South Sudan and the ‘Save Cattle’ campaign

Many South Sudanese are waking up to the truth that they were fooled by the US-Israeli propaganda lies.

The Afrian pagan dominated South Sudan separated from the Muslim Arab dominated North Sudan on July 9, 2011. However, since then the African warlords who were fighting Khartoum for their foreign doners – are now fighting among themselves.

According to Associated Press, more than 185 people have been killed in South Sudan in recent cattle raid and unrelated millitia attack. The incidents underline the challenges and insecurity faced by South Sudan’s rebel government.

Col. Philip Aguer said fighters loyal to rebel leader George Athor (Washington’s former ‘freedom fighter’) crossed the border from North Sudan ‘s Upper Nile state. Auger said the violence which started Friday left 60 people dead, including seven soldiers and 53 militia members, both classified as ‘rebels’ by Khartoum.

Separately, South Sudanese officials said 125 people were killed on Sunday in a cattle raid during which tribesmen stole 2,000 cattles in the country’s east.

Jonglei state governor Kuol Manyang Juuk said eight villages were destroyed when warriors from the Murle tribe in Pidor county attacked the Lou-Nuer tribe of Uror county on Thursday.

South Sudan’s Justice Minister John Luk Jok had claimed that he saw bodies strewn across the scene of the raid and some children’s linmb had been amutated (that’s what the rebels do when they’re trained by Israeli Zionazi thugs).

According to official reports, more than 100,000 cattles have become victims of inter-tribal fightings.

To bring stablity into world’s newest state – it’s rumored that the 15 Jewish groups which invented the SAVE DARFUR campaign are now planning a ‘Save Cattle’ campaign. The ‘Save Darfur’ helped the Jewish groups to steal $50 million from the campaign funds which they transfered to Israel to fund new illegal Jewish settlements in East Jerusalem and the West Bank.

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2 Responses to South Sudan and the ‘Save Cattle’ campaign

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