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Be Careful What You Wish For: COI’s Unintended Consequences

COI Eritrea - crimes against humanity
UN inquiry finds the “Eritrean government” has committed crimes against humanity and other inhumane acts such as torture, rape and murder since 1991. Legally speaking, the accusations are so expansive that anyone who was or is part of the “government” should be held to account for the crime.

By Aghade,

On June 8, 2016, the three-member Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in Eritrea (COI) released its second and final report that suggested Eritrea, essentially, is not and never was a legitimate nation. This conclusion is a full-frontal assault on the nation of Eritrea and its people, to say the least.

We know a number subversive Eritrean groups, closely tied with the US and Ethiopian governments, have contributed to the report, which includes certain former top Eritrean disgruntled officials who now lead “opposition groups” based in Europe. We have seen their meeting schedules and photos, heard their testimonies, and noticed a great deal of similarities as it relates to their talking points. Continue reading Be Careful What You Wish For: COI’s Unintended Consequences

Eritrean Politics, ‘Opposition’ and their Self Defeating Scenarios

Is she Confused or Demented? Be the judge!

By Selam Kidane,

… is anyone else thinking that Eritrean poletika is really a conspiracy to confuse commentators?

Why else would there be three festivals, four feuds and several launches of projects taking place all at the same time… and that is without including the numerous calls for financial assistance?

… Honestly I really don’t blame the great majority of sane Eritreans ignoring the lot of us and leaving us all to fight it off amidst ourselves and call them when we embark on ‘deposing the dictator

… being involved in Eritrean politics used to be a dilemma because it got you and potentially your family in danger’s way … that was when we believed the myth about the length of the revolution’s arm!  Continue reading Eritrean Politics, ‘Opposition’ and their Self Defeating Scenarios