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ሕንቅል-ሕንቅሊተይ ፖለቲካ ቫንዳሊዝም “Vandalism”.

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  • Sara March 26, 2015

    well written. Hgdf will arrest many innocent people. issais is the worst dictator and mentally sick person.

  • brhane March 26, 2015

    1.Deliberately mischievous or malicious destruction or damage of property.
    For example like Issaias did in 4 asmara, adi keih, selae daero, tsolot, bei mekae, deke amhare.
    Deliberately vandalism of public buildings.
    That’s all the exact meaning.

  • Dala Ksha March 26, 2015

    This work is done by the snake himself.very soon he is going to frame some of his (General’s)and going to eliminate them.and those Idiots they will never learn from history let him finish them.
    by the way any news from Halibay the only surviver from (the car accident)this is another Hinkilkiltey.

  • rezen March 27, 2015

    “ኣነ ንህዝቢ ዝኣተኹሉ መብጽዓ የለን፡ ስልጣን ዝሃበኒ ህዝቢ’ውን የለን” ኢዩ ዝብል ዘሎ። Quotation from the Article above.

    Poor translation >>> “There is no promise that I vowed to people; nor was there any people who gave me power”

    Be that as it may, the important message from Issayas was crystal clear i.e. he created his own power; and thus he is not in debt to anyone. He can do anything he wants! And, indeed, he demonstrated it visibly through crafty manoeuvring for the last forty-nine (49) years. A few years back thousands of Eritreans worshipped Issayas in the greatest democratic City of the World >>> New York, USA.

    What do we make out of all this? Well, let us be honest. In a country of three to five million people, blessed with some 0.01% of the population being highly modern-educated with extraordinary distinction in various academic fields of endevour, the people had accepted and glorified Issayas Afewerki Abraha as their saviour. He didn’t ask for it. He created it. He just felt like being a messiah!

    When issayas left the Addis Ababa university as a first-year drop-out(October 1966), he never looked back, but forged an adventure to play with the lives of three to five million people who were always prone to be manipulated by rhetoric of independence, freedom, liberty, equality, justice, democracy, prosperity …. There is no one like Issayas who knows deeply the psyche of Eritreans — even those who devoted their entire lives in their professions i.e. sociologist, political scientists, psychologists, experts in the study of humanities, legal experts, economists…

    Of course, any disagreement with the above poorly worded assessment can always challenge Issayas at his own game. The field is wide open — without reverting to unnecessary tantrum.