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Why is Pagan Out of the Government? by Urban T Kir in Juba, South Sudan.
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Aug 9, 2008 - 9:33:10 AM

Why is Pagan Out of the Government?

 

 

Urban T Kir in Juba, South Sudan.

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Why is Pagan Out of the Government?

 

Pagan Amum Okech, the real son of the South is out of the government because of plots from Salva Kiir, Abel Alier, and all Dinka advisors of Omar Bashir. Omar Bashir does not have any problem with Pagan. Salva is also the motivating force behind the Hague warrant of   arrest of Ak Al Kharim, field marshall Omar Bashir because he believes that he would systemically becomes the president as he is the VP. He is the betrayer behind the case of our president. He knows that Bashir does not have any problem with Nuer, Shilluk, Equatorials, Anuak, and all other numerous tribes of Sudan. Yaser Arman is also likely to be the next victim of Salva Kiir but not "Salva Regina". He (Salva) hates Dr. Riek Gai Kok, Nyandeng Mabior, Kuol Manyang Juuk, uncle Gatluak Deng. He and his friend Wani are like   a rotten garbage in a desolate junk yard... Salva is also behind the reason why William Nyuon Bany's children and Nyakuach are not well rewarded this time. Who is it among us that does not know the contribution of William Nyuon in this liberation struggle? He (Salva) was behind the assasination attempt of Dr. Lam Akol Ajawin, the irresistible political motivator and a real true Sudanese for the just cost of the people of the Sudan. Dinka particularism has become the new undifferentiated paranoid disorder of the South at the current but its diagnostic manuals and medications are not yet discovered or published by scientific community either. When it comes to eye for an eye, it will be a finger for a   toe this time. The purpose for which our brother president George W Bush brokered the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) is to ease the suffering of the poor people in South Sudan but Salva is now off the road and not considering how much energy and time the president devouted to the implementation of the CPA and North-South Border demarcation of 1/1/1956 of Great Britain. Now that the president is retiring very soon, who is going to help the South and Darfur as we are not sure of the commitment of his predecessors? Salva should think twice or thrice regarding this problem before August 13, 2008 or he and the president he betrayed should go to the Hague together. Salva does not like lntelligent people like Dr. Lam, Yaser Arman, professor Moses Malual, James Solomon Padiet, Dr.Hassan Ismail, Osman Marial, Francis Mading Deng. Let Salva be taken to Malakal to repeat the high school in St. Lwanga Senior Secondary in short and no more or let him step down right away or if not an alliance of well ilites will be formed against him (already something is in the making). He should also drink twice a week only (recommended for most presidents) so that delegates and international brokers are met on time and to keep businesses on the   run. Last time he was accused of drinking daily and singing in Dinka that "he does not fear any body in the world or Sudan" which is absolutely quark of him to do that because it is always good to fear other people in expression of your respect, harmony, and love. It is an absolute disgrace for a president to sing in Dinka language while drinking or even latrine caretakers don't do that. Nyandeng de Mabior is our mother all of us and we should always respect her for the great impact of her husban, our hero and father of the South   Dr. John Garang de Mabior. Salva was also quoted while drinking as saying “Nyandeng is just a woman and I know how to deal with her in a Aweil Mading zigzaging paths of unmathematical and social problems”. Could Salva ever become the president of Sudan in the presence of Arab ilites or is he in obsession with daydreams, bizarity of thoughts or circumstantial undifferentiation of egocentrism?

 

 

 

 

 

Urban T Kir in Juba, South Sudan.

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