From: Nhial Ruach
While Salva Kiir and his Dinka Council of Evil are in the process of destroying South Sudan in order to establish their Dinkanization policy, other tribes are marching along with them, helping Kiir and Jieng Council of Elders (Evil) to achieve this objective.
Thus, many questions come to mind, such as, are the rest of the South Sudanese becoming blinded by greed for personal gains or are they just too afraid to stand up against the ongoing implementation of the Dinka domination?
Where in the world that you are helping an individual or a tribe to establish a kingdom over you without resisting it?
These could only happen when one does not know what is happening or when one is being defeated and forced to surrender.
South Sudanese must not allow Salva Kiir and his Dinka of Evil to employ strategies used by many colonial masters to dominate others in the country shared by all.
If domination is acceptable and it is good, why nations all over the world have fought against colonization to liberate themselves from their colonial masters?
Similarly, if the domination is good, why South Sudanese have fought against Khartoum regime if the domination and marginalization are acceptable systems?
Are Dinka asking for South Sudan to disintegrate into small nations along tribal lines, or what is that they are trying to do?
Do Dinkas think that they will continue to rule this nation for life under such domination?
The system of domination has been practiced by many leaders and tribes all over Africa, and the in Middle East but they all have failed.
It was employed in old Sudan by Mahadi but eventually collapsed, it was employed by Muomar Gaddafi in Libya, yet it came to vanish and was accompanied by terrible consequences.
It was employed in Iraq by Saddam Hussein but failed terribly. It was also employed in Ethiopia but failed. (Just to mention a few).
So, what make our brothers and sisters from Dinka to think that they will rule the country with an Iron Fist and their Kingdom in the making will last forever?
Many people may rush to conclusion that Salva Kiir created 28 states in South Sudan as to violate the newly signed peace agreement; however, Salva Kiir and his Dinka Council of Evil have been actively designing many ways to expand and to maintain Dinka domination in South Sudan by all means.
One of the mean is to create more states in favor of Dinka communities in order to maintain the Dinka domination that is supposed to last forever.
As one can see from what they have done, among the 28 States they created, 13 out of the 28 States are allocated to Dinkas, and only other fifteen are distributed among other 63 tribes.
In the 13 States they have allocated to Dinkas, they have annexed lands from every tribe in South Sudan. They have annexed land rich of oil from Eastern Nuer (Jikaany Nuer) and given it to Dinka in Upper Nile.
They also annexed land rich of oil from Western Nuer and given it to Dinka in Bar el Gazel, (Similar strategies that were employed by the Sudan government when it annexed oil rich areas to the North).
Also, they have annexed lands from Central Nuer and given it to Dinkas. Again they have annexed land from Shilluk, and given it to Dinkas.
They also annexed land from non-Dinka tribes in Bahar el Gezal and Equatoria and given it to Dinkas.
Is Dinka population larger compared to the rest of all tribes in South Sudan so that they can claim to deserve to be awarded those 13 States out of 28 States?
Where are the rest of South Sudanese, are you going to let Salva and his Dinka Elders of Evil to annex your land in broad daylight like that, while it is taking place right at your finger tips?
For your information, this primitive Salva Kiir with his outdated tribal Dinka Elders of Evil want to continue dominating the South Sudan by employing different kind of strategy as they imposed 28 states in favor of Dinka communities.
They want to continue to dominate the parliament so that when there is voting in the parliament, it will always go in their favor since they become the majority as they have done it when they voted for the implementation of the 28 states.
What is wrong with this man and his outdated Dinka Council of Evil?
Why all government institutions are being headed by Dinkas only than other tribes? Are the rest of the tribes not educated and qualified enough to be heads of the institutions?
Were Dinkas only one fougt for the liberation of the South from the North?
These are some of the questions, others must ask questions before supporting this tribal domination and fighting for Dinkas’ tribal interest?
Hence, domination comes through many forms, and the current structure in the new country portends oppression and marginalization of other tribes which may result in more conflicts if those who devise this evil will not reverse the course.
We must be wise enough to question this current system and call for reform before it is too late. If we claim that we can help bring change for the betterment of our society, then, let us dig deep and prevent our Dinkas brothers and sisters from these divisive activities.
Otherwise, South Sudan’s problem is far from over.
Therefore, resistance moment should not bother going to Juba because we need to solve most of our country’s problems now rather than later.
Hence, there will never be a real peace because communities will fight against one another due to their lands being annexed to Dinka communities in every corner all over the country.
Thus, all South Sudanese should stand together against these evil elders because they are primitively running the country while devising primitive ways and ideas to mislead our country.
Nhial T. Ruach
The writer of this article is a veteran of the United States Military, he holds a BS in Electronic Engineering and a MS in Social Justice, Peace, and Environmental Justice (Social Responsibility). He is author of a Book “The Traumatic Past and Uncertain Future of South Sudan”
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org