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South Sudan Lou tribe says ready for peace but asks for justice

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LOU COMMUNITY PEACE COUNCIL

We are for peace but shall remain vigilant and united.

RESOLUTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF LOU COMMUNITY MEETING IN JUBA ON RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN JONGLEI STATE

Preamble

The Lou Community Peace Council convened an urgent meeting in Juba on Saturday 11th 2009, for members of Lou Nuer Community in Juba to discuss urgent security developments in Jonglei State affecting the community particularly, the deteriorating Lou Nuer relations with neighbouring communities ( Murle of Pibor and Dinka of Duk County).

The meeting which was attended by 112 individuals of Lou Community in Juba, listened to a briefing by members of the team of Lou political leaders that visited the area recently, and to the opening statement from the Chairman of the Council and made a number of resolutions and recommendations as follows:

RESOLUTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

1. Lou – Murle Conflict

1.1. The meeting noted that the recent upsurge of hostilities between Lou and Murle was a result of repeated recent attacks by the Murle Community on Lou Nuer people in which hundreds of Lou men, women and children were killed or wounded, children and women abducted and thousands herds of cattle robbed. The Lou were left in desperate situation with no other option left to them except to retaliate in order to bring back their abducted women and children and stolen cattle since the State Government proved unable and helpless to maintain law and order throughout the state.

1.1.2 The meeting noted with great disappointment the fact that the Murle were able to carry out their indiscriminate and unprovoked attacks on Lou people just soon after the visit of the Vice President of the Government of Southern Sudan Dr. Riek Machar and the Murle prominent leader Major-General Ismail Konyi to Akobo, Nyirol and Uror Counties. While in these Counties both leaders assured the citizens of Lou that the Murle would observe peace and harmony and that the Lou can move with their cattle for grazing and water in areas adjacent to the Murle without fear of any Murle attacks. Their assurances turned out to be not genuine but mere statements without value. Both leaders are therefore partly responsible for the disaster that happened.

1.1.3. The meeting affirmed the desire of Lou community to live in peace with their neighbours in the state. In this spirit, the meeting appreciated the peace initiative from some Murle intellectuals and leaders through the good offices of the Southern Sudan Peace Commission and supported the idea of dialogue between the two communities with the view to achieving a lasting peaceful coexistence between the two neighbouring people. The meeting therefore urged the Peace Commission to support this initiative with resources so that the situation is put under control and future conflict prevented.

1.1.4. The meeting approved the decision taken by the joint Lou- Murle Committee which was formed after the meeting with the Peace Commission to work towards the realization of immediate cessation of hostilities between the two communities pending the holding of a Peace Conference under the auspices of the Southern Sudan Peace Commission. To achieve this end, the meeting recommended that further attacks or hostile incursions for revenge by members of the two communities should stop immediately.

1.1.5. Any children, women or any captured persons on both sides should be treated humanely until the peace conference is convened between the two communities and peace and reconciliation is achieved.

1.1.6. The meeting calls upon the UN agencies particularly UNMISS to help in evacuation of Lou citizens who are now held in Pibor and Likuenole but who were not involved in the recent fighting, to their respective counties to ensure their safety. The Pibor County Commissioner is called upon to gurantee the safety of those people.

2.0. The Conflict between Lou and Dinka of Duk County

2.1. Admittedly, these two communities have close historical and cultural ties spanning many years. However, the present conflict initially has its historical roots in the sharing of grazing areas and water points (toiches). Since 2006, relations between the two communities have been unfortunately on the path of deterioration. Such issues as County boundaries, cattle theft and most recently the involvement of members of the organized forces hailing from Nyarweng community (Poktap) in ambushing and killing of sons of Lou Nuer from the Wildlife forces and looting of personal as well as public money found in their possession meant for employees of Nyirol County, have made the situation even worse.

The collusion of the County Commissioner in the attacks against Lou and the apparent helplessness of the State in holding those responsible for these heinous criminal activities accountable for their crimes is of great concern to the Lou community and must be addressed.

Therefore, to stop further deterioration of the situation and avoid any further loss of lives between the two communities, the meeting resolved the following:

2.1.1. The killers of the wildlife officers and scouts or wardens at Poktap should be arrested and brought before the law forthwith. Any cover up in this matter may lead to disastrous consequences which would not be good for the peace and harmony of the state.

2.1.2. Duk County authorities should open the road passing through their area for Lou citizens to travel to the state Capital Bor without being offloaded from vehicles or killed while en route as is currently the case. This will avoid any acts of retaliation.

2.1.3. The Commissioner of Duk County is implicated in the events of Poktap in which Wildlife officers and some Lou citizens were deliberately ambushed and several of them killed only a few kilometres away from Poktat!! The state Authorities should be sensitive and take legal action against him instead of promoting him. He was aware of the plot.

2.1.4. Lou cattle taken by citizens of Duk in May 2007 should be returned by the Duk County authorities so that the Lou community does not resort to self-help.

2.1.5. Lou Women and children killed recently by citizens of Duk County while the Lou people were still away in Murle land to recover their children and cattle must be compensated.

2.1.6. The Authorities of the state should effectively intervene in the conflict between Lou community and people of Nyarweng and Hol to avoid the area descending into lawlessness.

2.1.7. Jonglei State authorities should assist and facilitate a peace conference between Duk and the two Counties of Uror and Nyirol.
2.1.8. There is need to strengthen law enforcement agencies in the area.

3.0. Lou – Jikany Relations

3.1. The Meeting appreciates the outcome of the Ulang Conference between Lou and Jikany and calls for further consolidation of peace in the area. The meeting however noted that points 10 and 11 of the final resolutions of the conference need to be clarified and further reviewed to avoid any conflict in the future.

3.2. The Meeting observes that issues of local identity and administrative boundaries should be separated and further that the aspirations of the people should be taken into account when considering administrative boundaries of counties.

4.0. Lou – Gaawar Relations

4.1. The meeting expresses satisfaction with the prevailing peace between Lou and Gaawar despite occasional breaches of peace by some bandits and cattle thieves from both sides.

4.2. The meeting calls upon the county Commissioners concerned to work together in controlling and punishing any criminals that disturb peace across common borders.

5.0. On the Role of State Authorities

5.1. The meeting calls upon Jonglei State authorities to implement disarmament of the civilian population in the State, this time starting with the Murle followed by the Dinka and the Nuer and others. This is because in 2006 disarmament was started in Lou Nuer and did not include the Murle and Dinka communities who are now heavily armed.

5.2. The state should exert more efforts to alleviate the current food insecurity in the Lou counties which has been aggravated by the closure of roads leading to the counties.( e.g. Uror).

5.3. The state has to recognize the role of community leaders in peace-building and development and should be consulted on matters connected with their political constituencies.

Approved by the participants in the meeting held at Beijing hotel on Saturday 11th April 2009 in Juba as per attached attendance sheets.

LOU NUER PEACE COUNCIL (2)

List of members of Lou Community who attended the briefing meeting in Juba to Address Security Concerns.

Hon. Gabriel Yoal Dok. Chairman of Lou Coucil
Hon. John Luk Jok, - Vice Chairman of Lou Council
Hon. John Jok Chol - Member Lou Council
Hon. Gatkuoth Dup – member Lou Council
Hon. Nyang Chuol Dhuor – member
Mr Chuol Rambang Loth – member
Rev. Moses Mayul Thor - member
Mr Micheal Ruot Puk
Rev. Micheal Chot Lul - Council member
Mr. Tap Koat Wal - Council member
Mr. William Malual Todel
Mr Keila Duol Kueth
Mr Gatkiir reay
Mr. Yien Ural Lam
Mr. Joy Bel
Mr. Nyang Lam Weil
Mr Goi Yol
Mr. Majok Gatluak Toak
Mr. Ruon Bidong
Mr. James Gatkuoth Riek
Mr. Gatluak Malual
Mr. Lam Gatluak
Mr. David Mai Tang
Mr. General System Kueth Kong
Mr. Samuel gatwech
Mr. Gatwech Gang Lual
Mr James Ruot Chung
Mr. Thomas Tut Kuol
Mr. Gordon gatwech Chol
Mr Char Nhial Chol
Mr Gatwech James Ruot
Mr John Dak Chung
Rev. David Biel Choil
Mr. Simon Hoth Biel
Mr. Gatluak Riek Malual
Mr. Pidor Tut Puol
Mr. Micheal Yien Jiek
Mr. Lam Simon Chot
Mr. Pal Gor Luak
Mr. Micheal Gatkuoth Mayian
Mr. Stephen With Ngunoak
Mr. John Jok Manyuon
Mr. Juma Duoth Thoan
Mr. Nhial Gatwech Chung
Mr. Isaac Khan Lok
Mr. Stephen Thomas Wor Jok
Mr. Tut Bangot Rut
Mr. Butrous Rial Kok
Mr. Kuony William Kueth
Mr. Johnson Ruach
Mr. James Sigin Banak
Mr. Andrew Bil Lual
Mr. Tut Jakok Wieu
Mr William Machar Ruadheal
Mr. Gatkuoth Changpiny
Mr.James Malith Gatluak
Mr. Stephen Kuon Puk
Mr. Jacob Dei Tut
Mr. Khor Makuac
Jeremiah Gatkor Duol
Mr Musa Makuach Machar
Mr. Deng Minyjang Malual
Mr. Hoth Duol Bol
Mr. Kulang War Joak
Mr. Chuol Ruei Nyuot
Mr. Mark Bangot Gok
Mr. John Luk Deng
Mr. Mark Yoa Lual
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Mr Paulino Kueth
Mr. Peter Gatkuoth
Mr. Teah Gatjiek
Mr. Mai Riek Bum
Mr. Isaac Lok Wiyual
Mr. William Hon Kolang
Mr. Peter char Muang
Mr.Paul Opio Both Wityian
Mr. Yoanes Both Tut Kong
Mr. Banen James Ruot
Mr. Manyang Bol Dak
Mr. Chuol James Ruot
Mr. Chuong Ruot Gatkuoth
Mr. Koang Puok Dieu
Mr. Gatluak Gai Chol
Mr. Peter Khor Malual
Mr. Tut Chuol Chan
Mr. Goi Gatluak Reth
Mr. Stephen Hoth Ker
Mr James Chuol Jany
Mr. Chan Gony Dup
Mr. Charchuor Chuol Thok
Mr. David Ruon Nyieth
Mr. Chiang chuol Dup
Mr. Pal Kun Buoy
Mr. Tor Kang Yol
Mr. Lul Micheal Chot
Rev. peter Tut Pur
Mr Chuol Thiran Nyuot
Mr. Juma Mut Lual
100. Mr. John Ret Gatjiek
101. Mr.Chuol Kok Chaper
102. Mr. Lul Ruai Kong
103. Mr. Tut Gon Nyuot
104. Mr. Gatwech Rambang chol
105. Mr. Lam Nhial Thong
106. Mr. Ter Jok Weal
107. Mr.Bijany K. Tut
108. Mr. Wal Chagor Padit
109. Mr.Manyok Ajak
110. Mr. Simon Gatwech Rik
111.Mr.Gatkuoth James Ruot
112. Latjor Kuon Pachuei

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  • 14 April 2009 10:26, by Gatwech

    Lou-Nuer,

    That is a good initiative and powerful resolutions. You are right that disarmament in Jonglei state should now start with Bor Dinka or Nyarweng and Murle before it reaches Lou-Nuer. It is also good for you to appreciate the successful peace conference between Lou-Nuer and Jikany-Nuer under the auspices of the Vice President Dr. Riek Machar in Ulang. Even his initiatives with Murle and Lou-Nuer were in good faith, but because of the chronic theft and abductions in Jonglei state, the Murle violated Dr. Machar’s peace initiatives and continued to attack Lou-Nuer. Now you are frustrated and attacked the very peaceful initiatives because it was not honored by Murle. Just you understand that every peace intitiative does not automatically succeed. So accusing the one who tried to make peace between you and Murle is not right. He did not wish it to fail. But somebody violated it. Just keep on with peace initiatives with the Murle until they listen and stop attacking you one day. Don’t get frustrated!

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    • 14 April 2009 12:28, by atmospheric

      Yes people of Lou-Nuer, it’s a joy when you see people searching solutions peacefully .Let us promptly push this government of state to bring those criminals of Dinka Duk to the justice
      and serve the law for their wrong doing.

      God blase greater Lou- nuer!!!!

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      • 15 April 2009 01:17, by pol d

        Shot up criminal Lou Nuer,no one like you including your Nuer tribe,especially Nuer Jekaany.Always comes to kiir for grassing your cows,and when you go back,U keep killing Gajok,Gajak children ,and women.Know Murle will deal with U soon.

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        • 15 April 2009 03:39, by Domma Kueth

          YEAH, YOU RIGHT MAN. I REALLY ABOMINATE THESE STUPID PEOPLE. ALL THEY THINK ABOUT IS TO RUSTLE THEIR NIEGHBOR’S CATTLE AND STUFF. THEY DON’T KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT WHAT IS GOING ON IN THE WORLD. THEY ARE UNCIVILIZED AND BARBARIAN PEOPLE, BUT DON’T BLAME THEM. LET’S JUST EDUCATE THEM AND BRING THEM HOME. THEY DON’T CARE ABOUT AND TEACHING THEIR CHILDREN IN A GOOD MANNER. I DON’T REALLY MIND THOUGH BECAUSE AS SOON AS LATER, THEY WILL BE THE LAST TRIBE IN SUDAN CLEANING OUR HOMES AND SHIT AHAHAH. I CAN’T WAIT TO SLAVE LOU NUER MOTHERFUCKERS. THEY ARE THE DUMBEST TRIBE IN ENTIRE SOUTH SUDAN.THEY ARE STILL LIVING IN PRIMITIVE WAY IN SOUTH SUDAN. DON’T GET ANGRY BECAUSE ALL I AM SAYING IS TRUE. YOU INSTIGATE PROBLEMS AND START VIOLENT TO EVERY TRIBE IB SOUTH SUDAN. STUPID AND ILLITERATE PEOPLE LIKE YOU WILL NOT SURVIVE IN SOUTH IF YOU DON’T MAKE UP YOUR MIND. HAVING A GUN DOESN’T GIVE YOU ANY POWER. REALLY POWER IS IN THE BOOK NOW. I GUESS YOU KNOW WHAT THAT MEANS.

          HAVE A GOOD.

          BORN AND RAISED IN DOMMA.

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          • 15 April 2009 10:30, by atmospheric

            Hello!!!!!!!!!!!

            Keep crying in the name of greater Lou-Nuer.that will release you from the pain my friend.

            God bless Luo-Nuer!!

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            • 15 April 2009 12:06, by Gatwech

              Atmospheric,

              Just forget about the so-called Pol and Domma Kueth. They are not from Nuer. They are from stupid Dinkas who pretend to be Nuer. Look, they don’t know how to spell names of Nuer sections. Instead of writing Jikany or Gajiok/Gajaak, they wrote JeeKany, Gajok/Gajak. These are lost kids sold to Murle long time a go.

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            • 16 April 2009 00:36, by Domma Kueth

              a AHAHA LOOK AT YOU MISTER DUMB FUCKED. WHO IS CRYING? NOBODY IS CRYING FOR SOME FUCKING UNINTELLIGENT STUPID ASS LIKE YOU. LOU NUER ARE THE DUMBEST, AND SOCIALLY INEPT IN SOUTH SUDAN. YOU THINK IS BEING BRAVE, BUT IT IS LACK OF EDUCATION AND KNOWLEDGE YOU HAVE. YOU THINK LIKE A CHILD ADN MONKEY. YOU HAVE SMALL MIND LIKE A TURTLE AHAHA. YOU ARE BRAINLESS AND USELESS TRIBE IN SOUTH SUDAN. YOU ARE NOTHING BUT A BUTCH OF UNTUTORED DUMB MOTHERFUCKERS.

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              • 16 April 2009 09:12, by Rambang

                Every tribe in Southern Sudan has conflict with their neighbors. The Murle are fighting Lou, Bor, Anuak, Taposa and Mundara. The Bor are fighting Mundara Lou and Murle. The Nyaweng Dinka are fighting Garwar Nuer, Lou and Murle. No community is at peace with neighbors unless you are ignorance.

                Actually the Lou are one of the peaceful tribe in Southern Sudan considering the fact that they only retaliate to attack and never started. An educated person will see this fact.

                The politicians are important as they are the one representing them. If they won’t be attacked by any one, am sure the Lou won’t go for a raid. The politicians are the one who prevent them from retaliation for attacks by the Nyaweng Dinka who have been doing it in a series.

                If we want peace, let’s all try to make it work. Not that u will one indorse violence and cry loud when hit. But that don’t work, then the Lou got no choice but to retaliate.

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              • 16 April 2009 12:46, by Rambang

                I won’t blame you because you are just ignorance. The Lou Nuer never started any violent in any way but response fully when they are tired of all the attacks. Let give you example from the recent uprisings. The Lou was the only tribe disarmed in Jonglei State. The other tribes saw an opportunity to take revenge against Lou who have always been their discipliners and started series of attacks from 2006 after the disarmament. The Murle particularly start their attacks immediately. In December the GoSS Vice President Dr. Riek Machar, Presidential Peace advisor Major-General Ismail Konyi and the Speaker of Jonglei State Assembly Hon. Jude Jonglei when to Pibor, Akobo, Uror and Uror and promised peace. The Lou welcomed them and accepted the proposal. Surprisingly, on 28th January 2009, fully armed Murle Militia launched three consecutive armed raids against Lou Nuer villages of Nyan-ngic, Piere and Tiam. This is beside the attack of two villages in Akobo County in December 2008. The Lou who are poorly armed due to disarmament took time to collect all the weapons they have in hands and went after their stolen cattle. If the Government is afraid to disarm Murle the Lou will do it on their behave

                The Lou never attacked Duk these days. When the Lou went after their cattle in Murle, the community in Duk tried to attack Murle as well but was defeated. The then decided to stole Lou cattle as the warriors were away. This is prior to the killing of wildlife officers in Poktap, the robbery of the Money of Uror County and the Blockage of the roads leading to the Lou area. If we need peace, the government should take responsibility and bring those responsible to justice other wise, let’s wait and see.

                What brings this kind of problems in Southern Sudan is the fact that we are always afraid to say the truth. We are not as illiterate as you think and we can’t be sure of who will be cleaning whose houses one day.

                We need to live in peace and should be indorse by all. It won’t make sense saying you want peace while starting violence and cry when the other response.

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                • 18 April 2009 01:10, by Domma Kueth

                  Listen carefully Mister Rambang. Your points make sense when it comes to them stupid, butt-naked-ass Murly who will never civilize ahaha. You can kill as many as you want. But look at you Lou, and your Neighbor Gaajiook. You always kill each other due to your greedness and stupidity. I heard Jikany never instigated or started fighting, unless Lou starts it when they moved to grass their cattle.

                  infact when disarmament started, it was started from Lou and Gaajiok. From there when these dirty, smelly fucken Murly attacked you guys, you had got some guns back and retaliated. You were right to get them back because they killed kids and women. After that, Gaajiook were really living in tranquility before your people came killed people that were unarmed, and rustle all cattle . Those people were already disarmed. They had no guns or anything according to what i hear all the times from the Government of SS. I heard some reconcilation between you Lou and Gajiok, but i am pretty sure the people who will break that peace will be you. Trust on that. Have fun with that peace shit.

                  peace the fuck out fools

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        • 16 April 2009 09:05, by Rambang

          Is not surprising to hear this comment from you because I can see you are primitive from you BC reasoning. This is a civilize word bustard and we judge actions via causation not hatred. The Lou has never attack or provokes any uprising but only response to several attacks. The good thing is they always defeat the criminals like they did in 91 and the Jikany in early nineties. I hope you are aware that the Murle are completely destroyed and any one who thinks they should be the Lou problem should think twice before this great and blessed tribe crushes them. I am aware the evil individual always hated the bleesed one like they did to Israel and now to Lou. The good thing is God always give his people power to face all the evil and destroy them. No one likes the Dinka any way. Even the Dinka themselves have this tribal clashes like the one Riek Machar went to solve last year in Bar el Ghazel. The Bor and Bahr el Ghazel don’t like each other as well. And the Dinka are always defeated by their neighbors. Examples, the Lou in 90s, the Mundara and the Murle. Just remind me of any successful dinka raid against any community. If violent is what we all need then let’s see the result. The only way forward is for us all to live in peace and if that don’t work, then we go for what I shall describe as survival of the fittest. You collaborated with the Colonial British those days to protect you from Nuer. Whom are you going to run to now? This is your leadership and if you want it destroys; other communities will love to see that. You greedy individual who eat without looking back. I think you are a result of a curse from God to Southern Sudan. The one from your tribe is the dead one.

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  • 16 April 2009 01:53, by Alier

    Lou-Nuers are day dreaming. Duk people will never give their cattle they recovered to these savages and will not allow them to their toich any more. If they want to loss more cattle, let them go to Duk toich. All Bor sons will protect their northern most part and if any one has a problem with this, he can go to hell. All so-called peace conference by these savages is meaningless. They are all nyegats.

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    • 16 April 2009 09:30, by Rambang

      Man. The Duk people have to realize that they can’t face Lou. What they are doing will lead to 1991 uprising, which Lou will surely do if their cattle are not return. If the Duk people are warrior, why didn’t they raid the Lou when they were around? You scavengers, just like the hyena and vultures never kill but stole from lions, leopard and the other mighty ones. Just let the Duk people make the mistake, I am sure they will never repeat it again, I mean those who may survive.

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      • 16 April 2009 10:45, by Moga

        First of all, congratulations to the Lou-Nuer community for this wonderful step they have taken. We’re not expecting them to accept peace with the people from Duk county, since the Duk people have made a huge mistake by taking their cattle while all their young men were in Murle land.

        We should also give thanks to all the Lou-Nuer politicians who have went for the tour to calm the Lou down from attacking Duk, as well as all the politicians who organized this meeting in Jubas and everyone else who have involved in the program. So let us join our hands together and give them support for this move. Again, thanks for the initiative.

        For the rest of you. Criminal is someone who is not abiding according to the law. Someone who do not respect whatever an agreement that people have signed with him. For this, Lou-Nuer are not criminals but law abiding community. Yes, they’d’ have criminals just like the rest of the communities in the states, but they always control their criminals. The criminals that are now loose and roaming around causing trouble in Jonglei are from Murle and Duk people.

        In terms of Murle, if they means real peace as they have proposed to the Southern Sudan Peace Commission recently, then they need to withdraw from all the places that are not theirs, and go back to their land. Secondly, they need to held an emergency meeting to ask their young men not to launch any attack against Lou for 3 months. And they should fulfill all the demands that are made in this letters; otherwise, the Murle are going to be disarmed if will finished by the Lou-Nuer young men. This is a serious letter, and it should be taken seriously.

        For the Duk people, all they need to do is to hurry up and bring back all the cattlee sooner before it is too late. Now it is April 16, 2009, As everyone can see in the letter, the Lou-Nuer want back their cows, their money, and the ones who killed the wife life polices hold accountable before June or July. If nothing is done beyond those month, there will be no Duk according to my understanding. So I am advising my Duk brothers and their leaders to read this letter very well as I am reading it. Even though I am not from Lou this people means something in this letter and it is message bring back our cattle or we are coming, which means if it will not be handle well, there will be severe consequences at the end.

        Lou are not primitive and if you are not convince with the names they have inserted in this letter go to their website and click at the education tap, you will see if they have educated people or not. However, the problem here is not about who is educated and who is not. The problem is about who is respecting the law and who is not... The Lou were disarmed before anybody else and have been staying without attacking anyone. What is that? It is a respecting of the law, but they were being attacked all the time. So who is the violator? The Lou or the people that keep attacking them?

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      • 16 April 2009 11:20, by atmospheric

        Rambang,

        We the Lou,don’t need to wait for this insignificant people of Duk to do another mistake.We’re just waiting to hear and see if those criminals who’s killed our innocents people brought to the justice ,otherwise sooner rather than later, Nyarweng(Duk) will see something that they’ve never seen since god created this world.

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        • 16 April 2009 11:48, by atmospheric

          Hey,Mr.domma or Dumber.

          keep barking it sound lyrical.

          Remember this:DOG WHO’S ALWAYS BARK, NEVER BITE.

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          • 18 April 2009 01:47, by Domma Kueth

            Bitch, i Ain’t barking, i am talkin’
            And the name is domma, and i am sure you respect that village because people who live there always cap your ass when you attack.

            If you ain’t stop that fucking disdain,

            you will always get slain.

            to some one brainless like you, i am your abhorrer

            you ain’t my fucking brother,

            because you seem dumber

            your points are incoherent

            your behaviour is an abhorrent

            you sound like a man who ain’t no decent

            trick, you sound more like an infant

            your mind is dysfunctioned, so get some treatment

            That is for you. you attempted to make some lyric but you can’t do it because you dumb fuck. You may not undertstand but sorry man i am trying to show you how it works.

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            • 30 April 2009 13:48, by Rambang

              Mr. Domma you are using very abusive language. Let’s try to discuss/argue in civilized manner. On the other case the Lou are never defeated by anybody my friend. I actually would like to know where this village called Domma is.

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