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Former Sawa Trainer, Kibrom Haile “Megelel” Speaks about his Rough Journey to Europe (Short version of his Account on Smer Paltalk Room) Part 1, Wed, Nov 13, 2014

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  • Harnet November 13, 2014

    Such is the story of my people…the sadness that I feel right now is beyond what I can truly bear. This is the story of one man and compared to many, this is considered a successful story (where he actually reached a safe place), yet he went thru so much hardship…

    My people, what is wrong with us??? When are we going to say enough is enough? Some of us are stuck in 60th and are living in the past and some of us are detached from our people and country and some of us are in a complete denial.
    Our youth has gone thru so much and has nothing to give…some of them are trying to just survive and some of them are in immense fear of PFDJ.

    For the fathers, your son is about to suffer immense physical and mental pain? Should you remain quiet while your son is going to be shamed?

    For the mothers, your daughters are going to be Arab’s toys, should you remain quieit…the least you could do is pray to the almighty God, like the mothers before you. This is not the time to dance or to celebrate. There is nothing to celebrate in Eritrea. We are going to dance all the way to our demise.

    For the Youth, the same route you took, your younger sister is about to take. Remember Sahara, Labia, Mediterranean Sea…Do you think you should let her bear all the suffering she is about to endure?

    Where are you Eritreans that are born in the Diasporas? Your people need you NOW, SPEAK UP. You can follow the news better than any of us, your ancestry is about to be lost… In short time there will be NO ERITREA or ERITREANS.

    God Bless you for sharing your story Kibrom.

    Harnet N Eritrawiyan

  • Kabbire November 13, 2014

    ኣንቱም ሰባት፣ ኤርትራውነት ማለት፣ ሕስረትን ውርደትን ካን ኮይኑ ተሪፉ፧
    ንዓና ወልዶ ዉርደት እንተበሉናስ ካብ ሓቂ ዝረሓቐ ኣይመስለንን።

  • wedi kavalere November 13, 2014

    Yes, I heard today’s assenna news. Very proud to learn about kaboom’s hardship life he had to go through and at the same time very sad for those who are not awake the dictatorship and pain our people are still suffering!!!

  • ERITRAWIT November 13, 2014

    Amanule excellent job.
    Wey gud Dehrey nasnet kemzey hewot kehlef Eritrawi see nay b hakey demka zefleh.
    kndey ke ab megedey terefom b zeykebarey.
    Amlak balka yakel belelna.

  • wedi kavalere November 13, 2014

    I am very happy to hear and also learn about kibrom’s hardship life he had to go through. The eritreans who are siding wrongfully with dictatorship in eritrea are also criminals.they need to wale up. No need to dance.

  • ahmed saleh November 15, 2014

    Do not me wrong . When I read about Sawa trainer my expectation was
    different . He sounds humble person but if that how SAWA runs , that
    how is it , be it . Failed government with ZERO accountability .
    Imagine military trainer call his own people TOKHARIR , what a shame .

    • ahmed saleh November 15, 2014

      I can feel bad to these youngs victims of Sawa but not to those were
      part of its establishment then to abandon those innocent boys/girls .
      Assenna , we expect quality not quantity of information against wrongs .

  • Tesfit November 15, 2014

    Where can I find the second part?