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Isias sometimes bets on the right horse some times on the wrong horse.

Postby Zack » 22 Dec 2017, 08:19


Every one in here knows I am a great admirer of isias afewerki. He is a great soldier fighter a manly man. We Somalis say when we see a man like that. Hooyada wiil bay dhashay. Which simply means your mother gave birth to a real man. Isias was right in fighting Ethiopia joining elf a real nationalist. Him a Christian still He supported his Muslim countrymen in the Muslim league.
His later iñner with jebha I supported that to for Eritrea to gain independence u can't have one vision u need a unified struggle Muslim Christian United in the name of Eritrea. United under one flag one political organization. Issue was also right in supporting woyane his tigrians tegaru cousins. Because isias is tigrinya last hope it I don't know when I don't know how. If amhara takes ethiopias crown if amhara takes the crown their guns will a pointed towards mekelle and asmara twin cities.

Arabs two are trying to weak both Eritrea and Ethiopia.

Isias only mistake was siding witH Egypt against Ethiopia grave mistake. A habasha is always closer 2 youthen a arab. We Somalis. Sided with Egypt so many times and are no longer in that position. A neutral stance is good for asmara.

Isiais was also wrong on siding witH one tribe in Somalia the hawiye. Icu. He is paying a price for that mistake. If u side with one clan u anger the other somali tribes.



Re: Isias sometimes bets on the right horse some times on the wrong horse.

Postby Zmeselo » 22 Dec 2017, 13:15


Let's see!

Virtually all the Nations of the World, have diplomatic relations with Egypt. Are they, Ethiopia's enemies too?

Where is it written, that Eritrea's foreign policy, should be dictated by what the weyane prefers or wishes?

'Siding with Egypt'? What do you mean by that? Is it about the GERD?

If you've any evidence, Eritrea is colliding with Egypt to hurt Ethiopia, then present it.

But, you got nothing!

I know why you're here, though.

Djibouti's goldmine- the weyane- is on its last leg. Therefore, there'se a huge risk in the future, that this steady source of income in the Billions of $ a year for Djibouti can come to an end, if the future Ethiopian govt. seeks other alternatives.

Therefore, your mission here is-

1. to try to frighten the amara with: 'Egypt is coming to get ya' and 'Eritrea is conspiring against you' and,

2. try to frighten the Eritreans by: 'the amara will turn their guns on Asmara, in the future, if you help them remove the weyane from power'.

Add, the phrase: Mekelle- for good measure & make believe. As a camouflage of 'neutrality', so to speak.

To pull the wool over our eyes, you started by praising President Isaias, so your later statement on the future 'amara threat', might sound feasible & palatable.

I'm sure in your puny mind, you've convinced yourself to be smarter than every forumer here, whether it be Eritrean or amara.

Believe you me though, you're as transparent as a thoroughly polished window. And the Eritreans & Amara here, are way smarter than your camel- herder brain gives them credit for.

I know, you're a nationalist & a business- man, and you're operating with your country's best interest at heart. But when you take us for a bunch of fools that you can easily hoodwink, then I'll be damned, if I don't give you an earfull!
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Re: Isias sometimes bets on the right horse some times on the wrong horse.

Postby Zack » 22 Dec 2017, 16:38


Thanks zmeselo Thanks for your input . You see right so far there are a few amhara organisation I want to understand the mind that runs asmara. It's a socialist communist sha3bian style doctrine. It's It's survivalist instict style if ruling style. Meles death was more celebrated in Eritrea than anywhere in Ethiopia.

Zack is not smarter then any one.
But I.like to understand govt styles in Africa particularly in the horn and yes I am talking about the abay dam



Re: Isias sometimes bets on the right horse some times on the wrong horse.

Postby gearhead » 22 Dec 2017, 18:49


Djibouti has a lot to worry about the impending situation in ethiopia, and woyan's unsustainable handling of the conditions. Some organizational behavioral analysts say it is disfuncrional. Others say there is no organization but fifdoms that congrigate around, and group think themselves into decissions of worst case common denominator whose outcomes are of zero political utility to tigray and are of adverse nature to the rest of ethiopia. In other words, the only beneficiary to TPLFs decissions are the temporary egos of the leaders of the respective fifdoms . No more no less! Nothing will change so long as samora is leading woyane, abay tsehaye and aboy sebhat are around decissions.

Djibouti should quietly use its influence to have a stronger third party engagement in the politics of ethiopia. Woyane s vision to permanence is an all out war of ethnics and that could not possibly be good to Djibouti.



Re: Isias sometimes bets on the right horse some times on the wrong horse.

Postby Abdisa » 22 Dec 2017, 21:36


Zmeselo wrote:Let's see!

Virtually all the Nations of the World, have diplomatic relations with Egypt. Are they, Ethiopia's enemies too?

Where is it written, that Eritrea's foreign policy, should be dictated by what the weyane prefers or wishes?

'Siding with Egypt'? What do you mean by that? Is it about the GERD?

If you've any evidence, Eritrea is colliding with Egypt to hurt Ethiopia, then present it.

But, you got nothing!

I know why you're here, though.

Djibouti's goldmine- the weyane- is on its last leg. Therefore, there'se a huge risk in the future, that this steady source of income in the Billions of $ a year for Djibouti can come to an end, if the future Ethiopian govt. seeks other alternatives.

Therefore, your mission here is-

1. to try to frighten the amara with: 'Egypt is coming to get ya' and 'Eritrea is conspiring against you' and,

2. try to frighten the Eritreans by: 'the amara will turn their guns on Asmara, in the future, if you help them remove the weyane from power'.

Add, the phrase: Mekelle- for good measure & make believe. As a camouflage of 'neutrality', so to speak.

To pull the wool over our eyes, you started by praising President Isaias, so your later statement on the future 'amara threat', might sound feasible & palatable.

I'm sure in your puny mind, you've convinced yourself to be smarter than every forumer here, whether it be Eritrean or amara.

Believe you me though, you're as transparent as a thoroughly polished window. And the Eritreans & Amara here, are way smarter than your camel- herder brain gives them credit for.

I know, you're a nationalist & a business- man, and you're operating with your country's best interest at heart. But when you take us for a bunch of fools that you can easily hoodwink, then I'll be damned, if I don't give you an earfull!


As always, your high IQ shining brightly in your response to the Tigray porter who earns a living unloading sacks of food-aid at the Djibouti port. Little did he know your iron fist in a velvet glove packs a mean punch. That was a KO heard around the world. I feel sorry for the Tigray man nicknamed Zack. :cry:



Re: Isias sometimes bets on the right horse some times on the wrong horse.

Postby Zmeselo » 23 Dec 2017, 04:39


Dear Abdissa, it means a lot coming from you.

I'm a fan of yours, as many others on this forum.



Re: Isias sometimes bets on the right horse some times on the wrong horse.

Postby Degnet » 23 Dec 2017, 05:07


aye zmeselo,I dislike all this,no respect for other cultures,as to Zack,it is nothing.



Re: Isias sometimes bets on the right horse some times on the wrong horse.

Postby Zack » 23 Dec 2017, 09:38


First of all its good we are having discussions.
But we have to understand Ethiopia quarrel is not with Eritrea atleast for now. Ethiopia has an Arab Egyptian problem and a galla problem. Tigray tigrinya amhara galla somali etc it's all trivial stuff. What we need is to understand is what will the future bring. Can tigray tigrinya be reconciled. In order to find a front against Arabs. Can amhara and tigray be reconciled. Can galla and somali be reconciled allot of questions a head.



Re: Isias sometimes bets on the right horse some times on the wrong horse.

Postby Awash » 23 Dec 2017, 10:26


Abdisa wrote:...I feel sorry for the Tigray man nicknamed Zack. :cry:


Zacky,
Your are now "Tigray man" according to ugum shabo stooges whose tyrants are cento per cento Agame.
:lol: :lol: :mrgreen:
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Re: Isias sometimes bets on the right horse some times on the wrong horse.

Postby Cigar » 23 Dec 2017, 12:55


Zack the filthy agame, what part of no reconciliation with you nasty tegarus are you not understanding?
Said you that it is good that we are talking, right?
The problem is that you are deaf and are still ignoring what we been telling you since you back stabbed us.
We are not talking to you.
We are talking about your trait and if there will be any reconciliation with Ethiopia, it all depends how the post woyane Ethiopian regime behaves in relationship to Eritrea.
Eritrea needs none from be it from woyane or Ethiopia for that matter.
It is the other way around.
We are equal opportunist rule of law practitioners.
In other words if the post woyane ethio regime acts ugly towards us, we will act double ugly towards it.
So, we will leave the ball at the post woyane regime court.
How they played it is up to them.
As far as woyane, our detest is engraved in our hearts and even if it vacated Badime today or even if it promises it will resume to be our maids and slaves like your parents of the past, we will be damn to listen to your begging.

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