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There are Four Kinds of Eritrean 'Opposition' Groups


Wedi Vecaro, who was allegedly known for his rampant corruption in Eritrea, is now the "new" face of the so-called "opposition" in the Diaspora. Although new to the political scene, his ideas are not. True to his Italian mafia style ethics, the heavyset businessman recently boasted he could put a hit out on Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki in a seminar held in the Netherlands. 

There are Four Kinds of Eritrean 'Opposition' Groups

By Dehai Member,


There are four kinds of the so-called “OPPOSITION”: (a) The Traditional; (b) The Tigray-cross-border “refugees”; (c) The Woyane implants; (d) The Regionalist/Religionist group.

(a) The traditional OPPOs are those who left the noble ELF struggle and migrated via Sudan, hoping to share in the governance of Eritrea from afar as their reward for their contribution towards the victory attained by their co-fighters - the EPLF. Some were so bitter in their exclusion in 1991. Many of them had decided that “ብሻዕብያ ዝመጸ ናጽነት ኣይንቕበሎን”. Some, in their folly even decided not to vote in the Referendum of 1993 hoping against hope that they would return from their migration to struggle politically and succeed in overthrowing the government and reclaim their right to co-ownership of the victory results. That was an exercise in futility. It took them two decades.

(b) The Tigray cross-border refugees were lured to the bonanza in the Diaspora. They were unfortunately stranded in Mai Aynee, Shmelba and other camps. The Woyane later took advantage of their misery, brain-washed them to hate the GoE. They even trained some of them to raise their “Youth Army” to overthrow Issaias. The Traditional OPPOs associated with them in Ethiopia. The timing coincided with the time when the Traditional OPPOs had given up their 20-year struggle because of old age. They pampered the youth into creating a “Youth Political Party” inculcating in their minds that the country is in need of “መንአሰይ” to whom they wished to entrust the relay of their failed struggle.

(c) The Woyane implants are those that the Woyane had always inserted in the Eritrean internet community. Both (a) and (b) were added as natives, who, through their cultural and linguistic similarity were found an excellent support to its Traditional surrogates.

(d) The Regionalist/Religionist were pampered with the idea of the Infamous Article 39 that the Woyane used to systematically divide the Ethiopian society; e.g. “Klil based” nationalism such as The Kunama/Saho/Highlander/Lowlander group.

It is a pity that, apart from those in item (c) above, who are well trained Woyane cadres, the level of comprehension of the English language of most of those categorized in (a) (b and (d), is low from what I noticed in their communication skills in Dehai, but I wish they access this link, and read to realize that the OPPOSITION mantra is manufactured by powers that do not wish good for Eritrea, and stop the destruction of their own country and people.

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44 comments:

  1. You forgot the 5th opposition.
    The one that isn't affiliated with neither of the above four groups.
    The one that able think for themselves.
    The one that critisize the wrong heading of the regime.
    The one that doesn't consume the propaganda of EriTv
    The one that analyzes and see things in different dimensions.
    The one that believes in unity and harmony of the nation.
    The one that have sympathy, emphaty, and compassion
    Etc......

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  2. Then they are not oppositionist. They are the eritrean government !

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  3. Well put teddy, simple and to the point!

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  4. Remember the selfless.

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  5. 1. The traditional - beyond my time. Ruled out
    2. Tigray Cross border Ref. - I never crossed the border nor been in refugge camp. Ruled out
    3. Woyane implant - I know woyane was/is an enemy so number 3 is ruled out.
    4.Regionalis/Religionist - How could I when half on me is from Zoba Maikel and half of me is from Zoba Debub?? Ruled out.
    Religionist - if I hate one religion then I hate half part of me becouse we are 50/50. Ruled out.
    The majority that opposes this regime are simple individuals like me who are tierd of the wrong heading of Issayas and his clowns. I beleive in change and the change should come from within.

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  6. 1. The traditional - beyond my time. Ruled out
    2. Tigray Cross border Ref. - I never crossed the border nor been in refugge camp. Ruled out
    3. Woyane implant - I know woyane was/is an enemy so number 3 is ruled out.
    4.Regionalis/Religionist - How could I when half on me is from Zoba Maikel and half of me is from Zoba Debub?? Ruled out.
    Religionist - if I hate one religion then I hate half part of me becouse we are 50/50. Ruled out.
    The majority that opposes this regime are simple individuals like me who are tierd of the wrong heading of Issayas and his clowns. I beleive in change and the change should come from within. The first step is constitution.

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  7. To which opposition groups do you belong? If not , please name your group.

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  8. Is it a summary of the "oppositions?" I think there are more than 37 groups which can be classified as twins, triplets, quadruplets........relatives, family members, and the incubator produces chickens conditionally and the lists .....

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  9. What do you expect from weyane boot lickers? They are greedy,regionalists, and narrow minded just like their masters in addis.

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  10. I was born and raised in Sahel, veteran fighter of EPLF. What kind of opposition am i ?

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  11. We need to be loyal to principles not to people or borders. Woyane has many insidious policies while Shavia has their issues as well. What I want and what I know we all want is peace and well being for all our people.

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  12. To the one that is not listed lol :)
    Read the text below the picture
    ̈̈̈ ̈Wedi Vecaro, who was allegedly known for his rampant corruption in Eritreä̈ ̈
    Everybody knows Wedi Vacaro was corrupted but he was working for the regime, hired by the regime and controled by the regime. That would tell the regime is corrupted too. This is a simple logic. All the clowns in the west that were under HGDEF and acting as oppositions are opportunists.
    Wedi Vacaro, General Tekeste, Dawit Dafla (ex EriAirlines CEO)....
    .

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  13. Wow. Half maikel half debub. How convenient

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  14. ISSAIAS The Lion of NakfaMarch 27, 2014 at 9:10 AM

    (d) The Regionalist/Religionist were pampered with the idea of the
    Infamous Article 39 that the Woyane used to systematically divide the
    Ethiopian society; e.g. “Klil based” nationalism such as The
    Kunama/Saho/Highlander/Lowlander group.

    THE WRITER spoke of " kililization " and YOU are talking about somethingelse. I think you have your own understanding of Region as though Region concerns only one or two parts of Eritrea.

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  15. Barnabas Araya YohannesMarch 27, 2014 at 11:00 AM

    These so called opposition groups are divided against themselves by tribalism, regionalism, and religious fanaticism. This evidence makes a mockery of the ethos they proclaimed to profess.

    The current opposition groups and individuals present a special threat because they do not usually declare their evil intentions openly but instead they secretly sow the seeds of distrust and suspicion. Outwardly they assert their firmness and commitment for Eritrean unity, while inwardly they are engaged in dividing and agitating the people. These treacherous enemies, who by day and night, openly and secretly, do their utmost to shake the foundations of our unity and who kindle secret sedition and strife appear as 'sheep, yet inwardly they are naught but ravening wolves.' Sweet in words, they are, but at heart, they are deadly poison.

    No doubt every arrogant one that plots dissension and discord will not openly declare his evil purposes; nay rather, even as a fake gold, he would shine and sparkle, and would seize upon divers measures and various pretexts that he may separate the gathering of our community.

    These people are like vicious animals, which are lying in ambush, watching for an opportunity. By every means, they are trying to cause divisions among the people in order to achieve their hidden agendas, vested interests, and ulterior motives. Not so in Eritrea.

    Our people and community must be protected from these kinds of hypocrites. All showing of kindness or goodwill efforts will always produce contrary results. Should they be allowed to continue they will, in but just within few years, destroy the hard won Eritrean unity.

    What they have done is an attempt to strike with their axes at the root of the tree of our unity. No community can be expected to sacrifice its identity and unity out of mistaken tolerance. They must be avoided by all means necessary. If dictatorship is the only way to keep them away from Eritrea, let it be.

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  16. Barnabas Araya YohannesMarch 27, 2014 at 11:00 AM

    There are also those who claim "I am alone...I don't belong to any political group...etc. etc."

    If you are alone, don't expect to make any difference. You are just one person. You don't count and you don't exist. If you want to make a real difference, you have to organize. Unless and until you are organized, there will always be dictatorship. That's the reality, my friends.

    Wake up and smell the coffee. Get a grip of yourself and face the reality. You are living in a fantasy world.

    Therefore, if you can't solve it, endure it. If you can't beat them, join them.

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  17. Issayas T.L.N.
    but we dont have that article in our ̈ none implemented constitution̈

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  18. Mr Barnabas,
    If I see a group of morons and I can't stop
    them from being imorons, I am certainly not going to join them.

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  19. Zerai Deres yet Derese?March 27, 2014 at 12:38 PM

    Well said.

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  20. Zerai Deres yet Derese?March 27, 2014 at 12:41 PM

    A lying one! An Ethiopian pretending to be an Eritrean. You are a well known Tigrayan loser. Your nickname is all over Ethiopian websites praising the Ethiopian dictatorship while talking bad about Eritreans. Scum.

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  21. in other words, any body that speaks out agains the Isayas regime is not from Eritrea?

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  22. Wedi Vecaro,zitefeshe negaday!

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  23. Why should I pretend to be Eritrean, if I am not ? Even though I don't like Weyane ( it's because I payed price while we were at war) I don't dislike Ethiopians unlike you "deki arba", you don't like them cause you got much in common with them, and you trying very hard to be against them.

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  24. I disagree with Madote because there are no 4 kinds of opposition groups. There are 30+ weyane's cronies. These cronies are in the pay roll of weyane. So far I didn't see any groups that disassociate themselves from weyane agenda. If you ask one of the cronies why they are against GOE they answer is president Isais doesn't like Pente costal and Johova. He is not from our zoba. These weyane"s cronies do not have vision. They get lost like Cuban opposition group.

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  25. Ok forget about the few cronies, what about the majority that are saying "enough"? Don't you understand we deserve to be ruled by the constitution ? Don't you understand we need to live without fear? Don't you understand we deserve freedom of movement? Why is this so hard for you to understand??

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  26. It is becoming more and more unconvincing to bad mouth people ONLY after they abandon the government. For example the caption of the photo says, "Wedi Vecaro, who was allegedly known for his rampant corruption in Eritrea.."
    If he was not only corrupt but RAMPANT corrupt, why wasn't he held accountable? Why wasn't he jailed? If the government let such a rampant corrupt person go, doesn't that make the government corrupt too?

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  27. I don't understand what majority are you talking about. Please, tell me any group that doesn't have any affiliation with sworn enemy of eritrea. These losers do not have a manifesto. Only they have hate and grudge. The GOE will ratify the constitution at its convenient time. I told you yesterday that our beloved country is at no war no peace situation. Therefore, it is very important to have strict movement to avoid a surprise attack by enemy.

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  28. The only way to avoid a surprise attack is when you make your enemy aware that you are united; not divide. When hundreds young men and women are crossing to the enemy's border how could we avoid a surprise attack?? Do you know how many Eritreans are in Ethiopian camps?? Have you ever asked them why they crosses the border?? Please don't come with an answer " Nigerians, Ghanians .. are also immigrating".
    I love boxing and martial arts. I used to be an amateur boxer for a short period. You know one thing I like about it? The way you study your opponent and you assess his weakness and his strength as well as your weakness and strength. You study them and learn from them then you take advantage of your opponent weakness. This what is called "win beforehand" . This is what exactly Woyane is doing. Why do you think they open all these refuges camps in Tigray? It is not because they like us or felt sorry of us. It is because they studied our weakness. When our government is imposing indefinite national service, restriction of movement, throwing people in prisone without trial, restricting and discouraging citizens from investing in their own country, refusing to implement constitution..... This is the weakness that Woyane is taking advantage of.
    In any fight you should be able to win before. It is also called " win first fight later"

    Have a blessing day.

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  29. "I was born and raised in Sahel, veteran fighter of EPLF"...." it's because I payed price while we were at war" ....so you took part in the 1998 also?

    wwwoooow i really like to know who you are then, i mean you fought for Eri's independent, then fought to protect Eri in 1998 and now dislikes the government? INTERESTING !!! ...

    ...So "born and raised in Sahel, veteran fighter of EPLF" what "price" did you pay as an individual against Weyane? ....

    to call someone "deki arba" for distrusting Weyane is either not know once own past history or someone who under covertly try to propagate the idea of having "much in common with them"!! Snake!!!

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  30. What the hell is this talk about constitution… constitution…
    constitution … constitution … blah ..blah ..blah

    1st a constitution is just a piece of paper with statements writing in a language that is not common to the common man

    2nd this piece of paper is subject to the interpretation and alternates depending on the state of the defence, security, economy, political, social threats… so not a concrete human truth rather a reflection and subject to its setting,

    3rd for the reason stated above and also the fact that it’s written, interpreted and applied by man… makes it at the end of the day ... IRRELEVANT !!!

    4th thus it just a PIECE OF PAPER, as you could see the Americans’ are mean to have one of the best, if not the best constitution on the planet but would you then say and conclude that since world war one the USA has been and is still acting under the guide & framework and limitation of power of the constitution and are American’s been ruled by their constitution?

    So what do you want a system that works for the interest of all the people, as the Eritrean government system demonstrated or one that works for an exclusively selected group?

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  31. Let me refresh your memory my dear ignorant Eritrean brothers and sisters, ...and I meant that with all the love...


    We do not have a perfect leadership, yet Shaebia is the only and the best governing body that can safeguard our sovereignty. Keep in mind, no tribal/sectarian Jebha who in the past tried to auctioned Eritrea to Ethiopia or the so called "opposition groups" like Wedi Vacaro drug-trafficker/millionaire with ties to the Italian mafia will do us any good.


    Remember, no-one in the world cares about the sovereignty of Eritrea and the Ethiopian psyche is to own Eritrea, to subjugate if not exterminate Eritreans. Remember, they have openly said it in the past "we don't want the people, we just want the land" and they have the blessing of the West to do just that.


    They all have one mission, to divide and conquer. If you don't know this by now, then you are disturbingly ignorant and a burden to Eritrea's sovereignty.

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  32. Who lured the hundreds young men and women to cross the border. Guess who? President Obama, "We are partnering with the arch enemy of Eritrea and human traffickers to lure men and women to flee Eritrea in order to subdue the GOE."

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  33. The man fled before he could be apprehended and face the music. Ironically when most of these corrupt individuals actually do get arrested, people claim their political prisoners. When will people stop with the lies.

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  34. Knowing the back-ground of these big bellies (belaeti) and specialy their master-minds, we are aware of it..no one will fell in to their hand..while Us we'll resist against all ods..

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  35. Infact is unbeliveble..it seems rather an architecting of identity..but what un-masks "rora" is her negative will on her old believes

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  36. It's unbelievable if you lived in the west "drinking pepsi" while eritreans were bombed and slaughtered in thousands. I would like to tech you eritrea 101 history. Everything is unbelievable and a dream for you cause you never been part of the history and never will be.

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  37. Well Said: the regime/HGDEF is known for its corruption !

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  38. The ones praising HGDEF blindly and attacking the so-called oppositions are the ones who are no where in understanding the real feeling of Eritrean ppl NOW. Forget the times of struggle or the times of defense

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  39. Have you lost your mind Zemen! Go ahead explain a little more about what do u mean by "that".

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  40. Barnabas Araya YohannesApril 2, 2014 at 3:53 AM

    issayasmoron,
    You have no alternative choice!! You must endure them or join them.

    There is a third option I just remembered; that is, leave them alone.

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  41. The worst kind, who do wrong knowingly

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  42. Rora, I see alteration in you sentence constructs, rora must be a group ...

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  43. I can't stop laughing for this perfect answer.

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  44. You are been fucked up fellow

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