By Makoi Majak,
April 20, 2018(Nyamilepedia) — The deadliest conflict in human history was triggered by an irresponsible German leader whose ambition to control the world power backfired on humanity, and later on him. Today the name Hitler is synonymous with the holocaust.
Like Adolf Hitler, Salva Kiir has recorded his treacherous acts in the history of South Sudan and I have taken some pain to explain it below. Herein, I have made a correct and fair comparison of the two leaders of Germany and South Sudan and their spanner-boys, respectively. I have tried to avoid dwelling so much on Hitler and Gen. Himmler due to the fact that their inhumane acts are in the public domain.
The spanner-boys: Heinrich Himmler vs. Akol Koor
Himmler, was chief of the notorious Reichsführer–SS and assistant of the Gestapo, two of the most murderous organizations in human history, his men were bound by an oath to torture and kill without a question. Of course, laws justifying torture and other criminal discriminations were made. Himmler word was taken on any subject and only came second to the Führer.
On Hitler’s behalf, Himmler formed the Einsatzgruppen and built extermination camps. As facilitator and overseer of the concentration camps, Himmler directed the killing of some six million Jews.
On the other hand Gen. Akol Koor, is the South Sudan’s National Security and Intelligence Service and the murderous Unknown Gunmen chief whose men, with Kiir’s blessings, can torture, kill in the broad daylight and would never anticipate a question.
Much is known about this man yet very little is said of him. He had successfully managed to gag the media from reporting anything about him. Secondhand information about him had it that Mr. Akol is a fairly, if not, very short person. He is a polite, introverted and curiously unimpressive folk – some of the character traits common with deadly beasts. He walks tilting to his left side – a walking disorder arising from disability in the leg attributed to his days in the military college. His task is to do the dirty and cruel works that Kiir himself would not do.
It is believed that Mr. Akol hatched up the infamous Unknown Gunmen as an armed agency within the department of NSS whose primary objective is elimination. The organization employed violence privately to create fear, uncertainty and terror in the city of Juba.
This so-called Unknown Gunmen have managed to get away with all sorts of murder: from political assassinations to ethnic targeting of intellectuals, vocal youth in the society. Youth and intellectuals perceived to be critical of Beny Kiir’s regime have met brutal deaths in the streets of Juba, thus robbing the country of its future leaders.
The Perpetrators: Hitler vs. Kiir
Führer Adolft Hitler was the leader of the Nazi Germany (1933-1945). Hitler’s propaganda had played on the population’s fear of no hope. Germany’s economy had hit the ground stumbling under the reign of Paul Von Hindenburg. But when Nazi party took over, they set the ground running – the economy was “booming” and there were no “work-shy” loitering the streets. Hitler was a man who would make Germans proud for restoring their lost pride and nationalism.
He had to do away with people, Jews who had at one time in history made fortunes out of the Arian Germans, wherein Hitler hailed. Despite his good motive for Germany Hitler destroyed the very same thing he called the “great” country. Hitler was not alone in his vision; he had his enablers – men who were devoted to destruction of the “inferior race.”
Beny Salva Kiir, the de facto Chief of Gokrial, ascend to the helm of power through his father’s superstition prowess. In fact, people say that Kiir’s father had thrown a spear in the sky and since then that spear never fell, signaling that Kiir will not fall from power. He came with one vision clear in his face which he would achieve in a flash of a second.
Unlike the Fuhrer, Kiir maimed our economy by encouraging corruption and practicing nepotism. Today it is his Gokrial’s kinsmen who decide how much public money should go to the state bank and how much the President’s men should take home.
He bewitched most South Sudanese to see things on a reverse. Their newly acquired religion of hate known as Kiiristianity has sought to portray Beny Kiir as a saint among the unholy. This unruly belief has been imposed with commercial tenderness upon his guilt-ridden puritanism.
Many atrocities committed by Kiir’s tyrant regime are undocumented, only those which happened in full glare of the International media such as the December 15th massacre of Nuer and the July 6th failed attempt to assassinate Dr. Riek Machar in J1 have found a permanent space in our memories. Salva, orchestrated most bestial of crimes in our history and that we will live to rue his existence in our human population.
The unsuspecting South Sudanese have been taken for a ride by the liberators.
Mr. Kiir and his spanner-boy, Akol are building their “Nazi” empire through our blood and resources. Our high tolerance for corruption, nepotism and abuse of the rule of law has reached its threshold and we must act now while it is not too late to do so. The people should not be afraid of the bad leaders, bad leaders are afraid of a united people.
After all, the rise and fall of Hitler have significantly proven that the people have the power. They can give it to you for sometimes but once they detect that you are misusing it they’ll withdraw it.
Remember nothing lasts forever. Kiir will fall; not if, but when!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Makoi Majak is a student pursuing an LL.B Law Degree at the School of Law, Jomo Kenyatta University. He can be reached through his email at email@example.com
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