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‘We want independence more than ever’: Inside Tigray’s divisive war (Financial Times)

Post by sarcasm » 06 Apr 2021, 18:18

Wartime rape and other alleged atrocities undermine prime minister’s pan-Ethiopia vision as separatist calls grow


When the 19-year-old student regained consciousness, she was in the forest. She remembered running there to escape fighting in her home town in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia.

Dazed and confused, she saw blood pouring out of her nose and genitals. Surrounding her were the four Eritrean soldiers who had raped her. “They were all laughing,” she sobbed. They continued to rape her over the next five days.

“They were enjoying my suffering. They didn’t think I was a person. Every time I tried to stop them, they told me to ‘shut up’, ‘shut up’, ‘shut up’, and beat me,” she said. They accused her of being a courier for the Tigray People’s Liberation Front, or TPLF, which is at war with Ethiopian and Eritrean forces.

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Re: ‘We want independence more than ever’: Inside Tigray’s divisive war (Financial Times)

Post by gearhead » 06 Apr 2021, 18:52

If a poll is taken, 70% of the people residing in ethiopia dont want to have to do anything with the amhara-shabia empire that abiy is building, even that to hand it over completely in a short order.

A genocidal state is a genocidal state, be it operating in Tigray, Oromia, Beneshangul-Gumz or Somali region. It has already proven itself over and over again! The difference is only in scale, proportional to the resistance. It can only operate in state of total submission and thus tends towards using massive force, rape, distruction of wealth and productive assets so that society is totally dependent on authorities.

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Re: ‘We want independence more than ever’: Inside Tigray’s divisive war (Financial Times)

Post by Fiyameta » 06 Apr 2021, 19:26

(Financial Times) The Biblical locust invasion in Tigray has encouraged the agame to seek Tigray's independence, for they feel they have secured their food supply. It is possible that Tigray could become the largest grasshopper exporter in the world given that the agame develop the practice of raising and breeding the insects as livestock, and this in turn will lead to a path to peace and stability in the region.

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Re: ‘We want independence more than ever’: Inside Tigray’s divisive war (Financial Times)

Post by euroland » 06 Apr 2021, 19:29

Ayte Junta
Independence my a'ss
- Mini Tigray has no foreign country borders, except with Eritrea, it's #1 enemy, thus, making connection/trade with other countries is IMPSIBLE.
-Mini Tigray has no natural resources nor educated human resource, therefore, no country in a right mind would invest one penny on it.
-Mini Tigray' only survives on the hands out of the Ethiopian government; if it declares independence, the entire 2 million Tigreans would die overnight.
- One thing going well for Mini Tigray is, it can fabricate and distribute fake news as fast as any nation in the planet; thus, CNN, Financial Times or BBC may be interested moving their Head Quarters to Mekele if it became "Independent". :lol:

Well, the future of mini Tigray is very blink indeed.



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Re: ‘We want independence more than ever’: Inside Tigray’s divisive war (Financial Times)

Post by Hawzen » 06 Apr 2021, 20:04

sarcasm wrote:
06 Apr 2021, 18:18
Wartime rape and other alleged atrocities undermine prime minister’s pan-Ethiopia vision as separatist calls grow


When the 19-year-old student regained consciousness, she was in the forest. She remembered running there to escape fighting in her home town in the Tigray region of northern Ethiopia.

Dazed and confused, she saw blood pouring out of her nose and genitals. Surrounding her were the four Eritrean soldiers who had raped her. “They were all laughing,” she sobbed. They continued to rape her over the next five days.

“They were enjoying my suffering. They didn’t think I was a person. Every time I tried to stop them, they told me to ‘shut up’, ‘shut up’, ‘shut up’, and beat me,” she said. They accused her of being a courier for the Tigray People’s Liberation Front, or TPLF, which is at war with Ethiopian and Eritrean forces.

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Is this statement from another TPLF Special Force Monalisa :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: ???

አላ ተንከባላላይ ዘር!!! Lying is your DNA :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: !!!

Dedebit is always dedeb
R.I.P Abay Tigray and TPLF ዱቄት

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