September 11, 2012
The TPLF regime’s technocrats are still working hard on political maneuvers.
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11/09/2012 at 2:51 pm
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Ethiopia continues to be under the TPLF apartheid system unless the people rise up in unison to break this cycle. The Tigreans have lost any shame and they seem to be strengthening their total military take over of the whole country.
Folks! If you are waiting for tyranical Tigrians to come and donate the sweet power to the peoples it is occupying I am sure we will keep waiting to the end of the planet earth or until Jesus Christ comes back and liberate us. So , let us keep waiting for the proverbial free MANNA to drop from the high sky in to our waiting mouths while Tigrians(6%) make their own MANNAS by themselves here on earth and enjoy life before death.
It seems that they are appointed for Tigray region not for the ethiopian empire. Shameless Tigres. It is a sign of defeat and weakness. It is a popular upraising that checks/stops the stoneheaded Tigres. Our liberation organizations are telling us that Al Amudin and TPLF are planning a new strategy to loot the GOLD of Oromiya in Borena. It is not clear why such information is released to the peolpe. Such things are the responsibility of those organizatiopn who are cliaiming that they are fighting for the people. The people can’t stop Alamudi from taking the Gold. It should be the OLF that should do this. What is the purpose of telling such information to the people? Why don’t the liberation fighters paln as to how to stop the looters or hit them at one place while they are taking the resources?
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