There is a huge propaganda blitz by the powers who brought to power the Abiy Ahmed Lemma Megersa group to power to cover up the deplorable and even dangerous situation Ethiopia, which given time, may plunge Ethiopia into a disastrous and catastrophic ethnic war to destabilize further the whole Horn of Africa region. Not much has changed from the point of the violation of human rights in the country.
Grisly murder by Querro Abiy [He involved in nation peddling phenomena]
"If you don't like the crop you are harvesting, check the seed you are sowing." [FECICT]
key words: dehumanization, totalitarianism, youth, Social revolution, social change, democratic state
የአዲስ አበባን ማንነትና ይዘት በመደገፍ የሚደረገውን እንቅስቃሴ ኢሕአፓ ይደግፋል
Cockpit and data recorders may hold clues as to cause of crash that killed 157 people
Ethiopian elite lost in electoral maze under Abiy’s gaze
እንኳን ለኢመማ 70ኛ ዓመት ምስረታ እደረሳችሁ !!
ለትምህርት ጥራት መጠበቅ የመምህራንን የኑሮ ሁኔታ ማሻሻል ወሳኝ ነው ።
ሰሞኑን በለገጣፎ ነዋሪዎች ላይ የተካሄደውን ዘረኛ የማፈናቀል አርምጃ አጥብቀን አናወግዛለን
ከዐድዋ እና ከማይጨዉ ጦርነቶችና ድሎች ምን እንማራለን? መማር ከቻልን ከበቀለ ገሠሠ (ዶ/ር)
Finote Ethio-Canadian Information Centre In Toronto
Social revolution for social transformation/salvation OR social reform for interethnic conflict/demise?
Ethiopian Human Rights Abuser Pleads Guilty to Fraudulently Obtaining U.S. Citizenship by Admitted Series of Lies in Naturalization Process, Including Failure to Disclose Participation in Persecution During the Red Terror Period in Ethiopia
.......By his own admission, Negussie participated in the persecution of detainees in Ethiopia from roughly 1977 to 1978 during the “Red Terror,” a campaign of brual violence during which Ethiopia’s ruling military council, the Derg, and its affiliates arrested, extra-judicially detained, interrogated and tortured tens of thousands of members, perceived members and supporters of political opposition groups. Negussie injured and abused detainees on account of their political opinion...
Ethiopia: the repository of penitentiary to its inhabitants but the handful tyrants and opportunist-mercenaries [Citizens are forcibly uprooted from their homes]
Finote Ethio-Canadian Information Centre In Toronto
(ከኢትዮጵያ ፖለቲካ እስረኞች አንድነት ኮሚቴ የተሰጠ መግለጫ） – የኢትዮጵያ ሕዝብ ሰብዓዊና ዴሞክራሲያዊ መብቶች አሁንም በአስከፊ ሁኔታ እየተጣሱና እየተረገጡ በመሆናቸው ኢፖእኣኮ የተቃውሞ ድምጹን እንደገና በማሰማት መብት ረገጣው ያብቃ ይባላል። የተባበሩት መንግሥታት የሰብዓዊ መብት ተጠሪ ወደ ኢትዮጵያ መጥታ እየተፈጸመ ያከውን የንብት ጥሰት…
By Marcos Lemma (MD, PhD)
(Aug 23, 2004)
January 9, 2019 ( by Mastewal Dessalew ） _ When regional powers battled for control of the kingdom in the 18th and 19th centuries, historians called it the Age of Princes. As the EPRDF turns fratricidal, is Ethiopia now entering…
Yekatit 12 : Remembrance Day of Fascist Aggression of Ethiopia (1937 to 2019) By - Berhane Tadese – Engineer February 18, 2019
The Stars emit their photon of light to witness Ethiopian unity with natural color that reflects its various ethnic beauty manifested through its colorful natural flag....
Opportunists' hallucination for democracy and Illusionist Abiy Ahemed
for establishment of Oromia state
Why Transitional People's Democratic Government through Revolution, not Emotion/Love? [The necessary and sufficient transition paradigm]
Indeed, much can be learned about the conditions for successful transitions from aborted or hijacked ones, like the current Ethiopian societal movement for such democratic transitional state. Three choices are in place for the Ethiopian revolution trend: Transition from autocratic to people's democratic regime:
From reification to critical transformative praxis: Transitional People's Democratic Government [TPDG]
by Hama TumaA few years back I wrote about the Ethiopian penchant to be the first in all things diverse. The first human being, the first barefoot runner to win the Marathon in Rome, the first county to have a homeless prime minster (when the wife of the previous dead one refused to vacate the premises), the first country to be chosen by God, and so and on . The country has now become the first one to have a minister of peace......
Theorizing celebrity cultures: Thickenings of media cultures and the role of cultural (working) memoryPreamble
In a Country like Ethiopia where people's democracy has never been established historically, the more common pattern is one of under institutionalization in which political elites-groups are weak and often fragmented entitiesrelying on a single charismatic individual for leadership and guidance. These so called political elites, including the current dictator, are weak in the sense of not being able to penetrate society.
The propaganda blitz notwithstanding, the repressive system in Ethiopia is continuing. The "old-new" rulers have sponsored ethnic killings, no action against hate mongers instead arrested close to 3000 young peaceful in and around Addis Abeba. Their crime? Upholding the historic Ethiopian flag, condemning and calling for the arrest of the ethnic cleansers and demanding the release of all political prisoners.
Various paradigms/models of democracy [Enlightenment: Organized by Finote Ethio-Candaian Information Center in Toronto (FECICT)]
NES COMMENTARY: No. 43
Title: Congratulations to Eritrea and Ethiopia Uniting as One People with One Shared Destiny
By Mammo Muchie: DST/NRF SARChI Research Professor, Tshwane University of Technology, Pretoria, South Africa
Ethiopian officials say one person has died and dozens more are injured, after an explosion at a rally for the new PM Abiy Ahmed.
Earlier Mr Abiy had said that several people had died.
Mr Abiy described it as an "unsuccessful attempt by forces who do not want to see Ethiopia united".
He was whisked away immediately after the blast, thought to be from a grenade thrown amid thousands of people in Addis Ababa's Meskel Square.
Despite the hue and cry on reforms and change in Ethiopia, the regime's hostility and negative practices against the EPRP continues.
- Not one EPRP political prisoner has been released despite the fact that dozens are imprisoned since 1991. EPRP prisoners are not even recognized as such.
The Ethiopian government must intervene to protect thousands of ethnic Amharas who are on the verge of displacement due to violent attacks on their homes by ethnically-motivated youth groups in Oromia Regional State, Amnesty International said.
THOUSANDS OF POLITICAL PRISONERS STILL IN PRISONS
The repressive regime in Addis Abeba, convulsed by continuing mass protest, has been forced to admit it holds political prisoners and has released a thousand or so of them. The regime holds more than 45,000 political prisoners in secret and official camps (gulags) and prisons all over Ethiopia.
CONDEMN THE ASSASSINATION OF GEZAHEGN G.MESKEL
Human rights activist and a militant for democracy, Gezahegn Gebre Meskel, was assassinated in broad day light in Johannesburg. His killer has escaped and many Ethiopians there are certain that he was hired killer working for the embassy of the regime in Addis Abeba. Gezahegn, a fearless militant, was the target of many death threats from the embassy, witnesses have revealed. Gezahegn, 48, is survived by his wife and two children.
The regime in Addis Abeba has mocked at the persistent and popular demand to release ALL political prisoners in Ethiopia. Conservative estimate of Ethiopian political prisoners has put the figure at least 45,000
By Hama Tuma
I wanted to write this article since last week but put it off due to lack of time. Netanyahu accepted a UN plan to end the deportation threat on 37,000 African refugees and I almost abandoned the idea of writing this article. Thanks to the extremist consistency of the prime minister (who rejected the UN plan ) here I go with my article.
For many Ethiopians, this is the season of the ultimate Dickensian Paradox. For some, it is the best of times, for others, it is the worst of times. Some are high in hopes, others are still shrugging their shoulders. Ultra-optimists are waving their, ‘a new leader for the new day’ placard, cautious souls are beeping their alarm lights. It’s a pandemonium par excellence. Until the dust settled and we start talking about things with certitude, better dealing with what we know.
H. RES. 128 Supporting respect for human rights and encouraging inclusive governance in Ethiopia full text.
Response to an article written by Ato Abdul Mohammad that appeared on
Aigafourm on March 19,2018 entitled “Ethiopian Solutions for Ethiopian Problems”
Government sources say the military will be in charge via a command post, which will be "reporting to the prime minister".
Shifting alliances in the Horn of Africa have some analysts worried about a potential open conflict ahead
At least five people have been killed in northern Ethiopia after security forces fired on a crowd at a religious festival who were reportedly shouting anti-government slogans.
Many more were injured in the incident in the town of Waldiya. Angry protesters have blocked roads and businesses are closed.
Jailed Ethiopian opposition leader Merera Gudina has been freed after more than a year in detention. The leader of the Oromo Federalist Congress was released on Wednesday morning and allowed to go home, where he was welcomed by thousands of people. He has been in prison since December ...
The nominal Prime Minister of Ethiopia has today declared that "all political prisoners in Ethiopia will be released". This is what the foreign media reported. However, the PM did not say that.
Ethiopia's prime minister has announced the release of all political prisoners and the closure of a notorious detention centre which allegedly used torture to extract confessions.