Halafi Mengedi wrote:I just want you to understand that when you build a house it may take you six months or a year in anticipation of to live in the house for life and pass it to your sons and grand sons. No one in the right mind tries to build a house and takes him one year to complete it and live in the house exact during it took him to finish it just one year. Woyane took them to build the house of Tigray for 17 years and you cannot tell them it is enough 20 years the duration it took them to build house of Tigray. The house is deep foundation to last for the next grand sons and daughters and all the dreams you have is nothing but day time hallucinating while driving in the freeways.
You did everything in your power to maintain the power in your hand after 100 years abuse and still working day and night to come back and restore the Amhara orders.
Even the Tigrayan kids realized Meles and Azeb will not give up power to Woyane and resorted to fight them and bring back the power to the people of Tigray as our brothers and sisters fought the good fight for 17 years. Check TPDM bellow!!!!
I really sometimes think that you are writing from your bed at a Psychiatric hospital. The reason why I think so is obvious. Your arguments are always conflicting and utterly out of reality.
For example what are you trying to say with your comment above? Are you saying that the main reason why woyane struggled for 17 years is to punish Amharic population for what Amharic leaders have done in the past or was the driver engine behind your struggle to bring peace, development and brotherhood to the entire Ethiopian nation?
What do you get from deporting civilian population whether they are Amharic or any other nationalities from left and right? What legacy are you leaving behind for your own future generations?
No one has ever had power for eternity and when one is lucky enough to get the chance to change people’s lives, it should be to heal past wounds and create brotherhood and ethics of hard work and honesty for what he calls his country. But you people are, I really don’t know what to call you.
And what became out of your 17 years of struggle, you can watch in the following video clip.