‘’We won’t allow another genocide in Southern Sudan’ those are the words diplomats have been telling the wanton media today.
But can the United Nations save Southern Sudan?
It is five months and the whole thing is now ethnic. We saw Lou Nuers slaughter Dinka’s and Dinka sympathetic tribes and nationalities outside a UN compound in Bentiu.
UN has become the typical toothless dog. It barks incredibly well. It is scary and wanton indeed. The bark sends the signal which geo-politicians call ‘the policy of intimidation’’ and it hardly works in Africa.
If in five months Southern Sudan has slipped to anarchy under the watch of the international community, then their current barking about putting measures to stop the fighting is arguably another waste of time.
Maybe South Sudan needs an AMISOM outfit with greater mandates and multi-roles to end the Riek Marchar barbarian revolution.
UN is already accused of complicity. They don’t properly manifest their weapons and suddenly after Juba raised the storm, rebels had smart weapons courtesy of whom?
Southern Sudan war is not just a war rather a well orchestrated event with a geopolitical sense to the West.
The way the West is giving it the cold water look means someone is directly orchestrating these events. Maybe it is the oil or the oil pipeline to Kenya.
If we kill Southern Sudan, we have inflicted a blow on LAPSET. We will make them drag their feet. They will stall in achieving their goals and bilateral trade agreements timelines..And the result will be typical, Africans were fighting for democracy!