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@Eritrea: Three Imperatives Eritrea Must Know That Might Lead To Its Existential Threat!

Post by AbebeB » 14 Mar 2019, 10:05

Eritrea in its relation with Oromo Nation seems to become to read line where crossing this red line might lead to its potential threat or by not crossing the red line its harmonious co-existence with Oromo Nation might be re-considered.

Historically, in view of Oromo Nation and the horn of Africa, Eritrea made two strategic errors
1. In support of TPLF, Isayas of Eritrea fought Oromo Nation in its native land and enhanced ousting of OLF from then TG of Ethiopia.

2. Eventually turned its face against TPLF and lost Bademe to Amhara advised TPLF regime war between Ethiopia and Eritrea. By virtue of Oromo struggle led by OLF in particular by severe struggle of Qeerroo Bilisummaa Oromoo against tyranny habesha regime, Eritrea recovered its lost land, though its soldiers martyr didn’t bring a result.

In a contemporary political situation of Horn of Africa, Eritrea is approaching red line drawn to mark for relationship between Oromo Nation and the miniature country Eritrea.Hence,

3. If Eritrea decides to side Amhara government led by Col. Abiy Amhmed and pledge military and armament support, it will make end of the game. No matter what the outcome of war between Oromo Nation and Amhara government of Col. Abiy will be, but for sure, Eritrea’s potential existence as a country will absolutely end.

So the government of President Isayas and Eritean elsewhere should critically think on this forthcoming very serious issue.

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Re: @Eritrea: Three Imperatives Eritrea Must Know That Might Lead To Its Existential Threat!

Post by Zmeselo » 14 Mar 2019, 10:18

Tplf propaganda, disguised as oromo concern.

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Re: @Eritrea: Three Imperatives Eritrea Must Know That Might Lead To Its Existential Threat!

Post by AbebeB » 14 Mar 2019, 10:22

Can you first identify yourself, if you are Eritrean? Or whose surrogate are you?

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Re: @Eritrea: Three Imperatives Eritrea Must Know That Might Lead To Its Existential Threat!

Post by Benn » 14 Mar 2019, 11:25

This a.agg.me is so terrified that the only hope that he sees to save his ag.ggame @ss is by sucking Oromo Diii.ck !!! The ag.games think that they can hoodwink the Oromos into helping them fight to keeping the lands that the ag.ames stole from Eritrea and the Amharas (by creating fantom Enmity among Ethiopians).


These ag.ames also believe that they have now successfully disengaged Oromos from the Amharas using Social media Propaganda campaign. Now they are trying to play their usually Social media campaign to alienate Eritreans and Oromos. But, we Eritreans have no interest in Ethiopian internal political dynamics, and see Ethiopia as a unit led by its Federal Government ( Whoever leads it). Our only interest is getting our stolen lands from ther agames. Oromos, Amharas Somalis, Sidamas etc are our brothers !


AbebeB wrote:
14 Mar 2019, 10:05
Eritrea in its relation with Oromo Nation seems to become to read line where crossing this red line might lead to its potential threat or by not crossing the red line its harmonious co-existence with Oromo Nation might be re-considered.

Historically, in view of Oromo Nation and the horn of Africa, Eritrea made two strategic errors
1. In support of TPLF, Isayas of Eritrea fought Oromo Nation in its native land and enhanced ousting of OLF from then TG of Ethiopia.

2. Eventually turned its face against TPLF and lost Bademe to Amhara advised TPLF regime war between Ethiopia and Eritrea. By virtue of Oromo struggle led by OLF in particular by severe struggle of Qeerroo Bilisummaa Oromoo against tyranny habesha regime, Eritrea recovered its lost land, though its soldiers martyr didn’t bring a result.

In a contemporary political situation of Horn of Africa, Eritrea is approaching red line drawn to mark for relationship between Oromo Nation and the miniature country Eritrea.Hence,

3. If Eritrea decides to side Amhara government led by Col. Abiy Amhmed and pledge military and armament support, it will make end of the game. No matter what the outcome of war between Oromo Nation and Amhara government of Col. Abiy will be, but for sure, Eritrea’s potential existence as a country will absolutely end.

So the government of President Isayas and Eritean elsewhere should critically think on this forthcoming very serious issue.

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Re: @Eritrea: Three Imperatives Eritrea Must Know That Might Lead To Its Existential Threat!

Post by AbebeB » 14 Mar 2019, 18:13

Benn,
What makes you desperate?

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Re: @Eritrea: Three Imperatives Eritrea Must Know That Might Lead To Its Existential Threat!

Post by AbebeB » 15 Mar 2019, 19:37

Those who copy this style and post topic that sound similar should acknowledge the source.

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Re: @Eritrea: Three Imperatives Eritrea Must Know That Might Lead To Its Existential Threat!

Post by Cowboy Humera » 15 Mar 2019, 22:05

I also share my digital compatriot AbebeB's concerns about the fate of Eritrea in the coming months. If Eritrea is to survive as an independent nation it should forfeit its claims on Badme and hand over both the Massawa and Assab ports to the Greater Tigrai Republic. I didn't spend 9 years on this forum because I love blogging, but to teach Eritreans how to live in peace with Tigrai by allowing us to create our Tigrai democratic republic. The ugum shabo are hard to teach. Wesf'attam! :evil:

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Re: @Eritrea: Three Imperatives Eritrea Must Know That Might Lead To Its Existential Threat!

Post by AbebeB » 16 Mar 2019, 12:21

Cowboy Humera,
Let then know that there is no way to mischievous anymore. This time genuine approach only might work. Never dispute with starring Oromo Liberation Army (OLA) and Oromo Nation!

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