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Fear

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  1. tazabi
    | #1

    Ato Muziky68, this time you are talking the language we want to hear. Enough with begging weyanes. Weyane is enemy of ethiopia.

  2. | #2

    what we have to do next is in the hand of you tell us then we will do what ever it wil cost us

  3. geremew
    | #3

    Muziky68,

    The key to reach your goal in any strugle is TO NEVER UNDERESTIMATE YOUR ENEMY, This was one of CUD’s TILIK DIKMET, Wheter it’s good or bad, EPRDF is a well established organization and to bring it down, IT TAKES MORE THAN “YE PAL TALK WERE, CYBER FUKERA OR “DAR KOMO BELEW MALET”.

    If you consider doing business with EPRDF as a SIN, then what is all this “YE ENETAREK LIMENA”?? People are confused with the mix messages they get every time someone like you opens his or her mouth. The “MEFEKIR” that you used here says everything about you. Your “ye netsanet tagayoch” were scrumbling to get an exit visa just after they instigated the REBSHA and this is YE ADEBEBAY MISTER, Nobody is willing to give his or her life for your INFLATED EGO because we have seen it all.

    BE DEHAW DEM SILTAN YEMIYAZIBET GIZE ALFUAL!!!!!!!

    COME AND FIGHT THEM IF YOU ARE MAN ENOUGH.

  4. muziky68
    | #4

    Geremew:

    You need to remember this. The solution for our country is peace and negotiation. However, the EPRDF has said “NO” to peace and reconciliation. An organization who is shuting the door for dialog is by default “dead”.

    My article does not say it is bad to have a dialog with teh EPRDF. My article is saying EPRDF is not willing to dialog.

    Therefore the choice are three folds:

    1. Go and battle th EPRDF with armed struggle
    2. Let teh EPRDF rule for the next 70, 80 years
    3. rise up and force a change with a peaceful and popular uprising across the country.

    My article is vouching for option 3. If you are vouching for item 2, then we may not be in the same wave length. That means you are taking the option where leaders will come out from Kaliti with a body bag.
    If you are for item 1, then I suggest you point me to something that is tangeable.

    “NE DEHAW DEM SILTAN YEMIZAZIBET GIZE ALFULA” you said. So the blood that is being shed as we speak is water from your view ?

    Listen brother, let me conclude you with what Birtukan has said :” WHAT IS A MAN WITHOUT FREEDOM”.

    The talk of your kind is what my article is trying to fight aming Ethiopians. The talk of fear and despair. The talk that make “big” the EPRDF.

    DO you, in your good conscious think that if the people is rising up couple of hundred people can suppress the will of the majority ???

    I will live the answer to you /

  5. geremew
    | #5

    Muziky68

    I’m confused here, would the CUD accept EPRDF as “Ethiopian” party???? or would they be willing to work with EPRDF for the well being of Ethiopia??? if their main concern was the well being of the country, why is it that more than half of the elected MP’s joined the parlament but those abroad (the makers and breakers of CUD) didn’t want to hear anything about working with EPRDF??

    When Hailu Shawel left DC just before the election, it was clear that the people behind the scene like Negede Gobeze and the others who had blood on their hand have already made their mind about what they want out of this election. What I’m trying to say is, they wanted nothing but victory and were totally not prepared for dialog or compromise.

    You need to free your self from the illusion that was carefully designed and executed to convince people that CUD has won the election. Were there some irregularities? yes there were but the whole world witnessed that while the opposition gained more seats, the ruling party has won the election. This is not a myth it’s a well documented fact.

    When CUD was asked to back up their case about the alleged “stollen votes” they were not able to provide them in written form. Out of the 500 plus voting districts through out the country, CUD participated in less than half of them which was mostly in the urban arias, but the majority of Ethiopians live in the rular areas, so my brother isn’t it agianst the laws of maths to claim that the victory was stollen from CUD???

    People wanted to show their disappointment against the government but they never expected the “opposition”to tell them ATIKBERU…LEKSO ATIDRESU….TIGRE WEDE MEKELE…and all those distructive and polarising words. This was the wake up call for those who were convinced that CUD was much more democratic than EPRDF. By the time people started to see the real skin of CUD, they turned a deaf ear to the numbers of calls for “peaceful disobediance”.

    One thing you have to admit is that the main reason why CUD became CUD was only and only to get rid of EPRDF, and they failed miserably because they underestimated it both politicaly and militarily.

    Your call for uprising is nothing more than “ye kura chuhet” because of the flip flopping of CUD and it’s association with groups that are totally against what CUD claims to stand for, you know…the things like ANDENET…. look at where the party is now, it is divided in mini cud’s.

    If you believe that democracy needs to be established in Ethiopia, then let the court do it’s job.

    Yesterday it was the AMARAS who got the power, today are the Tigreans and tomorrow will be the OROMOS and after that…….Ethiopia is a huge country with a lot of ethnic groups so who ever comes to power is automatically disaproved by the other one, WHAT’S MUCH MORE IMPORTANT FOR ME AND THE MAJORITY OF ETHIOPIANS IS NOT WHO HAVE THE POWER, BUT WHO IS DOING MORE TO IMPROVE THE LIVES OF MILLIONS SO THAT THEY CAN GET THEM SELF OUT OF POVERTY AND BE ABLE TO FEED THEM SELF AS HUMAN BEINGS, FOR ME, ETHIOPIA UNDER THIS GOVERNMENT IS GOING THE RIGHT WAY AND OUR FIGHT AND ARGUMENTS SHOULD BE HOW CAN WE DO IT FASTER NOT WHO SHOULD BE IN MENELIK’S PALACE.

  6. Ezana
    | #6

    mrewochchenn aslfen kseten bhula ahun enbua keryo menme ayesram! yethiopia hezebe erasu yebelabeten ege nekashe new yehe demo kdrom betarick yetayena yetlemede new!

  7. kill zenawi
    | #7

    geremew,

    Woyanaes are like parrot! Why is that ? Answer me, geremew.
    Whatever dumb thing you said fifteen years ago you still say it like a parrot.
    Zenawi did not leave medical school but was kicked out. He then joined TPLF( A terrorist organization). check it out here http://www.tkb.org/KeyLeader.jsp?memID=5959
    The Zenawi regime is on life support…you better join the people’s struggle before it is too late.

  8. kill zenawi
    | #8

    geremew,
    Check out this guy named Fesseha Tella, an ex-member of the TPLF Intelligence Unit
    http://www.tkb.org/KeyLeader.jsp?memID=5960

    He claimes that the TPLF government has no true intentions of accepting peace.
    Repent your sins and join the people’s struggle.

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    | #9

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