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Kuasmeda
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The dream of Abay Tigray is dead and is Resting in Peace! This has exacerbated the obsession of prostitute almaze/ANTICO

Post by Kuasmeda » 16 Jan 2022, 22:08

Evil Agames’ like almaze/ANTICO is so obsessed with demonizing Eritrea by posting old pictures of Eritrean cities including Massawa ruined by Mengistu Hailemariam cluster bombs. Tigray is caught with its pants down. The likes of prostitutes Agames almaze/ANTICO had been trying to confuse people by spreading rumors on social media day & night! Agames seem to be twisting and turning in the wind these days not knowing what to do. They are caught between a rock and a hard place. They are in a very precarious position and are insecure due to their minority status numerically. They can no longer count on dominating the Ethiopian State politically while disproportionately leveraging their resources. Their political dominance of the Ethiopian State is ending. Agames make up one-twentieth of Ethiopia’s population. It is no longer practical for power to be concentrated in the hands of one small ethnic group, especially in a country that practices ethnic federalism, without causing deep resentment and becoming a sure-fire recipe for future disaster.

Agames have already destroyed their relationship with Eritrea. The 1998-2001 border war was a pretext for erasing Eritrea’s sovereignty and making it a satellite state of Ethiopia, thereby ingratiating the ruling Tigrayan elites to the Amhara by reclaiming Assab for Ethiopia. The full-scale invasion of Eritrea was going to have the added benefit of establishing the TPLF’s ultimate dream of setting up Greater Tigray, the holy grail of Weyane since its 1976 manifesto. To that end, TPLF gambled everything it had on the outcome of the full-scale invasion of Eritrea only to end up losing all of the contested territories in court and become thoroughly despised by both the Ethiopian and Eritrean people.

Agames’s ultimate dream is not a secret. It would love to be able to invoke Article 39 of the Ethiopian constitution and become an independent state but with what resources? An independent Tigray would be economically bereft. It is not an economically viable entity. Hence, the existential crisis. It feels very insecure about its position within the Ethiopian State but at the same time, it is unable to split and go its own way.

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Re: The deam of Abay Tigray is dead and is Resting in Peace! This has exacerbated the obsession of prostitute almaze/ANT

Post by almaze » 16 Jan 2022, 22:15

By the way, I absolutely adore this essay. It's well-considered. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:





Kuasmeda wrote:
16 Jan 2022, 22:08
Evil Agames’ like almaze/ANTICO is so obsessed with demonizing Eritrea by posting old pictures of Eritrean cities including Massawa ruined by Mengistu Hailemariam cluster bombs. Tigray is caught with its pants down. The likes of prostitutes Agames almaze/ANTICO had been trying to confuse people by spreading rumors on social media day & night! Agames seem to be twisting and turning in the wind these days not knowing what to do. They are caught between a rock and a hard place. They are in a very precarious position and are insecure due to their minority status numerically. They can no longer count on dominating the Ethiopian State politically while disproportionately leveraging their resources. Their political dominance of the Ethiopian State is ending. Agames make up one-twentieth of Ethiopia’s population. It is no longer practical for power to be concentrated in the hands of one small ethnic group, especially in a country that practices ethnic federalism, without causing deep resentment and becoming a sure-fire recipe for future disaster.

Agames have already destroyed their relationship with Eritrea. The 1998-2001 border war was a pretext for erasing Eritrea’s sovereignty and making it a satellite state of Ethiopia, thereby ingratiating the ruling Tigrayan elites to the Amhara by reclaiming Assab for Ethiopia. The full-scale invasion of Eritrea was going to have the added benefit of establishing the TPLF’s ultimate dream of setting up Greater Tigray, the holy grail of Weyane since its 1976 manifesto. To that end, TPLF gambled everything it had on the outcome of the full-scale invasion of Eritrea only to end up losing all of the contested territories in court and become thoroughly despised by both the Ethiopian and Eritrean people.

Agames’s ultimate dream is not a secret. It would love to be able to invoke Article 39 of the Ethiopian constitution and become an independent state but with what resources? An independent Tigray would be economically bereft. It is not an economically viable entity. Hence, the existential crisis. It feels very insecure about its position within the Ethiopian State but at the same time, it is unable to split and go its own way.

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Re: The dream of Abay Tigray is dead and is Resting in Peace! This has exacerbated the obsession of prostitute almaze/AN

Post by pushkin » 16 Jan 2022, 22:41

Agames are evils who cannot be trusted and never could. As professor Asmerom clearly put it, they should be kept at arm's length :mrgreen: :lol: :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:
Kuasmeda wrote:
16 Jan 2022, 22:08
Evil Agames’ like almaze/ANTICO is so obsessed with demonizing Eritrea by posting old pictures of Eritrean cities including Massawa ruined by Mengistu Hailemariam cluster bombs. Tigray is caught with its pants down. The likes of prostitutes Agames almaze/ANTICO had been trying to confuse people by spreading rumors on social media day & night! Agames seem to be twisting and turning in the wind these days not knowing what to do. They are caught between a rock and a hard place. They are in a very precarious position and are insecure due to their minority status numerically. They can no longer count on dominating the Ethiopian State politically while disproportionately leveraging their resources. Their political dominance of the Ethiopian State is ending. Agames make up one-twentieth of Ethiopia’s population. It is no longer practical for power to be concentrated in the hands of one small ethnic group, especially in a country that practices ethnic federalism, without causing deep resentment and becoming a sure-fire recipe for future disaster.

Agames have already destroyed their relationship with Eritrea. The 1998-2001 border war was a pretext for erasing Eritrea’s sovereignty and making it a satellite state of Ethiopia, thereby ingratiating the ruling Tigrayan elites to the Amhara by reclaiming Assab for Ethiopia. The full-scale invasion of Eritrea was going to have the added benefit of establishing the TPLF’s ultimate dream of setting up Greater Tigray, the holy grail of Weyane since its 1976 manifesto. To that end, TPLF gambled everything it had on the outcome of the full-scale invasion of Eritrea only to end up losing all of the contested territories in court and become thoroughly despised by both the Ethiopian and Eritrean people.

Agames’s ultimate dream is not a secret. It would love to be able to invoke Article 39 of the Ethiopian constitution and become an independent state but with what resources? An independent Tigray would be economically bereft. It is not an economically viable entity. Hence, the existential crisis. It feels very insecure about its position within the Ethiopian State but at the same time, it is unable to split and go its own way.

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Re: The dream of Abay Tigray is dead and is Resting in Peace! This has exacerbated the obsession of prostitute almaze/AN

Post by Hameddibewoyane » 16 Jan 2022, 23:55

:mrgreen: :lol: :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:
Kuasmeda wrote:
16 Jan 2022, 22:08
Evil Agames’ like almaze/ANTICO is so obsessed with demonizing Eritrea by posting old pictures of Eritrean cities including Massawa ruined by Mengistu Hailemariam cluster bombs. Tigray is caught with its pants down. The likes of prostitutes Agames almaze/ANTICO had been trying to confuse people by spreading rumors on social media day & night! Agames seem to be twisting and turning in the wind these days not knowing what to do. They are caught between a rock and a hard place. They are in a very precarious position and are insecure due to their minority status numerically. They can no longer count on dominating the Ethiopian State politically while disproportionately leveraging their resources. Their political dominance of the Ethiopian State is ending. Agames make up one-twentieth of Ethiopia’s population. It is no longer practical for power to be concentrated in the hands of one small ethnic group, especially in a country that practices ethnic federalism, without causing deep resentment and becoming a sure-fire recipe for future disaster.

Agames have already destroyed their relationship with Eritrea. The 1998-2001 border war was a pretext for erasing Eritrea’s sovereignty and making it a satellite state of Ethiopia, thereby ingratiating the ruling Tigrayan elites to the Amhara by reclaiming Assab for Ethiopia. The full-scale invasion of Eritrea was going to have the added benefit of establishing the TPLF’s ultimate dream of setting up Greater Tigray, the holy grail of Weyane since its 1976 manifesto. To that end, TPLF gambled everything it had on the outcome of the full-scale invasion of Eritrea only to end up losing all of the contested territories in court and become thoroughly despised by both the Ethiopian and Eritrean people.

Agames’s ultimate dream is not a secret. It would love to be able to invoke Article 39 of the Ethiopian constitution and become an independent state but with what resources? An independent Tigray would be economically bereft. It is not an economically viable entity. Hence, the existential crisis. It feels very insecure about its position within the Ethiopian State but at the same time, it is unable to split and go its own way.

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