By Junior William Deng.
April 16, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — Juba Regime is referred to government of comrade president Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit and his allies, it must be ended immediately. Youths of all political and ethnic divide need to uprise and coordinate once and for all powerful political defiance against this tyrannical regime for having deviated from well documented revolutionary promises.
When liberation war got underway, the society was promised that when we have independence, farmers would be provided with agricultural inputs in order to improve farm produces, harvest heavily and sale to government silos. This promise hit the bottom rock hard because the regime has failed to fund and fuel agriculture as stated.The much awaited oil money to support small scale and large scale farming is evidently pocketed by individuals, nothing like subsistence output from our farms has been supported.
Animal husbandry has been frustrated and junubin local pastoralists have lost market as beef producers because the regime has failed to protect our beef industry that has supplied uganda, Dr.congo, central Africa and Sudan during bush time until 2005 instead they went for Uncle museveni’s ankore poor quality beef. Direct consumption of this less quality beef has got many problems connected with health issues in the country. Many people of all ages have spent billions pounds treating themselves in abroad for consuming infected beef. We must overthrow this regime.
Our property and lives are not protected. The cows, poultry, homesteads, farms, shops and our only thing we own lives are destroyed internally. Our power the constitution mandated our armed forces to protect and defend us has been violated by the same armed forces. Instead they rob us, rape, steal, lynch us and and take our supposedly heirs and heiress to the war to continue their looting by limiting us to death ends. We must overthrow Juba regime.
Our liberation was premised on economic growth. This would take a trend of active import and export, construction of industries and factories such as refineries, sugar factories, shoe making factories, fishing factories, cement factories, food processing Industries and you can name them. None has been installed not even pepper or tomato processing industry…we have our bosses enjoying chilli and tomato sauces imported from Kenyan, Rwandan or Ugandan gardens. The regime has failed to revitalize pineapple factory in yambio, sugar factory in mongala and Renk, it has failed to revitalize rice schemes in Aweil. We simply have no economy and we can’t hold to this regime, it must be overthrown.
Youths hope was premised on market efficiency. This would depend so much on price mechanism determined and based on the invisible hands of demand and supply, it would be on free competition. This natural efficiency of our market has been interfered with by the regime bourgeoisie who magendo in the much visible black market with limited access.
Black market created and controlled by few to severe both price mechanism and free competition, it’s a market whose prices are determined by villagers and head chiefs who operate in the market illegally. Youths can’t access and can’t sustain the operation of black market. Our mothers, sisters, the less fortunate and widows of the liberation are subjected to consequential lines and cues at late nights working for the bourgeoisie in order to get pennies to buy Juba bread or they get bedded by the rich to survive, just horrible. Youth must overthrow Juba regime.
Banking industry is primarily limited to government businesses, it has no rural development policies such as cooperative saccos, micro finances Initiative and other credit facilities to help local citizens. Roads, healthcare centres and educational facilities have not been prioritized or voted for and implemented by the regime. political democracy, personal liberties, human dignity don’t have chance in the country, creating national people’s army has failed but they build tribal oriented army. Juba Regime must be overthrown.
Youths have no job opportunities, their opportunities depend on tribal warlords or simply ask to join warlordism. Corruption has killed eighty per cent of children at birth every year and killed ninety per cent of pregnant mothers at delivery every year, it has displaced four million people between 2011 to 2014. We have no evidence to hold this regime In power, youths must overthrow Juba regime and replace it with the dictatorship of the people.