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Statement by Eritrea’s Delegation at ICPD Conference

Post by Zmeselo » 14 Nov 2019, 10:31



Statement by Eritrea’s Delegation at ICPD Conference



http://shabait.com/news/local-news/2961 ... pd-meeting

Excellencies,

In 1994, when International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) was held in Cairo, Eritrea crafted its National Charter while celebrating its 1st de jure independence. In that Charter, it was clearly stated that;
the issue of women is a major social issue and a society that doesn’t respect the rights and equality of women cannot be truly considered liberated.
Hence, it funneled its financial wherewithal, including international support, to achieve these noble objectives.

In this respect, the GOE made education free for all; from elementary to tertiary level; increased number of schools from just 132 to 1987; NER in elementary school from 30% to 83.2%; in middle school from 6% to 48%. This was done with the objective of enhancing girls’ participation, retention and performance in education.

Eritrea has made healthcare services almost free with access to health care within 10 km radius for 80% and 5km radius for 60% of the population. In the same period, Maternal Mortality Rate was reduced by 74%, and, Neonatal Mortality by 73%. Eritrea is thus embarking on the SDG era having achieved all three Health MDGs. Life expectancy has increased from 47 to 66 years in the post-independence period.

FGM/C, has been forbidden and made punishable by law since 2007. This, coupled with regular awareness campaigns, has created encouraging sign towards eliminating it.

These achievements and the challenges ahead are good reasons for Eritrea to march to Nairobi with confidence, to finish the unfulfilled job in the near future. Hence, Eritrea will commit:

1. To make preventable maternal mortality and morbidities, zero by 2022. In doing so, it will further reformulate its existing UHC strategies, policies and programs to address the necessary sexual and reproductive health interventions. This will guarantee and ensure every individual’s right to bodily integrity, autonomy and reproductive rights.

2. To create access for all adolescents and youth, especially girls, to comprehensive and age-responsive information, education and friendly quality and timely services. This will enable them to make free and informed decisions and choices about their sexuality and reproductive lives, such as, unintended pregnancies, all forms of sexual and gender-based violence, harmful practices, and, sexually transmitted infections, including HIV/AIDS.

3. Eritrea will strive for Zero Sexual and Gender-based Violence and harmful practices, including zero child, early and forced marriage, as well as zero female genital mutilation.

4. Eritrea will commit to eliminate all forms of discrimination against women and girls, in order to realize their full socio-economic potential.

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Re: Statement by Eritrea’s Delegation at ICPD Conference

Post by Zmeselo » 14 Nov 2019, 10:49

Eritrea has been exonerated and remains! UN-vanquished!

Wednesday, 14 November 2018

Written by Sophia Tesfamariam

http://www.shabait.com/categoryblog/274 ... anquished-



In its 12 November 2018 news report, Reuters said:
…The United Nations Security Council is set to vote on Wednesday to lift a nearly decade-old arms embargo and targeted sanctions on Eritrea, diplomats said, after the country’s rapprochement with Ethiopia and thawing of relations with Djibouti… Diplomats, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the 15-member council completed negotiations on Monday and agreed on a British-drafted resolution to remove the sanctions, which were imposed in 2009 after U.N. experts accused Eritrea of supporting armed groups in Somalia. Eritrea has denied the accusations…A resolution needs nine votes in favor and no vetoes by the United States, China, Russia, Britain or France… Diplomats said Wednesday’s vote was likely to be unanimous…The draft resolution, seen by Reuters, would immediately remove the arms embargo and targeted sanctions - a travel ban and asset freeze - imposed on Eritrea…
While all that is great, there is something missing in the news report.

It fails to mention the fact that for nine long years, despite making outlandish accusations, the UN Monitors were unable to find any verifiable evidence to support the outrageous allegations. What Reuters also omits is the fact the minority regime in Ethiopia was the main informant against Eritrea, until its downfall a few months ago. But how does that happen? How does a country get sanctioned based on false allegations?

That is exactly the question Representative Dana Rohrabacher of California was asking when he wrote the following on Twitter:
…Kudos for lifting U.S. sanctions on Eritrea. The question is not that the sanctions should be lifted by the UNSC; but why & how the illegal and unjust sanctions were justified in the first place by the Obama Administration and its cronies….
The dishonest activities of the US Mission exposed by the leaked American Embassy Cables (via WikiLeaks), expose the cynical behavior of Ambassador Susan E. Rice and her team. The manner with which UN Security Council Resolution 1907 and 2013 were adopted exposed the ugly diplomatic arm-twisting, the behind the scenes skullduggery, and crude abuse of power against a small African state. The Council was hoodwinked by members of the Obama Administration, especially Ambassador Rice, who worked closely with Meles Zenawi’s regime in Ethiopia, to engineer the illegal, unjust, and unfair sanctions.

23 December 2009 will long be remembered by Eritreans as a day of evil, vengeance, and vendettas. On that day, Rice made these audacious comments to the press after the Security Council adopted the illegal and unjust Resolution 1907:
…I want to talk about the resolution we just adopted imposing sanctions on Eritrea. This was an African initiative. It was the consequence of a decision taken by the African Union… From the United States’ point of view, let me say that we have for many, many months sought a constructive dialogue with the government of Eritrea…We did not come to this decision with any joy – or with anything other than a desire to support the stability of peace in the region…
Despite its lengthy and righteous wording, Security Council Resolution 1907 smacked of shame, deceit, and treachery. That so-called “African initiative” illustrated abuse of power and utter contempt for the intelligence of Africans, in general, and the astute and conscious law-abiding people of Eritrea, in particular.



With the exception of a few gullible individuals, no self-respecting Eritrean believed that it was truly an “African initiative”. Their suspicions were not for naught. The very next day, on Christmas Eve, it became abundantly clear that it was not an “African initiative” when the 28-member Community of Sahel- Saharan States (CEN-SAD) issued a press release in connection with the sanctions against Eritrea and condemned the Security Council Resolution against Eritrea. Today, thanks to the revelations in the WikiLeaks cables, there is ample evidence to show that it was Meles Zenawi’s regime in Ethiopia and Susan E. Rice, the US Ambassador to the United Nations, that were the primary architects of the sanctions regime against Eritrea.

Let us also not forget the sordid spectacle at the African Union and at the Intergovernmental Agency for Development (IGAD), where members colluded with the minority regime in Ethiopia to manufacture the outlandish allegations against Eritrea. The cables also expose the manner with which Africans were pitted against each other and used as tools in a US-Ethiopia plot, to ensnare Eritrea in “stand alone sanctions”. Eritrea became the sacrificial lamb in a political drama, designed to isolate and muzzle her voice in the Horn of Africa region.

The sanctions against Eritrea, were extreme. It was ironic that the Security Council, which had remained silent as Eritrea’s sovereign territories remained occupied by Ethiopia in violation of international law and the UN Charter, had no qualms about exaggerating a non-existent border issue with Djibouti – one that was fabricated by Ethiopia to begin with. Adding insult to injury, the Council knew that Ethiopia was behind the erroneous initial allegations contained in the UN Monitoring Group’s report, but it used those very same reports to hurriedly sanction Eritrea at the behest of the United States and Ethiopia.

The fact that the Somalia Eritrea Monitoring Group (SEMG) relied exclusively on information from Ethiopia and its surrogates, encouraged and emboldened the minority regime to produce even more preposterous allegations. When the Security Council outsourced its mandate to the regional organizations, the African Union and IGAD, it essentially outsourced it to the minority regime in Ethiopia. Susan Rice provided the regime with diplomatic and political cover, supporting its belligerent behavior in the region.

The nine year saga involved gross irregularities in the SEMG’s investigation and its conduct was marred by the absence of professionalism, which even resulted in the firing of some of its members. Unfortunately, there were some on the Council who chose to rely on information provided by informants of questionable credibility and known anti-Eritrea biases. Furthermore, some members with sinister motives used the Council to advance their own illicit foreign policy agendas in the Horn of Africa. Despite all of that, Eritrea stood firm and remained in compliance.

The SEMG reports, read like spy novels. Eritrea was accused of delivering arms across borders, it never had or has with Somalia. The reports also contained fantastic information about bogus flight plans, phantom pilots, and shady men with deep pockets. Padding the documents, were stories about fake business fronts and payment receipts signed by non-existent entities and “offshore business partners”. The reports may make for an interesting movie screenplay, but they did nothing to convince anyone of Eritrea’s guilt. However, at the UN Security Council, the reports would serve to falsely convict Eritrea.

What is interesting (in a negative way) is that in 2010, in its first report since Eritrea was included in its mandate, the UN Monitoring Group was already backtracking and toning down its accusations against Eritrea. Here is what it wrote:
…By late 2009, possibly in response to international pressure, the scale and nature of Eritrean support had either diminished or become less visible…
Despite that acknowledgement, for the last nine years, the SEMG reports delved in diversionary speculation about Eritrea. The media, in turn, disseminated the false allegations which were then used by academics, think tanks, NGOS, policymakers, and even service providers to malign Eritrea.

Some of its “investigations” went beyond the scope of its mandate, but on Eritrea’s support for Al-Shabaab, the main reason that Eritrea was sanctioned, its findings remained consistent and read much like its 6 November 2017 report, which stated:
…Throughout its current mandate, the Monitoring Group investigated allegations by a neighbouring Member State of support provided by Eritrea to Al-Shabaab in Somalia. Despite receiving some corroborating information from another regional Member State and regional administrations in Somalia, the Group has not been able to substantiate the allegations. As such, the Group has, for its fourth consecutive mandate, not found conclusive evidence of support provided by Eritrea to Al Shabaab…
So Eritrea was wrongly convicted in 2009 based on allegations by Ethiopia, cleared of all charges by the UN Monitoring Group since 2009, yet the sanctions persisted until 2018. What does that say about the credibility, integrity, and efficacy of the UN Security Council? What about the confidence of member states, in its ability to fulfill its Charter-mandated duties with fairness and equity?

Sanctions are supposed to be used to enforce international law, but in the case of Eritrea, sanctions were not only outside of the law, they were used to pursue the foreign policy agendas of the United States and Ethiopia. The sanctions violated Eritrea’s sovereign rights enshrined in the UN Charter and worse, they were based on false information. Eritrea was maligned in the mainstream media and her people everywhere faced hardship, stigmatized by the ugly allegations contained in the SEMG reports. Had Eritrea been a person, the exoneration would be followed by monuments, street signs, scholarships, and financial compensation. But, what happens when a country is exonerated of an injustice caused by the very system that is supposed to uphold and defend states and their peoples against such abuse?

November 14, will be yet another historical milestone in Eritrea’s history. After nine very difficult years, Eritrea has been exonerated and remains unvanquished. The same cannot be said, about Susan Rice and her TPLF-cronies. Congratulations, to the people and government of Eritrea for their resilience and steadfastness!

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Today in History (November 14th 2018)
The UN Security Council unanimously agreed to lift the unjustified sanctions imposed 9 years ago, on Eritrea.
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Re: Statement by Eritrea’s Delegation at ICPD Conference

Post by Zmeselo » 14 Nov 2019, 10:54



Hotel Asmara Palace, makes guests feel like home & cherishes tourists✈️ that come around. #Tourism🇪🇷 #Eritrea #🌍
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Delivering on behalf of the ADC, a statement agreed amongst the Ambasssdors of Environment in Nairobi during the Opening of the 17th Ordinary Session of African Ministerial Conference of Environment (AMCEN) in Durban, S.Africa today, 14th Nov.
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H.E Salih Omar Abdu our Ambasssdor in South Africa, explaining various Eritrean Government environmental actions to the 17th Ordinary Session of the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment (AMCEN) during its opening, today 14th Nov in Durban, South Africa
(AMB. Beyene Russom: @BeyeneRussom)



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Post by Zmeselo » 14 Nov 2019, 11:08


Il Prof. Vittorio Sgarbi alla mostra di NENNE SANGUINETI POGGI - “L’Eritrea vista con gli occhi di un’artista”. La mostra continua fino il 27 novembre, Spazio Kryptos, Milano. Prossima fermata? the USA!
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......The Eritrean Diaspora and ‘Travelling Without Seeing’ (Eri-Tourism) paper.
https://t.co/FAwuGfnUbT
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Post by Zmeselo » 14 Nov 2019, 11:13



ትማሊ ትማሊ'ዩ ኔይሩ፡ ሎሚ ድማ ውጽኢት ዓቅልን ትዕግስትናን ሰላም ኮይኑ። ጽባሕ ብግብሪ ንርእዮ ድማ፡ ጻማ ናይቲ ዘሕለፍናዮ ምጽማም እዩ'ሞ፡ ሕጂ ውን፡ ጽባሕ ጽባሕ 'ያ፡ ዓቕልን ትግስትን ከም ትማሊ።
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ጅግና ህዝቢ ኤርትራን ዘይጻዓድ ሃብሮም መሪሕነትካን፡ ንኹሉ ተጻብኦታትን ሓደጋን ሰጊርካ ኣብ ርሁው መድረኽን ሰላምን በጺሕካ ኢኻሞ ዩሃና!
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Annual Festival of Eritreans in Jeddah & its environs opened yesterday, graced by the presence of FM Osman Saleh. Photo exhibition & cultural shows on opening day, by students from International School of Eritrean Community. Festival will feature, seminar & variety of programmes.
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Re: Statement by Eritrea’s Delegation at ICPD Conference

Post by Zmeselo » 14 Nov 2019, 12:24



Addis Ababa mayor regrets Ethiopia map gaffe that 'annexed' Eritrea



7 hours ago

https://www.africanews.com/2019/11/14/a ... 1573704536

Ethiopia

The Mayor of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital city on Tuesday admitted to a map gaffe which had Eritreans fuming on social media about its partial ‘annexation.’

The map in question shows Ethiopia occupying more than its current size and “swallowing” central and eastern Eritrea. The Mayor’s office apologized for the mistake and said plans were afoot to rectify the anomaly.

They added that other errors had been detected following the Eritrean protest.
Thank you to our Eritrean brothers & sisters for bringing attention to the error on the glass map of Africa.
The said map came to light in because it was hanging behind a photo of Mayor Takele Uma Banti and his Washington DC counterpart, Muriel Bowser who has been on an official visit to Ethiopia since last weekend.


Honest mistakes require honest & immediate resolution, which is why it has been taken down. Due to the notifications we actually caught multiple errors on the map,
the tweet read.

Meanwhile, Eritrea’s ambassador to Ethiopia, Semere Russom, on Wednesday met with Mayor of Addis Ababa, Takele Uma Banti for talks on partnership and cooperation.

Last year, the Ethiopian embassy in the UK apologised after Eritreans made complaints over the posting of a picture of an “erroneous” map of the country that failed to depict Eritrea as a separate state.

The Foreign Ministry also beat a hasty retreat and apologized to Somalia after it was realized that the African map on its website had annexed Somalia and recognized Somaliland, it had also merged the two Congos – Republic of Congo and Democratic Republic of Congo.


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Re: Statement by Eritrea’s Delegation at ICPD Conference

Post by Zmeselo » 14 Nov 2019, 12:43

This Day in Eritrean History.

On Nov 14, 1962, Imperial Ethiopia dissolved the Federation of Eritrea with Ethiopia. Members of the Eritrean Assembly were ordered by force, to attend a session to address a “special matter”.

The Last session of Eritrean Assembly



Many of the Assembly members, believed that they were summoned to debate a budget. The V. Pres., Melake Selam Dimetros G/mariam, who took the chair in the absence of the President, announced that the Chief Executive would come to the Assembly to submit an important motion.



After a few minutes, the Chief Executive, Bitweded Asfaha Weldemikael, came with his 6 Secretaries, the Eritrean Police Commissioner & other dignitaries. He said
The statement that I am going to read to you is the final issue of the Eritrean case and there is nothing you can do about it, other than accepting it as it is. We have rendered the Federation: null and void…Eritrea is united to its motherland in 1952
and that
the Federation was an imposed foreign instrument, undermining the unity of the two countries.


Within hours of the "decision" of the Eritrean Assembly, Ethiopian radio announced the end of the Federation. On the same day, both the Ethiopian Senate & Chamber of Deputies were hastily convened to approve the Eritrean Asemb's 'decision'.


Sh. Hamid Ferej Pres. Nat Asmb 1955-62

The next day, on Nov 15, 1962 Imperial Ethiopia enacted Order No. 27 of 1962,
An Order to provide for the Termination of the Federal Status of Eritrea and Application to Eritrea of the System of Unitary Administration of the Empire of Ethiopia.
Terminating the Federal Act created by UNGA Resolution, 390 A (V) of Dec 2, 1950 by a mere Order was a legal, political & diplomatic blunder. It’s to be recalled that Imp. Ethiopia declared the Treaties of 1900, 1902 and 1908 null and void by Order No 6, 1952.

2 days before the dissolution of the Federation, on Nov 13, Ethiopian troops stationed in Eritrea were ordered to take position at the main points of Asmara & other towns. The soldiers in Asmara were chanting

EMBI YALE SEW TIYIT AGURSEW


Ready to shoot anyone, who'd defy the annexation.
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Remembrance Day events were held by UK Embassy at Commonwealth War Graves in Asmara and Keren, during which those who died in Eritrea during the second World War were remembered. 374 Indian soldiers who died during the War, are buried in the War Cemeteries in Asmara and Keren.
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Eritrean women, constituted one third of the members of the Popular Army during the liberation struggle.


The current generation of Eritrean girls, is the legitimate heir to the first generation of members of the National Union of Eritrean Women.


The participation of Eritrean women in the revolution was not limited to carrying arms only, but also extended to the active contribution to political framing and increasing revolutionary awareness.


ሸነን በላ ኣዋልደይ ሸነን በላ.

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Various activities by nationals in Diaspora

Asmara, 14 November 2019

http://www.shabait.com/news/local-news/ ... n-diaspora



Eritrean nationals in Sudan, Italy and the US have conducted various activities.

According to report, Mr. Ibrahim Idris, Charge d’Affairs at the Eritrean Embassy in Sudan, conducted seminar to nationals residing in Kassala, Gedaref and Port-Sudan on the objective situation in the homeland, regional and global developments, and progress of the relations between Eritrea and Sudan as well as consular services.

Indicating that Eritrean nationals in the Sudan had significant role and contribution in the armed struggle for independence and in national development endeavors, Mr. Ibrahim called for reinforced participation in nurturing and transferring the noble societal values to the young generation.

Mr. Ibrahim also met and held talks with administrators of Khartoum, Kassala and Port-Sudan regions focusing on the objective situation of Eritrean nationals and visited Eritrea schools in the regions.



The head of the Public and Community Affairs at the Eritrean Embassy in Sudan, Mr. Ismail Musa also conducted a meeting with the heads of Eritrean communities, National Union of Eritrean Youth and Students and YPDJ organization in Kassala, Gedaref and Port-Sudan focusing the implementation of the charted out activities and future programs.

Likewise, Eritrea and Sudan Week was held from 14 to 19 November organized in cooperation with Eritrean community in Khartoum and Eritrean and Sudanese Peoples Friendship Association.

At the event in which Sudanese intellectuals, authors, journalists as well as friends of Eritrea took part, research papers; pictorial and cultural programs were presented.

In the same vein, Milano branch of the National Union of Eritrean Women conducted its congress in attendance of Ms. Negisti Tsegai, chairperson of the NUEW in Europe, Mr. Girmai Hebtemicael, head of the Public and Community Affairs in Italy.

The participants held extensive discussion on the activities conducted in the past two years and elected executive committee for two years term.



Nationals residing in the US cities of Charlotte, Rally, Atlanta, Jacksonville, Tampa, Miami, Nashville, Orlando and Michigan commemorated the 40th anniversary of the founding of the National Union of Eritrean Women.

The event was highlighted by programs depicting the role and commitment of Eritrean women in the Diaspora and inside the country.

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Re: Statement by Eritrea’s Delegation at ICPD Conference

Post by Temt » 14 Nov 2019, 19:06

For those that are in a coma reminding them that the Eritrean national development drive has already left the launching pad at Adi Halo command center and is cruising at a maximum speed to compensate the lost opportunity of the last 20 years of war, sanctions, economic and political sabotages and psyops. Eritrea is undergoing a Renaissance of its own encompassing political, diplomatic, economic, cultural, social security dimensions.

To the dismay and horror of our enemies and detractors, Eritrea is rising from the ashes like the phoenix and for friends ad foes alike she is a force to be reckoned with. The Eritrean experience is a testament to the power of the human will to move mountains and to the people marching in unison to the same national tune.

Guiding the Eritrean ship of state in these turbulent times is not easy. The wisdom, intellect, experience, sophistication, gusto, and guts made of steel of the Eritrean leadership are second to none. As a product of our Eritrean experience, they live with and among the people and have the ability to listen to the heartbeats of the Eritrean masses - no secret Swiss bank accounts, Armani suits, Gucci shades, and Rolex watches.

In the Eritrean order of things, there is only one and only one interest group in Eritrea and that is the Eritrean people. Our National Charter stipulates that the Eritrean people are the most precious resource of the Eritrean nation. Democratic governance and social justice are the foundations of our struggle and unity in diversity, self-reliance, gender equality, and criticism and self-criticism are its pillars.

Democracy is a process and not an end in itself. For democracy to grow it requires a fertile ground. In Eritrea democracy is being built from the bottom up and one break at a time. The socio-economic and socio-psychological parameters are being implemented on a daily basis. Thus, with a progressive high caliber leadership, robust middle class, a culture of tolerance, economic boom - objective and subjective realities of the nation ripe - democracy will have its roots firmly rooted in the and of Hedri.
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Re: Statement by Eritrea’s Delegation at ICPD Conference

Post by Deqi-Arawit » 14 Nov 2019, 21:04

Temt wrote:
14 Nov 2019, 19:06
For those that are in a coma reminding them that the Eritrean national development drive has already left the launching pad at Adi Halo command center and is cruising at a maximum speed to compensate the lost opportunity of the last 20 years of war, sanctions, economic and political sabotages and psyops. Eritrea is undergoing a Renaissance of its own encompassing political, diplomatic, economic, cultural, social security dimensions.

To the dismay and horror of our enemies and detractors, Eritrea is rising from the ashes like the phoenix and for friends ad foes alike she is a force to be reckoned with. The Eritrean experience is a testament to the power of the human will to move mountains and to the people marching in unison to the same national tune.

Guiding the Eritrean ship of state in these turbulent times is not easy. The wisdom, intellect, experience, sophistication, gusto, and guts made of steel of the Eritrean leadership are second to none. As a product of our Eritrean experience, they live with and among the people and have the ability to listen to the heartbeats of the Eritrean masses - no secret Swiss bank accounts, Armani suits, Gucci shades, and Rolex watches.

In the Eritrean order of things, there is only one and only one interest group in Eritrea and that is the Eritrean people. Our National Charter stipulates that the Eritrean people are the most precious resource of the Eritrean nation. Democratic governance and social justice are the foundations of our struggle and unity in diversity, self-reliance, gender equality, and criticism and self-criticism are its pillars.

Democracy is a process and not an end in itself. For democracy to grow it requires a fertile ground. In Eritrea democracy is being built from the bottom up and one break at a time. The socio-economic and socio-psychological parameters are being implemented on a daily basis. Thus, with a progressive high caliber leadership, robust middle class, a culture of tolerance, economic boom - objective and subjective realities of the nation ripe - democracy will have its roots firmly rooted in the and of Hedri.
Hillal
Wedi Medhin Berad stooges.

Cut the drama for your mamma. Wedi Medhin Berad supporters are fellowing the same Manual of Wayne..deception and deception, in fact wedi Medhin Berad supporters are becoming worse than the Qemalmouch. Let his eminence sober your Qentir Arse.

In 2012, In a meeting with Eritrean investors, Wedi Medhin Berad claimed, Eritrea changed for Gear for the higher speed. That was 7 years ago. Did Eritrea changed for higher gear or for reverse gear? If you ask me, it changed for reverse gear because every thing in Eritrea becoming worse and worse for every day. Wedi Medhin Berad tried to deceive the Eritrean masses by importing some crappy Chinese buses and let them cruise in the middle of Godena Harenet so that people can get impressed and admire the regime for doing some thing good...but people have lost faith in the regime and no amount of deception and propaganda will change people perception of the brutal regime.

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In regard to Armani,Rolex Gucci.
Where the hell is the revenue of Bisha mining ? It is not in Swiss Bank but I am sure it is in Shanghai Banks or the former Portuguese colony of Macao banks. Wedi Medhin doesn't deceive no body by wearing a homeless outfit any more, because peoples are aware of that deception. There is no ስብኣይሲ ሰብኣይ ነይሩ ብጾት ድኣ ሲእኑ እምበር kind of talk any more But እዚ ብእግሩ ተወልደ መጽነት ወለዶታት.

If there are some few Eritreans who are still naive enough to think the alcoholic junk to take them to the promise land...They need to head to Inda Gabir DeraAnto.

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Re: Statement by Eritrea’s Delegation at ICPD Conference

Post by Zmeselo » 14 Nov 2019, 21:27

If people have lost faith, then we'll see a coup in the near future. As simple as that! Unless some idiots want to call the Eritrean people, cowards.

But that won't happen, because it's not true. And Uncle Toms, will keep on talking shít & crying on social media.







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Re: Statement by Eritrea’s Delegation at ICPD Conference

Post by Zmeselo » 14 Nov 2019, 21:48

ኣቓልቦ: ትንታኔ ዜና፡ ኣብ ኤስያ ዝርከባ ብቁጠባ ኣዝየን ዕውታት ዝኾና ሃገራት ብኸመይ ነዚ ቂጠባት እዚ ከምዘመዝገበኦ ዝድህስስ መደብ


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Re: Statement by Eritrea’s Delegation at ICPD Conference

Post by Deqi-Arawit » 14 Nov 2019, 22:23

In wedi medhin berad supporters logic, the People of north Korea are cowards, the People of iraq were COWARDs. Dictators play a Dirty game to Stay in the Helmet of power unchallenged. Wedi medhin got rid off the old guard of eplf and he is the prime culprit to divide Eritreans along regional lines which We are witnessing today.

This is the accomplishment of your lord. Wehato.

Yelling eritrea, awet nehafsh, shaebia shaebia will not erase the crime the alcoholic junk has committed against Eritreans

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Re: Statement by Eritrea’s Delegation at ICPD Conference

Post by Zmeselo » 14 Nov 2019, 22:59

Well some foul mouthed "cyber jeganu" should do job for them then; instead of:


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Re: Statement by Eritrea’s Delegation at ICPD Conference

Post by pastlast » 14 Nov 2019, 23:13

Who wears a Baseball cap with a Suit...tacky PFDJ clowns..Lol!


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Re: Statement by Eritrea’s Delegation at ICPD Conference

Post by Zmeselo » 14 Nov 2019, 23:42

I thought, only etho-hashish was a fashion critic. How wrong, I was. :lol:

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