President Trump: The midwife is also a mother of the new born baby

Posted: July 18, 2017 by PaanLuel Wël in Commentary, Contributing Writers, Junub Sudan, Opinion Articles, Opinion Writers

The US Government should not just abandoned the baby they supported midwifing

By Thon Atem Ayiei, Juba, South Sudan

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President Bush with President Salva Kiir at the Oval Office, White House

July 18, 2017 (SSB) — A midwife is also a mother of the new born baby. Her significance helps give the new born baby an opportunity to survive the difficulties of delivery. So, her efforts is worth more to the mother who carried her/him for nine months of pregnancy, to infancy age, and plus unpredictable number of years of dedicated to his/her future.Therefore, the baby will grow knowing two mothers in some communities where the midwife is also considered as another important person to the family of the baby (God mother).

It also a responsibility of the midwife to continue to monitor the activities of the baby she had helped to survived delivery process. This is to conform a better relationship between the baby and her helper. In the other hand, this is to encourage her fundamental right to continue to her charity work.  However, if the baby failed to live up to his or her future endeavor, all the people involved could take the blame for his or her failure.

The case above, was a tireless contributions of the United States government to the birth of the world youngest nation, called Republic of South Sudan today. Nobody had ever doubted the unwavering support of the former President George W. Bush, his government and the entire citizenry of the US for the independence of South Sudan. Of Course, South Sudan is falling apart today due to the blame accrued to the leadership of South Sudan but the midwife has to be blamed to for abandoning the baby before the stage of stability.

To be explicit on the topic, South Sudanese will never regret gaining their independence from the brutal regime of Khartoum even if the road ahead is not so smooth.  However, the questions to these abrupt challenges are not for South Sudanese leaders only to answer but also to all those who were initially involved to the process of hard won freedom to the people South Sudan.

Although many countries, regional blocs-African Union (AU), Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD), and International Community such as United Nations Security Council, International Humanitarian Organizations were involved in the negotiations process of the comprehensive peace agreement (CPA) to end the longest civil war in Africa, United States of America was so much sophisticated about the political crisis of Sudan and the inhuman Suffering of South Sudanese people (black Christian) in the hands of President Omer Bashir orchestrated by his Islamic regime backed up in the background by the Arabs Islamic countries.

Now as we view South Sudan moves at the crossroads and on the brink of collapse, what efforts have America taken in order to end the proxy war of power struggle in the country they founded? What are the underground initiatives do US government have to quell down this horrible situation of South Sudan?

On my own independent analysis, America new foreign policy had seriously involved into regime change agenda of former US President Barack Obama which is widely perceived to have been responsible of political chaos around the entire global, and more so for Middle-East and Africa. There are some undeniable statements uttered by the US government officials of President Obama regarding the war which breakout in 2013 in South Sudan.

Nevertheless, those ruthless statements encouraged the perpetrators to escalate the war into uncontrollable scale in greater Upper Nile region in a short period of time. Dr. Riek Machar Teny the then former vice president who was the principal architect and who took charge of systematic crippling of country back to meaninglessness, was backed with a denial of his coup by Obama administration and UNSC respectively as well as partisan international media coverage.

President Obama used his powers and position in number of occasion to quickly condemn war in South Sudan with disproportionate speeches on personalities within the elected government of President Salva Kiir. This however, caused a significant impact for the escalation of violence till today.

South Sudanese took refuge again, others are internally displaced in UN protections site and thousands had also lost their life.  You have retired comfortably while South Sudanese remain fighting both war and diseases. We will never forgive you personally and some individuals under your administration.

As the philosopher, says “there is no permanent enemy in politic” thanks to president Trump and his administration for his hospitality and personal interest to help end the war that had caused a tremendous impact on the nation they founded. I believe something tangible will come as soon as possible and people of South Sudan will again rejoice freedoms in their homeland.

I and other suffering South Sudanese had witnessed something merciless during Obama compared to president George Bush tenure.

Conclusion, the unrest in South Sudan need a new political road map and new strategies to encounter the extremists who are pursuing killing of innocent’s civilians and denying free movement of the humanitarian aids for their own political again, these such political attitudes are against humanity and the constitutions of United states of America stand with the legitimate government.

Notwithstanding the approaches to achieve sustainable peace in South Sudan, American should not abandon the baby of their making to suffer more than this-give the humanitarian aids, stabilize the economy and all would be find with the groups be the atrocities to accept the language of peace.

The stabilization of the country economy will aid all the apparatus of peace for the smooth Implementations of the compromise peace agreement (CPA II), national dialogue initiative and no any other body who can do this other than United States of America (USA) government and her Good will citizens.

The author is a youth activist and a supporter of the national dialogue initiative. He can be reached at thonatemayiei@gmail.com   

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