3. Yes, there were factors from within Eritrea as well that seem to have shaped Isaias’s personality which were not raised in the original article. The new exiles from Tigray (husband wife) settled near Tsolot, not far from Asmara. I now hear that the actual village was called “Geza Tegaru”. Abraha, Isaias’s grandfather, seems to have known someone close to his family who invited him there. The significant point here is the “Geza Teraru” bit which must have been deeply ingrained in Isaias’s mind. As anywhere in highland Eritrea, the inhabitants of “Geza Tegaru” must have been seen as the “maikelai aliyet”, the outsiders – new migrant settlers. And then, there was the vulgar vilification of people from Tigray, especially those who spoke with marked Tigrean accent as “[deleted]” closely associated with poverty and misery. There were also issues of land rights in which the “maikelai aliet” had very little. Unfortunately, Eritreans have “in your face” kind of attitude when it comes to such things, especially when children or neighbors fight – which is actually a violation of civil rights, which amounts to a serious injustice. I believe that in his formative years, Isaias Afwerki was very much aware of this: the members of a once mighty family reduced to almost nothing and vilified by those who may be nobodies. How are the mighty fallen!! His great uncle (Isaias’s great grandfather’s brother) Emperor Yohannes IV was also betrayed by Menelik, and he was killed by the Dervishes of the Sudan at the point of victory. His head was subsequently cut off and paraded in the streets of Khartoum. Isaias’s grandfather himself was killed in battle and his grandfather exiled to escape retribution because of the killing of Ras Alula Aba Nega. And once in Eritrea, the family faced the vilification described. Are all these factors enough to make a man really angry and vengeful? At least, we understand. But, this in no way tries to let him off the hook. Isaias must answer for his crimes!! He is angry and vengeful not only towards the Eritreans, the Tigreans and other Ethiopians, but almost against all – in this unfair world, he seems to think anyway. Therefore, has Isaias brought Eritrea to its knees to get his sweet revenge? Have your say!!
http://awate.com/the-eritrean-holocaust ... e-old-fox/
take it easy on robot hawzen lolkkk. if he find out the true blood line of his demigod isaias afkelbi, he might hang himself. be kind to stupid robots.
isaias afkelbi maikelay aliet ouchhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh