Successful Protest at Woyane embassy in DC – EthioForum

June 18th, 2007 Print Print Email Email

June 18 2007 – Hundreds of compatriots massed infront of the Woyane embassy today, condemning the verdict and court proceedings of the cangaroo court. (more…)

June 18 2007 – Hundreds of compatriots massed infront of the Woyane embassy today, condemning the verdict and court proceedings of the cangaroo court. The embassy was shut at one time as demonstrators stormed into the embassy compound. Embasy area was tense and officials called the police. Our compatriots made it clear that we will fight this injustice by all means possible.

The DC metro area Kinijit support Chapter in colaboration with Hibret planned and staged this timely action. Our protests will continue using different methods.

It is time for action from now on. Sombody tell these compromised individuals, the so called “shimagiles” to get lost. They have proven to be partisan hacks. One of them even used woyane type insult to address us – calling us “Hamberger eating exiles” on a radio station run by a deranged anti-kinijit individual yesterday. Friends, defend Kinijit from hackers and keep on fighting for the freedom of our leaders and our people.

Reported by – Fekade Shewakena
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  1. fish
    | #1

    yes it is a good thing to show this primitives, haow much they are hated and nobody want to associate with them let alone live witt them. Thye muct go to their stony vilage.

  2. Netsanet
    | #2

    Its funny that they think of us as “hamberger eating exiles” while the truth is they are “hodam & selfish” opressors.

  3. Taye
    | #3

    I am very proud of ethiopians in washington dc.

  4. | #4

    keep on cring like you did for the past 16 years and nathing will change ” sat hulla tesebsibachu” it is shame men don’t cry men standup and fight..

  5. yaphet
    | #5

    Tigray and its people dont need your presence to attain our goal. Remember if we Tigreans kicked Mengistu with all his hate and army toward us what makes you think the cry baby Kinijit leaders and supporters will make a difference.

    Agazi, you dont know these people are ladies. Not ladies from Tigray you know how our ladies are. Our ladies are an ass kicking machine!!!

    This is all DC has? NO, I think people with higher IQ are quitting form a failed kinijit ,but the dumb asses will always follow loosers.

    Woyane for life!!!

  6. Netsanet
    | #6

    Yaphet,I don’t Hate Tigrayn People and I will never do no matter what happens. But in your comment you are implying that woyane is on power to serve the interest of Tigryans, which is completely not true. You said people with higher IQ are quitting from kinijit. But we both know that weyane is the one who is suffering form the lack of smart cadres. It is funny when you accuse kinijit supporters of being dumb while you are the one who is proposing 3 million Tigryans should rule 70 million Ethiopians.
    Let me say this, woyane is a collection of stupid cadres led by few venmous individuals.There is nothing you can say or do to make us Quit our struggle for freedom. Remember at the end no matter who is on power the people always wins.

    Blieve on reason not on individuals!

    Long live Ethiopia!!!

  7. yaphet
    | #7

    Netsanet, we care less if you and your people hate or love my people because you are nobody in our world do not even know you exist.In your smart thinking only a majority should rule Ethiopia, and those minority should be followers. Wow, what a brilliant idea, who taught you this? is it Haiul Shawel or Pro. Mesfin W/mariam? If that is the case Dr. Birhanu Nega is from a minority
    Gurage so he is not good enough to rule. Poor Dr. Birhanu Nege, he is working with donkeys. This is what kinijit teach you on a daily base. I know that donkeys can lead donkeys ,but a donkey can not lead a human being.

    For your information I dont call these kinijit leaders educated for the simple reason that they can not even express themselves forget politics. God knows how they got what they have now and show off to get a position. I think they just took a crush course and confuse people like you as being educated. In my eyes a farmer in Ethiopa know much better than these assholes.

    Woyane for life!!!

  8. | #8

    I just feel sorry for those men crying for almost 2 decades and they continue to cry, what a shame , what an embarrassment I thought all Ethiopian have proud and dignity and those called themselves men and crying like a little kids for almost twenty years begging and holding signs like ” free our leaders”? that is bad. If they were intelligent they would of figure that our when the first ten years passed however Ethiopia continues margin to the positive horizon ..

  9. Netsanet
    | #9

    First of all, I dont love or hate Tigyans, which are Ethiopians by the way, just to please you. Its a matter a of humanity and logic within me.Second, you missinterprated my comment. I never said the majority should dominate the country. All I said is the country should have a political system in which every person or group in the country is reprented fairly. I couldn’t care less if Brehanu Nega is the president or not. Remember what i said, do not blieve in an individual.Instead blieve in a system that yields to reason.

    If you have doubts about the compitence of kinijit leaders to lead the country i suggest you should see the election 1997(E.C.) political debate videos posted on You-Tube. Do not try to tell me i havent seen what i have seen. Other than that, i dont want to waste any more of my time trying to tarnish woyane. Their deeds speak for themselves.

    imposing fear is never the solution.

    Long live reason, long live Ethiopia!!!

    Pay attention to this!!!

    “I knew as well as I knew anything that the oppressor must be liberated just as surely as the oppressed. A man who takes away another man’s freedom is a prisoner of hatred, he is locked behind the bars of prejudice and narrow-mindedness. I am not truly free if I am taking away someone else’s freedom, just as surely as I am not free when my freedom is taken from me. The oppressed and the oppressor alike are robbed of their humanity.”

    by Nelson Mandela

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