Eric Reeves has mobilizes Smith College in the United State of America to support Salva Kirr to killed the Nuer people of South Sudan
By Gatluke C. Reat,
October 8, 2014 (Nyamilepedia) — the leadership of the Nuer Community of North America would like to express its deepest sadness and heartfelt to learned that Smith College in the U.S.A has join the blood law firms such as Podesta Group and KRL International LLC in favor of supporting South Sudanese civil war. Smith College was dragged into South Sudan civil war by its English professor, Eric Reeves who is known for his support of the government of Salva Kirr who is killing its own people in South Sudan.
In his response to the articles that I wrote on October 3, 2014 titled “Eric Reeves, what led this heartless American man to the hatred of the Nuer people of South Sudan? Or is Eric Reeves a cursed or is he simply being brainwashed?” Eric Reeves cowardly went directly to Smith College and started mobilizing the Smith College as if he has a threat coming out from the Nuer Community or directly from myself. As a result, the Smith College took the matter into it own hands and contacts a Smith college detective who later contacts me. I spoke to the detective and tell him exactly what I did and what I intended to do and what I will continue to do on behave of my people.
I would personally like to remind Eric Reeves, in the history of America, MLK once said, “But I want you to know tonight,. I’m not worried about anything. I’m not fearing any man” he said
Also he said, “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge”
What happened in South Sudan and how Americans blood suckers want to get rich?
Well, here is a background, in the wake of unforgettable December 15, 2013, the disgrace President Kirr declared a fabricated Coup attempted by Dr. Riek Machar who happened to be born as the Nuer. Thereafter, Salva Kirr shamelessly brought in Uganda People Defense Force (UPDF) as an answered and pouring its army to South Sudan to fight for brother to brother war African stupidity.
However, the worsen part about Smith College joining the war 10 months after is that according to its website, it said “Smith College is a distinguished liberal arts college committed to providing the highest quality undergraduate education for women to enable them to develop their intellects and talents and to participate effectively and fully in society” then if that is so that Smith College is supporting women and their society, why supporting people who are killings women? Or is Smith College is talking about women in Boston, U.S.A only?
If not so, according to UN figures, about 20,000 South Sudanese died and 1.5 million people have fled their homes mostly Nuer ethnics groups since December 15, 2013 when fighting broke out between supporters of President Salva Kiir and those of his former deputy, Riek Machar. Thousands have died in the violence, including many civilians brutally targeted because of their ethnicity.
In the history of the mankind, it hard to believe that a community college who claimed to educate women is actually is doing the opposite. It is understandable to see Podesta group and the KRL International LLC rushing to Juba to collects few dollars, but what is it that Smith College will get in return to support a murderous President in Africa?
I sometimes wonder! What is the driving force here? That we missed that led American law firms and now Community College to believe that killing of the Nuer people will make them financially stable?
If the Smith College failed to secured it financial needs in the country like United Start of America? How in the world they will secure their financial needs with the blood of the Nuer people of South Sudan?
Or is the Smith College is being misled by another greedy typical American man who his hands are full of blood of the people of the South Sudan and Sudan?
If the Smith College was misled by Eric Reeves to belief that South Sudan is the quicker pass to richness, well I have a bad news for Smith College, think again.
However, it is sad that Smith College has joined choirs groups, such as Podesta Group and KRL International laws firms to singing oh yes to blood money of the people of South Sudan. In the process, it is sad that a community College known as Smith College can easily join a choirs of blood dancers and singers just to get a few dollars in favor of Eric Reeves.
Message to Smith College and Smith Community Police
In case you did not know lately about what Eric Reeves is doing based on his support of Salva Kirr to Kill the Nuer people of South Sudan. Eric Reeves was actively and has been writing so many rotten articles against the Nuer people who are simply are trying to protect their family being murdered by another notorious African dictator name Salva Kirr like his counterparts.
To begin, what was his first response to the event that let this current war?
By Eric Reeves December 17, 2013 – Eric start his hatred by reminding people about the past, in part he started by a brief and highly selective historical chronology and he started by saying in 1991: Riek Machar, the focus of so much attention currently, defected from the Sudan People’s Liberation Army led by John Garang; he was joined by Lam Akol (Shilluk) and others, and the defection of troops proved a disaster for the SPLA. Ethnic tensions between the Nuer (the tribal group to which Machar belongs) and Dinka (the tribal group to which Garang and the majority of the SPLA leadership belong) were greatly exacerbated. The infamous “Bor Massacre” (of Dinka in the Bor area) for which Machar was responsible stands as an enduring historical symbol of civilian slaughter. Turning Southerner against Southerner on the basis of ethnicity was Khartoum’s most potent weapon in the long civil war.
Though these events occurred more than twenty years ago, they live on in the minds of many in their assessment of Machar.
1997: Riek Machar and Lam Akol signed the absurdly futile “Khartoum Peace Agreement.” Far from working to end the civil war, it removes Nuer and Shilluk forces from the opposition to Khartoum’s military forces and militias, setting the stage for large-scale oil development in what were at the time known as Western Upper Nile. The years from 1998 – 2002 are among the most violent and destructive of the entire civil war, with mass civilian clearances of areas in all directions around Bentiu, currently capital of Unity State and at the time epicenter for oil development activities by Canadian, Chinese, and Malaysian oil companies.
As recently Eric Reeves caught saying “Dr. Riek a puppet designated governor of Sudan to run the Uppernile region” and on 26 August 2014)- he wrote an article confirming the shooting down of UN Helicopter in South Sudan,. In part he said, “A helicopter of the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) was shot down today by forces under the command of notoriously brutal militia leader Peter Gadet. A rocket-propelled grenade brought the aircraft down approximately ten kilometers outside Bentiu at 3:15pm local time, killing three crew members and seriously injuring a fourth. The Mi-8 helicopter was on a routine cargo flight from Wau (Western Bahr el-Ghazal) to Bentiu, the epicenter of oil development in Unity State. Who tell him or is he working with the government of South Sudan?
Who told him before the world wake up? Or where did he get his sources from just hours after the incident?
Then he continues to said “Although Bentiu itself is presently held and controlled by the forces of the (elected) Government of South Sudan, the city has changed hands twice times during the current conflict and remains subject to attack by rebel forces (Sudan People’s Liberation Army/in Opposition). These forces are led in the Bentiu area by Gadet. During the long civil war in Sudan, Gadet gained notoriety not only for his brutality and military skills, but his willingness to change sides—which he did on more than half a dozen occasions.” Really!
In the end however, we, the leadership of the Nuer community of North America will remain focusing to educate the entire world including the “good” Americans who has a sense of humanity. The leadership of the Nuer Community of North America understands that in Americans societies, there is say that money talks and money kills. As a result, Eric Reeves, Podesta groups, KRL International and now Smith College have just confirmed it.
May the blood and the suffering the Nuer people and the people of both South Sudan and Sudan be on them. Again, MLK once said, “But I want you to know tonight,. I’m not worried about anything. I’m not fearing any man.
Gatluke Chuol Reat
President of Nuer Community of North America