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December 8, 2013 (JUBA) – South Sudanese security personnel confiscated copies of a number of newspapers after they published details of a press conference by senior leaders of the ruling Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM), which was critical of president Salva Kiir.

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Newspapers vendor in Juba streets (Photo Cafod)

On Friday, several members of the highest executive organ of the SPLM, the Political Bureau (PB), held a press conference accusing Kiir of having “dictatorial tendencies” and mismanaging the party and the government.

The press conference, which was held at the SPLM leadership house in Juba, was led by the first deputy chairman, Riek Machar, and included members of the National Liberation Council (NLC).

The event was covered by dozens of various media houses, both local and international.

Security personnel warned media representatives immediately after the event not to broadcast or publish details of the event.

However, Sky News TV broadcast the entire press conference live, while others such as Al Jazeera TV broadcast it a day later.

Many FM radio stations in South Sudan such as the UN-sponsored Miraya FM and Eye radio, among others, also broadcast the same event across the country.

However, the state-owned SSTV and radio were unable to broadcast the story despite the presence of its film crew at the press conference.

The Citizen newspaper and TV also shied away from publishing and broadcasting details of the event, most likely out of fears of threats from security personnel.

On Saturday, copies of the Arabic newspaper Al Masir were confiscated at Juba International Airport for comprehensively reporting on the event.

The newspaper’s editor-in-chief, Mathiang Cirino, on Saturday said his driver was taken to taken to the national security office at Jebel and all the copies of the newspaper were confiscated and taken to the national security office at Jebel, but were later on released for distribution.

Copies of the Juba Monitor newspaper were also confiscated on the same day, with its owners ordered to cease distribution due to its coverage of the press conference.

Vice-president James Wani Igga has since announced a counter-press conference, scheduled to be held on Sunday at the same SPLM leadership house.

Among the senior leaders that participated in the press conference criticising Kiir’s actions were Robecca Nyandeng, Pagan Amum, Deng Alor, Alfred Lado, Chol Tong, Taban Deng, John Luk, Adwok Nyaba, Majak Agot, Oyai Deng, Madut Biar, Gier Chuang, Luka Monoja, Cirino Hiteng and Ezekiel Lol.

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  • 8 December 2013 06:50, by Tutbol

    Freedom of media houses is a tool for a free & healthy democracy, if and only if the community know the *origin & fundings of those media houses* otherwise a community may just fed with propaganda to distort what the community want. That tactic has been employed in the US, the UK, where the media house are owned by corporate clowns who only want their greed to be publised above public interests.

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    • 8 December 2013 08:20, by Wicdail

      Kirr and his thugs will feel ashamed when out of power. Such behaviors shouldn’t happened in RSS, because they are just recovering of this brutality from their former masters. They look fools when doing an outdated styles such as confiscated media’s hard-copies; forgetting that the contents of the conference were already circulated worldwide through other mediums such as internet.

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      • 8 December 2013 11:14, by Mi diit

        Incompetent Kiir is like a SERIOUSLY wounded he-goat with broken horns. He can pretend to be still in power, talking like Muamer Gaddafi or Saddam Hussein, but soon he will feel like a fish thrown out of water. The Bible says in the evening they make trouble but by morning they are gone. Last kick of a dying horse!!!

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        • 8 December 2013 11:19, by Mi diit

          Those in Juba should check this out. I am told that incompetent Kiir’s stooges in the names of Wani Igga, Kuol Manyang, Awet Akot and Riek Gai Kok, were directed by Kiir to respond to the yesterday’s press conference. I was told they talked rubbish on Sunday press conference, giving their true colour as dictators and opportunists, that they accused Dr. Machar and his group. Ahahahaaaaaaaa........

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          • 8 December 2013 14:04, by Peacocktail

            Dr. Majak is formerly an ally of Kiir, held the National security and deputy Minister of defence dockets until the last reshuffle. has not be so vocal against Kiir, he is believed to have been edged out in Kiir’s closest circle by those of Telar and other power brokers.has not expressed interest in the presidency. Perhaps he is the only person who could tell the real issue affecting his party SPLM

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      • 8 December 2013 14:07, by Peacocktail

        Facts: Dr. Machar is eyeing Kiir’s seat ( Presidency) which he has right to as a citizen and an accomplished leader.He has co-led the SPLM/GOSS with Kiir for 95% of the time during all the major scandals we know,corruption, he has co-led the SPLM into loss of direction with Kiir given his position as VP and the First deputy of the Party. basically with these facts, He has been ineffective as Kiir

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        • 8 December 2013 14:13, by Peacocktail

          Pagan Amum Okiech is the immediate former SPLM secretary General, he is a fire spitting politician who represented the South loud. Pagan fell out with his chairman this year owing to differences in running the party and his statement over the sacking of his friend Deng Alor and Kosti Manibe. he claims the SPLM has lost direction and vision under Kiir despite being its secretary general SPLM.

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          • 8 December 2013 14:17, by Peacocktail

            "the Power and People"
            Deng Alor Kuol, He is the former Minister of cabinet affairs, has no interest in the presidency. He was sacked by Kiir for corrupt practice. is believed to be looking for a bargaining chip by appearing as a threat to Kiir’s voting block of Warrap. so that he can be able to launch a comeback to the cabinet.

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            • 8 December 2013 14:20, by Peacocktail

              Alfred Lado Gore was a minister until reshuffled, has not been very vocal . Formerly a member of the bush days SPLM progressive officers, who represented the young and educated officers, he is not eyeing the presidency. he fits in the group of Alor who is looking for a bargaining chip for re-entrance into the cabinet. am sure there are other groups/members who could belong here but not captured

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              • 8 December 2013 20:52, by NO PEACE

                Who is KIIR by they people of south sudan?
                What i know from ,kiir a son of dinka tribe drinking wine, beer, ozo and aso on.

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              • 8 December 2013 20:54, by NO PEACE

                Who is KIIR by the way people of south sudan?
                What i know from ,kiir a son of dinka tribe drinking wine, beer, ozo and aso on.

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    • 8 December 2013 16:51, by Marco A. Wek

      Just copying whatever Khartoum government does. Why not call South Sudan, Sudan #2 instead of South Sudan?

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    • 9 December 2013 09:57, by Beny yomnhoi

      all those who criticise kiir are glutton fighting for leadership but let them fool the blind dog and deaf dog like Mii dit plus other but the should not come to state where everywhere an individual is a suspect for murder like CHol Tong who slaughter cows for clan men to fight kuei community and steal money what leadership do the know to show us shame on u to appear on critical theft group.

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  • 8 December 2013 06:54, by Bentiu son

    Waw!the former freedom fighters who waged long war against successive regimes of Khartoum due to their injustice, inequality,oppression,racial/religious/employment discrimination,marginalization,Arabization n Islamization policy today turned their backs and copied/implemented the brutal behavior experienced by South Sudanese in North to their own country.What a joke? The unpatriotic security shoul

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    • 8 December 2013 07:05, by Bentiu son

      d know why 3 million heroes n heroines died in South Sudan. This show clearly that Kiir painful regime lost SPLM vision,mission,principles,objectives n Manifesto which clearly stated against injustice,inequality,anti-democracy, marginalization or discrimination in all forms.Those security personals dominated by Students who experienced brutality of Sudan should refrain from imitation the same scen

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  • 8 December 2013 07:00, by Rommel

    Salva is truly behaving like a dictator. This is not what we fought for! We didn’t take up arms against a dictatorship with a penchant for censoring all unpleasant facts while sacrificing our lives to the tune of millions, only to be again subjected to the capricious and cruel whims of a dictatorship. We are not like other Africans, we will not accept such presumptuous and imperious behaviour!

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    • 8 December 2013 07:10, by Malakal county Simon

      The only way to stop Kiir from dragging South Sudan into full dictatorial country, is to send him to jail for the following crimes he committed below.
      Ongoing Murle genocide:
      Wau peaceful protest:
      Isaiah Abraham Assassination:

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      • 8 December 2013 07:41, by Chol A.

        @malakal nyagat Simon try to do so, all what you mentioned are committed by your uncle dr R splitter. The man had never know the results for his behaviours in the party these guys held conference with are one lost their top job and turn against the party but it good for them to form another party rather than yelling at Kiir!. 2015 that Dr R splitter is always hoping will be nightmare for him.

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        • 8 December 2013 08:09, by Naath

          Chol A. Man you’re always opposite the best direction like your hopeless kiir.can you and your uncle tells south sudanese people about your gains when you prevent the truth to be told to the entire nation by confiscated the document and intimated the eyes of nation which is media, this is really dictatorship that your step dad’s showing us,all and all will end up to his site.chol good luck

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          • 8 December 2013 08:30, by Naath

            Chol A. Public want to know what Riek and his gruop agenda that is why we are arguing that late public read their outcome. But it seem you guys are not ready for democracy. Kiir can get help if public know the move is wrong,but now you are killing yourself by denying the media to operate, you the people who will face consequences after all goods luck

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    • 8 December 2013 07:45, by Naath

      Rommel,It’s true that kiir is behaving like somebody who is nearly go to hell. It’s shown that kiir is visionless and very confuse leader who doesn’t know that his actions wrong and will not be able to get anything except death and lonely.i think hopeless kiir have a plan D to destroy this beautiful nation for greediness and confused ideas that will make south the tribal nation on earth

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      • 8 December 2013 10:36, by Chol A.

        @Naath Dr R splitter will never, ever lead South Sudan and I always mention this believe or not. Your dad lost dignity and South Sudanese people does not trust him due to his backflip the only people talk about him are some Naath community but his confusion let other Naath abandon him. So please don’t waste your time by always talk nonese about Dr R splitter. Don’t you know his traumatise?.

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        • 8 December 2013 12:03, by Naath

          Chol A.Your uncle lose the vast majority in party,have look.Dr machar ,Robecca Nyandeng, Pagan Amum, Deng Alor, Alfred Lado, Chol Tong, Taban Deng, John Luk, Adwok Nyaba, Majak Agot, Oyai Deng, Madut Biar, Gier Chuang, Luka Monoja, Cirino Hiteng, Ezekiel Lol, and others.Those are the heart of the party and they are respecting Dr machar and Machar respect them as well.Chol 2015 is not far away.

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          • 8 December 2013 13:01, by Chol A.

            @Naath those who fill their position are they not heart of the Splm? You mentioned 2015 election it not far away thats right but let wait for tomorrow meeting Dr R splitter is shaky about. Please some of these who were in conference contact Kiir after back from France and said they are not part of what will happen though they present in conference. So many of these are pushing dr splitter in hel

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          • 8 December 2013 13:27, by Peacocktail

            if Luka Monoja, Madut Biar, Prof.Adwok Nyaba, Dr. Agoot, Chol Tong Mayaw.John Luk Jok, Dr.Machar, NyanDeng De Mabior, Cirilo Hiteng, Deng Oyai Ajak, Amoom Pagan, Deng Alor, Luka Biong Deng, Taban Deng Gai, Justice Ezekiel Lol, Maj.Gen. Alfred Lado Gore, Gire Chuang then definitely I can surrender and agreed that Pres.Gen. Kiir has LOST POWER to those men in South Sudan before even 2015 Election.

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            • 8 December 2013 20:35, by Lotodo Awino Odug

              They were there to consoled and keep the company of confused and heart broken Riek Durjong.

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  • 8 December 2013 07:03, by truth to be told in SS

    This is a bombshell for real. There are more names that were present in that conference than what was originally reported.Majak Agoot, John Luke, Oyai, Madut Biar, Chol Tong etc. This should be a serious concern for the public. GOSS should show some restraint. They are now over reacting. Let them talk or hold conference, but attempt to confiscate individual newspapers is a wrong solution.

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    • 8 December 2013 07:26, by Malakal county Simon

      Kiir is an enemy of both democratic reforms, and South Sudanese people’s at large.

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    • 8 December 2013 07:44, by jijury

      Dictatorship will never work in South Sudan mark my words. I don’t know what this president and his advisors have been smoking. the people of South Sudan have rich cultures which teach them to speak their minds. As such, it’s vital for Kiir to know that it’s through peaceful means and eloquent dialogue that can persuade south Sudanese not threats otherwise he will not reach the new year.

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  • 8 December 2013 07:45, by Kiir

    The Unqualified President Kiir has ordered Warap boys in name of National Security to confiscated the news papers. Shame on you.

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  • 8 December 2013 07:54, by dinkdong

    Where is that idiot called "Aweil the Role Model State 4peace?" Was that the government move you were supporting yesterday? Is it good now that they were confiscating newspapers, preventing news agents from reporting what was the out come of SPLM Press Conference? You are stupid and you can not even define "DEMOCRACY."

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  • 8 December 2013 08:15, by whatsayyou

    The following are disgrace to this country and wanted to put this country Ablaze
    Robecca Nyandeng, Pagan Amum, Deng Alor, Alfred Lado, Chol Tong, Taban Deng, John Luk, Adwok Nyaba, Majak Agot, Oyai Deng, Madut Biar, Gier Chuang, Luka Monoja, Cirino Hiteng, Ezekie.

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    • 8 December 2013 08:43, by Bentiu son

      Son of slave brought up with stolen money by thievery dads or uncles.Those senior SPLM/A above are freedom fighters who fought hard to liberated you from chronic bondage of Arabs in Sudan.My big Congratulatory message goes to our fellow compatriots,nationalists,visionary leaders n pure SPLM/A members who designed our National Flag n initiated the name SPLM/A n its manifesto since 1974.Forwards go!

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      • 8 December 2013 08:56, by Rommel

        Bentiu son:
        You’ve mentioned the year 1974 innumerable times now in relation to the SPLM/A, and I really don’t know why. At first I thought it was just a typo, but you’ve done this far too many times for it to be just an accident. The SPLM/A was established in 1983 — not 1974.

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        • 8 December 2013 12:24, by Bentiu son

          Rommel,mine is true history not typing error buddy,the name SPLM/A n its current National Flag was initiated by Dr Riek Machar,Dr Lam Akol,late comrade Nyachigak Nyishilluk when they were in University of Khartoum in 1974 two years after scientific researches of Anya Anya one setbacks.Later they held series of secret meetings with Dr John Garang in Khartoum. At the time Dr Machar was the Chairman

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          • 8 December 2013 12:34, by Bentiu son

            of Students’ Organization called African National Fronts( ANF) meanwhile Dr Akol was his Deputy n late Nyachigak was the Secretary General.The four comrades got convinced to change the political n military gears to fight for united Sudan as to weaken the central government till they military liberated 95% of the Southern Region which materialized in 1991.Those leaders disagreed in 1991 because

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            • 8 December 2013 12:47, by Bentiu son

              their late comrade late Dr John Garang insisted to continue fighting till they military liberated whole Sudan include Khartoum with theme ’New Sudan’ which didn’t materialized too in 2011.Those comrades,Dr Machar n Dr Lam thought that their Comrade late Dr John Garang dishonored what they all had agreed upon which unfortunately led into split in 1991.Yes,the official formation was 1983

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              • 8 December 2013 14:15, by Rommel

                Bentiu son:
                Riek was not involved in designing the flag of the SPLM, and he is certainly not a founding member of the SPLM. There is simply no proof for your claims. It is enough to distract the weak minded, but it will achieve nothing more than that.

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                • 8 December 2013 14:21, by Rommel

                  I want and require evidence from the work (s) of a reputable historian, that explicitly substantiates and affirms your contention that Riek was involved in designing the SPLM flag, and that Riek signed an agreement with Dr. John Garang De Mabior that was then apparently "dishonored" by Garang, thereby precipitating the 1991 split.

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                  • 8 December 2013 14:26, by Rommel

                    I also want evidence that Riek was ever in contact with the late Dr. John Garang De Mabior prior to the formation of the SPLM, and that Riek was a founding member of the SPLM prior to its official founding date. Can you provide quotable evidence from historians for these claims?

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                    • 8 December 2013 14:28, by Rommel

                      You better find some documents, fast! I have a feeling you won’t be forthcoming in this regard. Two things can happen: 1) You will answer my request for evidence, and if you’re forthcoming, I will thank you for enlightening me. 2) You will not answer my request, in which case the debate is over, and you’ve lost.

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                      • 8 December 2013 14:39, by Rommel

                        I’m kind of struck by your contention, that what ultimately precipitated the split in the movement was Dr. John Garang’s stubborn insistence on fighting on, even after apparently gaining 95% of South Sudan’s territory, in contravention of an [unnamed agreement] that he signed with Riek. Major towns such as Juba were still in the hands of the enemy, so this argument doesn’t make sense.

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                        • 8 December 2013 14:51, by Rommel

                          Dr. John Garang De Mabior made it very clear to colleagues and the people of Sudan at large, that he was fighting primarily for a united Sudan, but this doesn’t necessarily mean that he sought to deny our people the right to self-determination.

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                          • 8 December 2013 14:54, by Rommel

                            In a letter sent to Joseph Lagu in 1972, Dr. John Garang makes the point "that a region retains the right to secede from the federation if its interests are not adequately served by the federation."

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                            • 8 December 2013 15:01, by Rommel

                              Furthermore, "It must be clear to Southerners that the retention of the right to secede from such a federation must be guaranteed by the federal constitution and by the existence of a physical Southern Armed Forces.) Joseph Lagu received this letter on the 24th of January, 1972.

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                              • 8 December 2013 15:06, by Rommel

                                Dr. John Garang understood that the people of South Sudan wanted to secede, but he also understood that ’international’ political and military support for an explicitly secessionist movement would not have been forthcoming, and more importantly, it would have completely alienated the people of the Nuba mountains and Blue Nile...

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                                • 8 December 2013 15:17, by Rommel

                                  .. And it would have deprived us of a means of putting pressure to bear on Khartoum in the North. Anyone who thinks that Dr. John Garang wanted to deny us the right to self-determination need only refer to Dr. John Garang’s letter to Gen. Joseph Lagu. In this letter, Garang wanted to accord the right to self-determination to any region in Sudan that felt that secession would serve its interests.

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                                  • 8 December 2013 16:17, by Koang

                                    Rommel---You are sick mentally...mostly like RAT..the way u see things down there are not The same as they are.

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                                    • 8 December 2013 16:32, by Rommel

                                      Koang:
                                      Don’t project your vices onto me. Am I apparently mentally sick because I won’t allow idiots like you to get away with lies!? The mentally strong [people like me] are capable of addressing issues, directly, specifically, concisely and clearly. The mentally weak [you] engage in pointless, meandering discourse, designed to deflect attention from their intellectual shortcomings.

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                                    • 8 December 2013 18:11, by LL Reuben

                                      Koang,
                                      He’s too knowledgeable, that’s the word you were looking for but you weren’t brave enough to actually utter it in its right context so you opted for "sick". We will not stabilize any time soon as long as we have people like you so rigid and mentally disoriented and wanting to participate in political issues. The other belligerent fool (Kim Deng) hasn’t run out of his excerpts yet!...

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                                      • 8 December 2013 18:27, by LL Reuben

                                        He continued to toss other peoples’ works as his own knowledge without sagacity to self discretion to even quote the source never mind the relevance of those excerpts that he’s been using constantly. The *question* as to whether Dr. John Garang de Mabior fought for a united Sudan or else is too profound to be discussed in greater details with imbeciles like Kim Deng, Koang, etc....

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                                        • 8 December 2013 18:38, by LL Reuben

                                          The better version of the question for simpletons should be asked as following: if Garang didn’t fight for an independence of South Sudan then who did?... Did Riek or Lam or Ngundeng and Wutnyang for that matter? Where? and How? Riek fought Garang in order to snatch the chairmanship of the SPLM out of Garang’s hand and when he failed to do so he handed himself over to Omar Bashier...

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                                          • 8 December 2013 18:47, by LL Reuben

                                            Lam! well he’s just come to South Sudan no longer than a month ago where he was residing between Cairo and Khartoum. Ngundeng and Wutnyang are mythical prophets at best, just like there were so many self-proclaimed propphets among the Dinka during their resistance to the "Condominium Rule* between 1902-1932...

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                                            • 8 December 2013 19:05, by LL Reuben

                                              Salva Kiir will continue to experiment with the leadership of this country simply because the vast majority who project themselves as alternatives and capable for providing viable political change are overwhelmingly too ignorant…that is an irony they can’t see themselves. Now we’ve a coalition of former thieves led by Machar and Pagan crying for misrule when they’re the architects of it all.

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                                              • 8 December 2013 19:10, by Rommel

                                                LL Reuben:
                                                Thank you for your kind words, dear brother. It’s nice to have an intelligent and discerning counterpart on board. This ’forum’ is filled to the brim with embittered fools and brain-dead hicks.

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                                                • 8 December 2013 19:45, by LL Reuben

                                                  Rommel,
                                                  You are truly a very talented young fellow. It’s fascinating how you’ve acquired so much knowledge in that age. I personally never took anything for granted, that’s why I admire your intellectualism. I’ve lived through most of the stuffs we talked about here daily but I feel very delighted when I see a young fellow like you having learned so much from books..

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                                                  • 8 December 2013 19:54, by LL Reuben

                                                    Keeps on reading more and stay focused and humble. your esteem is higher than the most because of what you’ve achieved for yourself. Be proud of it and keeps your head up. You deserve all the praises that come your way because you’ve worked hard. Dozen of these debaters are probably relatively close to your age or about your age I hope you can make them interested in true intellualism.

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  • 8 December 2013 09:00, by Gaddfa

    media company should be allow to do their job then gagging them, it not their fault. where were those who are confiscating those newspapers in the first place when so what called ’’SPLM press conference’’?

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  • 8 December 2013 09:45, by Joseph Canada

    hahaha.. I told you before we are heading to the dictatorship Government.

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  • 8 December 2013 09:58, by 4Justice

    Icelanders Overthrow the satanic Government and jailed all the wicked bankers responsible for the economic collapse there. They even Rewrote the satanic Constitution after the banking fraud and almost NO WORD from US or European Media.

    http://guardianlv.com/2013/12/icelanders-overthrow-government-and-rewrite-constitution-after-banking-fraud-no-word-from-us-media/

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    • 8 December 2013 10:30, by Frak Cho

      The former SPLM Secretary General, Pagan never visited a single state and highlight SPLM members on the party policies.
      What is he talking now?

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      • 8 December 2013 13:47, by Peacocktail

        The SPLM Meeting Meeting musst be held in Good faith or President Kiir had a big a headache to run alone while big boys are yielling for change and this make force President Kiir to exccept his term ends in 2015 for correction to happens as it’s not too late do such bargeue SPLM policies change for real peace and Devlopment. all citizens are not aware of their rights in the country. why hides it.

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        • 8 December 2013 16:03, by Koang

          LET OUR PEOPLE KEEP EYES OPEN OTHERWISE THE COUNTRY IS GOING OUT OF CONTROL. WRONG DIRECT.

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  • 8 December 2013 17:02, by 4Justice

    Statism survives by looting. A free country survives by producing - Ayn Rand

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  • 8 December 2013 20:35, by dude

    calm down people. SPLA,SPLM was formed in 1983 by Dr. John Garang De Mabior the true Hero of our blood. there were some factions that were in Bilpam, but Dr. John kicked them out and they left and gone somewhere and in Khartoum. If Dr. John Garang is a life today, we will see highways across South Sudan already. Dr. John will put Kiir Mayardit to Jail or prison for playing around and stealing mone

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  • 8 December 2013 20:53, by Alier De Jok

    All those folks who are criticizing the president are more than worse. The criticize when they are remove from office all of them work in the gov’t the excuse of bias and corruption when they are very people who mismanaged gov’t money and abuse of office. Can they prove beyond reasonable doubt to South Sudanese that their hands are clean. Why do people pretend to know bad things when they are out

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