August 4, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– Former Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology, Professor Peter Adwok Nyaba, calls for a national democratic revolution to change the status quo and to prevent South Sudan from failure and collapse.
Contrary to calls for UN trusteeship, Dr. Adwok believes that the best mean to resist and reverse Salva Kiir’s kleptocratic totalitarianism in the country is through nationwide revolution. He reiterates that the conditions for this revolution have been provided by Salva Kiir’s inspired coup against Agreement on Resolution of Conflict in South Sudan(ARCISS).
In a brief article, meant for social media consumption, Dr. Adwork highlights why revolution rather that UN trusteeship would be more effective and sufficient for the case of South Sudan.
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Revolution Not UN Trusteeship will resolve South Sudan crisis!!!
South Sudan was born a fragile state trending to failure and collapse. Its people not having known peace and stability since the Turco-Egyptian invasion and occupation of northern Sudan in 1821. All that we have known since then was violence, resistance, pacification,
All that we have known since then was violence, resistance, pacification, rebellion and divisions which engendered the culture of brutality and dehumanization and now at the apex of all this is ethnic nationalism buttressing a kleptocratic totalitarianism. This did not allow the emergence of patriotic leadership.
Let us not confuse regional third party intervention force, whose mandate is protection of civil population, with UN stewardship call it trusteeship. What South Sudan needs is a revolution that will bring to the fore patriotic and progressive leaders who will steer the country away from anarchy, conditions socio-economic and cultural underdevelopment and ignorance that submerge their consciousness.
The conditions for this revolution have been provided by Salva Kiir’s inspired coup against ARCISS which Gen. Taban Deng clumsily executed in the SPLM/A (IO).
It means transforming civil war into the national democratic revolution to address the pressing issues socio-economic development particularly in agriculture which is the mainstay of our economy; the construction of a democratic developmental state; addressing the nationality question in order to ensure justice, freedom and solidarity among our people.
The revolution rather that UN trusteeship will cleanse South Sudan society of the filth generated by the SPLM political military elite and their NCP moles who catapulted to the helm consequent to the distortions that occurred during the war of national liberation (1983-2005) and rehumanize our people, reunite the to forge a commonality, which trumps parochialism, localism, ethnic, religious or regional bigotry.
That, to me, is the only way out of the quagmire the country is in, and to prevent it from sliding into historic oblivion.