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Re: Sebhat Gebregziabher passed away

Post by Minelik » 20 Feb 2012, 23:50

ነፍስ ይማር! :cry:

Re: Sebhat Gebregziabher passed away

Post by Aragaw » 20 Feb 2012, 23:48

RIP

Re: Sebhat Gebregziabher passed away

Post by BEQA-Meles-BEQA!!! » 20 Feb 2012, 23:38

YEBANDAMERZE wrote:
BEQA-Meles-BEQA!!! wrote:Ethiopia had plenty of great writers, but non like BeAlu Girma. Unfortunately, BeAlu Girma was murdered by the Derg regime that man was more than the entire Derg members squashed together. Killing great writers is not only a crime against one soul, but also a crime against culture and era. Mengistu Chombe killed Ethiopian culture, and the death of this man is no less in terms of loss, but he is survived by Diablos Gebremedihin, Meles MONSTER Zenawi, Azeb CHIRAQ Mesfin, and their daughter Semhal TTOZE Melese Zenawi, and her uncle Sebhat SHIMAGLEA Nega. In a way we have not lost him, for he lived long enough to write many books, besides whatever we are missing due to his departure will be filled by people hailing from Adwa, where Sebhat Gebregziabher comes from.

Beqa-meles aka Revolution the Worthless shabia pig,
where did you learn how to read Amharic?


You are a simple idiot boy who is too busy defending Meles Zenawi's wealth. How about carying for the Tigryan people for once? Aren't they your people? How about abandoning Meles Zenawi's wealth and praise what the TPDM is doing, as for EPPF, OLF and ONLF leave it for us to appreciate them, they do not need your fake symapthy from a TPLF hired defender.

p.s. I am not revolutions, but I admire Revolutions for s/he has plenty of integrity.

Re: Sebhat Gebregziabher passed away

Post by YEBANDAMERZE » 20 Feb 2012, 23:04

BEQA-Meles-BEQA!!! wrote:Ethiopia had plenty of great writers, but non like BeAlu Girma. Unfortunately, BeAlu Girma was murdered by the Derg regime that man was more than the entire Derg members squashed together. Killing great writers is not only a crime against one soul, but also a crime against culture and era. Mengistu Chombe killed Ethiopian culture, and the death of this man is no less in terms of loss, but he is survived by Diablos Gebremedihin, Meles MONSTER Zenawi, Azeb CHIRAQ Mesfin, and their daughter Semhal TTOZE Melese Zenawi, and her uncle Sebhat SHIMAGLEA Nega. In a way we have not lost him, for he lived long enough to write many books, besides whatever we are missing due to his departure will be filled by people hailing from Adwa, where Sebhat Gebregziabher comes from.

Beqa-meles aka Revolution the Worthless shabia pig,
where did you learn how to read Amharic?

Re: Sebhat Gebregziabher passed away

Post by BEQA-Meles-BEQA!!! » 20 Feb 2012, 22:52

Ethiopia had plenty of great writers, but non like BeAlu Girma. Unfortunately, BeAlu Girma was murdered by the Derg regime that man was more than the entire Derg members squashed together. Killing great writers is not only a crime against one soul, but also a crime against culture and era. Mengistu Chombe killed Ethiopian culture, and the death of this man is no less in terms of loss, but he is survived by Diablos Gebremedihin, Meles MONSTER Zenawi, Azeb CHIRAQ Mesfin, and their daughter Semhal TTOZE Melese Zenawi, and her uncle Sebhat SHIMAGLEA Nega. In a way we have not lost him, for he lived long enough to write many books, besides whatever we are missing due to his departure will be filled by people hailing from Adwa, where Sebhat Gebregziabher comes from.

Re: Sebhat Gebregziabher passed away

Post by Alem » 20 Feb 2012, 21:55

Alem wrote:
revolutions wrote:R.I.P.

Here is a piece on Sebhat in Amharic at this site. I don't think he is 84. He was born in 1928 Ethiopian Calendar. That makes him 76.
http://ethiopianchurch.org/

Re: Sebhat Gebregziabher passed away

Post by Obamajr. » 20 Feb 2012, 21:15

YEBANDAMERZE wrote:
Obamajr. wrote:R I P Ato Sebhat

He was ahead of his time in so many ways... he challenged his readers to question the status quo ... he disdained the pretentious, couldn't stand the educated who never learned humility ... he was a modest man who doesn't seek to impose his thoughts on others ("kegebah yigbah" was one his favourite sayings) ...he lived his life by example & he would surely be missed by people who knew him.
By the way, thank you the moderator who deleted the post by one of the worthless shabia pigs who called this great Ethiopian an [deleted].

:roll: The pig you are taking about was Gurezza, the shabian foot soldier. :) I think the credit goes to Elias.

Re: Sebhat Gebregziabher passed away

Post by YEBANDAMERZE » 20 Feb 2012, 21:09

Obamajr. wrote:R I P Ato Sebhat

He was ahead of his time in so many ways... he challenged his readers to question the status quo ... he disdained the pretentious, couldn't stand the educated who never learned humility ... he was a modest man who doesn't seek to impose his thoughts on others ("kegebah yigbah" was one his favourite sayings) ...he lived his life by example & he would surely be missed by people who knew him.
By the way, thank you the moderator who deleted the post by one of the worthless shabia pigs who called this great Ethiopian an [deleted].

Re: Sebhat Gebregziabher passed away

Post by Obamajr. » 20 Feb 2012, 17:40

R I P Ato Sebhat

Re: Sebhat Gebregziabher passed away

Post by Alem » 20 Feb 2012, 15:56

revolutions wrote:R.I.P.

http://ethiopianchurch.org/

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