The World of Unfairness, The Sanction Against Self-Defense, The Issue of South Sudan and The Continuation of Colonization of Africa
When Pilate saw that he was getting nowhere, but that instead uproar was starting, he took water and washed his hands in front of the crowd. ‘I am innocent of this man’s blood,’ he said. ‘It is your responsibility!’ All the people answered, ‘His blood is on us and on our children!’
By Gatluke Chuol Reat,
July 05, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — It was once said, “Not the pain of this but its unfairness was what dazed Peter. It made him quite helpless. He could only stare, horrified. Every child is affected thus the first time he is treated unfairly”. J.M. Barrie. They also say that in 21 centuries, education is at its best, well, today, I want to declare that “…it’s better in fact to be guilty of manslaughter than of fraud about what is fair and just.” Plato. When I read the Breaking News from outlets about South Sudan, on how to give peace a chance, it was that a sanction will be imposed on those who prevent or stand in the way to give peace a chance.
According to UN website, it says “Security Council, Adopting Resolution 2206 (2015), Lays Groundwork for Targeted Sanctions in South Sudan Should Peace Deal Fail” However, by no surprised, The UN and it coordinators namely United States of America, the British and the France acted as if the they are imposing sanction against their slave black Africans of 16 to 18 centuries who will by-no meant see what they are trying to achieved. This resolution is nothing but a fabrication of Western warmongering and an old tactics to scare slave Africans
The ironical thing about this is that the UN and its actors failed miserably to distinction between the war itself and the actors of the war. The UN also missed the very simplest factor in identifying who is who or who has done what and for what reasons. The UN also failed to understand that the world is getting smallest and smallest by day where majority of the world citizens are beyond colonization, especially, the young Africans. So who give the UN the names of the Generals? Or what ground does UN make it decisions? Hence, I do not know who does the investigation for the United Nation and come to concluded that those generals are the one who are standing on the way for the peace to come to South Sudan for that matter. Nor do I have any desire to know about who is sanctioning them either. However, I am therefore, convince that the world is full of injustice where the people who are in the position of powers can chose what to do and what not to do.
Maybe, the UN is trying to justify it resolution that there are no fewer hypocrites among The UN’s Actors than there are among The UN’s hypocrisies. Hypocrisy is a human problem not a UN or it actors’ problem. Hence, because it is a human problem it is a problem for all of us. Therefore, the UN and its Actors are not accountable for their actions because it is not their problem it is human problem. Or maybe the “Security Council, Adopting Resolution 2206 (2015), Lays Groundwork for Targeted Sanctions in South Sudan Should Peace Deal Fail” is actually a representation of a failed British-led-colonization-zones failure to act on South Sudan.
When Pilate saw that he was getting nowhere, but that instead uproar was starting, he took water and washed his hands in front of the crowd. ‘I am innocent of this man’s blood,’ he said. ‘It is your responsibility!’ All the people answered, ‘His blood is on us and on our children!’ Therefore, the only justification of the UN by sanctioning Gen. Peter Gatdet, Simon Gatwech Dual and koang Chuol Ranley is no difference than that of decision by Pharisees to sentenced Jesus to death over Banabeth for the crime we dismissed today. Pharisees accused Jesus of exorcising demons in allegiance with Satan. Pharisees opposed Jesus and his followers for their Sabbath practices. Therefore, he is guilty of these crimes and sentenced to death by hanging.
For this reason, I will then give some respective as to why the world is acting in an opposite when it comes to South Sudan issues. Unlike any other continent around the world, Africa is divided to two into two distinctions groups by the Western Colonization’s. One is led by British-led-colonies-zone and the other is led by French-led-colonies-zone. When a war broke out in the continent of Africa, for example in the British-led-colonies-zone, the British has to act and response according to what they like and do not like. They can pick and choose whether, they can response or not and if they had to respond they can choose who are the bad guys are and who are the good guys are despite of the roots cause of that war.
Again, then, when a war broke out in French-led-colonies-zone such as that of Libya in 2011 then French can decided what to do and led the campaign to UNITED NATION and eventually to response according who they like and do not like. For example, in 2003, a campaign was launched against Liberia President Charles Taylor that sentenced him to 50 years in jail for ‘some of the most heinous and brutal crimes recorded in human history and that according to ‘Richard Lussick, the judge at the UN-backed court in The Hague, said Taylor was in a ‘class of his own’ when it came to war crimes and sentenced him to 50 years.
Also “In November 2011, Mr Gbagbo was transferred to The Hague to stand trial at the International Criminal Court on charges of crimes against humanity”. Therefore we will keep him in jail because in the Decision of 13 July 2012, the Single Judge found that there appeared to be a large and well-organised network of political supporters of Mr Gbagbo in Côte d’Ivoire and abroad and there was risk that this network could provide Mr Gbagbo with the means to abscond, to obstruct the investigation, or to commit crimes within the jurisdiction of the Court according to ICC. Maybe Hugo Claus is right when he said “I am a person who is unhappy with things as they stand. We cannot accept the world as it is. Each day we should wake up foaming at the mouth because of the injustice of things.” Hugo Claus
I will conclude by saying it is a huge mistake for the UN and its actors in 21 centuries to choose the Pilate’s decision by sentencing Jesus to death. Also it is a huge mistake to tell us that they will continues to do or don’t do or choose what side they can support when it comes to war in Africa despite of the root causes of the war as long as it happening in Africa. I will also want to say that the UN and its actors are only destroying the world not Africa alone. Therefore, the main reason for writing this piece is that I only wanted to point out the fact behind the UN’s resolution 2206 (2015) is nothing but hypocrisies and a Pilate decision over Jesus. This resolution also is nothing but a fabrication of Western warmongering and an old tactics to scare slave Africans. This resolution does not hold any water nor does it stand for neither the people of South Sudan nor the current situation or for the victims of this imposed war.
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