DefendTheTruth wrote:confusio,confused wrote:When an enemy resides in your home ....you do not abandon your community to entice the enemy out of your home ...you force him out .....
....the enemy must leave or face the consequences...
....koshasha Oromo shitheads forever trying to play chess at the expense of the sweat and blood of Oromo youth...
The destiny of Ethiopia is in the hands of the 70 % youth...and they, not the rotting diaspora corpses, intellectuals, and carpetbaggers and white imperialists will decide what is best for the future of Ethiopia..
" ...the enemy must leave..." perhaps well said, but would you mind telling us also about how long did it take you to realise this simple change of paradigm?
ke telat inngental sitilu koyitachiw, ahun telat yegental wede melat metachiw? wechi gud new. You might be on the right track now, the next step must be for you to abondon calling on the un-armed youth to face the well trained and well-armed national defense force of the country with their mere bare-hands. This call could amount to committing a war crime on your side. Those in the defense force of the country have got the duty to safeguard the rule of law in the country, so don't mislead our youths.
Do you mean by the highlighted sentence about current tplf (6%) Ethiopian military, police and security organization unilateral leadership monopoly holders?
It seems that you seem be more than happy if our entire Ethiopian young and promising youth must submit to injustices unconditionally and keep running away from their homes, communities and country and then go and die in foreign countries and cultures at the hands of the brutal South African murder gangs and in human Libyan slave traders.
The future of the country as a whole belongs to the current youth population and hence they have the right to peaceful organized protest with out violence on issues that concerns their interests and interests of the country as a whole.
In that case the role of he current government is to address the issues with trust, peacefully and respectfully with ongoing dialogues and positive interactions rather than responding with killings and beatings and thus face the legal consequences unilaterally for their one sided unilateral use of unnecessary violent over killing use of forces.