Beles wrote:Ethiopianism is about unity and finding common grounds for every human being irrespective of differences. Eritreanism is the opposite of it. It looks for differences, fault lines. Eritreanists need adversary to co-exist else finding fault-lines and differences turns inward to continue down to family and individual level. In fact the only way out of it is the inevitable implosion
Simply, the message is Ethiopianism is good and Eritreanism is bad, right? Yep, everything is black and white, my friend. Didn't know the people in power in Ethiopia currently are Eritreans. Nor was I aware that successive Ethiopian leaders were Eritreans who were fond of Eritreanism:lol: Hell, we finally figured out the scrooge which has been lurking over your people for the last ''3000 years'' for you not to get it right in managing your own affairs- the evil Eritreanism! Damn it! Even those who were displaced from the south might be victims of these boogeymen. And I can't thank you enough for just conforming my suspicion that Shigute Sheferaw could be Eritrean too? Who knows?
Anyhow, let me borrow some words from the often eloquent Yilma Bekele:
''Tell me who buys stolen plots of land? Who flies Ethiopian Airlines? Who party’s in Addis among the starving? Who invests in hotels and brothels from Mekele to Moyale? Who turns a blind eye when the Anuaks are massacred in Gambella, the Amharas displaced from Benji Maji, the Oromos imprisoned in mass, the little girls sold into slavery in the Middle East? Don’t tell me you did not know. You knew but you choose to keep silent....
No one compels us to do this or that. We are free to choose
. Thus when we split our Church, when we disrespect our leaders be it Community or Party we are making a choice. When we speak ill of each other and when we hurt each other with venomous language it is a choice we each make. When we invest in Woyane land, buy stolen property, turn our faces away when we see our people being abused we are making a choice. No need to look at your neighbor. You ladies and gentlemen have to answer for your own actions.