Accrediting generation which fought for independent of South Sudan, And Zero Accreditation For Current Generation Which is Killing South Sudan
By Ajang Malueth Ajang,
Juba, south sudan .
Oct 04, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– The geographical distribution model of civil war highlights for movements of conflicts in south Sudan.
Along these lines, contemporarily warfare is considered as qualitatively and quantifiably different from previous forms of conflict in south sudan and, since south sudanese have victimised themselves and engagingly in non-international wars.Not everyone that see non-international war inaccurate despite the suffering.
Trillions of thanksgiving for our heroes and heroines who offered their respective time to bring us freedoms of today. Their bloodshed wasn’t in vans. I also flush my lovely two blood brothers who lost their lives during struggle then. My mother and father have really contributed and all fathers and mothers who lost their love one shouldn’t be left behind. Without them there won’t be south sudan today.
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Generation before us has shown usability of the youth. Their images contribute to independent of south sudan.
Who are useful generation?
Useful generation are those who’ve fought for independence of south sudan and those civilians who had conscripted their lovely children.
All the chiefs were also part and parcel to the successes of getting south sudan. They were the strongholds, offered their properties for the success of liberation are the successful generation.
Most of these people ended up holding guns and they remain uneducated. There weren’t schools around them. Still they made it to us. These people deserved all kind of honorary gifts.
Those who lost their lives then did it for our freedoms.
Who are failed generation?
The failed generation is ours. We reject education and developmental projects . And engage in non international wars.
As per now, over 1000 youth are killed Dailly simply because they have now rejected all forms towards development and following the tribal line.
Making a clear and definite typology of wars has proven to be a problem of taxonomy. Typologies are too simplistic and tend toward confusion between the nature and the conduct of wars.
Clausewitz defined war as “an act of violence intended to compel our opponent to fulfil our will”.
Up to date, many south sudanese are still don’t know the type of war existing in south sudan, to be clear, this war is called tribal wars simply it click the NUER and DINKA and other wars in wau between DINKA and PARTIT. And also in equatoria there are wars.
Why youth are subjecting themselves into non developmental projects? It because of inequalities in distributional and hatreds among many south sudanese. Youth are actually acting as if they have dual citizenship.
My argument is that the intrinsic nature, the fundamental attributes of war, remain unaltered in tribal war. The dynamic and the correlation increase in war-prone circumstances via the construction of identities and structures.
From the intrinsic nature of civil war as a perennial variable to embraced war among ourselves by all means
Before distinguishing the perennial characteristics of war, i should ask what war is. A plethora of definitions have been made, ranging from the political rational account, to alternative definitions considering war as an all-pervasive phenomenon. The latter rest on the Heraclitean and Hegelian philosophy, according to which change can only arise out of war since war is the father of all things. Despite the fact that definitions rarely convey the complexity of a subject in either theory or practice succinctly, war is actual organized violence: it is a resort to arms between integrated groups with incompatible demands.
The very conflicting society and resort to arms is therefore the nature of war.
But what is nature? Nature is an intrinsic characteristic, a thing’s essential qualities and, therefore, never changes. Now, in bot conflict and fighting are the two main interrelated perennial variables.
South Sudanese youth are groups based on ethnical identities which are strongholds of every movements now and then in the entire country. The employment is done based on whom you know not how s/he should do it. That’s why we will never proceed ahead.
this generation are involved in non international wars which occur in situations in which state revenues decline because of the economy decline as well as the spread of criminality, corruption and inefficiency, violence is increasingly privatized both as a result of growing organized crime and the emergence of paramilitary groups, and political legitimacy is disappearing.
The result is a profound blurring of the roles of soldier and criminal. Territorially based state sovereignty is therefore under insecurity dilemmas if the wars thesis holds.
A disintegrating monopoly of legitimate organized violence is eroded from “above” by the transnationalization of military force and the institutionalization of the “bloc” system, and “below” by the privatization of security in a whole manner of arenas.
Youth are driven by inclusive forms of identity politics such as SPLM-IO majority youth from NUER stimulating it, SPLMDC majority youth from SHULUK impetus it, and SPLM majority youth are not patriotic. South Sudanese parties or parties for all south sudanese.
The conduct of warfare has changed. Youth are used to fulfil the political desires of political elites instead to focus on territorially-based battles. we youth have also swapped to politically-based of dynamic identification where tribesmen manoeuvres that sew “hate and fear”. And product hatred among youth as a mean of development. There will never be development in south sudan until youth came in sense of knowing that this fabulous country south sudan belongs to all of us.
There is a wardrobe economy that is decentralized and predatory in the country as current concept of youths.
Should we failed and followed our tribesmen than this fabulous country will never get development. South Sudan is bigger than any tribe.
As per now, there are no good schools and health sectors, and road networks . Is that what we called a country? This is not a country which all of us fought for, we youth must think twice before killing ourselves.
This is personal opinion about south sudanese youth who’ve involved and used by tribal political elites.