Tag Archives: Eritrean Activists

Beware of False Prophets፡ The Trade in the Name of Eritreans

Can any good for Eritrean people be found growing in the soil of our enemies? Beware of these wolves in sheep’s clothing. Beware from those who thinks they are opponents first and Eritreans second.


Assuming that the people of Eritrea are unable to think and analyze things on its own, some conspirators have been engaging in incessant dissemination of venomous and distorted information about Eritrea. Accordingly, exposing the hidden characters of the opportunists and the messengers of destruction who are doing their business in the name of Eritreans has a significance of its own.

It is not necessary to tell the truth to people who are not worthy of it. The aim of this article is, however, to help clear things up for those who love the truth. For most of our history, silence has been our preferred response. But sometimes silence seems to be mistaken for compliance and on occasion times demand for the speaking of the whole truth. Continue reading Beware of False Prophets፡ The Trade in the Name of Eritreans

The Traffic Racket: The Activist Syndicate and the EU

The role of diaspora based Eritrean ‘Activists’ in the Trafficking of Eritreans and their shadowy links with journalists and state officials vis-à-vis Eritrean migration and the resultant consequences for Europe, Eritrea and the migrants.

By Red Sea Fisher,

IN PART one of our series on the “The Traffic Racket,” we spoke about the dubious roles of Eritrean “activists” Mussie Zerai, Meron Estefanos, and Elsa Chyrum. We spoke about the role of misinformed journalists and sometimes outright biased activist-journalists like Dan Connell, who have been promoting the work of the activists to bring about regime change in Eritrea. Do these ties go deeper?

Part two looks into the shadowy links between these activists, journalists, and state officials vis-à-vis Eritrean migration, in a loose syndicate, and looks at the consequences for Europe, Eritrea, and the migrants. Continue reading The Traffic Racket: The Activist Syndicate and the EU