Yemane Gebreab (Monkey) Head of The PFDJ Political Affairs Has Been Chased in New York by Eritrean Youth From EYC and EYGM.

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Yemane Gebreab (Monkey) Head of The PFDJ Political Affairs Has Been Chased in New York by Eritrean Youth From EYC and EYGM. — 260 Comments

  1. This young brave Eritrean, have made history. and this is only the beginning. The Monkey is very lucky, if they were Somalian they would have KILLED HIM, Eritreans are kind. That’s why this immigrant managed to control our country and in turn screwing our people.

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  2. Temesgen said
    “I am not sure about you my brethren but I can’t seem to get enough of this historic video. I wish the silent majority of the Eritrean people in Eritrea could watch it. The spin doctors and PFDJ handlers in Dehai.org land and other good for nothing websites including the neither here nor there meskerem.net will to try to downplay it as if it was a minor incident where it doesn’t “reflect the wish of the Eritean people” when the reality in fact dictates that, the bent up unger in every Eritrean’s heart is about to explode. As you watch the video you can’t help it but notice how Yemane Monkey kept his composure as he was calculating not to provoke them any further where it could have backfired on him. Here is the deal: had one of the brave young people spit on him or throw a punch at him, sure enough, Monkey would have responded back and of course, as much as it is a busy street, the altercation would have gathered momentum where the police would be at the scene. The scene would have attract the attention of the media where a diplomat is in a browl with young people with specific political demands from the very government which claims to represent them. As the media would have dug onto the matter, Yemane and PFDJ would be exposed further as the major media outlets would give the incident a considerable coverage which would eventually benefit to further the political demand of the young brave Eritreans. Thus, it is a calculated move on Monkey’s part to walk with his tails between his legs to his hotel with out saying a single word what so ever.”

    That is so cheap. Forget about the punch but you said spit that is the worst thing to do in eritrea but who knows may be you were raised like that did you spit at your laptop when you watch that. I would say those guys should ask yemane all kinds of questions and then i would say they did good job. Why do you want someone to do your wishes and be in trouble while you are sitting in front of your labtop and pretending to be nice to meazza and others by saying haftey haftey be a man and do what you got to do don’t tell people to do it for you.

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  3. Protestors have every right to chase and oppose a public figure anywhere. They use that in British House of Commons, even we see that in USA quiet often. That is what you pay a price when you are a public figure. I understand that those Eritreans may be frustrated and personally affected. However, the words and the tone they have used was unprofessional and it washed out their purpose. First of all, it would have been very effective and a brave of those Eritrean to go the New York Seminar and asked important questions in front of may people and directly to the president though many of them were supporters. I would ask very challenging questions if I were there. Secondly, it was unnecessary to use those words like ” Agame ” . We have used it all our time growing up in Eritrea. Look where did it take us. Thousands of Eritreans were expelled from Ethiopia by those we used to call them ” Agame ” . So, race is insignificant. Jews were the most hated race at one time, look where are they now. So, race is not a good method to use. That is childish. Lets us use our rights to demonstrate. That is what a democracy is all about. However, being civilized and unemotional is the proper way. For example, families of those arrested without justice should have come to the seminar and asked where their beloved are which they every right to do that. And it would have been very embarrassing to those leaders.

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  4. Protestors have every right to chase and oppose a public figure anywhere. They use that in British House of Commons, even we see that in USA quiet often. That is what you pay a price when you are a public figure. I understand that those Eritreans may be frustrated and personally affected. However, the words and the tone they have used was unprofessional and it washed out their purpose. First of all, it would have been very effective and a brave of those Eritrean to go the New York Seminar and asked important questions in front of may people and directly to the president though many of them were supporters. I would have asked very challenging questions, if I were there. Secondly, it was unnecessary to use those word ” Agame ” . We have used it all our time growing up in Eritrea. Look where did it take us. Thousands of Eritreans were expelled from Ethiopia by those we used to call them ” Agame ” . So, race is insignificant. Jews were the most hated race at one time, look where are they now. So, race is not a good method to use. That is childish. Lets us use our rights to demonstrate. That is what a democracy is all about. However, being civilized and unemotional is the proper way. For example, families of those arrested without justice should have come to the seminar and asked where their beloved are which they have every right to do so. And it would have been very challenging to those leaders.

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  6. what a bunch of losers and here in north america such loser is daniel. had no idea when he got into it and still does not have one. it takes maturity farsightedness and a whole bunch of wisdom and what have you to even run a small business let alone a country and its populace. its good to copy good things from others and one should have leatned civility while living for over twenty years in a civilised society. what have you done daniel and the likes to talk about pfdj and ‘tegadelti’? isaias and yemane are simply out of your league. because your brother was arrested for whatever crime he was charged with does not give you to drag the hard working eritrean people into your little sick fantasy. you will amount to nothing because you luck qualification my friend; raise your kids and make your wife happy and someday you might say i have done this and lived my life as one employee at such company in orange county california; nothing more…….insulting yemane and calling it a ‘srihit’ ? give me a break dude!

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