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One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by Cigar » 11 Feb 2019, 12:52

A friendly Eritrean advice to concerned and peace loving Ethiopians:

1. When you see our hands extending an olive branch, it is to indicate that we are offering you peace and neighborly love, not land, for our Eritrean sovereignty is non-negotiable. Suffice it to say that, drooling and salivating over an inch of Eritrean land, is akin to relinquishing the entire Gonder to the Sudan.

2. You are entitled to glorify, even worship, your Abyssinian heroes (the ones who have Eritrean blood on their hands) however way you feel like it, but rubbing it in our faces is like pouring salt on our open wound inflicted by the mass murderers you hail as "heroes." Remember that, one man's hero is another man's villain.

3. You won't catch us drawing the Eritrean map by incorporating Ethiopia as part of Eritrea, because doing so would be so childish, not to mention a total disrespect to your people and country. By the same token, we urge you to refrain from including Eritrea when drawing your Ethiopian map. Going to church does not make a person religious, nor does drawing the Ethiopian map with Eritrea included make Eritrea part of Ethiopia.

4. It's worth noting that in the eyes of the Eritrean people, all you Ethiopians are one and the same. We're not in the business of favoring Amhara over Oromo, or Tigray over Wolayta,...etc. So please stop assuming that our disdain for the Weyane regime is fueled by our "hatred" for the Tigray people. We don't hate people. Period.
(I have my resevation in this one, when it comes to the supposedly innocent and victims tegaru who as yet to hear them distancing themselves from woyane)

5 & 6. Just as you Ethiopians are proud of your own diverse heritage, so are we Eritreans of our rich heritage. Individuals who have devoted their entire lives for the belittling and ridiculing the cultural heritage of others are incapable of embracing their own, hence they are dismissed as paper tigers who are only a danger to themselves. We firmly believe that self respect starts and ends with you. Lets empower each other instead of being so hateful and envious of one another.

7. You should be happy to see non-Ethiopians making efforts to learn the Amharic language. The notion that says "anyone who speaks the Amharic language is trying to become an Ethiopian," is however a logical fallacy and an ethnic chauvinism indistinguishable from advanced ignorance to the benefits of being bilingual as the means to cross-cultural communication and fostering regional and global connections. We encourage such individuals to learn other languages and see if it diminishes their ethnic pride

The bottom line is lets respect each other and win for both people and stop interpreting things to what they are not.

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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by Temt » 11 Feb 2019, 14:22

Wow! brother Cigar, wedza Halal meriet! Thank you for well-placed statements. It is true that I hate, yes the word is "hate" for some of the Ethiopian leaders who have Eritrean blood stains on them. That will never change. That said, if the Ethiopians have this never-ending ego of getting mesmerized by their criminal leaders, let them enjoy the show. But we will not accept any kind of uninvited "medemer", "brotherhood" at the cost of our sovereignty. In other words, let the die-hard chauvinist of the Ethiopian people understand that Eritrean political independence, national sovereignty, and its territorial integrity is never negotiable. And no amount of zeraf! zeraf! is going to change that sacred stand of all Eritreans.
I too, take a serious exception to the so-called innocence of the Tegaru. "innocence, my foot"! Their "innocence" can only be ascertained by their actions they may take against the backstabbing criminal TPLF thugs. Anything short of that is tantamount to themselves being Weyanes.
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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by kerenite » 11 Feb 2019, 14:52

Blah..blah...inda higdef.

Zim billachihu TEDEMERU.

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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by Ethoash » 11 Feb 2019, 15:09

ciger

ይቂሎች ሁሉ መጨረሻ። አማሮች ሲወዱህ እወቅ፣ ሊወሩኝ ነው አትበል። ወረራ ድሮ ቀረ። እነተ ማለት ሚስት ህ አልፈግህም ብላ ሌዳ ከሌላ ወልዳ ከብዳ ስምህን በጥሩ ካነሳች ፣ አሁንም ትፈልገኛለች እያልክ እራስ ህን ማፅናናት መብት ህ ነው። ዛሬ አሰብን ወሰዱ ብለህ ለአበሾች በት ስጣቸው የሚጥቀምበት አታገኝም ጁብቲ እያለላቸው። ለትግሬዎች መፅዋ ነው የሚቀርበው፣ አስብን አይፈልጉትም። ታድያ የኤርትራ ጥቅሞ የት ጋ ነው። አማራ ብቻ ነው አሁንም ከእናንተ ፍቅር ያለው ። ታድያ ይህን ፍቅራቸውን ተጥቅመህ ብትጋልባቸው ይቻላል አንድ ሕዝብ ነን እያልክ። ዛሬ ኢትዬዽያ በጦር ኤርትራን ወደ ኢትዬዽያ ማጠቃለል አይችሉም አቅሙም ጉልበቱም ቢኖራቸው። ታድያ ለቅሶው ምንድነው ለማይሆን ነገር ።
መለስ ለገዳፊ (ለልቢያ መሪ ) በአንድ ግዜ እኛ አበሾች ከየመን ነው የመጣነው ፣ አርቦች ነን አለው ይባላል ታድያ ገዳፊ ቢሊዬን ዶላር ቤንዚን ማደያ invest አረገ ይባላል ። ጅቡቲ በዚህ በኩል መሪዋ አማርኛ እየተናገር ቢዝነሱን ያጦጥፋል ። ታድያ ገገማው የስሜን አጋሜ ያለቃቅስብናል። ልክ አቅም እንዳለው። even so UN rule prevented Amhara from waging war the un rule allowed Ethiopia to defend it self that mean if Eritrea started war that would be God sent for Amhar to get back their Assab port .. all they have to do is break up Assab and make it independent nation and get very good deal with them ... i come back just to kick u in head for one last time.. so stupid i hate stupid more then dokey Amhara who eat grass teff.

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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by Dawi » 11 Feb 2019, 15:48

Ethoash wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 15:09
ይቂሎች ሁሉ መጨረሻ። አማሮች ሲወዱህ እወቅ፣ ሊወሩኝ ነው አትበል። ወረራ ድሮ ቀረ። እነተ ማለት ሚስት ህ አልፈግህም ብላ ሌዳ ከሌላ ወልዳ ከብዳ ስምህን በጥሩ ካነሳች ፣ አሁንም ትፈልገኛለች እያልክ እራስ ህን ማፅናናት መብት ህ ነው።
Great analogy! ቆዳን ማዋደድ አስፈላጊ አይደለም፤
Ethoash wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 15:09
አማራ ብቻ ነው አሁንም ከእናንተ ፍቅር ያለው ። ታድያ ይህን ፍቅራቸውን ተጥቅመህ ብትጋልባቸው ይቻላል አንድ ሕዝብ ነን እያልክ።
ኢትዮ

ይህች አማራ ያደገቺው አሰብ ትግርኛም አቀላጥፋ ትናገራለች፣ የቋንቋው ጉዳይ ተገንጣይ "ሲጋር"ን ምናልባት ያረጋጋዋል፣ :P

ዘማሪት ዘርፌ ከበደ ፡ የፍቅርህ ምርኮኛ ነኝ እያለች ትጣራለች! She has a beautiful voice!


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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by Ethoash » 11 Feb 2019, 16:18

dwait

those Eritrean always get me when they ቆዳቸውን ሲያዋድዱ ። አሁን ማን ይሙት ማነ ነው በዚህ ሰላም ግርግር ተጠቃሚው .ያ የሰሜን አጋሜ ስጋራ፣ ኤርትራ ውስጥ ቁጭ ብሌ ሌሎቹ የሚቀምሱትን የግፍ ገፈት እሱም የሚቀምስ ቢሆን አንድ ነገር ። እሱ የመኪና እረኝነቱን እያጦጦፈ ሌላው ሚስኪን ላይ ይቀልዳል። አንድ ግዜ የንጉስ ዘር የሆንነው ኢትዬዽያዊያን ዛሬ ግዜ ጥሎን የአርብ የቤት ሰራተኛ ኖነናል ታድያ ግዜ እስኪያልፍ ፣ ያአባት ህ ባርያ ይግዛህ ነውና ፣ ጥርሳች ንን ነክሳን አገራችንን እየገባን ነው። ታድያ እቺ ብትቶ ኤርትራ ብትደመር እንድ ጅቡቲ ያምርባታል እንጂ ምን ኢትዬዽያ ትጠቀማልች ከዚህ ብትቶዋም ሕዝብ ። ጅቡቲ ለ፱፱ ዓመት ፈርንሳዬች ገዞት ምንም ለውጥ አላመጣችም ግን ኢትዬዽያ በራን ስታንኳኳ ግትተውን ነው ሳሎን ያስገቡን አንድ ነን እያሉ ሁለት ቢሊዎን ይቀበሉናል። ታድያ እነዚህ ጅቡቲዎች ሁሌም ብልጥ አነበሩም መንጌ መብራት እንስጣቹህ ብሏቸው ነበር ታድያ በግዜው የነበርው መሪ ፈርንሳዬች ተው ይቅርብህ መንጌ መብራት በፈለገው ግዜ እያጠፍ ይቆጣጠሩዋቹሀል ብሉት እንቢ አለ የመንጌን በጎነት ታድያ ይህ መሪ ከስ ህትቱ ተምሮ ጅቡቲን ፈርንሳይ አጎታል

this is golden djiboiuti


vs Eritrean even this thanks for golden


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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by sun » 11 Feb 2019, 17:06

Cigar wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 12:52
A friendly Eritrean advice to concerned and peace loving Ethiopians:

1. When you see our hands extending an olive branch, it is to indicate that we are offering you peace and neighborly love, not land, for our Eritrean sovereignty is non-negotiable. Suffice it to say that, drooling and salivating over an inch of Eritrean land, is akin to relinquishing the entire Gonder to the Sudan.

2. You are entitled to glorify, even worship, your Abyssinian heroes (the ones who have Eritrean blood on their hands) however way you feel like it, but rubbing it in our faces is like pouring salt on our open wound inflicted by the mass murderers you hail as "heroes." Remember that, one man's hero is another man's villain.

3. You won't catch us drawing the Eritrean map by incorporating Ethiopia as part of Eritrea, because doing so would be so childish, not to mention a total disrespect to your people and country. By the same token, we urge you to refrain from including Eritrea when drawing your Ethiopian map. Going to church does not make a person religious, nor does drawing the Ethiopian map with Eritrea included make Eritrea part of Ethiopia.

4. It's worth noting that in the eyes of the Eritrean people, all you Ethiopians are one and the same. We're not in the business of favoring Amhara over Oromo, or Tigray over Wolayta,...etc. So please stop assuming that our disdain for the Weyane regime is fueled by our "hatred" for the Tigray people. We don't hate people. Period.
(I have my resevation in this one, when it comes to the supposedly innocent and victims tegaru who as yet to hear them distancing themselves from woyane)

5 & 6. Just as you Ethiopians are proud of your own diverse heritage, so are we Eritreans of our rich heritage. Individuals who have devoted their entire lives for the belittling and ridiculing the cultural heritage of others are incapable of embracing their own, hence they are dismissed as paper tigers who are only a danger to themselves. We firmly believe that self respect starts and ends with you. Lets empower each other instead of being so hateful and envious of one another.

7. You should be happy to see non-Ethiopians making efforts to learn the Amharic language. The notion that says "anyone who speaks the Amharic language is trying to become an Ethiopian," is however a logical fallacy and an ethnic chauvinism indistinguishable from advanced ignorance to the benefits of being bilingual as the means to cross-cultural communication and fostering regional and global connections. We encourage such individuals to learn other languages and see if it diminishes their ethnic pride

The bottom line is lets respect each other and win for both people and stop interpreting things to what they are not.
hmm.... 8)

I agree with over 99% of what you have said. Thank you for your balanced and sober approach. The best approach for both countries is to stand independent and separate as a country respecting each other, cooperating with each other, trading with each other, learning from each other and teaching each other for the purpose of developing and promoting trusts and mutual understanding so as to make each other great again.

Wrong and emotional approaches, faulty details and inappropriate signals should not spoil the BIG PICTURE and the bright future smiling at us all from the corner around. One of the funniest and laughable provocative behavior is to include Eritrea within the Ethiopian Map as well as assuming that all those who speak Amharic are in love with the amharas and or Ethiopians for that matter and that only shows total lack of maturity and inability of learning an iota from history.



Forgiveness does not overlook the deed. It rises above it. ~P. Gobodo

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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by LeeVanCliff » 11 Feb 2019, 17:22

Ethoass aka subhuman, the most dumb person on this forum.
Could you please repeat what you wrote in your mother language.

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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by DefendTheTruth » 11 Feb 2019, 17:30

sun wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 17:06
Cigar wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 12:52
A friendly Eritrean advice to concerned and peace loving Ethiopians:

1. When you see our hands extending an olive branch, it is to indicate that we are offering you peace and neighborly love, not land, for our Eritrean sovereignty is non-negotiable. Suffice it to say that, drooling and salivating over an inch of Eritrean land, is akin to relinquishing the entire Gonder to the Sudan.

2. You are entitled to glorify, even worship, your Abyssinian heroes (the ones who have Eritrean blood on their hands) however way you feel like it, but rubbing it in our faces is like pouring salt on our open wound inflicted by the mass murderers you hail as "heroes." Remember that, one man's hero is another man's villain.

3. You won't catch us drawing the Eritrean map by incorporating Ethiopia as part of Eritrea, because doing so would be so childish, not to mention a total disrespect to your people and country. By the same token, we urge you to refrain from including Eritrea when drawing your Ethiopian map. Going to church does not make a person religious, nor does drawing the Ethiopian map with Eritrea included make Eritrea part of Ethiopia.

4. It's worth noting that in the eyes of the Eritrean people, all you Ethiopians are one and the same. We're not in the business of favoring Amhara over Oromo, or Tigray over Wolayta,...etc. So please stop assuming that our disdain for the Weyane regime is fueled by our "hatred" for the Tigray people. We don't hate people. Period.
(I have my resevation in this one, when it comes to the supposedly innocent and victims tegaru who as yet to hear them distancing themselves from woyane)

5 & 6. Just as you Ethiopians are proud of your own diverse heritage, so are we Eritreans of our rich heritage. Individuals who have devoted their entire lives for the belittling and ridiculing the cultural heritage of others are incapable of embracing their own, hence they are dismissed as paper tigers who are only a danger to themselves. We firmly believe that self respect starts and ends with you. Lets empower each other instead of being so hateful and envious of one another.

7. You should be happy to see non-Ethiopians making efforts to learn the Amharic language. The notion that says "anyone who speaks the Amharic language is trying to become an Ethiopian," is however a logical fallacy and an ethnic chauvinism indistinguishable from advanced ignorance to the benefits of being bilingual as the means to cross-cultural communication and fostering regional and global connections. We encourage such individuals to learn other languages and see if it diminishes their ethnic pride

The bottom line is lets respect each other and win for both people and stop interpreting things to what they are not.
hmm.... 8)

I agree with over 99% of what you have said. Thank you for your balanced and sober approach. The best approach for both countries is to stand independent and separate as a country respecting each other, cooperating with each other, trading with each other, learning from each other and teaching each other for the purpose of developing and promoting trusts and mutual understanding so as to make each other great again.

Wrong and emotional approaches, faulty details and inappropriate signals should not spoil the BIG PICTURE and the bright future smiling at us all from the corner around. One of the funniest and laughable provocative behavior is to include Eritrea within the Ethiopian Map as well as assuming that all those who speak Amharic are in love with the amharas and or Ethiopians for that matter and that only shows total lack of maturity and inability of learning an iota from history.



Forgiveness does not overlook the deed. It rises above it. ~P. Gobodo
balanced?

do you understand the meaning of balanced?

what has balanced got to do with mingeling with the internal affairs of others and get restless just because people decide to celebrated their past leaders as a symbol of African freedom and aspiration thereof, while many of these in your "balanced" were in fact traitors who s**ked the rear of those colonizers and other aspirants of colonialism?

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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by sun » 11 Feb 2019, 18:37

DefendTheTruth wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 17:30
sun wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 17:06
Cigar wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 12:52
A friendly Eritrean advice to concerned and peace loving Ethiopians:

1. When you see our hands extending an olive branch, it is to indicate that we are offering you peace and neighborly love, not land, for our Eritrean sovereignty is non-negotiable. Suffice it to say that, drooling and salivating over an inch of Eritrean land, is akin to relinquishing the entire Gonder to the Sudan.

2. You are entitled to glorify, even worship, your Abyssinian heroes (the ones who have Eritrean blood on their hands) however way you feel like it, but rubbing it in our faces is like pouring salt on our open wound inflicted by the mass murderers you hail as "heroes." Remember that, one man's hero is another man's villain.

3. You won't catch us drawing the Eritrean map by incorporating Ethiopia as part of Eritrea, because doing so would be so childish, not to mention a total disrespect to your people and country. By the same token, we urge you to refrain from including Eritrea when drawing your Ethiopian map. Going to church does not make a person religious, nor does drawing the Ethiopian map with Eritrea included make Eritrea part of Ethiopia.

4. It's worth noting that in the eyes of the Eritrean people, all you Ethiopians are one and the same. We're not in the business of favoring Amhara over Oromo, or Tigray over Wolayta,...etc. So please stop assuming that our disdain for the Weyane regime is fueled by our "hatred" for the Tigray people. We don't hate people. Period.
(I have my resevation in this one, when it comes to the supposedly innocent and victims tegaru who as yet to hear them distancing themselves from woyane)

5 & 6. Just as you Ethiopians are proud of your own diverse heritage, so are we Eritreans of our rich heritage. Individuals who have devoted their entire lives for the belittling and ridiculing the cultural heritage of others are incapable of embracing their own, hence they are dismissed as paper tigers who are only a danger to themselves. We firmly believe that self respect starts and ends with you. Lets empower each other instead of being so hateful and envious of one another.

7. You should be happy to see non-Ethiopians making efforts to learn the Amharic language. The notion that says "anyone who speaks the Amharic language is trying to become an Ethiopian," is however a logical fallacy and an ethnic chauvinism indistinguishable from advanced ignorance to the benefits of being bilingual as the means to cross-cultural communication and fostering regional and global connections. We encourage such individuals to learn other languages and see if it diminishes their ethnic pride

The bottom line is lets respect each other and win for both people and stop interpreting things to what they are not.
hmm.... 8)

I agree with over 99% of what you have said. Thank you for your balanced and sober approach. The best approach for both countries is to stand independent and separate as a country respecting each other, cooperating with each other, trading with each other, learning from each other and teaching each other for the purpose of developing and promoting trusts and mutual understanding so as to make each other great again.

Wrong and emotional approaches, faulty details and inappropriate signals should not spoil the BIG PICTURE and the bright future smiling at us all from the corner around. One of the funniest and laughable provocative behavior is to include Eritrea within the Ethiopian Map as well as assuming that all those who speak Amharic are in love with the amharas and or Ethiopians for that matter and that only shows total lack of maturity and inability of learning an iota from history.



Forgiveness does not overlook the deed. It rises above it. ~P. Gobodo
balanced?

do you understand the meaning of balanced?

what has balanced got to do with mingeling with the internal affairs of others and get restless just because people decide to celebrated their past leaders as a symbol of African freedom and aspiration thereof, while many of these in your "balanced" were in fact traitors who s**ked the rear of those colonizers and other aspirants of colonialism?
hmm... :P

I (SUN) suggest we stop getting emotional and talking bad about other people especially when it is not necessary. Instead better try to have the human empathy( the action of understanding, being aware of, being sensitive to the experiences, feelings, thoughts of another of either the past or present without having the feelings, thoughts, and experience fully communicated in an objectively explicit manner).

We can give empathy and receive empathy so as to enrich each others feelings and thoughts so that mutual understandings and mutual trusts may increase in a healthy productive manners. Putting your feet in another person's shoes and feeling for yourself as to how it really feels in practice for the other person is a wise and intelligent human behavior because it enriches both giver and the receiver turn by turn beyond expectations.

I am sure that Mamma Ethiopia and Mamma Eritrea will have the light in the heart and keep their contacts intact and through that keep building trust so as to become great again both individually and jointly.

What is the BIG DEAL here when we are living in a blessed region from where the very human species have emerged, in a wide open world of all possibilities where IMPOSSIBLE IS NOTHING!


“Turn your obstacles into opportunities and your problems into possibilities.” ~T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart :P

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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by Temt » 11 Feb 2019, 20:11

I must say that I agree with Sun's reasonable approach to what the neftegnas have been drooling about a nonexistent 'glory' in the past. But 'glory' or no glory, that is behind us. But adding insult to injury, bragging about the mischieve of those criminal leaders of Ethiopia is unhelpful if the victims and the aggressors were going to live peacefully and build a future of tranquility based on their mutual benefit.
'When it comes to the last emperor's behavior and criminal activities. it is absurd to suggest that Eritreans, Tigreans, Oromos, and others that have been victims of that mercurial dimwit dismiss his crimes because he was one of the leaders who helped create the OAU, for what it is worth. Such empty rhetoric is like saying don't fault a drunken husband for abusing his wife and kids for he was generous with his buddies in the bar. No, neftegnas can do what the hell they want to do with their leaders, but we, as Eritreans. would never accept the notion of aggrandizing a criminal for his bloodied hands are stained with an unerasable innocent Eritrean civilian blood. No Siree!

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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by mollamo » 11 Feb 2019, 20:17

i think the only way we Amharas CAN LEAVE IN IS AFTER SEPARATION FROM BANDA TPLF

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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by Revelations » 11 Feb 2019, 20:26

Just because you are neighbors, you can't tell your neighbors how to decorate their homes, what they should celebrate, what they eat, how they should dress etc. Get some good neighborly etiquette first!


Temt wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 20:11
I must say that I agree with Sun's reasonable approach to what the neftegnas have been drooling about a nonexistent 'glory' in the past. But 'glory' or no glory, that is behind us. But adding insult to injury, bragging about the mischieve of those criminal leaders of Ethiopia is unhelpful if the victims and the aggressors were going to live peacefully and build a future of tranquility based on their mutual benefit.
'When it comes to the last emperor's behavior and criminal activities. it is absurd to suggest that Eritreans, Tigreans, Oromos, and others that have been victims of that mercurial dimwit dismiss his crimes because he was one of the leaders who helped create the OAU, for what it is worth. Such empty rhetoric is like saying don't fault a drunken husband for abusing his wife and kids for he was generous with his buddies in the bar. No, neftegnas can do what the hell they want to do with their leaders, but we, as Eritreans. would never accept the notion of aggrandizing a criminal for his bloodied hands are stained with an unerasable innocent Eritrean civilian blood. No Siree!

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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by Temt » 11 Feb 2019, 20:48

Revelations wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 20:26
Just because you are neighbors, you can't tell your neighbors how to decorate their homes, what they should celebrate, what they eat, how they should dress etc. Get some good neighborly etiquette first!


Temt wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 20:11
I must say that I agree with Sun's reasonable approach to what the neftegnas have been drooling about a nonexistent 'glory' in the past. But 'glory' or no glory, that is behind us. But adding insult to injury, bragging about the mischieve of those criminal leaders of Ethiopia is unhelpful if the victims and the aggressors were going to live peacefully and build a future of tranquility based on their mutual benefit.
'When it comes to the last emperor's behavior and criminal activities. it is absurd to suggest that Eritreans, Tigreans, Oromos, and others that have been victims of that mercurial dimwit dismiss his crimes because he was one of the leaders who helped create the OAU, for what it is worth. Such empty rhetoric is like saying don't fault a drunken husband for abusing his wife and kids for he was generous with his buddies in the bar. No, neftegnas can do what the hell they want to do with their leaders, but we, as Eritreans. would never accept the notion of aggrandizing a criminal for his bloodied hands are stained with an unerasable innocent Eritrean civilian blood. No Siree!
Not necessarily. If the decorations are REMINDERS of the equipment(s) that were used to do harm to my people, you can bet your sweet patootie, that is crossing a Red Line considering that we are at peace.

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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by Ethoash » 12 Feb 2019, 01:25

Temt wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 20:48
Revelations wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 20:26
Not necessarily. If the decorations are REMINDERS of the equipment(s) that were used to do harm to my people, you can bet your sweet patootie, that is crossing a Red Line considering that we are at peace.
Temt, what realbull saying is yes, HIM fkd u good yes, Amhara colonized u very good to point of no return.. this part he admit but what he try to tell u is the Amhara have the right to hang the HIM PHOTO on the wall at their home not at Eritrean home ... as long as the Amhara r not crossing Eritrea and try to erect HIM STATUS IN Eritrea .. what ever going inside Ethiopia u have zero business
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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by Zmeselo » 12 Feb 2019, 01:36

You can build a 1000 HS status allover Ethiopia if you desire, but we're not talking about Ethiopia here but about the AU- which Eritrea happens to be (unneccessary in my view) a member of.

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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by Ethoash » 12 Feb 2019, 01:55

DefendTheTruth wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 17:30
sun wrote:
11 Feb 2019, 17:06
balanced?

do you understand the meaning of balanced?
DDT,

Dont mind Ato Sun, he is being a Galla .. when you grown up in Ethiopia u dont have friend who throw himself on girl and expecting to love him back... girl want a lay back personality u have to have poker face..

this idiot cigar telling us {{{One man's hero is another man's villain.}}} if this is truth his hero ISISIS AWARKI might be hero to him but for us he might be villain the same way to us HIM might be hero to him it might be villain so why not live by his logic and go home..

ciger give us ten instruction how to behave when we deal with super power Eritrea .. he had only one instruction how the super power Eritrea going to behave toward Ethiopia that is how to deal with the golden race.. then he take it back by saying he have reservation about golden race..

now pls someone tell me how in hell Eritrea going to be good to Amhara and oromo if they r not good to their closest kin who die with them and help them to win their victory... one Eritrea achieved victory with the help of golden they totally deny the tplf help and even claim they r the one who put TPLF IN POWER Even if that is the case tplf contributed even one man life to the victory why not recognized that .. then Meles signed the doted line and blessed their independent//// what thanks did the golden got taking over Badme by force and trigger civil war and cost us 100,000 death alone from Ethiopian side and the Eritrean refused to tell us how many they lost in badme war..

at badme war Ethiopian under the golden general start winning and marching toward Assmara the guy who said Eritrean army will never leave Badme even if sun refused to shine and said no to any kind of talk .. start calling Meles and beg Meles to save him for old time seek .. guess Meles first mistake stopping the marching golden army.. u thought Eritrean were great full for meles and they will make deal in good faith ..as normal person u might think that way .. but the Eritrean are snake once they got win that they did not got in war front ..they go for kill they refused all kind of face saving measure for Meles and they demand they will get every inch of Badme without no adjustment.... if they accept Meles face saving demand they might lose few land here and gain few land their and the file would have been clothed but they asking for their pound of flesh... guess what Meles have one more trick in his sleeve and he fix ISISIS AWARKI good by declaring no war no peace and kept Badme in Ethiopian hand.

now this rookie PM want to give them their badme saying it will kick start peace process .... trust me those Eritrean u must deal with them strictly by the book.. if Ethiopia must leave Badme then ISISIS AWARKI must pay kassa for starting the war.. if u let him win this one trust me he will never allow us to win anything look what he did the other day he closed the border does this people have no shame .. the Eritrean must learn we dont need them they need us they have to meet us under our condition... only idiot alone play alone and give the kitchen sink... everything must be spelled out on paper and both side must be sign it and we should follow everything by the book anything less then this to achieve peace we will lose both ..

how many time should i tell those buda and donkey galla we r 100 million Eritrean are only 2 million 4 million over 77 years and 1 million under age kids doesnt count .. so 1000 million vs 2 million if have to kissing their back it will never work.. look what the buda grass eater Amhara did last time they were crying Eritrean breaking away means like headless hen and they were crying river for Eritrean love but what those Eritrea did they go for kill thinking they will charge those idiot Amhara port fee and live without working guess what the meet their match the golden kid meles he told them go fk yourslef we will not going to use ur port and look what he did to them that is beyond what HIM DID TO THEM that was beyond what Mengistu Haile Mariam ... without firing one gun the golden kid Meles make Eritrea to be refugee in Ethiopia and slave in Yemen, kidney supplier in Libya dinner at red sea.. criminal in Saudi all this crime achieved under mELES BUT THEY HATE MORE HIM ..

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Re: One man's hero is another man's villain.

Post by Ethoash » 12 Feb 2019, 02:03

Zmeselo wrote:
12 Feb 2019, 01:36
You can build a 1000 HS status allover Ethiopia if you desire, but we're not talking about Ethiopia here but about the AU- which Eritrea happens to be (unneccessary in my view) a member of.
zMELES,

HIM JUDGED what he did for Africa .. not for Ethiopia not for Eritrea .. the question is did HIM did good for Africa as whole if the answer is yes. it end right there

let me lower it down .. r u judging ISISIS AWERKI what he did after 1991 or before .. if someone ask u is he the founding father of Eritrea you must say yes, but if someone ask u is he a good leader u must say he is evil ... if u cant separate the two then u r one slave Eritrea ///

if HIM is judged by what he done to Eritrea then can u find me one African leader that fit the bill to that standard... UN STARTED BY COLONIZER TOO FOR sure most of them had colony at that time that is why HIM GONE THEIR AND LAUGHED AT ...

The Martin Luther King HAVE love child that means he cheated on his wife.. the question was he responsible for civil right the answer is yes, if The Martin Luther King were lived in today world he would have been destroyed before he achieved his civil right movement///

by the way can u list what HIM did to Eritrea and what ISISIS AWARKI did to Eritrea and compere those two and tell me which one of them are more evil....
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