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TPLF Top leadership should resign in mass

Post by eden » 16 Apr 2019, 18:21

I see no other action than mass resignation to meet the loss of lives for many at such young age. TPLF led at both regional and federal level . There's no escape then from total responsibility - being in the driver's seat of the economy for three decades.

All activists, media personalities, religious leaders and politcians from Tigray in particular speak up now or lose your credibility forever.

TPLF Top leadership take responsibility for this and others before this.

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P.s. I thought the recent boat tragedy was another propaganda story to tarnish Weyane as usual. But the story of youth that perished in search of better lives elsewhere is now confirmed.

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Re: TPLF Top leadership should resign in mass

Post by Axumawi » 16 Apr 2019, 18:39

eden wrote:
16 Apr 2019, 18:21
I see no other action than mass resignation to meet the loss of lives for many at such young age. TPLF led at both regional and federal level . There's no escape then from total responsibility - being in the driver's seat of the economy for three decades.

All activists, media personalities, religious leaders and politcians from Tigray in particular speak up now or lose your credibility forever.

TPLF Top leadership take responsibility for this and others before this.

_________
P.s. I thought the recent boat tragedy was another propaganda story to tarnish Weyane as usual. But the story of youth that perished in search of better lives elsewhere is now confirmed.
The political culture that somebody in the government should take responsibility is commendable.

This is human trafficking that should be folowed across the whole chain. It is highly organized, armed and has been going on.

It affects 3 kilils mainly. Amhara, Tigray and Afar.
At the very least the security people in Tigray government need to explain, how so many Tigreans went or were gathered for one crossing?

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Re: TPLF Top leadership should resign in mass

Post by Halafi Mengedi » 16 Apr 2019, 19:03

eden wrote:
16 Apr 2019, 18:21
I see no other action than mass resignation to meet the loss of lives for many at such young age. TPLF led at both regional and federal level . There's no escape then from total responsibility - being in the driver's seat of the economy for three decades.

All activists, media personalities, religious leaders and politcians from Tigray in particular speak up now or lose your credibility forever.

TPLF Top leadership take responsibility for this and others before this.

_________
P.s. I thought the recent boat tragedy was another propaganda story to tarnish Weyane as usual. But the story of youth that perished in search of better lives elsewhere is now confirmed.
You are not better than the so called educated and dependent of government citizens. Government can facilitate things, society create job and wealth and pay tax but in our society government educated them for free and government is expected to create a job as well, that is wrong and that is the reason we could not move one inch forward for thousands of years. The other point is these who left their home land from one woreda tells you that they do not work for themselves and improve their country but go to ready made country to live and they took that chance and they got their chance simple as that. In Tigray anyone is free to go anywhere any time unlike in Eritrea can be killed and they decided for their own fate and they are sole responsible for the end result.

Those people are not killed by government or anyone or they are not killed doing public work in mining or farming or doing bridges or dams but they are traitors do not want to do the extra sweat for their own homeland.
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Re: TPLF Top leadership should resign in mass

Post by Misraq » 16 Apr 2019, 21:10

Bravo Lowlanderu Eden,

You are coming to your senses. This is the beginning of the misery for tigrayans. The rest of Ethiopia used to such tragedy for the last 27 years.

You were loughing at our tragedy back then. The misguided and opportunists greedy policy of tplf is the only one to be blamed

Jimmy

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Re: TPLF Top leadership should resign in mass

Post by eden » 17 Apr 2019, 19:13

Halafi,

I disagree. If any given government doesn't take responsibility and is allowed to keep going regardless of delivering or not, it loses motivation to improve living conditions for society. You have to take them to account or they won't deliver. Bring in new leaders and keep replacing them until they know they get to keep power only if they deliver.

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Re: TPLF Top leadership should resign in mass

Post by Abdelaziz » 17 Apr 2019, 19:19

Kick out the frozen-brained debreporno ASAP! Kick out Getachew Reda the leflafi kiftaff-and-gemedaff anarchist ? Kick out Getachew Asefa and his clan ? Ba'stards like ebuy sibat and the bu'dagojie abaye tsehye should be deported back to their cursed ar'tera and mujaliam gojam respectively.

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Re: TPLF Top leadership should resign in mass

Post by Axumawi » 17 Apr 2019, 19:25

Halafi Mengedi wrote:
16 Apr 2019, 19:03
eden wrote:
16 Apr 2019, 18:21
I see no other action than mass resignation to meet the loss of lives for many at such young age. TPLF led at both regional and federal level . There's no escape then from total responsibility - being in the driver's seat of the economy for three decades.

All activists, media personalities, religious leaders and politcians from Tigray in particular speak up now or lose your credibility forever.

TPLF Top leadership take responsibility for this and others before this.

_________
P.s. I thought the recent boat tragedy was another propaganda story to tarnish Weyane as usual. But the story of youth that perished in search of better lives elsewhere is now confirmed.
You are not better than the so called educated and dependent of government citizens. Government can facilitate things, society create job and wealth and pay tax but in our society government educated them for free and government is expected to create a job as well, that is wrong and that is the reason we could not move one inch forward for thousands of years. The other point is these who left their home land from one woreda tells you that they do not work for themselves and improve their country but go to ready made country to live and they took that chance and they got their chance simple as that. In Tigray anyone is free to go anywhere any time unlike in Eritrea can be killed and they decided for their own fate and they are sole responsible for the end result.

Those people are not killed by government or anyone or they are not killed doing public work in mining or farming or doing bridges or dams but they are traitors do not want to do the extra sweat for their own homeland.
But to a major part the government is responsible. Fir example the government of Tigray had only trained some 15,000 being clearly told to look for obs on their own and start business. These were trained in trades..electrician, bricklayer, carpenter...etc.

Other than that university graduates are not being trained with skills other than the academic education etc to work for government.

If this skill trades school had continued the way it started..you would see skilled trades dominated even in other neighboring countries not just in Ethiopia. Then Brick layer can start Blockette making small industry which some have done. Electrician starts small shop..

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Re: TPLF Top leadership should resign in mass

Post by Abdelaziz » 17 Apr 2019, 19:44

The so-called un-employed youth are being given free and cheap loans amounting to 10s of thousands each in cash, which should never be done, coz they use that money to pay the smugglers who take them to their death bed at the High Seas, what a shame :roll: :roll: :roll: , it is the most stupid thing that is killing the youth in Ethiopia in general and Tigray in particular. The money should not be given in hand, it should be disbursed item for item when being used for the investment it was approved for. They should stop giving the loan money in cash to these untrustworthy youngsters for they'll use it to buy the rope they use to kill themselves with.
Opening so many universities, colleges and other countless schools was also a wrong idea when you do not know where ther graduates will work later on. It was better to keep them as shepherds and peasants.

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