1. About 10 years ago, a company that is run by TPLF generals was awarded, without competitive bidding, to build close to 10 sugar factories in ethiopia. Ethiopian government borrowed two billion dollar and handed it to the generals. 10 years later no sugar factory built. Ethiopian people are for the hook for $2 billion dollar and ain’t getting sugar anytime time soon. This is state capitalism, AKA inefficiency, corruption and stupid investment, in action. What ethiopia needs is a FREE MARKET CAPITALISM where private individuals run the economy and government stay where it belongs. Governments job should be restricted to law enforcement, eradication of corruption and creation of a level playing field for all people.
2. Shortage of foreign currency especially dollar and euro in ethiopia is a very good thing. Ethiopian economy is 99% controlled by tyrannical TPLF/EPRDF. When ethiopian economy suffers, the son of bitches TPLF/EPRDF suffer a great deal which is a very good thing. Destroying ethiopian economy is destroying terrorist TPLF/EPRDF. Since over 95% of ethiopians want the mafia TPLF/EPRDF destroyed, shortage of foreign currency in ethiopia is very cool. So, keep the shortage grow by a leaps and bounds.
3. The people in the amhara zone in the video without electric power for close to 2 wks, have no choice but get out in the street and march against the government that keeps them in the dark. The more the terrroist TPLF/EPRDF builds hydroelectric dams the more and more ethiopians are without electric power. Because, the electric power is sold to neighboring countries and the money goes into the bank accounts of TPLF/EPRDF members and some of the money is used to buy weapon and build jail to kill and jail Ethiopians respectively.
4. Lastly, it is a very good news that saudi authorities locked up sheikh al amoudi. He is the #1 funder of terrorist/mafia TPLF/EPRDF. Moreover, he started the displacement of millions of addis abeba resident from their homes and into the streets after he built Addis sheraton hotel which opened in 1998. The hotel is owned by an American company.
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