elias wrote:I don't know if the report/rumor about Eritrean president Isaias Afewerki's death is true or not, but if it is true, it could be a big blow to Ethiopians who oppose the ruling Woyanne junta in Ethiopia. This is despite the fact that the cooperation between Isaias' government and Ethiopian opposition groups that I and others advocated have not gone beyond lip-service on the part of Eritreans. In fact, in recent days the relation has soured due to the disappearance of two prominent Ethiopian opposition leaders Colonels Tadese Muluneh and Abebe Geresu in Asmara. Nevertheless, one thing I am certain about is Isayas Afwerkis' utmost disdain for the Woyanne junta, and I fear that who ever replaces him could make peace with the foreign-aid-addicted regime in Addis Ababa.
Elias why all the uncertainty now i know you have no clue how we Eritreans function or our mind-set,i don't blame you being lied & betrayed by successive Ethiopian rulers for eternity.I as Eritrean believe what our honorable minister Ali Abdu told us 100% because he is not going to lose his credibility & honor by telling lies to Eritreans that is a no no in our culture,that will be a political suicide he can't afford.
Elias how about that i tought you know us Eritreans ,after you named the honorable Ali Abdu for the man of the year haw do you doubt his sinserity.From the bottom of my heart i feel sorry for Ethiopians you never knew the truth beacouth you never had a truthful leader or government in your life.That is one of the reason Eritreans decided to never be associated with you Ethiopians.The most negative,backwarded,untrustworthy people in the world It doesn't matter what it took we choose to break FREE.