EPRDF wrote: Conformist wrote:
In the ESAT interview Sophia Tesfamariam made the following comment.
Meles' best friends were foreigners, Isaias' best friends are his own people. Meles lived in hiding surrounded by bodyguards, Isaias mingles with the ordinary folk. He eats with the villagers and socializes with them.
Meles' lived in a fortress, Isaias lives in an ordinary house. No Ethiopian except Tigrayans were allowed to visit Meles' in his residence, but ordinary Eritreans are allowed to visit Isaias in his home by appointment.
I really was impressed by the the intelligence and articulateness of Sophia, if the Ethiopian opposition had one person like her its effectiveness would have increased a thousand fold. I think the Eritreans are lucky to have someone like her.
Conformist my Welleye brother, I have never seen my fellow Ethiopians with a profound passion toward eris and their affair. Admiring their leader, praising the bravery of their armies, commending their over all way of eris life in all his posting, what an amazing with a kind of heart welleye you are
How can you blame Conformist for telling the truth? You guys; TPLF, run the country for 21 years and all 21 years; the Ethiopians learned nothing but begging; nothing but deceit, nothing but corruption, nothing but nepotism, nothing the Tigryans getting rich and richer. We witnessed the military sitting in its azz and spreading HIV all over Tigray, the funny part about army is that all Tigryan girl are impregnated by the army and as much as the Tigryans hate Amara and Oromo; now, their women is getting babies from Amara and Oromo. That is truly funny.
So, there was no point wasting time to look up to you.
Then, alternatively; when we looked up North, we observed a true selfless leader, a leader who refused to beg, instead he teaches his people to work. A leader who refused to kiss any outsiders azz, rather he mingle with his people, the children, the old and the young. A leader who send his kids to public high school and as stunning as it sounds, he send his own kids to a national military service. A leader demanded his army to work while defending and defending while working.
I can go on and on and on; but let me ask you one question; what is wrong if any one with a fair mind and with a high moral obligation to admire and pay the respect the Eritrean leader deserves?