The Brainlessness in South Sudan: The Ungrateful & the Notorious Gangs

By: Gabriel M. Tor, JUBA, JUL/14/2014, SSN;

Though, I am saddened like never before in our fragile lives and story, I am mourning but not mourning the dead, whom I sincerely respect, the fallen poor comrades in uniform and civilian clothes, but inside my heart, am mourning our brainlessness’ disaster of the South Sudanese and the leadership in Juba and across the Diasporas and the actual lack of true patriotism to the nation among South Sudanese people.

Just to borrow, Marol Deng’s prophetic vision in 2010, during George Athor Deng Dut’s insurgency, Mr. Deng said, “I am not mourning about the dead, but the brains we have.”

People were sending their condolences to the fallen comrades and their families, due to a violent fiery confrontation between Kiir’s SPLA and Dut’s defected SPLA armed forces from South Sudan army, who were agitated by Kiir’s government!!

There will be no fear of all the bad things we do to ourselves or the disasters we encountered if we have the change of hearts and honesty in us, to be able to pass the right judgment regarding any situation at hand, which we gravely lack at the present time, including the young ones and scholars of the nation, who are seen as hope of the nation’s future. So bad for S.S. survival.

Blaming Salva Kiir and his GOSS is not a justification of rebellion nor is it a support to Riek Machar’s rebel camp, but a better narration of where things had gone wrong in the Country in the first place.

Asking Kiir to step down is not an authorization to put Riek in power, but a dose of peace and calm to both government and oppositions.

Both men are an open grave for the nation: Kiir beating his chest for a Country he can’t defend – that’s a military failure, while decreeing a coup he can’t pass through politically and domestically. This is a political failure.

You (Kiir) have people in your government who rolled their eyes inside out, throwing hate speeches around, like a kid’s ball; with reckless hatred and divide drive. This shows political and social failure in the Country.

Dr. Machar also failed to be an alternative to Kiir, because his armed forces fight on a tribal base, killing vulnerable civilians and foreigners living in the Country where they occupy, looting properties from individual businesses as well as of the nation and non-governmental organizations, and destroying the nation’s developmental infrastructures . This is far from a fake promised democracy.

Disrespecting our men and women in military service:

The widows and orphans of South Sudanese fallen comrades in military uniforms have been abandoned and are living a life that shows they have been thrown to wolves, after huge sacrifices which their fellow kith and kin in the role of honor had given their lives for without reservation, because they believe, their loved ones whom the left behind could be honored and taken care of as they did for their country South Sudan – dying as martyrs so the nation could be free and dignified.

What I heard and saw in 2014, with South Sudanese orphans and widows living in Kenya, Uganda and S. Sudan are humiliating for the families who are the victims of our freedom liberation struggle.

These folks should be paid a big respect by shouldering the care of those left behind with no one to care for. I found families, who once lived in big cities or towns in East Africa because their loved ones: Their partners, fathers, brothers, mothers, and sisters, sons and daughters were still on active duty defending the nation, but whereas they were gone, the salaries were cut without remorse by Kiir’s government and this forced kids of the fallen comrades out of towns, where they were going to school, because no one could pay for their rent and school fees.

Do you know where next, do these kids of our heroes and heroines live?
The kids are forced to live under unspeakable condition in the cattle, displaced, and refugee camps in the East African region or in remote villages in the Country; where they live without school or good roof under the sun and the trenches of sandstorm and muddy floors, where mosquitoes and cholera are in rampant epidemic.

So, where in the world would a government that calls itself functional, desert the kids of our fallen comrades in arms – to just notice the reason that the bread providers have gone and no longer provide for their loved ones.

Would GOSS not organize and continue the support to our widows and orphans, whom their husbands and fathers never returned home, or were wounded on the line of duty for the sake of their country they loved and defended very much with their own lives?

Propaganda of baby nation – How Old Is South Sudan?
South Sudan is not as old as you are or have been singing all along. S. Sudan is not 3 years old Country but 9 years old Country that you got lost in it wealth’s consumption and theft, then you forgot to count.

Start counting from 2005, the interim period, because here S.S. people had gained a complete power of ruling themselves as a nation as well as earning billions of dollars from the Country’s oil wells. The 2011 was just an official breaking away from the North.

Ungrateful and Notorious Gangs
I had a chance in February, 2014, to travel a route I trekked over 20 years ago as a child. I took the bus from Lokichogio, Kenya, through Nadapal, a Kenyan/South Sudanese border town, riding through Narus, Kor Napodpod and Loyoro to Kapoeta town. The first journey ended in Kapoeta on one of the nights.

On my next day’s journey, I took another bus trip through Torit to Juba. All these buses trips, I was blamed for risking my life by friends and relatives, because of the notorious gangs in those bushes.

On my way to Juba, I was riding with my fellow Country comrades in full uniforms, who were also travelling on that same bus and the conversation began between those in civilian clothes and those in military uniforms.

“Being in the South Sudanese military isn’t not worth it: 1, the pay cannot make you raise a kid or help you help yourself stand on your two feet. 2, the payment takes between 3 to 6 months without being paid, while you have a nation to defend, a family to feed and yourself to look after” said one civilian passenger.

One of the guys in uniform responded, “We don’t do it for money but for the love of our country”. All these were made in response to those who have sought employment in personal businesses, private companies or non-governmental organizations working in the country.

According to Apostle Paul, no one is denied the milk from the cows that one takes care of. So why is South Sudan starving their people?

When those with squandered billions of dollars are never asked or even ordered to return the money stolen for the past 9 years for a 9 years old nation. And the theft of money and other national wealth is a daily service to those in Kiir’s government of self-service.

What future are we trying to build for the country South Sudan and individual builders?

When I hear S. Sudanese delegates from both sides, taking a break from peace talks in Addis Ababa to go finish their crates of beers, because of lame blames, that so is so and such; to kill time and people back home is so shameful and brainless – a disgraceful demeanor in our people leadership.

It’s not about what they have said or done? It’s all about what did we do to ourselves, our lives and our interrupted progress in life, it’s about what can you do to your poor Country, where leaders are killing, dividing and starving their own people to death.

It’s about leaders who steal, refused an office appointment to someone who disagrees with them in opinion, or corrupt the national wealth and constitution for their own ego and folly. You don’t have to compare yourself with someone to be victorious or a winner!! You have to stand alone, firm and clean for the love of people, but not lust of money and office.

Unreadable South Sudanese Brain or Events
When Telar Ring was accused of academic fraud on how he gets his degree and other corruption ingredients in public service, after close examination by the Country’s representatives in charge of evaluation regarding president Salva Kiir’s nomination of Mr. Ring, in 2013 as the Country’s chief justice, Ring was denied to be the Country’s chief justice by the parliament, due to his tainted nature of leadership.

Kiir came around and picked the same Ring for presidential legal advisor and Kiir threatened to send the country’s lawyers homeless, should they reject Ring as Kiir’s presidential legal advisor nominee.

Looking at how the values and integrity of South Sudan is going down the drain, the advisors would be greatly blamed for driving the nation headless. Quality advice is seen in how people are being led. Ring is a bad mirror for South Sudan leadership and South Sudan scholars with grain of wisdom know this very well. So there is need to mourn for the brains in S. Sudanese leadership.

You heard his Grace, Daniel Deng Bul, who is part of Peace talks in Addis Ababa being called rebel, because he disagreed with S.S. government’s version of what caused the war and how to solve it, while real rebels like David Yau Yau are called brothers among other praises and given a heroic welcome during his return to Juba in 2014, after almost half decade of his armed forces’ killing innocent civilians and members of the Country’s security forces, raping women and abducting South Sudanese children in Jonglei State.

So, what is South Sudanese’ definition of “a rebel?” and to millions of South Sudanese’ citizens’ disappointment, S. S. government did not appreciate nor spare George Athor Deng Dut’s life, a man whom his achievements are far greater than that of Riek and Kiir combined during the decades of civil war, due to his bravery that saved millions of South Sudanese lives during the 21 plus years of North-South Sudan’s war.

Dut, after his disagreement in 2010 election in Jonglei State gubernatorial election and Kiir’s involvement and favoritism at the State level on who is to lead a particular State.

There is need to “mourn the brains we have”.
Juba’s flame in December 2013 was not a surprise to many, though it came so soon, because Kiir’s government is a trouble inviter.

Many South Sudanese locals and religious staff had the vision of Juba being on fire. Visions from South Sudanese citizens show Juba burning and those who carry those visions and dreams started telling their stories and initiating an approach to the top government officials but they were branded named as prophets of doom or ignored all together.

But when a Nigerian Joshua tell his YouTube version of what was awaiting unknown Country in East Africa, that was not Kenya nor Uganda, S. Sudan VP and Kiir’s wife rushed to Nigeria to hear Joshua re-telling his vision, while we ignored our prophets at home who have the same or better prophetic vision of what had engulfed S.S.

So, there is need to “mourn the brains we have” because these brains will still do more damage to ourselves and the Country. Juba authorities talked to Joshua after Dec. 2013 incident, whereas they ignored advices and visions told to them before Juba’s Dec. 2013 violence.

Almost everything South Sudan government and its supporters are doing are so unappreciative, insulting and disgraceful to the sons and daughters of our martyrs, whom their fathers and mothers died protecting the rights and integrity of S.S. and also to friends across our borders and around the world and UN who took charge of our feedings and security over the decades.

We could think and do better than this ya Junubeen. We must change, or not hope for change to come.
By Gabriel M. Tor
Disclaimer: views expressed in this article are the opinions of the author. Agok Takpiny is a concerned South Sudanese in Melbourne Australia. He can be reached on agoktakpiny@ymail.com


14 Comments

  1. AGUMUT says:

    What Nuer think about HEAVYWEIGHT Riek Machar? Is that the way the so-called SPLM is going to continue to rule South and is Riek using the so-called FEDERALISM in order to go back?

  2. Malual Maker says:

    Continue writing either you are Equatorians or Nuer alike, we will get you. Such nonsense obviously represent mind of the classless Equatorians or Nuer. Thank God the chapter of serving your masters the Arabs is been closed by us through hard struggle. Remember the kind of services you were giving to the Arabs, now they are out. We are not Arabs, but this is our time. Insulting the government is the same as insulting Dinka as a tribe. The Equatorians insisting on federalism justified how classless they are but they will not get it. Dr. Riek will never rule South Sudan neither will the Equatorians. Talking about brainlessness, think twice before you write. We colonised the whole of Equatoria and Western Bahar al Gazhala with our own blood and brevity. We turned villages into towns in those locations. We civilised the uncivilised, we liberated you people from been slaves of the Arabs. Brainless giant cannot do such great job. Your mind of Kokora made you automatically the third class citizens in the country. Although they are arrogant, Nuer is second class citizens for condemning Kokora in 1980s. Equatorians brought Kokora, Kokora brought colonisation, colonisation is bringing complains. Let me remind you especially the Equatorians who are calling for federalism, this is colonisation without independent. Dr. Riek again displaced our people from Upper Nile in his last December Coup attempt. Those people who moved to Equatoria due to the recent crisis are not going back, but a boost to our populations in our colonies. You called us brainless, you are colonised, humiliated, assimilated. Above all, Equatorians the third class citizens are aboriginals of South Sudan. If you want to compare yourselves with the Nuer, we will smash you in hours not days. The choice is yours you want to live or to die? Or stay in peace as South Sudan aboriginals.
    Malual Maker

  3. monychol says:

    Malual Maker as you called yourself.I think you are a true Dinka but someone who uses Dinka names to say nasty think and brew, ferment and write innuendoes in the name of Muonyjang.We Muonyjang are being misrepresented alot by others either by those whom we assimilated from other non Muonyjang communities or those who chooses to use Dinka names to write nonesenes.
    The best example is this Jurchol guy called Salva Kiir Kuethping Amook Mayardit who is today visiting his Jurchol people in Wau and has order the killing of our Malual Dinkas in Northern Bhar el Ghazel.
    The same think in Jonglei, the Murle and Mundaris Dinka assimilated and are occupying Bor county and called themselves Buor are the ones who brought the country into this mess with their undehand conspiratorial way of doing politics.
    The Great original Muonyjang must wake up and open it eyes wide we are in danger in the hand of thiese fake Dinkas.The fake Dinkas are threatening our lives and the country is being destroyed in our names by these fake Dinkas.

  4. Isaac Dongrin Malith says:

    I will eat my head if I see FEDERALISM alive in South Sudan!!!

    Isaac Dongrin Malith
    Rochester, Minnesota USA

    FROM EDITOR: OFTEN, THE MOUTH ROTS BEFORE THE HEAD….. SO, MR. MALITH, YOU WONT HAVE THE DESIRED LUXURY TO EAT YOUR …

    • Diktor Agarab says:

      Isaac Malith, you’re nothing but a crazy old dinkockroach! Federalism is going to come even if we’ll have to enforce it through your eyes. Continue with your delusion, you welfare queen who likes running his mouth instead of earning an honest living.

  5. Bol says:

    Malual Maker,
    Calm down brother. Give him the benefit of the doubt, as you are not certain who he is. He may be a rightfully disappointed Red Army officer as there are many issues that were and are mishandle. Work hard on real “Hate Speech distributors”.

  6. Agook Mayek says:

    Gabriel M Tor or whoever you may be, you have nailed it. This is the spirit we very much need in South Sudan. Both Kiir and Riek are dead people walking. They have failed all of us just for their selfish interests. There is no logic in their doings and reasoning if one conscientiously follows!!!

  7. False Millionaire says:

    Thank u Bol.Now u r playing ur role of a leader!!!

  8. Peter Loguti says:

    The massage posted by Malual Maker is real. Salva Kirr who is Public Finger has the similar message to Equatorians during the third independent celebration. He mentioned Kokora over and over in his speech and openly denounced federalism. See below reaction by the governor of Central Equatoria State. If there is anyone out there denying the inhuman act of Dinka against the rest of the tribes, be ready for eventuality. What I know is that those Dinka widely spread in Equatora on purpose. As Maker mentioned, “Those people who moved to Equatoria due to the recent crisis are not going back, but a boost to our populations in our colonies”. With this kind of message, Dear Equatorians be. We have the evidence that Dinka elders and intellectuals are behind the evil policies against the Equatorians. Maual Maker is a well-known and respected man from Dinka tribe. He has been a member of JubaSmartSouthSudan.net for a long period of time. We know him, and we are ready to locate him if needs be to prove his message.

    See what Salva Kirr has to said about Equatorians on Independent Celebration Day Salva Kirr

    JUBA (17 Jul.) – The Central Equatoria Governor yesterday sought to refute remarks made by South Sudanese President Salva Kiir at the Independence Day event on 9 July, saying the president had spread ‘false’ and divisive information about federalism and Kokora.

    In a speech on the occasion, the president said that introduction of a federal system of government would result in the expulsion of various tribes from Central Equatoria.

    The president raised fears that federalism would bring back Kokora, a movement of Equatorian particularism that gained momentum in the early 1980s at a time when South Sudan was divided into three separate political regions.

    Kiir warned that Kokora ‘will happen’ if a federal system is introduced in the country, stressing that people of other states were expelled from Central Equatoria under Kokora.

    The president stated, “The people of Bahr al Ghazal left, the people of Upper Nile left, the people of Equatoria stayed here. Did they stay together united? They expelled [even] Zande, they expelled the people of Eastern Equatoria – the people of Central Equatoria they remained alone.”

    “Will this thing not happen again? It will happen” Kiir had said.

    Governor Clement Wani Konga, addressing the Central Equatoria State Legislature yesterday, denied that through ‘Kokora’ people of Central Equatoria chased away eastern and western Equatorians.

    He described the statement of the president as ‘‘false,’’ intended to create division.

    “As you heard the speech of the President during 9th of July, it was unfortunate that the President of the Republic had been fitted with ‘wrong ’ information,” said the governor. “When Equatoria was decentralized sons and daughters from central Equatoria were in the east, west, from Eastern Equatoria were in the Central,” he added.

    “None of the Equatorian people had been chased from Central Equatoria or Eastern Equatoria or western Equatoria – that was false information,” Konga stated.

    MPs asked to undertake information campaign

    The governor further urged all members of the state assembly to focus on informing the people of Central Equatoria and the country at large on the values and benefits of a federal system.

    This instruction comes after the National Security Service, which reports to the president, sought to stifle media reporting on federalism by intimidating journalists, summoning editors of various news outlets and seizing newspapers.
    Yesterday the National Security summoned two radio journalists working for an FM station in Yei, Central Equatoria.
    In his address to parliament, Governor Konga stated, “We must inform our people in Central Equatoria and the country at large on the values and benefits of this system of governance that ensures equitable distribution of national resources and sharing of state powers by all the different regions, states and ethnic groups to develop and render effective service to the people.”

    Konga noted that it is crucial that the national government listen to what the people want. He said that his government has constructed Morobo FM Radio and will endeavour to ensure that all counties of the state have FM radio stations for “mobilization and sensitization.”

    The governor referred to other plans by the Central Equatoria government towards stepping up the security, political, social and economic development in the state. He also spoke of the formation of a crisis management committee to coordinate efforts to address the current crisis.

    Konga noted the occurrence of ambushes along the Juba-Nimule highway and said there has been a delayed response by the police because of insufficient manpower and arms, implying the need to recruit more police.

    The speaker of the State Legislature, Naphtale Hassan, echoed the governor’s remarks saying that federalism is not ‘Kokora’, and stressing that federalism needs to be explained to South Sudanese so that they choose the type of the governance they want.

    He urged the national government to give citizens an opportunity to continue debating freely.

  9. False Millionaire says:

    dearest hon. brother Gabriel M. Tor:

    I read ur article with great interest.But did u know:the burning fire of disappointment in ur testomony,the prevailing pessimism over our country n the society,brief:for those of u in north america,europe,australia n africa,to have no any illusion,our country has collapsed.In fact to b sincere to the context,the SPLM/SPLA leadership in opposition as in the government r locked in a power struggle forever.They r negotiating peace now in addis ababa.The international pressure will force them to sign one.So they will come back to govern south sudan as they have allways done.They will come to sit to wait for the oil’s money.Nothing more.U would make the most grave mistake of ur life to trust them.

    But we r rational human beings n we desreve a reaction even in the face of a defintive fatality.Brother Elhaj Paul,do u know him?he is a prominant pro federalist in this forum.But please don’t get me wrong.If I am not for federalism,I am not against it.The will of the people for or against federalism at end,I will respect as if it is my own choice.Something particular about Elhaj Paul is that he brings interesting ideas in his writing.If u read his last article,SPLM,a course to south sudan,June 30,2014,he speaks of invisble leaders in our society.I find this to b very important.The alternative to the SPLM leadership in south sudan r the invivisible leaders in brother Elhaj Paul’s article.One would hope that our fellow citizens mobilise themseves begining with dialoque,reconciliation,peace n unity.When u should have done that,choose leaders among u in ur community.Encourage ur leaders to interact with other south sudanese community leaders.We should do this abroad as inside the country.It must allso include intellectuals,scholars,confirmed professionals n student unions.The objective is to build a stong credible front that must struggle to take over the south sudan’s leadership from the SLPM.This n ofcourse by non violent methods that could lead to the final victory in elections.

  10. Gabriel M.Tor says:

    Dear fellow comrades,

    Thank you all for your concern and comments. We need mindful minds in Juba’s office.

    Thank you all for taking time to read and comment.

    G. Tor

  11. colonel2014/Mayen says:

    Monychol,

    There is no one called Monychol in Twic E (emancipation word).
    First of all you have issue with Bor County.
    You do not know your own history leave alone calling people from Bor County Murle and Mundari. Most likely you were brought up in Kakuma were one family hosted over twenty or so kids. With that number, there was no one to teach you your true history.
    What makes you bitter about Bor County while they have done everything to protect John Garang from Bahr el Ghazal during the war. It was because of Kuol Manyang whom you always insult that made Garang hold on to that position. Malual Madut and some people he deceived wanted to unseat Garang. Twic turned against Bor right after Garang took
    SPLM leadership. With advice from Malong Aleng, he imprisoned Majier Gai in 1985 because majier wanted the SPLA to wait for other recruits from other parts of the country in order to spread casualties. Due to Garang’s shortsightedness, he thought Majier Gai was sabotaging his leadership. He got released afterward and subsequently detained in 1992 which eventually resulted in his death in 1994.
    You Twic of Bor are too insecure about you abilities. There is karma. And you would be a damn fool if you do not think that Garang’s killing of innocent people led to his untimely death.
    Your insecurities are what led to your collaboration with Nuers and Riek Machar. Don’t forget there are intermarriages between Twic of Bor and Bor and it is heard that you (Twic of Bor) agreed with Nuer that Majak Agoot would be given vice presidency. You can dispute it all you want. But the girls married to Twic whose relatives died in Bor County at the hands of rebels disclose the conspiracy.
    Garang killed many officers from Bor County in early 1980s and 1990s because of his insecurities and suspicions.
    How do you explain the fact that Twic East was not touched by the White Army or the rebels?
    Would Garang not have killed civilians from Bor County in 1991 if they were not attacked or killed by Riek Machar?
    In 1995, he sent Matur Chut, the current governor of Lake States to Bor County saying that Bor County had rebelled. He wanted them killed. Because Matur did not know exactly where Bor County began, he arrived in the center of Bor County. Thinking that the army had come to attack Mading Bor, the civilians welcomed Matur and his army. He was happy and asked why Garang said that Bor County or Buor were rebels. He rallied his army and left for Bahr el Ghazal. Those are facts Monychol (alias). I believe no elders told you those stories.The things that TWic and Garang did against Bor County are well documented. There are still survives of the tortures working in the government. Makuei Lueth whom you always attack or insult is one of them. He was in prison in Boma in the 1990s for no reason at all. Bor County are good hearted people. When Bahr el Ghazal thugs were bullying Elijah Malok, wanting to put him in jail, it was Kuol Manyang who went and talked to Salva Kiir about that issue. Nyandeng Chol, Garang’s wife, tried to get Bior Ajang to help. But Bior Ajang told her that he was not going to be of any help. That’s to say Salva Kiir was not going to listen to him. So, Bior Ajang advised Nyandeng Chol to talk to Kuol Manyang.
    Monychol, you always attack Bor County because you guys got caught with your hands in the cookie jar. That is to say, you connived with Nuers to do harm to Bor County and to overthrow the government. It has not worked. Even if it had worked, Nuers would have not let you have that promised position, vice presidency. They would have given it to Lado Gore or another Equatoria.
    Twic East cries foul when they are called rebels. But it is a known fact that they secretly worked with rebels. For you information, there are Nuers standing with the government who knew what Riek Machar and his former militias generals were doing.
    Your weakness is that you do not trust yourselves. Why didn’t Majak Agoot contest the chairmanship on his own? Here is the guy who used to make Salva Kiir’s bed and fetch water for him trying to unseat him. He was Kiir’s bodyguard and he accumulated his ranks without going to frontline because Kiir wanted him not to. Not a single star was given to him by Garang. It was the reason why Garang once asked Kiir where the kid was going with those stars.
    Monychol, when you people from Twic East attack and insult people from Bor County, you are reminding them of all the misdeeds or wrongs Garang, Malok, and other did to them.
    It will result in war between Twic and Bor County. And Twic East will suffer miserably.
    are you not rebels, then why are you refusing to join the army to fight the rebels? Is it not because the rebels are not after you but Bor County?
    It shouldn’t down to this. But I am tired of you insulting Bor County all the time.
    Now, that greedy guy called Majak Agoot is out. What else do you want? Others are not talking the way they were talking when Majak was in jail. It is you, Monychol, who is still talking trash.
    Nuers, for your information, do not like cowards. After you, Twic East, refused to provide foot soldiers, they hate you more then they hate Bor County.
    If they were to come again. They will start in Twic East.

    You have problem with me calling myself colonel2014. My name is Mayen. I am waiting for you to discard Monychol because Monychol is not a name.
    Monychol—–means dark man. Not a real name.
    Be brave and tell people your real name.

    Your cowardice is also the denial of the fact that you are from Twic East…the cowards.
    You make comment on almost any article on SSN and sometimes you unknowingly disclose that you are from Twic East.
    But when some one like me calls you out as someone from Twic, you deny your people.
    It says a lot about your community.
    Accept it now that you are from Twic Easy (which actually fits you) and I would not bother you again.
    Bor County stood with Garang even when he was against them and they are standing with Salva Kiir again. Loyalty is their character.

    Mabior Garang is now with the rebels. How would he decide on his own if the whole community did not agree on standing with the rebels?
    His mother was also justifying the atrocities committed by the rebels, which would qualify her as a rebel or rebel sympathizer.
    It is also leaked that Nuers and Twic Easy people in the USA held a lot of conferences after the war started. Some individuals who attended those conferences disclosed that information after Majak Agoot and other detainees were released.
    After the detainees refused to join the rebels, the rebels started calling them names. That got Majak Agoot’s relatives mad and they started disclosing what was going on between rebels and Riek Machar and Twic East.

    You have facebook and everything Twic East people write give them away that they are rebels.

    Nuers and Twic East/y conspiracy failed miserably and it is now time to devise another way to get your image cleaned.

    Thanks,
    Mayen

  12. Pureblood says:

    Malual Maker,
    Your comments are completely irrational and offensive. The image you are portraying about the Dinka people is a bad one and I would advise you not to comment at all if you have nothing good to say.
    The Dinkas are a peace loving people. They like to live in harmony among themselves and with their neighbours.Your claim about Colonisation and equality related issues are totally misplaced. I wonder whether you even know what these two words mean. You should well know that we fought the liberation war for every citizen of South Sudan to enjoy equal rights and previleges and as such one citizen is as first class as the other. You should confine those aristocratic thoughts and dreams of yours to yourself lest you infect others with your ill-guided thoughts.
    One thing is bothering me though. Maybe you are not a Dinka but using a Dinka name to taint their image in the eyes of other tribes. You could be using an alias and if that is the case, you better ball up and insult the Dinkas directly rather than playing your petty defamatory tricks.
    So watch your tongue what you say about other tribes and be mindful of the implications of your comments because this is a public website and such divisive thoughts should not be entertained even in private leave alone in public. I hope you take my advise if you are really a Dinka(A true Muonyjang). I am.

  13. Nyuopdit nyol agieu says:

    Although peace be in south sudan, we re not expected riek 2 be in s.sudan again

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