The anonymous whistle-blower group of Eritreans that sends shock wave within the Ethiopian regime in the past by leaking the entire classified information the regime has in store against the Eritrean people and government to the public has now leaked their second batch of classified information that mainly contains names of those handful unwitting pawns in the diaspora that volunteered to serve the minority regime in exchange of some leftover crumbs.
Yesterday, a group of whistle-blowers revealed what accounts to be a very important information regarding Who-is-Who within the handful of the Eritrean diaspora oppositions that work tirelessly against the Eritrean people’s aspiration in tandem with its mortal enemy – Woyane.
Although we can not say it is news to the Eritrean government and its intelligence apparatus, we believe it is the first time the public has got a very concise, accurately detailed and current information about these handful of unwitting pawns who chose working hand-in-glove with the regime in Ethiopia to secure their personal interest at the expense of the country and the people.
After the coordinated terrorist attacks on three Eritrean community centers in Stockholm, some politicians in the country have started to downplay the heinous terrorist act directed at the 20,000 strong Swedish-Eritrean community.
Although no one has claimed responsibility, the police are doing investigation on the matter though they started to believe that it is the work of an arson.
Sveriges radio yesterday reported by quoting TT news agency that most members of the Eritrean community believes such a crime is the work of some Swedish Eritreans who are critical of the Eritrean government. One person who asked to remain anonymous confirms that “there was definitely a political motive behind it.” Continue reading MP Defend Terror on Eritrean Civic Centers→
Reports from the Eritrean Community Cultural Civic Center (ECCCC) of Bay Area in Oakland indicates that the Supreme Court has finally issued the long awaited verdict on the leading three anti-peace elements as guilty.
The preceding was followed after the ECCCC formally sued the three hooligans in a civilian court soon after they destroyed its property, under the cover of night, with out due regards to the rule of law and respect to a private property.
The New York Times and its cult followers in the American media, amongst others, manufactured an attempted “coup” that never happened in the small East African country of Eritrea.
The story of this “attempted coup” began last Monday morning, January 21 in a small garrison base south of here when three disgruntled officers told their command that they were being transferred to the capital Asmara to guard the Ministry of Information. Continue reading The Eritrean “Coup” That Never Was→