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Ethiopia's TRUE, Really TRUE, friend Jeff Pearce Exposed TPLF's and West’s Diplomats secret Meet ! VIDEO

Post by Wedi » 24 Nov 2021, 19:08

Ethiopia's TRUE, Really TRUE, friend Jeff Pearce Exposed TPLF's and West’s Diplomats secret Meet ! VIDEO


ሚስጥራዊ ስብሰባ!

እነ ፕ/ር ኤፍሬም ይስሐቅ ጠላት ኢትዮጵያን እንዲያፈርስ ለማገዝ ከቀድሞ ሁለት የአሜሪካና አራት የአውሮፓ ዲፕሎማቶች ጋር ሲሰሩ የ2 ስዓት ቪዲዮ ተይዟል!
ተሳታፊዎች:_

1. ፕ/ር ኤፍሬም ይስሐቅ
2. ዶ/ር ኢሌኒ ገ/መድህን
3. አምባሳደር ብርሃነ ገ/ክርስቶስ
4.ፕ/ር ጥላሁን በየነ
5. አምባሳደር በቀለ ገለታ (ቀይ መስቀል የነበረ)
6. ዶ/ር ታደሰ ውሂብ (CDC)
7. ወ/ት ኩያኔ ጀለታ (US Congress)

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Ethiopia: The West’s Diplomats Meet in Secret to Decide How to Help the TPLF
Jeff Pearce

The West’s Horn of Africa experts have been meeting with a TPLF leader and TPLF/OLF supporters in secret, even as its governments claim to be impartial — TPLF’s Berhane Gebre-Christos speaks as TPLF member, proposed head of “transitional government” (limo/Uber drivers) and Washington-based Ethio-American diaspora.

Donald Yamamoto, recently the U.S. Ambassador to Somalia who just retired this year, to TPLF official Berhane Gebre-Christos:
“Abiy is not listening… Obasanjo has not been extraordinary helpful or very active, and so are there any other opportunities that you see?”
Vicki Huddleston, former U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for African Affairs and US Assistant Secretary of State for Africa to Berhane Gebre-Christos:
“I couldn’t agree more that you know, Abiy should step down, there should be an all-inclusive transition government.”

Former ambassadors and current diplomats for the United States, Britain and EU had a Zoom meeting this past Sunday with an official for the TPLF in what amounts to a green light from the West for the terrorist group’s attempts to overthrow the democratically elected Ethiopian government. And there’s evidence to prove it: a phone-cam video of the two-hour meeting.

“I hope that you’ll have military success fairly soon, because it seems as if the situation is only becoming more drastic,” said Vicki Huddleston, who was Chargé d’Affairs and interim in Ethiopia during years the TPLF were in power.

France’s retired diplomat and writer Stéphane Gompertz openly speculated on the potential for Abiy to be forced from power. “Even if Abiy sticks to his guns, which unfortunately he seems to be doing, you either hope that people around him either in government or in the military realize that this is going nowhere and might force him to, well, accept the cessation of hostilities or force him to step down?”

The Western powers — Britain, the EU and especially the United States — have been posturing for months that they have not taken sides in the conflict and are pushing negotiations only in the interests of peace. But the Zoom talk rips away the façade, revealing a chummy circle of foreign policy elite, both retired and still active who mostly know each other and are in sympathy with TPLF objectives. They include Donald Yamamoto, one of the U.S. government’s most senior Africa experts who just retired this year as the American ambassador to Somalia, and Spain’s diplomat Carmen de la Peña.
Former EU ambassador to Ethiopia Tim Clarke admitted that all of the attendants “maintain contacts with our former employees. Just the other day I was talking to the existing EU ambassador to Ethiopia.”

Others who attended included former British ambassador Robert Dewar and one of Finland’s top former ambassadors, Kirsti Aarnio. It’s unclear how many other Western diplomats were online, or for that matter, how many of these secret consultations they have had with the TPLF while feigning neutrality to the world.

A phone cam video of the Zoom meeting was taken by a participant, and the video reveals a lot. Donald Yamamoto displayed stunning ignorance of the situation on the ground when he said, “With troops now right outside of Addis — and as you know, the evacuations have begun — that’s a very alarming situation…” Only TPLF soldiers are not right outside of Addis but at least more than 200 kilometres away.

Read more and watch out the Full video ( more than 2 hours) here

https://jeffpearce.medium.com/ethiopia- ... 87f2d30777


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