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SPLA-IO denies attacks on Thomas Cirilo forces in South Sudan’s Jubek

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SPLM-IO deputy spokesperson Lam Paul Gabriel speaks while he is surrounded by the fighters (Photo SPLM-IO)
November 19, 2018 (JUBA) - The SPLM-IO denied claims they attacked the positions of the holdout National Salvation Front led by Thomas Cirilo (NAS-TC) in Jubek State pointing the clashes occurred between defectors and fighters loyal to the leader of the rebel group.

In a statement released on Monday, Lam Paul Gabriel, SPLA-IO Deputy Military Spokesperson said that Brig. Gen Peter Yugu Laku and Col. Augustino Modi together with 90% of their fighters returned to the SPLA-IO after dissatisfaction with the NAS TC. The two had defected from the SPLA-IO in August 2017.

"The SPLA IO would, therefore, like to strongly refute the accusations made by NAS TC in their press release dated 18/11/2018, that the SPLA-IO made a joint operation against its forces in Lobonok," said.

"Gen Yugu’s defection back to the SPLA-IO is a threat to NAS TC in Lobonok leading to him being targeted by NAS TC forces," he stressed.

He added the forces loyal to Cirilo sought reinforcements from Lainya to attack the splinters forces led by Gen Yugu. However, the latter intercepted the additional fighters loyal to Thomas Cirilo at the riverside; they were fought back and scattered by the SPLA IO force.

The UN peacekeeping mission and the ceasefire monitoring body report frequent clashes between the South Sudanese army and the SPLA-IO with the NAS-TC.

Aware of the situation, the IGAD Council of Minister threatened to label the non-signatories as spoilers of peace, opening the door for the imposition of targeted sanctions on its leaders who are based outside the country.

Gabriel further said they never carried out a joint attack with the South Sudanese army against NAS TC force in Lobonok or anywhere.

"NAS should take responsibility of their own mess and avoid negative propaganda against the SPLA-IO," he added.

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  • 20 November 07:19, by South South

    Welcome back to IO Brig. Gen Peter Yugu Laku and Col. Augustino Modi. I am laughing at Cirillo.

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    • 20 November 08:41, by Midit Mitot

      Cirilo need to think twice otherwise He will end up like George Athor Deng.

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      • 20 November 10:38, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

        Mitot,

        You need an atom of patriotism in you to talk about South Sudan issues. South Sudan is not your village for playing. Our people need freedoms, genuine peace and a system of governance that eliminates all loop holes that can cause future wars for greed, nepotism, corruption and tribalism. Thomas Cirillo is right in standing for truth and political equality in the country.

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        • 20 November 11:34, by South South

          jur_likang_a_ likan’g,

          Where were you all this time? I thought you joined Thomas Cirillo. Anyway, you are very right about the things you said in your comment above except I disagree with you about Cirillo’s position. Good system and freedoms are in our current peace agreement, so what is Cirillo’s problem?

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          • 20 November 15:13, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

            Those good things you mentioned are in your terms and not the general public. When civil, religious, women, youth organisations were not allowed to deliberate on those terms of the so called peace agreement and for those who participated in the agreement were threatened with deportation to Juba dungeons by Jallaba you should macroscopically know what is in the offing. Avoid disseminating lies.

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          • 20 November 15:28, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

            south South,

            I was in Kwajok, then went to Thiet, Tonj, Rumbek, Yirol and ended in Bor. I am now on my way to Juba.

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        • 20 November 14:42, by Midit Mitot

          Jur Likang,
          The fact must be told, who,s Cirilo, If Dr Machar, and President are in the same channel, do you think another idiots will stabilize this country again? delete it in your mind please. we need peace! let Cirilo come to join South Sudan peace.

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          • 20 November 15:22, by jur_likang_a_ likan’g

            Mitot,

            Cirilo is a South Sudanese who stand for human values that you have deviated from. As a citizen he has a right to question the ills your people have brought upon the citizens of the country. He has support for the truth he stands for both locally and internationally. He is standing against immorality you have brought to our societies by the use of guns that are obtained under our names.

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          • 20 November 21:16, by jubaone

            Midit Mitot
            Hoping for Riak’s support like that you cowards received from UPDF? Eat 🍴 your own soup 🍲 and just shut up. Riak will only support once the kiirminal concedes that federalism will be the system of governance as alluded in his recent peace celebrations in Juba. For us either federalism /Kokora or death 💀.

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            • 21 November 08:00, by Midit Mitot

              Jubaone and Jur lik-kang,

              note it from me that I never been a Juba regime supporter since then, but because of this recent signed revitalization peace, I must stand firm for it.

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  • 20 November 07:51, by Eastern

    Those foolish enough would think Cirilo is crying out for help. By the way, SPLA can go ahead to implement their peace in this state of abeyance of military operations. The regime is free to enlist into its ranks the jenge cattle keepers in that area. The momentum for countermeasures is gathering! The jenge love for cattle should be explored....!

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    • 20 November 08:17, by South South

      Eastern is crying for help, Cirillo is crying for help, jubaone is crying for help. The Rhino is crying for help, who else? Maybe shit on the streets of Juba. Very, very, very sweet day.

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      • 20 November 19:33, by The Rhino

        South South,

        Stick your nonsense somewhere else you brainless moron.You still dance under protection of dictator Museveni and talk shit,but soon you’ll get on your f**king knees and smell your own shit when he’s dead.This is a marathon war against you filthy vermin, watch this space,jienge bast**d!

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  • 20 November 08:51, by Lenin Bull

    I thought the Jingoists of Equatorianism would be wise and intelligent enough to read writings on the wall. Imagine combined/joint forces of SSPDF and SPLA-IO swinging into military actions against the ragtage village gangs called NAS TC? It will be deadly and destructive to Equatorian villages and civilians in these unfortunate villages. Better be wise and intelligent Equatorians and make peace.

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    • 20 November 09:58, by Eastern

      Lenin Bullshit,

      That exactly plays out the script! SSPDF, SPLA-IO, etc all round up to the monsterous militia outfit: the neferious SPLA. The plan to wipe out Equatoria from the face of southern Sudan (then) and South Sudan (now) is in the public domain - not a secret! Equatoria cannot be held hostage to make peace at the expense of SPLA!

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      • 20 November 10:01, by Eastern

        ....I read somewhere in the HISTORY OF THE SUDAN, an agreement where one party was to supply lentils to the other. Equatoria CANNOT be coerced to provide women and pastureland for the jenge at the exchange for "peace".....

        SPLA has been given 2 weeks to vacate Ngomoromo in Uganda.

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      • 20 November 10:32, by South South

        Eastern,
        No one should kill innocent people of Equatoria. These are South Sudanese citizens and they have nothing to do with rebellion of wicked man called Cirillo. We will go after him because is a rebel. Our citizens in Equatoria will get full respect from our government. Our problem is with rebels, not with our innocent people of Equatoria.

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        • 20 November 10:42, by South South

          Eastern,

          You just make me feel sad. Citizens of Equatoria are South Sudanese and our government should protect them from any harm. This is the only reason I say peace is the best for everyone in our country. Riak said it very clearly when he came to Juba that there is going to be one army with all tribes in it, there is going to be federal system in our country, so what does Cirillo want?

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          • 20 November 11:31, by Eastern

            South South,

            I don’t care about your belated change of heart on the Equatorian citizens...! The Equatorians have the monkeys, the forests, the hills and their ancestors to fight and fend for them...! Imbecile jenges cannot pretend to be saviours of the Equatorians...!

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            • 20 November 11:32, by Eastern

              ....Why are MAGORITY of the Equatorians in Bidi Bidi, Palabek, Adjumani IF the jenge cares...?! The battle lines have long been drawn...!

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              • 20 November 11:40, by South South

                Eastern,

                This is what you fail to know. You are talking about yourself as a single person from Equatoria. You can say what you want to say in internet, that’s OK with me. But, I want our government to protect every citizen in our country including innocent people from Equatoria, that’s my stand as a person, rebels, just wait until we form our government in 8 months, monkeys are not going to be.

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                • 20 November 14:22, by jubaone

                  South South
                  Equatorians need protection FROM jienges and not to be protected BY jienges. That is the fundamental difference. We can take care of ourselves and dont need to be herded, controlled only to be slaughtered like luak cows. NO. You can do that on your own. So just shut up. We dont need jienge pity or kindness, what we need is a distance from jienge. I hope I´ve made that CLEAR

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        • 20 November 14:13, by jubaone

          South South
          Gen Cirillo (PSC) is NOT like your jienge fugitive general Malong who has disappeared into oblivion. You are not known to have broken any rebellion in SS without foreign help. Your "we will go after.." nonsense is only possible once Nuers or UPDF come in. You may recall Malong into active service, get more luakjienges to fight. But Malong is dursty and busted! Hopeless case.

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          • 20 November 15:25, by Khent

            Jubaone

            The Nuer were not in the SPLA from 91 to 2006, so stop peddling this nonsense. The Nuer were also eclipsed by the various Dinka Bahr el Ghazal militias in every conflict zone since this war began. Only one Nuer section worked with Salva Kiir and even then they were far less prominent than the Dinka division from Bahr el Ghazal that captured most of Unity State...

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            • 20 November 15:39, by Khent

              The UPDF only deployed around 3, 000 men in all of South Sudan when Kiir leaned on them to supplement his small Dinka force and to replace the Nuer that joined Riek as soon as the war broke out. The moron (Salva) allowed the Nuer to account for over 70% of the army after their return in 2006 from Khartoum’s service.

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              • 20 November 20:35, by jubaone

                Khent
                Your narrative is simply an attenuation of jienges glorification and unfailing warrior skills. I don’t buy into that nonsense. Again, you can’t tell our readers why jienges fled en masse and fought predominantly in Equatoria while your areas remained more or less grazing plains. You can’t tell me jienges fought in our backyards while our youth or Nuers acted as militias.

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                • 20 November 21:04, by Khent

                  Jubaone

                  What you’re willing to believe is irrelevant. I think I’ve told you on multiple occassions now that the Nuer had tens of thousands of fighters fighting for Khartoum before 91 and doubled that after 91, so you can’t simultaneously maintain that they were steadfast in their committment to the struggle while serving Khartoum...

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                  • 20 November 21:06, by Khent

                    Your denials are irrelevant. Equatoria produced multiple Khartoum compliant miltias; Khartoum enthusiastically armed and supplied the Mundari militia, the Bari dominated Popular Resistance Movement/Army, the Equatorial Defence Force and a multitude of tribes like the Toposa, Lotuka, Didinga, and many others as part of its militia network...

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                    • 20 November 21:12, by Khent

                      Equatoria was of strategic value due to its proximity to the crucial Ugandan and Kenyan borders... the areas where we got our weapons, ammunition, fuel and supplies from; there is this thing called logistics and it’s of tremendous importance. Equatoria did not bear the brunt of the war in a population sense. Mour-Mour division held most of Bahr el Ghazal - the Dinka heartland..

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                      • 20 November 21:33, by Khent

                        Equatoria was where the world’s humanitarian agencies were located and is the exit point to friendly States, so yeah, you have no point. The Equatorial Defence Force was commanded by Martin Kenyi and the Popular Resistance Movement/Army was commanded by Alfred Lado Gore and these men and their militias were supported by Khartoum, so I don’t understand what purpose your denials are meant to serve.

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                        • 20 November 21:41, by Khent

                          Men like Thomas Cirillo constantly oscilated between the movement and the enemy during the war with Khartoum, but people would rather believe the fantasy that he’s always been principled. Thomas Cirillo only defected to the SPLA in 92 and again rejoined Khartoum before his return in the 2000s and we’re supposed to believe that Equatoria consort with Khartoum on a large scale.

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                      • 20 November 21:51, by jubaone

                        Khent
                        So that this doesn’t degenerate into a 2-man discourse, your acknowledgment of Equatoria’s strategic relevance as opposed to jiengestans is important. Without Equatoria and its relevance, SPLA would be squeezed into a tribal enclave devoid of any national character. To assert that jienges "solely" liberated SS while Equatorians, Nuers, Collos were mere spectators is jienge ludicrous narrativ

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                        • 20 November 22:07, by Khent

                          Jubaone

                          How many times must I stress to you that two areas can both be strategic without cancelling each other out in relation to this quality? Dinka territory was also of importance in the sense that it accounts for the bulk of the land border with the North. The Dinka areas of Greater Upper Nile are where Khartoum got the oil to prosecute the war, so how can that not be important?

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                          • 20 November 22:15, by Khent

                            I’m sorry that the Nuer all joined Khartoum in 91 and that the Shilluk followed Lam Akol and that Equatoria had dozens of militias armed, supplied and supported by Khartoum. The Nuba and our cousins in Southern Blue Nile were the only groups that did not support Khartoum. These areas were devastated just as much as Dinka territory.

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                    • 20 November 22:14, by jubaone

                      Khent
                      In the absence of any historical and cultural highlights, of course jienges would seek anything to put themselves into limelight. Arguably, you’d allude, the Equatorian Corps who single-handedly started Anyanya 1 where jienges joined in as latecomers was irrelevant. Was it not your uncles like Abel Alier who on behalf of his jellaba patrons signed the AA in 1972?

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                      • 20 November 22:21, by Khent

                        Jubaone

                        There is no absence of historical material demonstrating that the Dinka provided the bulk of the troops during the second civil war. Sure, you started Anya-Nya as the first National movement but this is preceded by centuries of continous resistance by the Dinka, Nuer and Shilluk to the Arabs. The Shilluk even burnt down sections of Khartoum in the 17th Century...

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                        • 20 November 22:37, by Khent

                          ..and the Dinka removed the Arab subjects of the Funj from tens of thousands of km2 from Upper Nile in the 17th Century. Anya-Nya was just the first resistance with National dimensions but it’s rather late (by Centuries) in the grand scheme of things. Abel Alier was not supported by the Dinka and NEVER had Dinka troops fighting for him on Khartoum’s behalf, so try again.

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                          • 20 November 23:20, by The Rhino

                            Khent/librarian,

                            Your arguments or historical references are interesting but practically useless.Let me cut this down to the chase, your theme is entirely tilted towards how resilient, brave and prime your savage jienges were/are throughout the time/struggles.You blame Nuers for supporting Khartoum,fair enough, yes they did.You blame Equatorians for militia activities for Khartoum,fine.But have..

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                            • 20 November 23:33, by The Rhino

                              Khent,

                              ...you forgotten that majority of your wicked jienge politicians (some dead ,some still breath within the tribal JCE),immensely collaborated hand in hand with Khartoum against the liberation struggle?If you call Kiir a moron(I’ve no problem with that) for assimilating Nuers forces into the army then, what would you call him today,now that he’s ready to merge Nuers forces for the sec.time?

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                              • 21 November 00:21, by Khent

                                The Rhino

                                Do you think I care if the Dinka are called savages and wicked? I agree with you on this issue... they are morally bankrupt, violent, selfish, greedy animals that I don’t much care for. I am thoroughly ashamed of them. The recent killing of the Kenyan priest is a case in point. Do you think they even know why they murdered him in cold blood?

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                                • 21 November 00:30, by Khent

                                  ..The Dinka are among the worst people on the face of the earth; the Nuer had a far superior culture to the Dinka until they incorporated certain aspects of Dinka ’spirituality’ in the 18th Century. The Nuer have been more principled, open and more trustworthy people for centuries until the mid 80s and early 90s. Call the Dinka whatever you want, but they are not cowards...

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                                  • 21 November 00:39, by Khent

                                    The Dinka produced traitors during the war with Khartoum, but those men did not have tens of thousands of Dinka militiamen with them, and this is not because the Dinka are better people... it’s because they don’t accept anyone having any power over them, and the hated Arabs are no exception. It’s all about power competition to them. The Dinka (even when not qualified) is obsessed with leadership..

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                                    • 21 November 00:48, by Khent

                                      The Nuer ruined their chances in the 90s by establishing an alliance with the enemy. Salva Kiir was a moron for allowing a competing tribe to account for over 70% of his ’army’. The ’Army’ should have been based on the 3 Regions, and each Region should have provided an equal amount of troops with an equal amount of firepower; each unit of 9 soldiers should be from 9 different tribes...

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                                    • 21 November 01:35, by The Rhino

                                      Khent,

                                      Quite interesting,Mr.Librarian,now how do you call those jienges who ran to Museveni in the middle of the night/heat(probably naked),for reinforcement/help?Not cowards?Look,I personally suggest that both you and that staunch moron ’South South’ join voices together and launch a self reflective duet hymn on ’we jienges the cowards’ before vigorously start pointing fingers at others.........

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                                      • 21 November 01:47, by The Rhino

                                        Khent,

                                        ..P.S.I truly and credibly still doubt about your identity being a South Sudanese.Anyway,’true explorers will always keep up the fervent search’.Watch your back!

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                                        • 21 November 03:51, by Khent

                                          The Rhino

                                          I don’t know what you’re referring to but I would imagine that some *individuals* might have been a little jittery after receiving the news that over 70% of their army suddenly became enemy combatants, but trying to then extend that as an example of their collective bravery, is absurd...

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                                          • 21 November 03:58, by Khent

                                            ..especially when that tribe lost over a million people while other tribes avoided this devastation by establishing alliances with Khartoum. This accusation of cowardice simply will not stick. You don’t believe that I’m South Sudanese? Good! South Sudan is a sad, pathetic excuse of a ’Country. Those morons in Juba would have been sterilized in Nazi Germany for being retarded.

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                        • 20 November 23:09, by jubaone

                          Khent
                          Since we have no national ethos, let’s accept to keep to each others confines. Meaning, as long as jienges keep to themselves and don’t bother the rest, I’ve no problem. This innate and unstoppable vagrancy is the real cause of our disgust and disdain for jienges.

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        • 20 November 14:17, by jubaone

          South South
          Gen Cirillo (PSC) is NOT like your jienge fugitive general Malong who has disappeared into oblivion. Jienges are not known to have broken any rebellion in SS without foreign help. Your "we will go after.." nonsense is only possible once Nuers or UPDF come in. You may recall Malong into active service, get more luakjienges to fight. But Malong is busted and ousted! Hopeless case.

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        • 20 November 14:51, by Midit Mitot

          Eastern,

          Equatorians are faithful citizens in this country but Cirilo should think twice for the safe of peace, if Machar and Kiir are ones, nobody will rebels against then unless suicide.

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          • 20 November 16:02, by Eastern

            Mitot. Mitot,

            Put it the other way; Nuer and Dinka are the Alpha and Omega of South Sudan....?!

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          • 20 November 19:48, by The Rhino

            Midit Mitot,

            The big show down is still ahead of us.South Sudan will never experience peace in the next coming years.Just take a closer look at past history to determine the trajectory of the country.This is not yet over until its over.The war began in Equatoria and it will end in Equatoria,mark my words!

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          • 20 November 20:26, by jubaone

            Midit Mitot
            Where jienges have miserably failed to defeat Riak’s IO, they desperately hope this new alliance will ensure absolute control and demise of Equatoria. Must jienges often cry for foreign help and in the pretend to be the victors? Equatorians alone can fight jienges that I’m 100% sure cuz fighting is not a jienge monopoly. Appropriating state resources may give a military advantage..

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            • 20 November 21:10, by The Rhino

              Jubaone,

              Jienges or nyagats don’t cook the guns to maintain superiority in Equatoria for long whatsoever, even if they team up anyhow, especially if they gradually begin to act and misbehave like occupying forces..in fact they are.They’ll loose big b’cos then they’ll be fighting an occupying war.Wicked Equatorians who have now betrayed their home and inherited jienges or nyagats foul attitudes..

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              • 20 November 21:17, by The Rhino

                Jubaone,

                ...will equally be dealt with maximum vengeance.They’ll never escape the wrath of our true warriors!The war in South Sudan will take a different shape and peace will remain elusive for them/occupiers.

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    • 20 November 13:12, by jubaone

      Eastern
      Jienges have failed to defeat the IO and are desperately in need of help from IO to fight NAS. Funny, most IO based in Equatoria are themselves Equatorians and are reluctant to be enticed by cowardly Jienges. Getting Nuer IO to fight in Equatoria will need huge military logistics and manpower and the Nuers are clever enough not to fight for jienge cowards and losers.

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      • 20 November 13:19, by jubaone

        Scenario 1: Nuer IO will accept and will be transported to various locations where NAS is based. The trick is to get so many Nuers killed in the frontlines while jienges sit comfortably in offices. Nuers vs Equatorians and in the end, jienges will prevail. That is the heinous and evil plan.Scenario 2: Nuers will accept and come to Juba in large numbers. Once consolidated they stage a coup and requ

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        • 20 November 13:25, by jubaone

          ..request Gen Cirillo for support. Scenario 2 is very likely given the flurry of reproachment between Nuers under Riak and those under Taban. Kew Gatluak has been very instrumental in getting all Nuers including Changson Chang, Peter Gatdet, Gen Monytuil Wejang agree the R-ARCISS and assemble in Juba. One thing is sure, there’s a repeat of Dec 2013 and real showdown. Jienges must be prepared.

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          • 20 November 13:37, by jubaone

            So Lenin Bullshit, it’s unlikely that IO will gang up with SSDF to fight NAS. It’s a military and human risk IO can’t undertake given the actual situation on the ground. The exposure of this heinous plans will be a bitter reminder to Nuers whose liberation struggles have been downplayed by jienges who as impostors wittingly crowned themselves as "sole liberators".

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            • 20 November 13:50, by jubaone

              On the other hand, renegade Equatorian Cdrs are well warned that joining or fighting for the jienge republic is fatal and and hopeless. Equatorians therefore, should refrain from any military encounters that would endanger their lives and those of the Nuers. Jienges must battle it all alone or make compromises. The jienge republic must be destroyed for a federal, free, equal and just SS. Anything

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              • 20 November 14:30, by Khent

                Jubaone

                I agree with you on many issues but you keep asserting the laughable accusation of Dinka "cowardice" no matter how many times you’re refuted on this matter. Did the Nuer fight after 91? Did the Shilluk? What about the Murle? What about the various Khartoum supported Equatorian militias?

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                • 20 November 14:52, by Khent

                  I’ll readily concede that the Dinka have cultures with a complete absence of accountability for one’s actions; cultures that encourage child-like behaviour, greed, irresponsibility, arrogance, laziness, envy, ingratitude, rumour-mongering, back-stabbing and emotional manipulation but "cowardice" is not one of their character flaws.

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  • 20 November 09:05, by Lenin Bull

    Why take the dangerous burdens of rebellion up on the shoulders of Equatorians when it was not really started by and for Equatorians? Do you know that continuing fighting in Equatoria by NAS TC will shift the focus and war theatres to Equatoria? Will that benefit your beloved kids and wives and parents? Be wise Equatorian compatriots and join us in peace preaching rather than warmongering.

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    • 20 November 10:10, by Eastern

      Lenin Bullshit,

      The burden has been left on you to define WHO the Equatorian is.....Nobody CAN denigrate the Cirilo family, not even the jenge man who was charged with emptying the bucket latrines at Buluk and Hai Amarat! Major General PSC Peter Cirilo is a name that rings a bell! A PSC fellow...!

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    • 20 November 10:17, by jubaone

      Lenin Bullshit
      It’s evident that jienges have made other areas battle grounds as their junk states degenerate into grazing areas or peaceful islands that have stagnated in development. Equatoria has long turned into a "human dump site" where worthless miscreants are busy looting and killing our people. Equatoria is a battle ground and shall remain so as long as jienges squat.

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      • 20 November 11:37, by Khent

        Peace is contingent on peope actually being reasonable, conscientious and morally consistent, so I can’t blame Equatorians for not going along with an entirely farcical "peace agreement" that completely fails to address the root cause (s) of the conflict...

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        • 20 November 11:42, by South South

          Khent,

          I fail to understand you, what is the root cause of the conflict?

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        • 20 November 12:01, by Khent

          ..and just obscenely caters to the Sovereignty-negating entrenchment of political and economic influence (and power) by our neighbours — Sudan and Uganda. Do people really not see the parallels between what "Southerners" demanded prior to Sudan’s independence and what people are now demanding in South Sudan!?

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  • 20 November 14:01, by Kush Natives

    It will definitely take 100 years or so to understand those two monkeys believe on one. Jubaone and Eastern are dead stone, we really don’t understand what they want, we need Equatorian people to look after those cowardice, they’re putting Equatorian into uncreated equation. When we call for peace, they’re not there, and war they’re not there. What’s the hell?

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    • 20 November 14:35, by jubaone

      Eastern,
      Did you understand what the Bush Natives (Nigga) really meant by ..."Equatorian people to look after those cowardice, they´re putting Equatorian into uncreated equation?" Is there some mathematical equation involved that we cant see? Or is this jienge intellectualism of the cheapest order? Wow

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      • 20 November 14:39, by Eastern

        jubaone,

        I am not keen on following what these former Khartoum street shoeshiners write. I have not understood what that THING meant.

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      • 21 November 05:37, by Pakuai

        jubaone,
        I don’t think there are superior educated Baris than the Dinkas/Jenges in South Sudan trust on this on this chap. You can accuse the Dinkas/Jenges about being ’lazy & arrogant’ and you can easily get away with it. But the Dinkas/Jemges being ’savages & cowards’ are ones of them. For those of us who know you Baris like the palms of our hands, you are least educated & are the dirties>>>>

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        • 21 November 05:44, by Pakuai

          probably followed by the Dinkdingas, most of your tribe-mates often openly relieve themselves on the streets of Juba of your Juba. While I was long time ago in then Eastern Eastern Equatoria, the Dinkdingas do the same thing right behind their huts and they seem not smelt anything. But as always, it is always the Dinkas/Jenges fault. It has becomes a norm from some sections of Greater Equatoria>>>

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          • 21 November 05:50, by Pakuai

            that if their wives refused to cook them food or give them alcohol (marisa), then it is the Dinkas/Jenges fault. I for one, can’t find anything that the Baris ever done better than others in South Sudan other than to always complain about their damn Juba. Little do the idiots know that their damn Juba is the national capital of South Sudan & with the national capital, people around South Sudan>>>

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            • 21 November 05:55, by Pakuai

              would always be pulled to Juba because that is where most of the services are. And this is only Juba but cities around the world attract people of all kinds into & that is why there always slums areas like in Kampala, Nairobi, Lagos, Mumbai if India is where the biggest slum on earth is. I don’t know what civilization the Baris often talk about, when they just seem not know this simple facts>>>

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              • 21 November 06:02, by Pakuai

                The savagery of the Dinkas/Jenges like what happen in Western Lake state of killing a pastor isn’t particularly peculiar to Dinkas/Jenges. There are a lot ’mass shootings in churches & synagogues or temples’ in the US: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-11-06/texas-church-shooting-more-than-20-dead/9121094
                https://www.bbc.com/news/live/world-us-canada-33181651

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                  • 21 November 06:11, by Pakuai

                    but some deranges individuals in a civilize country called the US of America, can you fellows see? Our Pakam Dinka/jieng section of greater rumbek and their neighbors still even still each others’ cattle. Something that is not existent with other Dinkas/Jiengs sections. In Atuot, Ciech and Aliab Dinka/Jiengs of greater lakes states, they don’t this cattle theft anymore>>>

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                    • 21 November 06:17, by Pakuai

                      some scrupulous individuals do sometimes low themselves down though, but on rare cases. I know this because when I was tiny little boy, we sometimes used to cross the Nile with our cattle to Lakes states & our cattle were never stole by anyone and until we can cross back to Jonglei on our terms with no problems at all. The whole of today’s Jonglei, no one still anyone cattle>>>

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                      • 21 November 06:24, by Pakuai

                        But the Murles of today’s Boma state are the ones who always still our cattle and our babies. But I think, the Murles were taught a very tough & good lesson two years ago by the Jonglei state citizens. Back to Savagery of the Dinkas/Jenges, wasn’t it the Baris who used to stop the commercial vehicles and ordered the Dinkas/Jenges out and kill them>>>

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                        • 21 November 06:31, by Pakuai

                          along Juba-Yei road & Juba-Nimule road? Wasn’t it the Baris who came up with the "word MTN?" That the Dinkas/Jenges are everywhere in South Sudan like the South African owned MTN, a mobile company operating in South Sudan? jubaone & your cliques, ’wrong + wrong is always = to right. Some of you Equatorians were honestly asked by the South Sudanese & the government of South Sudan not to join>>>

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                          • 21 November 06:37, by Pakuai

                            Mr. Riek Machar aimless armed rebellion because some you fellows were warned that joining Mr. Riek Machar aimless armed rebellion was going to bring war to their villages, but the idiots failed to heed those warnings & joined Mr. Riek Machar aimless armed rebellion anyway in 2016. And ran to Uganda & went & lied through their teeth that they are were being targeted by the Dinkas/Jenges government>

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                            • 21 November 06:43, by Pakuai

                              simply because they were Equatorians! Since when has Equatorians been homogeneous people for the Dinkas/Jenges to stop low to target them simply because they were Equatorians? There are some tribes in Equatoria which are even related to the Dinkas/Jenges than the Bari losers. During our Genuine war with our cloned arabs of North Sudan, most Equatorians were under the employ of our arch enemy>>>

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                              • 21 November 06:49, by Pakuai

                                the cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan against the SPLA. But we didn’t target some of those Equatorians simply because they were Equatorians. jubaone, we always tell some of you idiots that our country & our people have sabotage by our enemies and they using you fools, their usual puppets/stooges as their proxies. But mind you Mr. jubaone, no more treating any traitor with ’kid gloves’>>>

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                                • 21 November 06:53, by Pakuai

                                  some of these days chap. Mr. Riek Machar, Taban Deng Gai, Alfred Lado Gore & some of their criminals in between staged their 15/12/2013 foiled coup and sneak out of Juba in the Middle of the night came here to my home town of Jonglei, captured it, erect their Ngundeng Buong magician flag in Bortwon & name my hometown their Ngundeng Buong city>>>

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                                  • 21 November 07:01, by Pakuai

                                    The Nuers often think that they were innocently killed by Mr. Salva Kiir body guards in Juba simply because they were simply Nuers. Why didn’t the criminals came & started their damned revenge killing in former Salva Kiir Warrap state? But Bor? Mr. jubaone, no one wants the evil white Americans, English people, their evil juus (so-called israelis), their cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan,>>>

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                                    • 21 November 07:06, by Pakuai

                                      Abeshas (so-called ethiopians), their gulf Arab states paymasters and some of their creepy allies in between Mr. jubaone piece of trash. Whoever want these vermins in their villages should tell the government of South Sudan & we must want to know those villages who want these vermins in our country. South Sudan is not part of the so-called evil ANGLO-AMERICAN empire, never has & will never will>>>

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                                      • 21 November 07:12, by Pakuai

                                        Traitors, thieves & foreign puppets/stooges like Mr. Riek Machar, Pagan Amuom, Rebecca Nyandeng, Adwok Nyabe, Thomas Cirilo, Majak Agoot and other bunch of fools were let out scot free & being kept in foreign capitals by their foreign masters from the US, the UK, their UN, their sleazy NGOs & some of their creepy sallied in between as their ’bargaining cards & blackmails’ over our country>>>

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                                        • 21 November 07:16, by Pakuai

                                          and our people and they criminals hope they would be bought back and be re-installed back into their old positions by their foreign masters. Good luck to them, South Sudan is not for sale. The damned US was given the first priority over other countries right after country’s independence in 2011. Because the US was considered to have stood with our country & our people during our trying>>>

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                                          • 21 November 07:20, by Pakuai

                                            times. But US refused, citing lack of infrastructures in our country to come & invest in them. And when the government of South Sudan ask the Chinese companies to come & invest in our country, then the evils went berserk & wanted Mr. Salva Kiir government out & be replaced with their puppet/stooge government that the evils would go & micro-manage in Washington, Wall Street,>>>

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                                            • 21 November 07:28, by Pakuai

                                              London, UN New York building, Paris, Brussels, Switzerland, UAE, offshore small island countries and their other shady countries where the evils go & hide their loots in. But here in South Sudan, we are way well ahead of the evils. But the evils just love our country & our people even when no one damn love them. We keep telling our fools all the times that our country & our people>>>

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                                              • 21 November 07:32, by Pakuai

                                                That South Sudan is not part of the damned so-called ANGLO-AMERICAN empire, never has and will never ever be. The evil corporate America, the UK, their UN, their sleazy NGOs, their evil juus (so-called israelis), Abeshas (so-called ethiopians), some of their Bantus in central Kenya, their cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan, their gulf Arab states paymasters>>>

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                                                • 21 November 07:41, by Pakuai

                                                  and some of their creepy allies in between love affair with our country & our people has gone too far and it must be to put to a rest. The US, the UK, their UN, their sleazy NGOs, their evil juus (so-called israelis), their cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan, their gulf Arab states paymasters & some of their criminals in between>>>

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                                                  • 21 November 07:46, by Pakuai

                                                    can well go and spend their damned US dollars in Malawi, Kenya, Uganda, Abesh (so-called ethiopia), North Sudan, Somalia, Eritrea, Libya, Central Africa Republic (CAR), DR Congo and leave South Sudan alone. We will not miss that evil & dirty money, I repeat again, we will not miss that dirty & evil money. Fellows, pure HATRED & RACISM is here>>>>

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