Meles Zenawi’s humiliating presence at Columbia University; Bollinger was a no show – By Protest Organizing Comittee

September 25th, 2010 Print Print Email Email

On Wednesday Sep 22, several hundred Ethiopians came from Washington, New York, Boston, Delaware, New Jersey and Connecticut to protest against the invitation of Tyrant Meles Zenawi to speak at Columbia University.

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  1. Right side and Wrong side
    | #1

    Thank you for representing Ethiopian people who are living as hostages in their own country. Thank you for representing all Ethiopians around the world who oppose Meles and couldn’t be there in person. What a heartwarming feeling must be to protest there in person against the torturer and killer of Ethiopians and to be there to give voice for the voiceless Ethiopians! Seeing the photos of the protesters who stood for Democracy and Freedom gave me a great feeling — I thank you from the bottom of my heart!

    Shame on those Woyanes who stood against Humanity, Peace and Freedom…
    It is becoming more and more brighter and clearer, like mid summer sun, that Woyanes are a bunch of mindless, shameless individuals that see the bloody-hand tyrant Melese as their Prophet, regardless, the horrendous crimes he has committed on Ethiopians, including torturing and killing some of their own Tigrean people. It is one of the wonder of the world, what Woyanes see in a man that is responsible for the death of so many innocent people. Could it be that, these people cannot think for themselves, or clueless to know the difference between great leadership and dictatorship. Do these Woyanes believe, building a modern airport is better than living in free society, where every person’s right is respected? I just don’t get it. Meles is ugly in and out, arrogant, wicked, liar, narcissist, corrupted and a ruthless criminal, that has the blood of countless number of Ethiopians, Eritreans and Somalis, and Melese’s supporters see nothing wrong with this man. ’Why in God’s name, Woyanes worship and believe in this Satan and see Melese as their Masaya? It just came to me, Let me answer my own question: Melese and Woyanes are one and the same.

  2. ኢትዮጵያዬ
    | #2

    Shame on to the evil servant who stood against Humanity, Peace and Freedom…
    It is becoming more and more brighter and clearer, like mid summer sun, that hodams are a bunch of mindless, shameless individuals that see the bloody-hand tyrant Melese as their money machine, regardless, the horrendous crimes he has committed on Ethiopians, including torturing and killing some of their own Tigrean people. It is one of the wonder of the world, what hodams see in a man that is responsible for the death of so many innocent people.

    These people cannot think for themselves, or clueless to know the ethno centeric deeds. Do these hodams living in free society, diverting aids money for serving the evil starving the nation …. ? Meles is ugly in and out, arrogant, wicked, liar, narcissist, corrupted and a ruthless criminal, genocider that has the blood of countless number of Ethiopians, Eritreans and Somalis,….fascist

  3. Right side and Wrong side
    | #3

    #2, I noticed you changed the word I used “WOYNES” to “HODAMS” and “Evil Servants” — You say tomato, I say tomato — what is the difference?

  4. Waaqoo
    | #4

    We like it or not TPLF is on preemptive strike on Diaspora movement. Die hard supporters are reorganizing and reflexing their muscle to silence Diaspora. On top of that, the Diaspora is lending them a hammer to nail it self by engaging in futile internal dogfight.
    We need to know that we are not in a luxury of noisy quarrel while the enemy is advancing in our backyard. In my view both demonstrations (Nile and Colombia) gave us important lesson and concrete evidence about who the hell rubbing shoulders with the tyrant regime are.
    We too have to exploit this vulnerability to counter-silence agents of tyranny. If we are committed and took independent initiatives, we can change the wind in our favor and these rats will soon ran to save their asses. If we really are patriotic Ethiopians, we shall not push aside our solemn responsibility to organizations and political parties. Abrham Debochi, Abdissa Aggaa, Belay Zeleqe and Zerai Deres are few examples to cite who cause major damage to fascists individually.
    We have to take the struggle to the next level – supplementing group responsibility with individual initiative. It could be at work place, public space, neighborhoods, social gathering, etc. Let us show them the people’s power! Let us show them we are no more tolerating them. We need a new approach of moving the struggle forward by transforming the indecisive group led action to the most effective individual initiative with surgical operations to eliminate key tyranny outposts.

  5. One Ethiopia!
    | #5

    Waaqoo,
    I agree with you, but, first things first–Ethiopians have to work harder to break the cycle of hate Melese and Esayas have created between Ethiopian ethnic groups to divide and rule. It is unfortunate that many Ethiopians still believe the made up history of the two evil cousins. OLF need to drop their separation mentality and unite their Ethiopian brothers and sisters to get rid of the devil that has been destroying Ethiopia. May peace prevail on the land of Ethiopia! United we stand, divided we fall!

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