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April 23, 2018 (JUBA) - South Sudan president Salva Kiir said his country was being punished by western powers for not paying for their support in the long civil war against neigbouring Sudan.

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President Salva Kiir addresses the nation at the South Sudan National Parliament in Juba, November 18, 2015. (Photo Reuters/Jok Solomon)

The South Sudanese leader said it is a culture among African people to pay back without being reminded of the support they received from those who provided needed support and the time of need.

“The country is suffering today because of the punishment we are getting from western countries. They think they support they gave during the war of liberation struggle is not being returned,” Kiir told members of the African Union Peace and Security Council last week.

He added, “And they [western powers] have asked me several times in private meetings with their business representatives that whether we still remember those who stood by our [South Sudan] side during the war and how we intend to recognize their role”.

The president did not, however, name any of these western powers he hinted on.

Kiir, a former rebel commander, said he and his colleagues are aware of the support the western powers and African leaders had given the people of South Sudan during different times, but stressed that the continuation of ongoing civil war did not necessarily mean his government does not recognize and appreciate western support.

“We know countries in the west and in Africa which stood by our side during the war. We have mentioned them in our functions and through formal engagement and when writing to them on official and private matters. We do this because we value the support they gave us but this does not mean they teach us how to recognize and appreciate the support,” further stressed the South Sudanese leader.

“It is an African culture and traditions that one returns what he received from the giver without being told to pay back. Because of this, we tell our friends in the west to not take side in a dispute between the same people, brothers and sisters”, he added.

The South Sudanese civil war is an ongoing conflict in South Sudan between forces of the government and opposition forces. In December 2013, President Kiir accused his former deputy Riek Machar and ten others of attempting a coup d’état.

The fighting has killed tens of thousands of people and displaced millions of the country’s about 12 million population.

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  • 24 April 07:53, by Sunday Junup

    What you are contributed to publication not the reality

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    • 24 April 10:12, by Khent

      Ah, so it was the West that directed ’officials’ in Juba to steal close to $20 billion since the Interim Period? This is all just scapegoating nonsense. There is no force on earth that can compromise a well managed government dutifully serving its people.

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      • 24 April 11:22, by Kuch

        Mr. Khent,
        "officials’ in Juba to steal close to $20 billion since the Interim Period?"
        Why You have been told time & time again that there is a massive corruption that was done in our country by some corrupt criminals in the current govt & those traitors & thieves, of Pagan Amuom, Rebecca Nyandeng, Majak Agoot & Co. Who are being held hostage in foreign countries by their masters from the US,>>>

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        • 24 April 11:30, by Khent

          Koryom

          Your insistence on laying the blame entirely at the feet of the government’s opponents is pathetic. How many times must you be told that they are *all* corrupt? Is Salva Kiir just an innocent absentee landlord in all of this?

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          • 24 April 11:37, by Kuch

            Kiir is corrupt & so do many others in the current & the oppostions. Do you remember that Mr. Salva Kiir even sent out 75 letters asking some govt officials & the traitors & thieves in being hostage in foreign countries to returned their money the stole from the South Sudan people’s back in 2012? An account was even set up in Kenya to return the fraudulent acquired money>>>

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            • 24 April 11:45, by Kuch

              from the South Sudanese people. Only one or two with integrity are alleged to have done so. I have no concrete prove though. But to be honest with you Mr. Khent, that is $20 billion dollars figure you often quoted is not true. Mr. Khent buddy, first check from Malok Aleeng, the then governor of CBOSS & Arthur Akuiendit, the then minister of Finance right after the 2005 CPA>>>

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              • 24 April 11:54, by Kuch

                Malok Aleng is from your so-called Twic East & Arthur Akuiendit is Mading Awiel or Malual Giernyang. They can advised you chap of went wrong if you know the real truth. But Malok Aleng is unfortunately dead. And dead people tell no tales. But the still living people who are very honest, would always try to help the dead from being soiled for cheap political gimmicks>>>

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                • 24 April 12:01, by Kuch

                  Mr. Khent,
                  Many SPLM/A soldiers were never paid during our genuine war of independence since 1983. And when the CPA was signed, and the South Sudanese people currency with our Dr. John Garang given ’out as a legal tender’ in our country. Everybody wanted to be. War was considered over with our cloned so-called arab North Sudan. And no one can blame our people from asking their dues, since>>>>

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                  • 24 April 12:08, by Kuch

                    they have selflessly fought for our country with no pay for nearly 21 years & with a well armed army with pays in those 21 years. But many South Sudanese people with brains in the current govt & those who are now in foreign countries trying to sell out country to their foreign masters from the US, the UK, their UN, their NGOs, their evil juus & some of their creepy allies in between,>>>

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                    • 24 April 12:19, by Kuch

                      in exchange for power. Made a big & very good decision, and that is what remain as their only achievement in our post independence South Sudan. The cloned so-called arabs North Sudan was not going to let our country go & are still doing so some of these days with help of the US, the UK, the EU, their evil juus, their gulf Arab state & some of their creepy allies in between against our country>>>

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        • 24 April 11:30, by Kuch

          the UK, their UN, their sleazy NGOs, their evil juus & some of their creepy allies in between in Nairobi, Adis Ababa, Khartoum & other countries. Mr. Khent, where did you get $20 billion dollars figure from? First of all start from Pagan Amuom the money he stole from SPLM coppers in 2004 & 2005>>

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          • 25 April 01:54, by Khent

            Kuch

            Here’s evidence for my claim that close to $20 billion dollars has been stolen or squandered in South Sudan since 2005:

            https://thesentry.org/reports/south-sudan/

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            • 25 April 01:56, by Khent

              From the report:

              The signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in 2005 between Sudan and the SPLA was followed by large increases in government funds. In 2004, the total revenue managed by the SPLM Ministry of Finance was $120,000,14 but by 2006 it had expanded to $1.7 billion, and between 2008 and 2014, South Sudan’s total budget was SSP 52 billion, or US$18.2 billion.

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              • 25 April 02:03, by Khent

                Do you actually expect me to believe that foot soldiers got their hands on the Nation’s money - thereby accounting for the systemic and crippling corruption?! That’s nonsense; it’s ’officials’ and politically connected Generals that siphoned the Nation’s wealth. I also find fault with your reasoning regarding Western ’investment’...

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                • 25 April 02:13, by Khent

                  If -per your account- the corrupt traitors in Juba actually did travel to the United States in search of business investment... then they are even more incompetant than I thought possible; they deserved the rebuff they received; business is not at all possible without government investment into infrastructure...

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                  • 25 April 02:24, by Khent

                    ..And Juba has not even attempted to embark on any infrastructure building program; A Nation with no electricity grid, roads, highways, schools and hospitals is not an atractive business environment. And it’s just impossible when that same Nation has no law & order to speak of. It’s not the responsibility of any foreign government to spur economic growth in our country.

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                    • 25 April 04:14, by Kuch

                      Mr. Khent,
                      most of the tanks & other war machines were bought from Ukraine & other countries from that so-called $20 dollars of yours & that was the only good deed Mr. Salva Kiir & some of his current govt officials & some thieves & traitors being held hostage in foreign countries by their foreign masters>>>

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                      • 25 April 04:32, by Kuch

                        as their bargaining chips to crawl themselves back into our country again. Mr. Khent, some South Sudanese were very mindful idiot & were preparing for confrontation with our cloned so-called cloned arab North Sudan had they play around up with our independence & that was why a lot tanks & other war machines were bought idiot>>>

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                        • 25 April 04:51, by Kuch

                          But many fools & sellout South Sudanese in foreign countries like you Mr. Khent often take things at face value without first come & invest on the ground what is really what? Mr. Khent, some of you cowards so-called Twic East & their in-laws like Mr. Pagan Amuom are pretty much bitter about the ’privileges & perks’ they used to have under Dr. John Garang>>>

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                          • 25 April 04:59, by Kuch

                            during our genuine war of independence. And now, the losers like Mr. Majak Agoot, Rebecca Nyandeng, her ugly son, Adwok Nyabe, Peter Gadet, Pagan Amuom, Riek Machar, Mr. Changson, Lam Akol & other losers in between, want play games with our country & our people in foreign countries with their foreign masters, simply because they want to be included in the current govt?>>>

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                            • 25 April 05:08, by Kuch

                              tell these losers to dream again Mr. Khent, dreaming is not a crime chap. Mr. Khent, have a look on this:
                              1. Hon. Gabriel Changsong Chang
                              FDP/SSAF
                              2. Hon. Pagan Amum Okiech
                              FDs>>>

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                              • 25 April 05:11, by Kuch

                                3. Chairman
                                Dr. Lam Akol
                                NDM
                                4. Chairman
                                Gen. Bapiny Monytuil
                                SSLM/A
                                5. Chairman
                                Gen. Peter Gadet Yak
                                SSUM/A

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                                • 25 April 05:19, by Kuch

                                  6. Chairman
                                  Dr. Gatweth K. Thich
                                  UDRA?? Mr. Khent, l know may not even try to question the last alleged last party "Chairman
                                  Dr. Gatweth K. Thich
                                  UDRA" because you are just part of another loser of these losers l have posted above>>>

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                                  • 25 April 05:27, by Kuch

                                    Mr. Khent,
                                    The infrastructures that your corporate criminals are after to come & invest in them were "pipelines" that the cloned Arabs of North Sudan even took as their own, but were built on the our oil fields collateral by the Chinese companies and the cloned arabs of North Sudan don’t even a dime on these pipelines>>>

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                                    • 25 April 05:35, by Kuch

                                      What are your Twic East cowards like Majak Agoot, Rebecca Nyandeng, her ugly son, your in-laws like Pagan Amuom, Adwok Nyabe, Uyai Deng Ajak, Lam Akol. Peter Gadet, Gabriel Changson and bunch of other Nuers losers waiting in Nairobi, Adis Ababa Or Khartoum? To be brought back to our country by your foreign masters from the US, the UK, their UN,>>>

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                                      • 25 April 05:48, by Kuch

                                        their sleazy NGOs, their evil juus & some of their creepy allies in between, like ethiopia, North Sudan & even Kenya in some small extent some of these days? Mr. Khent, if were not intertwined with our ’Nuer ke Nyantooc & Shilluks’ traitors we would have thought about something ’sinister’ that l will pass to mention on these forum, Mr Khent chap>>>

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                                        • 25 April 06:00, by Kuch

                                          The sentry project that you link as your source about the corruption in our country:https://enoughproject.org/blog/introducing-sentry
                                          https://docs.sentry.io/api/projects/
                                          Mr. Khent, if the evils like these are what you use as your evidence about the corruption here in South Sudan, then you are wasting your time & our time idiot,>>>

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                                          • 25 April 08:14, by Kuch

                                            Mr. George Clooney, John Prendergast, the greatest charlatan of of all times, Mr. Barack Obama, Ms. Hilde Johnson who was the head of UNIMISS, Ms. Susan Paige then US ambassador ot ou country Mr. Khent are *HOLLY WOOD* criminals who wanted to games with our country.>>>

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                                            • 25 April 14:14, by Khent

                                              Kuch

                                              I find it hilarious that a person from Mading Bor has the nerve to label another Dinka section cowards. Mading Bor is synonymous with cowardice, so thanks for the laughs. Return your people from Greater Equatoria, and then perhaps your words may actually sting. ROFL!

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                                              • 25 April 14:25, by Khent

                                                People like Akuot De Mayen and Arok Thon Arok were just some of the many political figures from Twic-east that John Garang systematically targeted...educated people that were a threat to his position and power, so there goes your pathetic accusation that Garang favored Twic-east and gave them priviledges. Even people like Samual Gai Tut and Nyuon Bany were originally from Twic-east...

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                                                • 25 April 14:30, by Khent

                                                  Wait, you actually think that Salva Kiir has adequately armed South Sudan and that he at least deserves praise for that? ROFL! A small batch of outdated, second hand T-72 tanks from Belarus and Ukraine is not even remotely sufficient in light of the billions that are unaccounted for. Where are the S-300PMU2 batteries? Where are the Mig-35s? Where is the rocket artillery? Where are the SU-25s?

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                                                  • 25 April 14:37, by Khent

                                                    ..Where are the Ka-52 helicopters? Where are the strategic and tactical drones? Where is the military industrial complex? Why do we not even produce our own bullets when Khartoum’s MIC actually manafactures and or assembles an assortment of small arms, AFVs, mortars, artillery, MBTs and even drones?

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                                                    • 25 April 14:42, by Khent

                                                      ..If Salva Kiir had acquired these platforms and embarked on a program to transform our rebel oriented ’army’ into an advanced and modern conventional army... we would have all our fathers lands - including Abyei and Kafia Kingi. No one would even dare to think of taking up arms in an attempt to gain political power. You’re worthless little mind is impressed by rusted T-72 tanks. LOL!

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                                                      • 25 April 14:51, by Khent

                                                        Traitors like you support joining the Arab League, rejecting Abyei’s Referendum, rehabilitating, employing and empowering Bashir’s boot-licking Junubin advisors in lieu of those have been loyal since 1983. You worthless twits failed to build an alternative pipeline and negotiated the most obscenely disadvantageous oil transit fees in the history of mankind — 10x the international rate...

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                                                        • 25 April 14:55, by Khent

                                                          ..And you have the nerve to call people sell-outs? You should hang for applying for observer status in the Arab League. We lost 2 million people to Arab slave raids in the 19th century and another 2 million since 1955... That’s 4 million of our people that have bee dishonoured by death-deserving traitors like you. I don’t advocate ever submitting to any foreign power - under any circumstances...

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                                                          • 25 April 15:19, by Khent

                                                            ..And if it is true that the West does want Salva gone, then we must keep in power for at least another 10 years until we determine the time, nature and circumstances of his departure - just to let them know that WE (unlike other Africans) are not their subservient playthings. We are proud, strong, Sovereign people...

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                                                            • 25 April 17:09, by Khent

                                                              I have yet to see concrete evidence for Juba’s coup claim, but Riek does have a long history of subversively associating and relying upon Western business interests. British business interests and individuals like Tiny Rowland were instrumental in providing Riek with certain supplies and support in the 90s...

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                                                              • 25 April 17:12, by Khent

                                                                Riek Machar linked up with Western instruments of regime change (IRI) in 2013. The International Republican Institute is an offshoot of the National Endowement for Democracy, which is an unofficial derivative of the CIA. The National Endowement for Democracy deposes elected Presidents and governments by orchestrating coups and "colour revolutions".

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                                                                • 25 April 17:13, by Khent

                                                                  The IRI is just one [1] of the four [4] organisations that the NED [CIA] controls and funds. And here they are: The International Republican Institute (IRI), the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI), the Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), and the American Center for International Labor Solidarity (ACILS).

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                                                                  • 25 April 17:14, by Khent

                                                                    “Freedom House” and the Soros Foundation are also of keen interest; they too partake in these geopolitical maneuvers. These organisations were responsible for the coup d’etat that removed the former President of Haiti, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, after he refused to comply with the neoliberal economic policies of the Washington-Wall street consensus.

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                                                                    • 25 April 17:15, by Khent

                                                                      These organisations were also responsible for the so called colour revolutions of Eastern Europe and the Caucasus; the “rose revolution” installed a compliant, NATO aligned puppet in Georgia; the “orange revolution” did the same thing in the Ukraine… and it goes on and on and on.

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                                                                      • 25 April 17:16, by Khent

                                                                        The people of South Sudan should be very careful with anyone that aligns himself with organisations with this kind of track record. The little that is left of our *SOVEREIGNTY* is at stake. We must be extremely careful in our dealings with ’Western’ powers, lest we become yet another DRC.

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                                                                        • 25 April 17:17, by Khent

                                                                          I am quite certain that the late Dr. John Garang De Mabior was removed precisely because he stood in the way of these very same people. Dr. John Garang had a vision for the entire East/Central African region, and that certainly did not meld with the plans and policies of the Washington-Wall street consensus and the Anglo-American establishment.

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    • 24 April 18:53, by garrak1520

      The financial support was based on implementation of democracy, rules of law in all its forms, not dictatorship. You turn S.Sudan into your own property, hoarding, punishing, starving the people you fought for. Time to leave and let someone else take the lead. Yes, USA, EU, Russia, China are all interested in S.Sudan natural wealth but rules of law must be respected for S.Sudan to prosper.

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    • 24 April 19:08, by garrak1520

      Kiir has never ever accepted responsibility for the ills of South Sudan. You cannot just shift the blame, sir. Be a man accept some responsibility. As for you to resign as part to the solution of South Sudan civil war, I think it is noble for you to do so; many people are suffering because of your so-called Coup d Etat which was a lie. Just go, you fail yourself, the nation, Africa and the world.

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  • 24 April 08:09, by Theallseeingeye

    Kiir
    what do western countries have to do with the internal leadership of this state? I though you said its a sovereign independent state! Do you mean to tel us that you are not actually the one who is running the affairs of this country but rather a puppet being remotely control by the Western world? so, if you don’t pay them they can ruin South Sudan?! OMG, that a total submission!

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    • 24 April 08:21, by Kuch

      Theallseeingeye,
      You losers & idiots often claim to be more knowledgeable about how the real world operates. Mr. Salva Kiir is right on this one, however him & some of the senior officials now in the govt & in oppositions& and bunch of our lowly informed South Sudan’s citizenry are equally to blame. Salva Kiir cannot solve South Sudan & South Sudanese people’s problems alone>>>

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      • 24 April 08:27, by Kuch

        But here in South Sudan, we complaint too much & do little. We have all the lands we need that our grand great fathers, our fathers & our own selves, have gallantly fought over to protect foreign invaders. But we are not using our lands, some of just want to be fed UN free rations & complaint day & night about the misuse of resources, corruptions and all>>>

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        • 24 April 08:33, by Kuch

          while they are not doing any to help their damn own selves. And if you us these South Sudanese lazies, what kind of taxes they really pay to the govt? Then they will even accused you that you may be one of those they accused to have misused the ’resources or Corrupt’. Yes, the is a lot of corruption in South Sudan just like in other countries. But we do a really problem here in South Sudan>>>

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          • 24 April 08:41, by Kuch

            We have a huge population which is so ’illiterate & backward’ to deal with and we also have some lowly informed politicians who don’t anything beyond their villages and Salva Kiir name & their so-called JCEs. Everybody knows, our country depends on oil revenues & a few tariffs collected on the Uganda & Kenya borders and that is it. And we just want the government to dispute people free money!>>>

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            • 24 April 08:48, by Kuch

              Go to countries like Kenya, ethiopia, Kenya or even North Sudan. How much free money is distributed by those govts to their citizens? None that l know off. But the attitudes our people and some of our lowly informed politicians have is what is being exploited by some criminals from the West & they are not going to back off our backs if we don’t realize that our country & our people have been>>>

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              • 24 April 08:54, by Kuch

                taken hostage by these so-called West criminals who claimed to have been our messiahs. Fellows, Mr. Salva Kiir is very weak, he cannot personally defense his own good deeds, but he just others to defense his records or deeds. But this is not going to be feasible in the long run. Let me tell you this fellows & I repeated it time & time again on this forum>>>

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                • 24 April 09:00, by Kuch

                  Right after our country’s independence in 2011, Mr. Salva Kiir took almost all his entire cabinet minsters to Washington to go & asked the US investors to come & investors to come & invest in our country then that war was over. Mr. Salva Kiir & cabinet ministers were curtly rebuffed by the US investors that there were no infrastructures in South Sudan for them to come & invest in them>>>>

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                  • 24 April 09:05, by Kuch

                    Mr. Salva Kiir & his cabinet ministers returned to South Sudan empty handed. Remember fellows, the US people were given the first priority over other countries that the South Sudanese resepected by then govt of South Sudan & this was precisely because the South Sudanese people considered the American people to have stood with us during our trying times>>>

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                    • 24 April 09:11, by Kuch

                      But the US investors turned down the govt of South Sudan & the South Sudanese good gesture by citing lack of infrastructures in our country for them to come & invest in them. But when Mr. Salva Kiir then govt asked the Chinese investors to come & invest in our country, the Chinese investors agreed that will invest in our country>>>

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                      • 24 April 09:17, by Kuch

                        But when the criminals in then Barack Obama’s white house learned that the Chinese were going to trade with the South Sudanese people, they went berserk & wanted a regime change of Mr. Salva Kiir & his allies. Salva Kiir & his then govt officials became ’communists & socialists’ overnight & were deemed dangerous to *European & American interests* in Africa & were to be removed from power at all>>>

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                        • 24 April 09:22, by Kuch

                          costs & replaced with their puppets/stooges that they can go & micro-managed in Washington, Wall Streets, London, Brussels, Paris, Dubai, virgin, Bermuda, Cayman islands or some other shady countries were the criminals in the US or Europe & their puppets/stooges go & bank their loots in. And these US & European puppets were Riek Maxchar, Pagan Amuom, Majak Agoot & Co>>>

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                          • 24 April 09:28, by Kuch

                            and that is how the 15/12/2013 coup was hatched fellows. But when the West sinister project against our country & our people regime change by force was thwarted, the US & her allies nudged their Riek Machar puppet to run to Adis Ababa to & negotiate with Mr. Salava Kiir govt & this was done purposely for US, the UK & their UNIMISS to save their evil faces only>>>

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                            • 24 April 09:37, by Kuch

                              But the US, the UK, their UN, their NGOs, the IGAD countries & other countries of Nigeria, Chad, Algeria, Rwanda, South Africa that don’t have any damn borders with South Sudan were deliberately included in those negotiations. And this was simply because South Sudan’s was being Geo-politically experimented as NEW WORLD ORDER UN govt of experiment>>>

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                              • 24 April 09:51, by Kuch

                                And this so-called ARCISS:http://www.sudantribune.com/spip.php?article56093 document was drafted by the US, the UK, Norway, their UN & their sleazy NGOs & the so-called IGAD-PLUS countries & tossed it the govt of South Sudan & their Riek Machar & Pagan Amuom puppets/stooges to sign the damn document by force. The traitors signed the damn document but the govt of South Sudan refused to sign it>>>

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          • 24 April 09:55, by Midit Mitot

            Kuch,

            You people don,t fell shame for sure,your leadership has failed and taking back this country an yet still supporting it. Sorry government of fools!!!!

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            • 24 April 11:19, by jubaone

              Kuch aka koryom2,
              Just tell our esteemed readers, how much the Kiirminal is intending to pay back to Western powers for spening close to $20b in support?

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              • 24 April 20:19, by South South

                jubaone,

                Shut up and leave Kiir alone. You can work on gathering 20 of your uncles to hunt a rat for you, that’s your job.

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        • 24 April 08:43, by Theallseeingeye

          Kuch
          I agree with you that the west has a grand conspiracy that is going on "NEW WORLD ORDER", and one of he major agenda behind that includes creation of one world government, reduction of the worlds population to maximum number controllable (even the great Stephen Hawking emphasized and stress on that before passing away), hence the HIV, Ebola, ISIS, terror, GMF, UN, Illuminati, etc

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          • 24 April 08:51, by Theallseeingeye

            cont...
            but the mere platform that this conspiracy operates on is by having an agent to execute their agenda, they exploit and make use of those agent to create war in order to facilitate the reduction of the world population, create & developed hybrid virus in the lab and deceive us that these are vaccines, and no one dare to reanalyze those vaccines. we have been exploited because....

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            • 24 April 08:57, by Theallseeingeye

              we have illiterate and semi illiterate us our leaders, Chiefs from clans, villages and luaks as the presidential advisers, ministers who were mere bush fighters, lawyers with questionable credits and qualification (like those of Ateny & Makeui who are lacks the basic communication skills and media principles), etc, so how are we going to challenge and compete with PHds and Master degree holders?

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              • 24 April 10:13, by Kuch

                Theallseeingeye,
                What do smoke chap? The so-called Jieng council of elders ( JCEs) are most well educated in South Sudan, only one of them has a diploma but has a lot experience than even Riek Machar & Lam Akol combined. Are you really in South Sudan really mister or you are one of those internet warriors? Bona Malual went Khartoum University & Columbia university in the US, he studied arts>>>

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                • 24 April 10:36, by Kuch

                  and journalism idiot. Mr. Ambrose Riiny Thiik studied Law at university of Khartoum & University of Edinburgh in the UK & many other members that you idiot can find out your self. Mr. Michael Makuei Lueth studied undergrad law at the University of Khartoum & he has never left the SPLM/A since it inception to date. Mr. Ateny Wek Ateny also studied law. But if you idiot have a doubt about>>>

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                  • 24 April 10:43, by Kuch

                    Mr. Ateny Wek Ateny, Makuei Makuei Lueth or any member of the so-called Jieng council of elders (JCEs) qualifications. Then it is always advised to refer to the Universities the suspected degrees are allegedly obtained. This is what the government of South Sudan had been doing ever since. it always refer to some suspected fraudulence obtained degrees to where they allegedly obtained>>>

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                    • 24 April 10:55, by Kuch

                      and many of these fraudsters turned out to be many Equatorians with the fake degrees from Uganda & even Kenya to be honest. Mr. Theallseeingeye, talk any of the so-called JCE members, Ateny Wek & Machael Makuei Lueth in classical Arabic & I am pretty sure you will never even understand anything at all to be honest. This is simply because in then greater Upper Nile & greater Bhar El Gazelles>>

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                      • 24 April 11:05, by Kuch

                        used to use both mouth tongues & Arabic in primary schools & Arabic & English high schools & universities. But many Equatorian used to use only English Equatoria. Some many Equatorians were not even good at mastering. Mr. Taban Lo-liyong of Kejo-Keje was the only Equatorian who could brag about the mastery of English language here in South Sudan & even in our own East Africa region>>>

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                        • 24 April 11:14, by Kuch

                          Otherwise many Equatorians & some other South Sudanese people do not know that English, Arabic, Swahili or Amharic are not our mother tongues. By the way, Swahili is just an offshoot of Arabic. And people who speak Arabic can just learned it easily with no difficulties. And that is why many South Sudanese refugees in Kenya easily score higher grades in Swahili than even English>>>

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                          • 24 April 15:56, by Lenin Bull

                            Kuch, Hurray! Excellent piece of analysis. Brother keep it up! You gave fantastic information to the idiots who always mumble and fumble in English and brag that they know it when they are poor in it like their grandmothers. They pronounce " English, Englis, position, pozition, house, kawose, etc" and they foolishly accuse others of being poor in English. Welle!

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      • 24 April 22:56, by garrak1520

        If Kiir cannot solve as you said South Sudanese problems, well let him leave the way and let someone more capable to take over. Two wrong don’t make a right.

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    • 24 April 08:25, by lino

      Forget about Western World controlling him! He is being controlled by Khartoum’s Boys around him!!!

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  • 24 April 08:15, by Theallseeingeye

    “It is an African culture and traditions that one returns what he received from the giver without being told to pay back. Because of this, we tell our friends in the west to not take side in a dispute between the same people, brothers and sisters” Guys, Kiir is trying to sell us to the West and other African countries if not, what has he taken from the west that MUST be return or otherwise..

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    • 24 April 08:21, by Theallseeingeye

      cont..
      South Sudan is going to continue collapsing? and if indeed he has taken something from them and promise something in return, does this means that is why we are suffering? does Kiir mean that the solution his not in his our hands we South Sudanese, the Solution is the west because they are the ones punishing us? and if the solution is in the west, was the NATIONAL DIALOG crap really a bogus?

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  • 24 April 08:31, by Kenyang ll

    Weak. unsuitable.

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  • 24 April 11:04, by Lenin Bull

    Mr.President Salva Kiir, innocent South Sudanese citizens are dying daily due to war and war related diseases, famine, and poverty!. It is heart breaking to see the worst levels the suffering has reached in the villages, POCs, and refugee camps, and towns under government. Let there be peace please Mr.President Salva.

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  • 24 April 11:09, by Lenin Bull

    Those who have studied strategy and policy analysis agree the current mindless destructive war being waged in South Sudan is a smokescreen by political elite to loot the national coffees and prolong their bloody corrupted stay in power. We have already known you( SPLM-IG, IO, FDs, name them). This dangerous fight with no compromise is because of greed for looting oil money/dollars!

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  • 24 April 11:22, by Lenin Bull

    Sun Tzu aptly puts that " No country benefits through prolonged wars" The longer the war lasts the nastier it goes, and the nastier it goes, the possibility that it can boomerang on its master-minders. Now war is boomerang on you, and Riek if you don’t know. Riek has lost his dear son Wang, brothers, infected rotten foot, and he missed death by a thin split of hair!

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  • 24 April 11:27, by Lenin Bull

    Now you( Salva Kiir) have lost your best friend and defender King Paul Malong, Ayieny Aleu, Telar Ring, Salva Mathok, etc do you still think naively that you can survive next military coup attempts or next J1 battles? I doubt and I fear for your life! Please, change course and bring peace as soon as possible and let the public choose their next leaders through elections.

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  • 24 April 11:32, by Lenin Bull

    Total peace to be followed by democratic peaceful general elections are the only viable options left in South Sudan for you all whether in whether rebels, government or foxies in between! If you don’t listen and take this simple non-profit advice from well wishers like us, then we cross our arms and wait. But your vehicle is heading there to doom!

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    • 24 April 14:02, by Theallseeingeye

      Lenin Bull
      I couldn’t agree more with you. I personally reckon that what you have stated here makes a lot of sense, therefore, I would like to openly thank you for taking this courageous steps and point the finger to us (and by us, I mean we all South Sudanese, wither in Government or in opposition). congratulation because you nail it on the head this time.

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      • 24 April 14:13, by Lenin Bull

        Theallseeingeyes, thank you for seeing something positive from my comments today. Let us be friend from today onward and try to change our country by truth and nothing else. Let us take our innocent Dinka, Nuer, Bari, Zande, Acholi, Balanda, Shilluk, etc tribes out of our vocabularies and political discourses and focus on the real core issues which is this God damned SPLM/SPLA!

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  • 24 April 14:05, by Lenin Bull

    President Kiir if you don’t know how to cleverly play along with western interests, then you better leave before nasty things happen to you. Already, the country is destroyed and innocent civilians have died for no good reason at all. The same West killed Lumumba, Gadhabi, Sadam, etc! Not only did they kill Gadhabi, but they first sodomized him! Are you prepared for all these nasties ?

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  • 24 April 14:22, by Kerubino

    Dear President,

    The saying goes "scratch my back and I will scratch yours too" why do you think the West will not ask for the pay back when they have suffered to bring about what we are enjoying today? please pay them back and let see if there will a change in this situation. give them what they want if you think it will bring about peace, we are desperate.

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  • 24 April 14:25, by Lenin Bull

    My brother or sister Theallseeingeyes, if it was not because of the satanic tribalism implanted here in South Sudan, I would have even call for all citizens revolution to chase away both war-mongers in government and SPLM-IO/SPLA-IO and the foxes in between! But this cannot happen because some tribes are deceived by Satan to go it alone without others which is self-defeat already!

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    • 24 April 14:31, by Kerubino

      Mr. Lenin,

      No matter what, popular uprising will not solve all our problems. we need peace so that we plan on how to organise election.However, it will be through election that we will decide who to come and who not, I guest this will work out well with South Sudanese because at that point the decision will be up to us to decide.

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      • 24 April 16:04, by Lenin Bull

        Kerubino thank you for your observation my brother. That is also what I’m thinking because popular uprising/non violent revolutions are for enlightened and civilized folks not poor miserable folks. Free, fair, periodic democratic general elections are the panacea for now to remedy the current political malaise in our country not military coups, or blind tribal based rebellions.

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      • 24 April 16:25, by Eastern

        Kerubino,

        I love that name! I don’t know how many Kerubinos I have hear about.

        That said, ELECTIONS are not what any South Sudanese think about. Think about endless transitional arrangements or UN/International Trusteeship. How many people in South Sudan really understand elective politics just to start with?

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        • 24 April 20:17, by South South

          Eastern,

          Do you understand the election? HHHHHHHH. UN/International Trusteeship? Put it in your monkey dish and enjoy it

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          • 24 April 20:55, by Eastern

            South South,

            MONKEY, MONKEY AND MONKEY, so what! The tribal regime is now whining barely five years into a war it through it could wage. Is the MONKEY STEW or luck of it draining Kiir emotionally. Every day will present Kiir with a new challenge. The greatest challenge is a forth nights time. Watch this space!

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  • 24 April 15:03, by Lenin Bull

    Citizens united by clear vision and truth have brought down their government yesterday in one of the eastern European nations. United peaceful but strong determined revolution by all citizens not one section not one tribe. Did the white army manage it alone? Now they are scattered, tired/exhausted, and ran to POC/refugee camps! What remain today are bandits and cattle thieves.

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  • 27 April 10:25, by Bil bany

    shame on those who are still called useless kiir regime the government, since kiir put country into fire he isn,t longer a president, he is illegitimate and loser.
    juba regime failed
    kiir will go to asylum soon.

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