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Eric Gardener and Eritrea: victims of Illegal chokehold in New York


Muriel in Asmara depicting the challenges Eritrea has faced in its modern history. The camel represents Eritrea overcoming these challenges (Image credit: DJ Adulis 'Chedo' Mokanan)


Eric Gardener and Eritrea: victims of Illegal chokehold in New York


By Haile Abraham

As it was witnessed all over world on a YouTube video clip, Eric Gardner, unarmed black man, was attacked in a broad daylight by a group of NYPD cops and was brought down to his death by an illegal chokehold just like a pack of hyenas would bring a big prey down for their dinner feast. The only difference is that, unlike the pack of hyenas in the jungle, the NYPD cops' attack was motivated by racism and hatred towards another human fellow, even as he pleaded repeatedly, "I can't breathe."

In a match more stark resemblance, five years earlier in New York, a pack of UNSC delegates led by a ring-leader named Susan Rice, also jumped all over Eritrea and imposed an illegal economic chokehold in an attempt to bring the young nation down to its knees. Unlike Eric Gardner, however, Eritrea managed to breathe and also managed to stand tall despite the continuous economic chokehold.

In Eric Gardner's case, it is unfortunate that his life had to be sacrificed in order to expose the ugly face of injustice and the underlying racism in America today, but his death will unquestionably change the prevailing attitude of the much-antiquated American justice system. By the same token, it is also unfortunate that Eritrea had to pay a heavy price to challenge and expose the UN-US evil agenda of injustice and illegal treatment of poor nations.

Unlike Eric Gardner, Eritrea is still struggling to free itself from the illegal economic chokehold and the continuous witch-hunt by the UN and its cohorts. Like President Issayas Afwerki once mentioned, "There is no mischief on earth they haven't tried" to bring Eritrea down to its knees. But against all odds, Eritrea's good intentions are now prevailing against the US-UN's evil intentions.

So as we are about to embrace another new year with a toast of whatever drink, let's all make a wish that will hopefully shape the world we live in. Let's hope that:

  1. Eric Gardener's life is not wasted in vain and that his death will galvanize a change in the American justice system
  2. The UNSC regains its sanity and lifts its illegal economic chokehold on Eritrea so it can breathe normally just like any other nation on earth
  3. The Woyane regime stops its evil conspiracies and vacates Eritrea's sovereign territories peacefully so that normalization can start between the two peoples and in the Horn of Africa.


Happy New Year!!!


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2 comments:

  1. Well well well that is very true and thanks brother Haile Abraham for the wonderfu article well thought and well researched brief and sweet about the history of victimization of the great land called Eritrea and the poor Eric Gardner. There is milions of untold story about poor blacks and others, including numerous of nations who are the victims of the west, let's hope one day the victimizer will acknowledge , repent and compensate the victims of our planet like Eritrea, Cuba, Syria, Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, Somalia, the Congos, and etcetera. I like to mention about the primitive pimp weyanes, Ethiopia is not far from being a victim, the only group who benefit from the left over of the west are the weyane's and their thugs. I hope one day Ethiopians will stand by the side of Eritreans, and fight against the injustice is happening for hundreds of years on both people including their neighbouring countries and beyond. As for Eric Gardeners death will never go in vain for he is the start of the foundation of poor people's fight against marginalization, inequality, and injustice of the oppressed black people on earth by following the example of the founding fathers of civil rights fighters like Dr. Martine luther king, and Mahtema Ghandy achieving it through none violence just by civil disobedience and other methods of struggle.

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  2. ETHIOPIANS STANDING BY ERITREANS...IS FUNNY. A SINGLE INCIDENT THAT HAPPENED BECAUSE SOMEONE RESISTED ARREST CAN NOT COMPARE WITH ERITREAS STAUS.AS TO THE BEGGING WHO IS BETTER KNOWN FOR IT,DO YOU KNOW A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY.AT LAST YOU COMPARE ERITREAS CASE TO THE GREATER CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT...IS ALL FUNNY...EMPTY.

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