siren66 wrote:If Chenawi is alive he must be one sadistic mofo to watch as whole TPLF dies slowly. TPLF is bleeding profusely as major news outlets have no choice but to parody the whole thing. Though Ethiopian people are used to lies I think a lie of this magnitude will kill any credibility that Woyane might have with the people. TPLF could have been saved if Chenawi's death was announced promptly and a replacement was enthroned immediately. As the price of everything is going up and the population is getting angry because of the lies that are being told, TPLF is only digging its hole.
You know Mr. Siren, we all have our convictions, sometimes instinct is wrong sometimes it is right. But right or wrong I prefer to rely on my instinct. I feel Meles is still alive, he was definitely in grave danger, he was definitely facing indescribable agony, but now he is out of danger, he is only waiting for sufficient recovery to show his face, he doesn't want to appear weak and vulnerable in a nation that worships strength in a man.
I think that's the reason he is waiting to show his face, I just can't believe he is dead, it is just a crazy idea to think that the Woyane leaders would wait this long to announce it if he were dead for sure.