President Salva Kiir’s illegitimate Government is far worse than ISIS

By J. Nguen Nyol

July 10, 2015 (SSNA) — ISIS is a Middle Eastern terrorist organization. It’s the most vicious and murderous organization the world has never had, which is well and alive. It is next to Nazi of Germany under Adolf Hitler. Nazi for that matter gassed 7 million Jews based on biasedly convolute concept of white race ONLY. After 7 million Jews were murdered word “genocide” was coined and became the bust word of the day.

ISIS on the other hand has burned a Jordanian pilot alive after capture early this year. This terrorist organization beheaded scores of Westerners including the Americans, British and Japans citizens working with non-government and of them journalists. ISIS has also mass murdered and raped innocent Iraqis and Syrians civilians unabated before things reached critical mass against the organization.

These fare-fetched atrocities are deplorable and must be condemned in strongest term possible. The world was pleased when the so- called super nations taken on ISIS militarily. That act was one of humanly acts by super power nations against terrorist institutions like ISIS.

Why is President Salva Kiir’ illegitimate government far worse than ISISI

It’s true that Salva Kiir’s government mass murdered 20, 000 Nuer innocent civilians in 2013 to score political points or teach them a lesson, if you will. Kiir’s government and ally militias’ forces have raped women, destroyed civilians’ properties and committed scores of human rights abuses against South Sudanese civilians with impunity and similar to ISIS’ crimes. In an essence, one may ask, if similar crimes were committed by ISIS and Kiir’s government is in the same putting, what is the different?

True, Kiir’s government and ISIS committed similar horrible crimes but Kiir’s government has committed far worse crimes than ISIS. Thus makes Kiir’s government far worse than ISIS.

First, Kiir’s government has committed inhumane crimes that ISIS has not committed. In April through June this year, 2015, President Kiir’s government forces combined with Bul militias, Justice Equality Movement and the SPLM –North went nut and raped young girls and women and burnt them alive after rape. Kiir’s government forces have abducted young girls and make them wives, castrated young boys and left them for dead and killed blind old men and women by beheading.

President Kiir’s government and allies committed these horrible and inhumane crimes against innocent civilians. I bet, you would agree that ISIS has not committed such heinous crimes against innocent civilians and Kiir’s government is far worse than ISIS.

As I write, Kiir’s government isn’t yet labeled as dangerous terrorist organization of our time by any leader from the so-called super power nations. Yet from all humanity standpoints, there is no doubt that President Salva Kiir’s government can be deemed terrorist and far worse than ISIS. Precisely, ISIS is the world’s most dangerous organization of the 21st century while Salva Kiir and his illegitimate government according to some quarters is considered as an elected President and legitimate government before Kiir’s term expires today, July 9th, 2015.

This convoluted narrative left me wonders about our morality, state of beings and right of men to life. It seemed justice is a selective term to some. As I write, the world still remained mute on the described atrocities in deciding the fate of a brutal killer (Kiir); a man who committed far worse crimes than ISIS.

I wondered if this muteness makes the world’s powerful nations’ far better off as fare humanity is concerned. The West always sleeps walk promoting democratic ideals, where justice, human rights and protection of the right of men are tenets of democratic principles.

To enforce and protect these principles, ISIS was attacked to ensure a better world and safeguard the Iraqis and Syrians civilians’ rights to life. On South Sudan case, it’s always empty threats and I wonder if this has to do with race relations. The docile believes that Africans’ lives do not matter.  

In closing, As far as humanity is concerned, we are all equal before the Creator. With observed unwillingness to act on South Sudan’s case, I wonder what would President Obama of United States, Prime Minister of British David Cameron, President of France François Hollande, China Premier Li Keqiang, President of Russia Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister of Japan Shinzō Abe and Prime Minister of Norway Erna Solberg do if their people were violated and went through the same ordeals that my sister, mother, aunt and daughter went through?

I bet they would take down an elephant in any moment notice and this shameless deafening silence would have never happened. President Kiir is a genocidal president and a dangerous murderer far worse than ISIS.

As a victim, I appealed to the world to take down this elephant in the name of humanity.  I asked the world to force President Kiir to step aside in the name of raped young girls and women and who were burnt alive after rape. Kiir must be asks to go in the name of castrated young and who were left for dead.

I bet the world would be better off without President Kiir Mayardit and as the world would be safer without ISIS, the world’s terrorist organization of our time.

J. Nguen is a South Sudanese living in Canada. He can be reached at [email protected]

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