For more than two weeks, we have been entertained by the fairy tale stories of Elias Kifle (Editor of Ethiopian Review), the dual mentality and inferiority laden mindset of Gebru Asrat, the cry for help and the desperation and hopelessness of the Eritrean treason riff raffs and Obama’s Kodak moment of shame-the meeting of like minded imbeciles, Obama and his Weyane puppets, at the White House.
ERITREA, Shaebia and Isaias are at the center of the Woyane political universe. Ethiopia seems to be their part time project or an afterthought.
The brutal tribal junta despite enjoying absolute power in Ethiopia is obsessed and fixated with Eritrea. They know perfectly well that Eritrea, Shabeia and Isaias are one and the same, three in one and one in three. Thus, their futile campaign to demonize Shaebia and Isaias are intended to create discord, disunity and division between the Eritrean leadership/ Shaebia and the Eritrean people.
Forget the mundane bravado and beating of the hollow drums by the Tigrayans, Woyane is the creation of Shaebia. Without the kindness, goodwill and generosity of Shaebia, there won’t a be a Woyane period. It was a brilliant strategic move designed for the revolution to engulf Ethiopia and the whole of the HOA region. Continue reading Eritrea, Shaebia and Isaias: United and Indivisible→
IT was a political Tsunami and earthquake. The Eritrean constitution drafting process is about to begin. President Isaias made this announcement during his independence day anniversary celebration speech.
The Eritrean ‘Treason Mafia’ and the enemies and detractors of Eritrea were blindsided and have no idea how to respond to it. They are on Prozac for their depression and a 40 day mourning because the constitution was their swan song.
The US constitution is viewed by most Americans as a divine document given to them by God like the Ten Commandments, Yet, the UK, Israel and New Zealand don’t have written constitutions and still have stable governments. Continue reading The Constitution Brouhaha→
“Hade Libi – Hade Hzbi” slogan is the imaginative conception of the Eritrean people, the first movement of our revolution, and the cultural and political expression of our experience that brings peace and harmony.” – Mabrhatu Asfaha
By Mebrahtu Asfaha,
Ethiopian’s Head of Government Communication Office Mr. Bereket Simon, in his recent paltalk discussion with Eritrean opposition, and Semrr Youth group characterized the linguistic and practical significance of the Eritrean notion of ‘Hade Libi – Hade Hzbi’ as “Shaebia’s propaganda”.