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Top Five Reasons Why Tigrais (Kebessa included) Resent Amhara

Post by Hawdian » 29 Jan 2015, 07:28

These are my top reasons why the Tigringya speaking Tigrais resent the Amhara. I have decided to stick it because I feel it's an important discussion and one of the main root causes of Ethiopia's unrest and endless revolutions.

1) Emperor Yekuno Amlak

He restored the Solomonic Dynasty in the 12th century after almost 400 years of Agew domination. The reign of Yekuno Amlak was the birth of Amhara language (literature, as court language) and nobility. Tigrais resent him for founding the Amhara nobility and Amhara script based on the old Geez. The Tigrais borrowed their yellow and red flag from Amlak.

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2) Emperor Fasiledes

The 16th century Emperor restored stability and faith in Ethiopia following the devastating raids by Mohammad Gran and later by the Oromo warriors.

Emperor Fasiledes replaced his father Susenyos in 1632 and, in 1636, founded his new capital in Gondar near Lake Tana. The city of Gondar was the first permanent capital and was to flourish until the early 19th century.

Gondar was to become a sophisticated and artistic city with its central Royal Enclosure of magnificent castles started by Fasiledes and continued by ensuing monarchs.

They resent Fasiledes for breaking with tradition and making Gondar the permanent capital. They knew they had little chance to grab power from the Gondaris.

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3) Emperor Téwodros II

The 18th century ruler, Emperor Téwodros II, was a visionary man who sought to unify and modernise Ethiopia by crushing the various regional nobility. He is credited for spearheading the modern day Ethiopia and the centralized rule.

The Tigrais resent him for putting an end to many of their local lords and warlords. They really felt he was an imperial force who had occupied them.

Likewise he opened Ethiopia to the outside world and again the Tigrais felt threatened that he was forging relations with world beyond Africa.

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4) Emperor Menelik II

The 19th century Emperor, Atse Menelik II (Sahle Maryam), carried on the legacy of Tewodros from his Shoa base by crushing all of his rivals and begun expanding Ethiopia to what it is today (plus Eritrea).

Menelik II was fascinated by modernity, and like Tewodros II before him, had a keen ambition to introduce Western technological and administrative advances into Ethiopia.

Menelik II put an end to Tigrai's claim to the throne through maternal rights because from Menelik I to Yekuno Amlak, Menelik II claimed he had uninterrupted lineage. So the Tigrais were crushed once again deemed as unworthy of Habasha/Solomonic dynasty rule. This was the final below for them.

They also resent Menelik II for the battle of Adwa against the Italian fascist forces. The Tigringya speakers were divided into two main groups; pro-Italy (mostly Kebessa and some Agame) and pro-Dejazmach Mengesha Yohannes. Both groups ultimately wanted to crush Menelik II or for him to fail but to their dismay he was victorious against the Italians. Immediately he put forth plans to punish the traitor Tigrais and they resented him even further.

On top of that they wanted to claim the Adwa victory for themselves but the international community especially the Ottoman Empire, France, Britain and Germany recognized Menelik's big battle. This further infuriated them to this day.

Because Menelik II was half-clever politician, economist, military man, they resent him the most and even encouraged Oromo to turn on him despite him being half-Oromo himself and his wife being one and further leaving the power to Oromo hands (his grandson).

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The legendary Neftegna with his shotgun

5) Amhara Music/Culture/population

All those three are far superior than those of Tigray and so the Tigrais resent the popularity of Amharic music and culture who enjoy large population base. Their music is the music associated with Ethiopia and Tigringya music is just invisible and still in the shadows.

A good example is how TPLF treats music sensation Teddy Afro. If he was a Tigringya singer, he would be on Ethiopian Airlines every other week for free to tour the "world". But since he is an Amhara, they have to rob him at the airport.

Lambadina is a good example of why the message is much superior in Amharic than Tigringya.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxV-n9iSkEs Image

These are five good examples of why Tigrais resent the Amhara. These are not good reasons to aid them against Amhara because the Amhara just did what anyone would do-----build a great state and great culture. Too bad if others don't have it and become the shadows. Natural selection is the master.

Even though today Tigrais are in power in Ethiopia, they still remain a shadow of their former masters even after two decades of iron-fist rule. They just lack the essence, quality, ideology, vision and legacy to build on their own Ethiopia. They are still working with the materials and legacies of the Amhara nobility including Amharingya. They try very hard to do every task the very opposite but always end up in the shadows of their former masters. The ethnic kilil was meant to offset Tewodros' centralized vision, the article 38 was meant to dismiss Menelik's unity drive, the addition of a yellow star on a blue background "emblem" on the Ethiopian flag was meant to convey that they "created", etc but all have failed in their own ways.

Cheap alterations and mimic games. Doing graffiti over Picasso's work does not make one an equal or greater artist than the original.

Very amateur politics of ethnic division, giving X ethnic arms against Y and reversing the play hand. The Neftegnas focused on nation building and competing with the European empires.



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Re: Top Five Reasons Why Tigrais (Kebessa included) Resent Amhara

Post by Degnet » 29 Jan 2015, 08:19

Hawdian wrote:These are my top reasons why the Tigringya speaking Tigrais resent the Amhara. I have decided to stick it because I feel it's an important discussion and one of the main root causes of Ethiopia's unrest and endless revolutions.

1) Emperor Yekuno Amlak

He restored the Solomonic Dynasty in the 12th century after almost 400 years of Agew domination. The reign of Yekuno Amlak was the birth of Amhara language (literature, as court language) and nobility. Tigrais resent him for founding the Amhara nobility and Amhara script based on the old Geez. The Tigrais borrowed their yellow and red flag from Amlak.

[Image: http://nofi.fr/wp-content/uploads/2014/ ... 2621_o.jpg]

2) Emperor Fasiledes

The 16th century Emperor restored stability and faith in Ethiopia following the devastating raids by Mohammad Gran and later by the Oromo warriors.

Emperor Fasiledes replaced his father Susenyos in 1632 and, in 1636, founded his new capital in Gondar near Lake Tana. The city of Gondar was the first permanent capital and was to flourish until the early 19th century.

Gondar was to become a sophisticated and artistic city with its central Royal Enclosure of magnificent castles started by Fasiledes and continued by ensuing monarchs.

They resent Fasiledes for breaking with tradition and making Gondar the permanent capital. They knew they had little chance to grab power from the Gondaris.

[Image: http://www.sergbet.com/wp-content/uploa ... castle.jpg]

3) Emperor Téwodros II

The 18th century ruler, Emperor Téwodros II, was a visionary man who sought to unify and modernise Ethiopia by crushing the various regional nobility. He is credited for spearheading the modern day Ethiopia and the centralized rule.

The Tigrais resent him for putting an end to many of their local lords and warlords. They really felt he was an imperial force who had occupied them.

Likewise he opened Ethiopia to the outside world and again the Tigrais felt threatened that he was forging relations with world beyond Africa.

[Image: http://www.lekve.net/et/09addis-nationa ... dros02.jpg]

4) Emperor Menelik II

The 19th century Emperor, Atse Menelik II (Sahle Maryam), carried on the legacy of Tewodros from his Shoa base by crushing all of his rivals and begun expanding Ethiopia to what it is today (plus Eritrea).

Menelik II was fascinated by modernity, and like Tewodros II before him, had a keen ambition to introduce Western technological and administrative advances into Ethiopia.

Menelik II put an end to Tigrai's claim to the throne through maternal rights because from Menelik I to Yekuno Amlak, Menelik II claimed he had uninterrupted lineage. So the Tigrais were crushed once again deemed as unworthy of Habasha/Solomonic dynasty rule. This was the final below for them.

They also resent Menelik II for the battle of Adwa against the Italian fascist forces. The Tigringya speakers were divided into two main groups; pro-Italy (mostly Kebessa and some Agame) and pro-Dejazmach Mengesha Yohannes. Both groups ultimately wanted to crush Menelik II or for him to fail but to their dismay he was victorious against the Italians. Immediately he put forth plans to punish the traitor Tigrais and they resented him even further.

On top of that they wanted to claim the Adwa victory for themselves but the international community especially the Ottoman Empire, France, Britain and Germany recognized Menelik's big battle. This further infuriated them to this day.

Because Menelik II was half-clever politician, economist, military man, they resent him the most and even encouraged Oromo to turn on him despite him being half-Oromo himself and his wife being one and further leaving the power to Oromo hands (his grandson).

[Image: https://arefe.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/0002.jpg]
The legendary Neftegna with his shotgun

5) Amhara Music/Culture/population

All those three are far superior than those of Tigray and so the Tigrais resent the popularity of Amharic music and culture who enjoy large population base. Their music is the music associated with Ethiopia and Tigringya music is just invisible and still in the shadows.

A good example is how TPLF treats music sensation Teddy Afro. If he was a Tigringya singer, he would be on Ethiopian Airlines every other week for free to tour the "world". But since he is an Amhara, they have to rob him at the airport.

Lambadina is a good example of why the message is much superior in Amharic than Tigringya.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxV-n9iSkEs [Image: http://ethio.ecadforum.com/wp-content/u ... 12_New.png]

These are five good examples of why Tigrais resent the Amhara. These are not good reasons to aid them against Amhara because the Amhara just did what anyone would do-----build a great state and great culture. Too bad if others don't have it and become the shadows. Natural selection is the master.

Even though today Tigrais are in power in Ethiopia, they still remain a shadow of their former masters even after two decades of iron-fist rule. They just lack the essence, quality, ideology, vision and legacy to build on their own Ethiopia. They are still working with the materials and legacies of the Amhara nobility including Amharingya. They try very hard to do every task the very opposite but always end up in the shadows of their former masters. The ethnic kilil was meant to offset Tewodros' centralized vision, the article 38 was meant to dismiss Menelik's unity drive, etc but all have failed in their own ways. Very amateur politics of ethnic division, giving X ethnic arms against Y and reversing the play hand. The Neftegnas focused on nation building and competing with the European empires.



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Re: Top Five Reasons Why Tigrais (Kebessa included) Resent Amhara

Post by Degnet » 29 Jan 2015, 08:21

Hawdian wrote:These are my top reasons why the Tigringya speaking Tigrais resent the Amhara. I have decided to stick it because I feel it's an important discussion and one of the main root causes of Ethiopia's unrest and endless revolutions.

1) Emperor Yekuno Amlak

He restored the Solomonic Dynasty in the 12th century after almost 400 years of Agew domination. The reign of Yekuno Amlak was the birth of Amhara language (literature, as court language) and nobility. Tigrais resent him for founding the Amhara nobility and Amhara script based on the old Geez. The Tigrais borrowed their yellow and red flag from Amlak.

[Image: http://nofi.fr/wp-content/uploads/2014/ ... 2621_o.jpg]

2) Emperor Fasiledes

The 16th century Emperor restored stability and faith in Ethiopia following the devastating raids by Mohammad Gran and later by the Oromo warriors.

Emperor Fasiledes replaced his father Susenyos in 1632 and, in 1636, founded his new capital in Gondar near Lake Tana. The city of Gondar was the first permanent capital and was to flourish until the early 19th century.

Gondar was to become a sophisticated and artistic city with its central Royal Enclosure of magnificent castles started by Fasiledes and continued by ensuing monarchs.

They resent Fasiledes for breaking with tradition and making Gondar the permanent capital. They knew they had little chance to grab power from the Gondaris.

[Image: http://www.sergbet.com/wp-content/uploa ... castle.jpg]

3) Emperor Téwodros II

The 18th century ruler, Emperor Téwodros II, was a visionary man who sought to unify and modernise Ethiopia by crushing the various regional nobility. He is credited for spearheading the modern day Ethiopia and the centralized rule.

The Tigrais resent him for putting an end to many of their local lords and warlords. They really felt he was an imperial force who had occupied them.

Likewise he opened Ethiopia to the outside world and again the Tigrais felt threatened that he was forging relations with world beyond Africa.

[Image: http://www.lekve.net/et/09addis-nationa ... dros02.jpg]

4) Emperor Menelik II

The 19th century Emperor, Atse Menelik II (Sahle Maryam), carried on the legacy of Tewodros from his Shoa base by crushing all of his rivals and begun expanding Ethiopia to what it is today (plus Eritrea).

Menelik II was fascinated by modernity, and like Tewodros II before him, had a keen ambition to introduce Western technological and administrative advances into Ethiopia.

Menelik II put an end to Tigrai's claim to the throne through maternal rights because from Menelik I to Yekuno Amlak, Menelik II claimed he had uninterrupted lineage. So the Tigrais were crushed once again deemed as unworthy of Habasha/Solomonic dynasty rule. This was the final below for them.

They also resent Menelik II for the battle of Adwa against the Italian fascist forces. The Tigringya speakers were divided into two main groups; pro-Italy (mostly Kebessa and some Agame) and pro-Dejazmach Mengesha Yohannes. Both groups ultimately wanted to crush Menelik II or for him to fail but to their dismay he was victorious against the Italians. Immediately he put forth plans to punish the traitor Tigrais and they resented him even further.

On top of that they wanted to claim the Adwa victory for themselves but the international community especially the Ottoman Empire, France, Britain and Germany recognized Menelik's big battle. This further infuriated them to this day.

Because Menelik II was half-clever politician, economist, military man, they resent him the most and even encouraged Oromo to turn on him despite him being half-Oromo himself and his wife being one and further leaving the power to Oromo hands (his grandson).

[Image: https://arefe.files.wordpress.com/2012/10/0002.jpg]
The legendary Neftegna with his shotgun

5) Amhara Music/Culture/population

All those three are far superior than those of Tigray and so the Tigrais resent the popularity of Amharic music and culture who enjoy large population base. Their music is the music associated with Ethiopia and Tigringya music is just invisible and still in the shadows.

A good example is how TPLF treats music sensation Teddy Afro. If he was a Tigringya singer, he would be on Ethiopian Airlines every other week for free to tour the "world". But since he is an Amhara, they have to rob him at the airport.

Lambadina is a good example of why the message is much superior in Amharic than Tigringya.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wxV-n9iSkEs [Image: http://ethio.ecadforum.com/wp-content/u ... 12_New.png]

These are five good examples of why Tigrais resent the Amhara. These are not good reasons to aid them against Amhara because the Amhara just did what anyone would do-----build a great state and great culture. Too bad if others don't have it and become the shadows. Natural selection is the master.

Even though today Tigrais are in power in Ethiopia, they still remain a shadow of their former masters even after two decades of iron-fist rule. They just lack the essence, quality, ideology, vision and legacy to build on their own Ethiopia. They are still working with the materials and legacies of the Amhara nobility including Amharingya. They try very hard to do every task the very opposite but always end up in the shadows of their former masters. The ethnic kilil was meant to offset Tewodros' centralized vision, the article 38 was meant to dismiss Menelik's unity drive, etc but all have failed in their own ways. Very amateur politics of ethnic division, giving X ethnic arms against Y and reversing the play hand. The Neftegnas focused on nation building and competing with the European empires.



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Re: Top Five Reasons Why Tigrais (Kebessa included) Resent Amhara

Post by Maxi » 29 Jan 2015, 10:08

Ras Hawdian, great and powerful points.
God bless you for speaking the truth.

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Re: Top Five Reasons Why Tigrais (Kebessa included) Resent Amhara

Post by dhabaa » 29 Jan 2015, 12:05

Hawdian : You are right. There will be no Ethiopia in the future as long as this these cancerous evils are on power. Leave alone ethiopia there will never be peace in the horn of Africa. Ethiopia will be a failed


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Post by RestoreEthiopic » 29 Jan 2015, 15:05

Hawdian wrote:one of the main root causes of Ethiopia's unrest and endless revolutions.



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Re: Top Five Reasons Why Tigrais (Kebessa included) Resent Amhara

Post by Blue-Sea » 29 Jan 2015, 15:17

The best them all is the two brothers Anseba tigregna and agame Tigria are killing each other. And in the process amahara is taking advantage to regain the lost glorious that snatched by Tigregna speaking handful people. Now how we going to regain back our past glorious? We are reduced to zero. :evil:

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Re: Top Five Reasons Why Tigrais (Kebessa included) Resent Amhara

Post by RestoreEthiopic » 29 Jan 2015, 15:28

If Tigrinyans took advantage of their rightful claim to Amharigna centuries ago, millions of beautiful women named Senait, Ariam & Terhas from Khartoum to Mogadishu would be wearing Zuria today.

:mrgreen:

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Post by Blue-Sea » 29 Jan 2015, 15:33

RestoreEthiopic wrote:If Tigrinyans took advantage of their rightful claim to Amharigna centuries ago, millions of beautiful women named Senait, Ariam & Terhas from Khartoum to Mogadishu would be wearing Zuria today.

:mrgreen:
Nebere belo wori yastelal. The question is how will amharign will gain it's righteous place? the reality speak volume that Tegia successfully reduced amhara to single province. And they successfully reduced amharigna influence to the bottom rock.

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Re: Top Five Reasons Why Tigrais (Kebessa included) Resent Amhara

Post by Hamassien » 29 Jan 2015, 19:31

dhabaa wrote:Hawdian : You are right. There will be no Ethiopia in the future as long as this these cancerous evils are on power. Leave alone ethiopia there will never be peace in the horn of Africa. Ethiopia will be a failed

"On power"

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Post by Sadacha Macca » 29 Jan 2015, 19:31

Ethiopia will fail eventually and hopefully, return to the original borders PRE-MENELIK expansion. so, Abyssinia consisting of Amhara and Tigray region will be back, oromia with its present borders including addis or finfinne will be the new ''Independent Republic of Oromia''... Somalis will have a choice, since they have vast land, they can join somalia, or djibouti, be independent, which might be bad because the somali state doesn't have much fertile land to become self sufficient in the food production department, however, southern somalia is very fertile and can feed all the somalis if they take advantage of it

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Re: Top Five Reasons Why Tigrais (Kebessa included) Resent Amhara

Post by Zack » 29 Jan 2015, 19:44

But the clever by half Amharas have been outsmartened by the short legged Eritreans and the circle dancing Tigrians and put an end to the Amhara Kingdom. The Amhara monarchs ruled to Long , the Kebessa and Tigrians believed they predated The Amhara Kingdoms and that they have the right to shine.And they fought it took them lets just say a half a century to achieve their goals but they got there.The sad part and their weakness is that they are 2 divided the Tigrgina speakers. Yet so small yet deep divisions.

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Post by Hamassien » 29 Jan 2015, 19:52

Kebessa is well within the borders of the State of Eritrea. Now why on earth are you so insistant on including us with you. We live in Eritrea and are called Eritreans and you are from AssTopia and are called AssTopian, can you see the difference? Let me help you out. You have a better chance to include the Germans into your AssTopianness than us Eritreans. We literally ejected you forcefully back to AssTopia. If that ain't enough we opted for total disassociation from AssTopia by forcing your worthless army to surrender in thousands.

30 years fighting for independence is a long time but for us it was a pleasure. We rather live in caves for 100 years than to be associated with AssTopia for any reason. Live side by side yes but anything else will be met with force.

Now go beg Sudan, Somalia, Uganda, Saudi Arabia you favorite spot or any freaking nation you wish to be included in your AssTopianness. We say thank you but NO thank you.

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Re: Top Five Reasons Why Tigrais (Kebessa included) Resent Amhara

Post by Hawdian » 29 Jan 2015, 20:41

Zack,

Actually the Tigrais did not defeat the Amhara nor the Amhara establishment. They continue to struggle to obtain the Amhara legacy to this day and largely have given up.

Let me also point out that TPLF did not come to power as a Tigrais defeating Amhara but they came about by taking advantage of Ethiopia's massive civil unrest. The Amhara direct rule ended with Emperor Haile Selassie and not with Mengistu.

The Amhara fell not because of few Tigrai rebels but because Amhara society was demanding changes and the elites made several mistakes in the process. Their true problem began with the death of Atse Menelik II. As you know he made an error by choosing a kid that was not qualified for leadership only to repay Ras Mohammed Ali of Wollo for his loyalty and all the years he had helped Menelik.

I believe if he had chosen a stronger leadership that day things would have been different but the arrival of Ras Tafari was a fresh air itself to the Amhara courts. The Amharas of today, both young and old, almost Godly admire Haile Selassie and that was their last King and last rule. He did not die in the hands of Tigrais but in the hands of students and the Godless Anti-Christ Mengistu Hailemariam.

The Amhara had no reason to defend nor fight for Mengistu for he cut short of their promised dream. So when the TPLF and EPLF marched from the mountains of the barren north, the Amhara public actually applaud them thinking things will return to normal.

Mengistu had no affiliation with Amhara and he strongly resented the Amhara for he was angry as he was denied and looked down all his life by the Afro-Semitic looking Habasha. They deemed him as a Bantu "gebbar".

In terms of them returning to power well that is taking some time due to changes of minds and ideas in the Amhara society. They have to first figure out a system and idea to unite the people. Do they want republic Ethiopia, democratic Ethiopia, monarch Ethiopia? How do you link Republic Ethiopia with the past monarchy legacy and build on those foundations? All those are some questions Amhara are working on quietly in their heads and hearts. Equally after almost 700 years of rule, the Amhara have decided to take the back seat in the process and feels others should make initiatives rather than complain about the Amhara policies, visions and state formations.

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The craftsmanship of the Amhara establishment

Remember also they waited almost 400 years for the Agew so they are in no rush to depose the TPLF. They just know they will return to power and for them its actually Biblical. The promise of Tewodros never dies for it is like the eternal flame. All Amhara hold on to that dearly.

In conclusion, Tigrais did not defeat Amhara but their own students (students rebellion of Ethiopia 1967-1974) and Mengistu brought their Courts to its knees.

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Re: Top Five Reasons Why Tigrais (Kebessa included) Resent Amhara

Post by Misraq » 29 Jan 2015, 23:57

Hawdi,

Your explanation is rational and well thought. As a Nilotic person myself, tigrays slogan that says "nations and nationalities" was music to my ear. I thought I will have boundless opportunities and says in my enclave under the current rule. I was wrong. What I got is a few CDs in my language and video clips of my culture in the national TV. In return for these non sense goodies, the tigrays rulers evicted me from my land either selling it to neo-colonizers or harvest it themselves. The amhars forced us to speak their language. But never took our land and evict us. They lived amongst us eating, dressing and doing things like that as long as we accepted ethiopiawinet. But the tigrays are cruel and I only hope their exit is peaceful. They made many people unhappy everywhere.


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Re: Top Five Reasons Why Tigrais (Kebessa included) Resent Amhara

Post by Hawdian » 30 Jan 2015, 01:02

Misraq,

Those with low expectations will celebrate to those meaningless things the TPLF and co entertain themselves with such as the "nations and nationalities". Those things are like given kids some sugars. To them its sweet at first but some time later they will realized how they got poisoned.

The current Ethiopia is like that and the more wiser Ethiopians get the more they realized how TPLF and co fooled them all and in the process poisoned them.

Even as a Somali at first I thought Kilil was cool but really its a project for the low grades and criminals, underworld figures and people with low expectations such as 24/7 dhaanto dance, useless cheap status from China and similar things.

The TPLF is the graffiti kid that tried to paint over Picasso. That's why we all reject them. Poison is always sweet and wonderful "new thing" at the start before we realize it. Ethiopia has been poisoned by few fueled by centuries of resentments.

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Re: Top Five Reasons Why Tigrais (Kebessa included) Resent Amhara

Post by yaballo » 30 Jan 2015, 03:01

Good points.

Tigres resent the Amhara due to their ingrained: ENVY, ENVY, ENVY, ENVY & JEALOUSY!

Tigres have been burning with envy for what the Amharas had but wanted for themselves alone, namely, the spoils flowing from the Ethiopian empire built by the Amharas!

The good thing is that their in-built envy has an expiry date & it will consume them alive from the inside out. Boom! Gone!

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Re: Top Five Reasons Why Tigrais (Kebessa included) Resent Amhara

Post by Misraq » 30 Jan 2015, 06:48

That is right, envy and deep level jealousy led them all the way to work against themselves. For instance, 70% of the red sea costal area is habituated by Afar people. Just to harm and distroy the nation built by Amharas, tigrays worked against it and locked themselves from having sea ports. They fought hard to deny Ethiopia and themselves from owning sea ports like asab. Now you see tigrays building rail roads to connect thmselves from Djibouti and port Sudan for future eventuality. Jealousy and envy Made them blind and their master plan is loot from resourse rich south, west and Oromia regions as long a it takes. Really stup!d master plan

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Re: Top Five Reasons Why Tigrais (Kebessa included) Resent Amhara

Post by Hamassien » 31 Jan 2015, 12:05

Misraq wrote:That is right, envy and deep level jealousy led them all the way to work against themselves. For instance, 70% of the red sea costal area is habituated by Afar people. Just to harm and distroy the nation built by Amharas, tigrays worked against it and locked themselves from having sea ports. They fought hard to deny Ethiopia and themselves from owning sea ports like asab. Now you see tigrays building rail roads to connect thmselves from Djibouti and port Sudan for future eventuality. Jealousy and envy Made them blind and their master plan is loot from resourse rich south, west and Oromia regions as long a it takes. Really stup!d master plan
Correction, EPLF dictated the conditions at the time. The EPF had the military might to crush any objection from the AssTopian side. Don't for a second think the deceitful tribe gave up anything willingly. They new the stick of Shabia. All you have to do is ask your uncle, oops he perished trying didn't he?

Now get over it. You at landlocked because your balls are smaller. Yes, you are landlocked because of the Eritrean resolve. But most importantly you are landlocked because you are greedy and inhuman.

If you want seas access and cordial relationship based on mutual respect drop the wish to steel what is not yours.

PS: you are colonized by the AkameeeTribe precisely because you are the scary type who is a coach potato with no gut to fight his oppressors. You are a weasel of the highest order. A deceitful demagogue. 6% ruling you for over 20 years is indeed shameful, adgi.

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