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Ex-adviser for Salva Kiir launches new rebellion in South Sudan

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March 23, 2011 (JUBA) – A former adviser for South Sudan president Salva Kiir has declared war against the semi-autonomous government, a spokesman for the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) announced on Tuesday.

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Major General Abdel-Bagi Ayii Akol (SMC photo)

The SPLA spokesperson Colonel Philip Aguer said in a televised statement today from Juba that General Abdel-Bagi Ayii, from Northern Bahr el-Ghazal state, had rebelled but did not give a reason for this move.

Major General Ayii was a presidential adviser to Kiir, until the government was reshuffled after the 2010 April elections.

He joins a growing list of disgruntled militia officers in the South who have decided to take up arms, which now includes George Athor and David Yauyau in Jonglei state and Gatluak Gai in Unity state, and Oliny in Upper Nile state.

The Muslim figure was one of the former militias officers who joined the South Sudan army in 2006 and had their forces integrated in the SPLA.

The SPLA official reiterated accusations that the northern government of President Omer Hassan Al-Bashir of fueling these defections by arming militias in almost all the frontier states bordering with the North.

Last week Major General Ayii made an interview to Sudanese Media Center (SMC), a website closely linked to the country’s intelligence circles, in which he accused the SPLM leadership of corruption and giving preferential treatment to some figures.

He also claimed that Muslims in South Sudan suffer discrimination citing examples of properties were taken away from them and given to foreign investors.

The rebelled officer added that some ordinary citizens came up to him saying that they suffer harassment because of their Muslim names and where told that they should change them.

Major General Ayii has demanded disbanding the South Sudan government and forming an interim one where Muslims are represented by 30%.

The rebellions will cast a shadow on the preparations for South Sudan’s official independence next July. The people of the region voted almost unanimously for secession in last January’s referendum.

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  • 24 March 2011 08:26, by Anti_Land_Grabbers.

    oh, Lord save us from canibals.

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    • 24 March 2011 08:30, by Anti_Land_Grabbers.

      All Dinkas generals want to become a presidnt of new nation so called south part sudan.
      where are the Equatorians politicians to take advantages over the canibals?
      somalisation is starting already.

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      • 24 March 2011 12:02, by Akuma

        All these militias of Southern Sudan are militias without vision at all. If Someone may ask those leaders of Yauyau, athor, Oliny, Gatluak and this delusive ex-advisor Ayii. I think they may accept their rebellion has no vision like laurent Nkunda of DR Congo.

        Corruption and defeat can’t make someone to rebel if the were not primitive leades. Ashame.

        Akuma
        USA

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      • 24 March 2011 12:07, by jubaone

        Yet another rebellion! A simple true fact. Only Greater Equatoria still holds together the shreds of a shattered South Sudan. Greater UNile and Greater BEG are bogged down in anarchy, chaos and disorder. Had Gen. Alfred Gore rebelled because he had been failed by the system, then there would be no South Sudan now. The people of CES were intelligent and wise and did not rebel and said they would wait until after 9th July 2011. How events will unfold after that is clear. Either real decentralisation something similar to Kokora, where each state is empowered to care for its affairs or the South will cease to exit as a country. Now Greater Equatoria is home to thousands of refugees/settlers from Greater UNile and Greater BEG fleeing from chaos, hunger and insecurity. GoSS has miserably failed to unify the Southerners or given them assurances on power sharing, with the result that the entire CES communities have rejected to offer GoSS any piece of land for a future capital city. CES people want the capital city of South Sudan to be removed from Juba to Ramciel as quickly as possible. Given the chaos and disorder in other parts of S. Sudan it remains to be seen, whether or not Ramciel is at all fit. With landgrabbing by non CES settler/refugees, that is already a potential danger after 9th.July

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        • 24 March 2011 20:34, by Zacchaeus

          Mr. President (Kiir),

          Unless you come out and openly speak to the citizens of your nation to be in July, unreasnable rebellions will continue to be waged against your government and people, and at the end of the day, you may be a failure.

          You sicerely ought to appreciate the people of CE from all its corners. These are the true citizens of South Sudan Nation. Please guys! thank you very much indeed though I don’t belong to your community, you deserve my appreciation.

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          • 25 March 2011 06:50, by Atak Akok

            I am so impress by reading some of those comments in relation to this articles , however all the people of South Sudan have fought in way or another to get what we know today as living dream of being and going to become the youngest independent nation in the world. And yet still now some people don’t really believe that we have the ability and power as one people as one nation of South Sudan, in fact some people still don’t want to get rid of nasty thing so –called tribalism and even though we facing the difficulties , and the world around us is on fire , other still unsure what exactly the future may hold or us as southern Sudanese, let put the differences aside and don’t blame each other’s or point to one another , because these obstacles are happening and will continue face our youngest nation’s government system and will push us against our will whether we want it or not, I feel so sorry when some people now still using the ancient dinosaurs language ( ‘all Dinkas want to become a president of the South Sudan , other said EC are the true Citizen of South Sudan ‘ O god help us !!! what a mass , can’t you all see what exactly happening now, people of our own blood are being neglected all this time in north, are being kill , are being sold slavery in Northern Sudan since and before 1983, now lets solve the issues arising from our brothers who may have conflict points with our GOSS , and don’t provoke the situation to create another war in South Sudan. This message for all and in particular those who started to blame each other’s.

            Atak-Australia

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        • 24 March 2011 21:27, by DeltaBravo

          Go and read about Kadipo situation Buya killed 6 SPLA Soldeirs on their way to Kapeota during Military exchanged from Town to Town,i think nobody in SouthSudan is perfect. Coming to Ayii Akol he is a traitor like any others Politician. idon’t support his agenda whatsoever. Iam from Aweil and i hate i hate this guy he is greedy just like others greedy leaders.

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      • 24 March 2011 12:49, by king of Africa

        But elders should not even launches insurgency based on these negotiatable issues.

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      • 24 March 2011 15:12, by Wed Deng

        It’s unbelievable that general Ayii has tried to rebelled against GOSS which is very bad indeed. how many times does he rebel? But God, you are our way to every thing in this world, please why can’t you bless these brothers who are making our newly born nation corrupt with your blessing? if you do that God it’s gona be a good and alot of thanks to you will be there.

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    • 24 March 2011 08:35, by mawic

      Another militia from Dinka.

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    • 24 March 2011 13:51, by Jada Lotole

      God helps thoes who help themselves !
      We, more especially the Youth of the Republic of South Sudan, must help ourselves by NOT & NOT rally behind disgruntled generals in the likes of Ayii who are already aged and decending towards thier graves ! Ayii doesnt understand what the word Corruption really means in its fulness !! For the likes of Ayii, the word corruption simply means, Deviation from the moral accepted norms of a given Society ! If all agree with this definition, then Ayii himself is corrupt because our society doesnt encourage incitement of anarchy which he is upto . Many today in South Sudan, even the contributors to this Web are corrupt ! Ayii and his sympathieser must come back to thier God given understanding that, we need to live in harmony with one another ! we suffered enough over the last decades of war . People like Ayii should respect thier age !

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    • 24 March 2011 14:37, by Kuet Teny

      Look, they just all want to be leaders, even a finished person like Ayii.

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      • 25 March 2011 01:18, by maumau

        Kuet Teny, send me your e-mail brother, i want to salute you for saying it all and i quote "even a finished person like Ayii" Brothers let us stop pushing this militia things to Dinka alone because it affects all of us at the end of the day, these guys are playing with our national security. The only thing for Kiir to do is to empower all chiefs and local leaders to report any suspicious and strange gatherings and persons coming to their areas. Let us talk to our youngsters and caution them from joining such militias. Empower all chiefs and local leaders to avoid further security threats.

        To our GoSS leaders, you see your action is now costing our country-to-be. Stop corruption and discrimination based on religion, tribe, region etc. If this militia continue, all of us have to go back to the frontline and crash these militias. MAUMAU

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    • 24 March 2011 16:46, by Joseph Canada

      My Brother Anti-Land.
      Equatorians are not looking into the short term and greediness of the leadership. You know very well that 85% of Equatorians are educated. So they know whats good for the people of the South and they don’t have to punic into the leadership yet. Thats why the three Governors had to meet to take care of their houses before and to consult each other.

      Mark you even without the Equatoria, the SPLA/M would’ve follen long time ago. They are very smart. Even here at the forum discussion you can tell who is Equatorian and who is not, just by the way they write and the language they use. They write and reason maturely, without blaming. They don’t point fingers at one person unless there is a lagitimate prove.

      If you happened to be present during the coming of the SPLA into the Villages you never seen any of the Equatorian leaders promote looting of civilians, forcing people to coock for them, raping women and forcing marriages and harassing. Best example is when Hiala was cuptured by MoButu Mamur mate. He reported all the Cuptuered Guns and Amunisions to the Higher Ranking Boss without any gun getting lost. But guess what happened? his Boss Smuggled all the Weaponds and sold them to Uganda! thats why Mamur didn’t like that and was called a radical ot the SPLA. Another best example among many is how the Money were Laundered to the Boarders using caskets to other nations instead of laying the departed to rest on them. there are more of examples that we saw in our own eyes even some writters here know wabout it but they just can’t accept the truth because the culture have been passed down to them from Generations before their Generations.

      Also I would like you to look at the geographical land marks,in which the so called rebbels are Emarging. Also study the reasons. If you see clearly, most of these are so small dispute that even a class 3 Equatorian can solve, result to killing of the inocents.
      It is so sad that things have to turn this way, which now even have lead to the death of Many Equatorians serving in the Army. It the moment, I have to let you know that i just lost a causin, a brother and a friend within 3days on this sad rebelion Staging spree!!

      Let me tell you that I am very proud to be born among the Smartest and reasonable people of the E states. Very proud indeed. in Conclution Brother, we have enough leaders to even go spree on violence. but they dopn’t just look into the losing of their Brothers and sisters, but also treasure the Peace Goven By God!.
      Thats the truth Bro and I am standing by it.

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      • 24 March 2011 22:11, by Dinka-Defender-General

        Hey there. I’m sorry, but you speak the truth that "85% of Equatorians are educated." You are definitely right on that. When we fought, Equatorians were in the school and they get all the educations they need. But We, the other tribes who write incorrect or sentences were fighting for the freedom and liberty you enjoy today. So, don’t be proud to be educated than other people. They were not sleeping or staying at home when you and other Equatorians people went to school. In fact, I remembered back in 1994 when I was in Juba outposts fighting Arabs. There were older children than myself going to school in Pageri, Keya,Torit, Mageri, Yambio and many other Equatorian counties. These children stayed with their families, but I slept outside guarding them. I didn’t think in term of joining them before liberation. I was thinking in term of freedom fighter and liberator. Now, you twist that chance Equatorians got to avoid fighting because most Equatorians used to think SPLA/SPLM fighters are going to be defeat similar to Anya-Anya I. I was still a boy, but I knew clearly what I was fighting for. I was fighting for the freedoms of all Southerners. So, please don’t be proud for the education you got when we were fighting. You are hurting freedom fighters including myself. I remember I use to played and hanged out with the Equatorian Kids in their school backyard after school. After we played they go home and I go back to my platoon unit. Therefore, stop your nonsense my friend and try to get people united instead of disunited. May I ask you a question, where were you during war? Where did you get your education? I started my school outside and under the tree during civil war and I was tired of getting school outside that’s why i took a gun and went to war. I was not old enough to fight, but I decided to fight. Now, after peace is signed. I’m back to school if you are curious about my education backgrounds. Peace out from freedom fighter and Southern Sudan Defender General.

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        • 25 March 2011 08:35, by Joseph Canada

          Hello Mr. Dinka defender general,
          I am not here to let you know how educated we are. i am here to tell you how educated person or even a common and un educated Equatorian can look at things in adifferent perspectives. Yes we all went to the war, I was in Dima with youand infact I am the guy who fought in Kapoeta, hiala, BiBor and Kurmuk. My Tingili people were FROM EWUATORIA, Muksasa, Taveng, Gazzelle Batallion as well As Zalzal were not only from Those other tribes that you Brugg about to be the Freedom fighters. Its just that We the Equatorians decided to serve two masters at ago. Yes when someone us whom you said study outside decided to do so you and your uncles were busy robbing people and smaggling people treasures and killing other tribes, grabbing lands of the inocents and killing the Cheifes and other comanders. Prove me wrong on this one bro. What you say now about your freedom fighting is exactly what your even educated brother in the diaspora told those whom he knows NOT TO VOTE FOR THE REFERENDUM. THATS WHY WE DIDN’T HAVE ALL SOUTHERNERS REGISTERED.
          You know what? the same mentality is even what is seen in the Govt. of S.S at the momment.
          Iam not trying to tell you that we are better than you, but am trying to tell you that the GREED IS WHAT IS KILLING YOU. you can be nice people if you are given apost to lead. but Never satisfied if another person lead because he/she is qualified to do so.

          Cant you see on your own eyes brother whats going on? Look at that Senior citizen who should be giving advice to the leader that people of the South Put onto the post to lead us. Unstead, he takes off his walking steak and a gun. He can’t even run or aim properly. He can’t see well.WHY BECAUSE HE HAVE THE SAME MENTALITY THAT NO ONE SHOULD BE ABOVE HIM. SO WHATS HIS GOOD EXCUSE? THE ISLAMIZATION THAT HE GOT WHEN HE WAS A HOUSE BOY BEFORE JOINING THE ARMY.AM SURE LAGU IS EVEN YOUNGER THAN THAT DUSHBAG.

          Can’t you see thats a commonsense thats ofcorse is not common to non Equatorian?

          get it right my friend, get it right. EVERYONE FOUGHT THIS WAR. AND FOR YOUR INFORMATION THE ANYANYA ONE WAR FAIL BECAUSE OF WHAT YOUR BROTHER ABIL-ALIER DID. HE SOLD THE SOUTHERNERS TO THE ARABS FOR FOOD JUST LIKE THOSE WHO ARE TRYING TO DO IT IN THOSE UPPER STATES.

          COME UP WITH ANOTHER THING IF YOU WANT TO ASK ME.

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      • 25 March 2011 07:03, by Atak Akok

        I don’t consider what ever you ideas were not relevant to well-educated person, so you may want check your background because sociodemographi-culture have some affects on your way of thinking brother , so you talking of being educated and proud of CE people to be smartest people in South Sudan i thinks what you telling people is that you or CE people you proud of are really nothing compare to avarage level of High school leavers.

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  • 24 March 2011 08:43, by harry

    Dear Southerners,

    This is serious than what you can imagine! This guy motives and claims should not be overlooked. The GoSS must finds the quickest way to resolve this immediately. This one is totally different from Upper Nile rebellions because it has religious implications. GoSS needs to think seriously about this one. It seems to me his claims are debatable and I hope that somebody in Juba have to listen to those claims. GoSS must move quickly to defuse this rebellion peacefully. Thanks

    Harry,

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    • 24 March 2011 08:47, by Anti_Land_Grabbers.

      Harry, who care about him,
      SPLA of south are 100% christians and animists,let him commit suicide.

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      • 24 March 2011 09:42, by acathmac

        anti -land clearance it is not true to expelt the words you say was it not the freedom we were fighting for??????????????,it was not religious all we need in south is just change,change will not come if we wait some other persons or some other time.we are the ones we’ve been waiting for.we are the change that we seek so stop that stupid words called SPLM and talked only south please speak like future person not today’s man thanks for harry he looks actually into the demand of ABDEL BAGID AYII are discussable issues which need small round table and find solution, he is even old he just needs to eat and thats all let not be worry about this man decission they are so simple.
        God of my grand-grand Fathers help this nation grow in peace for you have helped us throw the big enemy out and yet he is trying by any means to disgust your decission on supporting us some brothers within and outside are trying to handle things and talked things that are adding to existing conflict since we knows our brother Arabs are not happy to the decission we’ve taken to seperate.
        thanks readers

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      • 24 March 2011 10:30, by gais juvan

        Dear Anti-land Gr....,
        Try to look into the SPLM Slogan carefully, it may convince you somehow.
        South sudan should not descriminate in one way or the other, Goss ot RoSS has to consider every one being Christain, animist,Muslim or whatsoever, solong he/she is a south sudanese.
        Difference can not solve and may 100% confuse the lookforward of south sudan.
        more important is better to solve the burningfire than late, it started from somewhere and will continue to come closer,.....
        RoSS/GoSS should not sleep this time, i know people are power Hungry and everyone want to be called president or "gweng". All these who went to the bush ot declear war to south because of some reason, wanted to be presidents. they wanted to overthrown Kiir. that may be the reason.

        RoSs/GoSS internal and external defence units have unity to solve the Alerming problems.

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      • 24 March 2011 10:51, by harry

        Dear Anti Land Grabber,

        This is not about SPLA or SPLM. This is about the South Sudan and its people including Christians, Animists, and Muslims. We can not deny that we don’t have Muslims in South Sudan. Muslims fought along side us when we waged war of liberation and obtained our freedom from the North. This is the fact. No body would deny it.

        So based on this ground, I think GoSS should listen to this group because I believe they have case to tell. As I said earlier, This group claims are debatable and we should not ignore their views. Any rebellion or revolution starts with a few individuals and then spread everywhere;and SPLM/SPLA is a prime example for that.

        This group religious implications to southern problems are serious and deserve a quick attention from the GoSS leadership for swift remedy.

        May be you are not in a position that would makes any differences to this problem because you’re not going to change anything regarding this group.

        For instance,let say you declare war against them like the one we did with Athor. Is that the right solution for this problem, or another destruction to peaceful settlement? Can you dig it! I believe we’re dealing with people who can drag us into deeper conflicts if GoSS did not take appropriate measures to tackle this question peacefully.

        Officially, South Sudan have no official religion or language at this time. Any discrimination based on religion, gender, ethnic,color, tribe, language, handicap conditions, and being tall or short should be strongly discouraged by the government and civil societies.

        Therefore, we can not judge whether this group or others similar groups have ill intentions of taking over the government, but we must deal with them individually through negotiation and peaceful means.

        Governments all over the world have foes and friends. But government can not please them at the same time. Surely, governments may try to narrow the gap through negotiation and peaceful settlement between their foes and friends in order to reach better understanding.

        You said " who cares" and I said any southerner that have a loving and peaceful heart cares, international community including America would care, Muslims around the would care, North Sudan would care, Africans would care, and Mid Eastern countries in particular would care. Let me tell you something, the word is changing in a turn of a dime. So, be more topical regarding ethnics or religious issues around the world.

        In short, I am for peaceful settlemnt regarding this group, or any other groups with that nature. I do not like to see this problem be escalated into regional or international kind of conflicts in the future due to its religious implications, but with kind of our style of crush militarily and forget politically. We’ll for sure, see another Kosovo or Bosnian like situation in South Sudan. Thanks.

        Harry,

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        • 24 March 2011 17:18, by Joseph Canada

          Dear Harry,
          I have one line here..
          Those Muslims you are talking about happen to be those who have the Khatoum Idology. Those fed during the suffering of the Southerners. The Southern Government have nothing to do with religion. Its stated clearly and these old poor Old Slave ruggs that were used by Arabs would like to Drug their Religion to the Government and you are supporting it?
          Have you seen any Christian saying they need even a 2% representation in the Govt.?
          This is madness and its something that you as a smart man can see it as a wrong start. THIS IS WRONG AND ITS VERY WRONG.

          I ALSO BLAME THE INTELEGANCE OT THE GOSS GOVT. FOR NOT IDENTIFYING THESE CRUCKE BEFORE THEY MAKE ANY MOVE.
          They seems to harrasthe wrong and poor people in the Customs and vilages but forgotten the bigger fish.
          Shame on them. This is what happen when you hire someone who have no qualifications to do the work just because he’s your brother or the person you know. I thank The Eastern E. Governor for Desolving the Hiring of Police because of the corruption that would’ve lead to these foes.
          Man, the land have been runned by popular glutons!!
          am sorry that I have to write this way. Am just frustrated by this Bloodshade thing in the land. howmany more live are enough for these Damn Fools to realize that they have done agreat damage?

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          • 25 March 2011 06:14, by harry

            Joseph Canada,

            What kind of solution do you propose? It seems that you did not offer any alternative to put this problem to rest. Don’t just be like many morons who just jumped blindly on the computers to paste some nonsense comments. SPLA/M went to bush to defend such discrimination. So go back to your senses and ask yourself a question regarding this problem. In case if you don’t know what to ask, ask somebody nearest to you. He/she may have a clue about what you can ask. Go and re-read my comment to find a clue there should you fail to ask some one. Again, I ask you. What kind of solutions will solve this problem? Thanks.

            Harry,

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            • 25 March 2011 09:12, by Joseph Canada

              Harry,
              thank you brother for asking that question. those are the questions we should be asking ourselves to better our nation, not to demoralize it.

              these are my suguestions.they are not in an Orderly fashion.

              1.EQUALITY OF GOVERNANCE:
              when you see the trend of the governing body of the Goss, you will notice that the equal sharing is not there. The Goss should be very inclusive and let people chose their leaders rather than Dictating who should lead people.
              Look at it even from the structuring of the Governors again. we have no women leaders in a higher power.

              LISTENNING: May be the leaders of our govt. should do alot of listening, specially to those who have experience in forming the democratic government and to those who ahev atleast knowlage on how to set the laws of the land. Opposition Parties are the Most important aspect of Government since they are the ones that keep the Government from sleeping.
              They should also listen to most of the people in the Diaspora and ask them for the Support since those outside have seen how other countries have rulled themselves and have interracted with some government Officials of those nations.

              3.CORRUPTION AMONG THE LEADERS: look at whats happening within the govt. sectors. most of the people are complaining of not getting paid on time and no reason given, and yet theses offices clamis to be working well to serve their citizens.

              4: ROOT CAUSE OF THE SITUATION:
              these guys should find the root caus of the situation before acting and make sute they follow that root and correct it Immidiatly before another case starts.

              Therefore, they Intelegience working as a secret service should have been those top and well Educated people who knows how to tacle cases in a certain situation. The best part of this is by working with the people who are closse to the person or living in that area and find the individual crukes rather than mob justice.

              ACTION: the Action should be done apropriatly with the right people. Eg. There should be the networking between the local government,(payam,County,and state which work hand in hand with the Central Govt. Then here we can use the right people for the right job. eg. police both Payam, county and State should work in conjunction.

              Lastly but not least,
              they should give the Youth chance to excersise their education on the base of their qualifications. Give them opportunity to create so that they are busy working rather than being idle. The best Example of keeping them is to Creat the Sencus Office that keep the count of everyone in that Payam, that way we can quicky identify who is missing if something goes wrong.

              Again, those are just but a few of the suguestions that i put forth. For more, let me know.

              And this also goes to every individual here.
              GUYS, WE CAN TALK AND TALK AND TALK. WE CAN CALL EACH OTHERS NAMES BUT OUR NEW NATION IS LOSSING THE MOMMENTUM BECAUSE IOF THE WORDS WE ARE USING HERE.
              ITS ONLY YOU AS APERSON WHO CAN CHANGE THAT TO THE OPPOSIT DIRECTION.

              LETS HELP OUR COUNTRY TO UNITE AS ONE. IF YOU KNOW THOSE IN POWER YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO TELL THEM TO LISTERN BEFORE ACTING.

              TELL THEM TO BE VERY INCLUSIVE AND NOT CLING TO THE POWER. LETS LEARND FROM MANDELA. I KNOW MOST OF YOU AND I KNOW THAT WHAT HE DID FOR HIS COUNTRY WAS THE BEST OF THE SOUTH AFRICANS, AFRICA AND THE REST OF THE UNIVERSE. THATS WHY MANDELA IS BEING CELEBRATED IN THE WHOLE WORLD.
              THANK YOU.

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              • 25 March 2011 10:45, by harry

                Dear Joseph Canada,

                Yes, inclusiveness is what we all like to see happen in South Sudan. Your points are clearer than before. I can see you talking and preaching what SPLM/A needs to do when is being confronted with this kind of problem.

                We all have to work for peace no matter what it takes. Because I believe that we been fighting for so long; and it’s time to give a peace a chance. We are not going to win this kind of rebellion, Athor would be a prime example for that.

                That why I try to preach peace and not violence in this forum. When this group of Ayii came out, I thought that we should listen to their views and see how we can help them changing their views by peaceful means, not with war.

                You did mention an interesting point in your response. You said SPLM leadership should listen to its people. And that exactly what I mean, leaders should listen and evaluate the situation first instead of jumping to conclusion of war and crushing the enemy.

                Anyhow, you’re in the right track of preaching peaceful resolution of conflicts or any sorts of rebellions that may take place due to lack of proper communications. Seriously, I commend you for that. Most of us in this forum jump to judge people by not hearing other side of story which is like one sided journalism, and that is too dangerous for society like ours to observe in Southern Sudan.

                I am for peaceful resolution of any conflicts. That why I thought about urging SPLM to listen to this group before everything will get out of hands. It does not mean I support this group, but I feel this group needs somebody in Juba to hear their point of views. I hope you understand my intentions by now. Thanks for responding.

                Harry,

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    • 25 March 2011 09:31, by Lual Garang De Lual

      Dear Brothers
      Joseph, Juba One and Harry
      It is really a shame to be Proud of ourselves when we achieved nothing completely. People you are not aware about the situation we are in to blame Dinkas, Nuers, Shilluk and Murle b’se they are the only people whose their people are involved in rebellion. Imagine David Yauyau, George Athor, Abdel Bagi Ayii, Gatluak Gai and Oliny, they are from Murle, Dinka, Nuer and SHilluk respectively but are these commuinties the enemies of South Sudan? No, I do believe neither of these communities is an enemy of this Nation call the Republic of South Sudan. so where is the blame here? This is an African Saying, "If bend down to look at someone buttocks mind you somebody is looking at your buttocks" It is now coming into a blame game but whether an equatorial rules now, the scenario remains the same as we can’t predict the predictions. It is said in Thuongjang,"Come tomrrow but gets a different version of what was yesterday.

      Here, I am saying let as condemn individuals as they are but not as their community is. It is backwardness and can anger those not involved before simply to join their colleagues from their communities becuase they are condemned when at all they were not involved in the planning and execution of rebellion. In essence, they are only condemned becuase of being in the same community of renegades which is at all wrong and a primitive condemnation.

      On the other case of educated people, yes you are right but go to the SSCCSE statistical data then you will be proud, I think you don’t know the facts about south Sudan, you were just imagining to be proud of your community as an educated one. statistics will convince you.

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      • 25 March 2011 11:37, by harry

        Dear Lual,

        Yes we can condemn them, but we can not solved wrong with another wrong. We’re the government here, and we should listen and consider their demands before we invite them to war. I believed you don’t like what is taking place between SLPA and Athor. Lual, let’s give a peace a chance and see what will happen. Rushing to the war should be our last options. Peace should be our first priority all the time. Thanks

        Harry,

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      • 26 March 2011 10:07, by Joseph Canada

        Dear Lual Hary and Juba One.

        Guys am so please that your minds are so open and looking into the solutions not to the ignition of fire.

        For you Hary: It is true that these guys should listend rather than just acting or practicing what they preach to the people outside South Sudan. When these guys are interviewed by the Media for example, they talk so professionaly and they don’t practice that. They have to know that the Southerners of today are not those of 70s. I hope they are reading this becase the history will tell and the World is watching.

        As for you Mr. Lual, its true that the community can be provocked by mantioning them all the time. But don’t you think its true that the same people are always in that side of the Isle all the time? I read some of your Quotations that really are very strong and and very important at this types of talks. I would like you to think of this senario for a second. Mr. "B" come from the "C" tribe. Mr. B take things by force, Mr. want to be the first on the queline or even refuse to que on the lin when he see clearly that everyone ques. The first question that will coms to your mind is who is this man? where is he from? is it his behavour or their culture?. My friend, when I was Stationed in Chukudum Eastern Equatoria, there was an incident the aniother General called Gen. Peter Lorot from Chukudum. Am very sure you have hard of an incident. All the Didinga and buys people are lebeled to be bad people including civilians. Same case in the toposa land, when few of them staged, the killing of the SPLA during when Niran Batalion came to Kapoeta for the first time. So many Toposa lost lives because of few crooks.
        Actually from my perspective, if you look carefully, this naming can even be the way of solving these South sudan’s cases. How? By getting up as a community or the tribe or how we call it and ask ourselves why we are the only people mentioned all the time?. Why don’t we sit down and look for the way to get our names out of this mess by finding out where this guy is and actually talk to him and ask him what his really problem is?
        Am going to give you another good example again. If something happen in equatoria for example, we can say what part of Equatoria? East? Central? or West? then from there we say what county? what payam? what sub-Payam?. then we can find out who is the sub chiefe there? does he support that situation thats giving all of us shame?

        And this also goes to everyone here not only Lual. Why don’t we those who are in the Diaspora find where these people are, call their Phones if posible and just ask them what their motive is?

        People, we have seen areal fight of the Presidency and other demands in opther countries that we have lived in which are done peacefully by the work of mouth rather than gun.

        The person who think he can solve the case by caring a gun spacialy at this momment in South sudan is the Most Cowardest Human Being who know he can’t stand up Politicaly.

        They are Politically lame and they know clearly that they cant Do it. Now you are running Back to North and plan to kill those who have decided to vote fro freedom. Where will you be stationed after July 9th when the Boarder is drawn?
        Just look at that Poor old man whose bones will be left on the midle of nowhere? am so Sorry for this Guy. God Bless your soul aheard of your death. I wish prophet mohamed to guid you to the place where the Voltures will scater your bones. Amen!

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  • 24 March 2011 08:48, by Hero

    Hi all,

    These’s all about DR traitor’s works. They are determine to do what they can to undermine Mayardit’s success. But I’m pretty sure that, they will be annihited soon.

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  • 24 March 2011 09:31, by Liberator

    SPLA/SPLM

    Quick to fight their own brothers in the South and enthusiastically show their dead corpses on as Brig. Gen. Malaak Ayuel did a few weeks ago on SSTV, is a traitor in my opinion.

    Why not fight the real enemy "Sudan Armed Force’ when they are constantly bombing South Sudan territory? the world is watching especially the United States, who despised BRUTAL cowards who killed their own people, especially civilians.

    Gaddaffi is feeling that brunt of anger from the United States and its allies at the moment.

    Fight your real enemy not own brothers!(Cowards bunch with big bellies Generals-you are bringing shame to South Sudan). other countries in the region are watching closely with disgust!!!

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  • 24 March 2011 10:20, by Rev John Khamis Kamunde

    Oh my God,even someone who is like our grand-fathers,elders, who deserve to be highly respected wanted to be a president.
    What a confused comminity who realy wanted to change our emage in this time.This man was a direct advisor to the president and he was silent because he was part of the government,after reshufled him out,now wanted be become a president:Shame on you old man,you have lost your dignity.

    Prior to this,Athor lost the chance of becoming a governor in Jonglei,now turned his motive and also wanted to be a president:
    What a doom,what a curse,what a greedy hearted people like this????????
    I some time used to say,why did God created me with such a a useless comminity.Please rebelion after rebelion,killing after killing:What are we going to benefit from all this?
    Greedy for positions,and we are losing lives of inocent people Oh my God have mercy on us.

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  • 24 March 2011 10:29, by Historical Boy!

    South Sudanese,

    Alqaeda and terrorism is more likely to be introduced to South Sudan through these outbreak of islamization in the Dinka community.

    Look at what this old militia general plus his young generals in the field are demanding. Taking over of South Sudan by islam.

    Wow! What a treacherous demand by food loving thugs!

    Again, history is very clear that all islamic institutions in the South are formed by Dinkas.

    During the South Sudan Coordination Council, the man who formed the Muslims Council in the South was from Bor Dinka by the name Sheikh Beech, who is currently still in the laps of Bashir in Khartoum.

    Now in the new South Sudan state, it is another extremist Muslim from Bor Dinka by the name Sheik Biar who is the head of the new Islamic Council in the South. Now probably Abdel Ayii is fighting for the right of this Islamic Council.

    Biar was appointed by his late uncle, John Garang, in new site during the SPLM/A bush time to solicit money from muslims around the world.

    You can now see that there are already his "Cyber Jihadists" on the website demanding that Kiir talks to Ayii on the table to listen to his demands of giving more islamic seats in the government.

    So, Bor Dinka produce islamic scholars while those of Bahr el Ghazal produce islamic warriors to fight for the right of the islamized Dinka community.

    No, no guys, it is better to fight for our good governance and rule of law instead of trying to make South Sudan hijacked by Al-qaeda groups.

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    • 24 March 2011 15:16, by Jada Lotole

      You are historical boy indeed ! your analysis is real !
      Be often historical !

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    • 24 March 2011 17:16, by LL Reuben

      Hysteria Boy! aka Gat-witch,

      This is not new; the old ill-tempered bastard will get his rear swing by the mighty SPLA. Unlike Athor, Gatluak, and Yauyau who have rally up the Nuer militias, this primitive old dude’s rebellion bears no significant impact. Don’t get anxious about the current militias’ situation in the South, soon, the mighty SPLA will nib its butt, including those undeclared traitors within.

      Before you speculate on this with your usual poor analyses, you should ask yourself this question. Where is he (Ayii) going to get thugs who are willing to die for an explainable course? Like those Nuer in unity State and in the Nuer section of Jonglei (Uror, Akobo and Nyirol).

      Gat-witch or hysteria boy! Whatever you’ve became these days. You’ve always sounded hopeless and unpatriotic. Is it because witchcraft Ngundeng’s made-up prophecies have been proven false? What is it Gat-witch that drive your ill-wish against the people of South Sudan? You think agonizing against SPLM constantly will help your traitors in any way or the other?

      I thought you were a fan of traitor Riek Machar, if so, don’t you want him to be known down our history for at least something. Since traitor Riek came back from his divorce with Bashir, he is been clinging on to Salva waist in Juba, this could be his best chance to make clean history for himself. As he will be remembered simply as first vice president of the modern day South Sudan (New Sudan)

      By the way, I don’t really blame you that much. Perhaps, who knows, traitor Riek maybe supporting the sub-human men of Unity State. This could be only reason to why you are always pro-militias and anti-South Sudan (including its government the SPLM).

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  • 24 March 2011 10:29, by Martin Muong

    Hey guys this blackmuslim so called Abdel-Bagi Ayii is not a genuine Dinkaman.So you guys who are blaming Dinka for being greedy for leadership, You are all mistaken. Please let us work together hand in hand to solve Abdel-Bagi’s second mutiny once and for all and let us not put blame on specific tribe.
    The man has just come yesterday from rebellion and he is a life threatening now.Please don’t trust such people like Abdel-Bagi and George Athor they are couple of idiots. SPLA send Abdel-Bagi to another world, because he keens on establishing
    Mohammedanism religion in the country, if you taken it lightly it will bring another bifurcation of Southern Sudan some years to come.

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    • 24 March 2011 12:40, by Cibaipiath Junub Sudan

      You guys,
      You have said alot both negatives and positives regarding the move of the rebellion in South. Take it in this form.

      If people of South Sudan are really human beings who distingusish themselves from animals, what can you really see in these traitors? What do yo understand from the word Militia and who can define it exactly? Is George Athor a militia compare to Abdel Bagi, David Yauyau, Oliny, Gatluak Gai and others who are silent in the Government of South Sudan?

      Those militias who want to rule in South Sudan, what kind of contribution did they make in these processes for liberation?

      What can people of South Sudan remember them for if the die at long last?

      It is very clear from the report that Abdel Bagi was a former adviser to President Kiir and lost his position during April 2010 elections. Is it the first time for him to lost a position? He lost his position long time ago in the NIF regime as well as NCP regime till he became old at rank of Major General which he awarded himself with.

      If i was president Kiir, i would have taken action now to sieze all his forge officers who were integrated into SPLA and all organised forces. Let this group be disarmed as soon as possible. That is an indication that the Government of South Sudan is in threat.

      Abdel Bagi should not joke and will not suceed if he uses Bar El Ghazal as a port of his operations. He shuold go and seek weak corridors which are upper nile and Unity States. No room in Bar El Ghazal.

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  • 24 March 2011 11:35, by Jalinga

    Abdel-Bagi Ayii, Ex-adviser for the government to rebell with,shame on people. But we have to identify clearly what is wrong with the current government. i was talking early that south Sudan country which came as a result of deadly loss of all tribes in the south should not be turned into pride of few individuals. But some body called me mad. Lets see where we are heading?

    Jalinga

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  • 24 March 2011 13:33, by Ngiechjam

    Am getting tired of hearing and seeing this news on Sudan tribune,who is Abdal Bagi Ayii whose his name confused trying to make coup how lair you are Ayii shame on you to claiming to be president for your house or to the entire South Sudan? this the question which need answer before I said more, Are you not seem to be very close to the world pf dead who will accept to follow you?
    You are lair just consume that money and don,t attempt to come Southward otherwise you will finish before dawn.
    this time we will fight any ant trying to do sth agaist the South no joke reality.

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  • 24 March 2011 13:42, by Jongkuch

    What is it? This is just nonsense. Any criminal can’t be considered anything but an evil that needs to be removed. Is there anybody among South Sudanese who wants to establish an Islamic state in South Sudan? This is what we fought against for fifty years and I do not think even a deaf and dump South Sudanese will follow this rubbish.

    Jongkuch

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  • 24 March 2011 13:59, by Hillary B.M.L,M

    Now we can conclude that the only peaceful people in South Sudan are Equatorians, see those panicking Tribes, all what they are thinking is Presidency or Ministry in order to lot. Within themselves, everybody want to be Boss.
    Read and recognize the rebellions names all but with exception of Equatorians.

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    • 24 March 2011 14:21, by Lo Isu

      You are right bro.

      I am beginning to wonder how the capital city of SS will survive from these thugs. But who cares in fact let them transfer if today and we see down the road which part of SS will be viable for development. A bunch of greedy, power hungry unfortunately placed in this part of the cosmos. Hell could be their best location because I learnt that there everything is solved by fire.

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  • 24 March 2011 15:15, by Paul Ongee

    Ya Abdel Bagi Ayii,

    The principal enemy of freedom and peace we know is Khartoum given its record of political marginalization since the entry of Arabs into Sudan (The land of the black) in 1820. Another enemy of freedom and peace we southerners are trying to identify is us whether he/she was in the bush or not, a Christian or Muslim who believes mainly in self-interest and free money from Khartoum.

    What sense does it make if you were in the bush for over 21 years, rebelled against your own govt. after losing elections to become governor of a state? Was that the main goal of being in the bush that during the interim period one "must" be a governor of a state or a president of the government of Southern Sudan?

    For those southerners like Abdel Bagi Ayii and the likes who came from Khartoum and got integrated into the SPLM, why did you waste your time to make such decision to join your brothers in the south if you know that you were really free politically and religiously in the North/Khartoum? Why don’t you remain in the North not only to serve the interest of Khartoum but rebel against NCP for not allowing a Christian rule Sudan according to Islamic law instead of beating around the bush for the sake of attracting media attention.

    Even international media is aware that Khartoum (and its allies) is the only one providing ligistical support to these rebel/militia groups formed to destabilize South Sudan. To Khartoum, the imminent independence of Southern Sudan means loss of control of oil revenue which will certainly translate into its economic downturn.

    The issue here is, how can Abdel Bagi Ayii convince the world that he rebeled because he was demanding for disolution of the current elected government (GOSS) to include southern muslims or terrorist I may call? If he is a real Muslim, not a converted one for obtaining food and prominent political position, I believe he knows where Osama Bin Laden is hiding. Let me tell you Abdel Bagi, Khartoum’s next plans and their means of implementation against GOSS are already on the radar.

    Le me be clear here, with this kind of subversive and disruptive development, where will all these traitors run/go as Khartoum government is nearly exiting from power to pave way for political transformation in the whole north? However, South Sudan will certainly achieve its goal of celebrating its hard-won historic independence under the leadership of Joshua H.E. Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit.

    Paul Ongee
    Khartoum, Sudan

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  • 24 March 2011 16:11, by amon

    OK, now we the people of South Sudan have known our true enemies and the enemies of peace and God. When will we understand? Is because some of us grew up with animal milk and lack human understanding? Our main problem is Jealousy,power hungry,ignorance, corruption and hatred.

    Oh, my God! What on earth we the people of South Sudan are doing? we could not even understand why YOU created us and give us this beautiful land full of resources.

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  • 24 March 2011 16:11, by Lokeji

    Am so tire and stress by hearing and seeing all these misfortunes that are befalling on us one after another.dear our elders and leaders, not all of you can be presidents in the same country and also in the same time,it’s not necessarily for you to be a president,ministers and governors to serve us but you can serve us in many fields.
    Mr Abdel-Bagi base on your picture posted in this article, it shows that you are an old man who is suppose to sit-back and try to direct and advice the young generation of how to fashion this great dream that you fought for and many of your age-mates yearn to see it.But am shock to know that, you are waging a rebellion on religious objective.if you want the muslims to be represented by 30% in the government of south sudan,then in this sense are we building a nation base on democracy and meritocracy or theocracy? because in the end of the day all the religions, tribes and section in the south will be using your very argument to attain either their personal or external interest.We don’t want our country to become like Lebanon where government structures are base on religious sects.We fought with the north,because we want secular state with equal citizenship and freedom of religions.
    I would like you to redefine your objective, in order for your rebellion not to look like religious rebellion.I personal respect any rebellion base on secular motives or for the corruption that is ragging in the government of south sudan but this does not justify the killing of many innocent citizens who are falling as victims of this power wrangling.We know all what is taking place in SPLM party, there are many thugs within SPLM/A ranks wanted to erect communist state or another Cuba rule under Fidol Castro of southern sudan.Am afrail that all our strugght for the last 50 years will just evapourate from our eyes, because of our greed.Lord show us your mercy and love and clean us from all evil and greed for power.

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  • 24 March 2011 16:37, by kaci-banno

    What really rebel in South Sudan looking for, I don’t understand, Is A curse from God? Why some become so confused, May God help Government of south South even though things seems going wrong.

    By: Kaci-Ma-banno.

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  • 24 March 2011 16:54, by AJ Souther Sudanese

    I understand this is irrelevant to the article presented but i thought it’s relevant topic to some of the issues and struggle we face as Black people, more specifically as Souther Sudanese. 

    Feel free to express your personal view and elaborate on this thoughts.

    Here it is.....

    By Dee Lee

    THEY ARE STILL OUR SLAVES We can continue to reap profits from the Blacks without the effort of physical slavery Look at the current methods of containment that they use on themselves: IGNORANCE, GREED, and SELFISHNESS.

    Their IGNORANCE is the primary weapon of containment. A great man once said, "The best way to hide something from Black people is to put it in a book." We now live in the Information Age.

    They have gained the opportunity to read any book on any subject through the efforts of their fight for freedom,yet they refuse to read. There are numerous books readily available at Borders, Barnes & Noble, and not to mention their own Black Bookstores that provide solid blueprints to reach economic equality (which should have been their fight all along),but few read consistently, if at all.

    GREED is another powerful weapon of containment. Blacks, since the abolition of slavery, have had large amounts of money at their disposal.Last year they spent 10 billion dollars during Christmas, out of their 450 billion dollars in total yearly income (2.22%).

    Any of us can use them as our target market, for any business venture we care to dream up, no matter how outlandish, they will buy into it.Being primarily a consumer people, they function totally by greed. They continually want more, with little thought for saving or investing.

    They would rather buy some new sneaker than invest in starting a business. Some even neglect their children to have the latest Tommy or FUBU, and they still think that having a Mercedes, and a big house gives them "Status" or that they have achieved their Dream.

    They are fools! The vast majority of their people are still in poverty because their greed holds them back from collectively making better communities.

    With the help of BET, and the rest of their black media that often broadcasts destructive images into their own homes, we will continue to see huge profits like those of Tommy and Nike. (Tommy Hilfiger has even jeered them, saying he doesn’t want their money, and look at how the fools spend more with him than ever before!). They’ll continue to show off to each other while we build solid communities with the profits from our businesses that we market to them.

    SELFISHNESS, ingrained in their minds through slavery, is one of the major ways we can continue to contain them. One of their own, Dubois said that there was an innate division in their culture. A "Talented Tenth" he called it. He was correct in his deduction that there are segments of their culture that has achieved some "form" of success.

    However, that segment missed the fullness of his work. They didn’t read that the "Talented Tenth" was then responsible to aid The Non-Talented Ninety Percent in achieving a better life. Instead, that segment has created another class, a Buppie class that looks down on their people or aids them in a condescending manner.

    They will never achieve what we have. Their selfishness does not allow them to be able to work together on any project or endeavor of substance.When they do get together,their selfishness lets their egos get in the way of their goal Their so-called help organizations seem to only want to promote their name without making any real change in their community.

    They are content to sit in conferences and conventions in our hotels, and talk about what they will do, while they award plaques to the best speakers, not to the best doers. Is there no end to their selfishness? They steadfastly refuse to see that TOGETHER EACH ACHIEVES MORE (TEAM)

    They do not understand that they are no better than each other because of what they own, as a matter of fact, most of those Buppies are but one or two pay checks away from poverty. All of which is under the control of our pens in our offices and
    our rooms.

    Yes, we will continue to contain them as long as they refuse to read,continue to buy anything they want, and keep thinking they are "helping" their communities by paying dues to organizations which do little other than hold lavish conventions in our hotels. By the way, don’t worry about any of them reading this letter,remember, ’THEY DON’T READ!!!!

    Think about it hard and do something about it...Please sent it to all your black friends.

    Dee Lee, a white man says "THEY ARE STILL OUR SLAVES" /and RBG SS Agrees - RBG Afrikan- Centered Cu

    "WHO REALLY WROTE IT IS BESIDE THE POINT, STUDY THE CONTENT/TRUTH AND IMPLEMENT A PROACTIVE PLAN" Pictorial and Video Education Embellishments by RBG Street Scholar THEY ARE STILL OUR SLAVES Why:...

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  • 24 March 2011 18:10, by Son of Greater Equatoria

    Just split south sudan into three countries, Equatoria will develop without so called oil in south.

    Long live Republic of Equatoria

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    • 24 March 2011 19:59, by piol

      son of Equatoria. All this years why equatorians didn’t librate and developed their land? Most of oil money are being use to develop Equatoria than any other states in southern sudan.why you didn’t split it with arabs?

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  • 24 March 2011 21:02, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

    To Uncles Ayii
    You have got it wrong, if put Islamic forward as to rebel is totally wrong any black man in Sudan to Rebel. It is better to say injustice in the Goss policy.

    And not accomplishes the Liberation goal we have been in the bush. We need to hear the Africa Liberators tones not Islamic. We went to the bush due to Islamic Regime and Islamic mistreatment of African people. Why would we have an Islamic name than the African?

    We are not fighting Africa because religion or any formed of believed. We are fighting for human right individual liberty and justice.

    We need co friendship among our African community in the Sudan.
    Tone of liberator
    Nguetbuny

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  • 24 March 2011 22:19, by Dinka-Defender-General

    Hey there. I’m sorry, but you speak the truth that "85% of Equatorians are educated." You are definitely right on that. When we fought, Equatorians were in the school and they get all the educations they need. But We, the other tribes who write incorrect or sentences were fighting for the freedom and liberty you enjoy today. So, don’t be proud to be educated than other people. They were not sleeping or staying at home when you and other Equatorians people went to school. In fact, I remembered back in 1994 when I was in Juba outposts fighting Arabs. There were older children than myself going to school in Pageri, Keya,Torit, Mageri, Yambio and many other Equatorian counties. These children stayed with their families, but I slept outside guarding them. I didn’t think in term of joining them before liberation. I was thinking in term of freedom fighter and liberator. Now, you twist that chance Equatorians got to avoid fighting because most Equatorians used to think SPLA/SPLM fighters are going to be defeat similar to Anya-Anya I. I was still a boy, but I knew clearly what I was fighting for. I was fighting for the freedoms of all Southerners. So, please don’t be proud for the education you got when we were fighting. You are hurting freedom fighters including myself. I remember I use to played and hanged out with the Equatorian Kids in their school backyard after school. After we played they go home and I go back to my platoon unit. Therefore, stop your nonsense my friend and try to get people united instead of disunited. May I ask you a question, where were you during war? Where did you get your education? I started my school outside and under the tree during civil war and I was tired of getting school outside that’s why i took a gun and went to war. I was not old enough to fight, but I decided to fight. Now, after peace is signed. I’m back to school if you are curious about my education backgrounds. Let me tell something, these called rebel leaders from Dinka tribe or other tribes are not fighting for the freedom, but for greediness,and self-interest. They will get nowhere. They don’t think in term of tomorrow. They want to stir up the SPLA/SPLM government for their greediness and you act like those leaders who rebel against SPLA. May I ask you, what are they fighting for? Position and greediness right. That’s right. Greed and selfishness. They don’t think. Here you have it. Following their leads or follow the lead of all Southerners. Peace out from freedom fighter and Southern Sudan Defender General.

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  • 25 March 2011 08:53, by Dinkanuer

    Last year when visiting Juba the capital of New State, I was almost chocking to death! I thought we are already separated with Muslims.
    I didn’t expect some ignorant Great Equatoria people who are still kissing their masters asses while the Might SPLA/SPLM brought to them a great news hope of freedom. I walk into the Mosque in Juba to make sure those who are picking their noses on our land with white linens on their foreheads are not Southerners.

    They were all Equatorians with mixed colors; seventy five percent of children were belong to Arab militaries that were in Equatoria areas at the times. I was with friend call James Kuku John who was also Juba born, he explained to me that those kids were born randomly due to insecurity during the war.
    Before the SPLA all the women and girls including teenagers were forced by Sudan Militaries to have sex with them and forced them to let go to Mosque. And they were forced to worship what so call Allah! Most of the Teenagers were sexual abused and now are paralysis as you see them. They were even forced men to have sex with them mostly they Equatorian and Darfur people were they victim of sexually abused.

    Before the war Kuku was in Khartoum and came back later to Juba where he was locking inside the city. Kuku was pretending to be an original Muslim and he was awarded to be clerical, he did this to save his life but he was a Christian. He tried his best now to bright back the lost sheep of the Lord and Almighty Jesus Christ to his hedge. Kuku said there are 257 Mosques in Equatoria Land and 79 of those Mosques were located in Juba alone!
    How great shame is this to our Great Equatorian? Sir can you let go the Muslims? Shame on you Equatoria! This land of our great grand fathers smells good since God given it to our mother! You don’t need to bow down to smell it other you will smell the bullet. Please be advice! No more Muslims on this land and those Ayii or whatever you call him will soon be slaughter like a goat. Take care of yourself, no Islamic and Terrorist on our land!_________________________________________________________
    For those who are still using Ngundeng ideologies, please be inform! Ngundeng had shameful things to be said about him. First,

    He was not a Prophet but a profit to his royalist in Nuer.
    He had many names according to his activities in many parts of South Sudan.
    He was a Cannibal animal according to Nuer man who doesn’t need to be mentioned
    His first name was Ngundeng-meaning that he was send by God.
    After he gone wild and ran away.
    His name changed to be Gatluakmanguel in Nuer dialect.
    He ate many Nuer men and women in Nuer Land
    Dinka. His name was Manyang e Juet.
    He ate many children, animal claviers and cows’s bulls in Dinka Land.
    Equatoria with different languages including English and Arabic
    His name was Tiger

    The Nuer man who refused to be target by Ngundeng’s salves pointed out that. Ngundeng had no father or mother but the Devil who came out in the River Nile in a form of fish, when the Nuer boys want for fishing. They fish for so many hours and they caught nothing, when the boys get tied and ready to go back home. One of them told other guys that there was a fish ate his hook lastly, the boy convinced other friends to tried one more time! Shortly after he putted on snail body on the hook, he had thrown it into Nile River. Immediately, Ngundeng was caught. The boy was attempting to pull the Fish Ngundeng out in the river but it was difficult for him to do so, then he called his associates to pull Ngundeng on the shore. They brought it out and they were smile some of them were told to go and collect firewood in order for the young men to roast their fish.
    Unfortunately! The Fish Ngundeng changed into big snake! And the boys ran away from it, the boys thought that they were dreaming and they came back for the second times. The Snake Ngundeng light it body and become bright as well as electricity light. They ran home and they spread the news to the community, when the Nuer elders came to the place where Ngundeng was pulled. It was still there as snake with it light. People gather together around it and started asking question how did this happen? The Snake Ngundeng changed into human being and told people not to run away. All of them were shocking and scary to death except Human Ngundeng who perform such witchcraft. things "Come down, come down now!" The Human Ngundeng said. Who are you? The Nuer elders asked him. I am Nyajok_ which mean woman devil! The Human Ngundeng answer! She knew her own physical appearance as she is a hermaphrodite. (A person with both the organs of a man and a woman) Wow! Brothers and sisters of Nuer I am sorry for your Profit. Nyajok Ngundeng was not a Prohet? It was your profit to cheat people for his power but It was not a Prophet? It was a Satan?

    Cie liel du dem e mac!

    By Dinkanuer!

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    • 25 March 2011 16:49, by Lokeji

      Dinkanuer, I really doubt if at all you are a southern sudanese, because the confusion of your name provoke a lot of questions.You might be one of the enemies planted in our mids.There is no sound minded southerner who dare to write such rubbish and child-like writings or call it opinions.
      If am not mistaken, southerners were not fighting for the last 50years against the islamic religion but rather against the central government and not even against arabs or northerners, because there were some arabs (the like of yassir araman and masuro khalid) and northerners (the likes of malik agar and Abdullah Azizi)who participated fully in the last 21 years of SPLM/A liberation war. The purpose of the fighting were due to the reasons known to every southern sudanese in particular and Sudan as a whole.I need to remind you and your friend kuku that southern sudanese population is composed of all these religions and we need to respect every one’s religion, in order to pave way for a stable, peacefull and co-existing republic of south sudan .my brother Nations are not build on religions but rather on citizenship.please stop this war you are trying to creat between religions.The republic of south sudan is for all southern sudanese, despite all their religious,tribal and political afiliations or inclinations.We need to instill in our people a nationistic zeal rather than religious fanaticism.

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    • 27 March 2011 20:12, by Joseph Canada

      Dear Brother DinkaNuer,
      It seems like you have agood knowlege about Ngundeng and you seems to have studied Ngundengism very long may be you got a Phd On this studies. What does it have to do with the conflict of the whole South Sudan?

      We are about to start anew page where by all the crises have to be solved as you see some of the guys like Harry here asking me questions as to how we can come together and resolve conficts such as thos that happen on those staed, yet you are insiting hatrate and name calling.

      Its true that we have differences in cultures. Every culture in africa or Ethinuicity have the believe in cluding that of MAJIMAJI REBALLION IN TANGANYIKA by KEJIKETILA as wel as THE NDEMBELE UNDER King LOBENGULA had ways and charms of fighting wars just as the Ngundeng did to Nuer people to resist wars. But does that have to do with anything here? Brother, the history will come and you will be Granted to teach the Ngundeng in the South to those like me. But for now lets look into the Solutions not the blame. It have been unfortunate that you incited alot of things here that are not develomental.

      BROTHER DINKAnUER,You disrespect the Office of the VP of the Republic alot. Do you think you gain anything by dispising your own country and your government like that?
      Does it help you gain anything? Yes it might help you release your Anger to the computer. But after all the Anger is out what next?.

      Please this are critical times when we all need to stay together and somve the cases like this. It is a high time we stand up and look into the Future of our nation. WE HAVE THE NATION NOW AND WE SHOULD STAND AS ONE INCLUDING THE NGUNDENG FOLOWERS. YES WE KNOW ATROCITIES HAVE BEEN COMMITED, YES WE KNOW HOMES HAVE BEEN BURNT. YES WE KNOW EACH ONT OF US HERE HAVE LOST THEIR LOVE ONES. BUT WE CAN’T LET THIS GO ANY FURTHER. FOR YOUR INFO BROTHER WE HAVE LOST OUR PEOPLE FOR THE LAST 21YEARS COMPARED TO RWANDA WHO LOST PEOPLE IN ONE NIGHT. NOW THEY ARE LIVING IN PEACE COZ THEY LEARNED FROM THAT. THEY LEARND NOT TO HATE AGAIN!!!. WHY DO YOU HATE SOMUCH AND LOVE TO INCITE SO MUCH. YOU SEEMS TO BE ANEDUTAED PERSON. WHAT DOES FORGIVING MEANS TO YOU?

      Anyways its disturbing bro and please lets divert away from such talks unless you don’t love your county.
      peace!

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  • 25 March 2011 09:11, by Ochan

    Dear all,

    I am sick of these people who refer to Equatoria like a tribe. who told you that Equatoria is not part of this confusion? Gen. Peter Lorot, and the likes are still roaming the area. in Eastern Equatoria.

    I am from the Acholi community and I donnot think there is justice even among us the people who live in Eastern Equatoria and here the Madi and the SOuthern Bari are busy trying to push us away from our land in Kit river..

    those who write mabye arabs who are trying to incite stupid Southerners Like Ayii and the like to fight themselve.. but if they are true people from Equatoria region, they know better...

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    • 25 March 2011 14:25, by amon

      Ochan, I don’t know what type of Equatorian are you really?

      I think not all those tribes who are rebelling now are bad people, but only those with their own hidden personal agenda are evils. We have seen most of the dinkas, the nuer and shiluk who really love peace and freedom and they are working day and night to keep SPLM/A a live.

      I don’t think we can talk about the tribal issues here. If you have problem bari, sit down with them and solve it.

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