When the war broke out between Eritrea and Ethiopia in May 1998, more than 80 thousand of Eritreans have been deported from Ethiopia, and the Ethiopian government’s main reason was because “they didn’t like the color of our eyes“.
But I never thought such similar version of action would happen in the Netherlands. The Eritrean-Dutch citizens were deprived from their basic rights of holding their annual Festival. What a typical hypocrisy of Dutch democracy. Continue reading The Hypocrisy of Dutch Democracy→
The UN’s Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay has spent her entire time in office as an active accomplice in the genocide being conducted by the western funded Ethiopian regime against the people of the Ogaden.
A report on the genocide in the Ogaden remains under lock and key in Navi Pillay’s office under her direct order. The investigations this report was based on were conducted by at least two teams sent to the Ogaden in 2007 after the independence war and counterinsurgency being waged there first hit the worlds stage with the killing of a dozen or so Chinese oil workers exploring for oil despite being warned off by fighters from the Ogaden National Liberation Front. Continue reading Accomplice in Genocide; UN Human Rights Commissioner Navi Pillay→
The Eritrean traitors will be, as in Dante’s Inferno, companions of those who betray their families or country and are destined for the Nine Circle of Hell, where Judas, Cassius, and Brutes are the traitor’s bunkmates.
I hear an enemy making unsubstantiated accusation against those who have fought to liberate the country and have sacrificed their lives. I hear an enemy calling our martyrs terrorists.
The US State Department has issued defamatory statement regarding Eritrea in its so-called annual report characterized with the same content and spirit.
The special interest groups with seemingly two political parties but one in essence that owe their existence on the power of money have labeled the People’s Front for Democracy and Justice (PFDJ) as ‘being one party system.’ The US Administration tried to deny that unlike the political parties in that country assuming power through 26% ballot cards bought and sold with money, the PFDJ is built on the blood and bones of the Eritrean people. Continue reading Eritrea Scoffs at US Human Rights Country Report→