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Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

Post by Zmeselo » 12 Aug 2018, 04:35

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Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back

August 11, 2018


Holding all the aces of Ethiopia enabled the nefarious group of the TPLF to feather their nest quite comfortably. What is it exactly the TPLF wants now, after the clock already has run- down to GAME OVER?

BY I. HABTE

Fuddled with the mentality that “the people of Tigrai alone paid a heavy price in the fight against the Dergue,” the old guards of the TPLF kept a tight rein on the country’s politics, economics, military, and security for the past 27 years.

The one-party political hegemony, the political and financial shenanigans of the TPLF and the partition of Ethiopia on ethnic and language lines are the lead domino in the eruption of inter-ethnic conflict in the country in the past three years and has still continued to exist in some parts of the country.

The present political change in Ethiopia is, therefore, the product of the ethnic violence that took place in many parts of Ethiopia especially in Oromo and Amhara regions. The uprisings, which took a heavy toll on human lives and property, became increasingly rampant, unabated and so much so that they threatened the unity of the country.

Amidst this political chaos, the EPRDF held a three-week meeting behind closed doors and a new reformist force emerged from within the Party and set to lift the country out of a deep crisis. After marathon talks held within the party, Dr. Abiy Ahmed was elected as a new PM. His coming to power has tolled the death knell for the TPLF.

When Dr. Abiy took office as a new PM of Ethiopia, he set out to redress the past injustices and mistakes committed by previous TPLF-controlled EPRDF administration. In not more than four months, he brought about tremendous changes in the country. To name just a few, he made several trips to many parts of Ethiopia and overseas and held meetings with people and opposition parties to listen to their needs and concerns; he made great efforts to ease up ethnic tensions stirred up in many parts of the country; he granted pardon to thousands of political prisoners including prominent ones; he lifted the State of Emergency and rescinded repressive laws brought in by the TPLF to curtail political parties’ activities.

His political will to combat corruption and money-trafficking which have reached endemic levels in the country and his firm dedication to recuperate billions of dollars worth of stolen money from state coffers will, indeed, uncover the multitude and unreported sins of the TPLF leaders. The laws sometimes sleep, but never die.

On top of this, he took a bold decision by announcing the full acceptance of the Algiers Agreement and the Eritrea-Ethiopia Border Commission (EEBC) ruling without pre-conditions, to end the 20-year long state of war and bring a lasting peace between the two neighboring countries.

It should be noted that the new PM neither invented nor added new ideas to the Algiers Agreement and EEBC ruling. But he just breathed life into the Agreement which was left hanging in the air for 16 years to serve the TPLF’ dream. The peace deal and the reform policy have been highly commended by Ethiopians, opposition political parties, state leaders and international organizations.

When Ethiopians are on the threshold of building their country with peace, love, unity, equality and determination for the first time after decades of political instability, economic difficulties and ethnic divisions, the TPLF leaders have blocked their minds behind walls of egoism and hubris and started to sing a different tune. They have started to view the political and economic reform policy as a threat to their unbridled power which they had enjoyed it for 27 years and through which they had ruthlessly plundered the country’s wealth.

Since his coming to power, they are not at ease and as such, they are hell-bent on giving him a rough ride to impair his vision. Furthermore, they are set to decry everything he has been striving to bring a panacea to Ethiopian’s political ills.

Much to the chagrin of the people of Eritrea and Ethiopia, the old guards called an emergency meeting and issued a communiqué, with much fanfare, and rejected the Algiers Agreement and EEBC ruling on the ground that ‘the border issue does not concern Ethiopia but only the TPLF, the true owners of the conflict.’

It has become clear to all Ethiopians that the twenty-year war was not between Ethiopia and Eritrea but between the TPLF group and the Eritrean people. In this sense, the war was fought at the expense of Ethiopian human lives and economic development to satisfy the group’s political agenda.

The TPLF is still run by a bunch of old fogeys, who are dead set to oppose the positive political changes in Ethiopia. Without careful thought of its impacts, it continued prattling about the peace agreement and the reform process, impervious to the effect its messages are having. It devised malicious and gratuitous campaigns against the lofty aspiration of the people and so much so, that it portrayed the PM as a bitter enemy of Tigrai. It organized protests in different towns to denounce the peace agreement and to belittle the reform policy, accompanied by a defamatory speech against him.

The past four months, were the busiest months for the TPLF. It consistently and openly engaged in an intensive campaign, to hinder the ongoing changes. To this end, it organized meetings, conferences or forums for invoking assistance from influential groups including scholars, women, student, youth, teachers associations and other sectors of the society to stand behind it no matter what its negative impact is.

What is more, it invited them to hold debates or discussions on the current situations on TV and radio; to instill poisonous ideas and wrongly influence its people during which they have prated about the demarcation of the border in the filthy trades. The discussions and debates were unconnected with realities, glaringly absurd and without grains of truth.

It has also ganged up with leaders of some political parties and military mafias and started to knock at the doors, including its enemies, to get support for its utopian dream. Some “scholars and opposition parties” are dancing to the tune of the TPLF, if nothing else, to win support for their ‘political beliefs or to boost their personal image.’ However, other than a few impressionable persons, the entire population has stood against the TPLF’s flagitious acts.

The [ deleted ] and stratagems of the TPLF, have been proverbial for many years. This wicked mindset, has been observed by many foreigners. For example, Ambassador Donald Yamamoto, former USA Ambassador to Ethiopia describes Meles Zenawi:

“… as a man thirsty for power, who will cling on to power till his last breath.”

His ideas were based on ‘it’s my way or the highway’ best described by David Shinn, former Ambassador to Ethiopia and Burkina Faso.

“Sources close to him and his family say he had a bad temper and liked to talk by telephone with leaders, even in the middle of the night.”

So, if a ruler hearkens to lies- all his servants are wicked.

At the time when Ethiopians have been holding rallies in support of peace agreement between Eritrea and Ethiopia and the reform policies across the country and abroad, the TPLF organized a massive rally in Tigrai which was said to be in “support of the peace deal”, condemn ethnic-based attacks of all kinds and denounce the ‘breach of the constitution’ and so on, on 27 June, 2018, in Mekele and the next day in other towns.

It is hard to ignore the fact that the TPLF, has not still recognized Dr. Abiy as a PM of Ethiopia. His photograph and name, have been virtually blackouted from its controlled mass media. In all rallies, his name and his reform policies had never been mentioned; the demonstrators wore T -shirts with Meles photos, no photo of Abiy was displayed; they were chanting slogans of ethnic-based attacks especially against Tigrians.

In the meantime, they unfurled banners and carried placards that boost Tigrai identity; glorify their struggle and past history. The crowds were chanting slogans, to remain strong and stay united to ‘face imminent threat against Tigrai.’

In front of tens of thousands of people gathered in the stadium, the chairperson of the TPLF made a pompous speech, which was full of insults, threats, and vainglory. He went into a tirade, about the ethnic-based verbal and physical attacks against the people of Tigrai. Using harshly censorious language, he threatened Ethiopians that the two options that we [the Tigrai people] have:

“either we have to live together with equality and dignity or we have to break from Ethiopia,”

which implies that the TPLF has already been working, towards Balkanization of Ethiopia – touch wood.

In addition, the chairperson ‘appreciated’ the peace agreement reached between the two neighboring countries and in the same breath, he rejected the EEBC ruling. With all honesty, the rally was nothing but a show of strength to demonstrate that the people of Tigrai support and stand by the TPLF.

It is true that the ethnic politics introduced by the TPLF, has still aggravated the fissures in the ethnic groups and as a result the people of Tigrai as well other Ethiopians have become victims of the constitution. So, ‘the ethnic-based hatred against the Tigrai people’ voiced during the rally was deliberately blown out of proportion, just to serve the TPLF’s future evil purposes; whereas many similar incidents are still existing in many parts of the country. The constitution, for all intents and purposes, was designed to serve the interests of the TPLF only.

One of the main reasons that have caused the existing appalling situation in the country, is that there is no constitution as such that defends the interests of all Ethiopians other than promoting ethnic divisions and hatred. So, the Tigrai people should put the saddle on the right horse; instead of blaming simply other Ethiopians or ethnic groups for their unfortunate situation.

Currently, deep discussions and debates are going on among members of the TPLF, political parties, scholars, and others, which have already split them into two groups: the first group advocates that taking into consideration a number of undeniable realities, we can’t achieve economic development without being fully part of Ethiopia. The second group argues that since we are not sure which way the wind blows, we have to give priority to and work first and foremost for the Tigrai interests only. They continued also to argue that, ‘since the problems in Ethiopia do not concern Tigrai, we have to stay at a distance and closely follow, without interfering, the developments going on in the country, which signals that the ‘end of marriage’ is on the horizon'.

Indeed, this unyielding adherence to ‘Tigrai Republic’ is a high-wire act for the TPLF.

By no stretch of the imagination can the old guards accept the ruling of the EEBC and the reform process underway in Ethiopia. Though unlikely, they will keep looking for every possible chance available to turn the tables on the new PM.

Furthermore, using their former influence, strong ties with security and police agents and other groups, they will spare no efforts to bring chaos and upset peace and order in Ethiopia (for example the present instability in Somali region) by instigating protests, killings, riots and stirring up street politics, to say the least.

Finally, holding all the aces of Ethiopia enabled the nefarious group of the TPLF to feather their nest quite comfortably. In addition to this, they are now attempting to destabilize Ethiopia by sponsoring and financing violence in many parts of the country, to create another Yugoslavia in the Horn of Africa.

Not only this!

They have betrayed and thrown their own people including martyrs families into poverty, to say nothing of the drought currently affecting almost a million of the population. Therefore, it is high time for the people to tell their leaders: "fool me once shame on you; fool me twice shame on me". And only then can the people of Tigrai live in peace and harmony with the rest of Ethiopians and shake off poverty, once and for all.

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Re: Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

Post by almaze » 12 Aug 2018, 04:50

WHO IS ABLE TO DO THAT IS THIS KONDAF AGAME !!!!!!!!!!!


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Re: Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

Post by Zmeselo » 12 Aug 2018, 04:54

Which one of these genocidaires, is your daddy- hoe? :mrgreen:

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Re: Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

Post by almaze » 12 Aug 2018, 05:38

quote=Zmeselo post_id=822185 time=1534064088 user_id=25738]
Which one of this genocidaires is your daddy- hoe? :mrgreen:

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This kondaf agmeee pounding his chest like his ancestors from south of the border :lol: :lol: :lol:




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Re: Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

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Re: Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

Post by Zmeselo » 12 Aug 2018, 05:53

Don't you worry. People will be able to read the article, anyway. It's not like you're deleting it, or something.

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Re: Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

Post by pushkin » 12 Aug 2018, 05:59

Almaze Anti Gahba Gual Sharrmuta Agame! Why are you trying to fool us as if we don't recognize you ? Why do you need to post such a nasty pic. like your stinky pusssy? In Eritrea, there is no place for such a falure policy of kushet like your failed weyane policy. Try to save your Agame dynasty which is eating and finishing itself like a dinosaur :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

Post by almaze » 12 Aug 2018, 05:59

Zmeselo wrote:
12 Aug 2018, 05:53
Don't you worry. People will be able to read the article, anyway. It's not like you're deleting it, or something.
We the people still remember our brother BITWEDED ABRAHA !

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Re: Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

Post by Zmeselo » 12 Aug 2018, 06:08

Oromos, take note of Guelleh of Djibouti:


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Re: Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

Post by almaze » 12 Aug 2018, 06:08

pushkin wrote:
12 Aug 2018, 05:59
Almaze Anti Gahba Gual Sharrmuta Agame! Why are you trying to fool us as if we don't recognize you ? Why do you need to post such a nasty pic. like your stinky pusssy? In Eritrea, there is no place for such a falure policy of kushet like your failed weyane policy. Try to save your Agame dynasty which is eating and finishing itself like a dinosaur:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
Deki xelot ደቂ ዓጣሪት .. Free BITWEDED ABRAHA !



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Re: Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

Post by almaze » 12 Aug 2018, 06:19

BITWEDED ABRAHA'S SPEECH .


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Re: Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

Post by almaze » 12 Aug 2018, 06:23

almaze wrote:
12 Aug 2018, 06:19
BITWEDED ABRAHA'S SPEECH .

COMPARING this with dis >>>

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Re: Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

Post by Zmeselo » 12 Aug 2018, 06:26


ሜጀር ጀነራል ኣበበ ተኽለሃይማኖት ካሕሳይ

(courtesy of: Bereket Hadera)

ኣብ ዝሓለፈ ቀዳም ዕለት 4/08/2018 ሕታማ ጋዜጣ "ኣዲስ ኣድማስ" ብላይ ትሕዝቶ ዘለዎ ቃለ መሕትት ሜጀር ጀነራል ኣበበ ተኽለሃይማኖት ካሕሳይ ዚተባህለ (ኣብ ግዜ ውግእ ኤርትሮ- ኢትዮጵያ ኣዛዚ ሓይሊ ኣየር ዚነበረ ደሓር ድሕሪ'ቲ ውግእ ካብ ስልጣኑ ምስ'ቶም ኣብ'ቲ ግዜ'ቲ ዚተፈንጨሉ ኣባላት መሪሕነት ኢህኣደግ (ሕወሓት) ካብ ስልጣኑ ዚተባረረ፡ ቅድሚኡ' ውን ኣዛዚ ሰሜናዊ እዚ ዝነበረ ነባር ተጋዳላይ ሕዋሓት ኮይኑ፡ ካብ'ቶም ኣብ ግዜ ውግእ ኤርትራን ኢትዮጵያን ውግእ ንምሉእ ምቁጽጻር ኤርትራ ዚድግፍ ዝነበረ በዓል ስልጣን'ዩ ኔሩ፡፡)

እዚ ክልተ ዲግሪ ከምዘለዎን፡ ሳልሳይ ዲግሪ (PhD) ይሰርሕ ኣሎ ዚተባህለን፡ ከም "ምሁርን ፖለቲካዊ ተንታንን" ዜላለይዎ ሰብ ኣብ'ዛ ጋዜጣ ኣብ ዚገበሮ ቃለ መሕትት፡ ኣብ'ቲ ብዛዕባ ኤርትራ ኣመልኪቱ ዚሃቦ መልሲ ብጽሟቁ ኣብዚ እነሆ፡፡


ሕቶ፡- "እዚ ምስ ኤርትራ ቴጌሩ ዘሎ ናይ ሰላም ዕርቂ ከመይ ትርእዮ? ንስኻ ብተደጋጋሚ ካብ'ቶመ ኢትዮጵያ ናይ ወደብ ዓሰብ ናይ ዋንነት መሰል ብሕጊ ከምዝምልከታ (ዓሰብ ናይ ኢትዮጵያ ኢያ ማለቱ'ዩ) ሓደ ኢኻ፡ እዚ ሕጂ ተፈጢሩ ዘሎ ናይ ሰላም ሃዋሁው ምስ'ቲ ንስኻ ትሓቶ ጉዳይ ዓሰብ ብኸመይ ኪሳነ ይኽእል?"

መልሲ፡- "እዚ ናይ ሕጂ ስምምዕ ሰላም ነቲ ናይ ኣልጀርስ ውዕል ማእከል ዚገበረ ስለዝኾነ ብግቡእ እንተዜይተሓሲብሉ ሓደገኛ'ዩ፡፡ ምኽንያቱ ናይ ኣልጀርስ ውዕል ምሉእ ብምሉእ ንናይ ኢትዮጵያ ረብሓ ዚጻረር'ዩ፡፡ ብኽልተ መገዲ'ዩ ዚጻረር፡ ብሓደ ወገን ንሰዓርን ተሳዓርን ሓደ ጌሩ'ዩ ዚምልከቶ! (መንዩ ሰዓሪ መንዩ ተሳዓሪ ኣይሓበረን) በቲ ኻልእ ሸነኽ ከኣ ናይ ባሕሪ ኣፍደገን ንናይ ኢትዮጵያ ዶባትን ኣሕሊፉ ዚሃበ ስምምዓት'ዩ!፡፡እዚ ስምምዕ'ዚ ኪስረዝ ኣለዎ ! ናይ ባሕሪ ኣፍደገ ጉዳይ ናይ ዶብ ጉዳይ'ውን'ዩ ! ናይ ኢሮብ ህዝቢ ኣብ ክልተ ኪኽፈል የብሉን፡፡ስለዚ ናይ ኣልጀርስ ስምምዕ ንናይ ኢትዮጵያ ጥቅሚ ኣሕሊፉ ዚሃበ'ዩ፡፡ ኣነ'ውን ካልኣይ ዲግረይ ዚሰራሕኩሉ ጥንሰ-ሓሳብ (Thesis) በዚ ውሳኔ'ዚ መሰረት ዚገበረ'ዩ! እቲ ናይ ኣልጀርስ ውሳኔ ብጣዕሚ ዜሕፍር'ዩ! እዚ ጉድለት'ዚ በቲ ሽዑ ኣብ ስልጣን ዚነበረ መንግስቲ (መለስን ትካሉን) ዚተፈጸመ'ዩ፡፡ናይ ሕጂ መንግስቲ (ኣቢን ትካሉን) ነዚ ጌጋ'ዚ ኪደግምዎ የብሎምን!

ሕቶ፡- እሞ ብኸመይ ድኣ ኢና ናይ ባሕሪ ዋንነት ኪህልወና ዚኽእል?

መልሲ፡- እዚ ሕጂ ተፈጢሩ ዘሎ ናይ ሰላም መንፈስ ጽቡቅ'ዩ፡ ኪፍጠር ዘለዎን ኪንድግፎ ዚግባእ'ውን'ዩ! ናብ'ቲ ቀንድን ኣገዳሲ ጉዳይን ኣትየ ኪዛረብ እንተኾይነ ግን፡ መንግስቲ ኢትዮጵያ ኪጥንቀቅ ይግብኦ፡ ቀዳማይ ነገር መንግስቲ ኤርትራ ሲ ኣሽምባይ ምስ ኢስኢትዮጵያ ሰላም ኪፈጥር ምስ ንገዛእ ህዝቡ ኸማን ሰላም ኪፈጥር ዘይከኣለ መንግስቲ'ዩ፡ ካልኣይ ነገር ድማ፡ ኢትዮጵያ ምስ ኤርትራ ትገብሮ ናይ ሰላም ስምምዕ ናይ ሱዳን ጂቡቲ ኩነታት'ውን ኣብ ግምት ኪኣቱ ዘለዎ ጉዳይ'ዩ! ሳልሳይ ነጥቢ፡ ኣብ ከባቢናን ብፍላይ ድማ ናይ ማእከላይ ምብራቅ ኩነታት ኪግንዘብዎ ይግባእ፡ ቀዳማይ ሚኒስቴር (ዶር ኣቢይ) ብዛዕባ ኣፍደገ ባሕሪ ዚምልከት ጉዳይ፡ ንኢትዮጵያውያን ምሁራት ኣኪቡ ሰፊሕ ክትዕ ኪካየደሉ ይምረጽ! ምሁራት ኢትዮጵያ ናይ ባሕሪ ልኡላውነት መሰል ኣለዋ ዶ የብላን ኣብ ዚብል ኣርእስቲ መጽናዕቲ ጌሮም ከቅርቡ ኪዕደሙ ኣለዎም! ናብ ውዕል ኣልጀርስ ስምምዕ ኪካየድ'ከሎ ነዚ ሓሳብ ሒዞም እንተዝኸዱ ኔሮም እቲ ሽግር ኣይምተፈጥረን ኔሩ፡፡ ኣነ ብመጽናዕቲ ከምዜረጋገጽክዎ ኣብ ኣፍደገ ባሕሪ (ዓሰብ) ናይ ልኡላውነት መሰል ኣለና፡፡ እዚ ወደብ'ዚ ልክዕ ከም ካልኦት ናይ ኢትዮጵያ ግዝኣት'ኪርአ ዘለዎ! ፡፡ እቲ ሕቶ'ውን በዚ መልክዕ'ዩ ኪቀርብ ዘለዎ፡፡ ስለዚ መንግስቲ ናብ'ቲ ቀንዲ ዝርዝራት ቅድሚ ምእታዉ፡ ናይ'ዚ ርክባት ጉዳይ ትካላዊ ብዝኾነ መገዲ ብመጽናዕቲ ኪካየድ'ዩ ዘለዎ፡፡ ምኽንያቱ እቲ ዝሓለፈ ጌጋታት ከይድገም፡፡ ሽሕ'ኳ ናይ ዶባት ጉዳይ ናይ ፌዴራላዊ መንግስቲ ስልጣን እንተኾነ ኣብ ዶባት ዘለዉ ኣህዛብ ምዝርራብ ግቡእ'ዩ፡፡

ብኻልእ መገዲ እዚ ሕጂ ተፈጢሩ ዘሎ ዝምድና ጠቃሚ'ዩ፡ምናልባት ኣብ ኤርትራ ዚሓሸ መንግስቲ ዚምስረተሉ ኩነታት ኪፍጠር ይኽእል'ዩ፡፡

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ዝኸበርካ ሜጀር ጄነራል፡ ብተደጋጋሚ ኣብ መስኮት መራኸቢ ብዙሃን መጺኻ ካብ ትዛረቦ ገለ፡ ማለት ብዛዕባ ኤርትራ፡ተጋራጫውን ንሓድሕዱ ዚጋጮን ኮይኑ ይርከብን፡፡ ድላይካ ኪትዛረብ ሓሳብካ ኪትገልጽን መሰልካ'ዩ፡፡ እንተኾነ ምሁር ኮይንካ ከምቲ ኣጽኒዐዮ፡ ተመራሚረ ረኺበዮ፡ ካልእን ኪትብል እንተኾንካ ንሰባት ወይ ንኣብዛሓ ዚምስጥ ተበላጺ ዘረባ ብምቅራብ ዜይኮነ ከምኡ'ውን ብዛዕባ ወደብ ዓሰብ ናተይ'ዩ፡ይብጽሓኒ'ዩ ብሳይንሳዊ መገዲ ኢየ ዚዛረብ ዘለኹ ኪትብል እንተኾንካ ንኢትዮጵያውያን ምሁራት ሕጊ ጥራይ ዘይኮነ ኣብ ቅድሚ ኤርትራውያን ምሁራት ሕጊ ቀሪብካ እዚ'ዩ ስርወ-ሓሳብ ናተይ (Hypothesis) ኣህጉራዊ ሕጊ ከምዚ ይብል፡ ሕጊ መግዛእታዊ ዶባት፡ ግዝኣታት፡ወዘተ ከከም ፊን ዘበለካ ዘይኮነ ዓለም ለኻዊ ሕጋውነት ዜማእከለ ብመርትዖታት ዚተደገፈ ሒዝካ ንምሁራት ሕጊ ወይ ርትዒ ንዝኣምኑ ኪተእምን ትኽእል፡፡

ውዕል ስምምዕ ኣልጀርስ ከኣ ዚኾነ ወተሃደር ብስምዒት ዚወሰኖ ዘይኮነ ዓለም ለኻዊ ሕግታት ኣማእኪሉ ዚተወሰነ ናይ መወዳእታን ቀያድን ክልቲአን ሃገራት ዚተቀበልኦን ዚፈረማሉን ኢዩ፡፡ እዛ ናትካ ብፍሉይ ተመራሚረ ረኺበያ ትብላ ሲ ካብዚ ዓለም ዚፈልጦ ወጻኢ ካበይን ብኸመይነ ዜምጻኻዮ ርኽበት (Finding) ኢዩ? ኣብ ግዜ ደርግ ዓሰብ ክፍለሃገር ዚበሃል ኔሩ ድዩ ብዘይካ ዓሰብ ኣካል ኤርትራ፡ንስኻ ተጋዳላይ ሕወሓት'ከለኻ ዉዱብካ ንናይ ኤርትራ ሕቶ መግዛእታዊ ሕቶ ከምዝኣምን ትፈልጥ ኢኻ::

ካልኣይ፡ ናይ ኤርትራ ምስ ኢትዮጵያ ሰላም ምፍጣር ምስ ናይ ሱዳንን ጅቡትን ኩነታት ኪረአ ኣለዎ ኢልካ! እንታይ ማለትካ'ዩ እቲ ናይ ዶብ ግጭት ንሰለስቲአን ዶ ይምልከት ኔሩ'ዩ? እቲ ውዕል ኣልጀርስ ንረብሓ ኢትዮጵያ ዚጻረር'ዩ ማለት ከ ሓደ ዚተማህረ ሰብ እሞ መጽናዕትን ምርምርን የካይድ ኢየ ዚብል ሰብ ከምዚ ዓይነት ዓሻ ሕቶ ኣየቅርብን'ዩ፡ ሕጊ ንፍትሒ'ሞበር ንረብሓ ተባሂሉ ስለዘይውሰን፡፡

ብባድመን ካልእ ኣካራኻሪ ዚተበገሰ ግጭት እንታይ ማለትካ'ዩ ጉዳይ ዓሰብ ከም ግዝኣት ኢትዮጵያ ኪርአ ኣለዎ ትብል? እዚ ኮ ነቲ ድሮ ኣንፈት ዚሕዝ ዘሎ ጮራ ሰላም ምዕንቃፍ፡ ኩናት ምእዋጅ ማለት'ዩ! በቲ ካልእ ሸነኽ ከኣ ነዚ ሰላም ብመሰረት ውዕል ኣልጀርስ ዚተማእከለ ጽቡቅ'ዩ ትብል ምስቲ ኣቀዲምካ ዚገለጽካዮ ዚጋራጮ! እዚ ውዕል ኣልጀርስ ንሰዓርን ተሳዓርን ብማዕረ ዚምልከት'ዩ ድማ ኢልካ! ዘርም'ዩ፡ መን'ዩ ስዒሩ መን'ዩ ተሳዒሩ ገለ ዝርዝራዊ መብርሂ Expectation vs achievement ዝብል ግራፍ ስኢልካ ኣረድኣና! ሕጊ ንዝሰዓረ ጥራይ ዝምልከት እንተኾይኑ'ውን ተወሪረ ዝብል ሓረግ ብተሳዒረ ዝብል ሕጊ ኪቅየር'ዩ ማለት'ዩ፡፡

ብዝኾነ ዘረባይ ንምጥቅላል፡ ኣብዚ ተስፋ ሰላም ዚነፍሰሉ ዘሎ መድረኽ እስትራተጅያዊ ዝኾነ ንሓቀኛ ሰላምን ሓድሕድ ምክብባር፡ዝሓለፈ ቁስሊ ዘይምጉዳእ፡ካልእ ሉባ ዚኾነ ሓሳብ ኣቅርብ'ሞበር ዓሰብ ናትና'ዩ ኣብዚ ዝርዝር ስምምዓት ከም ልኡላውነትና ኪኣቱ ኣለዎ ትብል እንተኾንካ፡ ንገለ ኣኽረርቲ ኪትምስጥ ትኽእል ኢኻ ሕጋውነት ግን የብሉን፡ ኩሉ ከምዚ ዓይነት ሕማማት ከኣ መድሃኒት የብሉን'ሞ በዛ "ንተስፋ ዘይብሉ ሕማም ተስፋ ዜይብሉ መድሃኒት'ዩ ፈውሱ" ትብል ምስላ ፈተነኻ ፈውሰይ ፈውሲ ዓሻ ምኻኑ ኪገልጸልካ ይፈቱ፡


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The Tegaru should put the saddle on the right horse, instead of blaming simply other Ethiopians, ethnic groups or Shaebia for their current unfortunate situation. But the daily dose of propaganda and fear mongering going on in Tigray media and forums, implies the TPLF and the people of Tigray are one and the same and their destiny is inextricably intertwined .... with the aim of reaching to the absurd conclusions such as:

1) A threat to the TPLF establishment is a threat to the people of Tigray. Without the TPLF, the people of Tigray will perish in a genocide.

2) The people of Tigray simply cannot coexist, with the rest of their Ethiopian brothers and sisters.

3) The TPLF is the only guarantor of the survival of the people of Tigray, their bulwark between survival and genocide.

4) Not supporting the TPLF is the equivalent of signing one’s own death warrant, in an imminent ethnic genocide.

5) The people of Tigray have no choice but to support the TPLF lock, stock and barrel ... etc

"You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time." - Abraham Lincoln.

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Re: Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

Post by almaze » 12 Aug 2018, 06:35

Zmeselo wrote:
12 Aug 2018, 06:26

ሜጀር ጀነራል ኣበበ ተኽለሃይማኖት ካሕሳይ

(courtesy of: Bereket Hadera)

COMPARING this with dis >>>
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Re: Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

Post by Zmeselo » 12 Aug 2018, 06:51

How social media shaped calls for political change in Ethiopia

By Aljazeera

When Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed delivered his inauguration speech on April 2, 2018, the bold rhetoric suggested a political revolution for the East African nation.

"You could take it as a sort of Obama moment for Ethiopians," says Tamrat G Giorgis, the managing editor of the Addis Fortune newspaper, referring to the former US president.

Abiy's speech promised a new era for ethnic unity, democracy and freedom of speech. It was a radical departure for a country embroiled in long-standing ethnic and political divisions and notorious for its repressed media.

Ethiopia's newfound hope was no coincidence; it was the culmination of hard-fought political activism that had forced change upon the authoritarian nation.

Since 1991, Ethiopia has been ruled by the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) coalition and functioned as a de facto one-party state.

Until 2012, the country was led by Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, a [ deleted ] hardliner who consolidated power around his minority ethnic group, the Tigrayans, and cemented Ethiopia's political order. After his sudden death six years ago, he was replaced by Hailemariam Desalegn, who largely continued the status quo.

During the past few decades, Ethiopia's diverse ethnic groups were often subjugated and politically marginalised. This was primarily felt among the two largest groups, the Omoros (34 percent) and the Amharas (27 percent). Crafty legislation, like 2009's anti-terrorism law, silenced criticism of the political order. Prisons became crammed with opposition politicians and journalists who reported governmental abuses.

"Critical media was being decimated one way or another, and journalists were leaving the country," says Tsedale Lemma, the editor-in-chief of Addis Standard. "We became at some point, the second-largest country producing journalist asylum seekers."

In 2015, a critical turning point ignited the political upheaval. Large-scale demonstrations erupted against the government's plans to extend Addis Ababa's borders into Oromo territory. The peaceful Oromo protesters were violently suppressed by the government, and numerous people were injured or killed. The protests garnered international attention and soon inspired a nationwide demand for change.

Essential to the protest's success was the use of social media.

"You cannot imagine this revolution, this change without social media," says Jawar Mohammed, the founder of the Oromia Media Network based in Minnesota, United States.

"People from all corners of the world will snap a picture, record a video and send it to us through WhatsApp or through Facebook. We take that, we verify it, we edit it and we air it back to them."

Jawar Mohammed became a central player in the Oromo protests and exemplifies how social media affected change. Working mainly from the US, Jawar was one of many diaspora journalists who took advantage of social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook to bypass strict government censorship. Through these mediums, he helped orchestrate demonstrations and broadcast undeniable proof of the government's abuses to millions of followers.

"[Jawar] was the one central figure that played a very decisive role in galvanising the protest," says Lemma. "I always say he has become a virtual space for the gathering of the message of the protesters who have been silenced, who have been killed, who could not trust the media on the ground."

Aided by social media, the protests soon paid dividends. Opposition members and journalists were released from prison; critical websites were unblocked; and Hailemariam resigned as prime minister, Soon after, the EPRDF elected the country's first Oromo leader, Abiy.

Now, with a guarantee from the government that journalists can report freely, an opportunity exists to hold the new government to account.

"If Abiy Ahmed does not deliver the promise of democracy, then we'll be back to social media," says Eskinder Nega, an Ethiopian journalist recently released after six years behind bars.

"I'm prepared to go back to prison again. So, whether there's democracy or no democracy, it's back to work. There's no choice."

Contributors:

Jawar Mohammed - founder, Oromia Media Network
Tsedale Lemma - editor-in-chief, Addis Standard
Tamrat G. Giorgis - managing editor, Addis Fortune
Eskinder Nega - journalist and blogger
Ahmed Shide - Ethiopian communications minister

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Re: Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

Post by pushkin » 12 Aug 2018, 06:52

Almaze Gahban Sharmutta! First, be an ERITREAN to comment on Eritrean situation. Second, you should focus on your shirmuttina business instead of puting your sel in complex situation :roll:

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Re: Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

Post by almaze » 12 Aug 2018, 07:00

pushkin wrote:
12 Aug 2018, 06:52
Almaze Gahban Sharmutta! First, be an ERITREAN to comment on Eritrean situation. Second, you should focus on your shirmuttina business instead of puting your sel in complex situation :roll:

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Re: Stabbing Ethiopians in the Back.

Post by almaze » 12 Aug 2018, 07:07

almaze wrote:
12 Aug 2018, 07:00
pushkin wrote:
12 Aug 2018, 06:52
Almaze Gahban Sharmutta! First, be an ERITREAN to comment on Eritrean situation. Second, you should focus on your shirmuttina business instead of puting your sel in complex situation :roll:
I guess deki xelots are the only eritreans :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:



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