Silent Death of Eritrea
My fellow Eritreans, we have all respected and trusted Isaias Afeworki, but the felling is not mutual. It is slowly becoming evident that we were sleeping with the enemy. My view is that Isaias’s intention
My fellow Eritreans, we have all respected and trusted Isaias Afeworki, but the felling is not mutual. It is slowly becoming evident that we were sleeping with the enemy. My view is that Isaias’s intention is to integrate Eritrea with Ethiopia. Before that happens he has been working to make sure Eritrea is weak economically, and military. Isaias has spoken what his intentions are many times. In 1993, in a news conference in Addis Ababa, when he was asked by a reporter regarding a federation, he replied, “I always said why not to that question. It may take a decade, but you start with economic integration, to a full integration”. In July of this year, when Dr. Abiy comes to Asmara, he told him that he is going to lead us from now on. When he went to Addis, he said anyone who thinks Ethiopians, and Eritreans are not the same people, is one who does not know history. And recently when he went to Gondar, where his grandfather is buried, he told a reporter that he is ready to give his life for Ethiopia. Furthermore, he said that he getting old, but he is comforted for leaving it on Dr. Abiy’s control. Isaias’s plan is to destroy Eritrean nationality by population diffusion. We have been witnessing our young Brothers, and sisters leaving the country by thousands. Ethiopians will slowly move in, and have children from our Eritrean Sisters. After 10-20 years, you will be able to define Eritrean as we know it today. A weak Eritrea will never stand against stronger Ethiopia. We did not fight for our independence for 32 years, and sacrificed over 65,000 Eritreans to be reunited with Ethiopia. If we do nothing to reverse this soon, once Ethiopia stabilizes, it will be too late. We need to be united, and fight for what we have paid dearly. We need to create a united front, and send a strong message to our Arm forces, and our people that we cannot tolerate what is taken place in front of our yes. I cannot comprehend one person can single handedly destroy the country, and the people. I thought we were better than that? Aren’t we the people who fought with the biggest army in Africa, and won? We need to weak up, and unite against this evil, and bring everyone who committed crime against our people, and country to justice. To Yekealo Brothers, and sisters who were ready to sacrifice for your country, your job is not done yet. To Warsaye your country needs you more than ever, as she is struggling to breath.
Peace and Liberty for Eritrea!