An Eritrean activist from Washington, DC.” warns” about Ethiopia’s “danger of civil war” while his 25-year-old tiny nation had effectively gone into pieces and got to be one of the top exile delivering countries on the planet.
At this moment, Eritrean leaders are accused of crimes against humanity: extrajudicial killing, torture, rape, indefinite national service and forced labor.Despite the shoot to kill current approach, 5000 Eritreans figured out how to escape from Eritrea, month to month. This number  does exclude the individuals who did not make it and caught or butchered at the scene.According to UNHCR report on 2/2/2016, 155,000 Eritreans are living in refugee camps in Ethiopia.
The activist, from his comfort home, has been restless. He highly agonizes over Ethiopia instead of, for the thousands of unaccompanied Eritrean children wandering in refugee camps. He communicates his adoration to his people by commending the cold-blooded leaders while misleading readers on the disturbing reality in today’s Eritrea. On the other hand, he fabricates and twists anything, which he thinks would bring chaos in Ethiopia.
The worry “danger of civil war” in Ethiopia, has turned into a relic of days gone by. This worry might have some truth in it; if it was raised a quarter century prior. Presently? Forget it! Ethiopia has made considerable progress. Ask a simple yet fundamental question: why do globally well-recognized companies are investing millions? These companies do not just throw their hard earned money in an unstable Ethiopia that you love to see. They do their homework and make decisions based on facts.
So I have very short message for you and your likes:
Eritrea has only one option to continue as a nation and as Ethiopian neighbor:
- Learn from the 25 years of miserably failed wrongdoings, against its people
- Dig a hole and bury all evil plans against Ethiopia and its inhabitants, because it doesn’t work and destroying you
- Admit that Eritrea is small and not comparable to Ethiopia, in every criterion you would like to bet
- Ethiopian diversity is a source of strength, not a weakness as many Eritreans and others thought decades ago
- Eritrea will benefit from Stronger Ethiopia, as long as you guys behave as good neighbors
- Weak, divided, war-torn Ethiopia should be at the bottom of your wish list.
Weird but true, this guy has put the following notice on his Facebook timeline: “I do not give Facebook or any entities associated with Facebook permission to use my pictures, information, messages or posts, both past and future. With this statement, I give notice to Facebook it is strictly forbidden to disclose, copy, distribute, or take any other action against me …”
Anyone who wants to learn about him can: search for “Ethiopia in Tatters and in Danger of Civil War” or visit www.geeskaafrika.com