An open letter to Professor Aleme Eshete -December 23, 2008

From Obo Arada Shawl

I have read your article entitled “Hagos, the Cuban Missile Crisis and his deportation…” that was posted at http://www.mahder.com website of December 14, 2008. You seem to be surprised for not knowing how Hagos G.Y was deported and how his “comrades” of the time had betrayed him. We all should understand that his friends not only had betrayed Hagos but they have also betrayed the Ethiopian Revolution in general and the true cause of the Ethiopian Student Movement in particular.

At the time, Hagos G. Y. wrote about the two-headed hydra before he abandoned the Ethiopian Revolutionary Struggle. I do not know to this day whether his reference to the two-headed hydra was to the mythological serpent or the plant hydra? በአፍዋ በልታ በአፍዋ የምትተፋ

Since Hagos left the student movement, the two-headed struggle had continued to this day albeit in a different form.

On the one hand, there is the hydra, which re-grows a portion of its own body even after it has lost or injured. Examples in these categories including friends of Hagos, are plenty.

While on the other hand, there is the hydra plant, which regenerates its stems, leaves, and flowers so long as its roots are not destroyed. Thanks to people such as DEBTERAW EPRP is such an example.

In your article you said the following:
“As a historian and researcher I have been engaged for over 40 years in Ethiopian studies and publications. For a good part of my life I have also been engaged as an activist in the defence of human rights, in Ethiopia and in particular since my exile in Italy in 1986.”

I am writing to condemn in the strongest terms possible against Ethiopian Human Rights activists and to demand the freedom of EPRP leaders. The so-called Ethiopian Human Rights organizations including the founding chairman, professor Mesfin Wolde Mariam have denied knowing Tsegaye G. Medhin, DEBTERAW. Personally Zeru Kihshen (I presume he was your friend) told me about Mesfin’s total denial having known a person by the name of Tsegaye G. M.

EPRP has been vilified in propaganda dissemination by the DERG, Woyane, Shaebia, other groups/organizations and other media groups (the party) as “anarchist”, “socialist”, “agents of imperialism” etc. & etc.

Its members have been criminalized for defending themselves when TPLF declared war on them besieging their base with the largest military operation in guerrilla history and attacking them. That was when DEBTERAW was captured and held incommunicado until today in the dungeons of Tigrai.

This is outrageous, though consistent with rulers of Ethiopia’s anti-democracy policies towards genuine indigenous political parties. The EPRDF is still carrying policies anti-democracy in the name of democracy. አኢትዮጵያ የሰራልሽ ቀርቶ የገደለሽ በላ፡ እሰከ መቸ?

Some high-ranking collective leadership members including Debteraw are not only imprisoned but also held incommunicado since 1991. The EPRP recognized DEBTERAW as prominent PERSONALITY IN THE HISTORY of the organization. In the eyes of his enemies DEBTERAW is classified as “dangerous”. There is severe discrimination and persecution against DEBTERAW and his EPRP. WHY?

The case of EPRP leadership has been in the open since 1991. The prisoners were not even brought to trial let alone released.

What I don’t understand and what is unbelievable is the reason why and how the Human Rights Chairman of professor MWM became ignorant of the whereabouts and why people like you who are historians, researchers and defenders of human rights remain silent on these prisoners.

DEBTERAW is a shining example of what is going wrong in our country. I think it is a fact that again and again, that the voices of activists like you don’t become part and part of the equation when individuals liberties are tramped over.

I am aware of your contribution toward Preserving and Protecting Ethiopian interests and resources, though not for rehabilitation. Why are we so silent about the case of DEBTERAW? Should we wait another 40 years to know?

Cc: http://www.debteraw.com

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“Election” 2010 in Ethiopia by Minga and Tsion

Dear writers,

I read your article posted on www.ethiomedia.com (Dec 16) on the so called the coming election of 2010. I want to remind you that Ethiopians are not in any business of election and this is not an issue that worried most of our people at the present time. The only one that are worried are the ruling racist ethnic mafia of Meles’ TPLF,  those who are sleeping in parliament paid by poor Ethiopians and those who are currently dancing around to secure a seat  by participating on the coming fake election of 2010.

How comes you failed to mention, living and breathing in Ethiopia is only allowed for card carrying TPLF members and few in the name of opposition who are allowed to make noise here  and there in hotels and offices under the watchful eye of TPLF security ? What makes you believe this will change in 2010? On the recent so called local election we witnessed that TPLF bought the rural and urban people and fielded millions of candidates and this is what to come in 2010 even if foreigners are allowed to monitor the election as you suggested and surely TPLF will comply.

 


The preparation of the so called 2010 election is already underway and we know the winner is TPLF by landslide. Educated people like you should be courageous to tell the whole picture and do not waste our time in teaching us the basics of election which by the way we also learned from TPLF websites. Our poor people have proven us all wrong in 2005 by their excellent deeds, they know what is good for them and do not need our lecturing of what an election is or should be. Election is an exercise by free people and as you well know the country you are residing,
South Africa did not end apartheid by election.

Thanks,

 

Tedla Asfaw                                                                                               

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“Election” 2010 in Ethiopia by Minga and Tsion

Dear writers,

I read your article posted on www.ethiomedia.com (Dec 16) on the so called the coming election of 2010. I want to remind you that Ethiopians are not  in any business of election and this is not an issue that worried most of our people at the present time. The only one that are worried are the ruling racist ethnic mafia of Meles’ TPLF,  those who are sleeping in parliament paid by poor Ethiopians and those who are currently dancing around to secure a seat  by participating on the coming fake election of 2010.

 

How comes you failed to mention, living and breathing in Ethiopia is only allowed for card carrying TPLF members and few in the name of opposition who are allowed to make noise here  and there in hotels and offices under the watchful eye of TPLF security ? What makes you believe this will change in 2010? On the recent so called local election we witnessed that TPLF bought the rural and urban people and fielded millions of candidates and this is what to come in 2010 even if foreigners are allowed to monitor the election as you suggested and surely TPLF will comply.

 

The preparation of the so called 2010 election is already underway and we know the winner is TPLF by landslide. Educated people like you should be courageous to tell the whole picture and do not waste our time in teaching us the basics of election which by the way we also learned from TPLF websites. Our poor people have proven us all wrong in 2005 by their excellent deeds, they know what is good for them and do not need our lecturing of what an election is or should be. Election is an exercise by free people and as you well know the country you are residing, South Africa did not end apartheid by election.

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

 

Tedla Asfaw                                                                                               

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“Election” 2010 in Ethiopia by Minga and Tsion

Dear writers,

I read your article posted on http://www.ethiomedia.com (Dec 16) on the so called the coming election of 2010. I want to remind you that Ethiopians are not in any business of election and this is not an issue that worried most of our people at the present time. The only one that are worried are the ruling racist ethnic mafia of Meles’ TPLF, those who are sleeping in parliament paid by poor Ethiopians and those who are currently dancing around to secure a seat by participating on the coming fake election of 2010.

How comes you failed to mention, living and breathing in Ethiopia is only allowed for card carrying TPLF members and few in the name of opposition who are allowed to make noise here and there in hotels and offices under the watchful eye of TPLF security ? What makes you believe this will change in 2010? On the recent so called local election we witnessed that TPLF bought the rural and urban people and fielded millions of candidates and this is what to come in 2010 even if foreigners are allowed to monitor the election as you suggested and surely TPLF will comply.

The preparation of the so called 2010 election is already underway and we know the winner is TPLF by landslide. Educated people like you should be courageous to tell the whole picture and do not waste our time in teaching us the basics of election which by the way we also learned from TPLF websites. Our poor people have proven us all wrong in 2005 by their excellent deeds, they know what is good for them and do not need our lecturing of what an election is or should be. Election is an exercise by free people and as you well know the country you are residing, South Africa did not end apartheid by election.

Thanks,

Tedla Asfaw

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I STILL DON’T WANT TO BE AN AMERICAN!

HAMA TUMA

The statement by Rama Yade, a young Senegal born woman who serves under the French president as a junior minister for human rights, provoked my foray into this mined field that often triggers wrath from the “we love America” camp. Yade was euphoric that Barack Obama got elected US president and said: “This is the fall of the Berlin Wall times ten. America is becoming the new World. On this morning, we all want to be American so we can take a bite of this dream unfolding before our eyes”.

Rama Yade is biting a piece of a right wing French dream as Sarkozy’s human rights minister and, judging from her record up to now, no tin pot Francophone African dictator is trembling at the possibility of being pricked by her probes or disapprovals. This is how things are expected to be and should be, France riding her puppets in Africa from Cote d’Ivoire in the West to Djibouti in the Horn, no mention of human rights. What makes Yade provocative is her open affirmation that “we all want to be American” and want to have a “bite of the dream”. For official America that has great fears that everyone wants a bite of her and everyone in this world wants to be an American, this is a dangerous confirmation coming from a black woman no matter the significance of the Obama victory. “Rogue foreigners” refusing to change have always angered self indulgent America which has been interventionist and consequently missionary and now talks a lot about rogue states even. The contention that the world is flat, to quote Tom Friedman, and that the world is flowing into or can be made to flow into one American dug reservoir of American values and ethos is believed in by America but is dubious at best. Globalization has not erased the differences and levelled everyone into one dreary lot. On the contrary, every assault by the multinational has led to the search for roots, the ethnic is bedevilling us in the so called developing world where nation building has been wobbling for decades. The American dream, itself fuzzed by the materialistic and individualist insistence that accompanies it, is not the envy of all notwithstanding Hollywood and the cultural invasion. The contradictory nature of the American position–on the one hand wanting the whole world to be like America, to dream the so called American dream and on the other falling into the siege mentality of “the hordes are coming to bite pieces of us” (the schizoid mentality of the isolationist as it were) has made this world a tough place to live in as confused American foreign policy metamorphoses friends into enemies overnight (check Bin Laden, Noriega, Sadam) and makes foes into friends (Pakistan and Libya to mention a few) with a jarring double speed and double standard. American altruism or generosity, a credit to its people, is officially accompanied by the desire to control and humiliate. Aid has not been the panacea and America has used and abused its position in the world and caused the hatred against it that we see today in many parts of the world. The praise seeking do- gooder is often a blatant bully.

What has been called the capricious inconsistency of America is at the core of the problem. On the one hand the belief that other peoples and countries have no culture and value, no vision and future of their own worth keeping and that they should be dragged or bombed if need be to the American way. This zeal of a cult leader imbued with his self- worth and eternal correctness then clashes with the notion of “they are jealous of us the chosen people”. Ethiopians, and up the Red sea the Israeli and the Chinese afar, are familiar with the notion of the chosen people that considers all others envious (and disadvantaged) and leads to a syndrome that, to say the least, is not healthy throughout. The chosen people syndrome assumes that God or some power is behind “us only” as opposed to the others and it meets a cement wall when it is confronted by a rival “chosen” (Allah is with us and hates the others). As they say, the masquerading saint, often the religious zealot, is more dangerous than the open bully. The consideration of oneself as unique leads to the desire for a special treatment, we are special and you should bend to our will kind of logic. For example, the conclusion that Iraqis wanted an Iraq as seen and composed by America was shattered when “Mission Accomplished” turned out to be a sham and the war continued. Hypocritical from the outset, this has led to the obdurate refusal to accept the cartoon character Pogo’s famous saying “we have seen the enemy and it is us”. We came to liberate them and to make them have a taste of the American dream but how come they are resisting us? Unable to question the very basic premise that led to the primary act or mistake itself, resort is made to anger at and contempt for the one refusing to be so liberated. The recipe for disaster, for massacres–from Hiroshima to Vietnam, Yugoslavia and Iraq the road is littered with the victims of this fundamental misconception.

Obama aside, the Civil Rights Movement aside, America was, and still is to an extent, a white supremacist society. Change is coming for sure and Obama’s victory is an example of it so long as we refrain from taking the symbolic for the real and done deal. The drafters of America’s Declaration of Independence owned slaves (Jefferson had 300) and the first American president George Washington had 316 slaves on his plantation in Virginia. Nowadays, the lynching is done differently but the prisons of America hold a big number of African Americans and even the outgoing president Bush had signed and approved the execution of many black men prisoners. The injustices abound and barring the euphoria, to my mind, the road ahead is bound to be tortuous. That is why I will like to assure all Americans that I for one and many others like me do not want to be American just because a half African has made it to the White House and we do not dream of biting a slice off your American dream, no. We know Hitler refused to shake the hand of African American high jumper Cornelius Johnson but it was Roosevelt who did not shake the hand of Jesse Owen when he returned victorious from the Berlin Olympics. Maybe, all this is neither here nor there just now but the praise heaped upon Obama’s election (echoes of “Berlin Wall fall times ten” by Yade ) by African dictators makes us worry. The claim by Obama that America will lead and change the world is bothersome. Are we to be dragged and bombed into accepting the American way whatever that may be even if (we may dare not say it along with some others) it represents the “cesspool of morality and religious decay”? A Sudanese official found the election of Obama “inspiring” without clarifying what are the Darfurians to expect from this. Somalia’s warlord par excellence colonel Abdullahi stated it was a great moment for Africa (is he hankering for an invasion?), Mwai Kibaki gave Kenyans a day off to celebrate, Luos claimed Obama’s father as their own and Sudan said Obama has Sudanese roots given the “fact” that Luos were…….and so and on. The Nigerian president said “we have a lesson to draw from this historic event” without specifying if it has anything to do with fair election or not or treating the Nile Delta people and all Nigerians fairly. President Amadou Toure of Mali said America has given lesson in maturity and democracy without adding that he will try to learn from that if ever. And a Chadian official bluntly stated: it is an example to follow especially in Africa. What? The election? Electing a president who had/has an African father? The same official added that democracy knows no colour, religion or origin? Is this really a Chadian official in a country ruled by an ethnic chauvinist dictator called Idris Deby? And from Congo Brazzaville, the man who rules by the force of his horrible Ninja troops, Sassou Nguesso, said that Martin Luther King’s dream “has come true”. I do not know what the tyrant in Ethiopia said but I am sure it would be another useless hypocritical statement. The crux of the matter is that if an event makes both tyrants, their victims and democrats euphoric then there must be something wrong somewhere.

Without attempting to steal the thunder and lightning of the Obama victory, reality demands from us to be wary. The appointment of “Madams disaster for Africa”, that is to say Hilary Clinton and Susan Rice, by Obama jolts us awake. We want a tamer, gentler and more humane America. Hence, we do not want to spread fear by openly claiming we want to be Americans (to a paranoid country that says every visa seeker is a potential immigrant) or that we want a slice of the apple pie, the American Dream. We want to stay put in our own places to nurture our own dreams and values, to follow our own visions and roads. Americans are as wonderful a people as others are but it is not true that everyone on earth wants to be an American. After all, it may be a historic event for America to elect a half African (half white person) to the presidency. For us, we have had full blooded Africans ruling over us for centuries and it has not meant much in terms of our freedom because, colour aside, they were not really Africans, and more importantly, not gentle human beings at all. Our scepticism on real change in America being around the corner must be excused, perennial victims have the habit of exaggerating their pain–didn’t some one say even the American declaration of Independence was a “maudlin list of grievances”? Even the Bible asks rhetorically: Can the Ethiopian/African/ change his skin or the leopard his spots? Will Obama’s America ever understand us when we say we do not want to be Americans?

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Solutions with DEBTERAW, I: Call me by my Name, Address and Task

By Obo Arada Shawl

 

December 5, 2008

 

ራስህን ዕወቅ

አገርህን ውደድ

ጠላትህን ለይ

ከደብተራው ዝክረ ነገር

On Solutions

To solve a problem, we must identify, rectify or eliminate the causes of the problem.

 

I have seen collectivism being practiced by the DERG in the state of Arussi. It was humiliating experience for the peasants of Arussi to be collectivized without their consent. I was saddened to see them in such a state of affairs dictated by fascists. I saw the experiments of collectivism in Ethiopia as the root of social evils especially compared to the CADU projects.

 

I had also visited the lowest and crudest form of collectivism in Hitler’s racism as displayed in Auschwitz.

 

I am seeing it in our collective selfishness being covered up in ethnicity. What is ethnicity? In my opinion, it is an anti-concept ( ጽንስ ሀሳብ ) used as a disguise for the word ‘racism’. Shaebia and Woyane’s concept of ethnicity is simply a tradition for racism though they may not know it.

 

The nine nationalities of Eritrea without the tenth of Jeberti and the eighty something ethnic nationalities in Ethiopia are simply a tribalism mentality destined for self-arrested development in EE countries. For we know that language is a conceptual tool coded in a visual-auditory symbols that denote concepts only.

 

To a person who understands the function of language, it makes no difference what sounds are chosen to name things as long as they are clear. But to a tribalist, language is a mystic heritage, a string of sounds handed down from ancestors and memorized, not understood. In other words, for any tribalism, language is not a tool of thought and communication. It is something else.

 

Ethnic languages are not full languages. They are dialects. In our situation, they are local corruptions of the language of Tigre ትግረ as in the case of Eritrea and Amharic አማርኛ as in the case of Ethiopia and Oromiffa (ኦሮሚፋ) as in the other states of Ethiopia.

 

In Aethiopia tribalists are fighting or rather struggling not for their languages but fighting to

·        Protect their level of awareness

·        Their obedience to their tribe

·        To honor their mental passivity

·        Their desire to ignore the existence of outsiders and

·        For religious purposes

 

Of course, do not take me wrong; language expands for abstract capacity and vision, if properly learned.

 

On October 23, 2008, in my article entitled call me by my address, solutions with DEBTERAW, III, I have indicated all the attributes to the 14 States of Aethiopia.

 

The names of 14 states as most of my readers know are Arussi, Bale, Eritrea, Gemu Gofa, Godjam, Gonder, Harrarghe, Illubabor, Keffa, Shewa, Sidamo, Tigrai, Wellega and Wollo. Alternatively, all of these states are coded in the following manner.

 

Abe3ghik2st2w = 13

 

Let us all hold on to these wonderful what I call “State Names of Aethiopia” when and if decipher properly in their true original status as surely and squarely they will help us understand to solve our differences.  Call me by my name. What is my name?

 

On Names and  NAT ION

As far as name is concerned, we have named names but we have not come to accept of given names by our parents or pastors or judges. Let us keep our original names for they signify something of value for us and for our parents, grandparents and ancestors. They are not like the ethnic languages, which are unimportant.

 

There is no nation without nationals. In present Ethiopia, there are more nationals that the given names. If the estimated population is 70 million, then there are more than over 100 million peoples’ names. Why? Figure it out for yourself. There is too much lies about names.

 

In old Ethiopia, Abyssinia, Kush, Hamasien (land of Ham and Sem), Midri Eritrea, proper names were connected to something of value or importance. Nowadays names signify nothing.

 

What is Ethiopia’s current name, or better how is it spelt? We may have different names for the old Ethiopia, but mine is Aethiopia (in Latin) and ኤትዮጵያ   (in GE’EZ).

 

For me, I have baptized so to speak Eritrea as the country of ZAAK (ZalaAnbesa-Asab-Karora) and the country of Ethiopia as MAKK (Moyale-Afar-ZalaA-Kurmuk). But in reality the Nation that was given by እግዚአብሔር (Egziabher) and forged and shaped by the present population is demarcated by rivers, trees, mountains, and valleys and is called as the EMAKK (Moyale-Assab-Karora-Kurmuk) Great Society. That is the future address of Aethiopia with a language of ATO spoken and written.

 

On Addresses

As to the geographical positions of Aethiopia, I have traveled from Moyale – a border town between Kenya and Aethiopia in the South, to Karora town bordering Eritrea with the Sudan in the north of Aethiopia. Indeed, I have also traveled from the sea port of Assab in the Red Sea in east of Aethiopia to the border town of Kurmuk (I presumed a Turkish name) in the west of Aethiopia bordering the Sudan. It was a criss-cross path of concept-theory and application.

 

Most people wanted to know where this populace came from or who created them. In other words, people wanted to know their origin. Why they wanted to know the origin of Aethiopia, I do not know. But, we are observing nowadays how rich and famous Black Americans are currently searching for their origin in Africa. For what purpose, I do not understand.

 

As far as I am concerned, religiously Adam is from Eritrea and Eve from Ethiopia. Scientifically, ገርሂ INOCCENT aka Gerhi was discovered in Eritrea and ድንቅነሽ LUCY aka Dinknesh was discovered in Ethiopia.

 

Where were Eritrea and Ethiopia during the creation of Adam and Eve? No one can tell. God, the Bible and Jesus Christ did not say where. But the scientists (archeologists) discovered the remains of A&E (Adam and Eve) in present Eritrea and Ethiopia. (Notice how the letters A and E united)

 

The question is where is Eritrea and Ethiopia’s geographical location? The EPLF and TPLF fought in 1998-2000 for No Man’s Land known as BAD-ME.

 

I know that Ethiopia was the center of the world and Eritrea is the key not only to Aethiopia but also to Africa. It is safe to assume therefore, that AEthiopia would be the center when and if people of the world want to search for their origin. In my vocabulary center is equivalent to origin. Key is the physical shape of Eritrea.

 

For those who counter these arguments, such as the Arabs, the Chinese, the Iranians and others, they have to recognize that Eritrea was/is their path to the center and thereby Eritrea could become a key to Africa. The key and the center are inseparable mentally and physically, not emotionally. The emotion for unity has destroyed the Great Humane Society.

 

On Tasks

Both religion and science have merged in Eritrea and Ethiopia, i.e. E=E= may be MC2

For me, since J=10 and K=11

J=Jesus

K=Knowledge

 

The Eritrean and Ethiopian population have difficulty what to follow as the EPLF do not seem to recognize religion and that TPLF do not seem to comprehend what science is about.

 

Without the basics of science in Ethiopia and without the freedom of religion in Eritrea, we cannot make any argument to live or let live.

 

The nationalist leaders of A, E, O, S and T base their claim for self-determination including the right for secession were based either on wrong premises or on false promise chief among them is the language.

 

For instance

·        First, Haile Sellasie I was not for modernization like his predecessor Minilik but he was for Education. What went wrong with his educational system is another matter. The nationalists accuse Haile Sellassie of Amharanization.

·        Second, the DERG used to unite the country using revolution (M-L) concept. The DERG regime was not revolutionary. It was anti-Revolution. It was duped by internal allies and by the Soviet Union.

·        Third, the TPLF is based on Democracy. This is wrong again. It is a hoax.

 

So what is missing?

The missing part as explained earlier in my articles, it is about DEBTERAW’s stand on READ (Revolution-Education-Arts-Democracia). According to DEBTERAW’s Revolutionary struggle, the following steps and tasks (careers if you will) are necessary.

·        Information officer

·        Organizer

·        Strategist

·        Manager and

·        Leader

 

Thanks to DEBTERAW’s EPRP uninterrupted opposition to Haile Sellassie’s education system, opposition to the DERG’s anti Revolution stand and opposition to the hoax of TPLF’s obstruction to Kinet via DEMOCRACIA.

 

The first task of informing (ማንቃት) has now been successfully accomplished. Everyone and everybody among literate Aethiopians have now access to either TV, or Cell phone or the Internet. In other words, information is no longer power, thanks to Technology.

 

The second step is about organization for political purposes not for collectivisms.

 

DEBTERAW was a visionary and a committed Revolutionary. He was also a remarkable organizer. DEBTERAW’S organizational skill comes from his courage to speak truth to power. Every individual who wants to be an organizer should emulate his integrity and trust, for without trust no organization would be viable. Once more the key is in TRUST.

 

Concluding Remarks

The current conflict in Aethiopia is a fear of identifying or challenging the political/philosophical fundamentals. Both sides are seemingly willingly to fight in open confusion (as opposed to silent confusion), to stake their beliefs, their future, on the outcome of a battle over the effects of unnamed causes. Such is the case of the walk away groups of EPRP.

 

One side is composed predominately of people who dare not name the cause (DEBTERAW’s fate), the other do not dare to discover the Eway Revolution.

 

As a person and as a mind, DEBTERAW is unique. The root of his uniqueness is the nature of his mental process. If we could be allowed to talk to him, one would be amazed to see his courage and integrity to continue our vision. Let us rally around his fate. It would be beneficial not only to EPRP but to the whole Nation of Aethiopia as DEBTERAW had visualized it.

 

There is no doubt that Aethiopia’s attempt to revolutionize is a failure unworthy of ancient nation. We have a political failure, a philosophical failure, a diplomatic and a moral failure. Political and intellectual leaders are still missing from the Eway Revolution. Why and How? Let us discuss it honesty.

 

To the country I have and am deeply in love, allow me to name it as  ኤትዮጵያ (Aethiopia).

 

TRUTH WILL PREVAIL

 

For questions and comments: woldetewolde@yahoo.com

 

 

 

 

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Prof. Mesfin Araya’s message at the 36th Anniversary of the EPRP

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