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Eritrea still standing, still tall!


Port of Massawa and old Italian colonial marker (Photo by Andre Vltchek)


Eritrea still standing, still tall!


By Andre Vltchek

Sanctions, psychological warfare, propaganda, funding of its opposition, support for often hostile neighbors – the West has tried everything to break Eritrea. But here it is, undefeated and proud, marching forward.

Some call it the “African Cuba”, or it could also be named the “African Vietnam”, but the truth is that Eritrea is like no other country on Earth, and it is happy to remain as such, unique.

“We do not want to be categorized”, I am told over and over again, and whenever I ask whether Eritrea is a socialist country.

“Look at Amílcar Cabral, from Guinea-Bissau”, I am told by Elias Amare, one of the most accomplished writers and thinkers in Eritrea, who is also a Senior Fellow at the ‘Peace Building Center for The Horn of Africa’ (PCHA). “Cabral always said: ‘Judge us on what we are doing on the ground’. The same can be applied to Eritrea.”

Most of the leaders of Eritrea, most of its thinkers, are either Marxists, or at least their hearts are very close to socialist ideals. But there is very little talk about socialism here, and there are almost no red banners. The Eritrean national flag is at the center of all that is happening, while independence, self-reliance, social justice and unity should be considered as basic pillars of the national ideology.

Incubator for prematurely born babies (Photo by Andre Vltcheck) 

According to Elias Amare:

Eritrea registered success, substantial achievements, in what the United Nations defines as ‘Millennium Development Goals’, in particular ensuring free primary education for all; ensuring women’s emancipation and equality of women in all fields. In healthcare, it achieved a dramatic reduction in infant mortality, as well as the reduction of maternal mortality. In this regard, Eritrea is considered exemplary in Africa; few other countries have attained that much. So, despite all the obstacles that the country faces, the picture is positive.

Eritrea continues on the national independent path. It has a progressive view in building national unity. Eritrea is a multi-ethnic, multi-religious society. It has nine ethnic groups, and two major religions: Christianity and Islam. The two religions co-exist harmoniously, and this is mainly due to the tolerant culture, that the society has built. There is no conflict or animosity between the ethnic groups or religious groups. The government and the people are keen to maintain this national unity.

But is Eritrea really a socialist country? I want to know, I insist. “Go find out for yourself,” I hear repeatedly.

I go. I am allowed to come and see. I am taken to the places that I want to comprehend. I make friends here; determined, educated and well-informed friends.

Pushkin in Asmara - he was partially Eritrean (Photo by Andre Vltchek)

The propaganda pouring out of the West is defining Eritrea as a hermit ‘pariah’ state, closed to the rest of the world, militarized and oppressed.

But after the six years that I have lived and worked in Africa, I quickly managed to realize that the opposite is true.

In Eritrea I see great hope for the country itself and for the continent; I see education, hard work, meticulous planning for a better future, I see a new and sound development model.

There are brand new schools and colleges, rural medical posts, cancer and heart clinics, roads cutting through the mountains followed by electricity poles. There are dams that are used for irrigation - important elements in the ‘food security’ project.

Eritrea is poor, but it is poor with dignity. And it is clear that it is getting better, its social indicators are improving. Literacy is up from 20 percent right after independence in 1991 (only 10 percent for women), to the predicted 80 percent in 2015. Life expectancy, according to Dr. Misray Ghebrehiwet, the Adviser to the Minister of Health, went up from 49 to 63 years, which is very high by African standards. There is a compulsory and free vaccination program, and all Eritreans are enjoying almost free medical care, even medicine.

It soon becomes clear to me that all this is exactly the reason why Eritrea is sidelined, demonized and even feared by the West: it is actually doing “too much” for its people, and too little or nothing for the multi-national corporations and for the Empire.

It refuses to accept ‘help’, and it rejects loans. What it wants is respect, cooperation and equal treatment. It wants investment, even in the strategic mining sector, but only if the state retains controlling shares over at least 40 to 50 percent of the mining production.

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When at the end of my stay, the “ERI-TV” interviewed me, I pointed out that Eritrea is to the West like a dangerous virus, ‘an ideological, anti-imperialist Ebola’.

And it is easy to see why:

This entire part of Africa is now under the absolute and brutal control of the West: Somalia and Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), as well as South Sudan.

It is mainly because this is one of the richest parts of the world, in terms of its raw materials - one of the richest and therefore, one of the most devastated. In just the two last decades Western countries, and their multi-national companies, mostly though their proxies (client-states like Rwanda, Uganda and Kenya) have managed to murder around 10 million human beings. And in terms of the standard of living, the people in this part of Africa are patently the poorest on Earth.

Near Ethiopean border - dramatic landscape where people and fighters used to hide (Photo by Andre Vltchek)

Then comes Eritrea, which fought for decades for its independence, and then demands that its resources should be used to feed, heal, educate and house its own people. It also insists that the entire Horn of Africa should enjoy freedom and self-determination.

‘Dangerous’, isn’t it?

What if the people in neighboring Ethiopia, Somalia, or DRC, begin paying attention and demanding a similar type of a society and government?

What if they demand a social net? What if they insist that, like in Eritrea, cabinet members just walk down the streets, without any guards.

Dr. Mohamed Hassan, a former Ethiopian diplomat in Washington, Beijing and Brussels, as well as an MP representing the militant Belgian Labor Party, explained to me, during our meeting in Asmara:

Eritrea is not a neo-colonial state. Eritrea is an independent state. Eritrea does not host any military bases, any external forces. Eritrea has the vision, and not only for Eritrea, but also for the region. It is also promoting self-reliance and regional integration. It is also built on the ideal: ‘let us use our own resources, and let us build our independence. It means elevating the life of Eritrean people, particularly those in the rural areas. This approach was considered in the West, as Chomsky said, as ‘a rotten apple’.

I ask him: Is it the main thing that the West is afraid of? Is it a ‘domino effect’ that the West fears?

He replies readily:

Of course! Africa has some 50 percent of the world’s natural resources… Then consider this: the leadership of this country – they don’t steal. They are living a normal life, that of normal people. No leadership in any other country in Africa lives like ours here. You go next door – the Prime Minister of Ethiopia who just died, left his family some 8 billion dollars.

That is, of course, dangerous as well. Corruption is one of the tools used by foreign powers in enslaving the countries. Corrupt leaders are easy to manipulate, and as a rule, they do very little for their own people, and everything for their families and for the Empire.


Massawa still destroyed by war (Photo by Andre Vltchek)Massawa still destroyed by war (Photo by Andre Vltchek)

Elias Amare confirms:

Big powers do not want the Eritrean example to be replicated in Africa. I say again, Africa has huge natural resources. Big powers are now trying to grab these resources. What will happen if other governments in Africa were to try to follow Eritrea’s example? It would definitely not be beneficial to them.

For lack of a more realistic argument, Western powers are accusing Eritrea of “supporting terrorism,” particularly Somali ‘al-Shabaab’, which is also allegedly operating in Kenya. But Eritrea has no air force capable of transporting weapons, and between its ports and Somalia sits one of the most advanced surveillance systems on earth – that in Djibouti, a country which is hosting US and French military bases.

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As a result of its policies, Eritrea is experiencing relentless ideological and propaganda attacks from abroad; it is clearly on the “hit list” compiled in the West, on the same list on which countries like Iraq, Libya and Syria were and are.

The West is using its toxic propaganda to the maximum, in order to smear the country, to confuse its people, and to force the most educated ones into exile by twisting data and painting the country as hell on Earth. The US even issues, periodically, visas to those Eritreans who are not in possession of a passport.

It is also systematically boosting, financing and manufacturing ‘the opposition’ here, as it does all over the world in the countries it considers to be “hostile.”

Aside of the usual political and propaganda tools, the West has even been implanting in Eritrea, extreme right-wing Pentecostal religious movements.

Periodically, huge campaigns from the BBC or Al-Jazeera get pointed, directly, at Asmara, trying to trigger rebellion: the President, a revered former freedom fighter, is ‘constantly dying’, and ‘the government is regularly overthrown’.

False news is spread, shamelessly and regularly.

Milena Bereket told me that at the height of the “coup that never was” (January 2012), “African Strategies”, her political think-tank based in Asmara, had to serve as a defying force that helped Eritrean patriots around the world counter the barrage of disinformation spread by the so-called “experts”.

That was the time when the Western news channels and Al-Jazeera were reporting on the ‘rebellion’ in the capital city.

My local cameraman Mr. Azmera, summarized the event:

As the ‘coup’ was taking place, I was just leaving the Presidential compound, after working there for some time. I walked out, ate lunch… Then at 4PM I was called and told: ‘Al-Jazeera is reporting that there was a coup in Asmara!’ I just ignored them, and walked home.

The attacks against Eritrea are unabashed, but praise is rare.

You can find out how much we have achieved, if you read specialized UN reports,” explains Dr. Misray Ghebrehiwet. “But the mass media never quotes these reports and so the general public abroad mostly gets fabrications and negative propaganda about our country.

Tanks that sacrificed themselves during the battle for Massawa (Photo by Andre Vltchek) 

My local cameraman Mr. Azmera, summarized the event:

“As the ‘coup’ was taking place, I was just leaving the Presidential compound, after working there for some time. I walked out, ate lunch… Then at 4PM I was called and told: ‘Al-Jazeera is reporting that there was a coup in Asmara!’ I just ignored them, and walked home.”

The attacks against Eritrea are unabashed, but praise is rare.

“You can find out how much we have achieved, if you read specialized UN reports,” explains Dr. Misray Ghebrehiwet. “But the mass media never quotes these reports and so the general public abroad mostly gets fabrications and negative propaganda about our country.”

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Eritrea works extremely hard to build its own country, as well as a sound alternative development model for the rest of Africa.

It is one of the countries that are facing, with courage and dignity, the most powerful adversary on earth.

Although Eritrea is used to great tests, it deserves support from much bigger countries that are presently facing similar challenges. It is because Eritrean people are not struggling only for themselves, but for all of us, who are unwilling to surrender to imperialism!


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74 comments:

  1. Mastery of self is the only mastery that matters. We are aware of our true road...to built our Beloved-Eritrea from scratch without any handouts, there will be nothing to stand in our way. Life has challenged us, but we're prepared to make the best of the future. We stay true to our desires and now we reach the destination we seek... Self-reliant Eritrea. We continue to believe in ourselves. The odds may be against us but we have the power to beat them. Against all odds the courage to fight on and accept challenges will lead us to a bright future.

    Perseverance against all opposition crushing all limitations. Pure strength through solitude discipline and determination.
    Long Live The People/Shaebia/Eritrea!!!... Awet N'hafash!! Zelalemawi Z'kri N's'wuatna!!!

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  2. Nezi ktgEta do trhxa! It is too corny... It sounds the same monologue that we here from the pfdj low IQ cadre day in day out! There is nothing for any African country to envy and replicate from the hermit pariah and dirt poor Eritrea, a country which shoot and kill its citizen in wanton. When a white man speaks of lepers, those who suffer of inferiority complex celebrate gleefully as if the Gods and Goddesses are speaking!

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  3. Even though I wasn't born in Eritrea, I Love the country and I'm living with pride. I will never apologize for not being born in Eritrea but thankful both parents blessed and lucky. Damn bro i should write a book hehe : -)

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  4. Ala Agame, If one has not awakened to self-reliance, chances are his/her life is not his own. self-reliance is like a myth to u ugumeshhh...


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  5. *blessed me. Don't eat while typing/focusing lol

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  6. U should bro.hahaha...

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  7. Sanctions, psychological warfare, propaganda, funding of its opposition, support for often hostile neighbors – the West has tried everything to break Eritrea. But here it is, undefeated and proud, marching forward."

    We told them "come and see us" and they came and what did they found in Eritrea, ? They came they found Eritrea standing, tall, proud and marching the Promised Land. Period, no ifs and buts!

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  8. I simply say Eritrea is the light in the dark.

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  9. Thanks, you said it all," We are aware of our true road...to built our Beloved-Eritrea from scratch without any handouts, there will be nothing to stand in our way".

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  10. Eritrea is poor, with proud history and bright future .
    what about you?

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  11. Selamat Lingo, I just wanna wish you a very berry merry Xmas and I wish I could have treated you and your family with a torta from Asmara sweet, Dolce Vita, Moderna, BBRISS, KitKat, FHira, or even mai chHot happy pub and Panatone as is customary in our Eritrea; but most of all an evening at bar jima, bar slas, africa hotel domeny pizza near enda forno or even mellotti, bar mai tekla, mai welahku, setanta otto, harambe africa, fre selam down to enda finjal- maiklice; will take a turn at bar Lilly enda monopol, bar mai jah jah looking at puahkin we are at abeba restaurant at an angle with dikuan menghis, we turn the corner bar aman, Khartoum hotel, Red sea, bar senait, leaving bowling and ghenet hotel we turn inward to the heart of Babylon-bar asmeret, shigey; hold on I gotta grab my shhhh at grocery Enda zerAi, Zara is looking... we make our wat back back to sunshine; for old times sake hade...hade...at bar Navy! Sunshine again...dinner at Roof Garden...NICE..down we go to dembe lemlem and cross to zilli...the song bird...we full but sure blue bird has a tasty meal. Zara is for the hip cheers once again for ol' times sake! Roma is looking good but tiravollo is calling,,,,bar jena, toskano, de osta and tequila even aya kulu and bar akele it's all night long enda ayele,,,,ala ascala for protocol,,,harhare nice for pizza but bar hana haile-hanakit! Expo hotel champion deseit hanish n'men k'kewn? Bar gejeret, enda TysTee, we heading to K'TSree EXPO...yoska,molober, beniffer, bologna, faggie, shamrock and hdmona yoel, in the west..end!
    Asmara palace, aibai sembel at aguadu....hakoseA, crispy, bar hwunet.....

    Anyways....I propose MADOTE SHOULD ORGANIZE YEARLY RETREATS TO ERITREA AND YOU WILL SPOT ME WITH MY MADOTE.COM T-SHIRT.

    All the best for you and yours my brother! I would have wished our neighbor to the aouth the same but "do they know Christmas in Ethiopia?"

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  12. "Eritrea is poor, but with dignity" we acknowledge that but we love our country....while the white man is jus talking about what he exibited...It is not lost to us that our mother is still standing tall despite your type working day and night to erode Eritreanism...you would never succeed ....It is in our blood it is the air we breath it is us the people ....and we didn't need a white man's support to get it but with blood and sweat and dear life...we are proud because the generation before us made it happen and passing Eritrea to the new generation they made sure to let all the hyinas around us know that Eritrea is not for sale!....we are proud because it is our culture...we don't have any complex...I know how you people jump up and down and zeraf zeraf! Is it not pride? Sooo don't come here and spill your brain ..you just expose yourself...we know what your complex is... it is not rocket science...my advice, moooove on!

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  13. berhane ghebremeskelDecember 25, 2014 at 3:40 AM

    Yemane Johar
    እንታይ ኣእተወካ ኣብዘይትፈልጦ
    ዘይግራትካ ዘይናትካ ቅሚጦ
    ቦታ ደቢት ኣይኮነን ቦታ ምድንጋር
    መሬት ሃገር ዝሸይጥ ብድኽነት ምንባር

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  14. Selamat brother *forto-sawa*...hahaha u reminded me the song of Andite-(Tenafaki Arkey). love that song. thanks man. Merry-Christmas! *MADOTE* SHOULD do that. maybe in New-year or our L'det. hahahaha :) Merry-Christmas!....

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lK7XORmOi74


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBkEKh3fEv8

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  15. abey ya aleka zebeliwos abiziy aleku bele belu. why they came to you? they have more than enough beggars in their country came from Eritrea.

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  16. fort sawa,
    My I invite my self? Sounds Awesome.
    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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  17. Stop "Asmarino"! Here you are taking back in time to Asmara. On Christmas Day, out of no where, here is you to have done a good job in taking me "back in time" to Asmara. I will take it as "Christmas Gift" from you, thanks.


    MARRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR to you and Eritreans all over the world,

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  18. Merry X-mas and Happy New Year to you and yours too, bro B. Adal!!

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  19. Merry X-mas and Happy New Year to you and yours too, thx brother!!

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  20. Actually when they come here barking like a mad dog; I like it. Their barking is the barometer we use to measure their hopelessness. As Eritrea shines for all to see, here are the HASUS barking from their lonely cage. Just enjoy the show!

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  21. No matter what differrence we have but let only thing for one eritrea.i like you alec you wisely said it.we should not have to be fool lets do our part well if every body do that then"WELL ERITREA"
    we all know that there is problem but lets be the seed solution for this problem.the least that we can do is to think postive about eritrea and the most that we can do is to participate but to the right .we have to share ideas we have to communicate lets create the same interest.BROTHERS do you really think that europe is richer in natural resource than we do?NEVER

    WE as citizens we have to do alot to see eritrea developed but also free of dependancy.eritrea by eritreans SAY OK

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  22. Alec you, you are the devil!

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  23. The self reliant Eritrea will prevail.

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  24. They also have a proud history, though in Begging.

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  25. Alec incarnation of the devilDecember 25, 2014 at 3:52 PM

    Alec you, the devil incarnation.

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  26. thank you for the video kid. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

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  27. YJ,

    This is a story of people that wittingly become donkeys and are living in self deception.
    How in earth for a person whith a healthy mind could believe a single sentence of this article about a country being ruled by a mafia regime.

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  28. Yes Noah,

    Eritrea is poor, with proud history but its future will only bright if all Eritreans stand as one man to an end for the present darkness.

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  29. Yes Noah,
    Eritrea is poor, with proud history but its future will only be bright if all Eritreans stand as one man to an end for the present darkness.

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  30. First of, great job on changing your big head ass profile pic. You did well in hiding that malnutritioned refugee camp look of Eritrean kids.
    When a country of 5 or 6 million is the number one refugee producer in Africa, to the extend that they flee to an enemy country (particularly to Agame land) through mine fields, it says a lot about the heavenly and like no other country.

    About a year ago I read one woman of yours with three infants drowned in Mediterranean. Very bad of her to take the kids from (self-sufficient) paradise Eritrea where there is plenty of food and everything to Libya. She should have read this article.

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  31. Look at the mirror and say it again LOL

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  32. Devil is you, who cry river when you see smily faces LOL


    Merry Christmas deki erey shikorat

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  33. አብዚ፡ዘለናዮ፡እዋን፡ናይ…ግሎባላይዜሽን…ዘመን፡አለም፡ብአፅብእቲ፡ዝቁፀሩ፡ሰባት፡ተቆፃፂሮሞለው።
    ባንክ፡ኮንፓቲታት፡ናይ፡አለም፡ናይ፡ተፈጥሮ፡ማእድናት፡……ብቁሩብ፡ሰባት፡ተቆፃፂሮሞለው።
    ካብዚም፡ውሽጢ፡ናይ።አለም…ፕሬስ…ብቁሩባት፡ሰባት፡ኢዩ፡ዝውነን፡እዚኦም፡ሰባት፡ናይ፡አብላእሊ፡ዝገለፅክዋም፡ጥቅሚ፡የክብሩሎም፡አለው።
    አብአለም፡ብዛእባ፡ናይ፡ፕሬስ፡ነፃነት፡ክንዛረብ፡ኮለና፡ብጣእሚ፡ዘስሕቅ፡ኢዩ።
    ሐደ፡ጋዜጠኛ፡ናፃ፡ኮይኑ፡ክሰርህ፡እንተደሊዮ፡ብኢኮኖሚ፡ምክኒያት፡ክቅፅል፡አይክእልን፡ኢዮ፡መብዛትሆም፡ናፃ፡ኢና፡ኢሎም፡ዝስርሑ፡እሳቶምም፡ናይ፡አብላእሊ፡ዝገለፅክዋም፡ናአአቶም፡ዝስልሉ፡ኢዮም።
    ……ዝኮነ፡ኮይኑM.R ANDERE VITCHEK……ኮበይ፡ኮይንካ፡ካበይ።ሐቂ፡ስለተዘራብካ፡የቀንየልና።
    ከምትፈልጦ፡ጎይታና፡እግዚአብሔር(አላሕ)፡ይባርካ !!!

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  34. Theft pride is synonymous to woyane LOL

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  35. ahhhh---what about this Hypocrits?
    Thirteen Children Gunned Down Escaping from Eritrea: the Corps Thrown Away

    Awate.com
    23 December 2014
    On December 22, awate.com’s Gedab News reported that “13 children who were escaping from Eritrea were gunned down and thrown in ditches somewhere between Ghindae, Eritrea, and Port Sudan, Sudan.” We now have information that the party responsible for their murder was the Eritrean government and the place where the crime occurred is near Karora, in northernmost Eritrea bordering Sudan
    Source; Africa Express

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  36. Dr Misruy should read as : Dr Mismu(a)y..

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  37. Thanks Asmarino!! That was owe some!!! However, you have forgotten AbaShawey, edagaarbi, Akriya, edagahamus.

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  38. Specially abashawel edagaarbi GezaTanika!! Most ugumush were there.

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  39. Bella Alec bro..was some days delay i wasn+t logged due to travel..i like your new ikon as black lion..

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  40. Ur wlc. glad u like it.

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  41. The year 2014, what a year it was! The year 2014 was a year to remember. It was a year when Eritrea shined brighter for all to see. It was the year when Eritrea marched forward politically, diplomatically, and economically. It was a year when Eritrea marched to the “Promised Land” unshaken and unperturbed by the barking of the “toothless dogs”. It was a year when every conceivable toothless dog went to their lonely cage to hibernate in despair, Thanks to you, Eritreans all over the world, for being there when your country and people needed you.

    Deki Ere, yes you were there defending your country politically and diplomatically. You were there helping your people financially, You wee there promoting the beauty of your country. You were there on the Eritrean festivals making Eritrea proud. You were there at Bologna Festival, at Sawa Youth Festival, and the festivals in Sweden, Germany, North Americas, Australia, Middle East, etc etc. You were there in the seminars to arm your selves with knowledge to defending Eritrea in more ways than one. You were there to learn the truth; nothing but the truth. Through the snow and blizzard, through the summer heat and sweat, through rain and storm; in all the places, from Europe, the Americas, the Middle East, Africa, and Australia you gathered; you said “ሎሚ ከም ትማሊ...ኣሎና ኣብ መትክልና....ብድሆ!"

    As a result what you have done; the Eritreans enemies are reduced to a “toothless barking dogs“. As a result of what you have done, here are the “mercenaries for hire” to have packed and headed to hide in their lonely cage. As a result of what you have done; here are diplomats heading to Eritrea to see what Eritrea is all about. Yes we told them “come and see us”. Yes the came and what they found was a peaceful country and people marching to the Promised Land, the land of the Eritrean martyrs. What they found was a country busy at work building a nation brick by brick. What they found was a “civilized” society who believes in peaceful coexistence. Last but not least, what they found was a society ready to pay the price to defend their homeland; period! What they will find is country ready to pay the ultimate price to up hold the ሕድሪ ሰማእታት.

    Stay on course, for we have a lot to do before we reached the Promised Land-the land of “equality, fraternity, liberty, social justice, and prosperity”. Let them know Eritrea is only to march to the Promised Land with no if or buts in the year 2015. Do not forget, the “Promised Land” is just around the corner,

    Deki Halal Meriet, Christians and Moslems, Happy Holidays and Happy New Year to you all! May God/Allah, the Almighty be with you; Amen/Enshalah!

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  42. You really are ignorant! Many of the so called Eritreans who are claiming asylum are actually Ethiopians!!! About 50% of those who perished in the sea are Ethiopians claiming to be Eritreans. Denial is your nature!!!

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  43. Thank you for a thoughtful and articulate presentation of the case that the #Eritrea experience is truly unique. The country and people are to be highly commended for their courage in standing up to hegemonic forces and those who would exploit resources. It is this courage and long-term perspective that will insure a great future for Eritrea.

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  44. Sam,
    Self puffing with lies, denial and romanticizing crimes with moralistic language has deep roots in the culture of EPLF/PFDJ.

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  45. Thanks bro. glad ur back.

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  46. Oh no pls pls.... don't!! ur hurting ma feeling, NOt!!! hahahaaha.... wodzom qomalat....

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  47. I know how u look into a mirror and hate wat u see. Sorry...wat can i say, i don't how u feel. :)

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  48. That is the truth, nothing but the truth. Truth is hot and if you cannot handle the heat then stay away from the Eritrean stove of truth.


    No ifs and no buts, Eritrea is marching to the promised land; while the toothless dogs like you are left barking in the streets of West.


    By the way, stay in the hood to witness Eritrea shining brighter for all to see. Please stay in hood to see more, to hear more, and to read more about the bigger than life SHAEBIA and what they are doing to build Eritrea brick by brick,

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  49. I know the answer for my question, it is very personal and shameful reason.

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  50. I should have know as to why. As you put it, 'it is very personal and shameful reason"


    The million dollar question, how it possible for you to sit down for a coffee (literally) with the Deki Mai Telamit, with same evil that conspired to destroy your home, the ADI ABEITO", just yesterday.


    For "very personal and shameful reason"? Please I know you could do better than that,
    .

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  51. What drives you, I should have know as to why. As you put it, your words, 'it is very personal and shameful reason"

    The million dollar question, how it possible for you to sit down for a coffee (literally) with the Deki Mai Telamit, with same evil that conspired to destroy your home, the ADI ABEITO", just yesterday.

    For "very personal and shameful reason"? That is what makes jump of the cliff to the land of Desperados"? Please I know you could do better than that,

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  52. Awate.com
    23 December 2014
    On December 22, awate.com’s Gedab News reported that “13 children who were escaping from Eritrea were gunned down and thrown in ditches somewhere between Ghindae, Eritrea, and Port Sudan, Sudan.” We now have information that the party responsible for their murder was the Eritrean government and the place where the crime occurred is near Karora, in northernmost Eritrea bordering Sudan
    Source; Africa Express

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  53. Dmam manhow caome one this dumb!

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  54. It is not that I don't know it bro, I just thought I could help by telling that solving a problem starts with recognizing it and identifying the cause. It is just mystery to me how they can't see it. When they describe their country I feel like I'm hearing about Netherlands, Qatar, Singapore or another advanced country. However, they are living in a land where they sell and slaughter each other for money. that is damned stone age act... not a manifestation of civilized society.

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  55. I am not trying to hurt you. You have already been hurt so much by centuries of slavery and envy with what you see in the south.

    It is the numbers and stats that I mentioned. don't be mad!! Yes, I am poor and komal on wested standards but still can afford to doggy Eri bitch every weekend. Faggot!

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  56. those who are on power in Eritrea are endangering and ridiculing Eritreas soveironity,and no one else.Eritreans are neglected a visa to visit their families and country...where is the Hawelti of Tegadalay and Tegadalit?

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  57. Please, if you are to lie, could you at least try, and try, and try to make it a "lie which has a shelf-life of 24 hours." You are embarrassing the very HASUS you are trying misinform and mislead. Come on, you could do better. We know a lie is lie,,,,,is lie, no matter what. But try to give it a shelf-life of a week. (I mean it, I am not being sarcastic here)


    It sad, people like you do not need enemies for you are your worst enemy!

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  58. Adiabaito abbay enemy ika.so hidrom me and many more deqi hager natka mezmir aynizimirn ena.And you call that deception. but we do not know you standard.

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  59. Berhane dreaming of Tour de France start
    By: Sadhbh O'Shea Published: December 27, 2014, 12:45 GMT, Updated: December 27, 2014, 12:45 GMThttp://www.cyclingnews.com/news/berhane-dreaming-of-tour-de-france-start

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  60. Hahahahahahahahahahaha........

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  61. In Eritrea we have just one Wedi Mai Telamit, DIA, and few loyalists like you that are causing misery on their own people driven by sub national reasons. DIA is Wedi May Telamit because he is the one who in 1981 gave Bademe to Weyane and he is the one who ordered to retook it after 17 years shedding the blood of tenth of thousands of innocent Eritreans in both times.

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  62. ayda,

    ሓንጎልኪት ብትሕቲ ሃገራዊ ንቕሓት ማሲኑ ስለዘሎ እታ ትፈልጥያ መዝሙር ናይ ጸይቀ ግኑን ዲያፕሎስ ኤሰያስ ጥራይ ኢኺ ትፈልጢ ግና እቲ ዲያፕሎስ ብህዝቢ ርእሱ ምስ ተቖርጸ ናይ ፍትሒ መዝሙር ክትማሃሪ ኢኺ።

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  63. Here we go again! You are doing it again. That is why we say, if the Desperados like you are to lie, they should try to give it a 24 hours shelf-life.


    What drives you, you wrote and I quote you, is "for very personal and shameful reason". That is what you said. If this is what drives you, then which of the HASUS do you think will take you seriously? Please, please do not do this to your self. Above all the HASUS you are expecting to follow you are hiding in their fox with shame. Please do not do this to year self. For the sake of AdI Abeito, please do not tell us how stupid and ignorant you are,


    To be honest, I a glad see you disgrace your self. Bu I am not quite sure if I am to be mad or happy at your stupidity,

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  64. For the sake of AdI Abeito, please do not tell us how stupid and ignorant you are,
    Ignorant is the one who doesn't know that Adi-Abeito is one of the hundreds of prisons of the mafia regime, and it is the same prison where 24 young Eritreans were gunned by the gangsters of DIA.

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  65. Hidrom, you are a typical Isyasist because you are here lying by falsification my comments " I told you that you are supporting the tyrant regime because you are driven by personal and shameful reasons"

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  66. Again the same lie we have been subjected to. We been there, we heard it over and over the same lie. Could you come up with some thing new and some thing fresh from EDGA ENUDAT, for a change. Try to fabricate new lie and give it a 24 hours of shelf life.

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  67. if everything that is going on wrong be it politically,militarly,financially in Eritrea and the exoduse from Eritrea,is to blame Weyane then Weyane deserves credit for having achieved victory without firing a single bullet,ones enemy is another mans hero.and bear in mind Weyane is administering a house of 90 million the rest is yours...meninet Eritrawian yikintet alo bi HIGDEF MEDEF TELAMI HIDRI.

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  68. Due to your personal and shameful reasons you consider, the massacres of Adi Abeito and maihabar, presence of tenth of thousands of prisoners is a lie.

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  69. Here we go again. "Massacres of Adi Abeito, Maihabar, the presence of tenth of thousands of prisoners"? After you told these and more lies over and over again, here is the lie engraved in your brain still talking about it with no shame or qualm. Please it time to wash your brain and start all over again.


    By the way, have you sat done and read the contents of head line article? Please do. That is the truth written about SHAEBIA by independent individual.


    Please, you are becoming the laughing stoke of the mature Eritreans and you are also embarrassing the few HASUS you have misled thus far.


    If you are to lie, make it fresh and hope it will have a shelf life of 24 hour.

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  70. Adi-Abeito why you heid like a rat? show your self if you are a man! do not fly like mosqito. Lion of nakfa kan not kneel for your bullshit propaganda. PR. ISAYAS he is hero and will continue like that. your master weyane have gone by one way tikket. kondafat agame can not sleep b/c they are an iggnorant ppl.

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