From: Berhane Habtemariam (Berhane.Habtemariam@gmx.de)
Date: Fri Apr 08 2011 - 19:14:03 EDT
Questions the Ethiopian People ought to Ask
Friday, 08 April 2011 12:43 | Written by Shabait Admin |
It is to be noted that the TPLF clique has recently been issuing ceaseless
and yet contradictory statements. To everyone's surprise, the clique has
been bewailing merely a lamentation of isolation. The lamentation,
nevertheless, transcends beyond raising endless questions.
Why is the TPLF regime lately pronouncing schizophrenic discourses? What are
the threats of its nightmares? Where do they stem from? What a horrendous
terror and hallucination could it be? As a result of its schizophrenic
anxiety, the TPLF clique has heightened mass incarceration of civilians.
Could such wanton measures relieve the clique from its nightmares? How long
can the Ethiopian people's miseries of two-decade corrupt management be
muzzled? What could the protests of Ethiopian nationals inside the country
and abroad being organized for May give rise to? Does the TPLF clique have
the resources and the capacity to crack the emerging popular uprising? Or,
is the lamentation the last gasp of its despondency? How a regime,
belligerent too all nations, could dare to win the hearts and minds of
anyone? Under which calculation does the clique whose bloodthirsty measures
entailed the lives of many innocent civilians expect to gain sympathy of the
As part of its frustrated discourses, the clique has also remarked on the
most honorable Eritrean people. The clique, which committed acts of atrocity
beyond the pale, as well as dig up cemeteries of fallen heroes unabashedly,
has attempted to commiserate with the Eritrean people. Yet, this same clique
that mired its own people into the quagmire of privation has failed in its
latest lamentation to mask its envy towards Eritrea-a country which has
proven to be the center of excellence in development and prosperity.
Furthermore, the TPLF regime has announced that Eritrea's thriving economy
is the envy of its vicious program, which the clique aspires to lay in
The TPLF's diatribes are endless. What a daunting shock could the fictitious
gimmick be that involves Eritrea, Egypt and other nations? In pursuit of its
aggressive posturing, the clique has once again made apprehensive
announcement that it is poised to take action. The legality of its oxymoron
aside, how can a regime put out of action in repeated missions of servitude
to external forces retain the capabilities and willpower to carry out its
spite? How possibly could a regime with dismal military forces, the least
economic growth in the world, a country that went amiss chastened by
corruption, as well as a clique that espouses backward Bonapartism flinch an
inch? After all the miscarriages and reverses across the globe, do the
adventurous lords still have the capacity and commitment to sustain the
aspirations of the clique?
These questions and the corresponding solutions amply demonstrate the
existing state of affairs of the regime. A frustrated state of mind would
always seek to gain nerve with void discourses. And hence, the party line of
the clique is but a mere discourse of exasperation.
TPLF's Bogus Credo
Tuesday, 29 March 2011 11:32 | Written by Shabait Admin |
In spite of vast natural endowments, Ethiopia, a country with the largest
population and the second largest area in the Horn of Africa, has continued
to stand witness to narrow political agenda, corrupt management and
servitude, thereby dragging other nationalities into backwardness and
poverty, as well as conflict and instability. Nations and nationalities of
any given state would only create a united country through political,
economic, social and cultural harmony. Over the past two decades,
nevertheless, the regime in Addis Ababa has favored A PRECARIOUS DIVISIVE
POLITICS in lieu of an enabling atmosphere for harmony and national unity so
as to vertically polarize the Ethiopian people along tribal lines and
maintain vested interest of the minority group.
Clinging to the stance that the assignment of dividing a nation would not be
possible without the support of the superpowers, the TPLF has, for parochial
interests of the clique, preferred to be subservient to external powers and
lay national dignity on the line. Due to such state of affairs, Ethiopia's
cauldron of economy and politics has thus given rise to Bonapartism in the
conflict-ridden country. The pent-up upheaval of the Ethiopian people in the
wake of May 2005 election has but set the stage for an uprising against the
politics stage-managed to serve parochial interests of the minority.
The massacre the TPLF then committed over innocent civilians still remains
to be something the Ethiopian people has hard feelings about.
It is not too hard to surmise the ultimate impact of such a scenario. As an
expression of the mounting resentment of the Ethiopian people over the
regime at helm, manifest repugnance of the Tigrian people towards the TPLF
clique is ever on the rise. And hence, the clique is now actively engaged in
mass incarceration of what it refers to as descendants of other
nationalities lest the strong popular uprising in North Africa and the
Middle East might flare up in Ethiopia.
Consistent with the old saying 'history repeats itself', it would be no
surprise TO WITNESS the CLIQUE recapitulating the credo of its predecessors.
Fabricating lies of 'threat to national security' in an attempt to divert
popular attention to the international arena is a worn-out trick played for
time by all regimes that lack popular support. Needless to say, any regime
is essentially doomed to downfall owing to internal factors. As a result of
its duplicity and wrong policies, it would be inevitable for the TPLF clique
to be engulfed in the cauldron of popular uprising.
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