Archive for January 11, 2014


Why Truth is Always Bitter and Most can’t Swallow it
Generally speaking, Mr. Simon Yel, do not blame Hilde Johmson for what has happen in our country, for my personal perspective as a civilian, there is no Alleged Failed ‘Coup’ in South Sudan, it is a regime’s tactic to suppress party opposition.After failing to remove them, they cooked what they called it Coup. You may compared different types of stories he(president) narrated from day one and until he is apologizing at sunday during mass in St. Theraza Cathedral at Kator 22/12/2013 that Yes , there are soldiers(SPLA), who are responsible for killing civilian during the days of 16/17/18 of December 2013 and later SPLA Spokesperson Col. Philip Aguer acknowledge that they have arrested seven soldiers responsible for killing during the dark days of 16/17/18 of December.

And i am resident of Gudele area, what i have seen with my own eye is that the killing of Nuer civilians , Women, children all at Gudele Blocks (4,5,6,7,8,9) and Gudele Two(2) , 107 Area and my own brother has been shot at head by his dinka colleague just because he said why are we killing Nuers youth of 13 and 12 years of age.

President Salva Kiir and his presidential guards Soldiers and his new militia called Koc Ben from Bahr El Ghazal are the one started the war in South Sudan, So we citizens of Juba knew who started the war and we are ready to tell the Truth.

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Understanding the Suicidal War in South Sudan

Posted: January 11, 2014 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan

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This is one of the best analysis of the South Sudan crisis we have seen. We liked it so much we are posting an English translation from the original French article as a guest blog.

Original article by Vincent Hugeux, published January 8, 2014 at 7:57 in the French newspaper L’Express.

Translated from the French for AidLeap by Abiol Deng.

Africa’s newest state, South Sudan, is the scene of a deadly conflict, the stakes of which Professor Gérard Prunier breaks down.

What do we know in our part of the world about South Sudan, with Juba as its capital? If truth be told, not much. Maybe those French who are familiar with Post-colonial African upheavals will remember that the newest sovereign state on the black continent, which is as large as France, inhabited by 11 million souls and endowed with an enviable abundance of oil, came to being in…

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