THE UGLY POLITICS OF POLARIZATION OF ERITREANS IN DIASPORAS – Dr. Tesfa G. Gebremedhin

Polarization usually refers to how people think or sustain viewpoints or beliefs that drive them apart. Some people are enthused by a dangerous and dubious ideas that may gradually lead them to acquire a more

Polarization usually refers to how people think or sustain viewpoints or beliefs that drive them apart. Some people are enthused by a dangerous and dubious ideas that may gradually lead them to acquire a more extreme viewpoint which isolate or separate them from others. Polarization is the splitting of a society into distinct groups, that are alienated and divided by politics, religion, region or ethnicity though they might co-exist in the same country. As human beings, all of us harbor and entertain certain opinions or perspectives about sensitive issues in a society.

 

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  • PATRIOT AKELEGUZETAY September 7, 2019

    selam selam doctor tesfu

    i am fully agree wit your comments but also we not deny our heritage and be afrid to talk about the people that are oppressing pure eritrn people.

    • Snakedoc1 September 10, 2019

      Patriot akeleguzetay. Which history in Akeleguzay are.you claiming or associating with? Each historical sites in Akeleguzayi is in Saho language , all of list of sites are available.. as a Saho-phone these historical sites are my value. By the way, the Saho are the first people who have to welcome and resist who encroach their territory. as far as the “agazian” is concerned this is utterly a fraudulent claim no such thing even in Yemen whom we the saho have blood connection with..

  • Michael Tesfamariam September 10, 2019

    I am delightful to have people who have the courage and tenacity to speak up and confront the most disgusting and shameful political reality of Eritreans in diaspora. Thank you Dr. for your timely and critically significant article which highlights the fundamental problems of the the so called “ Eritrean opposition” that has been unable to extricate itself from this narrow and toxic regional, religious and ethnic political slag. This is why I and thousands of fellow Eritreas have been consistently rebuffing to join and contribute to any opposition movement hatched in the diaspora. Regardless the number of banners published and posted or how load street chants are screamed I am absolutely sure no change or progress can be achieved UNLESS this cancerous regional sentiments are explicitly discussed, debated and addressed. Assenna.com should be expected to play a significant role as media outlet in addressing this problem, it shouldn’t be influenced by those fringe regional fanatics just because it needs their money.

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