Tag Archive: Jieng Council of Elders

‘TRIBERCULOSIS’ (TB#2): BEWARE OF THE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF THIS NEW EPIDEMIC!

CAN YOU TEST +VE/-VE AGAINST THESE 10 SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF ‘TRIBERCULOSIS’ (TB#2)? Did you just say you are non-tribalistic? Well, check the hell of prove from your intellectual health status below: 1-… Continue reading

JCE: JIENG, CANCEL OFF ELDERS’ FORUM FROM THE ‘RIP PUBLIC OFF SOUTH SUDAN’…

To be a dinkum Dinka, or  to be fair dinkum about this Dinka (JCE)’s trending topic, one has to be sacrificially a daredevil to condemn it. So I have to. From many wires,… Continue reading

JUST A FORUM, NOT A QUORUM…!

From the below detailed summary of the session of November 19, 2015, no quorum was arrived at to pass the constitutional amendment motion. This is besides the fact that the numbers given to the speaker to announce, as linked in his voice cue here, were trumped up at the gate when entrants were signing in. Some sources said even body guards of the MPs and other staffers of the parliament were made to sign in so that the final list is submitted to the Speaker.

OPEN LETTER TO JCE: YOUR SCAPEGOAT POLITICS AND TRIBAL ACTIVISM ARE DESTROYING OUR NATION

Without wasting time on that long letter aimed at creating a scapegoat, I have got what I wanted already in that opening paragraph. Hypocrisy, escapism and threat against the people who tell the truth in South Sudan. Unfortunately, most of such things are done in the collective name of the largest ethnic group in South Sudan by a minority of recyclable politicians who use their innocent communities as pawns in the war of political power maintenance. The most unfortunate part of this story is the way straight talkers like Mac Paul Kuol Awar are being fronted to the community as the villains of the war. Just by telling the truth, which is sworn in an oath before a witness speaks, a certain group that calls itself the name of the whole tribe is misleading the communities to shift from the culprits of the war to the scapegoats like Mac (pronounced ‘mach’) and those named in the report. The method of coercion of support is threefold, as done through allegiance to tribe as seen in Agel Machar’s reason of defection here, bribe, which is offered in terms of cash money, job or other favours, and threats. Threat of use of force is always the last resort as in Agel Machar’s picture here, again.