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  • metkel November 23, 2014
  • Dawit Meconen November 23, 2014

    Genuine Eritreans,

    Know thy enemies:

    He/she who does not know his/her enemies is like one who shoots in the dark in the hope that somehow Fortuna will guide the bullets into the enemies hearts. This of course is a waste of time and resources, although Napoleon, after he defeated most of Europe, was quoted to have said that there is no “impossible” except in the dictionary.

    However, we Eritreans are not only shooting in the dark; the errors we are committing in the processes of extricating ourselves from the ever escalating deterioration of our plight is exceedingly worse and unbearably shameful that Napoleon would have reversed his opinion on the existential question of “impossibility”.

    To what extent we have morally and intellectually deteriorated vis-a-vis our forefathers’ sagacity of mind can be illustrated by their proverb, Adgis Nab BelaE’A Tgo-yee, which they applied to highlight paradoxical behavior such as we are exhibiting in our alleged struggle to liberate ourselves.

    For the very reason stated above, donkey is the preferred choice of prey for a hyena. As a nocturnal beast, the hyena somehow makes itself appear to the donkey in the middle of the night when the people are usually in bed. The irrational donkey, instead of remaining in its area of safety, gallops to the outside as if it is a divine for it to become a good meal for the hyena.

    The donkey analogy perfectly befits us. it is clear as broad daylight that isaias afeweerqi and woyane are two faces of the same coin; they are, through subterranean ways, coordinating their destructive activities on our country and people, and yet, we, as the donkeys do, run to them as if it is a blessing for us to be victimized by them.

    I have been calling for ever now that unless we as people recognize these two evils as one, we will never be able to unite and save ourselves and our country.

    There is other crucial point: We must never repeat the mistakes of the Mighty EPLFs; those whom we select to be our leaders must be painstakingly investigated into their past; we must seal all doors and windows to deny underground enemy agents from infiltrating our organizations.

  • Dala Ksha November 24, 2014

    Brother Dawit Meconen
    you said it,that is always I tried to tell to my friends but most of them they will not understand me. Eritrean people have two enemies one from inside Isaias and second Weyane and both of them are working for one Goal which is the distraction of our people.Thanks to our foolishness they are succeeding infacts they are in their final stages.

    • Dawit Meconen November 25, 2014

      Dala Ksha,

      We must never give up on the Truth, as we say, The Yardstick of Truth May become Slender But Never Breaks.

  • AHMED SALEH !!! November 25, 2014

    Like everybody else Eritrean women for justice should seek
    another way how to regroup themselves in United front to
    challenge their on going struggle for their right under the
    umbrella of independent women’s union for justice .

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