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justo
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One thing Eritreans can never understand about Ethiopian culture

Post by justo » 27 Mar 2020, 20:30

This thing called እጅ መንሳት

Of the kind displayed by
1. Hailu Shawul bowing to Meles
2. Tamagn kissing Abiys shoes
3. That elderly Tigray woman (supposedly a mother of a martyr) bowing to the stone-faced collective TPLF leadership

This a a piece of culture very difficult for Eritreans to understand
If somebody could post link to this three iconic pictures, I'd appreciate it greatly

justo
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Re: One thing Eritreans can never understand about Ethiopian culture

Post by justo » 27 Mar 2020, 20:35

I am a collector of great art, would pay 100 dollars a piece for authenticated original version of these three iconic pictures. If not easily available, the price is negotiable for this rare captivating pictures.

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Re: One thing Eritreans can never understand about Ethiopian culture

Post by Zmeselo » 27 Mar 2020, 20:49





I don't know, about the 3rd pic. Maybe this, where they turned the ugly midget terrorist, into some kind of deity;






Even Beyoncé, was turned into a religious icon:



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Re: One thing Eritreans can never understand about Ethiopian culture

Post by justo » 27 Mar 2020, 20:57

Zmeselo wrote:
27 Mar 2020, 20:49
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Brother, thank you.
The 3rd one is a recent picture from the TPLF 45 year anniversary, an elderly woman bowing low to Stone-faced Sebhat and company

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Re: One thing Eritreans can never understand about Ethiopian culture

Post by Halafi Mengedi » 27 Mar 2020, 22:43

justo wrote:
27 Mar 2020, 20:30
This thing called እጅ መንሳት

Of the kind displayed by
1. Hailu Shawul bowing to Meles
2. Tamagn kissing Abiys shoes
3. That elderly Tigray woman (supposedly a mother of a martyr) bowing to the stone-faced collective TPLF leadership

This a a piece of culture very difficult for Eritreans to understand
If somebody could post link to this three iconic pictures, I'd appreciate it greatly
Selato watch your father Tedla Bairu Hiqu'u Tilewses???



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Re: One thing Eritreans can never understand about Ethiopian culture

Post by justo » 27 Mar 2020, 22:54

Halafi Mengedi wrote:
27 Mar 2020, 22:43
Selato watch your father Tedla Bairu Hiqu'u Tilewses???

Wushetam wesfatam, yihe agotish Abebe Reta new

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Re: One thing Eritreans can never understand about Ethiopian culture

Post by Halafi Mengedi » 27 Mar 2020, 23:17

justo wrote:
27 Mar 2020, 22:54
Halafi Mengedi wrote:
27 Mar 2020, 22:43
Selato watch your father Tedla Bairu Hiqu'u Tilewses???

Wushetam [deleted], yihe agotish Abebe Reta new
Discover ideas about We The Kings
Ato Tedla Bairu, chief executive of Eritrea, bowing to HIM Haile Selassie on 11 September 1952 (1945 E.C) at the Imperial Palace in Addis Ababa after HIM ratified the Federal Act federating Eritrea with Ethiopia pursuant to the UN resolution

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Re: One thing Eritreans can never understand about Ethiopian culture

Post by temari » 27 Mar 2020, 23:20

It is enough if we Ethiopians understand it. Foreigners don't need to understand everything about our culture the same way we don't need to understand everything about their culture. Anyway, I think british people would find it easier to understand us than Eritreans on this one :lol:











justo wrote:
27 Mar 2020, 20:30
This thing called እጅ መንሳት

Of the kind displayed by
1. Hailu Shawul bowing to Meles
2. Tamagn kissing Abiys shoes
3. That elderly Tigray woman (supposedly a mother of a martyr) bowing to the stone-faced collective TPLF leadership

This a a piece of culture very difficult for Eritreans to understand
If somebody could post link to this three iconic pictures, I'd appreciate it greatly
Last edited by temari on 27 Mar 2020, 23:33, edited 5 times in total.

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Re: One thing Eritreans can never understand about Ethiopian culture

Post by Temt » 27 Mar 2020, 23:23

temari wrote:
27 Mar 2020, 23:20
It is enough if we Ethiopians Agames understand it. Foreigners doesn't need to understand everything about our culture the same we don't understand everything about their culture.
justo wrote:
27 Mar 2020, 20:30
This thing called እጅ መንሳት

Of the kind displayed by
1. Hailu Shawul bowing to Meles
2. Tamagn kissing Abiys shoes
3. That elderly Tigray woman (supposedly a mother of a martyr) bowing to the stone-faced collective TPLF leadership

This a a piece of culture very difficult for Eritreans to understand
If somebody could post link to this three iconic pictures, I'd appreciate it greatly

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