Joining SALVA KIIR Regime Under Taban Deng’s Cloud Shadow Is Submission To Butchers, and Lesson From Kid’s Story
By South Sudan Kyilaya,
Jan 7, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —— When Brigadier General Lul Ruai Koang joined Salva Kiir’s regime who killed his people, he got all that he wanted, but not peace for himself, not peace in South Sudan, not justice for victims of Dec 15, 2013. Now his blood is cheap to get drained in hands of Salva Kiir’s butchers. Most of his bodyguards get killed on Jul 11, 2015 in cold blood because they were Nuers. He could not and cannot run away, and have nowhere to hide even in his homeland because his home-town is no longer safe for him. After all of his body guards get killed, he did the only thing that he could do that time. Do you know what was it? With smile in his face, he announced that his body guards were killed in cross fire.
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All that I can say here is that; thinking of having good life under umbrella of Salva Kiir’s regime is not safe. If you don’t consider the brutalities of Salva Kiir’s regime and you think of having good life under his umbrella, your brutal end is waiting for you calmly.
When Taban Deng joined Salva Kiir’s regime who killed his people:
* He got all that he wanted from Salva Kiir’s regime, but not peace for himself, not peace in South Sudan, not justice for victims of Dec 15, 2013.
* He supports all violations of Salva Kiir’s regime against Neurs and the rest of non-Dinka South Sudanese.
* Some Nuers appreciate and support him for making most of his cabinets from Nuers. (It could be interpreted as if they were fighting for positions and now the problems are over).
* He is living on top of a long narrow tube while Riek was and is living on wide ground.
* He becomes a Nuer tool; killing Nuers by Nuers for interest of Salva kiir’s regime, and promotes killings of non-Dinka South Sudanese.
* He becomes a bad onion that contaminating the rest of good onions that are in contact with him. He should be isolated. Bible advises us to isolate him: Matthew 18:15-18
* He and all of his supporters in Juba are in one boat with Salva Kiir. They all may sink in traditional court as they are opposing hybrid court.
* All supporters of Taban Deng, if they are within Salva Kiir’s regime reach, they are no longer safe. They are the easiest and the cheapest targets for Salva Kiir’s regime.
* If Salva Kiir’s Dinka militias suffer casualties from Nuer fighters, Taban Deng’s supporters in Juba will pay the price. It is just a matter of time. I doubt, if any of them will have a chance to run away like James Hoth Mai.
* He becomes a follower and a tool for gathering people to slaughtering camps of Salva Kiir’s regime.
Taban Deng is not a leader. He have no political stands and views for future of south Sudan. He is just a follower and a tool of Salva Kiir. He looks red
Let us go back to our childhood times and get refresh with one of our childhood story of The Three Cows:
Once upon a time, three cows lived in a green and fresh pasture near a forest: a white cow, a black cow and a reddish-brown cow. The cows were kind to each other. They used to graze in the pasture together and sleep near each other. They were having habit of defending one another from their enemies.
One day, a reddish-brown lion happened to walk out of the forest onto the meadow. It was hungry and looking for a prey. On catching sight of the cows it became glad, but couldn’t attack them, because they were together. So, the lion sat behind a big rock and patiently waited till the cows would separate from each other.
However, the cows were too clever to separate from each other. They knew that if they were together, no predator could attack them. The lion lay in ambush nearby for two or three days. But the cows continued to remain together, and wouldn’t separate from each other. The lion became impatient. It thought of a plan. It went towards the cows, greeted them and said, “How are you my friends? Are you fine? I have been busy lately, so could not come and visit you. Today I made up my mind to pay you a visit.”
The reddish-brown cow said, “Sir, your coming has really pleased us and brightened our pasture.”
Both the white and the black cows were troubled by what their friend, the reddish-brown cow said, and were grieved at its thoughtlessness. They said to each other, “Why does the reddish-brown cow believe what the lion says?
Doesn’t it know that lions seek other animals only to prey on them?”
As the days passed by, the reddish-brown cow became more and more attached to the lion. The black cow and the white cow advised it against a friendship with the lion, but their efforts were in vain.
One day, the lion said to the reddish-brown cow, “You know that the color of our bodies is dark and that the color of the body of the white cow is light. You also know that light color is the opposite of the dark color. It will be very good if I eat the white cow, so that there will be no difference among us any longer and we will be able to live together well.”
The reddish-brown cow accepted the lion’s argument and started talking to the black cow to keep it busy, so that the lion could eat the white cow. The white cow was left alone and was killed, while the black and the reddish-brown cows were busy in idle talk.
Two or three days passed since the lion devoured the white cow. It became hungry again. It called the reddish-brown cow. The cow answered: “Yes sir!”
The lion said, “The color of my body and the color of your body are both reddish-brown, and black does not go with our color. It will be very good if I eat the black cow, so that in this forest we all will be of the same color.” The reddish-brown cow accepted this argument and moved away from the black cow.
The lion attacked and devoured the black cow soon. And as for the reddish-brown cow, it was so filled with joy that it didn’t know what to do. It roamed and grazed and said to itself, “It is only me who has the color of the lion.”
A few days passed later, the lion was hungry again. It roared and said, “O the reddish-brown cow! Where are you?” The reddish-brown cow, shaking with fear, went forward and said, “Yes sir!”
The lion said: “Today it is your turn. Get yourself ready, I am going to eat you.”
The reddish-brown cow, with great fear and horror, said, “Why sir, I am your friend. I did whatever you asked me to do. Still why do you want to eat me?”
The lion roared and said, “I have no friends. How is it possible that a lion makes friendship with a cow?”
No matter how much the reddish-brown cow begged and entreated, the lion didn’t accept its words. Finally the cow said, “Mr. Lion, please allow me to cry out three times before you eat me.”
The lion said, “Ok. Quickly, quickly!
The reddish-brown cow cried out, “I was eaten the very day the white cow was eaten. I was eaten the very day the black cow was eaten. I was eaten the very day I made friends with the lion.”
The lion devoured the reddish-brown cow very quickly. Then it said to itself: “I have finished my job in this forest. Now I had better go to other forests.”
The lesson from this story is that: Any group without unity or with a betrayer will easily be destroyed, and the betrayer will never go free.
For our rights we stand, victory is certain, and to the end we go
The author is a concerned South Sudanese Citizen. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org