Fiyameta wrote: ↑
13 Dec 2019, 22:46
A typical response expected of a Qomal Agame from the mini tiny Kilil of Tigray, always trying to hear Eritreans say the things that only exist in your retard, low IQ agame brain.
Believe me, no Eritrean, and I mean NO Eritrean, in his/he right mind would seek, or envy for that matter, the inexpensive image cleaning service your Ferenj masters had provided to PM Abiy as an incentive to encourage him to choose peace over self destruction. It is YOU who needs the image cleaning, not us. It is YOU who occupy a space or two in the Oxford Dictionary, not us.
When you only have one month's worth of foreign exchange reserve in your name, you do need a high dose of anesthesia to numb the pain and to make you feel "peaceful", before your Ferenj masters at the IMF administer their high interest rate loan through your veins to keep you "on track." Lol
Nation building is not a beauty contest judged by your Ferenj masters, but rather a painstaking task of removing different layers of neo-colonialism whose primary weapon is debt. And debt is all you got up to your Agame's stiff neck!
If the Wealth Per Adult" in my country Eritrea is $3,607, and yours is only $158, you are definitely "on track" to win the race to the bottom, if you haven't won already.
Looks like you're still hanging on to your weird theories. By the way, I'm still waiting on you to help me with evidence from your last one... You mysteriously went quiet on me there. What happened?
You keep mentioning this one month's worth of foreign exchange reserves like it's supposed to mean something. I already explained to you, we solved this TPLF induced issue within the first year of them leaving. I don't know if you heard, just this week alone we further cushioned it with an additional 6 billion dollars. That's right, billion with a B. So stop worrying so much about our reserves or debt.
I'm curious though, how is your country in this currency department? I bet now that you've admirably rejected a Nobel Peace Prize that was never offered to you in the first place, investors are just begging you to take their money. You might even be able to pay down your airline fees now.
And speaking of some soul crushing debt, did you know that for Eritrea to begin paying down its existing debt, it would have to give up every cent of what it currently makes a year plus borrow some more? I mean I don't know which layer of Neo-colonialism that is, but if I had to guess, it would be the layer called extra level of f*cked.
It's also kind of sad you would pick "Wealth per adult" as some feel good metric. A national wealth of 10 billion spread out among 3.5 million (and decreasing) is of course greater by percentage than 163 billion spread out among 110 million (and increasing). Why don't you boast about your square miles per person while you're at it. That way, with every person leaving your country, you'll somehow end up wealthier than Luxembourg.
You are right about one thing though, nation-building is hard. You're only just getting started and we've had thousands of years head start. Both you and I will be fossilized long before you get to where my country is right now. All the same, I wish you all the best with these baby steps of yours trying to get there.