Welcome to the (SSNRM)’s website
This website has been designed for political purposes to attain a stable government in the newly founded country. It is one of the most powerful and reliable websites in South Sudan.
South Sudan National Resistance Movement (SSNRM) was established on 27th of August, 2009 for the creation of sustainable government in South Sudan. This revolutionary movement was formerly called (SSLF). The (SSNRM), is one of the most-active political organisations in South Sudan. This political force works too closely with all revolutionary movements in order to topple the existing Lt. Gen. Mayardit’s regime in Juba and install a democratic, inclusive, and powerful government in South Sudan.
The so-called (SPLM /SPLA) is entirely Dinka-extremists who called the Non-Dinka people as (second-class-citizens) of the new nation. They advocate Great Man and Trait theories of leadership which argued that great leaders are born and not made. These (SPLM /SPLA-Dinka-extremists told the International Community (IC) that Dinkas are (first-class-citizens) and the rest are powerless or (second-class-citizens) of the new country. This group believes that they are born to lead the South Sudanese and not to be led. They address themselves as (new masters) of the new nation and call the rest as subordinates or inferior.
The marginalised tribes are not allowed to preside over the South Sudanese because they are not (first-class-citizens). Those who criticise the existing Dinkas’ regime in Juba are arrested, tortured, and killed by the (SPLM /SPLA-Dinka-extremists to secure their current and future presidency. The so-called (SPLM /PLA) and the Government of South Sudan (GOSS) are led by the Dinka-extremists who work day and night to marginalise and also to eliminate the Non-Dinka people through constant assassination and murdering. Col. Gatluak Gai who fought seriously for the freedom of the marginalised ethnic communities was assassinated by the SPLA-Dinka-military intelligent on 23rd of July 2011 along with his body guards to protect the Dinkas’ interests.
Due these reasons, the marginalised ethnic communities have taken to the bush to liberate the new country from the (SPLM /SPLA-Dinka-extremists or people who officially declared themselves as (first-class-citizens) of the South Sudan on 9th of July 2011.