you are spending all this to broadcast such silly news? It shows you are not trusted. It shows you are broadcasting your news out of your mind and full of hatred. I know many business people who sale enjera in DC are just ordinary business people. You will spend another 30 years (if you survive) broadcasting such idiot and immature (Ye sefer tera were) news. Give us information that is trustworthy, reliable, fair, free of hatred and biasdeness. Ethiopia people is not as you knew before. Many of us would need information that has elements of honesty, integrity and dignity. Millions or I can say majority of us are spitting you out. It is not because we have no questions/differences with the current regime, but because you diasporas in the west, have not changed in mind after long time you immigrated. You behave like you were in Ethiopia. You are still shallow, emotional and provide irrelevant information. Our quietness does not mean we are not concerned. We disregard you
Elllll! Thank you Zehabesha for the good news.
I have not seen the news yet, but whenever Woyane start throwing mud through its cadres, you must have struck a cord. Let them sing, do what you believe is right.
This is a difficult balancing act. On the one hand, it is true that economic boycott is a legitimate and successful means of peaceful struggle against oppressive regimes such as apartheid in South Africa.
On the other, poor farmers who grow teff for survival are not necessarily supporting the regime. The best solution is to insist all producers get a fair share and cut out the middle man and government by going directly through whole sellers like “whole foods” who have a system in place to verify origin and refund proceeds to the farmer through a system know as “fair trade”. It is not ideal to let foreigners gain more control of our economy but at least it’s more transparent a than to send money in the pocket of an egocentric and ethnocentric government and their so called business men who are profiting on the misery of Ethiopian people !
When it comes to other government enterprises, the Diaspora should apply a much tougher total boycott and demand recruitment of staff including managers be done transparently on the basis of skill not ethnicity or political allegiance to the EPRDF !
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