December 3, 2011
In a special discussion that was held on Saturday, December 3, Ethiopian Review and Ethiopian Current Affairs Discussion Forum have agreed to launch a joint campaign against Woyanne. The campaign involves social and economic boycott of the Woyanne fascist regime in Ethiopia and its supporters and officials in the Diaspora.
The 3-hour discussion took place among Ethiopian Review editor Elias Kifle, distinguished economist Dr Aklog Birara, Current Affairs moderator Muyaye Misiker, and over 400 participants.
Ethiopian Review also introduced its 1K5 Program that calls for finding 1,000 individuals who are willing to become sponsors by contributing $5 per day (click here for more details).
The joint anti-Woyanne social and economic boycott campaign will initially target Woyanne cadres and officials in the Diaspora and Woyanne-owned or affiliated business.
The campaign intends to identify cadres and supporters of the genocidal junta, and expose them to the public so that they can be ostracized from the community.
The economic boycott targets Woyanne-affiliated businesses by exposing them to the public.
Ethiopian Review and Current Affairs agreed to try to bring other Ethiopia media to take part in the social and economic boycott of the Woyanne junta and its supporters.
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