Eritrea at 25: Human Rights, Migration and Route to Democracy Conference at USF – Public Support is needed to make the event a success

To host a conference on Eritrea, bringing all Eritreans together regardless of their political belief, discussing country issues and how to change the situation Eritreans are facing for the sake of our people and country.

To host a conference on Eritrea, bringing all Eritreans together regardless of their political belief, discussing country issues and how to change the situation Eritreans are facing for the sake of our people and country. To do this we are bringing Eritreans and Friends of Eritrea that are actively involved in the work.

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  • Meshesh September 13, 2016

    Indeed, those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
    Eritreans think with their caveman brain not with their modern, educated and logical brain. Where they to exercise the better part of their brain they would not have found themselves destitute and homeless or enslaved. And they definitely wouldn’t have tried to invent a nation at a time when nationhood was becoming obsolete.
    In addition to that, relatively speaking, thanks to some exposure to Italian civilization, we were at the top of the food chain before “independence”; now we have become infiltrators, migrants, refugees, conscripts, boat people, and slaves….never have the people being worst off. Whatever Eritreanism ever was is now long dead (only the delusional think not). Eritreanism has now acquired a new definition, ain’t nothing pretty about it, and no amount of red lipstick on the dance floor can save it.
    Have people ever gone so high from the so low only to return back to the bottom and below in one life time? Nop!

  • Wedi Hagher September 14, 2016

    ” Whatever Eritreanism ever was is now long dead (only the delusional think not). Eritreanism has now acquired a new definition, ain’t nothing pretty about it, and no amount of red lipstick on the dance floor can save it.”

    Meshesh aka Teclay Mushmush

    Every day you are trying to inject hopelessness in the Eritrean psyche, hoping we will abandon Eritrea and embrace the ailing Mama.
    Shame on you !!!

  • rezen September 14, 2016

    Dear Compatriots
    Permit me please to be self-appointed preacher for six minutes!
    Why do you insult each other?
    Why do you have animosity – and you don’t even know each other?
    How on earth can Eritrea be saved by insulting each other?
    How is the suffering of our compatriots inside and outside Eritrea be alleviated by insulting each other?
    Oops! My time is up. By the way, I am pro CRITICAL dialogue, debate etc >>> but never demeaning argument.
    Thank You for your anticipated patience.

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