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Like The Whip that Strikes then Lashes Out

A Message to 41 UK Members of Parliament on their ill advised Early Day Motion 544
A Message to 41 UK Members of Parliament on their ill advised Early Day Motion 544

By Seble Ephrem,

WITHOUT playing a victim role, it is a historical fact the geopolitically strategic location of Eritrea has long been eyed with rapacious appetite by all Empire builders over several centuries – Egypt, Ottoman, Italy, Britain, the U.S., Ethiopia.  Its exposure to such multitude of colonisers and various corporate exploiters vis-a-vis  its continued survival and prevalence is not only astounding but should be a prime case study for anthropologists and other social scientists in the paradoxical resilience of the people of Eritrea against endless, insurmountable natural, economic, political and social hardships and barriers. Continue reading Like The Whip that Strikes then Lashes Out