the country. You can make noise as much you want but Dinka will always beat you in war or vote should need be.

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                      • 3 February 08:31, by jubaone

                        Rhino,
                        I’ve said that we must as a matter of survival, change our hospitality and goodness that had caused us this tragedy. Almost all these others have sought refuge in Equatoria and on the process have displaced our people from out ancestral lands. Only when these savages get back to their areas, we will have no peace. We’re not the shit 💩 hole for SS.

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              • 3 February 08:11, by jubaone

                Kenyang,
                Well, that is your jienge shit 💩. State resources have been diverted to arm half naked jienge savages who have terrorized our Equatorian populations. Now these cowards have encamped in Nimule, Mogale, Torit fleeing Nuer/Murle youth. Equatorians must first clean Nimule then Juba. Whether 2,5,10 or 50 years it’s a do-or-die goal. Period.

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                • 3 February 08:43, by Kenyang ll

                  Jubone,
                  Then what are you waiting in librating Nimule? ... how about i give you 100 years, would it be enough to gather breath (strength)? Cowards.
                  See, I have no problem with any South Sudan raising legitimate grievances and fight just war.

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                  • 3 February 09:46, by jubaone

                    Kenyang,
                    Your jienge attitude is why we feel you are just an "occupation force", settlers, bandits and drifters who have no homes except driven by hunger to migrate. A small well armed tribe like the Murles have been able to drive the shit out of you. But you have taken our passivity for cowardice and so for me no compromise whatsoever. Kokora or death. God forbid!

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                  • 3 February 09:51, by jubaone

                    Kenyang,
                    The jienge republic armed their own savages who in turn claimed to be fighters while terrorizing unarmed Equatorian civilians. If you were "brave" why have your worthless jienges from Bor all fled from Murles/Nuers to Nimule like fightened chicken? Jienges like you hide behind the "state" but should it be man-to-man, oh! that would be real "jienge shit"

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                    • 4 February 03:16, by Kenyang ll

                      Jubaone,
                      Many civilians from all tribes across South Sudan have guns acquired mostly by buying at some point since 1983. Thomas Cirilo, your Bariman just left the post of logistics, why didn’t he distribute you free guns if Dinka were doing it? Stop complaining.

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                      • 4 February 03:41, by Kenyang ll

                        I can’t speak for other South Sudanese who choose to live in one South Sudan town or another. My understanding for Nimule as a bordertown with Uganda, some are there for business purpose. But who knows, for an inferior like yourself, that may be an "occupation force."

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            • 3 February 09:59, by jubaone

              Rhino,
              Thank you. Only if that were possible, not the US arms embargo, but provision of sufficient arms and we duel it out with the jienges. Either they finish the rest off, or we them, simple. No need for stupid embargo. This assymmetrical war is costing us nerves. If jienges win, they take junub but if the rest win, then we take them as slaves, period. Afterall, they used to fetch us water.

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              • 3 February 17:00, by The Rhino

                Jubaone,

                Exactly,its kill or get killed.With proper training and smart hardware,Equatoria can change the game and the rest is history.United States has surely plenty of moves and capacity to do so...to get Equatoria charged to defend itself.Equatoria has now nothing more to loose than to get the job done!

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                • 3 February 19:26, by jubaone

                  Rhino,
                  During the 2006-2009, under Gen Salva Mathok Gengdut, they disarmed and demobilized 70% of Equatorian combatants replacing them with street thugs from Khartoum and luakjiengs who had not fought at all. This was to be very fatal as all our guns were taken and rerouted to jiengeland. The rest is history. We must regain the glory of our forefathers Equatorian Corps.

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        • 3 February 06:33, by Eastern

          Thanks The Rhino. I gather my intelligence from sources to reckon with.

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          • 3 February 17:17, by The Rhino

            Eastern,

            Marvelous! Please maintain that sniper position and keep on connecting the dots,great!

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    • 3 February 10:27, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

      Two things should happens as it is,
      Banning of weapons to South Sudan and possible sanction to the tops leaders should be place also.

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    • 3 February 14:29, by Marco A. Wek

      It is only symbolic. USAdoes not provide South Sudan with weapons. This current US administration does a lot of this symbolic. Example sanctions on Russia.

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  • 3 February 00:29, by Games

    I wouldn’t be blamed you guys for separation. Even I and others we will start our process for the Greatest Upper Nile region separation from those thirstily greedy powers angry

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  • 3 February 01:26, by dinkdong

    Like the Chinese and those eastern European countries will listen.

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  • 3 February 02:55, by john akeen

    You’re dancing and laughing and laughing today, but tomorrow the dance will turn into sorrow and a lot of depress, and your laugh will turn into cry and then it will turn into something call wail. Weapons embargo doesn’t mean public office will be hand over to Riek Machar or to anyone. Ask yourself, why other countries that killed many people and didn’t receive weapons embargo, why you?

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    • 3 February 04:09, by Games

      John Akeen
      Be prepared to leaves the country to its citizens if you are in the Bor-Town. Your Tribal army is going to be labelled as a negative forces soon in the region and will be replaced by professional army also known as IO.

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      • 3 February 04:35, by john akeen

        Hahahahaha. ya Games
        tell me how many time did al Bashir of Sudan received sanctions and weapons embargo and he still ruling the country? And tell me how many time Yoweri Museveni of Uganda received sanctions and weapons embargo and he still ruling the country?... Don’t dance before DJ play music, you can dance when Extra Musica song is playing or on

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    • 3 February 04:14, by john akeen

      I blame President Kiir for all of this mess understanding politics that is going on in this beautiful country and I blame him for being nice and honest with those awful brothers that he think they care about south sudanese people or for him, and I blame him for keeping Riek Machar those other politicians alive today. The main people that he supposed to get them kill before 2013 now they’re>>

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      • 3 February 04:18, by john akeen

        selling our country to white people, by underground talk

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    • 3 February 08:42, by jubaone

      John Akeen,
      You jienge are shit 💩 scared that this embargo will curb your stinking rape and killing sprees. I swear, had our boys/girls enough hardware, you scoundrels would smell real Equatorian shit 💩. You’re lucky that our short-legged Bantu neighbors are not supportive bcoz they have been paid off. But our goal is to get all our people back to their ancestral lands and jienges must quit.

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      • 4 February 00:45, by john akeen

        jubaone
        I know your broke ass lik to attack anybody on this site, but just to let you know son, don’t fuck with me. Don’t you barely living, we all know you got a seizures and you was almost die from it, you’re sick as hell son. I’m proud to be a Dinka just as you proud to be an Equatorian. You’re talking shit while you’re hiding in the closet. Bitch come out the closet and talk like a men

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  • 3 February 05:06, by Mayendit

    The following of Southern Sudanese traitors list will be happy about news on banning young nation from buying weapons oversee.
    1. Dr. Riek Machar Teny. 2 Dr. Majak D. Agot.3 Dr. Lam Akol.4 Pagan Amum.5 Rebecca Nyandeng Garang and his Son 6 Mabior Garang. 7 Former governor of former Western Equatoria col, Joseph Bangasi Baksoro and the lists goes on. I think these people have already done party.

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    • 3 February 15:15, by jubaone

      Mayendit,
      You jienge scoundrel, how could all the best brains of SS be traitors? They simply don’t want to be led by an idiot who is a school dropout and is less intelligent. Your analogy is that of a luakjieng, a primitive and dung carrier.

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  • 3 February 05:16, by Mayendit

    Although there is a level of frustration by Southern Sudanese people and our friends like US. UK. and others friends in the world apparently, I wouldn’t support banning 7 years Old child not to be feed by their parents. South Sudanese people have gained its independence in 2011 and if you think about the way child should be handle then, you will not talked about ban new nation from buying weapons.

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  • 3 February 05:16, by Mayendit

    Although there is a level of frustration by Southern Sudanese people and our friends like US. UK. and others friends in the world apparently, I wouldn’t support banning 7 years Old child not to be feed by their parents. South Sudanese people have gained its independence in 2011 and if you think about the way child should be handle then, you will not talked about ban new nation from buying weapons.

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  • 3 February 05:17, by Mayendit

    Although there is a level of frustration by Southern Sudanese people and our friends like US. UK. and others friends in the world apparently, I wouldn’t support banning 7 years Old child not to be feed by their parents. South Sudanese people have gained its independence in 2011 and if you think about the way child should be handle then, you will not talked about ban new nation from buying weapons.

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  • 3 February 05:28, by Mayendit

    There are many things going to Southern Sudanese people’s minds now, because it has been long time our people being killed, suffering and properties damaged just because of Riek Machar political problems. Riek Machar goes and come back but never change his attitude and I am suggesting, he is the real enemy of Southern Sudanese people. He would have been arrested if Salve Kiir was smart and capable

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    • 3 February 07:01, by Eastern

      Mayendit,

      You can continue wailing on the disaster the tribal regime in Juba brought on itself. If you are contented in Mayendit, you as well cross over to Tonj East, Bahr el Ghazal.

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  • 3 February 05:34, by Dinka-Defender-General

    Why do you guys repeat the same topic twice? For instance, yesterday you wrote "U.S to impose arms embargo on S. Sudan to end war: report." Now, you rewrite "U.S. bans weapons export to South Sudan." What is the different between these topics? It is the same right?

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  • 3 February 05:47, by Mayendit

    Well, the negative and positive on banning 7 years Old young nation from buying weapons outsider are as follows:
    1. The conflicts would not stop even if there is ban in place.2 It may hurt relation between US and South Sudan.3 The real genocide could happen. 4 Maybe China and Russia would sees as a good opportunity for them if our relation are not smoothly with America’s government.

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    • 3 February 07:23, by john akeen

      Mr. Mayendit
      I like your comment.

      For the people that don’t know Amrecan, Americans will kill you and feed you at sometime. Americans the want you to be poor so they can control your food and to make money out of your resources, having a good resource is like you’re a big frog dealer. you need to be careful or some other deala will take what you have

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      • 3 February 07:43, by Koryom2

        John Akeen,
        Only a South Sudan fool living under the rock stills doesn’t see that their damn US & the UK & their UN are the ones who are against a genuine peace in our country. Their US, the UK, their UN, their NGOs & allies have lost leverage over our country. They are against the "national dialogue" since the national dialogue doesn’t them, the US, the UK, the UN, NGOs & their creepy allies>>>>

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        • 3 February 07:48, by Koryom2

          an absolute control over our country & our people. But as always we have some of our South Sudanese idiots who have sold their souls to evil corporate America, Europe, the UN & NGOs. And they are the same traitors being used by their foreign masters in foreign countries as their blackmails & bargaining cards to the current government. And they have their followers who keep crying of "ana taban">>>

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          • 3 February 07:55, by Koryom2

            that people are suffering while at the same time, they are refusing the national dialogue----the only surest way to iron out the differences right here inside South Sudan. Than the so-called high level revitalization forum (HLRF) being traded around in foreign countries----a nonsense that has nothing to do with the South Sudanese people interests. But the US, the UK, their UN, NGOs & some>>>>

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            • 3 February 08:01, by Koryom2

              of their allies are the ones who would want to negotiate their evils selves into our country to come & plunder it like they had/are doing in DRC, CAR, Libya or other countries. If the US, the UK, their UN, NGOs & some of their creepy are not after their own dirty interests in our country, then why are the criminals bring their damn ar*ses to South Sudan to come & negotiate their interests in side

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              • 3 February 08:06, by Koryom2

                our country & in front of South Sudanese people? This is simply because the South Sudanese would come & immediately realize that the US, the UK, their UN, NGOs & some of their creepy allies in between are not after South Sudanese people peace after all, but are after their own selfish ends & South Sudanese would be enraged & even>>>>

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                • 3 February 08:11, by Koryom2

                  come out onto streets & demand the criminals to the hell out of our country with their own selfish dirty interests against our country & our people. The US, the UK, their UN, their NGOs & some their damn allies in between would rather always keep the South Sudanese people’s peace behind the closed doors in the hotels, brothels & bars of Adis Ababa. Where the criminals would always have a luxury>>>

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                  • 3 February 08:16, by Koryom2

                    to draft their damn documents that are solely after their own selfish interests & push into their puppets/stooges & the government of South Sudan to sign by force & hope that their un implementable documents would come & be implemented in South Sudan. Some South Sudanese are understanding that their US & allies are the ones who have taken our country & our people’s hostage. But with times, they>>>

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                    • 3 February 08:26, by Koryom2

                      would eventually understand the grandest dirty sinister project being played against our country & our people by the criminals who called themselves our allies. The traitors like Rebecca Nyandeng, Pagan Amuom, Majak Agoot, Thomas Cirillo, Lam Akol & Co. have been asked to come back to South Sudan, come join the national dialogue, register their own damn parties & help in the amendment>>>

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                      • 3 February 08:33, by Koryom2

                        of our final Constitution before general elections. But the traitors are refusing---they want to re-negotiate their damn selves to be re-instated into their old positions. Something that is gonna happen. Some South Sudanese have now even realized that these traitors are not even after this so-called HLRF in Adis Ababa, but their foreign masters>>>>

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                        • 3 February 08:40, by Koryom2

                          Even their US, the UK, their UN & their NGOs have outsourced their dirty hard lifting to their lackeys in the AU & some of their IGAD countries & took a back seat while they are the ones paying for their hotels, brothels & bars in Adis Ababa bills. Why are some South Sudanese are so ignorant to under stand as to why the criminals are so much fixated to our country & our people’s problems>>>

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                          • 3 February 08:53, by Koryom2

                            when there are a lot of problems in DRC, CAR, Libya, Darfur, Nuba Mts, Southern Blue Nile, ethiopia, Somalia & even Kenya? Because South Sudan is a country where any trash on earth would want to come & spew his/her lungs out at her. Because South Sudan is considered by some fools that our country was midwifed with generosity of other countries & hence, we are expected to welcome & any trash>>>>

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                            • 3 February 08:56, by Koryom2

                              on the face of earth to come & lecture us their damn bullshits.

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                              • 3 February 09:31, by Kenyang ll

                                Kuch/Koryom 2,
                                An intruder may try but can’t get into well guided and protected home. So, time off from UN. UK, US.... and when return tomorrow, try to offer your opinion on failed leadership in Juba. They are the real problem not intruders. Or untill you go down and fix something about that home, going around neighborhood saying intruder, intruder will not help.

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            • 3 February 10:07, by jubaone

              Kuch/Koryom2
              National Dialogue is just an empty jienge thrash that has no real thematic component or agenda. Dialogue on what? The rest have no time sitting and idling all day under lalob trees as if talking over castrated bulls or heifers. We have urgen and productive work to do. We leave this market-like talks to agamlongs.

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      • 3 February 08:26, by john akeen

        I mean drug dealer

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  • 3 February 10:34, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

    South Sudanese leaders are not interested to the life if their belove one but they are care of their power and possibility corruption that they are exercising.
    I wise US and partners to extend the sanction to the top authorities at the sides of government and the rebels groups.

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  • 3 February 10:39, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

    United States President Donald Trump is not easy he is not passed Presidents in the US.
    Many thanks to Donald Trump measures.

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  • 4 February 08:29, by Angelo Achuil

    Good & Bad of the ban
    Good = USA wants to make Kiir’s administration know it is sick of its blunders and that Trump and his allies like Israel and UK will continue to squeeze and choke it like Kim Jong’Un. Bad = Like in North Korea, the ban will not stop the flowing of arms to South Sudan as long as EAC had interest. Option: Target bad individuals frustrating peace instead of the whole nation.

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