As I see it :An Analysis and Critique of US Journalists Nicholas Kristof, Faith McDonnell Rob Schwarzwalder Illegal Visit to the Nuba Mountains (10-10)
As I see it, it is no surprised that the US journalists and the US lawmakers, these days could illegally enter into Sudan free at will and without any authorization from the immigration authorities for formal documentations, issued of entry permits and Entry Visas as required by law, but decided to bulldoze their illegal entry into the Republic of Sudan through the back alley or the back door of the failed Apartheid banana republic of South Sudan. The visits were, nonetheless, intended for the search of culture of peace and security, but astutely and purposely for a different hidden agenda to destabilize the African nation of Sudan. The Western world is not yet satisfied with the partitioned of the country in 2011.
As regard to the US virtual dependency on the Marxist-Leninist SPLM/A-S, it would not deliver the anticipated goods and services because it is now under tremendous pressure to be kick out one way or the other by the SSLA rebel forces. In fact, both economic and military pressures are mounting against the SPLA and the GOSS in Juba. As far as the south rebel forces are concerned, it is now the best opportunity ever to kick out the octogenarian and one of the most corrupt outfit to kick it out or boot it out of power permanently. It is also my belief that within the next few months, it would be the US that would want to have contacts with South Sudan Liberation Army (SSLA) rebel forces both political and military leaders mainly in Greater Upper Nile States and is now rapidly spreading to Northern Bahr-el-Ghazel, Eastern Equatoria and Western Equatoria. Salvatore Kiir has failed and a new leadership in a united or fragmented South Sudan is inevitable to emerge or in the making sooner rather than later. Therefore, the US should not put all its eggs in one basket, but should have contingency plans in establishing contacts with South Sudan rebel political and military leaders. The Western world should know and underscore that south Sudan rebel forces are not anti-West, but anti-social justice, domination, exploitation and oppression. We would take to the Western world and the UN the raison d’être that resorted to the armed struggle in South Sudan. The US must and ought to have not all its eggs in one basket but should scatter them into many baskets because if some of them would fall down and crack, others would remain hanging to hatch. In other worlds, the analogy is that, the us as pre-requisite, should establish contacts with the South Sudan rebel forces and political leaders. The Marxist-Leninist SPLM/A in Juba would soon crack, defeated, disseminated, fall apart and the SSLA rebels would soon emerge to become the victors. What would the US do?
This is the envisaged democratic change that the US would not want to miss in the would-be united or fragmented South Sudan. The Dinka led apartheid and tribal regime in Juba based on the concept of Monjiengism – a quasi- political, philosophical, fascist, neo-Nazism, racist inferiority complex, undemocratic and negative concept or paranoid as well as psychotic negative attitude designed and orchestrated by the semi-educated Dinka tribesmen that they [Dinka] are born to rule and not to be ruled and that they have agreed that non-Dinka should not rule; that they have agreed that in South Sudan because they still maintain the so-called imaginary majoritarianism in South Sudan. Actually, according to the last Sudan population Census, the Nuer is now the majority and the most potentially wealthiest throughout Sudan and Africa is more educated in South Sudan compared to the Dinka who bought their bogus higher education degrees in East Africa and South Africa, including the Western countries bogus universities or the so-called Long Distance Universities. As an American academic, I can measure or gauge on in and challenge most of the so-called bogus PhDs in South Sudan through cyber research and other means available in the US educational system to verify and evaluate their educational qualifications and work experiences.
For instance, amongst all the South Sudanese communities in the Australia, Canada, Europe and the Nordic countries and the USA, the Nuer and Equatorian immigrants have excelled par excellence and scored the highest in higher educational and professional degrees compared to the Dinka immigrants. The time is nearer and at the corner for this work to be commissioned. As a Southerner and a Nuer, I could also tell my people that were born to be democratic, fair, free and transparent leaders rather than that we [the Nuers] are born to rule and not to be ruled contrary to the proclamation by Dinka tribesmen power elite that [Dinka] are born to rule and not be ruled, is an idea that no matured and educated Southern leader would ever accept or takes it for granted and/or, could surely lead the South real political oblivion, fragmentation, civil war and bloody tribal warfare that would be a repeat of the 1991-1995 that was championed by the late John Garang blind political ambition to reunite the splintered and demised Marxist-Leninist SPLM/A outfit must and ought to go one way to allow others and we would be determined to achieve this goal by any means necessary. Realistically, Southerners fought the longest, brutal and treacherous war on the principle of domination, exploitation and oppression from the Northern Sudan. Were such an oppression, domination, exploitation and marginalization any different from the current Dinka oppression, domination and exploitation and the land grasping in South Sudan? Now, that we have won our freedom a neo-oppressor is emerging at the horizon in the South in which no reasonable persons would condone and adore such an event. Every Southerner should underscore that we fought the war because of oppression, why should we want create another neo-oppressor? If our common aim is to eradicate this would-be neo-oppressor and to keep the South united, we should all unite our ranks and files to fight that would-be neo-oppressor for its total defeat and annihilation. We would either live as freed and equal men and women in the South or we could just kiss each other goodbye as we had done it disgracefully with our northern brethrens and let each region fans out for itself and God is for all as simple as that. Therefore, I urge and appeal to all the people of the Greater Upper Nile that there is nothing to fear except fear itself that the Greater Upper Nile would separate from the South by any means necessary to become a shared federal or a commonwealth of independent states. We would accomplish this mission whether Salvatore Kiir plutocracy likes it or not, we should prevail and would like to forewarn any Dinka leaders whose dreams of united South to forgo it to conclusion. It is going to happen any time soon or latter or in my lifetime.
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The South must and ought to undergo perestroika (restructuring) and glasnost (openness). With current characteristics of the present regime in South Sudan, it could not lead us to higher heights, but regression and to become looters or corruption of the third kind. Without the shadow of a doubt, the Dinka leadership from Abel Alier to the late John Garang and now up to Salvatore Kiir Mayardit has failed and truly has been indicative that Dinka are dictators, tyrants and undemocratic leaders. Lo and behold, we could not move from the alleged Northern Sudan oppression to create another neo-oppressor. There is no doubt that Salvatore Kiir and his Warap Gangsters or Mafiosi would reap and sow what they have sown one way or the other. It is my opinion that any rise of another neo-oppressor in the South would be absurd and absurdum. It would be much better for the South to disintegrate then to accept the Dinka domination, exploitation and oppression to prevail. Salvatore Kiir, a man with a little horse brain or nothing in his head except the gallon hat given him as a gift from President George Bush’s on his range in Texas, USA, the obstinate sergeant (Al-Rigib al-Awal) in the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the so-called President of the failed banana republic of South Sudan should reckon that Greater Upper Nile would one way or another would separate from South as a new independent and sovereign state. There would be no compromise on this dream in any future negotiations. This is no political gimmick but a political reality that could soon come to pass. As for those Nuer leaders who have prostituted themselves for positions or become Dinka lovers, we known them all and we would under the codified Nuer Customary Law [Fangak Law] and ethics, we do know what to do with them. They are fruitless, non-progressive and unproductive to the Nuer society. They are self-conceded individuals worthless to lead the Nuer nation in the foreseeable future. They both remained as Dinka lovers, ostracized and never to return to the Nuerland and their actions or no actions would be passed on to their children and their children’s children. Nevertheless, we would liberate the Greater Upper Nile with our sweats and blood from the Dinka Apartheid; therefore, there would be negotiated settlement once the separation is completed. I would like Salvatore Kiir to think harder about the current situation in northern Mali, South Ostia and Abkhazia in Georgia and the Somaliland in the Horn of Africa. I should limit myself analysis, comments and critique because most of the points jotted down by Faith McDonnell have already been investigated in my previous rebuttal, analysis and critique on the illegal entry into the Yida Refugee Camp along the North-South borderline areas by the US Congressman Frank Wolf (R-VA) and the US journalist Nicholas Kristof and others who accompanied them.
By Professor David de Chand, 22/05/2012