so basically you're saying that you want PIA to outsmart your president so that he can stay in power for longer? If PIA listens to your great advice, that's what will happen. Btw, what happened to your pledge of kicking every tyrant's tiny ar*se?
Obamajr. wrote:YeSat-Nebelbal wrote:Personally, I would watch out for the backstabbers looters of the world, the Brits. These are the same people that kissed up to the Eritreans till the 2007 release of some British citizens from the Afar freedom fighters and, how did they repay Eritrea back? By sending MI5 and MI6 agents harm the country while pretending to be independent private company not linked to the government. Nothing came out of the second goodwill the Eritreans accorded the Brits with, the first one eboldened them to follow with the second act, now if the Eritreans accommodated the Brits, this tiem they will send their plane to violate the Eritteans air space. Unless they pay for everything (the past, the present and the potential third act to follow), there is no need to be nice to them and EVER trust them again. The British are the owl of the world, they see and hear things on all 360 degree at the same time they work at nigh under the cover of the darkness, while during the day remain hidden digesting what they gobbled at night.richard wrote:The pillar of the British foreign policy can be summed up as “ there are no permanent friends nor permanent enemies but only permanent Interest.” Here they are!
By Foreign and Commonwealth Office ,
Foreign Office Minister Henry Bellingham met with the Eritrean Delegation to discuss a range of issues including the UK’s bilateral relationship with Eritrea.
The Eritrean Foreign Minister, Osman Saleh, and Yemane Ghebreab, senior political adviser to the President, visited the Foreign Office from 7-8 February. This was the first Eritrean ministerial visit to the UK.
The Eritrean Delegation met the Minister of Africa, Henry Bellingham, the Secretary of State for International Development, Andrew Mitchell, and had meetings with senior Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and UKBA officials.
A range of issues were discussed including the UK’s bilateral relationship with Eritrea; regional security and stability; migration and piracy.
Mr Bellingham also underlined the importance the UK attaches to improvements to human rights, including the case of the G11 (the group of 11 parliamentarians arrested in September 2001), and religious and press freedoms.
Mr Bellingham also hosted a business roundtable for existing and potential investors in which 22 companies participated. Discussion centred on potential investment opportunities in the extractive (mining) industries, infrastructure development, agriculture and financial services.
To all shabos in this forum,
Instead of crying about the past, you need to focus in order how to stop your cousin Ashebir Zenawi from being the top of your master Issaias. Your master is a fool by attacking the West. In my opinion, It is not going to work. Your leader has to cooperate and do his best to have friends in the west. Those Russian and chinese are not going to help him in the future. You can learn form tyrant Assad.[ they will stay with him, when the kitchen is getting hot, they will disappear.]They always look for their own interests the same as West.
My point is, at this moment Ashebir holds the upper hand while Issaiass is the target of the West. simple formula for your guys. Issias has to open his eyes and swallow his pride in order to compete with his cousin Zenawi once for all. You have two ports and try to use them by any means you can. If you do that, your leader will stay longer than Ashebir Zenawi for sure. This is my perspective and I hope you accept my criticism for good.