elias wrote:YeSat-Nebelbal wrote:Elias is truly the most uninformed chatline hearder ever. This guy is not as smart as many of think. He keeps on blaming the Eritreans for the weaknessof Ethiopians. Eritreans did not have much helo when they organized themselves to be a potent force in the continent, we have to give them credit when its due. They are no more than 5 million, and when they began organizing they were merely 2.5 million people, and gave a lasting migrane to a 30 million nation at the time, and today they are the envy of a 70 million nation. There is something we lack they have in abundance, and hating them for it is wrong, they did share that something with Tigryans and built TPLF, and now they are building TPDM. Instead of getting ourselves ready and willing to accept their leadership, we keep on questioning them. One of our popular singer went to Eritrea and kissed the leaders hand, to only come back to the US to denounce the movement made in his name. He was expecting a ready made army with guns and tanks, he was so distraught with lack of enthusiasm with his countrymen he came to deny their existence. Elias blames the Eritreans? Sometimes I wonder what this Elias character stands for. Learn from the best and try to be better than the teacher, that's how karate moves are passed on, the students are deeply committed to follow instructions, even when the instruction does not seem related to Karate.
EPLF and TPLF were supported by China, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Kuwait, Sudan... should I continue? Ethiopian opposition group currently have no foreign supporter. As I have said so many times, I do not blame the opposition's weakness on any one but the opposition groups themselves, but support from even one foreign country would have helped a lot. One thing I'm 100% sure about is that with or without any one's support we will kick out Woyanne and take back our country.
This is exactly what the world is waiting to hear from Ethiopians, for non-Ethiopian entities to extend their hand and help Ethiopians to remove Woyane, the world needs to see that Ethiopians are serious about the struggle, and are willing to sacrifice. There are some serious organizations like TPDM and ONLF that are serious and committed to defeating Woyane, unfortunately, these two organizations don't represent the majority of Ethiopians. Organizations that claim to represent the majority of Ethiopians need to show the same kind of commitment as TPDM and ONLF. Despite the fact that these two organizations don't represent the majority of Ethiopians, they receive support from their own people and non-Ethiopian entities. This is because their seriousness to fight, sacrifice and win is not questionable.
Elias the question you need to ask yourself is. Are your personal, and your organization's commitments to fight, sacrifice and win unquestionable ?