Awash wrote:shabo has got his back against the wall. Imagine being sanction by UN resolution after resolution; being isolated from IGAD, AU, EU, USA, UN, and lately, condemned by UN Human Rights Commision. This is not an enviable negotiating position by any stretch of imagination.In fact, it's like negotiating with the barrel of a gun stuck in shabo's forehead.
I hope, in the end, a solution will come which guarantees the departure of the criminal shabo from the entire HOA region just like Menghistu.
Keep your hope alive. All the organizations you mentioned above are now aligning with Eritrea. The truth always sets one free. Not that we need any one of them help by the way.
If you have the truth on your side you never need any one. No body is able to put the truth inside the bottle for ever. It will burst in your face as it is doing as we speak.
By the way, did you run out of cryons that you did not draw your usual childish sketches?
Do you want me to ask your wrinkled boy friend the Eritrean patriarch who is in jail to send you some? I could arrange it if you want, you weasel.
Let me ask you a simple question:
Is Isayas as a leader worse to his people and country or meles as leader worse to his people and country?
The truth now OK? You know that the patriarch is praying for you from the Eritrean jail, and I bet he is "a man of God" and he wants you to tell the truth. Keep in mind that you are ethiopian (@@gg@@mmee) when you are evaluating them two leaders.