Does the collapse of TPLF regime mean the end for Eritrea?
Posted in the Ethiopia Forum
#1 Dec 31, 2012
I am more and more convinced that, the death of Meles may have been a huge lose for Eritreans.That say, if TPLF goes does it mean it is the end for Shabia?
Since: Mar 12
#3 Dec 31, 2012
For me its a pointless question,but i will quote what our father ISAYAS god bless him(GBH) said in his last interview,when mediators told that meles has gone and there will be no problem to negotiate with the new PM.
"" Eritrea would not associate issues with the passing away of individuals, and that this inclination is against Eritreas political culture and values. He further explained that Eritrea is fully aware of the source of such utterance, and that it would not serve any purpose other than a public relations gimmick. The President went on to stress that Eritrea is not at all ready to engage in such kind of drama."" PIA(GBH)
Regarding the relation,i disagree,agames didn't try to stop the hostility after the war,but they carried on in their ill wishes interferences and acted the way their govt told them to do,they have been infiltrated among us(abay shawil kids),,they are 24/7 on our websites,pal rooms working restlessly to see Eritrea divided and its people killing each another,sanctions and more even the worst they tried to organize religious and ethnical groups the way they divided Ethiopia into ethnical kilils,thank God we didn't get affected by that for the majority being pro govt and even the minority jebha trifrafs didn't respond to that,
And i believe this will make it hard for the relations to go back to where it was.it's been badly damaged and it's too late to fixed.
Agames should've known that govts are changeable for different reasons but people are there forever.
I don't like agames(even before the war) including the qimalam TPDM they are all the same and should be kicked out of Eritrea.
As for the rest of Ethiopia,i don't think eritreans still have any bad feeling against them,we will be ok with them if they don't play assab yegna neew zefen.
#4 Dec 31, 2012
Happy new year to my Ethiopian and eriteriens brother and sisters !
#5 Jan 1, 2013
Ethiopians, more so the oppositon, must have some clear MUST positions:
1. The Asseb region must be recaptured.
2. Ethnic policy must be abolished leading to the dissolution of Killils and abandonment of tribal labels on ID cards. Amharic will be the only national language to be used on regional and national levels by government institutions but other languages will enjoy a secured existence as was always the case. Geez alphabet will be the only alphabet to be used for Ethiopian languages.
The former provinces will be reintroduced and efforts will be made to reverse tribal cleansings and to make the provinces as diverse as possible. Ethiopian nationalism rules and tribalism will be declared a crime and tribalists will be persecuted and punished.
3. Focus of politicians must be on solving social and economic problems and not whining about equality and oppression as many G7 sympathizers do while talking about one of the most tolerant and tribally and religiously egalitarian societies on the planet. Ethiopians should be conditioned to view those who talk about "equality" and oppression as troublemakers, enemies of Ethiopia, remnants of that (!) generation and agents of foreigners, the section of the Ethiopian society that should apologize for its madness of the 60s and 70s.
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