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European Spring vis-à-vis Eritrea



European Spring vis-à-vis Eritrea 

By Bereket Kidane

Spring is symbolic of starting new projects, sewing new seeds and coming forth with new ideas.  We’ve all heard of the Arab Spring.  Spring has finally come to Brussels as far as Eritrea is concerned.  There is definitely a “European Spring” going on with respect to Eritrea.After conducting extensive research and examining its policies toward the State of Eritrea, Europe seems to recognize the righteousness of the policies of the Government of Eritrea and wants to stop its destructive policies toward the State of Eritrea. It’s a welcome development because it was exactly what Ambassadors Herman Cohen and David Shinn recommended a couple of years back. Europe takes the lead first then America follows.

It’s a hopeful sign indeed.It’s possible that the Government of Eritrea may have adjusted some of its policies to bring about this thaw in tension with Europe, but it appears that it was mostly done at Europe’s own initiative, namely European Union Foreign Minister Lapo Pistelli’s outreach and one-on-one meetings and frank discussions with several government officials in Eritrea.Eritrea’s neighbor had engaged in massive propaganda and successfully tarnished Eritrea’s image, but the truth always wins out in Eritrea’s case. It won’t be long before Spring comes to Washington.

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European Spring vis-à-vis Eritrea Reviewed by Admin on 1:09 PM Rating: 5

45 comments:

  1. Born on Independence dayApril 15, 2015 at 2:09 PM

    Indeed Mr. Bereket Kidane :)


    The Eritrean future is as bight as the sun shining on the tropics in the mid summer.

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  2. Yes, Spring will come to Washington. Let Europe have its Spring first.

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  3. Do not ask as to why; but Spring in Washington DC is already here, thanks to the fastness and dedication of Eritreans in defense of the HALAL MERIET.

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  4. Regardless how powerful the foe, Eritrean steadfastness always prevail. For we have the truth and justice in our side.

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  5. You mean you were born on May 24? You are so lucky!

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  6. Is that why we have let Ethiopia illegally sit on Badme for 15 years?

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  7. I thing I heard the same thing 5 years ago, 10 years ago, 15 years ago, 20 years ago, 25 years ago.....the song is old and needs to be changed. For many of us Eritreans, we have no future.

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  8. ERITREA>GREAT NATION
    ERITREAN PEOPLE>PROUD AND STRONG
    ERITREAN NATIONALISM>VERY STRONG
    ERITREAN GOVERNMENT>SUCKS LIKE A MF AND NEEDS TO BE CHANGED

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  9. Ewa !! Qes diA bel Aynina keytenqurena LOL

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  10. Go back to your tgrayonline rathole LOL

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  11. Born on Independence dayApril 15, 2015 at 10:56 PM

    Yea i was :), and thank you very much.

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  12. Born on Independence dayApril 15, 2015 at 11:05 PM

    Speak for your self brother. I know my future is bright :). The nation is only 25 years old, and it has made a progress that i personally have not done for my self on my 25 years of life, while Eritrea has to do it for 4-6 mill of people with more than half are uneducated. I am not going to hate that you do not support the GoE, because it is very normal to have different opinions when it comes to ruling government in a country, but here is my question, What are you doing about it??? Commenting or replying on here would not help at all.

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  13. Agame Lemani Sammy. What's your real name? Gereanenya Geretsadkan. Why don't you go beg for spare change? Why don't you go say, "Brother can you spare change?"

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  14. RIP Agame RepublicApril 16, 2015 at 1:52 AM

    Speak for yourself Agame guest. Agames may not have a future in Ethiopia but Eritreans do in their own country.

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  15. Eritrea has too much too offer and the Europeans won't let China and Canada be the only ones to do business with us. Since they are hop skip away they have MUCH more interest than the usa to see fair play and honest dialogue.

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  16. So u are waiting for us and eu to drive woyane out of badame? Funny people!!!!

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  17. hawi55, what is the "too much" Eritrea has to offer?

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  18. SO INTELLIGENT YOU MUST BE TO ALWAYS QUICKLY MAKE ETHNIC ACCUSATIONS. IT WOULD BE EASY FOR YOU TO JOIN THE FERGESON MISSOURI POLICE FORCE

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  19. Talk singular guhaf, you need GoE spoon you? For me also Eritrea can stay in this path still, i'm ok..Hassawi.

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  20. It's a good beginning for eu dear Bereket, hope other deeds follow

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  21. Free refugee or asylum seeker cheap labor

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  22. And you? Where are you? Eritrea? usa?

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  23. many Eritreans that go to kenya Sudan ethiopia Europe uganda need spoon fed what your point. We refugees need help regardless nationality get it? Why I care u ethiopian or eritrean. If I leave countRy we all need help get it?

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  24. Agame... Woyane...yeah yeah yeah... Cheap easy way out of a conversation. Shows your educational level. You have a bright future somewhere far

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  25. And how do we know that you are not from Tigrai? Please cut the racist ethnic cheap reply BS and respect people's opinions

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  26. KirKir will go back to Badme to fight I am sure after manure penatrates his shorts 1st

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  27. Yes It is April in Washington and cherry blossoms are in bloom

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  28. Yes... they resort to insults and name calling when they don't have an effective, coeherent and intelligent response.

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  29. Because we can smell an Agame Lemani from a mile away. That's how. Sile Mariam Mariam Tihabkum.

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  30. Gereanenya, You know Eritrea would have Agame Republic for lunch. But Eritrea cares about its children. It doesn't use them as Fenj Regachoch the way Tigray uses Oromo, Amhara and Gambella children.

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  31. Geretsadkan, You know Eritrea would have Agame Republic for lunch. But Eritrea cares about its children. It doesn't use them as Fenj Regachoch the way Tigray uses Oromo, Amhara and Gambella children.

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  32. Ok let's cut the bullshit. Europe is only changing its policy to stop eritrean immigrants from entering the EU. That's it. They won't change their aggressive policy towards eritrea, they will still accuse us of supporting al shabaab etc. They want to have the cookie and eat it at the same time. Because when they realized that the government actually benefitted ten times by actually having Eritreans move abroad, get a job and send money back + 2%, they wanted a change.

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  33. Eritrea did not care for her children in 1998-2000 and only cares now?

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  34. By commenting here I hope that it makes people understand that there is a difference in being a nationalist but yet not necessarily supporting the government.

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  35. I guess that in your case, using 'mile' as a measurement, you must have incredible smell sensory perception and are able to smell more than 6,000 miles away. You guys are bad. An Eritrean gives a contrary position to your and you automatically utter 'Agame Lemani' from your mouth.

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  36. Did you see Ethiopians and other Africans Burn alive in south Africa? Hate can cause havoc on humanity, I believe form your post name you are from Tigray, and I believe you are referring the unfortunate conditions Eritreans face in Sinai in your sarcastic comments, will this be a cause for jubilation for Eritreans? absolutely not!!! be human.

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  37. mw you are right. Please excuse me for a comment in bad taste. I am not from Tigray but that is besides the point. My comment was wrong. Sincere apologies.

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  38. You can afford to be OK with its output since you do not even live in Eritrea

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  39. Then why are you not in Eritrea?

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  40. We do not use mile as a measurement in Eritrea

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  41. What children? Most just like you have already left Eritrea

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  42. Easy for you to say so as your enjoying your Italian pasta far from home.

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  43. Do you know that a 25 year old young man/women is expected to adult enought? But in case of our maffia government, they behave as 4 years old even thought they are 25. Dont forget we have now offically president for life.

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