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→
More than 10,000 Eritreans and their friends from across Europe inundated Geneva on Tuesday, June 21, 2016, to protest against the politically driven agenda of the UN Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights and to condemn the COI-Eritrea for its preposterous conclusion that “crimes against humanity have been committed in Eritrea since 1991.” Continue reading Over 200,000 Petitioners Slam Sickening COI-Eritrea Report→
A REUTERS reporter and former employee of the Canadian Business Magazine (CBM) today disclosed that the company fired Matthew McClearn, who recently been under heavy criticism for attacking a country and people he knows nothing about with his outlandish article he wrote for CBM .
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