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justo
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Your contribution is neither desired nor appreciated

Post by justo » 29 Mar 2020, 06:10

Eritrea has now a golden opportunity, to officially part ways for ever with the sell-outs.
The Coronavirus pandemi has given it an opportunity to clearly show how its feels about these people.
It should not invite, nor should it accept any contribution from anyone who previously campaigned for sanctions against Eritrea, or in any other way collaborated with the woyane.

It has to take the initiative and publicly and solemnly announce that it neither desires nor appreciates any contribution from a long list of people, including Awash and company.

It has to go through the list of Eritreans who have contributed, and counter run this with its list of sell-outs, and if a name appears in both lists, it should return the money immediately.

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Re: Your contribution is neither desired nor appreciated

Post by justo » 29 Mar 2020, 08:58

Coronavirus or no coronavirus, Eritrea has to totally reject those who endangered its future and collaborated with the woyane. Their past and Eritrea's future are not compatible.

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Re: Your contribution is neither desired nor appreciated

Post by justo » 29 Mar 2020, 16:50

justo wrote:
29 Mar 2020, 08:58
Coronavirus or no coronavirus, Eritrea has to totally reject those who endangered its future and collaborated with the woyane. Their past and Eritrea's future are not compatible.
Is Eritrea principled enough to reject the sell-outs? Does Eritrea have the ethical wherewithal to reject the sell-outs? There fight becomes much easier if you have a better moral standing than your enemy.

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