January 14th, 2011 Print Print Email Email

This appeal is respectfully submitted to:

The Ethiopian People;

The United Nations Security Council;
The Department of State, U.S.A.
The European Union;
The African Union including the people and Government of Zimbabwe;
The UN Human Rights Commission;
The Human Rights Watch;

All people, especially international lawyers, interested in human rights.
Ethiopia-related and some other media are full of news these days about a new initiative
by the heads of the major religious institutions in Ethiopia seeking a pardon and release
of prisoners who were apparently found guilty of various crimes while they were in
power during the former military regime (DERGUE) in Ethiopia led by ex-President
Mengistu H/Mariam. Public opinion on this initiative is still undetermined as there are
those who are in favor of the release for various reasons including the concept of pure
forgiveness as well as the fact that at least some of the prisoners have already served their
terms of imprisonment. Others seem to be opposed to the proposed release taking into
account that the inmates were part of horrendous crimes perpetrated against humanity
during their period in power. There is, therefore, no doubt that whatever outcome will
emerge in the final analysis, it will be controversial.(2)
What, however, is not receiving any consideration, if at all, is the fact that the main
person responsible for the crimes against humanity during the Dergue Regime, ex-
President Mengistu Hailemariam, is still enjoying freedom as he is being sheltered by
Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe. Former dictator Mengistu’s escape to Zimbabwe
was apparently facilitated with some help by a country that officially promotes
democracy and justice internationally. He is now thumbing his nose at the international
community in general and is known to have stated that he never harmed even a fly!
(1) I wish to thank Prof. Getachew Haile, Dr. Yacob H/Mariam, Ato Betru G/Egziabher,
W/o Amasale Hailu, Dr. Minga Negash, and Kegn/Dr. Solomon Abebe for their helpful
comments regarding my initial draft. However, the content is my responsibility.
(2) There are suggestions that go as far as condemning any concern with the Dergue’s
crimes. They propose, instead, that everyone’s attention and effort should be focused
only on current human rights issues in Ethiopia. However, it has to be noted that, firstly,
ignoring past crimes against humanity merely emboldens new and future ones to be
perpetrated with impunity and, secondly, that there is no reason why more than one
struggles may not be undertaken concurrently. There is a further perspective that current
crimes against humanity should be considered jointly with those committed in the past.
However, in this writer’s opinion, such an approach merely dilutes or weakens each case
and should, therefore, be taken separately and on its own merit.

What is absolutely incomprehensible is the glaring inconsistency by the United Nations
and ICC with regard to the application of justice regarding criminal dictators. On the one
hand, there are the cases concerning Yugoslavia’s Milosovic and Liberia’s Taylor who
have rightly been brought to justice at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the
Hague. There is also the pending case of Sudan’s President Omar al Beshir who has been
indicted by ICC although he has so far managed to escape justice. On the other hand,
there are notorious dictators such as Mengistu and several others in Africa and Asia who
are allowed to go virtually scot free by the international community. It is obvious that the
current international system of dealing with such perpetrators of crimes against humanity
leaves a lot to be desired.
The international organizations that have the task to bring criminal dictators to justice are
supposed to be the United Nations and the International Criminal Court.
As in the case of President Omar al Beshir whose country, the Sudan, is not a member of
ICC, the United Nations Security Council has the authority to decide and direct the ICC
to investigate, and, with sufficient evidence, indict a dictator who commits crimes against
humanity or genocide.
ICC’s own declaration on its website ( states:
“The International Criminal Court (ICC), governed by the Rome Statute, is the
first permanent, treaty based, international criminal court established to help end
impunity for the perpetrators of the most serious crimes of concern to the
international community.”
“On 17 July 1998, the international community reached an historic milestone
when 120 States adopted the Rome Statute, the legal basis for establishing the
permanent International Criminal Court.
The Rome Statute entered into force on 1 July 2002 after ratification by 60
Following the adoption of the Rome Statute in 2002, 89 countries have joined the ICC so
far including Kenya which has apparently decided recently to withdraw from the
organization. Kenya’s action is most likely due to the following declaration by the ICC:
“On 31 March 2010, Pre-trial Chamber II, by majority, issued its decision
authorizing the Prosecutor to commence an investigation into the situation in the
Republic of Kenya in relation to crimes against humanity within the jurisdiction

of the Court committed between 1 June 2005 and 26 November 2009. On 15
December 2010, the Prosecutor, after conducting his investigations, submitted to
Pre-Trial Chamber II two applications under article 58 of the Rome Statute
requesting the issuance of summonses to appear for William Samoei Ruto, Henry
Kiprono Kosgey, Joshua Arap Sang (case one) and Francis Kirimi Muthaura,
Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta and Mohamed Hussein Ali (case two) for their alleged
responsibility in the commission of crimes against humanity. In supporting his
requests, the Prosecutor submitted to the Chamber several thousands of pages of

It is interesting to note that some notable countries such as Russia, China, and India have
yet to join ICC. Of particular interest, however, is the fact that USA, which goes to great
lengths to promote democracy on a global scale including, ostensibly, the wars in Iraq
and Afghanistan has not yet become a member of ICC. 31 African countries have become
members of ICC. Perhaps not surprisingly some African countries such as Egypt, Eritrea,
Ethiopia, Libya, etc. have not joined.
As indicated above, although the Sudan is not a member of the ICC, its leader, President
Omar al Bashir has been indicted by the ICC and is, therefore, subject to arrest if he sets
foot in any ICC member country.
The big question, therefore, arises as to why the UN, the ICC, and the international
community at large have, so far, preferred to be absolutely silent with respect to an even
more deadly dictator, namely, Mengistu Hailemariam who is well known for having
perpetrated huge crimes against humanity during his 17-year misrule in Ethiopia. As an
example, his letter (copy from original obtained thanks to (English
translation provided below) dated Hidar 13, 1967 (Eth Cal.)-(Nov 22, 1974 GC)
authorizing the murder of 54 senior officials of Emperor Haile Selassie’s government is
reproduced hereunder for immediate reference. In addition, among the well documented
crimes against humanity committed by ex-Pres. Mengistu is the notorious “Red Terror”
he launched as a result of which many streets in several cities and towns in Ethiopia were
coloured red from the blood of thousands of people (including young and old as well as
women some of whom were pregnant) that were murdered without due process of law.
This writer is not an expert in international law but nevertheless feels obliged to raise, in
his capacity as a human being, the following basic queries and suggestions respectfully:
1. If ICC has indicted dictators such as Taylor, Milosovic, and al Bashir, why is it
not at least submitting a proposal to the UN Security Council recommending an

investigation into the case of a much worse dictator who has wreaked havoc to
Ethiopia with the maximum possible impunity ever known to mankind?
Surely, ICC’s inaction cannot be justified by a provision that cases preceding the
adoption of the Rome Statute in 2002 may not be considered. There is absolutely
nothing to stop ICC from making the above simple recommendation to the UN
Security Council which would be morally bound not to ignore the huge crimes
committed against humanity in Ethiopia.
2. The UN Security Council is fully aware, through some of its important members
such as U.S.A., of the crimes against humanity perpetrated by ex-President
Mengistu. Why is it not acting consistently with its decision concerning Sudan’s
Pres. Omar al Beshir, on its own initiative, directing ICC to investigate the case of
3. Why is the United Nations Secretary-General not expediting the process of
ensuring that it would be mandatory for all member countries to join ICC so that
dictators who govern with impunity will not escape justice and so that ICC
becomes part of the UN systemin order to facilitate an adequate oversight with
regard to bringing dictators such as ex-President Mengistu to justice without
4. It is well known that Zimbabwe achieved its independence with effective
assistance of the Ethiopian people. Therefore, it is appropriate to raise the
question as to whether it is right for the people and government of Zimbabwe to
give refuge to ex-President Mengistu, who has committed crimes against
humanity in Ethiopia? Shouldn’t Pres. Mugabe and his government learn from
Nigeria’s great lesson, namely, the handing over of Liberia’s Taylor to ICC?
Zimbabwe could negotiate directly with the UN and ICC to ensure that the
Ethiopian people will finally achieve justice for Mengistu’s crime against
5. The rest of the international community, especially the European Union, U.S.A.,
the African Union, the UN Human Rights Commission, other human rights
organizations as well as all people interested in justice may not, in good
conscience, ignore the heinous crime against humanity committed by ex-President
Mengistu against the Ethiopian people and are hereby requested to take all
appropriate steps so that he, unlike his victims, will face his day in court.
In the final analysis, dictator Mengistu Hailemariam’s main victims were the Ethiopian
people who should, therefore, be the ones who ought to be most keen in bringing him to
justice. At the same time, it must be noted that for obvious reasons, the UN, ICC and the
international community at large also have at least the moral responsibility to do their
part to consider the gross impunity perpetrated by an Ethiopian dictator wherever he

might be hiding. The notion that only a particular government should initiate with ICC a
case against a dictator like ex-Pres. Mengistu is contrary to principles of justice and
morality. Such a stance would, in fact, render the UN, ICC and the international
community to be complicit with the current unacceptable culture of allowing criminal
dictators to escape facing their days in court thus emboldening others to engage in similar
or worse crimes against humanity. It is, therefore, suggested that all parties mentioned in
items 1-5 above give a serious and urgent consideration to the various proposals in order
to investigate and most probably indict ex-President Mengistu Hailemariam for his
crimes against humanity.

Translation of Mengistu Haile Mariam’s Letter Authorizing the extra-judicial killing of
54 senior officials of His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie I’s government. Copy of the
original letter in Amharic is provided below.

“(Logo) Provisional Ethiopian Military Government
Hidar 13, 1967 Eth Cal
(November 22, 1974 GC)
To: The Dergue’s Campaign & Security Division Officer
Addis Ababa.
Subject: Implementation of the Policy Decision Regarding Officials of the Former
The Revolutionary Dergue comprising representative of the oppressed military is
proceeding with its governance of the country for the purpose of fulfilling the objectives
of the people’s revolution against the feudalistic and abhorrent system of government.
Ever since the establishment of the Revolutionary Dergue, it has proceeded beyond
dismantling the monarchy by detaining and investigating the officials of His Imperial
Majesty Haile Selassie I and has made high level political decisions with regard to the
senior military and civilian officials who have been oppressing and exploiting the
Ethiopian people for the last 40 years.
At the high level meeting conducted by the Dergue members recently, a unanimous
decision has been made by all the members of the Dergue that the first round of a
revolutionary action (meaning killing in Dergue’s parlance*) be taken against the former
government’s officials whose names are listed in the enclosure to this directive. (*words
in bracket are the translator’s.)

1) L/General Aman Andom Michael should be placed under custody today from his
home and be brought to the palace to join the prisoners.
2) A pit shall be dug at the Kerchelle main prison for 54 people using a dozer and the
Senior civilian and military officials listed from No: 1 to 54 shall be kept
separate from the other prisoners by 8:00 pm.
We hereby notify that they shall be transported by military vehicles to the main
Kercehelle prison where they shall be shot to death at 8:00 / 02:00 /.
(Seal) Provisional Ethiopian Military Administrative Dergue
First Vice Chairman
Mengistu Haile Mariam”

  1. Idiot dictator
    | #1

    Kidane. Are you another element of the braiwashed new wave that believed in new histories that were fabricated by EPRDF. Please add Woyane in the list of your letter with Derg. Maybe you can be the prosecutor at the ICC. What do you think? The UN and the ICC are absent moron. They will be there only when they want to be and at the right time to their advantage. Just wait, they will be definately be there for your friends (woyanes), when their job is over. Just like Milosovich and his crew. When your job is over, you go home, Don’t you get it?

  2. Aba Biya Abba Gobbu
    | #2

    Fellow Country Men,

    Mengistu Hailemariam was kicked out or deposed by the yankees and their allies the western nations. It was not the woyane with shabiya or olf. The yankees arranged his living place, Zimbwabe. Why do they bring Mengistu to the ICC? Neither Ethiopia nor Zimbwabe are the members of ICC. If Ethiopians want to save Ethiopia they have to concentrate on the primary enemy of Ethiopia the woyane. Ethiopians do not need to waste time on kicking dead elephents. Concentrate on woyane first of all.

  3. tazabiw
    | #3

    This is a big mistake . As far as I am concern. Let the court do there job. The goverment should stay away from this if not let free all the prisoners.

  4. Debalke
    | #4

    Kidane Alemayehu

    hypocrite and coward.

    He never talked about the crimes committed by Meles. He talks about Mengistu because he lost power.

  5. በርበሬ
    | #5

    መ ንግስቱ ሃይለማሪያም ደንሃግ እንዲቀርብ የ ተ መድ ና የአሜሪካ ፍላጎትአይደለም ሙጋቤ ሲወረድ እነዚህ አተላ ወያነዎች እጅ እንዲገባና በሞት እንዲቀጣ ወይም በማዘናጊያነት ለፖለቲካ ፍጆታ ለረጅም ጊዜ ቤስር ማቆየት እንጅ በሌላ በኩል በባህል በታሪክዋ ጽኑ ይሆነችዋን ሃገራችን በ ነሱ ትአዛዝ በሚወረወርላቸው ቅንጣቢ የባዳነት ተልህኮ ለምፈጼም ለተዘጋጁ ውሾች ሃገርትዋን ወርውሮ የጠፋ ፋሺስት ነው ምናልባት ይህም እንደውለታ ተቆጥሮለት ሊሆን ይችላል ሰውየው ግን ደንሃግ ለፍርድ ለመቅረብ ፍርሃት እንደሌለው ነው የሚያወራው በፕላኔታችን በዚህ ወቅትና ሰኧት ወደር የሌላቸውን ነፍሰገዳዮች መለስና ደጋፊዎቹን ለፍርድ ማቅረብና ማስወገድ ከዚህ የከፋ እጅግ አንገብጋቢ ጉዳይ ነው በሌላ በኩል ለፍርድ የሚያስቀርበው የፕላነቶቹን ጌቶች አለመታዘዝ እንጂ መሪዎች በህዝብ ላይ በሚፈጽሙት የፍጅት መጠን አይደለም

  6. Aziz
    | #6


    You must be a member of the criminal Dergue supporters. Instead of your pathetic and cheap insult, why don’t you address the issues raised in the article if you believe that Mengistu is NOT a criminal.

    Shame on you and your type who resort to demonizing individuals instead of engaging in a civilized discussion.

  7. Drama
    | #7


  8. S Tekle
    | #8

    I wonwer where ato Kidane wants Mengistu to face justice. Certainly not in Ethiopia. You cannot talk about justice where there is none. Rather than begging a foreign power or organisation to help procecute every time our criminals run away when their time is up, why doesn’t Ato Kidane work to the realisation of a just systsem in ethiopia that is capable of prosecuting and delivering justice. I am sure he wouldn’t dare argue that there is such a system in ethiopia today. If so he must be one of those delusional emperior meles’s cadres.

  9. Debalke
    | #9

    Aziz it looks like you are Legesse Seyitanawi. Legesses zenawi has every name on websites and the name “Abebe from Addis Ababa” on VOA.

    Listen, both you and Mengistu are not only cheap, trash and stool but also chiraq that not only the people but history will kill you repeatedly.

    One more Zenawi or his puppet,

    Kidane Alemayehu will bite you from the back, not now, but later when you are removed from power. That is the behaviour of cowards.


  10. Belehennet
    | #10


    You’ve now become Zebarke! The only thing you seem to enjoy is to insult others. Please realize that you’re merely spitting against the wind. Your remarks are of no value whatsoever!

    Please keep quiet if you’re not prepared to respond to the issues of justice raised in the article.

  11. Tangut
    | #11

    Ato Kidane Alemayehu,

    I am puzzled what you are you doing. Recently, you were refused to act as a secretary for ‘Shimgle’ in Dallas to help Paulos/Woyane Supporters. I hope the people in Dallas keep an eye on you. You have been writing about compensation by Italy, you wrote about the some irrelevant information about individuals who were in 1860s. You are involved in almost not less than 20 groups that keep changing its name the pure objective is to confuse the diaspora. You held a forum on Somalia, East Africa etc. You are also supporting Abba Diabilos by writing as you were representing the diaspora. All this involvement is nothing to actually weaken Woyane. It is a lip service and perhaps you are trying to give information to Woyane.

    It is so much so that what you are you doing in Dallas, is being communicated to the rest of the world. I hope you stop tactic.

  12. ተኮላ
    | #12

    አቶ ኪዳኔ

    በጣም ብዙ ነገር ውስጥ መግባት ትወዳለህ:: እስቲ አንድ ጥያቄ ልጠይቅህ?
    ለመሆኑ መንግስቱ ኃ ማሪያም ለፍርድ ይቅረብ ብለህ የተባበሩትን መንግስታትን ስትጠይቅ እስክዛሬ መለስ ዜናዊ ለፍርድ ይቅረብ ብለህ ታውቃለህ?
    ወደፊትም መለስ ዜናዊ ለፍርድ ይቅረብ እንደማትል አውቃለሁ ምክንያቱም አባ ጳውሎስን ለመሳለም ወደ ኢትዮጳያ ስለምትመላለስ ነው::
    እንደውም በቅርብ በዓለም ዓቀፍ የ.ኢ. ኦ. ተ. ክ. ምዕመናን ማህበር በሚል በዲያስፖራው ስም የመነገጃ ዘዴ ለጳውሎስ ድጋፍህን ሰጥተሃል::
    ምናልባት የዕድሜ ጉዳይም ይኖራልና ብዙ በመዘባረቅ ሽምግልናህን ባታጠፋ መልካም ይመስለኛል::

  13. Wodaje
    | #13

    It’s tragic that the responses have so far been mostly irrelevant, inapprpriate or totally false and focussed on demeaning the author rather than having an intelligent discourse. They’ve not addressed the issues raised by the author regarding Mengistu’s horrendous crimes against the Ethiopian people. Here’s my view:

    I agree with the piece in that Mengistu was a criminal. As evidence for this, the letter signed by Mengistu massacring 54 officials without due process of law, presented as an attachment to the article could be cited among other numerous cases. The writer has appealed to the Ethiopian people as well as the international community to bring Mengistu to justice at the International Criminal Court. I agree with this as the jugdment condemning Mengistu to death by the Ethiopian court is not likely to come to fruition.

    I also agree with the author that the cases of Mengistu and Melles should not be mixed as such an action will only complicate matters.

    I don’t know Ato Alemayehu personally. Therefore, I googled him and also checked with people who know him. I understand that he does not care for any praise or have any concern for those cheap shots against him such as Tangut, Tekola, and Debalke.

    For those who are really interested in knowing about his diverse struggle for Ethiopia, all one has to do is to google him as well as check the following website:
    and his superb articles re Sylvia Pankhurst, Emperor Tewodros II, etc. etc.

    He is a person who is being demonized for working so hard by people who have nothing to show in the way of a positive contribution.

    Let us be positive and support the cause of bringing the criminal Mengistu to justice at the ICC.

  14. Wodaje
    | #14

    Sorry, I made a mistake in referring to “Ato Alemayehu”; I meant to say: “Ato Kidane”. My apologies!

  15. Wodaje
    | #15

    I discovered another error in my remarks: instead of “” please refer to “”. Sorry!

  16. Debalke
    | #16


    Who in the hell are you and order others to “keep quite”. Jilanfow?

    The fact of the matter is Kidane’s writing has no gist nor style. It hollow and abhoring to read. In fact he better stop writing because his style causes nausea.

    As far as Mengistu’s crime the world knows very well he does not have to tell us. But this very Guy kidnae is coward and hypocrite as I said before.

    Mengistu is not harmful now (he was before). But Leggesse Zenawi is still killing the nation. Therefore, which should you focus at? At the dead mad dog who is close to grave or at the actively devouring mad hayena, Meles? Kidnne likes to kill the dead-what a hero!!!


  17. aha!
    | #17

    What has been going on in the Diaspora since the split of CUD, which at one time a formidable alternative to the current regime because of its loose coalition of the leaders from the minority parties in the coalition, was nothing more than a deceptive and subvesive politics and seving as a diversionary tactics of heat from TPLF/eprdf to that on each other. Now comes this backsliding article about putting the focus for genocide on the Derg leadership for genocide before the United Nations to divert attention from the current regime to the fallen regime, when the verdict and pardon for the Derg has been consumated by by TPLF/eprdf regime? Is he asking for rehearing of the case by ICC or is it a divesionary tactic of putting the heat back on the Derg and away from TPLF/eprdf regime.

  18. Esubalew
    | #18


    Are you “Kidane himself” or somebody else

    You said “Superb articles” Semayi besaq mote!

    What words are you going to give for articles written by pundits such as Al G/mariam, Hussein Seid, Abebe Gallaw and others.

    In fact Kidanes articles are Untimely, boring and shawllow.

  19. Zeru
    | #19

    Ato Kidane (or Ato Wodaje”),

    Who checked that you called around and found out Kidane is doing a superb job! For the last 5 months or so, you were gone from the internet and the so called ‘activist’ role. We know why you do not even come to Dejeselam (Dallas Michael church). There are a number of activities you are doing that literally supports Woyane. You might pretend that you are fooling us but that is enough. Stop praising yourself. Do not use those like that of Dr. Minga & Dr. Yacob. I strongly believe that these people would probably said, well “Mengistu needs to see the day in court” but not that this is the relevant time. You are just using their name to justify what you wrote is good. Listen, this is the time not going backwards that for we are burning alive by Zenawi’s fire day in day out.

    It is pathetic for you to continue write this at this time. Next time, you might need to consider that enjoy your retirement instead of serving distraction to our struggle.

  20. Fantatye
    | #20

    Ato Kidane ‘Wodajie’,

    You have stated that you are attempting to stand against Vatican. On the other hand, you are supporting Vatican by supporting Abba Diabilos. Look what you wrote

    You are supporting Woyane. Do not tell us otherwise. Your lame argument about the synod being in Ethiopia…yada yada….

    Tell us if you are in a mission to destroy the Diaspora movement for justice. The websites you have stated reflect nothing but a fantasy of sort designed only to confuse and distract the movement. Since you have retired and have a lot of time in your hand, why don’t you do something that a Shimagle would do. Probably, you do not care what we say here; but be assured that the Dallas people are fully aware your nonsense. You are using some honest people to make you look good but it is over, you cannot cheat us with that any more.

    What happened to your Tsebate friend and those in DC mariam now?

  21. Berhanu
    | #21

    Ato Kidane,
    I was really shocked to learn that Ato Kidane Alemayehu, of all the people would decide to do this. I thought he was a serious activist and committed to the casue of Ethiopia and justice for its people. I did an investigation of my own and the things that Ato Kidane is doing Dallas Michael Church are true. Some activist whom you participated are really shocked in deed you have been tricking them while your true motive is not to touch Zenawi or APulos but rather enable them toi destroy the diaspora movement. I also checked what you did in the last 6 years; wow that is shameful act that you have done. Is Prof. Getatchew believed what you are saying or what you are doing?

    If that that is the case, it must be ‘ካረጁ አይበጁ’!

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    ውድ ጓዶች; ብርሃኑ; ፋንታዬ; ዘሩ; ተኮላ; እሱባለው; ደባልቄ

    አብዮታዊ ሰላምታዬ ይድረሳችሁ::

    ምንም እንኩዋ እኔ ዚምባብዌ የምገኘው በአሜሪካ; በካናዳ መንግሥቶችና በፕ.ሙጋቤ አማካኝነት ቢሆንም ጸሐፊው 54 የቀድሞ ባለሥልጣኖችን እንዲረሸኑ የፈረምኩበትን ደብዳቤ በይፋ ስላወጣ አሳስቦኝ ነበር:: ስለዚህ እናንተ ላከናወናችሁልኝ ድጋፍ በስሜታዊነት የተሰማኝን ምሥጋናዬን አቀርባለሁ::

    ስለ ጽሑፎቻችሁ በበኩሌ የተሰማኝን መጠቆም የሚገባኝ መሰለኝ::

    1ኛ/ በደርግ ዘመን ለተክናወነው በጎም ሆነ ሌላ ድርጊት; በሓላፊነት ሁላችንም የምንጠየቅ መሆናችንን ማወቅ ይገባናል:: ስለዚህ ሁላችንም ጥንቃቄ በተጎናጸፈ ዘዴ መመከት ይኖርብናል::

    2ኛ/ እናንተ የሰጣችሁት መልስ ሁሉ ስሜታዊነት የሰፈነበት እንጂ በአብዮቱ ዘመን ለተፈጸመው አንድም ተጨባጭ ማስረጃ አላቀረባችሁም:: ለምሳሌ ያህል; የሚከተሉትን ልትጠቁሙ ትችሉ ነበር;
    (ሀ)በአብዮት ዘመን በኢትዮጵያ ብቻ ሳይሆን በፈረንሳይ; በአሜሪካ; እና በሌሎችም ሐገሮች ከባድ ትግል ባስከተለው ጠንቅ የብዙ ሰው ሕይወት አልፏል:: በኢትዮጵያ ያጋጠመው በጣም ትንሽ ነበር::
    (ለ)እኔ ኢትዮጵያን ለቅቄ የሔድኩት; የባሰ የሰው እልቂት እንዳያጋጥም ስለ ነበር መከሰስ ሳይሆን የሚገባኝ ሌላ ነበር::
    (ሐ)በአብዮቱ አማካኝነት እጅግ ብዙ የሐገር እመርታዎች ተገኝተዋል; ለምሳሌ; መሬት ከጥቂት ሰዎች እጅ ወደ ሕዝብ ባለቤትነት መዛወሩ; በትምሕርት ደረጃ የተገኘው መሻሻል; የሕዝቡ ንቃት; ወዘተ..

    3ኛ/ጽሕፎቻችሁ በሙሉ ያተኮሩት; ጸሐፊውን በማጥላላት; የአንባቢውን ትዝብት በሚጋብዝ ተራ ነቀፋ ላይ ነው:: እንኳን በከፍተኛ ደረጃ የታወቀ ሰው(እንደ ሰማሁት ጸሓፊው ለተባበሩት መንግሥታት ድርጅት ለብዙ ዘመን ያገለገለ ግለ-ሰብ ነው)ይቅርና ሌላውን ማናቸውንም ሰው ቢሆን በስድብ ሳይሆን; በማስረጃ በተደገፈ; ጥሞና በተላበሰ; በትሕትና መልስ መስጠት ይገባል:: በዚህ ዘዴ; ጸሓፊው በጉዳዩ እንደገና እንዲያስብበት ብሎም እንዲያስተካክል ማድረግ ይቻላል::

    4ኛ/ጸሐፊው የወያኔን ጉዳይ ባለማካተቱ ተወቅሷል:: ይህም ትክክል አልመሰለኝም:: ምክንያቱም; እንደምታውቁት; ወያኔ ዘረኛ የሆነ; ኤርትራን ያስገነጠለ; በዘር አጥፊነት (ጋምቤላ; ኦጋዴን; ወዘተ. ለተፈጸሙት ወንጀሎች) የተከሰሰ; እና ሐገራችንን ያቆረቆዘ; ወዘተ. ነው:: የኔን ስም ከወያኔ ጋር ማጣመር ከባድ ስሕተት መሆኑን እንድትገነዘቡ ይገባል::

    በአጠቃላይ; ወገኖቼ; ለወደፊቱ ድጋፋችሁ; ዘዴ; መረጋጋትና ስልት የተላበሰ እንዲሆን አደራ እላችሗለሁ::



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