Resolve epic Ethiopian issues now By Robele Ababya

July 29th, 2012 Print Print Email Email

Quotation by Abraham Lincoln

“This country, with its institutions, belongs to the people who inhabit it. Whenever they shall grow weary of the existing government, they can exercise their constitutional right of amending it, or their revolutionary right to dismember or overthrow it.”

The ongoing social unrest will inevitably lead to total civil disobedience in Ethiopia because our country’s ages-old Orthodox Tewahido Christian and Islam faiths are being under state-sponsored severe attacks. Considering also the well-documented heinous crimes of the ruling regime, I ask what choice do Ethiopians have but stage a massive peaceful strike for liberating Ethiopia from paranoid thugs.

Four Monarchs in the eyes of Ethiopians in Uganda

In modern history, Emperors Thewodros, Yohannes IV, Menilik II and Haile Selassie are cited as stalwart defenders of vital interests of Ethiopia. I recall that, on the same date Eritreans were celebrating the result of their referendum in favor of separation by 99.83%, Ethiopians threw a big party at the Sheraton Hotel here in Kampala (Uganda) – not to celebrate the dismemberment but to pay gratitude to these illustrious Emperors while gazing at their magnificent portraits displayed on the walls of the ballroom of the Hotel. They were celebrated and extolled in genuine reverence to defend and preserve the honor, dignity, freedom and vital natural resources of Ethiopia.

On that day, I was deeply saddened the sudden bizarre situation that the best of friends and loving couples were torn between the choices of which party to attend at different locations in the same city. To some naïve people it was as if the historical bond between Ethiopians and Eritreans had ended for good.

Resolving at least five persisting epic issues now

1.Land to the Tiller: This was a cardinal issue, exacerbated by the famine in the north of our country that rocked the foundation of the Imperial regime in 1974. In all fairness, however, there was a land Proclamation made by Emperor Haile Selassie for distribution of private land to Ethiopians. He issued the Proclamation right after His return from His very first official visit to the United States of America (in 1954) and on His way there to some European countries including Germany. As a young boy under ten years old, I knew several people in my village in Addis Ababa each acquiring 40 hectares of virgin land in the south – in Arsi for example. I knew so because my mother was entitled but being a single-parent could not leave her children behind to go that far. In retrospect, I see the problem was due to, among other things: government bureaucracy on the one hand and inability to afford travel expenses by some beneficiaries of the Proclamation on the other – not to mention the poorness or absence of road infrastructures for the few vehicles in those days. The political will on the part of the Monarch was there but the capacity to deliver was poor for reasons mentioned.

I know my best friend with scores of IEAF personnel received 40 hectares each in Neche Sar near Arbaminch; they were at good stage of forming a farmers’ association spearheaded by Dejazmatch Tesfayohannes Berehie – a former high ranking official in Eritrea and entrepreneur. The outbreak of the 1974 Revolution thwarted the aspiration of the association. Incidentally, the economy of Ethiopia was growing at an enviable rate before the Revolution as acknowledged by the international community. Ethiopia was creditworthy at her best!

The first draft I saw of the 1975 Rural Land Proclamation by the Derg was to nationalize all rural lands but entitle each tenant peasant household to keep up to ten hectares and disown their landlords. The subsequent proclamation (47/1975) transferred all urban land and extra houses to government ownership; it was disastrous and ridiculous in more ways than one.

2.Independent judiciary: There is no justice for prisoners of conscience for judges pass sentences under duress or strict instruction – the sentences passed on 24 political leaders and prominent journalists, including Andualem Arragie, Iskinder Nega et al is the latest example in addition to those of in the aftermath of election 2005 where winners and tens of thousands were jailed and then brought to court that gave life sentence to the victors of the election and lesser prison terms to their innocent supporters protesting the stolen votes by the ruling regime. The heavy assault on the Ethiopian Muslim community is already spewing victims in terms loss of life and hundreds of arrests.

3.Freedom of Expression: The denial of this paramount right can only be described as the worst in our history in the 21 years of genocidal tyrant Zenawi’s oppressive regime. The Ethiopia people are fortunately intensifying their struggle to resurrect this cardinal right from total absence to vibrant presence knowing that it is an indispensable tool for effecting regime change.

4.Respect for human rights: This is conspicuous by its absence in terms of draconian heinous crimes including genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes committed by the brutal ruling regime for the last 21 years in breach of its constitution and blatant defiance of Universal Human Rights Declaration of the United Nations to which Ethiopia is a signatory party.

5.Democracy: This has degenerated to a one party system ala Stalinist style; so no need to elaborate it other than to stress that Ethiopia is a totalitarian state ruled by one man that his sycophant inner circles are trying to transform to a personality cult – dubbing him a ‘statesman leading Africa’. The truth is that Zenawi is a supreme racist ruining Africa by following the model of the defunct apartheid system of ruling of Ethiopia divided into nine regions.
All the above (1-5) gigantic issues remain unresolved and in view of their multiplicity of their details and all-pervasive complexity, peaceful civil uprising is the only way forward to arrive at a lasting for all the time that will guarantee peace and tranquility in a carrying democratic society of Ethiopia.

An interesting true story before concluding

I and other colleagues were incarcerated in a hall for a couple of days and all of a sudden one afternoon after lunch there were soldiers in dark coverall pointing automatic machine guns (Uzi and Thompson guns) at us waiting for orders to mow us down. But it did not happen because one among them refused pointing his gun at the others. His Imperial Majesty Haile Selassie 1st (HIM) ordered the standoff between the Imperial Bodyguard and the hostage-takers in the Imperial Ethiopian Air Force. Incidentally, His Excellency Ambassador Imru Zeleke wrote the following among others in his glowing tribute to HIM posted on Abugida website on 23 July 2012:-

“At the end he did not allow his reign to terminate in bloodshed and sorrow, for which we are all grateful. Emperor Haile Selassie was an exceptional human being and a great Ethiopian Emperor whose name will be remembered as such in the annals of World History.”

I told Mengistu in the face, that military government would not be good for Ethiopia; the coward repeatedly complained about my objection in public; I noted the exclusive nature of TPLF and wrote objection to the fact; I hope that I shall not live to see a similar thing repeated for the third time on my watch. I hope that the EYNM will see to it that this won’t happen again in a genuinely democratic Ethiopia emerging from massive civil uprising throughout Ethiopia.


It took:

•Great sacrifice by Birtukan Midekssa, to bring our fights for human rights to higher level;

•The exceptional patriotic contributions of Tamagne Beyene, Theodros Kassahun, Shambel Belaineh , Tsehay Wodajo, et al to rally the Ethiopian people en masse and keeping their hopes alive;

•Stamina and good heart of Dr. Negasso Giddada to show remorse and apologize to the Ethiopian people in public – a rare courage uncommon in our culture;

•An act of trust and prudence to form the Orthodox Tewahido Christian and Muslim Council dedicated to the defense of the centuries-old faiths now facing draconian clampdown;

•Courage and foresight of the ENYM determined to do their part to end tyranny peacefully;

•Vision and ingenuity to create independent media such as ESAT and all other democratic websites to provide voice for the voiceless

And it will take:

•Goodwill and moral obligation to reconcile and demand peaceful change of regime for the sake of freeing Ethiopia from harmful foreign influence and ending tyranny;

•Embracing faith, hope and love to rise up from the abyss of desperation to the height of victory over tyranny;

•Sincerity to admit that: the judicial system is dead in Ethiopia; justice as a paragon of virtue was ingrained in the culture of our ancestors who had faith in it to the extent that plaintiff and defendant walked hand in hand walking long distances to find a judge to resolve their case – (I have seen this in my life time as a small boy).

Thanks to the Almighty God the field is awash with dynamic selfless young leaders; moreover, Ethiopians have demonstrated magnificent display of decorum at the mammoth demonstration on the eve of the ever memorable election 2005. Therefore, Ethiopians CAN do it again even better now.

So let us go for total coordinated civil uprising in unison to engender regime change without bloodshed as the best option; let us go for it with calculated speed and set an example to the international community in that noble effort. Let us begin the act and rejoice our victory in the streets and city squares at home and in the Diaspora – proclaiming the birth of an oasis of peace and tranquility called modern Ethiopia.

Release all political prisoners including Andualem Aragie, Eskinder Nega et al

  1. pete
    | #1

    your writing is rich with colorful words. ultimately, it lacks substance like most writings by most so called intellectuals. Now, I am not here to make a blanket statement like most of your writing. So I will just leave the readers with few thoughts. Who is ready to lead Ethiopia right now? Do you have a clear answer to the demand by the Salafi Moslems? Are you willing to scare investors and tourists from the country for the sake of change to the unknown territory? How would the future political climate should look like? Lastly, Do you have a grand plan to heal all wounds among people who live within the boundary? By the way this last question is what is really missing right now.

  2. dozzz
    | #2

    The Fascist woyane junta committed THE MOST shameful crime of the century when they denied the Ethiopian people to have any say on the so called eritrean referrundum.
    TPLF led by the shabia group did not bother to fight for the interest of Ethiopia.
    Patriotic Ethiopian soldiers fought to keep our country united , shedding their blood, in the name of Ethiopian unity. When the woyane thugs marched to Addis Abeba, they threw Ethiopian soldiers out in the streets to beg and to die.

    Our brave soldiers who should have been treated as patriots were humiliated, most of them shot in cold blood in asmara and addis. The country they fought for they were treated as enemy soldiers.

  3. ጂኒ
    | #3

    የሀገሬን ዐፈር ዐፈር የማይሸት የፖለቲካ መፍትሔ ጋጋታ ስሰማ ያመኛል። በታሪካችን እኛ ዋጋ የከፈልንናቸው እሴቶቻችን የሀገር አንድነት፤ ግለሰባዊ ዝና፤ በቃል መታሰር፤አብሮ ደስታንና ሀዘንን ማሳለፍ፤ አባትና እናትን ማክበር. . . ናቸው። አሁን የሚውጠነጠኑት ምዕራባዊ እሴቶች ብዙም ልባችንና ቀልባችንን አይስቡም።
    ዛሬም እኛ ጀግና እንወዳለን፤እናደንቃለን።የታላቅ መሪን መምጣት እንናፍቃለን።ዛሬም ኤርትራ ከናት ሃገሯ እንድትዋሃድ
    በዘመነ ፌዴሬሽን የተቋቋመው የሃገር ፍቅር ማህበር ዐላማ በብዙ ኢትዮፕያውያን ልብ ውስጥ፤ በተለይ በኔ ልብ ውስጥ ይንፈራገጣል። የዳሕላቅ ደሴት፣ ምፅዋ ፣የቀይ ባሕር ውሃ. . .ይናፍቁኛል።ዛሬም ለናት ሃገራቸው አንድነት ሲሉ የሞቱ፤ አካለ ጎዶሎ የሆኑ፤ መንፈሰ ጎዶሎ የሆኑ፤ የተዋረዱና የተሰደቡ ጀግኖቻችን አደራ ህያው ነው።በነሱ ላይ የሚካሄደው ዘለፋ ያደብናል፤ይሄንኑ ስድብ ተቀብሎ የሚአዳንቅ ኢትዮፕያዊ ደግሞ ደም ያፈላል።ብቻ ብዙ ብዙ እኛነታችን ተዳፍኗል።የሚገርመው ግን ለኢትዮፕያ ቆመናል የሚሉ የፖለቲካ ድርጅቶች ከነዚህ እሴቶቻችን ለመራቅ የሚአደርጉት ሙከራ ነው፤ ያስቀኛል።ፈሪ ሆነው ፍርሃትን ሊአለማምዱን ሲጥሩ በሳቅ ፍርፍር ያደርጉኛል።አሰብን እንጂ ኤርትራን አታስቡ ይሉናል።ያለቀለት ጉዳይ ነው ይሉናል።ሌላም ሌላም። እኔ ግን ሁሉም ቢአብድ ተከትዬ አላብድም።ሃገሬ ሙሉ መሆን አለባት።አምላክ ብቻ አኔንም የፍርሃት መምህራንንም ዕድሜ ይስጠን።እንተያያለን።

  4. Oda Tulu
    | #4

    #1 pete: the writer clearly indicates that the solution isthrough a peaceful popular uprising to overthrough genocidal regime. The rest is simple buut as a sychophant of TPLF masters you cannot swallow the bitter truth that the regime has to go because it cannot reform.

  5. sheqa Alula
    | #5

    This people you called emperors
    were not emperors they were only
    regional mesfins.
    yohannes never ruled outside of tigrai
    Tewodros was only around debretabor zuria
    Menelik south of dessie and Gojam
    They never qualified to be emperors but
    the story written latter to help nation
    making in Abyssinia by subduing and sub-
    jugating Gojam, Wallo and southern peoples
    and oromia’s Sidamo,Bale and HARAR.

  6. Teddy
    | #6

    If Ethiopians, particularly the well to do ones and those living in developed countries spent their time on noble causes such as fighting the embarrassing abject poverty that seems to define us instead of fighting each other, we will have a wonderful country. Instead we care and dedicate out time and resources trying to keep a country sawed together by sheer brutality and unrelenting and unending violence. This violence didn’t start by the current regime nor will it end by replacing it with another regime. The only way we could save this nation is by recognizing the only way we could achieve peace, prosperity is making concessions now. Had we done that with Eritrea, perhaps we would have had access to the sea by the way of Assab. WE MUST LEARN TO MAKE CONCESSIONS FAST!!! We must erase this romantic notion we have of Ethiopia. Ethiopia is not likely to be a great power in the world. Ethiopia is not likely to be one of the largest countries in the world. STOP THIS empty BRAVADO. Instead of taking about our glorious military and economic past, think and work towards resolving the current economic nightmare the people of Ethiopia are in. Stop mystifying Ethiopia. Stop running your mouth and work. Enough is enough!!!! China with over billion people with one of the largest armies and the second biggest economy in the world thinks it is wise to allow the people of Hong Kong to have their own government while maintaining one country two government policy. Canada seems to think it is a good idea to allow two official languages. Switzerland has four official languages. But no, it is a sin to think that way in Ethiopia. If you raise these kinds of questions then you must be anti-Ethiopia and banda. What did we get for this kind of disproportional response to legitimate political and economic questions raised by the people of Ethiopia; We got radical groups such as shabia, TPLF, OLF, ONLF so on and so forth. Don’t blame these groups, as two famous English expressions go ‘the chickens have come home to roost’ and ‘we are reaping what we sow’.

    Good luck I hope you have learned but knowing the Ethiopia politicians I wouldn’t bet my lunch money

  7. abebe
    | #7

    I did not get the essense of targeted message of this article. He mentions everything form emperors to Birtukan. The emperors and their histroy do not save Ethiopia because they have misxed history that all of us do not agree.They are gone and they are things of he past. Birtukan does not save us either because she has pulled herslef from politics and she is raising her daughter. Its a bus that is in motion that takes us to a place we want to go. Just because its a bus does not do the job, it needs to move. Birtukan is like that, she is a non moving bus! Lets find a bus that moves and put gas in it. I want Robles to be pragmatic. Emperor Haile Selassie to me is a man who killed my identity and gave me his another strange identity. You may like him, but not me. The only things that takes us into the past is a common goal and a common objective which is a free, united, just and equal Ethiopia. Neither my dislike of HIM does not stop this nor your infatuation with His Majsest does not take us there.

  8. aha!
    | #8

    Teddy OLF,and ONLF areand/or were liberations spearheaded by TPLF and TPLF was sub-servient to shabia/EPLF, where ONLF and OLF were disgruntled to to rule Ethiopia as coalition known as eprdf, where TPLF Politburro pays the dominanat role with its TPLF and TPLF affiliated enterprises and foreign corporations in terms of exploitation, political and economic strangle hold of the country’s resources and its silent majority.

    EPLF was expelled from the country when the two of them could not agree on master servant relationship to exploit the country together, even at that point the port of assab at least was not under Ethiopian control, let alone the border line dispute has never been resolved after the defeat of EPLF by the TPLF/eprdf regime, where the complete defeat was thwated by the TPLF/eprdf regime. All these predicaments are the creations of the TPLF/eprdf regime with ethnic agenda and ethnic party alignments of parties, but not by those parties and supporters aligned the the goals for unity, territorial integrity, sovereignity of Ethiopia and Ethiopians, where the last item refers to individual freedom, liberty and equality supercede over ethnic and secessionist rights to restore individual rights, restore Ethiopian nationalism and sovereignity by resorting to the original provincial boundries where assorted ethnic groups abide live in in peace, freedom and harmoney among religious andethnic groups by dismanteling ethnic federalism, secessionism and totaliriarinsim, hindering individual freedom, free market capitalism and/or mixed economy and democracy to the silent majority of Ethiopians as well as party alignments along ethnic lines in order to create democracy based on a constituion in which the indiviual is the center piece of the constituion, where democracy, meanining a government of the people and for the people and of the people replaces the the curent form of ethnocracy of either minority and/or majority as OPDF/EFDF/fdre as the curent political model for the opposition party as mirror image of TPLF/eprdf regime, whose implicit support of ethnic federalism, secessionism and totaliarinism may have curtailed the non-violent uprising for freedom under the common goals for unity, territorial integrity, sovereignity of Ethiopia and Ethiopians with strategies to achieve those goals. Having said that I do not share the blame you attibuted to those who are challanging the TPLF/eprdf regime and its ethnic agenda and totalirianism with a state capitalism and exploiting and having a political and economic strangle hold of the countrys resources and its silent majority and foreign corporations of which you are in support of for those behind the silent majority to go along with the TPLF/eprdf regime.

    Going back to this article, I would like thand you for bring up the qoutation by Abraham Linclon about the shared ownership of the country by all its peoples, for bringing up to light the land Proclamation for distributing land to private owners to spur enterpreunual farm enterprises and production along side with WARDU for seed production and farm demostration projects, I presume along with ever pending land reform leislation in the parliament I presume, together with slow but advances in education and training in these and other areas both abroad and at home, while both the the advances in modern free market capitalism in agriculture and the pending landreform, held hostage by the crown council, the balabats and the balabats and the landlords were scorned by the those lined up for those lined up for Marxist-Lenninist made up of two factions: one lined up along the operation of nations and nationalities of liberation movements spearheaded by TPLF, which are now ruling the country under the ideologies, built into the constitution of ethnic federalism, secessionism and totaliarinism, where totalirinism is a carry over from the Derg regime and its own inlination to to Marxisim in its ethnic and secessionist agenda. The other faction of the Marxisist revolution was centered around the class struggle for land reform and workers right, both of which centered around a democratic revolution for reform around the HIM Empror hailesellasie’s agreement to accept the constitutional Monarchy, continue along the path of Britain of parliamentary democracy, maintaining the monarchic system as a sustem for unity, territorial integrity and the sovereignity of Ethiopia under a pariamentary democracy and contued reform on land tenure system through the parliament and contued growth of enterpreunership in the agrobusineses by the private land holders along with availability of capital and machinery to spur production in food commodities.

    The way I read into your proposal of five issues to be reverted but not “to be resolved” and presented as a comparative analysis between the previous regime, who stood for Ethiopian Unity, Ethiopian territorial integrity and the sovereignity of Ethiopia and the TPLF/eprdf regme of ethnic federalism, secessionism, and totalirianism with party alignments along ethnic agenda rather than national agenda, by regrouping your proposals for reversals rather than resolution: where #1 represents the prevalence of ethnic federalism, secessionism and totaliarinism built into the constitution, hindering individual freedom, free market capitalism and democray expressed in #5, need to reverted and/or dismantled. And that the new constitution with the individual as the center piece of constitituion has to supercede ethic and cessionist rights, where by indiependent judiciary stipulated in #2, need to be stipuled in the constitution to maintain balance among the executive, legislative and and the parliamentary branch fo the government in order to induce a fair and free election and fair trials of those brought before the grand jury and the supreme court.

    Simultaneously, #3 freedom of expression and respect for human rights/Declaration of Human rights will be respected under the parliamentary and/or the constitutional democracy, a democracy derived from the constitution as the supreme law of the land and that type of constution is not available in Ethiopia today both the vatage point of the TPLF/eprdf regime or the forseable OPDf/EUDF/fdre maintaining ethnic federalism, secessionism and totaliarinism. I tend to agree with you if main issues fall into these consolidated catagories, whereby without dismatling #1, and setting up individual-oriented, rather than ethnic oriented party or government you can’t get to #2, #3 and #5(democracy with out eliminating ethnocracy).

  9. Teddy
    | #9

    EPLF were Ethiopians just like the rest of us and they are humans just like the rest of us. It is our failure that the existed and mobilized the vast majority Eritreans to their ideology and cause. Since we were ruling that land called Eritrea we were responsible for what happened there. Would like to tell me how you would dismantle federalism in a free and democratic Ethiopia? Would you like to tell me how you would go about dismantling secessionism without some sort of infringement on democratic or human rights or worse without some sort of violence? Trust me I’d rather we didn’t have these issues but it is a fact of life. If Haile Sellasie did not see it fit to dismantle the confederation with Eritrea right after World War II then perhaps we would not have had EPLF. There might have been a separatist’s movement within the Muslim community of Eritrea but that could have been contained and managed. Perhaps we wouldn’t have seen the creation of TPLF, if Haile Selassie didn’t use British Royal Air Force to bomb the people of Tigray when they revolted in 1942/43 European Calendar. You have heard of ‘Kedamawi Wayane’ or ‘First Wayane Rebellion’. I am not even going to touch the OLF or Oromo struggle issue because I wouldn’t even know where to start. There is always a tendency even with the most progressive thinkers of Ethiopia not to admit our collective sins. Reconciliation requires admission of guilt and seeking forgiveness. There are things about our past as a nation that makes us very defensive and uncomfortable but if it is true and we acknowledge it then we could perhaps leave a better country for our children and grandchildren otherwise it is going to be vicious cycle of poverty and conflict and perpetuating themselves. My dear compatriot I am not historian and you may well win a debate with me but it won’t change the fact on the ground. I am sure you a true patriot, I am sure you would like to see hunger, poverty, ethnic strife, and conflict eradicated from our country but please learn to tolerate other points of view without labeling those who raise them. That is a prerequisite for open and free society. Please tell your friends to be less hostile towards Ethiopians with different political views. Please tell them to listen.

    God Bless you!

  10. pete
    | #10

    Thank you Teddy. I hope more people would put a thought to your opinion.

  11. Zerayakob Yared
    | #11


    እንዴት ነው, ለመመለስ ምክኒያቶችህን እያዘጋጀህ ነውን!?

    ሻዕቢያ “ኤርትራን ከኢትዮጵያ ነፃ አውጥቶ ሲያበቃ, ከኢትዮጵያ መባረር በኋላ, ኤርትራን እንደ ሲንጋፖር ለማሳደግ የታገለ ኤርትራዊ የፖለቲካ ድርጅት ነው” ይሄ እንግዲህ በእርሱው/ሻዕቢያው ጉራ ብተና አባባል ማለት ነው:: ይሄንን ግብ ለመተግበር በጠቅላላው አለም, በተለይም በአረቡ አለም, የኢትዮጵያንና የኢትዮጵያውያንን ስም በማጉደፍ ተግባራት ላይ, ሁሉንም ባይባልም, ግን መአቱን ወገኖችህን ለማሰለፍ ተሳክቶለት ሰንብቷል:: በዚህ አቅጣጫ የጉራ ብተና በኩልም ከአባቱ ከጀብሃ ብዙ ነገሮችን ተቀብሎ በጠቅላላው ኤርትራዊ መንፈስ ዘንዳ ለማሰረፅ ተሳክቶለት ሲያበቃ, በኢሳያስ የአክስት ልጆች እንደነ ጃማይካና መለስ/TEDDY አድሓኖሞች በኩል አድርጎ ወደ ኢትዮጵያችንም ጭምር ቁጥር የለሽና መጨበጫ የለሽ ቅሌትን አሰርጎ ሲያበቃ, ይሄው እኛም ችግር ውስጥ ገብተን እንገኛለን:: (የሻዕቢያ ለኢትዮጵያ አበርክቶ ይሄው ብቻ ነው!)

    ስለ ሲንጋፖር ሲዘፍኑ የነበሩት ኤርትራውያን በአሁኑ ጊዜ በየቤታቸው ተዘግተው ምን ያህል ወገናቸው ከጅቡቲ እስከ ሲናይ በረሃ ድረስ በቁማቸው ኩላሊታቸው ተሰርቀው ሲያበቁ, የቀረው አካላቸው ደግሞ በቁማቸው አሞራ እየበላቸው እንደሆነ ብቻ ማጠያየቅ ሆኗል:: ኤርትራዊን በቁሙ ለሞት መዳረግን ጉዳይ ላይ የሻዕቢያ ታማኝ ክፍሎች የሆኑት እንደነ ራሻሂዳ የኤርትራው ግዛት ውስጥም እጃቸውን እየከተቱበት እንደሆነ በአለም የተበተኑት ኤርትራውያን ሁሉ ይናገራሉ:: ከዚህን በኋላ እንደኛ HUMANS ናቸው የሚለው ቃል ሁሉ, በሁለት እግር ከመንቀሳቀስ በላይ, በሌላ-ሌላ የሰው ልጆች ጠባያት/ተግባራት, HUMANS ለመሆናቸው እያጠራጠረ መጥቷል::

    በዚህን ጊዜ አጣዳፊ ተግባራችን መሆን ያለበት ከነዚህ አይነት ባርባራዊ ተግባራት አካባቢያችንን ለማላቀቅ እንጣርና, ስለ 1942 እስከ የዘሬው የአራት ኪሎው ወያኔ ለመወያየት ጊዜ ይኖረናል:: pete’ም ብትሆን እያደመጥከኝ እንደሆነ ባለሙሉ ተስፋ ነኝ::

    Down with fakism! እንዲሁም ለመመለስ ትምህርት አዘል ፀፀትን!

  12. Anonymous
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    Bzw u r talking about history rt now we are colonized &living like slaves our values are intentionally destroyed our family values religiouse ,education.judiciary what our forefathers did is ridiculed on daily basise the only difference between my dog &myself is the chain the only freedom we have to watch the sunris&the sunset to hide our graying hair to enjoy feeding if we afford it while we are in this desperate situation u r trying to tell us about the emperors i tthink u didn’t get our situation

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