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Re: Brave Warriors eye the scalp of Eritrea in 2nd leg of the World Cup Qualifier

Post by Deqi-Arawit » 11 Sep 2019, 03:52

Awash wrote:
11 Sep 2019, 01:42
Go [deleted] yourself, mushmush wedi40. You're as Agame as your deqi komarit tyrants. Shut the [deleted] up, [deleted].
Deqi-Arawit wrote:
11 Sep 2019, 00:46
Awash wrote:
10 Sep 2019, 18:35
Anyone of these homegrown teams could have beaten Namibia if they were representing a country ruled by humane and respectable government.

Dedebit graduate awetash.

Is that why Ethiopia under your agame arse lost 5 to Zero to the Nigerian Eagles? You are a mentally challenged agame on which your Buda agame eyes is displayed by this post. Now, let his eminence teach you one or two things. sport flourish in dictatorial society on which The leadership invest too much capital to create an image to the outside world that the country is run like a clock. Cuba, the tiny Carebean country has more olympic Gold medals than Democratic India, a country of 1.3 billion People. Before the unification of germany, East germany used to have more olympic medals than Canada..... As you see, Your agame logic is fxxcked up like any gebre ananiya agame logic. Buda Hasad
Dedebit graduate Awetash. :mrgreen:
Your mentally challenged agame need to seek approval from your supervisor If your post can smash on your face or not.

Btw, it seems you forgot that you are trying to convince that you are the son of the soil and at the same time, display such Joy and happiness that the Eritrean team lost against Namibia. 🤔🙄👎

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Re: Brave Warriors eye the scalp of Eritrea in 2nd leg of the World Cup Qualifier

Post by Zmeselo » 11 Sep 2019, 04:02

Awusha is so stupid, it's beyond measurement.

Before trying to teach me, that 1962 is before Shaebia time :roll: go figure och first why I posted those pics & who it was addressed to.

Or is "present", your second nick? I was talking to that cockroach, not to your seraqi wedi mebellet self.

Why are you btw insulting ppl left and right? Would you stand in a fist- fight?

I very much doubt!

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Re: Brave Warriors eye the scalp of Eritrea in 2nd leg of the World Cup Qualifier

Post by Awash » 11 Sep 2019, 04:14

Meanwhile, deqi komarit,: :lol: :mrgreen:
Namibia Amongst Top 20 Free Press Nations

21 APRIL 2016. The Namibian (Windhoek)

Namibia is ranked 17th out of 180 countries when it comes to press freedom according to the just announced 2016 World Press Freedom Index.

Although this may be a feat for Namibia (which maintains the position from last year), critical Namibian journalists still feel safer on the internet, where they are not subject to control in an environment where self-censorship is common in the state-owned media.
https://allafrica.com/stories/201604221015.html
World Press Freedom Index 2019


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Re: Brave Warriors eye the scalp of Eritrea in 2nd leg of the World Cup Qualifier

Post by Awash » 11 Sep 2019, 04:21

Rwanda easily beat Seychelles 7-0 to move to the next round
https://regionweek.com/2022-world-cup-q ... ext-round/

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Re: Brave Warriors eye the scalp of Eritrea in 2nd leg of the World Cup Qualifier

Post by Zmeselo » 11 Sep 2019, 04:30

Identity crises!

You're neither from Rwanda or Namibia, but tgray. Which has nothing! :lol:


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Re: Brave Warriors eye the scalp of Eritrea in 2nd leg of the World Cup Qualifier

Post by present » 11 Sep 2019, 06:47

Ascaris rank worst than thier counterparts Djibouti and Somali. They are good at selling thier pus'sy in Addis and Nazareth and begging on the streets of Addis

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Re: Brave Warriors eye the scalp of Eritrea in 2nd leg of the World Cup Qualifier

Post by Kuasmeda » 11 Sep 2019, 06:58

Mr. Son of a [email protected]! Still traumatized of Eritreans who abused you during your childhood. Do you still remember when a dozens were faking you mom in a 30 minnutes interval. Sorry, I couldn't help you to recover from your post traumatic syndrome :lol: :lol: :lol:
present wrote:
11 Sep 2019, 06:47
Ascaris rank worst than thier counterparts Djibouti and Somali. They are good at selling thier pus'sy in Addis and Nazareth and begging on the streets of Addis

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Re: Brave Warriors eye the scalp of Eritrea in 2nd leg of the World Cup Qualifier

Post by Awash » 11 Sep 2019, 08:26

Mushmush Agame, tell that to your Agame deqi komarit. Get it through your thick Agame skull.
Zmeselo wrote:
11 Sep 2019, 04:30
Identity crises!

You're neither from Rwanda or Namibia, but tgray. Which has nothing! :lol:

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Re: Brave Warriors eye the scalp of Eritrea in 2nd leg of the World Cup Qualifier

Post by Awash » 11 Sep 2019, 08:33

Zmeselo wrote:
11 Sep 2019, 04:35
Classy!

Fessmedda agame :mrgreen: :lol: :lol:

Djibouti defy odds,...
https://www.capitalfm.co.ke/sports/2019 ... et-record/

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Re: Brave Warriors eye the scalp of Eritrea in 2nd leg of the World Cup Qualifier

Post by Awash » 11 Sep 2019, 09:13

Zmeselo wrote:
11 Sep 2019, 04:30
Identity crises!

You're neither from Rwanda or Namibia, but tgray. Which has nothing! :lol:

:lol: :mrgreen: :oops: :oops:
Case Closed:
By the preponderance of the evidence, and beyond the reasonable doubt
:mrgreen: :lol: :mrgreen:



◾4. H.E. Ras Hagos Mirtcha. He was k. in battle with Ras Alula in Shire, 19th January 1897, having had issue,a son: ◾a. Dejazmatch Abraha Hagos. m. 10th July 1896, Woizero Attenesh (b. ca. 1880), eldest daughter of H.H. Ras Mangasha Yohannes, Prince of Tigray. [He may have had issue, four sons: ◾i. H.E. Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha. Governor of Wollo in 1964.
◾ii. Captain Mekkonen Abraha. Cmsnd. Imperial Ethiopian Navy, retd. as Capt. m. (a) a daughter of Dejazmatch Ghebray, educ. Empress Menen Sch., Addis Ababa, by whom he had two children.
◾iii. Ato Hagos Abraha, educ. Tafari Makkonen Sch., Addis Abbaba. Employed with National Bank.
◾iv. Ato Afewerq Abraha. Employed with the Ministry of Land Reform, at Mekele, Tigray. m. Woizero Adanech Berhe, daughter of Woizero Medhin Berad, sister of Fitawrawri Kidane Mesel, from Adowa. He had issue: ◾1a. Ato Amare Afewerki.
◾2a. Ato Isayas Afewerki. b. at Asmara, 2nd February 1946, educ. Addis Ababa Univ., Joined Eritrean People's Liberation Front in 1966, Commissar 1966-1967, Dep. Divisional Cdr. 1967-1969, Co-Founder Eritrean People's Liberation Front (EPLF) 1970, Dep. Gen-Sec. 1977-1978, Sec-Gen. 1978-1994, Presdt. Eritrean People's Front of Democracy and Justice since 1994, Sec-Gen. of the Govt. & C-in-C 1991-1993, Presdt. & C-in-C of Eritrea since 1993. m. Woizero Saba Haile, of Shimezana, Eritrea.
◾3a. Ato Amanuel Afewerq
◾4a. Ato Ermias Afewrq.
◾5a. Ato Yonas Afewerq.
◾1a. Woizero Tsigereda Afewerq.
◾2a. Woizero Arian Afewerki.
http://www.royalark.net/Ethiopia/tigray5.htm
...Family background of the Eritrean tyrant
Isayas' father, Ato Afewerq/ki is from Adi Tanqua-Milash/Tembien and they trace their roots to Agame Awraja of Tigray in Ethiopia.

Isayas's father used to work in Mekele, the capital of Tigray Province. Isayas's father used to work at the Ministry of Land Reform until his retirement. Until he died, those who knew him in Tigray used to identify him as "the man who wears a black suit, a black "cravat"/neck tie and a black hat."

Isayas's Mother Woz. Adanech Berhe is from Adwa in Tigray. This is also the birthplace of the father of Prime Minister Meles Zenawi of Ethiopia.

Isayas's uncles (via his father) are: Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha, Captain Mekonnen Abraha, Ato Hagos Abraha.

Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha (Isayas's uncle) was the Enderassie/Governor of Wollo province in Ethiopia during the reign of Emperor Haileselassie. In 1964 (E.C.), ae Tigray cultural group based in Mekele visited Dessie, the Capital City of Wollo after their tour to Asmara. The Governor of Wollo at the time, Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha, (the Eritrean President's uncle), in a special dinner, organised in their honour expressed his pleasure and gratitude to the Cultural Group for their initiative of popularising the Tigrean folklore music and dances and he told them that he was a Tigrean himself.

Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha revealed to them that his own mother was from Agame Awraja in Beganta-Afeshum Woreda (sub-district) in a village called Qil-a-at" in Tigray, Ethiopia. He also told them that his father was from Tenbien in Tigray.

Navy Captain Mekonnen Abraha was "married" to the daughter of Dejazmatch Ghebray, who was a student at Empress Menen School in Addis Ababa and he is believed to have children from her. Ato Hagos Abraha was a student at Teferi Mekonnen School in Addis Ababa in the mid 1940s. He discontinued his studies due to ill health and later died when he was working at the National Bank in Addis Ababa.

...Isayas's grandmother (on his mother's side) is called Woz. Medhin "Berad" and she is from Adwa in Tigray. She is the sister of Fitawrari Kidane Mesel.

It is also alleged that Fitawrari Kidane is the father of either Ato Kassahun or Ato Yemane Kidane (otherwise known as "Jamaica") of the TPLF/EPRDF ruling group of Ethiopia. If this is true, it implies that Ato "Jamaica" and Isayas Afewerki of Eritrea are in a sense brothers by our Eritrean/Ethiopian definition but a cousin in Western sense
. It is also said that some of the closest people around Isayas Afewerki also have a Tigrean blood. In short, many of those who are fanatic anti-Ethiopia in Asmara are mainly Tigreans/Ethiopians by origin and those who have had strong links and connections with Tigray, in particular, and Ethiopia, in general.

Isayas's aunt (the sister of Isayas's mother) is called Woz. Hana. She is the wife of Ato Belay. Both Woz. Hana and Ato Belay are from Adwa. It is alleged that their children are living in Sweden.

Isayas's uncle (on his mother's side) is married to a woman from Adwa and has a daughter named Woz. Zewdi, who is now said to be living in Germany.

From the above information, the only "Eritreanness" of Isayas Afewerki is that he was born in Eritrean soil and he is married to Woz. Saba Haile of Shimezana of Eritrea.

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Re: Brave Warriors eye the scalp of Eritrea in 2nd leg of the World Cup Qualifier

Post by Zmeselo » 11 Sep 2019, 09:34

:oops: Tgray has nothing anyway, whether or not these ppl you're talking about are from there. Calling them agame doesn't make you rwandan or namibian, does it? :roll:

It doesn't change that fact.

Btw, case is far from closed.

Anyone can concoct a story, or fake news. What's mindboggling and which shows how deluded you're is to ask us to take what a weyane mafia official has to say, at face value.

Of course he would be elated, if PIA is somehow related to him. All weyanes worship Isaias Afwerki, from Meles- qeles on down.
Awash wrote:
11 Sep 2019, 09:13
Zmeselo wrote:
11 Sep 2019, 04:30
Identity crises!

You're neither from Rwanda or Namibia, but tgray. Which has nothing! :lol:

:lol: :mrgreen: :oops: :oops:
Case Closed:
By the preponderance of the evidence, and beyond the reasonable doubt
:mrgreen: :lol: :mrgreen:



◾4. H.E. Ras Hagos Mirtcha. He was k. in battle with Ras Alula in Shire, 19th January 1897, having had issue,a son: ◾a. Dejazmatch Abraha Hagos. m. 10th July 1896, Woizero Attenesh (b. ca. 1880), eldest daughter of H.H. Ras Mangasha Yohannes, Prince of Tigray. [He may have had issue, four sons: ◾i. H.E. Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha. Governor of Wollo in 1964.
◾ii. Captain Mekkonen Abraha. Cmsnd. Imperial Ethiopian Navy, retd. as Capt. m. (a) a daughter of Dejazmatch Ghebray, educ. Empress Menen Sch., Addis Ababa, by whom he had two children.
◾iii. Ato Hagos Abraha, educ. Tafari Makkonen Sch., Addis Abbaba. Employed with National Bank.
◾iv. Ato Afewerq Abraha. Employed with the Ministry of Land Reform, at Mekele, Tigray. m. Woizero Adanech Berhe, daughter of Woizero Medhin Berad, sister of Fitawrawri Kidane Mesel, from Adowa. He had issue: ◾1a. Ato Amare Afewerki.
◾2a. Ato Isayas Afewerki. b. at Asmara, 2nd February 1946, educ. Addis Ababa Univ., Joined Eritrean People's Liberation Front in 1966, Commissar 1966-1967, Dep. Divisional Cdr. 1967-1969, Co-Founder Eritrean People's Liberation Front (EPLF) 1970, Dep. Gen-Sec. 1977-1978, Sec-Gen. 1978-1994, Presdt. Eritrean People's Front of Democracy and Justice since 1994, Sec-Gen. of the Govt. & C-in-C 1991-1993, Presdt. & C-in-C of Eritrea since 1993. m. Woizero Saba Haile, of Shimezana, Eritrea.
◾3a. Ato Amanuel Afewerq
◾4a. Ato Ermias Afewrq.
◾5a. Ato Yonas Afewerq.
◾1a. Woizero Tsigereda Afewerq.
◾2a. Woizero Arian Afewerki.
http://www.royalark.net/Ethiopia/tigray5.htm
...Family background of the Eritrean tyrant
Isayas' father, Ato Afewerq/ki is from Adi Tanqua-Milash/Tembien and they trace their roots to Agame Awraja of Tigray in Ethiopia.

Isayas's father used to work in Mekele, the capital of Tigray Province. Isayas's father used to work at the Ministry of Land Reform until his retirement. Until he died, those who knew him in Tigray used to identify him as "the man who wears a black suit, a black "cravat"/neck tie and a black hat."

Isayas's Mother Woz. Adanech Berhe is from Adwa in Tigray. This is also the birthplace of the father of Prime Minister Meles Zenawi of Ethiopia.

Isayas's uncles (via his father) are: Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha, Captain Mekonnen Abraha, Ato Hagos Abraha.

Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha (Isayas's uncle) was the Enderassie/Governor of Wollo province in Ethiopia during the reign of Emperor Haileselassie. In 1964 (E.C.), ae Tigray cultural group based in Mekele visited Dessie, the Capital City of Wollo after their tour to Asmara. The Governor of Wollo at the time, Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha, (the Eritrean President's uncle), in a special dinner, organised in their honour expressed his pleasure and gratitude to the Cultural Group for their initiative of popularising the Tigrean folklore music and dances and he told them that he was a Tigrean himself.

Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha revealed to them that his own mother was from Agame Awraja in Beganta-Afeshum Woreda (sub-district) in a village called Qil-a-at" in Tigray, Ethiopia. He also told them that his father was from Tenbien in Tigray.

Navy Captain Mekonnen Abraha was "married" to the daughter of Dejazmatch Ghebray, who was a student at Empress Menen School in Addis Ababa and he is believed to have children from her. Ato Hagos Abraha was a student at Teferi Mekonnen School in Addis Ababa in the mid 1940s. He discontinued his studies due to ill health and later died when he was working at the National Bank in Addis Ababa.

...Isayas's grandmother (on his mother's side) is called Woz. Medhin "Berad" and she is from Adwa in Tigray. She is the sister of Fitawrari Kidane Mesel.

It is also alleged that Fitawrari Kidane is the father of either Ato Kassahun or Ato Yemane Kidane (otherwise known as "Jamaica") of the TPLF/EPRDF ruling group of Ethiopia. If this is true, it implies that Ato "Jamaica" and Isayas Afewerki of Eritrea are in a sense brothers by our Eritrean/Ethiopian definition but a cousin in Western sense
. It is also said that some of the closest people around Isayas Afewerki also have a Tigrean blood. In short, many of those who are fanatic anti-Ethiopia in Asmara are mainly Tigreans/Ethiopians by origin and those who have had strong links and connections with Tigray, in particular, and Ethiopia, in general.

Isayas's aunt (the sister of Isayas's mother) is called Woz. Hana. She is the wife of Ato Belay. Both Woz. Hana and Ato Belay are from Adwa. It is alleged that their children are living in Sweden.

Isayas's uncle (on his mother's side) is married to a woman from Adwa and has a daughter named Woz. Zewdi, who is now said to be living in Germany.

From the above information, the only "Eritreanness" of Isayas Afewerki is that he was born in Eritrean soil and he is married to Woz. Saba Haile of Shimezana of Eritrea.

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Re: Brave Warriors eye the scalp of Eritrea in 2nd leg of the World Cup Qualifier

Post by Awash » 11 Sep 2019, 11:40

Case closed, Agame boy.
Zmeselo wrote:
11 Sep 2019, 09:34
:oops: Tgray has nothing anyway, whether or not these ppl you're talking about are from there. Calling them agame doesn't make you rwandan or namibian, does it? :roll:

It doesn't change that fact.

Btw, case is far from closed.

Anyone can concoct a story, or fake news. What's mindboggling and which shows how deluded you're is to ask us to take what a weyane mafia official has to say, at face value.

Of course he would be elated, if PIA is somehow related to him. All weyanes worship Isaias Afwerki, from Meles- qeles on down.
Awash wrote:
11 Sep 2019, 09:13
Zmeselo wrote:
11 Sep 2019, 04:30
Identity crises!

You're neither from Rwanda or Namibia, but tgray. Which has nothing! :lol:

:lol: :mrgreen: :oops: :oops:
Case Closed:
By the preponderance of the evidence, and beyond the reasonable doubt
:mrgreen: :lol: :mrgreen:



◾4. H.E. Ras Hagos Mirtcha. He was k. in battle with Ras Alula in Shire, 19th January 1897, having had issue,a son: ◾a. Dejazmatch Abraha Hagos. m. 10th July 1896, Woizero Attenesh (b. ca. 1880), eldest daughter of H.H. Ras Mangasha Yohannes, Prince of Tigray. [He may have had issue, four sons: ◾i. H.E. Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha. Governor of Wollo in 1964.
◾ii. Captain Mekkonen Abraha. Cmsnd. Imperial Ethiopian Navy, retd. as Capt. m. (a) a daughter of Dejazmatch Ghebray, educ. Empress Menen Sch., Addis Ababa, by whom he had two children.
◾iii. Ato Hagos Abraha, educ. Tafari Makkonen Sch., Addis Abbaba. Employed with National Bank.
◾iv. Ato Afewerq Abraha. Employed with the Ministry of Land Reform, at Mekele, Tigray. m. Woizero Adanech Berhe, daughter of Woizero Medhin Berad, sister of Fitawrawri Kidane Mesel, from Adowa. He had issue: ◾1a. Ato Amare Afewerki.
◾2a. Ato Isayas Afewerki. b. at Asmara, 2nd February 1946, educ. Addis Ababa Univ., Joined Eritrean People's Liberation Front in 1966, Commissar 1966-1967, Dep. Divisional Cdr. 1967-1969, Co-Founder Eritrean People's Liberation Front (EPLF) 1970, Dep. Gen-Sec. 1977-1978, Sec-Gen. 1978-1994, Presdt. Eritrean People's Front of Democracy and Justice since 1994, Sec-Gen. of the Govt. & C-in-C 1991-1993, Presdt. & C-in-C of Eritrea since 1993. m. Woizero Saba Haile, of Shimezana, Eritrea.
◾3a. Ato Amanuel Afewerq
◾4a. Ato Ermias Afewrq.
◾5a. Ato Yonas Afewerq.
◾1a. Woizero Tsigereda Afewerq.
◾2a. Woizero Arian Afewerki.
http://www.royalark.net/Ethiopia/tigray5.htm
...Family background of the Eritrean tyrant
Isayas' father, Ato Afewerq/ki is from Adi Tanqua-Milash/Tembien and they trace their roots to Agame Awraja of Tigray in Ethiopia.

Isayas's father used to work in Mekele, the capital of Tigray Province. Isayas's father used to work at the Ministry of Land Reform until his retirement. Until he died, those who knew him in Tigray used to identify him as "the man who wears a black suit, a black "cravat"/neck tie and a black hat."

Isayas's Mother Woz. Adanech Berhe is from Adwa in Tigray. This is also the birthplace of the father of Prime Minister Meles Zenawi of Ethiopia.

Isayas's uncles (via his father) are: Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha, Captain Mekonnen Abraha, Ato Hagos Abraha.

Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha (Isayas's uncle) was the Enderassie/Governor of Wollo province in Ethiopia during the reign of Emperor Haileselassie. In 1964 (E.C.), ae Tigray cultural group based in Mekele visited Dessie, the Capital City of Wollo after their tour to Asmara. The Governor of Wollo at the time, Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha, (the Eritrean President's uncle), in a special dinner, organised in their honour expressed his pleasure and gratitude to the Cultural Group for their initiative of popularising the Tigrean folklore music and dances and he told them that he was a Tigrean himself.

Dejazmatch Solomon Abraha revealed to them that his own mother was from Agame Awraja in Beganta-Afeshum Woreda (sub-district) in a village called Qil-a-at" in Tigray, Ethiopia. He also told them that his father was from Tenbien in Tigray.

Navy Captain Mekonnen Abraha was "married" to the daughter of Dejazmatch Ghebray, who was a student at Empress Menen School in Addis Ababa and he is believed to have children from her. Ato Hagos Abraha was a student at Teferi Mekonnen School in Addis Ababa in the mid 1940s. He discontinued his studies due to ill health and later died when he was working at the National Bank in Addis Ababa.

...Isayas's grandmother (on his mother's side) is called Woz. Medhin "Berad" and she is from Adwa in Tigray. She is the sister of Fitawrari Kidane Mesel.

It is also alleged that Fitawrari Kidane is the father of either Ato Kassahun or Ato Yemane Kidane (otherwise known as "Jamaica") of the TPLF/EPRDF ruling group of Ethiopia. If this is true, it implies that Ato "Jamaica" and Isayas Afewerki of Eritrea are in a sense brothers by our Eritrean/Ethiopian definition but a cousin in Western sense
. It is also said that some of the closest people around Isayas Afewerki also have a Tigrean blood. In short, many of those who are fanatic anti-Ethiopia in Asmara are mainly Tigreans/Ethiopians by origin and those who have had strong links and connections with Tigray, in particular, and Ethiopia, in general.

Isayas's aunt (the sister of Isayas's mother) is called Woz. Hana. She is the wife of Ato Belay. Both Woz. Hana and Ato Belay are from Adwa. It is alleged that their children are living in Sweden.

Isayas's uncle (on his mother's side) is married to a woman from Adwa and has a daughter named Woz. Zewdi, who is now said to be living in Germany.

From the above information, the only "Eritreanness" of Isayas Afewerki is that he was born in Eritrean soil and he is married to Woz. Saba Haile of Shimezana of Eritrea.

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Re: Brave Warriors eye the scalp of Eritrea in 2nd leg of the World Cup Qualifier

Post by Degnet » 11 Sep 2019, 11:43

Zmeselo wrote:
10 Sep 2019, 21:54
Just remember you cünt, that the only African cup your country ever held was brought to you by "ascari" players, biiatch!

Ask your pímp asswash to post their pics, hoe! :lol:
present wrote:
10 Sep 2019, 21:46
No surprise!

The tiny ascaris are worst than their counterparts Djibouti and Somalia

Abzia asehiqkani,I wish I was so tricky some times.

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Re: Brave Warriors eye the scalp of Eritrea in 2nd leg of the World Cup Qualifier

Post by present » 13 Sep 2019, 06:29

Ascari qoackroch qorchame, :lol:

Why are you upset? :lol:

I am only telling the truth. You Ascari Eritreans are begging on the street of Addis and you eat qoackroch- what's new? :lol: :lol: :lol:


Kuasmeda wrote:
11 Sep 2019, 06:58
Mr. Son of a [email protected]! Still traumatized of Eritreans who abused you during your childhood. Do you still remember when a dozens were faking you mom in a 30 minnutes interval. Sorry, I couldn't help you to recover from your post traumatic syndrome :lol: :lol: :lol:
present wrote:
11 Sep 2019, 06:47
Ascaris rank worst than thier counterparts Djibouti and Somali. They are good at selling thier pus'sy in Addis and Nazareth and begging on the streets of Addis

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