Fetsum: The liberation struggle of Amete and the donkey from Halima and the camel
Tewolde Reda: “Instead of Eritreans learning from their difficult past, TETSELILOM” Comment: Indeed, TETSELILNA: we did not learn from the problems of division and eliminating one another during the struggle that unnecessarily made us dearly pay for 30
Tewolde Reda: “Instead of Eritreans learning from their difficult past, TETSELILOM”
Comment: Indeed, TETSELILNA: we did not learn from the problems of division and eliminating one another during the struggle that unnecessarily made us dearly pay for 30 years as we find ourselves greatly divided refusing to unite on common grounds. One thing we should have learned from the rugged liberation struggle was how to love one another and protect each other from any adversity through tolerance and compromise. Instead, we are watching each other divided in tens of groups leaving the people helplessly suffering under the brutal dictator currently punishing the society without any contender. Even worse, we forgot the priceless sacrifice of our people to the extent of betraying each other through hatred and unfounded vengeance based on religion.
Quote of the moment: “ሎሚ ጉምብሕ ጉምብሕ እንተዳኣ ኢልና፡ ጽባሕ በጠበጥ ኢና ክንከይድ።” we are not ready for the challenges we will face after the dictatorship and I am not sure why the civic society cannot see this coming. It is getting late day by day and I cannot imagine the consequence of our recklessness in this regard.
Agazians: “What were you old crook doing in Mekelle for a long time as an orphan? Are you denying having been a drug dealer that spent years in prison for it? Anta welfare survivor Hadami from meda! Bla blab la!”
Response: I thank God for blessing me to live in America for about 40 years without welfare dependency, clean record and higher education. I have professionally worked for over 20 years in different faculties of the society. I respect the Tigrean people in general and actively supported their struggle that consumed my most precious friends since childhood. I am a dignified product of my lovely hometown Mekelle who can only identify myself as Mekellino. I would not change my upbringing with the beautiful Deki Mekelle for anything. I talk Tigrigna and slung it exactly like them because I am part and parcel of the phenomenal society that I love from the bottom of my heart. I would do anything to pay back to the people of Mekelle as a person from Eritrean heritage for what they gave me through the years as a member of their family. I, however, know that my love for the Tigreans and Eritreans should not motivate me to advocate for their unity but for their peaceful coexistence and cooperation with their states-quo intact.
I have never been a member of the EPLF but definitely a strong sympathizer all the way to the end. I know I was in Maetot in the liberated areas of Eritrea until the time of independence where I found myself in Asmara about two days after its liberation in May 24, 1991 with the dignified members of the struggle and the Eritrean people at large. Although I entered Asmara with a Kalashnikov and Tegadalai image, I have never had a chance to fire a bullet against the enemy. This is my story ladies and gentlemen and accept it or keep on deceiving yourself.
Every human behavior or emotion encapsulates cause and effect. Agazianism is the effect of self hatred, fear, bias and extra narrow nationalism that segregates a significant portion of the people because of religion. People of the same roots and nationhood may sometimes clash in terms of religion and ethnicity and sometimes struggle for religious and ethnic equality but they defend their nation from external threat together. I have never heard of a group trying to break away from its ethnic group because of religion like the Agazians want to do and I believe this is the only scenario of its type in history.
Clearly, hatred emanates from being mistreated; from insecurity and jealousy, otherwise in the absence of tangible reason which by itself blossom from inferiority complex, which further originates from fear; anger and vulgarity being the most obvious symptoms of hatred. In our situation, there has never been a problem between our Christian and Moslem communities that can agitate people to grieve against one another for what may have taken place by few individuals in isolated events that do not represent our society over all. Those who suffer from inferiority complex attack society based on minute and insignificant happenstances that took place in the past. Of all the vulgarities some sufferers of the syndrome direct towards our Moslem communities, hate stands in their back door, vengeance in the window and fear at the front door. Apparently, the cause of the Eritrean struggle was independence, that of the Tigreans was secession and that of the Ethiopians was democracy but the cause of Agazian revolution in my judgment revolves around three fundamentally abusive and senseless points detuned from reality.
The first says; “some individuals burnt Christian books once upon a moment in the Eritrean experience”. The question is who were they and how many books did they destroy and how may they relate to our peaceful Moslems in different areas of the country? Did our Moslems overall have anything to do with those responsible for the event and were they aware of it during its actuality? Can the accusers tell us the title and the author of at least one of the books in this category instead of monotonously crying books, books, books and yet, books? Can the lost books be re-printable like other books? Am I responsible for what my grand father might have done in the past and should I and all the people of Hamasien be punished for it? I have never seen him by the way except in two pictures to the best recollection of my memory! So where is the beef for this allegation and who cares about the few destructive individuals claimed to have burnt said books with undisclosed titles and authors from the amazing haters in the face of last century’s 100 million innocent victims of religious and ethnic violence all over the world? Why are they so attached to the books while commonsense says they don’t read books based on their behaviors and thin outlook of society?
The second important cause for Agazian revolution is the expression “Sehabi Gimel”. I personally thank the peaceful animal for having been an effective servant of the struggle. I hope it will remain being the symbol of our society’s perseverance because of its efficiency, endurance and power needless to say it deserves it and has been used by all Eritreans despite religion and ethnicity. Now, when you recklessly abuse society you must welcome abuse from the other side of town because everything is a function of duality. If pulling the Gemel for survival is a crime, should pulling the Donkey be exempted from this classification? Should the Agazian community be glorified for traditionally being “Sehabti Adgi” in this crazy comparison with our colorful Moslem communities condemned for being “Sehabti Gimel”? interestingly, the mind is composed of the unconscious, the sub conscious, the conscious and the super conscious like the one owned by spiritual teachers such as brothers Eckhart Tolle, Wayne Dyer and the Dalai lama. While the other forms of the mind reflect the superficial contents of outlook, the unconscious goes deeper representing its true nature by psychological consensus. In this situation, the disease unconsciously stigmatizes religious connotation to the two animals where the Gemel becomes a Moslem and the Adgi a Christian. This bizarre religious identification of animals is the original creativity of the haters in my opinion because I cannot imagine any community in planet earth ever entertaining it in the history of human experience. In my case, I rather pull the Gimel than the Adgi based on its advantages in contrast but will the Agazian revolution also liberate the donkey from the camel?
The third important motivation for their cause revolves at the “Wedi Halima” expression that unconsciously implies their pride for being “Wedi Amete”. I am sorry to get into this nonsense but someone has to tell them one way or another. I love the two names equally but if I have to be forced picking one by some unfortunate circumstances, I would not hesitate identifying myself as “Wedi Halima” because it sounds more universal than Amete in my judgment. One cannot disrespect and refuse accepting Halima without disrespecting and rejecting his mother, though; once again because of the law of duality. What is even more interesting here is the extended form “Wedi stinky Halima” which further gives the disease another contradictory dimension in view of reality because hygiene is a mandatory requirement in Islam to the point a true believer must come out of the rest room substantially clean if you know what I mean. The crisis should then be an unconscious radiation of inferiority complex by the haters that conventionally have poorer cleaning procedures in contrast. I, therefore rather be “Wedi Halima” in view of hygiene than hating my mother by hating some beautiful mothers in our society.
Now, how do you profile haters? They are angry in temperament. You evaluate their words in a paragraph and isolate them if they vulgarize about 50% of their words. You also detect their questions as in “Once again, pathological and serial muslim liar/cheat, why all the freaking fake acts??” You must be a genius if you can understand this question!! How about “What have you got to hide or cover by disguising under different names, your past crimes against our Christian Eritrean people??”. Now, you must be a wizard to get this one right! Yet, check this out; ”Now, amanuel aka Nahon, Sol, Almaz, Arma, Duri Mohammed, Hamid Ibrahim, Khalid, Mohammed, Aba thimmer, keshi mars, Wedi Hagher (wedi mushmush rootless Yemeni nomad saHab gimel), Wedi Halima savage evil Arab slave dog, stinky Saho whore snake/rat, barbaric ELF mendef terrorist jihadi beast, Abdurobo TeraAraA, comedian Ali (the former Iraqi defense minister) and so on……I let you attack useless and confused Michael mercilessly with your savage ELF cockroaches riffraffat group so as to get him sorted out but don’t you ever think that you are smart or you are getting away with your garbage ELF shits. I am watching and waiting for the next article to come really hard on you and on your other terefmeref goHafat ELF mendefat. In short, Michael deserved to be slaughtered by you lot.” One can only wonder on how and who wired their unique brains need less to say the words come out of the best minds of the movement that appear in the forums hoping to lead a utopian nation one day after the graveyard.
Their emotional and terrified consciousness cannot allow them to rationalize objectively because they cannot coherently communicate with any sensible human being. They are something else, the best example in our region of what an unobserved mind can do to human beings, very good entertainment and psychological material to society. I just wish Ammanuel Eyasu understands their importance in this regard and stops kicking them out of the forum! Please don’t deny us a little pleasure, brother at this time where nothing is going on in the other side of the fence.
Why do they hate our Moslem communities anyway? Because they hate themselves. They have no love to give, they just ain’t got it! Are they really concerned about the Christians to the extent of aiming at liberating them from whatever? How can they love us if they hate themselves? They are using us to shelter the incredible inferno killing them alive from within. But why do they fear the Moslems without any provocation? Because of the chronic inferiority complex torturing their souls; they are threatened by the natural existence of our peaceful Moslems, although they cannot violently supplement it because of fear. It is a miserable life that sacks to the limit ladies and gentlemen, and I don’t think there is a medical remedy for it except the only possible exit which non of them have the gut to execute: Sartre calls it suicide! This vindication of course exempts our beautiful, innocent and vulnerable kids in the group not only because we love and care for but have the responsibility to save them from the haters in the leadership of whatever Agazi is all about.
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