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Ugandan Dictator Arrives in Juba Ready to Suck the Blood of South Sudanese

By James Moises*

Kampala, December 20, 2013 (SSNA) -- The Ugandan president Yoweri Museveni has ordered his special forces to help his student Salva Kiir Mayardiit of South Sudan deals with the political and social crisis which is now taking place in Juba. This is exactly what I said back in July.

About five months ago, I have warned the world to take note of Museveni’s evil feats long planned against South Sudanese who do not like the way Salva kiir runs the new country.

What my dictator forgot is the fact that his thirst for South Sudanese blood will not go unpunished!

My hat off to the late Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi who told Salva kiir to mind his own business after he (Kiir) first approached Addis Ababa to help him carryout his inhumane and undemocratic plan.

In July of this year, I promised the world that I will expose the actions of Ugandan ruthless killer, Museveni, with secret documents that will blow the minds of any human being on this planet earth.

On the 18th of December, 2013, I have decided that enough is enough and that all documents that I promised the world to see are now in the hands of very few agencies that will soon lid the bloody smoke long stored in one of the Uganda’s secret organisations.

Please, revisit my previous report here:

My fight against Museveni’s evil deeds is ON, be READY, and prepare for the UNTHINKABLE!!

James Moises is a former national security agent in the government of Uganda and has extensive knowledge of the covert security deals signed between Kampala and Juba. He can be reached at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

There was no Coup attempt against President Kiir

By Pel K Chol

December 19, 2013 (SSNA) -- The last three days have been extremely painful for the majority of peace loving South Sudanese and frustrating for some. The ongoing slaughter of Salva Kiir's political opponents by his servants and puppets has not only shattered the lives of families whose love ones have been murdered, but also the event has tarnished the image of this nation. The lies and deceptions in regard to the events of 15/12/'13 would also make one wonder what the vision of this president is all about for this country.

Over the last two days over 1000 people, mostly Nuer, have lost their lives and the situation still remains intense, spilling over to other states. No one could really predict how many more lives will have to be lost before Kiir realizes his actions and plans were boldly stupid.

The people of South Sudan knew very well that there was no coup attempt what so ever. Therefore, it is important to let the world know about the brutality of this man. His media briefing, the day after the attack against his political foes, was not to persuade the people of South Sudan, as they know his evil tactics very well. Rather he was trying to blindfold the world to his actions in killing those who differ from his policies by trying to make it look as if he were the victim.

Undoubtedly one might ask how this could be a coup when Kiir himself had ordered his puppet, General Gathoth Mai to cut his holiday short from Australia and return to Juba as soon as possible. If he did not, Kiir would act without him by arresting the ex- vice president, Dr Riek Machar and other loyalists.

The motive behind the arrest was that Kiir did not want to lose party leadership in the   SPLA convention due to be held before the 2015 presidential election. Upon Kiir's request, General Gathoth returned to Juba and within the day of his arrival, President Kiir ordered the army to arrest his political rivals. As that is unconstitutional some army officers within the army barracks resisted Kiir's request. By refusing to act, Kiir loyalists began shooting rampantly at forces loyal to Dr Riek.

Kiir has had a plan for a good number of years to resort to the army, which he does not control, when he discovered he was losing party support for nomination. The concern of party members was due to rampant corruption within his government, nepotism, massive unemployment and all other issues including lack of a clear vision for the country. Such prominent members include Rebecca Nyandeng, the widow of late founding father of SPLA, John Garang, Dr Riek Machar, Deng Alor, Lol Gatkuoth, Chol Tong and Taban Deng to say the least.

As Kiir felt that he may lose nomination for presidency of South Sudan, he structured the army by removing those he thought would stick to the rule of law with those he can manipulate. This resulted in the removal of many commanders from their positions such as Bol Kong, Gatwech Dual, Tang Ginye and many others.

Now that he had cleared his way by replacing them with his puppets, he declared war on his political rivals using the army to kill his own citizens, while at the same time making false claims of a coup plot against him.

As Kiir declared war on democracy, for which many people have sacrificed their live during our struggle against the north, I do not think it will take too long before we see his demise either through political transition or through the language that he understand.

The writer is a concern citizen of South Sudan living in Australia

Lt. General Salva Kiir Mayardit: The Presidency's Over!

"A house divided against itself cannot stand” - Former US President, Abraham Lincoln.

By Luk Kuth Dak

December 18, 2013 (SSNA) -- Cde Salva Kiir Mayardit, the President of the Republic of South Sudan (RSS), Chairman of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM), and Commander-in-Chief of the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA), had a tone of potential and an opportunity of a lifetime to be a permanent member of elite league of the world's great leaders. His name could've been easily mentioned in one sentence with iconic such Nelson Mandela.

Like Nelson Mandela, Kiir spent most of his adulthood fighting to free his people from slavery, oppression,racism and bigotry by the successive Khartoum regimes. Most importantly, he let his country to its independence, and subsequently, was elected as first President of the RSS.

However, those potentials and those opportunities of becoming a great leader are now slipping away, because the President has chosen to follow not the footsteps of the great leaders, such as Mandel. Instead, he's now clutching arms with the must brutal dictators. Now, if you don't see him hanging around with Sudan's Omer al-Basher, he's over the phone chatting with Isaias Afewerki, Idriss Deby and Robert Mugabe respectively.

It's so true that ever since Kiir illegally ousted the SPLM's historical leaders, such as Cde Pagan Amum, Cde John Luk Jok, Cde Deng Alor among others, Kiir's actions have been nothing short of treason to the principle on which the party was founded. On any given day, the President is constantly violating his oath off of office. " If you don't like my policies, he was quoted as saying, go ahead and form your own party."

Also, in a bizarre turn of events, the relations between the RSS and the Western nations are things of the past. The President was absent from the UN General Assembly session, but had all the time to visit with his new pal, the ICC most wanted man, Omer al-Basher.

And so, if you are a concerned citizen of the RSS, you should be very, very worried about the direction of the country we all cherish. In a short couple of years, you'll head to the polls to elect the leader of our nation for the next five years. Unfortunately, that election will be between Cde Salva Kiir Mayardit and Cde Salva Kiir Mayardit.

Here's why:

The President is aware that if the election were to be about his performance and potential, he would be defeated by just about anyone, because he poorly performed during his first term. That explain why he's taken control of the three government branches, not to mention the military for which he's the Commander-in-Chief. Bluntly put, the election won't be a fare game, and no one in his/her right mind would want to take a risk of running against a dictator with so much powers in his hand. The fade will be fatal.

And if the recent events unfolding in Juba are indicative of anything, they indicate clearly that General Kiir's now more determined to use deadly force against those who simply disagree with his regime.

Our only choice: Impeach the President.

The author's a former broadcasting journalist & a regular writer for Sudan Tribune, South Sudan News Agency, the Upper Nile times and Gurtong. Hit me on e-mail at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , to let me what you plan to do to save our country.

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