By Dr Justin Ambago Ramba
August 25, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— My fellow compatriots let’s be realistic with ourselves for our problems today in South Sudan have nothing to do with Riek Machar as such.
The truth of the matter is there is one single tribe which is causing havoc in the country while pursuing its delusional dreams of expansionism and tribal hegemony.
This tribally motivated campaign at demonising Riek Machar is a cheap conspiracy to eliminate him since he poses a threat to this evil syndicate known as the “Jieng [Dinka} Council of Elders” and its project of legalizing “Dinkacracy” as a political ideology for ruling South Sudan to the exclusion and disenfranchisement of the country’s other 63 or so tribes.
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Talking and trying to wish him death, isn’t going to kill Riek Machar. So why don’t we talk like sensible people for who is that person in South Sudan who is tipped to live forever? The answer is none.
There is a huge body of evidence to prove that many people who chose to run after Riek’s life have had theirs prematurely terminated instead. You don’t seem to see this as you can’t understand these basic signs.
Those often trying to justify their personal hatred towards Riek Machar, with a reference to the Bor incidences of 1991, as simply opening the Pandora box of very bad intercommunal relationship all across the board in South Sudan.
The problems of South Sudan’s disharmony did not begin in 1991, nor did it begin with the so-called killings in Bor.
This same ‘one tribe dominated’ SPLA under the command of Koul Manyang Juuk massacred thousands of civilians from the Didinga tribe in Chukudum, Eastern Equatoria, so if someone thinks that all that matters is the Bor 1991 Incidence, then they are trying to tell us that the innocent blood spilled in Chukudum are less worth of avenging than those spilled in Bor ?
The same tribalism that is pushing everyone to write and utter tribally motivated rubbish on the social media is the very thing that killed civilians in Bor, Chukudum, Akobo, Malakal, Bentiu, Wau, Raja, Juba, Maridi, Yei …etc.
Let me make this crystal clear to everyone reading this piece of writing for indeed ALL of us including Riek Machar will all die one day when our times come, but we will leave behind a tribal hatred that will continue to feed the ethnic violence already ravaging in our country of South Sudan!