Abebe gelaw, not photogenic

Abebe gelaw, not photogenic

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Alex

Toronto, Canada

#1 May 27, 2012
It could be true most Ethiopians do not know what style makes a perfect photo. It's laughable when media professionals don't know what makes an attractive photo.
I looked at the pose of three Ethiopians with Abebe gelaw in the middle and I am ashamed for them. Ethiopians may have a learning deficit disorder, an intellectual inability to understand fundamentals of things we see and touch everyday.
http://www.ethiomedia.com/2012_report/3839.ht...
Lisa

Amsterdam, Netherlands

#2 May 27, 2012
Alex wrote:
It could be true most Ethiopians do not know what style makes a perfect photo. It's laughable when media professionals don't know what makes an attractive photo.
I looked at the pose of three Ethiopians with Abebe gelaw in the middle and I am ashamed for them. Ethiopians may have a learning deficit disorder, an intellectual inability to understand fundamentals of things we see and touch everyday.
http://www.ethiomedia.com/2012_report/3839.ht...
He looks like a fool thas he is. What this idiot did was unforgivable form of hooliganism a journalist ever did. He is no more journalist but a political activist, though, in Ethiopia the distinction between the two has become blured. A true journalist has to be a good observer and a reporter of what he saw or heared not a creater of it. If you want to creat news then you should be an activist not a reporter. These are badly educated "journalists".
He will have fame for a short time and then he is finished. Remeber that idiot journalist who threw shoe at George Bush? He ended up being the biggest embarassment to all Iraqis.
Danny

Mclean, VA

#3 May 27, 2012
Lisa wrote:
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He looks like a fool thas he is. What this idiot did was unforgivable form of hooliganism a journalist ever did. He is no more journalist but a political activist, though, in Ethiopia the distinction between the two has become blured. A true journalist has to be a good observer and a reporter of what he saw or heared not a creater of it. If you want to creat news then you should be an activist not a reporter. These are badly educated "journalists".
He will have fame for a short time and then he is finished. Remeber that idiot journalist who threw shoe at George Bush? He ended up being the biggest embarassment to all Iraqis.
That fool Abebe Jilo was not acting as a professional Journalist but as an activists. You can not be both! Journalist should be balanced and unbiased. The only thing that fool achieved is lose his license to attend this kinda forum.
FASIL

Crissier, Switzerland

#4 May 27, 2012
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Abebe, he is village clown.....Shameles DC taxi driver diaspora wannabe politicien has become a laughing stock.!!

Since: Dec 11

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#5 May 27, 2012
wat you tink????? he a peur donkee...look to his bely.... he like to eats row meet... look to his name....it abebe galaw. but he says abebe gelaw? do u know he a gala? abebe gala...or abebe galaw....

hahahahahahahahahahahahaha

oh fetari....i dead from lafing. stopeed gala
Gee 17

Stafford, VA

#6 May 27, 2012
FASIL wrote:
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Abebe, he is village clown.....Shameles DC taxi driver diaspora wannabe politicien has become a laughing stock.!!
He is not a taxi driver...try to make sense smts!
Gee 17

Stafford, VA

#7 May 27, 2012
The Last True Tigraway wrote:
wat you tink????? he a peur donkee...look to his bely.... he like to eats row meet... look to his name....it abebe galaw. but he says abebe gelaw? do u know he a gala? abebe gala...or abebe galaw....
hahahahahahahahahahahahaha
oh fetari....i dead from lafing. stopeed gala
Melese is probably more embarrassed and ashamed of you than he is of Abebe Gelew ! You are giving a bad name to his institution..:)

Adey Mekelle.
FASIL

Crissier, Switzerland

#8 May 27, 2012
Gee 17 wrote:
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He is not a taxi driver...try to make sense smts!
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Shut up and keep writing in praise of your Gimboat 7 funny warriors.!!
Gee 17

Stafford, VA

#9 May 27, 2012
FASIL wrote:
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Shut up and keep writing in praise of your Gimboat 7 funny warriors.!!
You did it again..please try to make sense..

http://www.google.com/imgres...

lol
Ezana

Minneapolis, MN

#10 May 27, 2012
Abebe Gelaw is a looser. I am a fan of meles zenawi and I adore him. He fought for 17 years while Abebe Gelaw and his father were probebly dereg suporters and sympethizers or puppets. He is not a man. Embarrassing his own leader infront of our whole enemy's and outsiders. Learn from the greatest nation on earth. AMERICA. God bless America and the republican party. May god help America conquer the world. Amen.
HaileMikael

San Jose, CA

#11 May 27, 2012
Lisa wrote:
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He looks like a fool thas he is. What this idiot did was unforgivable form of hooliganism a journalist ever did. He is no more journalist but a political activist, though, in Ethiopia the distinction between the two has become blured. A true journalist has to be a good observer and a reporter of what he saw or heared not a creater of it. If you want to creat news then you should be an activist not a reporter. These are badly educated "journalists".
He will have fame for a short time and then he is finished. Remeber that idiot journalist who threw shoe at George Bush? He ended up being the biggest embarassment to all Iraqis.
Are you writing this comment out of pity for PM Meles? You have defined journalism with journalistic accuracy (be ware of pride in this oxymoron). Haven’t you heard that Rush Limbaugh is about as much a journalist as Leeza Gibbons? Your wish list of journalistic etiquette limits a reporter’s capabilities as much as a prison limits a prisoner. Abebe used the tools available at the time to show that Mr. Obama was not telling the truth about PM Meles Zenawi. He did justice to journalism and in fact added purpose to it. Abebe showed that Obama’s intent of partnership with Africa is not credible given that he brought PM Meles, the man who deprived a nation of 80 million the means of subsistence, on board. By that shout president Obama was humiliated because stains were highlighted on his selection. It is a big, big, big deal which should and probably will force Obama to think again.
Alex

Toronto, Canada

#12 May 27, 2012
Ezana wrote:
Abebe Gelaw is a looser. I am a fan of meles zenawi and I adore him. He fought for 17 years while Abebe Gelaw and his father were probebly dereg suporters and sympethizers or puppets. He is not a man. Embarrassing his own leader infront of our whole enemy's and outsiders. Learn from the greatest nation on earth. AMERICA. God bless America and the republican party. May god help America conquer the world. Amen.
What do you say back to such an imbecile!
Alex

Toronto, Canada

#13 May 27, 2012
HaileMikael wrote:
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Are you writing this comment out of pity for PM Meles? You have defined journalism with journalistic accuracy (be ware of pride in this oxymoron). Haven’t you heard that Rush Limbaugh is about as much a journalist as Leeza Gibbons? Your wish list of journalistic etiquette limits a reporter’s capabilities as much as a prison limits a prisoner. Abebe used the tools available at the time to show that Mr. Obama was not telling the truth about PM Meles Zenawi. He did justice to journalism and in fact added purpose to it. Abebe showed that Obama’s intent of partnership with Africa is not credible given that he brought PM Meles, the man who deprived a nation of 80 million the means of subsistence, on board. By that shout president Obama was humiliated because stains were highlighted on his selection. It is a big, big, big deal which should and probably will force Obama to think again.
Interesting spin to Abebe Gelaw's drama in a confernce of F8s(F for neofascist states). My take was that Abebe wanted only to embarass His Majesty PM Meles(formerly Asres) Zeradwa. Your personal understanding of it is to humiliate Obama on the incorrectness of his selection of African dictators as representatives of African interests in spite oif the facts that we all know that hese individuals Obama selected are individual leaders who work for American interests in Africa. You're a Genius!
aLI

Anonymous Proxy

#14 May 27, 2012
HaileMikael wrote:
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Are you writing this comment out of pity for PM Meles? You have defined journalism with journalistic accuracy (be ware of pride in this oxymoron). Haven’t you heard that Rush Limbaugh is about as much a journalist as Leeza Gibbons? Your wish list of journalistic etiquette limits a reporter’s capabilities as much as a prison limits a prisoner. Abebe used the tools available at the time to show that Mr. Obama was not telling the truth about PM Meles Zenawi. He did justice to journalism and in fact added purpose to it. Abebe showed that Obama’s intent of partnership with Africa is not credible given that he brought PM Meles, the man who deprived a nation of 80 million the means of subsistence, on board. By that shout president Obama was humiliated because stains were highlighted on his selection. It is a big, big, big deal which should and probably will force Obama to think again.
You are an idiot if think Obama was humilated LMAO Abebe is just an idiotju, st like you.

Yes it will force Obama to "think again" hahahahah you got wild imagination you moron.

Ethiopia's National Day

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Hillary Rodham Clinton
Secretary of State
Washington, DC
May 25, 2012

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On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I am delighted to send best wishes to the people of Ethiopia as you celebrate your national day this May 28th.

The United States and the people of Ethiopia share a strong history as friends and partners. Together, we are working to enhance food security, improve health services, strengthen education, promote trade, and expand development. The United States applauds Ethiopia’s dedication to maintaining security in the region, including through important and effective peacekeeping missions in Sudan and South Sudan. I hope the coming year will yield a more vibrant civil society and private sector to help shape a brighter future for Ethiopia.

The United States is committed to helping Ethiopia achieve a more peaceful and prosperous future for all its people, and we look forward to continuing to work together toward common goals in Africa and around the world. As you gather with family and friends to celebrate your national day, know that the United States stands with you.

http://www.state.gov/secretary/rm/2012/05/191...
Alex

Toronto, Canada

#15 May 27, 2012
aLI wrote:
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The United States and the people of Ethiopia share a strong history as friends and partners. Together, we are working to enhance food security, improve health services, strengthen education, promote trade, and expand development.
http://www.state.gov/secretary/rm/2012/05/191...
The US pays for Ethiopian aggression against Somalia, ogaden, Oromia, the police and the army, works advises against popuplar democracy and NGOs but doesn't invest in the manufacturing, construction and service economic development of the counttry.
HaileMikael

San Jose, CA

#16 May 27, 2012
aLI wrote:
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You are an idiot if think Obama was humilated LMAO Abebe is just an idiotju, st like you.
Yes it will force Obama to "think again" hahahahah you got wild imagination you moron.
Ethiopia's National Day
Press Statement
Hillary Rodham Clinton
Secretary of State
Washington, DC
May 25, 2012
Share
On behalf of President Obama and the people of the United States, I am delighted to send best wishes to the people of Ethiopia as you celebrate your national day this May 28th.
The United States and the people of Ethiopia share a strong history as friends and partners. Together, we are working to enhance food security, improve health services, strengthen education, promote trade, and expand development. The United States applauds Ethiopia’s dedication to maintaining security in the region, including through important and effective peacekeeping missions in Sudan and South Sudan. I hope the coming year will yield a more vibrant civil society and private sector to help shape a brighter future for Ethiopia.
The United States is committed to helping Ethiopia achieve a more peaceful and prosperous future for all its people, and we look forward to continuing to work together toward common goals in Africa and around the world. As you gather with family and friends to celebrate your national day, know that the United States stands with you.
http://www.state.gov/secretary/rm/2012/05/191...
Open letter to Mrs. Clinton, Mr. Obama and the CIA

The CIA was deployed heavily in Ethiopia to break it up and with particular intent to deprive Ethiopians a major means of subsistence, which is fishing in the seas, and to leave Ethiopians obliged to those who seek their destruction. What happened to the credo “malice towards none” when the CIA poured millions of espionage money on behalf of the TPLF and EPLF to maliciously make a nation of eighty million God fearing people landlocked twenty one years ago in May? Do the people of the United States wish to be landlocked? Do they wish to lose a means of subsistence in the seas? Do they wish to be told:“Oh Americans … no more at all will you see a docking sheep or hear the tempest of the sea or taste the salt of it? No canoeing, no more. No boating, no rafting, no rowing, no fishing, no sailing, no jet skiing, no parasailing, no underwater hockey, rugby, photography. How is that for starters in depriving? How does it feel to cause someone else to starve? How does the US continue to celebrate this day of deprivation which is May 25, a day of darkness and deprivation for 80 million Ethiopians? Is “food security” the synonym for causing further deprivation? Mrs. Clinton and Mr. Obama: God and history will remember your judgments.
Ali

United States

#17 May 28, 2012
HaileMikael wrote:
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Open letter to Mrs. Clinton, Mr. Obama and the CIA
The CIA was deployed heavily in Ethiopia to break it up and with particular intent to deprive Ethiopians a major means of subsistence, which is fishing in the seas, and to leave Ethiopians obliged to those who seek their destruction. What happened to the credo “malice towards none” when the CIA poured millions of espionage money on behalf of the TPLF and EPLF to maliciously make a nation of eighty million God fearing people landlocked twenty one years ago in May? Do the people of the United States wish to be landlocked? Do they wish to lose a means of subsistence in the seas? Do they wish to be told:“Oh Americans … no more at all will you see a docking sheep or hear the tempest of the sea or taste the salt of it? No canoeing, no more. No boating, no rafting, no rowing, no fishing, no sailing, no jet skiing, no parasailing, no underwater hockey, rugby, photography. How is that for starters in depriving? How does it feel to cause someone else to starve? How does the US continue to celebrate this day of deprivation which is May 25, a day of darkness and deprivation for 80 million Ethiopians? Is “food security” the synonym for causing further deprivation? Mrs. Clinton and Mr. Obama: God and history will remember your judgments.
Why are you begging your Masters? you do know they have NO say in Ethiopia. you got a puppet mentality, boy!! ha hhahah begging an outsider to do something about his country, BANDA!
SiBaGo

Brussels, Belgium

#18 May 28, 2012
Gee 17 wrote:
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He is not a taxi driver...try to make sense smts!
Taxi Driver have More Respeact Than The Fat azz Clown called AbeDe BaDo GeLaw Trust me!!!
promeles

UK

#19 Jun 1, 2012
Meles is a great leader, those dergists who got defeated by the eprdf will continue to cry till they drop dead.Meles has charisma, abebe gelebaw is just a coward dog and an idiot
Anti-terrorist

Toronto, Canada

#20 Jun 2, 2012
promeles wrote:
Meles is a great leader, those dergists who got defeated by the eprdf will continue to cry till they drop dead.Meles has charisma, abebe gelebaw is just a coward dog and an idiot
TPLF ethno-fascists gang up like wild dogs on this poor Abebe gelaw who set out to do good for Ethiopia.

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