Assenna: A determined Eritrean young woman born & raised in the US cries for freedom of the Eritrean people from tyranny during the May 24th, Washington DC rally

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P43KoqyZakA&width=200&height=200 Adiam Haile, a determined Eritrean young woman born and raised in the US cries for freedom of the Eritrean people during the May 24th, Washington DC rally against the dictatorial regime in Eritrea. When she

Adiam Haile, a determined Eritrean young woman born and raised in the US cries for freedom of the Eritrean people during the May 24th, Washington DC rally against the dictatorial regime in Eritrea. When she saw PFDJ supporters dancing waving Dictator Isaias Afewerki’s photo,  while demonstrating in front of the PFDJ embassy,  she constantly raises her voice up on behalf of the poor Eritreans suffering inside the county and Sinai. Adiam’s profound desire for democratic change was reflective of the 2000 Eritreans who flocked to Washington DC from all over the US and Canada. At the conference, she calls the young generation to join the fight for justice and freedom.

 

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  • Kabbire May 26, 2013

    Well said, very articulate and frank assessment. It is my hope that the old guard will learn a word or two from this young woman.
    Thank you.

  • Semere May 26, 2013

    Adiam congras,
    I am so proud of you. I wish the youth follow your footsteps. Ever since we met I felt you are a powerful asset for the NEW ERITREA! We are struggling for the same cause and I am sure we shall soon reap the harvest. If God is with us who can be against?

  • ahmed saleh May 27, 2013

    Adiam , you are one of Eritreans young pioneers in this movement , well done .
    In fact, Eritrean youth commitment to bring social change is important at this stage because referring their
    present and future life they are the ones who hit hard by HGDF’s negligence . But whatever the subject says
    to focus on solutions based in maturity , understanding and most of all united cooperation among each other
    make you strong and influential . GOOD LUCK . We are always on your back to support the mission .

  • Semhar May 27, 2013

    Adiam, I’, proud of you!
    You stood for freedom!
    You stood fro justice!
    You stood for democracy!
    You stood for liberty!

    Adiam,

    The mad dog ድያብሎስ! Isayas is 100% Ethiopian. His father is from Tembien, Tigray, Ethiopia and his mother from Adwa, Tigray, Ethiopia. 

    He was sent by Asrate Kasa the former Governor of Eritrea and by his uncle Degezmach Solomon Abreha, former governor of Wollo province of Ethiopia to dissolve the Eritrean Liberation Front. 

    He dissolved E.L.F in 1980. 

    He dissolved E.P.L.F in 1993 and replaced them by his own blind organization HIGDEF.
    
He took down The Eritrean Liberation flag in 1993 and replaced it by his own burned flag.
    
He dissolved the historical Eritrean provinces in 1993 and replaced them by his own Zobas. 

    He dissolved the historical law of the land “HIGHI INDABA” “Eritrean constitution” and replaced it by his own MAFIA Law.

    2013, the mad dog ድያብሎስ!Isayas has a new mission, 

    1) To sacrifice Eritreans in the war against Ethiopia by siding with Egypt.
    2) To surrender the port of ASSAB to Ethiopia. 

    3) To sell Eritrean people’s organ by collaborating with Egypt.
    Unlike the mad dog Isayas the Eritrean People will always be on the side of Ethiopia, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania’s signed agreement in Entebbe, Uganda, to overturn a colonial-era treaty seeking a more reasonable and equitable utilization of the river.
    As long as Isayas and HIGDEF are in Eritrea misery and death will continue. 


    The only solution is to get rid of crazy mad dog ድያብሎስ!Isayas wedi Medhin Berad, his son, and his blind followers HIGDEF just like the Libyans did to Gadafi, his sons and his followers. Eritreans should unite and get rid the tyrant mad dog Isayas, his son and his blind followers the HIGDEF.

  • Semhar May 27, 2013

    Adiam,

    The mad dog Isayas dissolved E.L.F in 1980. 

    He dissolved E.P.L.F in 1993 and replaced them by his own blind organization HIGDEF.
    
He took down The Eritrean Liberation flag in 1993 and replaced it by his own burned flag.
    
He dissolved the historical Eritrean provinces in 1993 and replaced them by his own Zobas. 

    He dissolved the historical law of the land “HIGHI INDABA” “Eritrean constitution” and replaced it by his own MAFIA Law.

  • Semhar May 27, 2013

    Adiam,
    Those blind followers, the PFDJ members and Sympathizers
    who were dancing in front of their embassy they are a perfect example of the Stockholm syndrome.
    Stockholm syndrome, or capture–bonding, is a psychological phenomenon in which hostages express empathy and sympathy and have positive feelings toward their captors or abusers, sometimes to the point of defending them, and sometimes the feeling of love for the captor shows. These feelings are generally considered irrational in light of the danger or risk endured by the victims, who essentially mistake a lack of abuse from their captors for an act of kindness.
    Stockholm Syndrome can be seen as a form of traumatic bonding, which does not necessarily require a hostage scenario, but which describes “strong emotional ties that develop between two persons where one person intermittently harasses, beats, threatens, abuses, or intimidates the other.

  • bahta hagos May 27, 2013

    We need Psychiatrists to treat the miguided and blind followers from their Stockholm Syndrome.

    • Salim May 28, 2013

      bahta hagos,

      The Woyane dogs who are collaborating with the enemies of Eritrea do indeed need a psychiatrist to help them get rid of their ‘Stockhom Syndrome’. Identifying yourself with Woyane is a psychiatric illness.

      • Semhar May 29, 2013

        Salim,
        What is Stockholm syndrome?
        To find the correct meaning of the Stockholm syndrome you can ask Bahta Hagos or you can Google it.

        Salim the PFDJ is a perfect example of Stockholm syndrome

  • bahta hagos May 27, 2013

    I am a living witness and proud of the young Eritreans taking the Torch themseves determined to take us to where we belong. We the old school of thought failed all the years to unite, and must learn from those young men and women determination of the struggle.

  • Salim May 28, 2013

    “A determined Eritrean young woman born & raised in the US”????

    Are you sure she is Eritrean?

    • Semhar May 29, 2013

      She is gual abat ERITREA.
      She’s courageous, intelligent, bright, and beautiful ERITREAN.

  • Samson Redeab May 28, 2013

    Adiam, thank you. You have touched many, including myself, in a way that no words can explain it. The time of reckoning is getting close, your people, and especially your peers are indebted to you with love…you are great , we love u Adiamina !!!

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