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We Eritreans must remain the guardians of our Martyrs’ deeds.

Martyr's Day in Asmara - Photo credit: Natnael Zeghai 


We Eritreans must remain the guardians of our Martyrs’ deeds.

By Michael Seium

As June 20th, 2015 approaches us we are also being attacked as a people. It happens every time Eritrea celebrates or mourns its existence as a nation. This is a message that most Eritreans are fully aware of, as we have been trained to remain vigilant. Our forefathers have passed the strong psyche on to our past generation who then has passed it on to our current generation and it is our duty and responsibility to pass it on to the next generation. We must understand that we are a few but strong people whose martyrs gave up their lives so that we can have a truly independent nation. By all means we must always be the Guardians of our martyrs deeds. We must always remain proud souls that refuse to be humiliated. Being an ERITREAN is and will always be a sacred sanctuary.

It is with this in mind that we must also understand that the attacks and the lies that keep coming from those who have no idea what we went through as a nation. It should not bother us, but should make us stronger and allows us to challenge the fictions with passion and the truth on our side. It is what our martyrs would have loved to see if they were alive. They sacrificed their lives for those of us who are alive to see a free and self-reliant nation known as ERITREA!

Starting from the leader of Eritrea who exemplifies what it means to be the true guardian of our martyrs deeds, the attack on our people as a whole and our nation is to weaken what has already been “AGAINST ALL ODDS” accomplished. It can be very hard to understand why a majority of ERITREANS support their government and are always deeply connected to their homeland because it looks un-realistic for the outside world. The true reason is not motivated by greed or like in most countries around the world by opportunities but rather by a sense of respect and belief that emanates from our martyrs deeds. The critics will always say that most Eritreans that support the government have a motivation and some kind of advantage but in reality the single most rewarding prize is a FREE ERITREA that is not subjugated and controls her own destiny. The Eritrean Martyrs gave up life and the least a true ERITREAN can do is give up your time and effort to defend and stand by for the sake of your identity. Anyone who attempts to derail or use negatives as a way to justify their hate for ERITREA is betraying the trust and deed of our martyrs.   

On June 20th, each year let us remember them when our hopes and our heartbeats are on the flag that has united our entire country from the coast of Red Sea to the border of Sudan and from Southern Eritrea to the Northern Eritrea along with the entire diaspora around the Globe. We must always keep our spirits defiant and our history must remain glorious, so that our martyrs' souls will always remain the guardian of our nation.

Zelalemawi Zikri swatna.


Michael Seium  
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4 comments:

  1. "We must
    always keep our spirits defiant and our history must remain glorious, so that
    our martyrs' souls will always remain the guardian of our nation."

    Very true! This is our motion.

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  2. zelalemawi kbrn zikhrn nswuatna !
    Bless their soul

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  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZ2HB6-aWro

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  4. Martyrs day june 20.
    Esra Senei
    Bullets lodged on my spine
    Still erect tall and standing
    My composure challenged
    My gait compromised
    I am resilient standing tall on spirit
    You had me for invalid
    Decapitated, no limbs or sight- dead
    Declared me infertile-barren
    I am complete-a family with children
    The spirit intact and liveth
    My physic deformed
    The cruel torture and abuse; hell!
    As in yesteryear I defy you still
    Marian ghibe to Alem bekay
    Water boarding suffocation
    "Figure 8" and through testicles electrocution
    I am resilient can't succumbed
    Skin peeled with oozing Dem
    I'm the Eritrean that lives in martyrdom
    As we commemorate those that aren't here
    Remember to pledge and hidri we uphold.
    Esra Senei: a candlelight vigil wherever one may reside.

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