Weekly message of Minilik Salssawi

November 2nd, 2014 Print Print Email Email

Weekly message of Minilik Salssawi

  1. Abebe G.
    | #1

    I 100% agree with this propaganda video. However winning Ethiopias mass’s hearts and souls will take more than hollow talk and selective propaganda story. EPRDF is fighting challenging us by building toads and hydro dams and universities and the ETHIOPIANS mass witnessing this kind of unprecedented developement in ETHIOPIA may not fall for the opposition hotair propaganda. If we are serious about challenging EPRDF, then we all must travel to ETHIOPIA do some practical work, if not we will be just TALK nothing more just like the last 23 years.

  2. Zenaru
    | #2

    The problem is we are still stuck in 1960′s and 1970′s style outdated black and white propaganda, which is very ineffective and backward.

  3. aha!
    | #3

    I applaud Miliki Salsawi’s pronouncement about the struggle for freedom if it is anchored with the national agenda for unity, territorial integrity, sovereignty of Ethiopia and Ethiopians, where the last item refers to individual freedom, liberty and equality to super cede ethnic and secessionist rights along with strategies adopted to achieve those goals. This is the only platform that makes distinction with the TPLF/eprdf regime and its mirror image party/Medrek/OPDO/EFDF/fdre with ethnic agenda and the other parties with national agenda as what constitutes negative forces of disintegration and positive forces of integration, respectively, which makes saving Ethiopia from disintegration first and foremost and individual freedom to super cede ethnic and secessionist rights second and drafting a constitution with the individual freedom, liberty and equality as the center piece of the constitution, where by if the individual freedom is respected the group rights follow through, but not vice versa, with independent branches of government and party alignments along the national agenda as opposed to the current alignment of parties along ethnic agenda competing for their ideas how to develop the human and the natural resources of a country in terms of ecological regions as the North and central highlands, the South East Highlands, the Rift Valley, the subtropical Savannah regions, as opposed to ethnic homelands of ill defined boundaries by resorting to the original provinces of assorted ethnic groups and declaring Ethiopia is for all Ethiopians.

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