A panel discussion – titled “Eritrea: Bridge building for a sustainable future” that was planned to be held at the House of Lords yesterday, the 18th of June 2015 – was cancelled after intense pressure from high quarters. The current strategy of vilifying Eritrea and silencing anyone who has anything positive to say or alternative voice to the dark story line of the UN human rights report, was practiced with no form of the usual pretence about democratic values. Continue reading Closing the Doors of the House of Lords on Eritrea’s Constructive Engagement→
ERITREA is once again on full-fledged war with countries guised under the United Nations Human Rights Activists. The attacks on Eritrea include prolong sanctions, maintain the No-Peace-No-War condition, undermine Eritrean sovereign, continuous threat from Ethiopia, encouraging the Eritrean youth to abandon their country, demonizing Eritrea and its people, economy blockage, terrorist attacks, psychological warfare, tarnishing Eritrean image on the mainstream medias, etc …. and finally to give green lights for the annexation of the country.
One can ask why Eritrea is getting so much attention from the world (rather influential countries) after independence. Any reasonable person will understand the motive immediately. The whole accusation is nothing to do with democracy or human right issues but to bring the hard won Eritrean independence and self-reliant people into submissive. Indeed Eritrean TRUE independence is the sheer reason, Eritrea is getting full attention from the UN that is running under the influence of powerful countries with self-interest. Continue reading Eritrean on Déjà vu: Attack Under the Guise of Human Rights→