“If civilization is to survive, we must cultivate the science of human relationship, the ability of all peoples, of all kinds, to live together, in the same world at peace.” former US president Franklin D. Roosevelt.
By Daniel Abushery Daniel
August 10,2014 (Nyamilepedia) — I am unwilling to see this country that we inherited from our forefathers fails in its obligation to itself and our fallen martyrs, heroes, heroines, and to the other free and liberated peoples of southern Sudan. Though, we should leave no initiative untried in our pursuit of peace , and no stone should be left unturned to resolve the conflict that inflicted in our new nation and spreads like a wild fire. I don’t agree with the notion that our nation must resign itself to inevitable decline, yielding its proud position to other hands.
Not in our watch!
We must be a clear voice in our resolve and quest for peaceful act wherever it may occur. Negotiation with regime must never become an appeasement. Despite the brutality of Salvatore Kiir Kueth-piny and his thugs to help our entire civilians living in UNMISS camps all over ten States of South, those who are wondering in the bushes, and in neighboring countries. We must vividly be free from elites regime in Juba and their alliances, led by Ugandan troops, and four groups of fanatic Sudan rebels who don’t value the life of human beings.
And there will be no more abandonment of our people’s, and friends; whatsoever the cause, especially the peace loving people’s; we must carry on the task of world partnership that this country never sought, but has been thrust upon, the bold effort not simply to protect freedom of our vulnerable people’s, but to advance it to the needy population wherever they are, keeping our promise of liberation of every corner in South Sudan.
Let’s remember that; there’s no silver bullet when it comes to problems solving!
Nevertheless, we will foster the infrastructure of democracy, the system of free press, unions, political parties, and civil society, and rule of law’s, which will allow people to choose their own destiny. We must forged the beginning of a fundamentally new direction in South Sudan foreign policy, let the two warring parties deliberate on how the idea of freedom could be reigned and spread love, unity and tranquility among our people’s of South Sudan, and how to dissident group behind the Iron curtain, and the new initiative could be launched unconditionally.
Therefore, in our quest for peaceful coexistence between different community in our beloved country, it would be better to save lives than to avenge them. The questions that posed themselves here are: are we not capable of demonstrating our peaceful intentions by applying all our abilities? Why we don’t embark on political programs to counter Kiir regime.
The curtail points that may help in resolving the current crisis in South Sudan:
A interim government must be set up to prepare the country for permanent government that composed of technocrats and some few neutral nationalists, and I am personally concerned about the overseeing the writing of a well- articulated constitution, follow by free and transparent elections, including all parties in the country.
The ethnic cleansing of innocent civilians vanished on mid December, 2013 by the current government and its militia must be fully investigate, and the suspects must be thoroughly overhaul and handover to International Criminal Court “ICC” for the atrocities, and heinous crimes they committed against humanity.
Albert Einstein says it best; ” We always hope for the easy fix to the problems, the one simple change that will erase it in a stroke. But few things in life work this way. Instead, success requires making a hundred small steps go right; one after the other, no slipups, no goofs, every pitching in.” Therefore, We cannot solve problems with the same level of thinking that created them.
Please, don’t put the cart before the horse.
This is my prospective!
The author of this piece is criminologist from Western International University (USA), and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com.