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My impression of PIA

Post by Telomerase » 06 Feb 2019, 05:01

Hopefully we discuss this in a civil and mature manner.
Who is PIA ?
We all know that he led the struggle to liberate Eritrea. He eliminated any opposing figure or a movement along the way. Jebha Abay is a great testimony to that. He was determined to get rid of it, and he did. However, his biggest achievement is that he led the movement to victory. How does one understand Tegadaly Isayas. We know that back in the sixties, he was sent to China, and he was exposed to the Chinese way of thinking. His personality and thinking was shaped by that experience. He perhaps is a socialist for life as a consequence. However, we all know China has transformed over the years. Mao and co. are historical skeletons. The Chinese did not defend Eritrea when Meles was doing The his dirty work to sanction it. Actually, Meles preferred the Chinese over the Western nations when it came to doing business. That perhaps was his downfall. Coming back to PIA, some twenty years ago, he called the Eritrean religious leaders and warned them no to meddle in politics. He put the independent media personalities behind bars for criticizing his government the way he run it. The drafted constitution, he shelved it for the unforseable future. His partners, the main personalities who led the struggle successfully, most of them are behind bars, and have been there for over twenty years. They have been denied justice that long. Eritrea does not have constitution. There is no transparency. Reform is promised, but never there. Question is, who is PIA ? What is his vision for Eritrea ? What is his legacy since independence ? One thing for sure is, he has been making all the decisions by himself. I just don't believe he intends to share power at all. Perhaps he takes it upon himself that he, only he is the protector of the nation, and he has to nurture it to the ultimate nation that he wants it to be. Did he protect the sovereignity of the nation for the last twenty years ? Did he defeat the weyanes ? The fact that he refused to even talk to the wayenes, did that help Ethiopians bring the weyanes down to earth :P :P What about Eritrea ? Did he share his vision of Eritrea with the Eritrean people ? Where is Eritrea going to be ten years from now ? If Eritrea is going somewhere, economically, it needs huge investments ? To the tune of ten billion dollars a year. As far as I am concerned, foreign capital has to flow to the country from investors outside of the country. The country has to be open and inviting greed to get something to happen. I don't believe PIA would let that happen. He is too controlling to let it go. I want to believe that I am wrong. But, then again, my professional experience tells me otherwise.

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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by Deqi-Arawit » 06 Feb 2019, 07:59

Telomerase wrote:
06 Feb 2019, 05:01
Hopefully we discuss this in a civil and mature manner.
Who is PIA ?
We all know that he led the struggle to liberate Eritrea. He eliminated any opposing figure or a movement along the way. Jebha Abay is a great testimony to that. He was determined to get rid of it, and he did. However, his biggest achievement is that he led the movement to victory. How does one understand Tegadaly Isayas. We know that back in the sixties, he was sent to China, and he was exposed to the Chinese way of thinking. His personality and thinking was shaped by that experience. He perhaps is a socialist for life as a consequence. However, we all know China has transformed over the years. Mao and co. are historical skeletons. The Chinese did not defend Eritrea when Meles was doing The his dirty work to sanction it. Actually, Meles preferred the Chinese over the Western nations when it came to doing business. That perhaps was his downfall. Coming back to PIA, some twenty years ago, he called the Eritrean religious leaders and warned them no to meddle in politics. He put the independent media personalities behind bars for criticizing his government the way he run it. The drafted constitution, he shelved it for the unforseable future. His partners, the main personalities who led the struggle successfully, most of them are behind bars, and have been there for over twenty years. They have been denied justice that long. Eritrea does not have constitution. There is no transparency. Reform is promised, but never there. Question is, who is PIA ? What is his vision for Eritrea ? What is his legacy since independence ? One thing for sure is, he has been making all the decisions by himself. I just don't believe he intends to share power at all. Perhaps he takes it upon himself that he, only he is the protector of the nation, and he has to nurture it to the ultimate nation that he wants it to be. Did he protect the sovereignity of the nation for the last twenty years ? Did he defeat the weyanes ? The fact that he refused to even talk to the wayenes, did that help Ethiopians bring the weyanes down to earth :P :P What about Eritrea ? Did he share his vision of Eritrea with the Eritrean people ? Where is Eritrea going to be ten years from now ? If Eritrea is going somewhere, economically, it needs huge investments ? To the tune of ten billion dollars a year. As far as I am concerned, foreign capital has to flow to the country from investors outside of the country. The country has to be open and inviting greed to get something to happen. I don't believe PIA would let that happen. He is too controlling to let it go. I want to believe that I am wrong. But, then again, my professional experience tells me otherwise.

The Afewerki family suffers from hereditary diseases when they reach a certain age. issias own brother suffered from psychological disorders before he died and I suspect The old man suffers from The same diseases like his sibling .

Narcist behavior and taking seriously of yourself.. If you have seen The movie, The beautiful mind with Russel crowe which was based on True story, you Will understand what i am talking about. In the movie, Russel crowe hullucinate that soviet spies are on his shadow to get him, He also imagine that he works with the CIA to break soviet codes. And the dictator is no different. He lives in his own bubble.

The dictator have already lost his support Base among Eritreans and deep inside he realize it as well. but his aspiration to be regarded as the great negro last hope isn't done yet. inside his crazy and twisted mind and hullucination, he thinks amhara, Oromo and Somalis, arabs loves and adore him. By "tutoring" The young PM abiye of Ethiopia and propogate about regional integration, The dictator expects to be revered and regarded as old stateman. But he forget basic rule, unless some is respected on his own turf, he Will not be respected any where else

His legacy
The legacy of this lunatic dictator is worse than all all foreign colonial powers.
The Italians build infrastructure, in fact all The roads and building on which we take great pride was constructed during this period.
The English legacy was, The estableshment of civic sociaty, how many People know that The first Labour union in africa was estableshed in Eritrea, free press (it was during The Brittish colonial period, weldeab weldemariam as editor and chief of his paper became The intellectual heavy weight in Eritrea.

Haile selasie period. Before he tried to declare Eritrea as a province and impose amharic to our People, to his Credit, he offered quality education to bright students. In fact all The scholars and intellectuals on which we take great pride were educated during this era, Dr and Dean Haile Debass, The late Tekee Fetsehatsion, [deleted] cat bereket Habteselassie, proffesor Asmerom Legesse are among others Who were able to take advantage of The education system haile selasie offered.

Mengistu era, There is nothing to remember from this era, except death, fear and prosecution

Wedi medhin era, The ramification of The social engineering which is imposed on our People by the junk Will affect The offspring of our grand children. The alcoholic junk destroyed The social fabric of our People, The relationship between a father and his children, The relationship between a husband and wife. Basically our core family tradition and values is belittled, rediculed and attacked. The legacy of The alcoholic junk is, to dismantle well functioned and well oiled machine EPLF to be replaced by morally deprived party called pfdj which revolver around wedi medhin berad.

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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by Degnet » 06 Feb 2019, 08:57

Telomerase wrote:
06 Feb 2019, 05:01
Hopefully we discuss this in a civil and mature manner.
Who is PIA ?
We all know that he led the struggle to liberate Eritrea. He eliminated any opposing figure or a movement along the way. Jebha Abay is a great testimony to that. He was determined to get rid of it, and he did. However, his biggest achievement is that he led the movement to victory. How does one understand Tegadaly Isayas. We know that back in the sixties, he was sent to China, and he was exposed to the Chinese way of thinking. His personality and thinking was shaped by that experience. He perhaps is a socialist for life as a consequence. However, we all know China has transformed over the years. Mao and co. are historical skeletons. The Chinese did not defend Eritrea when Meles was doing The his dirty work to sanction it. Actually, Meles preferred the Chinese over the Western nations when it came to doing business. That perhaps was his downfall. Coming back to PIA, some twenty years ago, he called the Eritrean religious leaders and warned them no to meddle in politics. He put the independent media personalities behind bars for criticizing his government the way he run it. The drafted constitution, he shelved it for the unforseable future. His partners, the main personalities who led the struggle successfully, most of them are behind bars, and have been there for over twenty years. They have been denied justice that long. Eritrea does not have constitution. There is no transparency. Reform is promised, but never there. Question is, who is PIA ? What is his vision for Eritrea ? What is his legacy since independence ? One thing for sure is, he has been making all the decisions by himself. I just don't believe he intends to share power at all. Perhaps he takes it upon himself that he, only he is the protector of the nation, and he has to nurture it to the ultimate nation that he wants it to be. Did he protect the sovereignity of the nation for the last twenty years ? Did he defeat the weyanes ? The fact that he refused to even talk to the wayenes, did that help Ethiopians bring the weyanes down to earth :P :P What about Eritrea ? Did he share his vision of Eritrea with the Eritrean people ? Where is Eritrea going to be ten years from now ? If Eritrea is going somewhere, economically, it needs huge investments ? To the tune of ten billion dollars a year. As far as I am concerned, foreign capital has to flow to the country from investors outside of the country. The country has to be open and inviting greed to get something to happen. I don't believe PIA would let that happen. He is too controlling to let it go. I want to believe that I am wrong. But, then again, my professional experience tells me otherwise.
bezgeberkum gerkum ketfethewo alekum,one of the Eritreans I admre is Tsegay Abraha,my english teacher in the 1960s in Mekelle,Hatse Yohannes school,very dinified and very intelligent.

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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by Degnet » 06 Feb 2019, 09:03

Degnet wrote:
06 Feb 2019, 08:57
Telomerase wrote:
06 Feb 2019, 05:01
Hopefully we discuss this in a civil and mature manner.
Who is PIA ?
We all know that he led the struggle to liberate Eritrea. He eliminated any opposing figure or a movement along the way. Jebha Abay is a great testimony to that. He was determined to get rid of it, and he did. However, his biggest achievement is that he led the movement to victory. How does one understand Tegadaly Isayas. We know that back in the sixties, he was sent to China, and he was exposed to the Chinese way of thinking. His personality and thinking was shaped by that experience. He perhaps is a socialist for life as a consequence. However, we all know China has transformed over the years. Mao and co. are historical skeletons. The Chinese did not defend Eritrea when Meles was doing The his dirty work to sanction it. Actually, Meles preferred the Chinese over the Western nations when it came to doing business. That perhaps was his downfall. Coming back to PIA, some twenty years ago, he called the Eritrean religious leaders and warned them no to meddle in politics. He put the independent media personalities behind bars for criticizing his government the way he run it. The drafted constitution, he shelved it for the unforseable future. His partners, the main personalities who led the struggle successfully, most of them are behind bars, and have been there for over twenty years. They have been denied justice that long. Eritrea does not have constitution. There is no transparency. Reform is promised, but never there. Question is, who is PIA ? What is his vision for Eritrea ? What is his legacy since independence ? One thing for sure is, he has been making all the decisions by himself. I just don't believe he intends to share power at all. Perhaps he takes it upon himself that he, only he is the protector of the nation, and he has to nurture it to the ultimate nation that he wants it to be. Did he protect the sovereignity of the nation for the last twenty years ? Did he defeat the weyanes ? The fact that he refused to even talk to the wayenes, did that help Ethiopians bring the weyanes down to earth :P :P What about Eritrea ? Did he share his vision of Eritrea with the Eritrean people ? Where is Eritrea going to be ten years from now ? If Eritrea is going somewhere, economically, it needs huge investments ? To the tune of ten billion dollars a year. As far as I am concerned, foreign capital has to flow to the country from investors outside of the country. The country has to be open and inviting greed to get something to happen. I don't believe PIA would let that happen. He is too controlling to let it go. I want to believe that I am wrong. But, then again, my professional experience tells me otherwise.
bezgeberkum gerkum ketfethewo alekum,one of the Eritreans I admire is Tsegay Abraha,my english teacher in the 1960s in Mekelle,Hatse Yohannes school,very dignified and very intelligent.tsebuq tezaribka mewtsae yeheyish.

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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by wegri » 06 Feb 2019, 13:37

[quote=Telomerase
Who is PIA ?

Truth is powerful and it prevails.

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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by wegri » 06 Feb 2019, 13:40


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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by Telomerase » 06 Feb 2019, 14:37

Wegri,

He fought for Eritrea. No one denies that. But, where is he taking the country ? He is an individual after all. He is not Eritrea or it's people. He is Eritrean like everyone of us. He needs to be accountable to the people, not on his own terms. Yes, a lot of people idolize him so is the North Korean dictator. That is not a lithums test. The question is, is he the people's choice to lead the country ? Has he been elected periodically by the people in popular election ? Does he give voice to the opposition ? Does he allow some kind of popular Congress to promulgate laws ? Does he have a scheduled economic and political milestones to share with the people periodically ? Is his government transparent ? Absent all this, you can expect a failed Somalia like State in the near future. Are you ready for that ? It is absolutely irresponsible to think otherwise. Too much blood has been paid to make Eritrea to be progressive and independent for its own people. Show me the money not excuses is the mantra.

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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by wegri » 06 Feb 2019, 15:03

Telomerase wrote:
06 Feb 2019, 14:37
Wegri,
you can expect a failed Somalia like State in the near future.

“Lying in bed and daydreaming was the best thing I did all day.”
― Marty Rubin
:arrow:

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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by justo » 06 Feb 2019, 15:12

ኣንታ ቴሎሜራስ ሕጅስ ኣደንጊጽካና።
ኣድራሽኡ ኣለካ ድዩ እቲ እሳያስ።
በጃኻ መሰሉ ሃቦ ክንብሎ።

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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by Telomerase » 06 Feb 2019, 15:32

A country without constitution ? Justo, you don't have a leg to stand up. You are a joke. :lol: :lol: :lol: The blood of our martrys means nothing to you. : :evil:

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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by Telomerase » 06 Feb 2019, 15:57

Wegri wrote,
Telomerase wrote: ↑
Today, 14:37
Wegri,
you can expect a failed Somalia like State in the near future.


“Lying in bed and daydreaming was the best thing I did all day.”
― Marty Rubin
Wegri,

I am not dreaming, I am fully awake. :lol: I am not a sleep walker either . :lol:
“You can always close your eyes to the truth and you can be sure that the truth will in no way take this into consideration!”
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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by Hawzen » 06 Feb 2019, 19:29

Deqi-Arawit wrote:
06 Feb 2019, 07:59
Telomerase wrote:
06 Feb 2019, 05:01
Hopefully we discuss this in a civil and mature manner.
Who is PIA ?
We all know that he led the struggle to liberate Eritrea. He eliminated any opposing figure or a movement along the way. Jebha Abay is a great testimony to that. He was determined to get rid of it, and he did. However, his biggest achievement is that he led the movement to victory. How does one understand Tegadaly Isayas. We know that back in the sixties, he was sent to China, and he was exposed to the Chinese way of thinking. His personality and thinking was shaped by that experience. He perhaps is a socialist for life as a consequence. However, we all know China has transformed over the years. Mao and co. are historical skeletons. The Chinese did not defend Eritrea when Meles was doing The his dirty work to sanction it. Actually, Meles preferred the Chinese over the Western nations when it came to doing business. That perhaps was his downfall. Coming back to PIA, some twenty years ago, he called the Eritrean religious leaders and warned them no to meddle in politics. He put the independent media personalities behind bars for criticizing his government the way he run it. The drafted constitution, he shelved it for the unforseable future. His partners, the main personalities who led the struggle successfully, most of them are behind bars, and have been there for over twenty years. They have been denied justice that long. Eritrea does not have constitution. There is no transparency. Reform is promised, but never there. Question is, who is PIA ? What is his vision for Eritrea ? What is his legacy since independence ? One thing for sure is, he has been making all the decisions by himself. I just don't believe he intends to share power at all. Perhaps he takes it upon himself that he, only he is the protector of the nation, and he has to nurture it to the ultimate nation that he wants it to be. Did he protect the sovereignity of the nation for the last twenty years ? Did he defeat the weyanes ? The fact that he refused to even talk to the wayenes, did that help Ethiopians bring the weyanes down to earth :P :P What about Eritrea ? Did he share his vision of Eritrea with the Eritrean people ? Where is Eritrea going to be ten years from now ? If Eritrea is going somewhere, economically, it needs huge investments ? To the tune of ten billion dollars a year. As far as I am concerned, foreign capital has to flow to the country from investors outside of the country. The country has to be open and inviting greed to get something to happen. I don't believe PIA would let that happen. He is too controlling to let it go. I want to believe that I am wrong. But, then again, my professional experience tells me otherwise.

The Afewerki family suffers from hereditary diseases when they reach a certain age. issias own brother suffered from psychological disorders before he died and I suspect The old man suffers from The same diseases like his sibling .

Narcist behavior and taking seriously of yourself.. If you have seen The movie, The beautiful mind with Russel crowe which was based on True story, you Will understand what i am talking about. In the movie, Russel crowe hullucinate that soviet spies are on his shadow to get him, He also imagine that he works with the CIA to break soviet codes. And the dictator is no different. He lives in his own bubble.

The dictator have already lost his support Base among Eritreans and deep inside he realize it as well. but his aspiration to be regarded as the great negro last hope isn't done yet. inside his crazy and twisted mind and hullucination, he thinks amhara, Oromo and Somalis, arabs loves and adore him. By "tutoring" The young PM abiye of Ethiopia and propogate about regional integration, The dictator expects to be revered and regarded as old stateman. But he forget basic rule, unless some is respected on his own turf, he Will not be respected any where else

His legacy
The legacy of this lunatic dictator is worse than all all foreign colonial powers.
The Italians build infrastructure, in fact all The roads and building on which we take great pride was constructed during this period.
The English legacy was, The estableshment of civic sociaty, how many People know that The first Labour union in africa was estableshed in Eritrea, free press (it was during The Brittish colonial period, weldeab weldemariam as editor and chief of his paper became The intellectual heavy weight in Eritrea.

Haile selasie period. Before he tried to declare Eritrea as a province and impose amharic to our People, to his Credit, he offered quality education to bright students. In fact all The scholars and intellectuals on which we take great pride were educated during this era, Dr and Dean Haile Debass, The late Tekee Fetsehatsion, [deleted] cat bereket Habteselassie, proffesor Asmerom Legesse are among others Who were able to take advantage of The education system haile selasie offered.

Mengistu era, There is nothing to remember from this era, except death, fear and prosecution

Wedi medhin era, The ramification of The social engineering which is imposed on our People by the junk Will affect The offspring of our grand children. The alcoholic junk destroyed The social fabric of our People, The relationship between a father and his children, The relationship between a husband and wife. Basically our core family tradition and values is belittled, rediculed and attacked. The legacy of The alcoholic junk is, to dismantle well functioned and well oiled machine EPLF to be replaced by morally deprived party called pfdj which revolver around wedi medhin berad.
Whether I agree with you or not, both of you have raised great points. The difference is that I don't feel/see hatred from brother Telomerase's comments at all and that he is in fact welcoming Eritrean brothers and sisters to discuss our issues. His objective is solely to see our people and country to have a better future. Good job, brother and keep it up!!!

On the contrary, Even though brother Deqi is a proud Eritrean who dreams a better life for our people, he always struggles to control his emotions to address issues with civility. This time, it is not different either. I can clearly see brother Deqi's comments are based on excessive hatred and that his emotional comments are not welcoming his Eritrean brothers and sisters to discuss matters with civility and maturity. If we don't understand fellow citizens have the right to agree or disagree with our opinions in criticizing/condoning our government, we will not be able to accomplish anything except wasting our energy and time for nothing. When people start calling names either to their leaders or fellow citizens because they just don't agree with their opinions, they are just detractors to their fellow citizens like brother Telomersa who want to address issues with maturity and civility.

Hence, addressing issues with maturing and civility are the key to find solution for our problems.

Dedebit is always dedeb
R.I.P Abay Tigray and TPLF

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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by Weyane.is.dead » 06 Feb 2019, 19:46

Normally i dont comment on this chameleon martelo resi or whatever he calls himself and his other 100 aliases like tarik, judgementday, roomservice and other dumb names.

Brother hawzen this is what you wrote about him a while ago. Hes still the same wolf in sheeps clothing believe me. Back then his alias was campo pollo.
Hawzen wrote:
03 May 2014, 06:12
Folks,

Last time, brother Ghirmawi broke the news about the brother Compo Pollo real identity. Unfortunately, many forumers rejected this information at that time. Once again, I would like confirm you the fact that brother Compo Pollo :oops: is undercover dedebit cadre who has been pretending as Anseba Shabo in order to convince Eritreans and other participants of the ER as a real Eritrean. In fact, reliable sources informed that Compo Pollo is most likely brother Cistro.


At this point, I would like to remind you the fact that @game could go all the way down to the point of cursing their own brothers and sisters to mislead us about them about their twisted nature regardless how long it takes.

My point is that the l!storia tribe are so wicked that Eritrean forefathers name the very twisted road between Asmara to Keren as Libi Tigray.


Dedebit is always dedebit
R.I.P Abay Tigray and its frogs
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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by Telomerase » 06 Feb 2019, 20:35

Dead brain,

You don't count. Idiot. :lol: Qomal wedigeza
Berhanu... :lol:

Brother Hawzen,

Thanks for the kind words.

Deqi is patriotic Eritrean who expresses his own feelings in his own candid ways. With Deqi what you see is what you get. :lol: We all have different personalities.

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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by Follower » 06 Feb 2019, 20:36

Telomerase wrote:
06 Feb 2019, 05:01
Hopefully we discuss this in a civil and mature manner.
Who is PIA ?
We all know that he led the struggle to liberate Eritrea. He eliminated any opposing figure or a movement along the way. Jebha Abay is a great testimony to that. He was determined to get rid of it, and he did. However, his biggest achievement is that he led the movement to victory. How does one understand Tegadaly Isayas. We know that back in the sixties, he was sent to China, and he was exposed to the Chinese way of thinking. His personality and thinking was shaped by that experience. He perhaps is a socialist for life as a consequence. However, we all know China has transformed over the years. Mao and co. are historical skeletons. The Chinese did not defend Eritrea when Meles was doing The his dirty work to sanction it. Actually, Meles preferred the Chinese over the Western nations when it came to doing business. That perhaps was his downfall. Coming back to PIA, some twenty years ago, he called the Eritrean religious leaders and warned them no to meddle in politics. He put the independent media personalities behind bars for criticizing his government the way he run it. The drafted constitution, he shelved it for the unforseable future. His partners, the main personalities who led the struggle successfully, most of them are behind bars, and have been there for over twenty years. They have been denied justice that long. Eritrea does not have constitution. There is no transparency. Reform is promised, but never there. Question is, who is PIA ? What is his vision for Eritrea ? What is his legacy since independence ? One thing for sure is, he has been making all the decisions by himself. I just don't believe he intends to share power at all. Perhaps he takes it upon himself that he, only he is the protector of the nation, and he has to nurture it to the ultimate nation that he wants it to be. Did he protect the sovereignity of the nation for the last twenty years ? Did he defeat the weyanes ? The fact that he refused to even talk to the wayenes, did that help Ethiopians bring the weyanes down to earth :P :P What about Eritrea ? Did he share his vision of Eritrea with the Eritrean people ? Where is Eritrea going to be ten years from now ? If Eritrea is going somewhere, economically, it needs huge investments ? To the tune of ten billion dollars a year. As far as I am concerned, foreign capital has to flow to the country from investors outside of the country. The country has to be open and inviting greed to get something to happen. I don't believe PIA would let that happen. He is too controlling to let it go. I want to believe that I am wrong. But, then again, my professional experience tells me otherwise.
ደቂ-ኣራዊት ከም ኤርትራዊ ድላዩ ክብል መሰሉ እዩ፡እዚ ዓጋመTelomerase ግን እንታይ ኣእተዎ፡shouldnt he care about his ዑጉም issues?

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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by Telomerase » 06 Feb 2019, 20:41

Follower,

Another idiot, how do you know that I am agame ? :lol: :lol: You are a follower, and I am a leader. Qomal. Dirbay. Who are you, Tewelije. What has befallen on Eritrea, goodness gracious !!! So many idiots. It is scary. :twisted:

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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by justo » 08 Feb 2019, 11:27

Telemorase, you done with your discussion already? You seen the reality TV show? With the self-appointed Berhanu Nega, Merara Gudina and Aregawi Berhe presenting "papers" on "how to go ahead"? You jealous? Is that what you want for us? You, cone head ras qulqulet, and the intellectuals at Awate presenting papers at the Asmara Palace hotel discussing our fate? And then you hold election and you or ras qulqulet in Eritrea and Berhanu, Merara or Aregawi in Ethiopia get elected and then you got mandate? And koshe is supposed to be ok with that? Even the snake Edu would consider you illegit.

We need a Chinese kind of solution, a government of incorrigible wise people. where you fight corruption and administrative excess tooth and nail. In an election, loud-mouthes like you, ras qulqulet, Berhanu or Trump will easily get elected.

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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by Cigar » 08 Feb 2019, 14:41

Tolemeresa, no body is prohibiting you from discussing about your impression of PIA or other Eritrean matters.
Actually you are getting a favorable responses from the Degnet and cone head aka wedi mice.
I mean all of us don't get envolved with every post and as such I hardly see any one asking that people talk (demand) about the topic of their thread.
We all just say what we have to say and let who ever wanted to participate, participate.

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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by ittuabafarda » 08 Feb 2019, 22:24

Deqi-Arawit wrote:
06 Feb 2019, 07:59
Telomerase wrote:
06 Feb 2019, 05:01
Hopefully we discuss this in a civil and mature manner.
Who is PIA ?
We all know that he led the struggle to liberate Eritrea. He eliminated any opposing figure or a movement along the way. Jebha Abay is a great testimony to that. He was determined to get rid of it, and he did. However, his biggest achievement is that he led the movement to victory. How does one understand Tegadaly Isayas. We know that back in the sixties, he was sent to China, and he was exposed to the Chinese way of thinking. His personality and thinking was shaped by that experience. He perhaps is a socialist for life as a consequence. However, we all know China has transformed over the years. Mao and co. are historical skeletons. The Chinese did not defend Eritrea when Meles was doing The his dirty work to sanction it. Actually, Meles preferred the Chinese over the Western nations when it came to doing business. That perhaps was his downfall. Coming back to PIA, some twenty years ago, he called the Eritrean religious leaders and warned them no to meddle in politics. He put the independent media personalities behind bars for criticizing his government the way he run it. The drafted constitution, he shelved it for the unforseable future. His partners, the main personalities who led the struggle successfully, most of them are behind bars, and have been there for over twenty years. They have been denied justice that long. Eritrea does not have constitution. There is no transparency. Reform is promised, but never there. Question is, who is PIA ? What is his vision for Eritrea ? What is his legacy since independence ? One thing for sure is, he has been making all the decisions by himself. I just don't believe he intends to share power at all. Perhaps he takes it upon himself that he, only he is the protector of the nation, and he has to nurture it to the ultimate nation that he wants it to be. Did he protect the sovereignity of the nation for the last twenty years ? Did he defeat the weyanes ? The fact that he refused to even talk to the wayenes, did that help Ethiopians bring the weyanes down to earth :P :P What about Eritrea ? Did he share his vision of Eritrea with the Eritrean people ? Where is Eritrea going to be ten years from now ? If Eritrea is going somewhere, economically, it needs huge investments ? To the tune of ten billion dollars a year. As far as I am concerned, foreign capital has to flow to the country from investors outside of the country. The country has to be open and inviting greed to get something to happen. I don't believe PIA would let that happen. He is too controlling to let it go. I want to believe that I am wrong. But, then again, my professional experience tells me otherwise.

The Afewerki family suffers from hereditary diseases when they reach a certain age. issias own brother suffered from psychological disorders before he died and I suspect The old man suffers from The same diseases like his sibling .

Narcist behavior and taking seriously of yourself.. If you have seen The movie, The beautiful mind with Russel crowe which was based on True story, you Will understand what i am talking about. In the movie, Russel crowe hullucinate that soviet spies are on his shadow to get him, He also imagine that he works with the CIA to break soviet codes. And the dictator is no different. He lives in his own bubble.

The dictator have already lost his support Base among Eritreans and deep inside he realize it as well. but his aspiration to be regarded as the great negro last hope isn't done yet. inside his crazy and twisted mind and hullucination, he thinks amhara, Oromo and Somalis, arabs loves and adore him. By "tutoring" The young PM abiye of Ethiopia and propogate about regional integration, The dictator expects to be revered and regarded as old stateman. But he forget basic rule, unless some is respected on his own turf, he Will not be respected any where else

His legacy
The legacy of this lunatic dictator is worse than all all foreign colonial powers.
The Italians build infrastructure, in fact all The roads and building on which we take great pride was constructed during this period.
The English legacy was, The estableshment of civic sociaty, how many People know that The first Labour union in africa was estableshed in Eritrea, free press (it was during The Brittish colonial period, weldeab weldemariam as editor and chief of his paper became The intellectual heavy weight in Eritrea.

Haile selasie period. Before he tried to declare Eritrea as a province and impose amharic to our People, to his Credit, he offered quality education to bright students. In fact all The scholars and intellectuals on which we take great pride were educated during this era, Dr and Dean Haile Debass, The late Tekee Fetsehatsion, [deleted] cat bereket Habteselassie, proffesor Asmerom Legesse are among others Who were able to take advantage of The education system haile selasie offered.

Mengistu era, There is nothing to remember from this era, except death, fear and prosecution

Wedi medhin era, The ramification of The social engineering which is imposed on our People by the junk Will affect The offspring of our grand children. The alcoholic junk destroyed The social fabric of our People, The relationship between a father and his children, The relationship between a husband and wife. Basically our core family tradition and values is belittled, rediculed and attacked. The legacy of The alcoholic junk is, to dismantle well functioned and well oiled machine EPLF to be replaced by morally deprived party called pfdj which revolver around wedi medhin berad.
You guys should be commended for conducting civil exchange of ideas. It should be done that way. Always. After all it is your internal matter. The day Eritrea was declared a legally created new independent nation after the plebiscite in 1993 I had congratulated individuals from Eritrea who I have known since my days in the Middle East in the 1960's. It is an independence obtained after decades of grinding civil war that cost hundreds of thousands of human lives on both sides. Many thousands of young Eritreans had sacrificed their Almighty Our Creator given lives for it. For whatever happened since independence, I salute you for choosing the peaceful way to make things better for the common man/woman in your country. Hats off to you for being civil in your discourse. I say this not to interfere in your internal matters but please take it as an honest opinion from an observer. Godspeed!!!!

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Re: My impression of PIA

Post by Sabur » 09 Feb 2019, 01:11

Well said !!
Thank you.

Deqi-Arawit wrote:
06 Feb 2019, 07:59

The Afewerki family suffers from hereditary diseases when they reach a certain age. issias own brother suffered from psychological disorders before he died and I suspect The old man suffers from The same diseases like his sibling .

Narcist behavior and taking seriously of yourself.. If you have seen The movie, The beautiful mind with Russel crowe which was based on True story, you Will understand what i am talking about. In the movie, Russel crowe hullucinate that soviet spies are on his shadow to get him, He also imagine that he works with the CIA to break soviet codes. And the dictator is no different. He lives in his own bubble.

The dictator have already lost his support Base among Eritreans and deep inside he realize it as well. but his aspiration to be regarded as the great negro last hope isn't done yet. inside his crazy and twisted mind and hullucination, he thinks amhara, Oromo and Somalis, arabs loves and adore him. By "tutoring" The young PM abiye of Ethiopia and propogate about regional integration, The dictator expects to be revered and regarded as old stateman. But he forget basic rule, unless some is respected on his own turf, he Will not be respected any where else

His legacy
The legacy of this lunatic dictator is worse than all all foreign colonial powers.
The Italians build infrastructure, in fact all The roads and building on which we take great pride was constructed during this period.
The English legacy was, The estableshment of civic sociaty, how many People know that The first Labour union in africa was estableshed in Eritrea, free press (it was during The Brittish colonial period, weldeab weldemariam as editor and chief of his paper became The intellectual heavy weight in Eritrea.

Haile selasie period. Before he tried to declare Eritrea as a province and impose amharic to our People, to his Credit, he offered quality education to bright students. In fact all The scholars and intellectuals on which we take great pride were educated during this era, Dr and Dean Haile Debass, The late Tekee Fetsehatsion, [deleted] cat bereket Habteselassie, proffesor Asmerom Legesse are among others Who were able to take advantage of The education system haile selasie offered.

Mengistu era, There is nothing to remember from this era, except death, fear and prosecution

Wedi medhin era, The ramification of The social engineering which is imposed on our People by the junk Will affect The offspring of our grand children. The alcoholic junk destroyed The social fabric of our People, The relationship between a father and his children, The relationship between a husband and wife. Basically our core family tradition and values is belittled, rediculed and attacked. The legacy of The alcoholic junk is, to dismantle well functioned and well oiled machine EPLF to be replaced by morally deprived party called pfdj which revolver around wedi medhin berad.

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