Message to Cyber-socialists and oppositions
BY: Gabrial Pager Ajang,
President Obama imposes targeted sanctions against
Russian Mega Business and it works and works very well, President of Russia, Putin
change his behaviors in less than three weeks.
I hope the generals of the SPLA armed forces and oppositions changed
their behaviors and immensely take the lives of our people seriously to observe
protocol and cessation hostilities issued by President Kiir Mayar and
Opposition leader Riek Machar. I would
also hope that all the ambassadors take this message seriously, especially
ambassadors in the United States.
Thousands of South Sudanese intellectuals, professors and medical
doctors, political analysts, lawmakers, commentators, journalists and general
public of the United States will not turn blind eyes to South Sudan problems.
It is time for all South Sudanese to unite and go
after individuals who are benefiting from the blood of our people. War had
become business, and this business will not spare legacy of President Kiir, if it
continues the way majority of Kiir's supporter want to. If you like president
Kiir, than you must work to bring peace, likewise, if you like Riek, you must
also work to bring peace because ---if there is no peace, the world community
and South Sudan will go against these two principal leaders, and you will not
be happy. I do not want you to say that "I wish I had endorsed
peace." There is no good way of end war, and it does not matter how it
stops. What matter is that the war had to stop.
Besides, there are people in the West who have made
diplomatic grounds as a launching pad for war, divisions and hatreds. Gordon
Buay, for instance had written messages that provide sufficient ground for
legal steps or even asking president to remove him from ambassadorship. His messages
can be brought to the U.S. Department of State attentions, if he continues. It
is important for all South Sudanese to understand that anything you write while
your brother or sister is working for government.... can be used against your brother.....if
it is clear and there are sufficient evident which indicated that you are using
national resources to undermine peace. For instance, the case of the so called
"London Welfare Queen" Awut Akol Wol who makes and sends out
execrated videos at her brother house. Her words can be examined to check if her statements
constituted libel or acts of escalating war in South Sudan.
It should be made clear that it is against the rules
of diplomacy and international norms to write messages of escalating war,
hatreds and divisions in the house of South Sudan ambassador. Because this
diplomatic grounds and messages of war be must never be sent out in Washington
DC. Gordon Buay has sent out messages of war several times. Peace has been
signed by president Kiir-- enough is enough. Another saga or shallow political
division orchestrated by him or others would mount to a legal case. It is time;
we all take roles of ambassadors like we did in pre-referendum periods. The
generation that brought peace to South Sudan, the 7th fronts in
diaspora must roll up their sleeves to bring peace, stability and unite this
country. There are no other people that will lead in this initiative. We need
peace, if we want a country; we need peace if we like your leaders.
South Sudan Warring parties are currently exchanging blames;
they will suffer consequences---of allowing their own people to suffer in the
process of securing leadership greedy and resources.
However, we in the West must understand that the
International norms and obligations do not protect individuals who send out
obscene, defamatory, execrated messages such as mentioning private parts,
messages that advance wars and hatreds.
International norms and agreements do not protect
people who send messages that can put communities in immediate danger. Freedom
of Speech and expression had a limit. And if we deemed that there is sufficient
and compelling evident of coming after such people,.... we may bring lawsuit
against individuals who engage in such acts. This is not South Sudan, where
leaders send out libel messages and still work for government
Gabrial Pager Ajang, political Science Instructor at
Wright Career College, he can be reached email@example.com