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dano
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Would he have first Marched on Asmara or Addis?

Post by dano » 16 Dec 2020, 03:47

It is sad to see a civil war ravaging Ethiopia. I have been feeling sentimental. Lately I have been binge watching the HBO historical television drama series-ROME. You can get it on HBO-on-demand if you subscribe DirecTV.
It is based on real historical figures and chronicles the rise and fall of the Roman Empire. I can't help but was thinking my country while binge watching the gripping drama.
The power plays and strategies of the three roman consuls Marcus Crassus, Pompey Magnus and Julius Caesar is interesting.....

While Julius Caesar was back to Gaul to put down a revolt, Pompey magnus conspired against him and had a total control of the Roman Senate. The Senate ordered Caesar to leave his army in Gaul and return to Rome as a private citizen. Caesar defies the order and crossed the Rubicon River with his legions.
Knowing that he has no chance against Caesar's legions, Pompey Magnus fled to Greece. Instead of pursuing Pompey to Greece, Caesar neutralized Pompey's supporters in Spain to protect his rear. CAESAR WALKS TO ROME WITHOUT A BATTLE!

Now let's talk about Debreporno's strategy:
If he succeeded on totally controlling the Northern Command, would he have marched on Asmara before Addis to protect his rear?
Let's have a civilized discussion on military strategy!

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Re: Would he have first Marched on Asmara or Addis?

Post by Roha » 16 Dec 2020, 03:55

The Woyanies greatest mistake is believing their own lies, so do you.
How could he march anywhere, when you see him now homeless living in a cave?
When does the Tigraian idiocy end?
You had already seen an army that was armed in missiles losing a war in two weeks.
Woyanies have redefined humiliation for all the world to see in the era of social media.
:oops: :oops:

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Re: Would he have first Marched on Asmara or Addis?

Post by dano » 16 Dec 2020, 10:35

hmm,
You think so?

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Re: Would he have first Marched on Asmara or Addis?

Post by Fiyameta » 16 Dec 2020, 12:35

The junta dano is not alone. Lately, we have been listening to most of his digital junta comrades expressing their wishes to have died at the hands of Eritreans rather than the Ethiopian Defense forces that decimated them. I'm sure Debretsion is also feeling the same way too, if he's still alive. Death is death, and it doesn't make any difference whether you die invading Eritrea, or die back-stabbing Ethiopia. But the wishes being expressed by the junta dano and his likes suggest that the junta's inferiority complex gets worse as they are knocking on hell's doors.


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Re: Would he have first Marched on Asmara or Addis?

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Re: Would he have first Marched on Asmara or Addis?

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