Eritrea: Wars are Decided on Land and not in the Air
Drs. Tsegezab Gebregergis, London, 19, 2014
In response to my article, someone who is ignorant about the nature of war and whether or not it is decided in the air or on land has uttered defeatist views by saying that he does not think Eritrea has any competent pilots or a functioning MIG29 left to speak of to confront the TPLF armed forces. Similarly, another person has also tried in vain to give the false impression that I am writing to defend the Eritrean government, and to promote hatred against the TPLF government and war between Eritrea and Ethiopia. This person is so foolish that he is not even capable of reading what is written on the wall, and does not appear to understand the difference between the oppressed Eritrean people and the PFDJ government, or that I always speak and write for and on behalf of the former and not the latter.
Let me now explain why I say so.
In my article, I have unambiguously stated that ‘War is a Double-Edged Sword’. It has a devastating effect on you if you start it, and it has equally devastating consequences if others start it against you. Accordingly, I have advocated that democrats must stringently oppose war in all its manifestations. However, if war is imposed on you by your lunatic enemies, there is no other alternative except to fight back bravely to defend the dignity and sovereignty of your country and the national honour of your people.
It must be clearly understood by all Eritreans that Eritrea, first and foremost, belongs to the oppressed Eritrean people and not to the PFDJ clique running Eritrea today. Thus, irrespective of what the PFDJ regime does or does not do, if attacked the Eritrean people must defend their country at any cost and teach the aggressors a valuable and unforgettable lesson as they have done in the past. For the alternative to not fighting is surrender. But appeasement and capitulation are not and cannot be options for the heroic and freedom-loving people of Eritrea when the country is invaded.
Let thus the coward, defeatist and collaborationist Eritreans and their Woyane mentors know that whether or not a country possesses capable pilots and MIG fighters, one thing is true: throughout history wars have been decided on land and not in the air. Likewise, those who come out on top are the determined people with a just cause, never the aggressors and expansionists. The Vietnamese and Eritrean people’s struggles against the foreign occupation of their respective lands is the living witness of this plain truth.
Finally, let the TPLF expansionists refresh their memories: Eritrea is a land which has produced determined and heroic freedom fighters who are even capable of capturing Russian- and American-made tanks using simple Kalashnikov rifles and of bringing down jetfighters using machine guns, not even anti-aircraft guns. So the TPLF rulers of Ethiopia are advised to think twice about every move they make against Eritrea and its people.
Let Eritrean independence shine forever!
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