By Mabior Garang de Mabior
The government of the Republic of South Sudan, (hereinafter referred to as the “government” or the GRSS), and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army (in Opposition) (hereinafter referred to as (SPLM/A (IO)) and others namely: SPLM Leaders (Former Detainees), Political Parties, Civil Society, and Faith-Based Leaders; jointly referred to as “Stakeholders”;
Do Hereby Agree the following principles, and Further Agree, with the endorsement of the Guarantors, that the terms of a political transition shall be further determined by the agreed outcomes of the IGAD-led multi-stakeholder peace process, and that such terms shall necessarily be formulated in accordance with these Principles;
I. Agreed Principles: Transitional Government Arrangements
1. Establishing a Transitional Government of National Unity (TGONU) offers the best chance for the people of South Sudan to take the country forward;
2. The Head of State and Government, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the TGONU shall be the elected, incumbent President of the Republic; the President of the Republic shall be deputized by a Vice President of the Republic;
3. There shall be established the office of the Prime Minister nominated by the SPLM/A (IO) and who shall be acceptable to the President; whose duties and powers shall be negotiated in the peace process;
4. The Prime Minister shall be a credible, professional and competent person to accomplish the tasks entrusted to him to coordinate the implementation of the interim process;
5. The Prime Minister shall work harmoniously with the President during the interim period.
6. The Prime Minister will not be eligible to stand for any public office in the national elections at the end of the Transitional Period;
7. The Executive of the Transitional Government shall comprise the President, the Vice President, the Prime Minister and the Council of Ministers;
8. The transitional Period shall last for a period of 30 months;
9. National elections shall be held 60 days before the end of the Transitional Period in order to introduce a new political dispensation in South Sudan;
10. The Transitional Period shall be preceded by a Pre-Transition period of 90 days, during which tasks necessary to initiate the Transition shall be completed;these tasks shall be negotiated by the stakeholders in the negotiations;
11. The Transitional Government shall include representatives nominated by the Government, the SPLM/A (IO), the SPLM Leaders and other Political Parties, shall be negotiated by the parties mentioned above in the negotiations ;
12. The Executive shall guide the transitional agenda and national elections as shall be agreed by the participating stakeholders in the IGAD-led peace process;
13. In the event that the post of President falls vacant, the provisions of the Transitional Constitution of the Republic of South Sudan shall prevail. Should the post of Prime Minister fall vacant during the Transitional Period, the post shall be filled by the nominee of the SPLM/A (IO), as per the terms to be negotiated;
14. Upon the adoption of the amended Constitution, the National Legislature shall be reviewed with a view to expand the National Legislature to reflect the new political dispensation that shall be negotiated by the stakeholders in the negotiations; (nominated portion of National Legislature)
15. Individuals, groups and parties to the conflict shall be accountable for their actions. Individuals found to have committed atrocity crimes, war crimes, or other crimes against humanity, as identified by the African Union Commission of Inquiry for South Sudan, shall not be eligible for participation in the Transitional Government, or, if already participating in the Transitional Government shall resign.
II. Agreed Principles: Transitional Security Arrangements
16. To sign the implementation matrix of the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement, its and its addendum, and fully implement the provisions of the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement to immediately stop the war, which is contributing to the humanitarian crisis; 17. Immediately begin negotiations on a permanent ceasefire that will result in the declaration of the disposition of forces, cantonment, demobilization, disarmament and reintegration, and the eventual withdrawal of allied forces, in accordance with the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement, and re-unification of the hitherto fragmented national army;
18. Negotiate and agree to undertake comprehensive institutional reforms in the security sector during the Transitional Period, to restore public confidence and that lead to enduring reforms beyond the Transitional Period;
19. Establish during the Transitional Period a competent and effective oversight mechanism to help oversee implementation of the security sector reform programme and ensure accountability amongst the security agencies;
III. Agreed Principles: Resource, Economic and Financial Management
20. In accordance with existing international best practices, standards, and norms, introduce during the Transitional Period a programme of economic and public financial management reform, implemented in accordance with the existing institutional and legal architecture; the terms of the reform programme shall be negotiated by the stakeholders in the negotiations;
21. Establish during the Transitional Period, a competent and effective oversight mechanism to help oversee implementation of the reform programme and ensure transparency and efficiency in public financial management;
22. Agree to a resource sharing framework for the revenues from the extraction of national resources that balances the needs for national development, service delivery and reconstruction of the country, and be allocated by a formula to be negotiated by the stakeholders in the negotiations;
IV. Agreed Principles: Transitional Justice, Reconciliation, and Healing
23. Establish during the Transitional Period, a National Commission for Truth, Reconciliation and Healing, which will be hybrid in composition, to spearhead efforts to address the legacy of conflict in South Sudan; the terms and mandate of the Commission shall be negotiated by the stakeholders in the negotiations;
24. Establish during the Transitional Period, an independent judicial body to investigate and prosecute individuals bearing the greatest responsibility for violations of international humanitarian law, and/or applicable South Sudanese law, committed since 15 December 2013; the terms and mandate of this body shall be negotiated by the stakeholders in the negotiations;
V. Agreed Principles: Humanitarian Concerns
25. Given the impending threat of war-induced famine, the Government and SPLM/A (IO), as a matter of urgency, immediately and jointly agree to fully support the international call for humanitarian assistance to South Sudan, and agree to facilitate the necessary humanitarian access assessment and assistance initiatives;
26. Agree to urgently institute programmes of relief, repatriation, resettlement, reintegration and rehabilitation of IDPs and returnees, and in particular, provide programmes for war/conflict affected persons (children, orphans, women, widows, war wounded, etc.), including reconstruction of war-affected areas, the terms and scope of which shall be negotiated by the stakeholders in the negotiations;
VI. Agreed Principles: Parameters for a permanent Constitution Process
27. The TGONU to initiate and oversee a permanent constitution-making process during the Transitional Period, based on the principles of federalism and taking into account unity in diversity, and to devolve more power to the states. The terms and parameters of this process shall be negotiated by the Stakeholders in the negotiations;
VII. Timetable to Complete Negotiations
28. That upon the signing of this Protocol, the stakeholders commit to negotiate and complete the agreement within a period of 45 days.
By Amer Mayen Dhieu
I peruse, I construe, I examine and I discover inordinated things about life, about death too, about good, about bad things. I inhale the knowledge I have learnt and feel good about the transformation of mind, of body, of soul, of spirit. At all times, I feel accomplished. I have sizeable knowledge of what comes and what goes. But mind you, I am not the most formidable person. The knowledge I have was invented by people who existed before me. They did spacious stuffs. Things that have become my platform.
But literally somehow, I often don’t want to talk about them. I only talk about my proficiencies of yesterday. What I read today and what I will research tomorrow. But there is one thing! One thing that certainly don’t leave my introspection. It loop as my brain think. In my century, a century of intellectuals, a century of thinkers, of scientists, of social experts, of political expert too, there seem to be something challenging. Of all the research, the analysis and findings, of science, of math, of psychology and physic, of sociology and behavioural science, there are massive discoveries divulged. Human made boundless achievements. They travel to the moon. The made immense success in human vs animal, in zoo were humans look after wild animals. Literally over all those great achievements, there is no profession that has discovered how humans can live together with no conflict.
But how, what and why? rewind your memories back a little and compare our century with the century of our forefathers. It is not that science or sociology can’t tell us why humans never coexist peacefully together or find a solution to put their differences behind. It is that we have lost sense of community. We have replaced it with individual views, thoughts and feelings and by doing this we are doing less to unite humans. My forefathers were great. Sometimes I cannot connect my thoughts with how they make it. Some of them came from entirely different places. Totally different people with different accents and different ways of life. Effortlessly they find one geographical area, cleaved it into small sections and lived by clans. Eight of them had each piece of plot. They had landmarks and different towns yet they called themselves one people. They fought like enemies and lived like friends. They argued like strangers and smiled like brothers.
In fact, not only did they find coexistence but they find me too. Sadly I Iost the connection in between the two centuries. The century that find me and the century I made myself to be. Funny thing is, no matter how hard I try to let go the old century that find me, it appears and reappears in my accent, in my reaction and in my public appearances. I try to let the old century accent go but it abruptly interrupt my speech when I am speaking. Eventually it just happen. I try to react using my new century way but the old century in me enforce the calmness, the reserve personalty, the quietness that my forefathers invest in me. It seem that what my forefathers have invented is a tradition that I cannot erase. It lives with me and guides me almost in everything I say and do. The art of my forefathers.
Amer Mayen Dhieu
By Nyanyoun Bany, Melbourn, Australia
I saw very sad pictures of your civilians, sorry, maybe you know them better as rebel wives and children, stuck knee deep in flood waters at the Unity UNIMISS compound, they are gut –wrenching pictures, the kind of stuff that nightmares are made of.
Most of you, including your President are saying that these people are living in UN compounds because there are rebel sympathisers. Kiir was able to say this with a straight face even when the interviewer informed him that he was not talking about a rebel sympathiser but a woman who was too afraid to leave the compound because her husband was shot dead in front of her and her children. Mr President didn’t even blink at such a calamitous reality, he only wish to excuse himself, “I am not to blame’ a mantra now embodied in the hashtag blame Kiir. Its puzzling that you can find moments to laugh and joke in the face of what appears to be a disasters ;it is said that South Sudan could face the worse famine than was witnessed in Ethiopia in the 1980s. In this “joke”, beside the trivialization of a serious problem, it is evident that most are exercising ‘the luxury of opinion without the duty of thought.’
In light of your president comments, it is not surprising that you have a very narrow concept of what being a patriot or a citizen means or that you have misconceived the primary duties of a government. If there is any humanity left, look at these photos and argue that it is merely because of a political agenda that a person would subject himself, his children and his wife to these inhuman conditions: it is said the situation is so bad that some are sleeping standing in knee deep waters with children in their arms, tens of children are buried each day from preventable diseases, yet our “patriot of South Sudan” are dismissing the real fear of these people in order to support their own political stand, in order to save face.
Some of you have argue persistently, and in very condescending way, that theses people should come out because other in Lake State are not being attack, a very naïve argument and one which appears to make a mockery of those caught up in this war. First Lake State has not exchange hands over 4 times. Second, it is not the first time that a people have hosted others, millions of South Sudan were able to stay in the North whilst the war was going on, and why did the Northerner not kill them? Although the Lake State people are to be commended, I am sure they are not doing what they are doing so that you can have another arsenal or insult to deep people faces into, your comments are trivializing their genuine efforts by reducing them to political score cards.
“Patriots” you have gone as far as denying these civilians their rights to citizenship and their humanity. In a dehumanizing manners you have resorted to calling them wives and children of rebels, and by association therefore, you are arguing that these people are not entitled to their rights, or, to be treated as human or citizens. The sad part is that one does not have to sink so low morally to support Kiir, one can support Kiir without demining or diminishing another person suffering, and that does not take much creativity or originality, it is a matter of being able to maintain simple distinctions whist holding or arguing for a view point. More significantly an argument to hold Kiir responsible for his failures does not equate to an endorsement of Riek or that Riek should take his place. In fact, it does not even amount to an argument that Riek is not to be blame or as not committed crime of his own. The reports are clear, both the rebel and the government have committed CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY, this means that the nature and conduct of the crimes are so abhorrent that there are not presumed to be only against the South Sudanese people, but against the world at large, against humanity itself. So “patriots” your kettle is as black as those you seek to paint.
A true patriot is not one who cling to his comfort zone of tribe or President, but he would raises above the very people he oppose, because he or she knows that greater than him and the supposed enemy, is the country and those who will inherit it. So to those claiming to be patriotic than others, it is you who should lead by example, you that should be reconciliatory, you that should be the last to condemn, you that should be more restraint, you that should be responsible, not because you do not know right from wrong or who is right or wrong, but because you want to be a place that provide one of the sources for healing and re-emergence. But instead, what have you become? Another mouth piece, cheering on the soaking of the flag by a flood of blood (Nyadeng quote) and drawing imaginary red lines has half of your populations lay waste and 50,000 of your children are at risk of starvation. Instead you have celebrated the use of 1.7 billon in weapons, whilst it would have taken around 700 million of that to save your starving population. Instead you have provided the intellectual support for the massacre of innocent, even lowering the standard of proof here and there, so that some unfavourable truth are conveniently left out of the narrative. Your intellectuals and intellectual organisations have become political alters were collective history is twisted to fit particular narratives and were the practice of exclusive politics is perfected for the consumption of a world beyond our towns.
You have called us the ‘rebels’, and as such you have actually relinquished us of any responsibilities, because a rebel is in effect not legitimate or responsible. You are the responsible one for that is what being elected means. You the patriot and legitimate persons cannot only claims the privileges that the come with citizenship and the office of the President, and relegate the duty and responsibility that cannot be divorced from it to others. So to claim don’t blame Kiir and at the same time say Kiir is the President is thoroughly conflicting “patriots”. Because a lack of blame can only be associated with a lack of control or responsibility. So to argue that Kiir is not to be blame is to argue that Kiir is not responsible or in control of the fundamental issues that are central to governing a state. And if the man you elected to be in control of the country is not in control, then “patriots” we might have a bigger problem because I think, some unelected person hijacked that office of the President or your man is so incompetant as to be dangerous because he doesn’t know what is going on.
But do not let this divergence take away from the central theme of this piece and that is, if you claim to be a patriot, the time has come to show some statesmanship. Raise above and beyond the corridors of powers and try to pursue a government for the interest of all citizens- even those who you don’t like. Mourn for all that died, even those you think are not worthy of your tears. You must be the first to look at your arguments for taint of tribal pride, tribal prejudice and self- serving interests. If your country is at war, it is because there are serious grievousness, listen to both sides. Remember to claim to be a patriot is to also place a duty on yourself, it means that you will not make decision because they favour you, but because they have the possibility of saving the future. To be a patriot means more than anyone else, you must sacrifice and lead by example. So if we are wrong, we that you have judged, then try and be rights and let that manifest in your actions and your thinking, otherwise, you are just a robber of the people you claim to serve, and are using the “patriot shield, as the wolf uses the sheep skin. In other words, you too are a rebel, a well fed rebel stealing from the collective basket.
Daidit-e-maa and Amer Mayen hyperventilated and fallacious writings against Bor County should not go unchallenged.Posted: August 26, 2014 by PaanLuel Wël in Junub Sudan
By, Wunchir Atong.
As custodian of this great and esteem people of GREATER BOR (Bor Twi and Duken), I have always thought washing our dirty linen in public is the least thing we can do. Unfortunately, and to my utmost mortification, my TWI people aren’t thinking or mindful about this great trepidation. The recent intolerable nincompoop and slurred articles written by the above mentioned duos and previous convoluted and unabated avalanche of attacks by the so-called ‘TWI EAST COMMUNITY’ in the United State against Bor county finally broke camel’s back. There seem to be no constructive condemnation coming out from Twi East community; therefore, it is likely the unapprised writers are presenting the stand of Twi East community. Given Bor county integrity and dignity was, and still being attacked relentlessly it is time to expose Twi East what it truly is. In this paper, TWI EAST is renamed as ‘TWIKENUER’ as that the trajectory the community inclines to. TWIKENUER needs to be demystified to their last smidgeon and I will do this! Plug on your seatbelt TWI-KE-MAA, it is going to be some long, rough and nasty ride.
First thing first, Bor county had no other problem (s) with Riek Machar and his unruly Nuer people apart from what Riek did to Dr John, and South Sudanese Movement in 91. When Riek rebelled and waged war on the SPLM/A for 11 years, a war he was mandated by NCP, Khartoum base organisation to kill Dr John. Riek wanted to kill Nyandeng famously known as ‘NYANDHOM’ in early sixties (60), he wanted to kill Mabior, Chol, Atong and Gak. He wanted to kill South Sudanese aspiration. As people of Bor county we stood with Dr John through thick and thin. With rest of other Jieng Communities, we fought Riek’s insurgent with all our might until Dr John survived being run over and possibly beheaded by Riek’s tribal militiamen. Comrade Salva, Peter Wal Athiu, Lazarus Kuol Manyang, Malong Awan, Garang Mabil and many other Jieng generals didn’t allow Riek to take leadership by force. Instead, Riek was defeated and had to surrender back to Dr John in 2002 in absolute shame! Bor county did not hate TWIKENUER, it should not have fought this war. Dr John escaped in Bor 1983.
Past forward, at the time Dr John made coup to Jaffer Muhammed Numeri, he was first sheltered in Bor county. The county welcomed him by slaughtering a white bul for him and those of 104 and 105 soldiers at Makuac Payam. Had there hatred sung by TWIKENUER, this reception should not have happened. As Dr John was munching on (RIING MABIOR-ACHOT) ‘white bul’s meat’, Bor county’s sons in the person of Alier Mangardit from Kolnyang Payam, Garang Ngang Abui from Kolnyang Payam, Manyang Agook Aliet from Makuac Payam and Aguek Aguto from Makuac Payam were busy fighting enemy at the outskirt of Bortown from catching up with Dr John. At last, the defending soldiers were defeated. Jallaba was all over Bor county Payams looking for Dr John and his escapees. No one including children said anything about their whereabouts. This showed an enormous love the county had towards Garang Mabior Atem de Aruei. He was housed convivially and facilitated by us (this author included) to the border of Ethiopia and massive mobilisation kicked in. The recruit resulted in Koriom battalion which was almost composed of Bor county people. This battalion gave Garang upper hand for destroying 10,000 troop of Jallaba at the battle of Panwel Abiryai, adjacent Kolonyang Payam under selfless and fearless commander Makoor Lual from Jale Payam. The destruction of this troop shook Jaffer Numeri and the INF regime in Khartoum. The showdown depicted really well that Dr John wasn’t a factor to be ignored. Bor county was never against TWIKENUER or Dr John in particular. In fact, first rebellion towards Dr John was waged by Twi member. First rebellion against Dr John was done by his TWIKENUER!
As Dr John consolidated and nursed his wound after mysterious absconding from Bortown, first rebellion against him was struck by none other than the TWIKENUER where Garang hails. The man who went against Dr John’s leadership was Akuot Atem Mayen from Twi. Akuot in collaborative Nyagatism with Nuer incapacitated the premise that Dr John become leader of the forthcoming guerrilla Movement. Akuot protested and those of Abdhala Chuol amongst many others joined his rebellion and eventually took arms against Dr John and those supporting Dr John. Akuot’s rebellion waylaid and killed many potential SPLM/A recruits in Nuerland on the way to Bonga or Bilpam. Akuot who initiated this mischievous act was never from Bor county but a TWI against other TWI. Fortunately, a fight over leadership followed and disgraceful stories ensued in Akuot’s camp. Akuot was eventually killed. He passed on a shameful death, mind you. He was tethered at a tree like a he-goat and those of Abdhala Chuol, Gatwech Wiyual, Ghai Tut, Koang Biel and many other NUER gathered around him. Before they slaughtered Akuot, his names were ritually spelt until he peed at himself, and finally poo-ed or defecated for that matter. Is this what TWIKENUER wants? Is this what NUER is better than Jieng for? Before you all know, Akuot’s episode is what will happen to Mabior Garang very soon. For those online, you must have heard/read what Koang Lul Ruai, the SPLM-IO spokesperson said about Mabior couple of weeks ago or so. That, and I paraphrase, ‘days are gone when dictator (Dr John) and his two boys (Mabior and Chol) were killing and running peoples’ movement like theirs, he went on to say, Garang and his sons behaviour couldn’t be tolerated in Riek’s rebellion’. This is a true revelation of what awaits that Cartoon-like-boy. What was done to his uncle Akuot Atem until he defecated will be done at him anytime Riek wants.TWIKENUER rebelled too in the church. Though it will be a discussion for another day it worth going briefly over it. TWIKENUER rebellion was even taken to the church when Rev. Peter Bol Arok, Rev Garang Thil and many TWIKENUER young men/women who were groomed and brought up by the most revered and charismatic leader HIS Lordship Bishop Nathaniel Garang Anyieth all rebelled against Him. One would never comprehend how Twi thinks!
Bor county and her ultimate service to the SPLM/A from the inception to this day is ineffable. We, the Bor county had been linchpin of Garang’s regime even at the time our fathers, uncles and brothers were falsely targeted and killed for fear of unknown. Late Martin Majer Gai, a son of paramount chief in Anyidi Payam, was killed for being analytical and objective. Martin was brought up in a house and family where things are orderly done. His brotherly suggestion that Koriom battalion waited Muor-Muor and other recruits for a better mix and representative took his dear life. As this generation is good at fabricating lies, it is of significant important that records are set straight. Justice Martin would have been a last man to rebel against Dr John, and Dr John being an absolute TWI, he was thinking just like other TWI. Garang felt inferior despite, ultimate support he enjoyed. Martin’s differed opinion was viewed a threat regardless of his oversight intelligent and impartiality.
Like I mentioned, Martin grew up in a hut where laws that governed Juor-Piol and Anyidi Payam at large were enacted. He was never thirst of the leadership but because Dr John never tested leading people, he thought his new found leadership was being eyed. This is a fact, because if we go to Awulian of TWIKENUER section where Dr John hails Biar Abit’s family are Awulian rulers. This means if the SPLM/A leadership were to be determined by such social order, where on earth will Mabior Atem’s son take leadership in presence of Abit’s family? Dr John’s family was incongruent with Martin’s family and as such, son of a chief was shamelessly slain in cold blood and Bor county army officers were falsely identified as rebels when they weren’t. Bor county officers were all collected in their respective stations and jailed. While in detention, they were mercilessly beaten each morning and evening for about eight months until two officers passed on. The dead were Akuak Kudum from Baidit payam and Majok Nyieth from jalle payam. As torturing persistently went on, a lot of them sustained internal and external injuries for example, officer Agaany Aguto’s knee-cup broke at the time he fell down in the neck-breaking chase and lots of other officers are now disables or dying because of the injuries inflicted in them. When this happened, Bor county people nearly took law into their own hand but, our elders cautioned that, if this had to happen, Southerners will never achieve their aspiration and Riek will win over Dr John. Altruistically, uncles who sustained injuries were the very people against a plan to retaliate the dead and their injuries. As Bor county is excellent at analysing and digesting things, the youth eventually listened to elders and resorted to bringing Dr John to book after South and North war. Fortunately, he is nowhere to be found. God solves the problem!!
As lies are being manufactured by TWIKENUER in the person of Amer and Daidit Maa that Bor county rebelled in the past, it is simple untrue. Too, officer Akem Aluong Kaang did not join Riek’s rebellion in 1991. The same is true to Justice Dengtiel Ayuen. Like Telar Riing Deng, they got trapped in Nuerland. Akem Aluong aws missioned to Riek’s zone by Dr John and therefore got caught up by infamous split in Nuerland. They didn’t rebel and calling them rebels is about being naïve and unfamiliar about 91 rebellion history. Familiarise yourself with books, consult with SPLM/A veteran before you write. It is despicable wasting time writing for things you are oblivious about and more often than not, such writer/s become a loony imprudent. It is worth noting, Dengtiel Ayuen Kur was targeted by those who killed Justice Martin Majer. As this became clear, he chose to keep low profile and away from the killers as he was in the top list of ‘wanted individuals from Bor county’. If in doubt ask Slava Kiir, Dengtiel and those mentioned above weren’t rebels. For sake of records, let me underscore Akem’s case. Officer Akem was a commander of a contingent of Adiit battalion which was based in Eastern Uppernile. With the rebellion taking toll on non-NUER soldiers, Akem planned to outwit Riek and saved his about 1000 to 1200 soldiers. He did not want a confrontation with Riek’s forces as he was in the Nuer heartland. He planned a safe exit towards Ethiopia and then Murle land without a fight. The plan didn’t succeed.
Akem made the plan known to his solders, regrettably, a junior soldier (Name withheld) from Ngok section who was part of Akem’s soldiers was reported to have leaked the whole plan to Riek group. Suspicions were running high and Akem was summoned by Riek the following day. Having planned no confrontation, he went with only 4 bodyguards to look harmless. On arriving to Dr Riek’s base, he was brutally attacked by Nuer officers and hacked to death in the presence of Dr. Riek, Dr Lam, Dr Adwok and all seniors’ members in the base. This was an act of sheer savagery on a respected SPLA commander. If still in doubt consult with Dr Adwok, or read his books about Riek acrimonious crime. Akem and Justice Dengtiel were never rebels like Majak, Nyandhom and her cartoon-like boy (Mabior) who together staged a posthumously coup against the dead Dr John.
Besides, calling general Malual Ayom Dor as good-for-nothing is off-putting and factually misplaced. This is a general who sacrificed himself to go defend Greater Bor (Bor Twi and Duken) when civilians were displaced and killed in Bortown. In the meeting chaired by Kiir, gen. Hoth and gen. Kuol Manyang with all Greater Bor generals, Malual Ayom, late Abraham Joongroor, Kuol Malith and Mabior Lual Machar volunteered to go and fight Riek and Nyandhom insurgent. General Malual now is in charge of operation in Jonglei and this was out of his will. He was never assigned there. ‘Good-for-nothing’ is when those of general Bior Ajang and many other TWIKENUER generals cowardly masqueraded ranks they can’t deliver in.
Bor county supports RSS constitution if this is synonymous to Kiir’s government so be it!! Like Bor county stood with Dr John’s movement, the county stood again with Kiir’s government. Bor county thinks it is inconceivable to forcefully dethrone general Kiir unconstitutionally. This county thinks if Kiir becomes of no use, he should then be voted out in the next elections (2015). It doesn’t need arm taking or setting ablaze our infrastructures and dropping off our civilians from their villages. If this is what it takes to call my county ‘BORKAZAL’ for standing with a constitutional government and not calling it ‘BORTWI’ at the time of Dr John, then this qualifies the idiocy and foolery widely claim to have possessed TWIKENUER. If anything, then TWIKENUER owes Jieng communities an apology for conspiring with Jieng’s enemy in the expense of Jieng. In Nyandhom’s rebellion, all Jieng communities were targeted with exception of TWIKENUER communities where Nyandhom hails. Isn’t this shameful for a community that think it is a Jieng by ethnicity? TWIKENUER villages were left untouched by marauding White Army. This in itself is telling. TWIKENUER who were killed were those in the army and in Bortown. But it should be made clear to general audience that TWIKENUER were circulating an information stating their residents leaved Bortown to their villages in Twi as soon as possible, so those killed were disobeyers and ignorant. This top-secret was leaked in Bortown three days before war erupted in Juba. This could be another lead in piecing together whether there was a coup or not. So what do TWIKENUER really wants? Yesterday TWIKENUER forged unclear relationship with TWI-KE-MIYARDIT and now is TWIKENUER. What happens to the re-union that was to happen between TWIEAST and TWIWEST?
Daidit maa and Amer need be told there is nothing to be jealous about TWIKENUER. There is nothing with Majak to be jealous about. He was Kiir’s houseboy yesterday, and he remains a houseboy to this day. Shouldn’t it be mistaken that PhD changes people. NO, it doesn’t. Once a houseboy is always a houseboy, and once a demon worshipper remains a demon worshipper. There totally nothing to be jealous about TWIKENUER. In fact, it was goodwill of Bor county members that Majak made it out safely without being “hung by the neck until he dies” and these TWIKENUER aren’t giving credit where it due.
Bor county saved the traitors. I will take you through how Majak and his other three traitors survived. The conspirators would have perished if Bor county wants!!
First, Kuol Manyang as defense minister and an influential post-military general in Kiir’s government would have done unthinkable if Bor county had the virulent hatred TWIKENUER littered the World Net with. Second, Justice Makuei Lueth talks the talk and he had never walked the TALK. Had he walked his talk, this Majak TWIKENUER talked earth and heaven would have been a decomposer by now. Third, General Mach Paul Kuol was able to let go his post to save Majak and his other comrades from being beheaded by the RSS government. Had he had this ‘TIEL’ (hatred) TWIKENUER accused Bor county with, this Majak-house boy would have been a history. Bear in mind general Mac Paul Kuol is an immediate cousin to Late Justice Martin Majer. Had he had hatred that TWIKENUER are making online community to believe that Bor county hates and despises Twi, he would have lied in the court and Majak, Pagan, Oyai and Lol would have been slaughtered like chickens and Twi or TWIKENUER would have done nothing. And, I mean nothing!! If TWIKENUER community loves Majak really, you would have glorified, espoused and worshipped these three men (Kuol, Makuei and Mac). TWIKENUER would have known Bor county is never an enemy. When are you TWIKENUER backing off from this sheer ungratefulness? Sit back and think of these three gentlemen and how they are holding sword-of-death and that of life. Thank God they haven’t resorted to this cheap talk of TWI and BOR. Thank God they have shown rare leadership that is never found in TWIKENUER!!
Without slight of compunction TWIKENUER go around dragging Duk county into their shameful political prostitution while great people of Duk could be commended for not trading off their JIENGSIM to Nuer. The county stood tall in all odds. While this is the case, it is in Bor county interest, that Duk distances itself from this TWIKENUER lunacy. This means Duk county needs to begin speaking for herself. Duk can’t allow be misrepresented, or is Malok Aleng’s orotundity coming true? That Duk county is yet to bear a leader who will represent her! Until Duk county can’t allow clueless TWIKENUER speak on her behalf, otherwise Bor county and other Jieng communities will validate Malokdit’s words, “NO LEADER BORN YET IN DUK COUNTY AND SO ANYBODY FROM TWI OR BOR WILL REPRESENT THEM”.
Back to Amer, I learnt she got disowned by a Bor county’s groom after series of exhaustion and therefore she is a furious tigress. Well, Amer should have known ‘a runaway groom’ isn’t Bor county. Farting an “obnoxious fart” if had to borrow your wording into your own relationship and attacking the county of a fellow victim is reckless thing. With such behaviour, it is likely predictable that you will continue to pimp until you will lose counting of passing-by men. Apologise and you will save your plunging girl-child in you. Those cheering you up are doing you too much of unrepairable damage. You already a patient suffering from psychotic and neurotic disorders, and you have yourself to blame. The thing is, accept the reality that groom has taken of at a long stride and move forward, you could be poignant as you are but he is gone. Go shopping for next victim!!
Unlike weakling Daidit Maa, Amer deserves appreciation for not concealing herself. This is what an accountability is. Daidit Maa is a coward who attacks under a ghost name; this is a typical character of MUONY-TWIKENUER. They are faint-heartedness.
In recap, Bor county is still Bor county. It can and will never be called Borkazal. It is a defamatory for a county Dr John could count on during his unpredictable years. Dr John kept close to himself those of general Peter Wal Athiu, Kuol Manyang, Jok Riak, Jok Reng, Majok Mac and many other fearless generals for reason, and this is, they will never rebel. Who in TWIKENUER would Dr John trust apart from Chol Lual, Jok Riak, Kuol Manyang, Wal Athiu and Majok Mac (RIP) to defend him both from Riek Machar and NCP? Tell me who would have protected Dr John from TWIKENUER apart from the aforementioned generals? Bor county saved Dr John in 91 and will continue to protect general Kiir until his constitutional term is over.
Wunchir Atong is on RSS government mission to United Kingdom, he can be reached at email@example.com
Originally posted on Weakleaks!:
THIS IS NOT NEWS BUT RAW ANALYSIS FROM A LEAKED DOCUMENT:
Addis Ababa, an Amharic for the ‘New Flower’, had no fresh red roses normally presented at VIPs’ arrivals, but hot red peppers, to President Salva Kiir Mayardit and his former VP-turned-rebel, Dr. Riek Machar Teny, and their entourage. Everything seems a red hot paper or a hot red pepper found in firfir or mixed dish of the Ethio-cuisine.
With constant drizzling at around 20 degrees Celsius, the Addis’s August weather had a different message for Kiir’s trademark presidential decrees, the tendency reflected by the ‘Redline Warning’ against IGAD, the mediating regional body, by his Foreign Affairs’ minister, Marial Benjamin, before he (Kiir) arrived too late in the afternoon through Bole International Airport, yesterday (August 24, 2014).
As the climatic atmosphere was bitingly chilling, the political weather was unprecedentedly melting at ‘101’ Degrees Celsius or well over 200 Degrees Fahrenheit overnight…
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