From Innocent Escape Goat To Deadly Prey

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  1. GatNor
    March 20, 2015 at 7:05 pm

    When all these atrocities happened and continue to happened to the Nuers, the world watch without doing anything. When the Nuers fought back in self defense the world came out to condemned the Nuers. Justice delayed is justice denied. Nuers lives matters much like every good citizens of this planet. Without Nuers uniting amongst themselves who will tell this bias world to go screw itself and that enough is enough.

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  2. March 20, 2015 at 9:08 pm

    Kam,
    Everyone who reads your piece will have tears in their eyes because it is a very serious incitement and hateful image you are putting on the head of every Nuer in the world towards the Dinka people. Since no one can tell you that what you are painting is imagination because that is what you fill with head with, my only worry is that any Nuer who does not analyse will kill some Dinka in the name of your article. This will not even ask themselves, but how did you know and you are Kuala Lampur, Malaysia all this time? This was the kind of writing that forced US government to extradite Rwandese who were writing hateful articles to assist their tribal men either to exterminate Utoos or Tutsis and triedfor their roles in the Genocide. So, these articles are being filed and writers
    will be summoned when the court for south Sudan crimes will be adjudicated! I wonder if our Diaspora writers really know this issue!

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    • GatNor
      March 21, 2015 at 12:44 am

      Nyaluak,

      Many writers have had contact with survivors and some writers are themselves survivors with first hand experiences as witnesses to massacres, many atrocities and inhumane treatment of Nuers. The writer has facts validating his article, facts like Nuer victims being forced to eat the dead and decomposing bodies of other Nuers. Even in the Nazi-Germany this did not happened and millions were exterminated. There is nothing wrong with being summon to court as long as one is sitting with the truth. In court one must tell the truth and nothing but the truth. I am sure the testimonies in courts will be more gruesome to hear than most writers tries to analyzed and reconstruct on a piece of paper.

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    • March 21, 2015 at 7:28 am

      Nyaluak Lual,
      I am not afraid of anything. all I am looking forward to is such a fair court that will condemn all who participated in the killing of innocents civilians and those who indirectly supported these murderers not someone who cried out mourning and as a voice in these brutally killed innocents infants

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  3. Elbow Chuol
    March 20, 2015 at 11:05 pm

    u amazed me bro…..this is a great piece ever written here…..kiir must go

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  4. Hoiloom
    March 21, 2015 at 12:01 am

    Nyaluak Lual or Buay Malek Chuol, what has not happened that Kam mentioned in his article? Even though Kam might not have been in Juba that fateful days of December 2013 maybe he has lost relatives who were brutally murdered. Some of us who contribute in this website escaped the death and have witnessed the destruction of Nuer nation. So please if you are not informed of what took place in Juba you better back off and enjoy your blood money in Washington. Nuer will overcome all these hurdles. As for Kam Lony, great article indeed and an eye opener.

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  5. Thomas Ngundeng
    March 21, 2015 at 12:11 am

    Well well…well. You sound a good fiction writer my bro. You must have done excellent in literature. Please continue writing, but avoid incitement for such powerful and moving dramatization of the crimes that happened against our people in Juba could add fuel to an already existing fire. Remember, not all our Dinka cousins were involved in what happened in Juba- this fact must be understood and appreciated by all of us Nuer. More Nuer are hosted by our cousins in Warrap, Lakes, and NBG than anywhere in the world. There sounds to be a reference to some sort of innocence mixed with superiority when characterizing what you called a servant made king by the Nuer (your reference to Salva Kiir made President by Riek). My young broher, I was there through it all. No one made Kiir our president but his deeds. It is better to preach peaceful coexistence between the Nuer and Dinka, than talking about 91 or 2013. Leaders who make us fight in order for them to get power will die one day. But remember, the Nuer and Dinka will live together for eternity. I appreciate you closing remarks, but it added no effect to the whole piece which is one of the deepest hate speech I have ever read in my long years. Please write another such powerful metaphoric speech for peaceful coexistence, and you will be rewarded for it by God and your bigger community (which is South Sudan).

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    • Gatwech Bipal
      March 21, 2015 at 2:44 am

      True pave the way for peaceful co existence. The very word man airout is complete mind decolonisation. Kam!! You have made all. Despite all atrocities inflicted against Nuer nationality, we forgive but history will have no mercy against them. Jaang and Naath are neighbour forever no matter what. Generations come and generations go yet our geopolitical policy will remain as great Nilotics. I hate the regime and their policy but not being Jaang. I think days and night for Kuothnhial to ” have mercy on Mun Rami Car” Thump up man to jot this wonderful article to enlight and inform the world. Great work welldone for great mind!
      Gatwech The Great aka Gatwech Bipal

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  6. March 21, 2015 at 12:58 am

    It’s derived from the bible and I agree with the fact that God stands with Nuer in this conflict, remain strong because time is nigh for God driven victory

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  7. March 21, 2015 at 3:23 am

    Dear Hoiloom,
    I think you need to get it clear that I am not Gordon Buay. You know that Gordon does not hide himself when he is writing. I don’t see a reason why I can be confused with him. Anyways, my brother or sister, I wanted to point out that hate speeches bring about ethnic cleansing and genocide and that is what our brother wrote. Yes, atrocities were committed in Juba, but no witness will tell you truthfully that they actually ate the cooked body of their brother or relative in Juba at gun point during the fighting or that s/he saw bodies of Nuer being burned. I was right here in Juba through all the difficult days in the lives of all of us the Nuer, the first time I heard about cooked bodies was by telephone on 18 December 2013 made to me by my relative in America inquiring if it was true. I told him that yes, people are being killed in big numbers and we are left to defend ourselves and fight those that are stopping the Nuer being taken to UNMISS, but, war is hot here, I don’t think that anyone would have time to cook a Nuer and ask other Nuer to eat it. Everyone is being cautious for his/her own life even the Dinkas. The Dinkas were also killed in big numbers here by Nuer, but they were killed in the battles, there was no house to house killing of Dinkas in Juba. Those are facts as I know them. When you hear something from someone else, you cannot testify as a witness in the court of law. You must be an eye witness and that is why I caution our brother to tune down his hate and inciteful speech.

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  8. March 21, 2015 at 7:44 am

    It’s ridiculous brother, why on earth would someone be condemned for defending himself?

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  9. March 21, 2015 at 8:01 am

    To those who think I have written a very hateful incitement, would you point out by quoting what you are calling incitement. This piece is based on true story, the very atrocities committed by Juba government against the innocents. The world has already known about yourself claimed legitimacy and your denials of all the inhuman acts you committed against infants and lads alike.

    God shall never forgive you however much you try to pervert.

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