Show your solidarity with the people of Ethiopia

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The Woyanne Kangaroo court’s Verdict against Human right advocates and publicly elected Kinijit Leaders carrying charges of life imprisonment or death has been Internationally condemned as Dictatorial and Intolerable. (more…)

The Woyanne Kangaroo court’s Verdict against Human right advocates and publicly elected Kinijit Leaders carrying charges of life imprisonment or death has been Internationally condemned as Dictatorial and Intolerable.

“SILENCE IS NOT GOLDEN”

“SPEAK UP AGAINST SUCH TRAVESTY OF JUSTICE!!”

COME AND BE COUNTED ON MONDAY JUNE 18 2007 IN FRONT OF THE WOYANNE EMBASSY IN WASHINGTON, DC AT THE PROTEST AGAINST ZENAWI’S AND HIS RETARDED JUDGES’ DECISIONS!!

LET’S JAM THE WOYANNE EMBASSY!!

PLEASE CHECK OUT THE FLIER FOR MORE DETAILS.

civil disobdience

  1. AYLE
    | #1

    I DON’T THINK WOYNE IS ONT GONNA DONING THIS? BUT IF IT IS HAPPEN, FOR SURE THAT EVERY WOYNE LEADER CHILDERN WILL NOT HAVE CHNCE TO LIVE FREELY IN EVERY PART OF THE WORLD.THIS IS THE WORD OF MAJORIY ETHIOPIAN.
    SORRY FOR SAYING THIS.

  2. Ethiopia Hageree
    | #2

    We had several of these demonstrations and appeals in the past. Do not you think it is stupid to repeat the same thing over and over again while knowing there is not going to be any result? The organizations that are planning this demonstration better plan it in a smart and result-oriented way. Please! Please!

  3. yaphet
    | #3

    Dear Ethiopia Hageree:

    How would you expect a different result when they are using the same mind . Just like American say it” It is the same shit but a different day”. These kinigit leaders and supporters are full of shit so it is better for you to set up your own party and make sure you not to including Negede Gobeze, Hailu Shawel, Mesfin W/Mariam and Hailu Araya. These assholes are walking with a chip on their sholder from a previous government, and the chip has a lot of uncurable disease in it so stay away.

    Kinijit sucks!!

  4. Tigist
    | #4

    Dear “Ethiopia Hageree” let me point out two main reasons why we should protest right in front of Woyanne embassy. First of all, there has to be a way for general public to protest the Woyanne court’s verdict on our leaders. That is why you need a mass protest. Second, when we keep asking for something consistently, naturally we will get what we ask for. Constancy pays off! And vibrant democracy is something that you need to work on it and earn it.
    Third, whether you believe it or not whenever we protest against Woyanne, it bothers them. Whenever we protest against Meles, it affects him because obviously he has a little man syndrome. He seeks attention and approval, but he is not getting it from the majority of Ethiopians. We see him as a curse on Ethiopia, as evil that brought the worst dark days in our country history. That is why his cadres rush to post their nonsense on this site.
    However, as you pointed out protest by it self is not going to bring the change we need in Ethiopia. We need to come up with methods that would involve all Ethiopians both inside and outside of Ethiopia. I am sure Kinijit with other Ethiopian political organizations is working on that. We just have to stay active and follow the lead.

  5. Mimi
    | #5

    Good points Tigist, it seems to me you know what you are doing, and I love to see Abesha with conviction and principle.

  6. Hagere
    | #6

    I am sure the woynne embassy will kill us if they are allowed…so the solutions is in Ethiopia and not in Washington, DC embassy who protested that VOA Amharic service to Ethiopia should close…this shows the lack of leaership in KIL. They do not have outlined plan which is worth sacrifying anything for!! I love kinijit, but it’s unfortunate that we can’t find leader that could lead an effective peaceful struggle towards the dream of our people. We need to peaceully demand our rights using the power of support kinijit has in Ethiopia!!! That requiers massive media to get that accross to the people of Ethiopia. Every activity in Ethiopia failed because of a lack of effective media in Ethiopia!!! The so called KIL leaders are handicapped to even think of our essential needs!! What a trajedy!!

  7. Mimi
    | #7

    Hagere, you have a valid point regarding having a major media outlet to Ethiopia and strong leadership from KIL. I hope the KIL leaders would address the question soon and lead us effectively. However, the DC protest must go on. Every step counts towards free and democratic Ethiopia.

  8. fish
    | #8

    Tigray Peoples Liberation Front (TPLF) attacked NGO target (Feb. 17, 1988, Ethiopia)

    Incident Date: Feb. 17, 1988

    Terrorist Organization(s): Tigray Peoples Liberation Front (TPLF)

    City: Asmara

    Country/Area: Ethiopia

    Region: Africa

    Target: NGO

    Tactic: Kidnapping

    Suicide: No

    Weapon: Unknown

    Fatalities: 0

    Injuries: 0

    US Attack: No

    US Fatalities: 0

    US Injuries: 0

    Attack Claimed: No

    Coordinated: No

    Description: ETHIOPIA. Members of the Tigray People’s Liberation Front abducted six European aid workers in Asmara. The victims were three Irish nuns, two Belgian doctors and a Dutch nurse. All were released a week later.

    Information Source: Chronology Data 1968-1997

  9. Jyigzaw
    | #9

    Dear my fellow ethiopians
    Zenawi’s kangaroo court verdict has to be condemned. Our elected leaders are our great patroits and we have to raise our voices for our leaders at any place and time.
    zenawi is very desperate and he is running out of time. lets keep working together and again stop the kangaroo courts decision.
    Ethiopia will prevail.

  10. fish
    | #10

    Erdogan: I am ashamed as a human

    Erdogan: I am ashamed as a human Touring Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa yesterday, Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said he felt “ashamed as a human” on seeing the poverty-stricken conditions of some of the people living there.

    Erdogan toured the Muslim and Christian neighborhood of Filoha in Addis Ababa, passing out cookies and biscuits to children, and speaking with residents. He also stopped in at the second largest mosque in the city, and greeted the imam there. Comparing his visit with a previous one to Darfur in Sudan, Erdogan noted “There I visited a camp for refugees. Here, there is hunger and poverty, but we are in Ethopia, and in the capital.” Erdogan was joined on his tour by various government officials, as well as his daughter, Sumeyye Erdogan.

    and this stupids talk about millanium blabla aye tigree

  11. | #11

    The name of the game is CONSISTENCY.Yes, I will go out and demonstrate.Keep up the pressure!Don’t let these stunted woyanne cadres distract you.

  12. kadu
    | #12

    gobez, it is good u guys demonstrate in dc.But what to get from woyagn?u have done this many times in ur life however woyangn never yield to mass protest or public demand. I do not hope USA and europe will solve this problem in Ethiopia. The real solution is among us: Ethiopians. Today the Ethiopian people want a strong well organized movement and leader that can do the resistance against the TPLF. above all in our history we are at the poin of losing our identity and become people with a country. Gobez let us think of something better to kneel down the woyan, armed struggle, that is the only solution we have

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