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Ethiopia Signed The Declaration of Principles Out of Fear of Egypt Support for Eritrea: Former TPLF Official

Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi (L), Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn shake hands during a meeting in the Sudanese capital Khartoum on March 23. AFP

By Prof. Al Mariam

According to Ermias Legesse, a former deputy communications minister under the notorious Bereket Simon, currently in exile, the reasons for the T-TPLF to sign the “Declaration” have little to do with building trust, cooperation, etc., but quintessentially with regime survival. It has to do with keeping the T-TPLF in power for as long as possible. It has to do with enriching the T-TPLF’s business empire, the Endowment Fund for Rehabilitation of Tigray (EFFORT).

Ermias argues the T-TPLF signed the “Declaration” to appease Egypt into not supporting armed regime opponents in Ethiopia and cutoff financial support to Eritrea, fend off pressure from the international donors and loaners, and ultimately to use the “Declaration” as a beggar’s bowl to snag more aid and loans. Ermias suggests the T-TPLF is so cash-strapped that the GERD is probably in the hole by over USD$3 billion. The T-TPLF has no money for the numerous projects it has mindlessly launched. Most importantly, the T-TPLF has very little foreign exchange reserves. (According to the IMF, the T-TPLF, as of June 2014, does not even “have foreign exchange reserves [equivalent] to 3 months of imports.”)

Ermias makes a compelling argument that the GERD is essentially a project launched to benefit the T-TPLF, EFFORT and their supporters. There is no question that the GERD boondoggle from the beginning has been a windfall, Manna-from-the sky for the T-TPLF and its business arm EFFORT. The suppliers of building materials – cement, steel, lumber – are directly or indirectly connected to EFFORT, as are transportation and logistical service providers. The GERD could be the biggest payday for EFFORT if it ever came online. But the GERD is in deep financial distress now. It’s best for EFFORT to take their money and run!
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73 comments:

  1. It is futile Madote. It is futile to death. Poor you guys there is not anymore troubled water for you to fish in. Wish you good luck in your isolated tiny state.

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  2. The most important thing, they signed peacefully and respectful agreement. It is highly civilized and avoid any war including for future generation unlike Issais who bet war drum day and night while the country is sinking deep down. Ethiopian leadership is diplomatically and military is successful above all respect the right of the minorities. It is clear there are people who lost their greedy needs and domination and crying hard as if their grandfathers were doing the biggest job. TPLF is dealing with those mess. But still TPLF can allow them to back home if they respect the law of the country. Ethiopia will have its fifth election in 24 years. Eritrea even have no parliament at all about 17 years now.Never had election for 24 years. People are in shipping containers prisons, no one face justice. Eritrea has the worst dictatorial regime on earth. Prime minister Meles's funeral was a living memory for us. Never seen in African history at all let alone in Ethiopia. Ethiopia needs to resolve the boundary issue with Eritrea no matter how crazy leader is Eritrea. it is neither Ethiopia nor Eritrean people choice to have dictatorial regime in eritrea but that is unfortunate incidence. Issais has no choice he will continue till he die. There is no where he can go. Libya was his right hand now left with no choice. we need to focus on future relationship as people and work for positive development and ignore issais. Eritrea has no basic electricity, water, food items and yet his demolishing poor people houses. he is busy the last 2 months demolishing houses to divert the attention of the people. it is a matter of time, we eritreans are happy Egypt
    and Ethiopia and Sudan resolve major differences. No need further propaganda from the old regime left over. peace is important. I like this news focused on the positive development and I expect them to write further from the reality on the ground.

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  3. Why do u shoot the messenger? Madote hos nothing to do with the info given, if u have the courage ask the author or the agame officer who left the tplfs sinking boat after he looted enough poor Ethiopians cash.

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  4. The article was written by ethiopians and about ethiopia.read my below post.

    the funny thing is u mentioned the mele's funeral .
    Everything could hve been believable if you spare the beggars and homeless ኣስለቃሽ from commenting.
    "እሱን ተማምነን ነው ግዳም የደርነው"

    Hahaha.

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  5. Alula abanega werebelaApril 7, 2015 at 12:45 PM

    You cripple dog, why you get upset with madote? this article is from an Ethiopian
    scholar and it is very credible he exposed the behaviour of the militia sirnay junta
    called weyane. behave mr.rotten-egg. otherwise you will buried alive as Menelik did
    to wubie the chieftain of Endrtta-Tigray.

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  6. Samsom hassawi agame mequanqa we know it from the below points:
    a) Isayas never starts war, as he know more than that you're advocating for (weyani wà ag)
    b) ethiopian minor junta, was assisted by the double faced west power, only because was a good clerk "kedami nay us wala ingliz", in turn they like her until they will throw her, selezi giziawi feqri, (we know perfectly from past history, na a qa haddishuka.
    c) what a rules exist in ethiopia? that benefits only to the minor regime her-self? unfair,
    call me another ethnic who at the moment is content about weani?
    d) in 24 years they have 4 elections..hahaha are you serious? what are elections means? what they stand for? are they necessary to peoples? can anyone eat or drink them? You know, we don't need elections if the type of puppetry you are meaning..To the contrary i will say you..If the majority of politicians of the world was correct with their voters and with them-selves, starting from the weyani they would suicide them-selves as the japanese politicians do when they don't achieve a promise or when caught up in corruption.
    Finally hassawi feger mequanka nay agame weshlaq, pretending to be Eritrean, you prize those who don't have anymore oppositions cause they put them all in jail and demonize the only country who don't beg at lemmani..
    Kemzi kemaqa ab adena leqbat ina neblom, wey sahsah agame..

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  7. What President Isayas say about ethiopians in general and what about the relation could be and based on what agreement, not kemzi deqi may telamit, but on mutual benefit and not distorted from the hassewti jasusat melesha sernay kemzi kemaka..or kemtom leqbatat weyane. Evidenced and documented all to Esat satellite radio journalists.

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  8. Another agame pretending to be eritrean, you're just pethetich

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  9. Just garbage but again I am Rubbish Reader :-)

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  10. The highlanders are the looter for Red sea lowlanders of Eritrea

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  11. emo ayte ali mes ugumesh yehayesh ilkayo? dey neseka reiena ne ugumesh zefetu..ember deqi metahet enteqoynoms ne deqi Halib Mentel yeteyequ, ne deqi Hirgigo, ali ugumesh nebaelekas..ri inalka llona dehan..

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  12. They have to try every means to ferment trouble and strife, this shows how this people are suffering form inferiority complex and ill will against humanity, they cheat, lie and deceive just to survive.

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  13. Oh look, this plebeian rodent brain is trying to dvide and conqoer, hahahahaha....... Go eat sh!t Agame boy. hahahaha...

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  14. LOL....Agame talking about laziness, aren't u the one begging for Aid handouts from ur masters the western countries, While we Eritreans building our country with Our sweat. The irony.....I guess begging and indolence---- means working hard in Agame culture.

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  15. The article's argument is just like beating a dead dog. GERD is a done deal, Egypt and Sudan are on board, the public support is fantastic. according to a recent Saudi gazette report, As far as financing goes, china is going to release 5.5 billion, Italy 1 billion, South Korea 1 billion, Money that was approved to finance Ethiopia's power projects but was on hold due to Egypt's campaign to stop some of the dams. We have seen all kind of negative campaign about Ethiopia's hydro project in the past to the point supporting Egypt to destabilize Ethiopia. As time goes by we have seen all oppositions and negative campaigns come and go. What is clear now is that opposing GERD is not going to make Eritrea and the opposition group achieve any goal to galvanized people to support them and there is no any kind of political support coming to these group by standing against the project. There is a difference to understand the project failing due to financial shortage or profitability. If a project fails because of financial shortage , it is something that can be overcome,if some one is hoping the dam would be stopped because of cash shortage that is just dreaming and cheap politics. If someone comes up with a data to show the project is going to fail because it has cost more than benefits and waits to see the failing of the project that is intelligence. If the project had any kind of problem that indicated the project is going to stop, Egypt could have escalated it and not sign an agreement. I believe in all measures the project is going to be done, the wind is blowing in that direction. If you don't feel which direction the wind is blowing after four years of the project, your sense of judgment is in question and you are naïve.

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  16. Did u just say we Eritreans?....hahaha...Agame da'a ma'as ekum Eritreans z'konkum.....Who are u trying to confuse. Why don't u talk about ur woyane-tigray that tarering Ethiopia ethnicaly and mascaring the ogaden and gambela people.

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  17. Who is we. How many years have you served in the Eritrean armed forces? Diaspora Eritreans are asked relatively little. The least you can do is pay your 2% and be grateful for the Eritrean leadership and its humble and well planned approach to the numerous challenges it faces. Eritrea is facing numerous challenges and our dedicated public servants are facing these challenges one by one in a calm and nuanced way and here you come with your childish nonsense. How old are you really? You are doing Eritreans more harm than you realize. If you really want to help Eritrea, come here and ask what you can do for your country.

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  18. First of all the former TPLF official lives in exile and knows as much as Ali Abdu (remember him lol) does about Eritrea. As a matter of fact, when Ali abdu defected you guys denied it, and even made up a story about him returning safely in Asmara, and thereby embarrassing yourself.

    It kills you to see all the infrastructural
    development in Ethiopia right? It kills you to see the biggest dam being built
    in Ethiopia while Egypt opposes and then reluctantly agrees. It kills you to
    see the building of a 5000 KM railway network crisscrossing the country whereas
    Erifailing Railways is still using the 100 year old steam locomotives given to
    you by Italy. It kills you to see Ethiopian Airlines passing Royal Air Maroc,
    Egypt Air, Kenya Airways and yes South African Airways to become the biggest
    airline in Africa while Erifailing Airlines is struggling to maintain a fleet
    of a handful of leased airplanes and doesn't even have a website. It kills you
    to see Bole International Airport handling more and more passengers and the
    Ethiopian government planning to build a new airport that can accommodate more
    than 70 million passengers a year making Addis the biggest hub in Africa, while
    Asmara international airport is no more than a tiny, regional airport handling
    a few planes a week. It kills you inside seeing Ethiopia expanding economic
    relations with Sudan, Djibouti, Kenya and even Rwanda and Uganda whereas
    Eritrea is not even part of IGAD and is seen as the regional spoiler and has
    bad relations with two of it's three neighbors. Just focus on your little projects in Eritrea and leave the big issues to Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan. Neither of these three countries consulted with Eritrea on Nile related issues, since Eritrea is simply an insignificant country in the region. IGAD, AU, NBI, COMESA etc. all of these organizations have one thing in common. They are not interested in Eritrea's opinion.

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  19. We have good relations with Sudan don't worry. It is our most important neighbor. Djibouti is not relevant and never was and never will be. We are all happy for Ethiopia and we wish you prosper and we recognize your strength and huge potential as our biggest neighbor and support your infrastructure projects if it benefits the region like the grand Ethiopian dam, but we simply want you to recognize that what you agreed to recognize in advance. You know what I'm talking about. Final and binding ato Ephraim, final and binding.

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  20. You still have a slave mentality! If you were to vacate from our land and stop wishing for a sea outlet, we would not even look in your direction let alone talk about you.
    We don't compare our projects with your projects, as our projects are designed to accommodate only 5million People while yours is supposed to be for 120million people. Shame on you to even compare these two.
    As for the Nile issue you mentioned. Your geography is very rusty!! Eritrea is not part of the Nile basin. However, If you have mistaken Red Sea for Nile, then I don't know why Landlocked Ethiopia should be part of it...

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  21. I think there is economic disparity, for sure, between these two countries. Eritrea's economic integration first and for most must be with Ethiopia and Eritrea's economic integration to the regions goes through Ethiopia. This is very simple social and economic facts that exists between these two countries. The leaders in Eritrea consumed by power to the point failing to see where Eritrea's economics and social benefits are in terms regional relation. Relations between countries are formed, changed, and abandoned based on the dynamics of regional and international politics. If a country stays at one policy in the same place all the time, while other countries are changing relations and going forward in their economic development, that country is going backward since others are marching forward, relatively speaking. Ethiopia's economic progress should not be a source of conflict between Ethiopia and Eritrea, because the former's economic growth has nothing to do with Eritrea's chaos. Eritrean should look in than out to see where they are failing, a change with in is a change for good.

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  22. At first, the Eritrean version of your name is spelled Ephrem and not Ephraim.
    As far as all of the things you listed, It is the wish of every Eritrean to see a well developed neighbor thus less beggars. The first thing you may need to achieve is become Food sufficient, improve the health care of your people, improve education service to every citzen in Ethiopia, Create Nationalism first then Nation next etc....
    In other words, learn from Eritrea.

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  23. I don't understand why some Eritreans fail to grasp a reality over and over again. A lot of things that Eritrea has, is over valued and painted very glossy picture. This is one aspect that needs to be changed in Eritreans mind set, because understand and differentiating facts from fictions helps to form a better understanding of the world around us to make use of things that are in our disposal. If a person wants to live in fantasy world, the real world is not the person belongs to.

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  24. Poor guy, so confused it must be the frustration about the 'unresolved' border dispute. You don't know your history askari boy. It was your forefathers that welcomed the Italians with open arms. And it was the Ethiopians that were the only country in Africa to successfully fight off a European colonizer. It seems that you still have that slave mentality going. A sort of stockholm syndrome where the abused (Eritreans) have sympathy for their abuser (fascist Italy) and talk fondly about that era. What a sad slave mentality man.

    Apperently not only your knowledge of history of the colonial creation called Eritrea is lacking, you also don't know the geography of your own askari nation. Eritrea shares the drainage basin of the Setit-Tekeze(Atbara) river with Ethiopia and Sudan and thus is part of the Nile Basin. Surely it's not very much, but still enough to be an observer in the Nile Basin Initiative (by its own choosing mind you). Your projects by the way have trouble accommodating 5 million people that's how insignificant they are. Erifailing Airlines and Erifailing Railways is a good name for these two dead entities. White elephant projects for an isolated country lead by a lunatic leader.

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  25. I am talking about the modern slavery that you are under. You would sell your soul and your people to the biggest bidder in a flash. You betray and back stub your neighbours to please your imperialist masters who wish nothing but slavery for the whole of Africa to strip its row wealth. You are short short sighted and your existence is also short lived. If Eritrea is considered a contributor to Nile water and it has not been asked to participate in to the meeting, then Eritrea can use 100% of the water without being challenged. That is a blessing! Wouldn't agree??

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  26. You are a retarded Woyane beggar. The only "economic development" you have in Ethiopia is a kleptomaniac Woyane regime murdering and looting begged aid in broad-daylight. How long do you think that is gong to last with ove 80 millions watching an ethnocentric minority regime robbing them blind? I will let you guess your remaining life span. Eritrea will have nothing to do with your shameful Woyane thieves.

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  27. The border issue is resolved and your will be getting your fat Woyane beggar ass out of there in short order

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  28. You said it Tigraway!! Change is coming, last time you were in power was during Yohannes rule. How long ago was that? This time, once you are gone which going to be soon by the way, you will have to wait for another hundred years at least before Tigraway comes to power. Make the most out of it now while you can.

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  29. In Ethiopia each states has a capacity to become an economic power house of its own, given the resources that are available in each region. Tigary region has a good capacity to become very strong economically which is going to be a nightmare for Eritrea which follows ethnic fundamentalism as a bases of political system to undermine some ethnic groups in my country. If each state becomes economic power and each state is integrated with each other, Eritrea's plan to divide and dissect Ethiopia becomes irrelevant. Right now, Eritrea is counting on Ethiopia's diversity as a sources of tool to weaken Ethiopia. This policy will fail soon, if Ethiopia keeps to make each state to become economic power house. Let me give you one example, Ethiopia just discovered huge amount of gas reservoir in south nations and nationalities, an amount bigger than the Russian gas deposit which is 23% of the world gas reservoir. Ethiopia is building a pipe line from Arbaminch to Djibouti to make use of this natural resource. This project not only brings economic prosperity to Ethiopia but also puts the South Nation and Nationalities on the spot light to become economic power house. I understand Eritreans attempt trying to paint one ethnic group being the devil and the other a victim, it is old political tool reigned in the region for a long time to make communities fight each other. In Ethiopia, though, we are trying something different this time; to give peace a chance, with all our short comings, to harvest its fruit. The Ethiopian government is putting economic polices to alleviate poverty, to reduce our political vulnerability, above all an economic policy to make each states economic power house. You, Libitigray. want you to understand that I have nothing against you but some of your comments are short-sighted.

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  30. Is this guy for real? I mean, I recognize that he's one of those woyane cadres who troll Eritrean websites, but I feel that it looks like he believes his own delusions and lies, besides looking at his train of thoughts 'retard' doesn't even describe him enough? I don't even know why some Eritreans waste their time responding to this goon seriously.

    God have mercy on Ethiopia!

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  31. In modern days "retard" was the word used by some people to describe mental limitation of other people, but in the contemporary world the right word to describe such a person is "mentally challenged" even though you used the word "retard" as an adjective indiscriminately.

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  32. As much as I don't and never trusted the Weyane, I'm equally turned off by the Egypt's political game and getting Eritrea in the midst of the squabble between It and the TPLF regime. If what is reported is true and Egypt and Ethiopia agree to solve the Nile issue peacefully, good for them. Just leave Eritrea alone.
    Having said that, if Egypt wants to establish a good relationship with Eritrea it has to be a genuine one based on mutual respect and good neighborliness and not as means to frustrate the Weyane regime.

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  33. My friend, the word 'modern' and 'contemporary' are synonyms. Retard!

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  34. Modern refers to anything related to the 20 century, contemporary refers anything earlier. Thank you for communicating with out a slur.

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  35. Good for you guys ato ephraim...none of the above is killing us...if the above you mentioned are progress for you, then let it be...but do ALWAYS remember that Eritreans have no HASAD/ evil eye like yours. For the rest i see it as a west of time arguing with an immature character as you. God bless Ethiopia, Eritrea ( Ethiopians & Eritreans)

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  36. Al Mariam=G7
    Ermias=OLF
    Madote=Shaebia
    What is new here? All are in the same league

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  37. These tegaru have identity crisis., when an amhara comes by they say denanesh, when an Eritrean is near by they say dehan'do alekum. They don't know weather they are Eritrean or Ethiopian lol. Samsom my friend i know the usaid money is making you delusional but what you are saying is bordering on insanity. Just like you forefathers your identity changes when it suits you. Figure out who you are first then come and speak to Eritreans and for that matter to other Ethiopians.

    PS., the ethiopian goverment doesn't even have enough money to finish the dam that is being built by italy., how can they find money for an election? You do know that costs money right? yes an election will help the kids in addis that are starving and going to garbage trucks and the most prostitutes in all African, Ethiopian prostitutes (state department). Cause you know those poor people will drop everything and go to vote cause that is a magic ticket to save their lives. Its so sad that i can't even laugh about that.

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  38. Economic power house! Don't make me lough. That is a rather ambitious aspiration. Did you mean super power's pissing corner? Let me give you a brotherly advice.
    1 - take your head out of your ass.
    2 /- try to provide the basic necessities for your people first.
    How about one meal a day in the near future and maybe your 10 years plan should be to provide two meals a day and maybe in 20 years three meals a day. After that , you could embark into the power house ambition. It's just a thought..

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  39. All from a camp of low life losers and Shintams. :)))))))))))))))))).

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  40. This is Ethiopian News it doesn't concern us at all but if you want to know we are HAPPY for you as we are always wish good for others The Red Sea belong to all of us The Eritreans as this dam although it is in BENISHANGUL GUMUZ LAND belong to u can we claim it as u want to claim Assab ??

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  41. Eritrea should not compare itself with Ethiopia, never. Ethiopia is not our benchmark. Given that said, most of the people here that bark on behalf of the PFDJ really do not care as they are not living in Eritrea.

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  42. Not with the current PIA PFDJ governments and your pretenders that are all living outside of Eritrea who are fricken cowards barking like bitch dogs. We need to take back Badme now by force or die trying but our government does not have any balls anymore.

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  43. Well Rahwa what do we do? You are dead right that the border decision was agreed to as binding. But it is clear that the Tigray control would not last if Badme is returned. So what do we do? We cannot simply keep a large majority of our population in national service in defensive posture.

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  44. You eat shit agame slut living outside of Eritrea and singing the glory song of the PFDJ....fricken coward...

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  45. You = MLELIT Kondaf

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  49. Erty- Very well said! Just ignore the bitterness of the response form LibiTigray and the likes. What you stated is the truth. They all know it. All they have as response is name calling and insults. And then what? The truth is the truth. Just ignore them. I wouldn't even bother dignifying their comments with a response if I were you.

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  50. Erty - I disagree with you. If trade and relations with Eritrea bring some sort of tangible benefit to Ethiopia then great. But as far as I know, Eritrea brings nothing of benefit to the table. Ethiopia should only be looking at any relationship with Eritrea from the point of self-interest as well as mutual benefit and not with an agenda to prop-up a failed state. That is for the EU and US to handle.

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  51. Well said, Ephraim, Very well said indeed.....

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  52. Guest - they say "Charity starts at home". Before you have the leg to stand on to advise Ethiopia (slated to be a middle income country within 10 years, mind you...) on how to develop, it would behoove you to help yourself and your own country and improve your image, first. And your image to world right now is that of a nation of refugees, organ farms, Shark feed, bad swimmers, prisoners and just all around bitter and hopeless Askaris. Work on that, improve your situation and then perhaps, the world will not laugh at you when you try to give development advise to others. OK?

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  53. Seriously? Out of fear of Eritrea?? Ha! that's a good one! At least you have your sense of humor to keep you going. So that's why the Ethiopian Airforce bombed an arms depot and the Bisha mine deep inside Eritrea with impunity and unopposed. And why didn't the "Eritrean Airforce" respond in kind? Because none of it's planes are flying. Yup, Ethiopia is just trembing in her boots....what a pathetic joke!

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  54. How many years have you served in the Eritrean armed forces? U say..........

    Well, i finshed 11th grade in Barka and left Asmera to Sawa ..2011. Am--------------25th-Zuria...and completed 12th grade in sawa-- and now am in Halhale-college (Business & economics)...i completed military training at Sawa proudly!. So yes, i fulfill ma national duties.

    What about u liven abroad and spittin' all kinds of crap., without knowing squat. hmmmm.....


    Did u just say....u are doing Eritreans more harm than you realize. by doing what calling the Agame, qomalat Agame, Augumesh, Etc...etc.. Well?

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  55. Hahahaha...realy qomal Agame...Aray kuenty. hahaha....

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  56. Careful now Augumesh, don't let ur brains go to ur head!

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  57. No body twisted your arms to be here. You are here for one reason only. To quench your frustration and to brag about your pipe dreams. To squeeze a truth from weyanay is like squeezing blood from a rock.
    Deki Ere, I would not worry about this lost souls..

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  58. WHETHER INTENTIONAL OR SLIPPED,THE FACT THAT EGYPT WAS USING ERITREA TO DESTABLIZE ETHIOPIA IS BECOMING REAL BASED ON THIS ARTICLE. NOBODY EVEN THE ADALS THE FORTO SAWAS,THE HIDROMS OF MADOTE COMMENTED.THIS ARTICLE IS A DOUBLE SWORD.REGARDING THE FOREIGN CURRENCY RESERVE,THIS REMINDS ME OF A CERTAIN BERKET-AB, A MATHMATICIAN WHO WAS A PART TIME COMMERCIAL BANK EMPLOYEE AND ADDIS ABEBA UNIVERSITY LECTURER, AFTER BEING DEPORTED,WHEN BOTH COUNTRIES DEPORTED PEOPLE TO THEIR RESPECTIVE COUNTRIES HAD AN INTERVIEW WITH ERITREAN NEWS AND SAID THAT ETHIOPIA HAS NO FOREIGN CURRENCY RESERVES LASTING A MONTH FOR IMPORTS.THIS WAS PROVED WRONG AS 20+ YEARS LATTER THE COUNTRY IS STILL PAYING ITS DEBTS AND IMPORTING AS REQUIRED.WHAT MAKES HIS EXCELLENCY DIFFERENT? SOON WILL BE PROVED WRONG.

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  59. You people are so simplistic. You translate everything literally. Talking to you lot is like talking to a brick wall. How many times have you been bailed out by the Aid world for doing their dirty work? Useful idiots is the name given to you by your masters..

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  60. Your ill wishes towards Ethiopians are just that, ill wishes. Better for you to focus on your isolated country and the terror regime that is leading it into the ground. The only country to betray and back stabs its neighbors is Eritrea. Have you forgotten about the Djibouti conflict and the POW's who are still being held hostage by the regime that initially denied there was a conflict in the first place? Have you forgotten about the Hanish conflict and the islands the regime you supported wanted to steal from Yemen? Have you forgotten about the foolish episode of leaving IGAD and then begging to rejoin? Your deputy ambassador in Addis (Biniam) even made a fool of himself by literately forcing his way into an IGAD meeting and not leave when he was asked to do so.

    It is the regime in Asmara that has a short sighted foreign policy and a cruel domestic policy. Remember the Eritrean patriots like Petros Solomon, Ogbe Abraha and many others that are languishing in jail for more than 10 years. People who sacrificed their lives for Eritrea and were locked up by the country they helped liberate. When was the last time you spoke out for their cause? Why the silence about the unjust treatment of Eritrean heroes? Is injustice against Eritreans only injustice when it's committed by outsiders like US/UN/Weyane/Haile Selasse/Mengistu/Soviets etc?

    Don't worry about the existence of the Ethiopian government. And please don't make any predictions about the longevity of the government in Addis, since you have (wrongly) predicted its demise was imminent annually since 98. You have been wrong so often that it would be best for you to refrain from making forecasts on the Ethiopian government.

    Ah I see on a final note that you have learned something after all. First you naively stated that Eritrea is not a Nile Basin country. Then when you were proved wrongly, you realized it and try to skew the discussion. Eritrea has an observer status in the NBI since it is led by a regime that doesn't believe in diplomacy, not because it's contribution to the Nile Basin (via setit/tekeze) is small. And Eritrea being a full member of NBI or not is seperate from it's ability to use the water 100% without being 'challenged'. Please learn your geography. I know askaris were not allowed to learn past grade four, but this is just too embarrassing. The NBI is just one of the many regional/continental organizations that Eritrea plays a minor role in. That's a good summary of the foreign policy of the isaias regime. But good for you to have learned Eritrea is a (small) part of the Nile Basin. I guess our conversation was a worthwhile experience for you wouldn't you agree?

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  61. BAILED OUT..NONSENSE!!! WHERE DID YOU GET THIS INFO?

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  62. Hehehe, you are telling us you are still in Eritrea and support the maffia regime? What a joke Hamburger boy 😃. You gaveln me a good laugh atleast......just a clue I know pretty well how fast the internet is inside Eritrea, let alone to be online all the time as you are, it takes years just to check emails.

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  63. Typical TPLF. I can't say you misunderstood what I have written. You have got every word of it.. What I said was, "if Eritrea is considered as a contributor"

    What can I say!! You have spent life long twisting words and wishing for something that is not rightly yours. I have to give you a credit for trying though.
    By the way, what do you have to say about the alleged airforce bombing of Bisha? Good photoshop though.

    Diversion tactic is your speciality! You have conveniently ignored about the policy of your masters about enslaving and striping Africa of its wealth. You ignored it because your beloved country is willingly used as an instrument to accomplish that for a mere handout. In a nutshell ( useful idiot)!! As for the political prisoners you have listed, I can only say, pot calling the kettle black..

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  64. You are a stupid Woyane thief.

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  65. Actually, I'm here to entertain myself on the misery of Eritreans. It's Karma that has come to bite your ass. I'm here to watch and enjoy it as it happens. I've no bitterness or frustration. Ethiopia is developing despite the ill wishes of the bands that had lived amongst her people and stabbed her in the back when the thought the time was right. It is not my people that are drowning in the seas and dying in foreign lands in the most horrible way. I have no frustration or anger. Not at all.

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  66. but not in the said "league", right?

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  67. Mikhael MihretaebApril 9, 2015 at 9:36 AM

    Coconat head.Where did you get the informaron that malelit have bombed Bisha. you are day dreaming.Most of Your air force have been defected to Eritea, and most of them have joined the Ethiopian patriatics. Those who remained in Ethiopia are grounded.I have no adea,why is Your ass making so much noise?
    G7 and TPDM are after you, trust me this time next year, you will be either in kaliti or Alem bekagn for committing crime against human being!!!!!!!!
    Bisha is only in your dream Map!!!!!
    Get lost go to mekelino or hassena

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  68. Frustrated because the Bisha bombing turned out to be hoax.
    Frustrated because the sanction only made Eritrea stronger.
    Frustrated because the country you expected to collapse three month after the introduction of the sanction is standing even taller. You masters plan has flopped face down.

    Frustrated because your airforce have mistaken Asmara airport for their base and half of your hardware transferred to Eritrea just like the old days.
    Frustrated because Ethiopia and Eritrea will be Weyane free zone.

    Frustrated because your dreams of crashing Eritrea and taking Assab went belly-up.

    Frustrated because the G7 and Demhit are growing ever stronger.
    I am going to be kind to you and stop here now.

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  69. Porco! read isaias 4/2/16 you will find it written as isaiah 42;16.
    spit that khat out of your mouth!

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  70. KEBIT!!! THE MATMATHICIAN I MENTIONED IS MEHRET-AB ;NOT BEREKET...MY MISTAKE.

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  71. What I said was, "if Eritrea is considered as a contributor"


    Wey gud. Still not convinced. Again I understand that your masters did not allow you to learn beyond fourth grade, but I would expect a 'proud' Eritrean (although not proud enough to live in the isolated dictatorship called Eritrea) to know the basic geography of his country. Eritrea IS a contributor to the Nile basin. This is a fact. If I were to tell you Emba Soira is the highest mountain in Eritrea, this would be a fact. As in, can't be disputed. You doubting that, due to your limited knowledge, would not make it less of a fact.
    Just like Asmara is the capital of Eritrea, or that Ali Abdu is, correction:was, the minister of information until he realized the sinking ship he was on and fled. Don't take my word for it by the way, just call the ministry of Land, water and environment in Asmara. Or the ministry of Agriculture. Or any other ministries. Be careful though, they will be surprised to hear a 'proud' diaspora Eritrean doubt such a basic geographical fact regarding his own country.

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  72. Wait what is this? Egypt signed the deal that Sudan and Ethiopia had already agreed. Why did you guys flip it around?

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  73. I mean I do not have anything really against aid because we too in Eritrea take it but we use it better than you do.

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