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Selam/
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Ethiopia a Gateway to Africa’s prosperity - Colonialists Nightmare & their search for a Trojan Horse

Post by Selam/ » 07 Apr 2021, 07:36

Though the dubbed “scramble for Africa” was conceived 100 years ago, it is still active and alive. Ferenjis & Asians can’t afford to keep their eyes off of our immense and untouched natural resources given the heightened competition of the global market and geopolitics. The emergency of Ethiopia out of poverty and her promising progress toward self-reliance have become an inspiration to many African countries but a threat to European and Americans. They wouldn’t mind losing Ethiopia but they don’t want others to folllow suite. Therefore the search for a Trojan horse is underway be it through Egypt, Sudan, Woyane leeches or OLF thugs.





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Re: Ethiopia a Gateway to Africa’s prosperity - Colonialists Nightmare & their search for a Trojan Horse

Post by Selam/ » 07 Apr 2021, 23:28

Ethiopia’s economic miracle - Woyanes, Ferenjis and Arabs trying hard to reverse course.

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Re: Ethiopia a Gateway to Africa’s prosperity - Colonialists Nightmare & their search for a Trojan Horse

Post by Fiyameta » 08 Apr 2021, 00:44

Up until the early 1950's, the entire black race looked up to Ethiopia as a beacon of independence and anti-colonial struggle. But with the colonialists changing their tactics from using their armies to colonize Africans, to corrupting African weak-links to serve their interests, in what is known today as indirect colonization, or colonization by a proxy, the colonialists made Ethiopia their first target for the sole purpose of demoralizing and demonizing the black race in need of a positive role model for their Africa liberation struggle.

70 years later today, and with the emergence of principled and brave leaders in Ethiopia, the black race around the world is once again seeing a glimpse of hope in taking the African continent back from the hands of the neo-colonizers. The road ahead is definitely going to be bumpy for Ethiopia, and its leaders have a lot of hurdles to overcome, however, like Bob Marley said: “Though the road's been rocky it sure feels good to me.” 8)

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