Rights Activist, Simon Deng, Calls On South Sudanese-Americans To Attend The Rally In New York

Dear my beloved countrymen and Women of Southern Sudan,
By Simon Deng,
Simon Deng on the strike at the White House for Obama Administration to response to South Sudan conflict(Photo: file)

Simon Deng on the strike at the White House for Obama Administration to response to South Sudan conflict(Photo: file)

August 06, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— I am personally reaching out to all of you regardless of your political affiliations to come out to the rally that is taking place at the United Nations to show your support to the regional leaders whom are coming out forcefully to save our nation.

This rally is for peace, unity and reconciliation among our selves. We have all seen the brutal atrocities and destructions against human life in Southern Sudan that we have never witnessed when we were previously fighting a war of liberation.

Southern Sudan in a very short period of time, became the most filthy place on Earth concerning human lives being lost on the countries streets from Great Equatorial to Great Upper Nile and Western Bahr El Ghazal. This needs to come to an end.

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When I completed a  45 day hunger strike to convince the President of the United States to go to Addis Ababa and be a peace broker; I did it for the love of my people and my country. But others do not see that way.

The genocide still continues within the country that we have all created. My dear people of South Sudan, we have a moral obligation to rescue ourselves and to witness that country breaking down in pieces before our own eyes and that should not be the case. Lets welcome the East African  leaders who agreed to send the Regional force to South Sudan and join hands at the United Nations.

We will call the Security Council, the government of the United States and the World to save Southern Sudanese through the deployment of the third force with a strong mandate for the protection of civilians.

Location: East 47th street Dag Hammarskjold Park

Time: 9:30 – 2pm.

I look forward to seeing you all there at the Rally,

Signed by:

Simon Deng

Former Sudanese swimming Champion, Human Rights Activist

2011 UN watch Freedom Award

One comment

  • Simon Deng.
    The problems are always caused by leaders in South Sudan and our people added supporting them. The solution would be found within Southern Sudanese themselves and not Green colored will bring peaceful. Until we accepted ourselves to love each others than hated each others. Taking side to defending your tribal man is a big problems too.