ETV Announced the Death of Dictator Meles Zenawi

August 20, 2012

by Kirubeal Bekele

Now Meles Zenawi is where he belongs–in hell and the missing pope, Meles Zenawi, who was missing inPress release on the upcoming visit of Abune Paulos action is now confirmed dead and has joined Aba Gebremedhin in hell and both are burning in the lake of fire.

First and foremost, I congratulate ESAT for the professional excellence displayed by it in confirming and declaring the death of this tyrant whom, not only God, but even history will never forgive. I can see it with my spiritual eyes as Monster Zenawi and Gang Gebremedhin stand in front of God’s throne in judgement both at the same time.

What we are witnessing is the miracle of divine power in living color over our country. If anyone thinks this is a coincidence or chance, he or she better check if something is missing in his/her brain.

ESAT has shined once again and has earned the respect it deserves. It has truly become the light shining our path to freedom and democracy in Ethiopia by becoming the instrument of divine power via Abebe Gellaw. Through ESAT, God has shown us that God is God and man is man.

As you can see, God is doing his share. How about us?

Related News:

Meles Zenawi is dead

by Abebe Gellaw

ESAT’s decision to report that Prime Minister Meles Zenawi is dead, according to reliable sources, has never been easy.Further discourse on the Washington DC undressing Meles Zenawi It was two weeks ago that we received the news from highly credible sources in Brussels. Our sources that want to remain anonymous as they were not authorized to speak to the media on this sensitive matter told us that the International Crisis Group (ICG) concluded that Mr. Zenawi was deceased. Headquartered in Brussels, with offices around the world, ICG is the leading independent think tank on conflict prevention and resolution around the world. It was hard to ignore information from such a highly reputable international organization.

As a responsible media outlet, ESAT tried to investigate and verify the tip meticulously before it decided to broadcast the news. To be fair to the facts, we have also scrutinized the conflicting and contradictory information coming out from the ruling TPLF clique. We have examined not only the statements and stories put out for public consumption by the TPLF, but also their conducts that tell their own stories.

As Meles Zenawi’s 21-year tyrannical rule has surely come to a screeching halt, the TPLF proved to be a heap of mess without its chieftain. Ethiopia appeared to be leaderless and cheerless. In the absence of its head, the regime appeared to be decapitated, incapacitated, incoherent, disunited, disorganized and disoriented. This is typical of a one-man regime unlike institutionally sound democratic systems (like Ghana) that cannot be easily shaken by the death or absence of one man. Like an untrained ship crew with no captain in sight, the ruling elite seem to be at a loss for direction in the face of a gathering storm. Read more…

40 Responses to ETV Announced the Death of Dictator Meles Zenawi

  1. john

    August 24, 2012 at 9:51 am

    Legesse had everything while he was alive, power, fame and money. As it has happened before since the creation of humans, he was not the first and last to go against his people and God. He almost destroyed the country culturally, economically and politically. But because he is a devil incarnate, he wants to conquer God’s house in the desert/jungle. And we know what happened. But I don’t think anybody will understand it. Let’s pray with clean hearts and God will finish the job to our surprise. But it is a lesson for everybody, if there is any who is listening. May God bless us all.

  2. Charles Haile

    August 22, 2012 at 12:16 pm

    I have never enjoyed the crying and wailing of a widow who lost her deceased husband as I felt the wailing of the wife of murderer Meles Zenawi at the Addis Ababa airport.

    Her wailing remainds me, how many mothers, fathers, daughters and sons have died on the hands of his troops somewhere in the whole of Horn of Africa. I heard, this widow was also another ex fighter of TPLF, and she used to have a commence influence on her killer husband, so now,she has to accept that other widows who lost their beloved husband because of murderer Meles Zenawi, enjoy and feel relieved at last.

    God has caught that killer and he won’t come back. Theresore, I hope, the remaining East Africans leaders will think wisely and start bridging these people who live in this region.

    I say sincerely Meles go to hell !!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Tenesa

    August 21, 2012 at 10:13 am

    Below is a link to a poem and a mourning dedicated to dictator Zenawi and his remaining TPLF gangs.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E_1_CZx54V4&feature=player_embedded#!

    TPLF will be destroyed and dismantled soon.

  4. Andrew Watuha

    August 21, 2012 at 5:08 am

    ITS SAD FOR THE DEMISE OF PM MELES ZENAWI WHO WAS INSTRUMENTAL IN THE HORN OF AFRICA AFFAIRS. MAY GOD REST HIS SOUL IN PEACE. AMEN!

  5. Zerusenai

    August 21, 2012 at 4:03 am

    The hype concerning the economy is highly misplaced for Ethiopia has been receiving $4bn of grants annually for the best part of his rule. Any seemingly positive economic change is to do with this huge inflow of resources and, of course, the force of globalization that has swept SSA as a whole. If anything, the Ethiopian economy has become so much dependent on external fund, which is sucked into running the bourgeoning bureaucracy and his security apparatus. On most other respects, he has one of the worst records. So much noise was made against Mr. Mugabe, for example, but Mr. Mugabe has not openly massacred his people as much as Mr. Zenawi did. Zimbabwe was/is crippled economically due to sanctions; in a puzzling contrast, Mr. Zenawi – the most autocratic of leaders Africa has seen – has been hugely rewarded by the west, touted as partner of the war on terror. Who would forget Mr. Zenawi’s public declaration of his “taking direct control of the security forces…” on Election Day evening in 2005 before ordering his security forces to massacre 200+ unarmed civilians on the streets of Addis Ababa? To the bafflement of most, he then rubbed shoulders with world leaders at the 2005 G8 summit in Gleneagles few days later. To give credit where it is due, he has dazzled the international stage and the numerous G8/20 meetings, as head of NEPAD. Even that dazzle, however, has been badly tainted by Mr. Zenawi’ Achilles hill – his brutal disregard for human rights and Ethiopians.

  6. belete mekonnen

    August 21, 2012 at 3:41 am

    CRY for melese:

    To all of you TPLF – CRY…CRY… CRY… again and again CRY. I Hope the practice of CRY will continue to your evil organization clicks as a whole. Even if it is for a total opposite cause, try to exercise the term ‘CRY’ which has been associated as a daily routine for the rest of us for the past 21 years. Yes, the child whose mom went for water fetching does perform the same CRY as a child whose mom deceased. TPLF an organization built with narrow minded half Eritrean half Tigrean click to kill Ethiopia and Ethiopian identities including their religious believe practices – miserably underestimated the power of people and the power of almighty GOD. You are crying for an evil organization built with the following vocabularies to its basic identity: jealous, revenge, cruel, greed, lie, and of course narrow minded. TPLF destroyed its chance of lifting the spirit of all Ethiopians as one nation, instead it chosen the narrow minded divide and rule policy of melese zenawi and his clicks die hard communist bandas ideology. TPLF – never born to listen or feel other people’s pain except its own. They looted from small to big resources sometime sharing with their western masters. The big CRY will follow when all your looted villas, buildings, factories, hotels, gold shops and houses burn to the ground. The cloud of bad time is on the sky – CRY…CRY… CRY TPLF C……R……..y that is how we felt for the past 21 painful years with you evil.

    For the rest of us: “Let’s unite our strengths, both those who are not particularly interested in faith and those who believe, because the Ideal of a humanity that is free and equal hastened by fraternal respect and mutual love’ is too beautiful and really necessary.” (Chiara Lubich)

  7. BEAHILU

    August 21, 2012 at 3:34 am

    TANKS VERY MUCH The ALMIGHTY THE TRUTH´´THE SUN, EWNTE BEHANE´´
    WHAT WE EAT, DRINK, BREATH, MINREALS, ELEMENTS EVERY THING CAME FROM ´´ THE SUN´´ THE SUN IS THE CREATER AND THE ´´THE TRUTH´´

    DEL LE EWNTE ETHIOPIA
    LET THE ALMIGHTY ALAWAYS PREVAIL

    FEEEDOM, FREEDOM, FREEDOM

  8. Mengistu Hailemariam the 2nd

    August 21, 2012 at 3:10 am

    Let him die! and go to Hell!Racist banda! Ethiopia Tikem!

  9. BEAHILU

    August 21, 2012 at 3:03 am

    IT IS THE WORK OF´´ALL THE MIGHTY THE CREATER OF THE EARTH AND THE UNIVERSE, THE TRUTH, YE ETHIOPIA AMELAKE NEW´´ MELSE WAS/IS ALIVE/ DEAD BEFORE AND ALIVE/DEAD NOW ALL HIS EVEL WORK MUST BE DESTROYED, THER ARE STILL HIS CADRES WHO WANT TO FOLLOW HIS EVEL SYESTEM LEADS BY BERKET SIMON, ABAYE SEHAYE, SEBEHATE NEGA AND OTHERS WE ALL HAVE WATCH THEM CLOSELEY WHERE THEY ARE HEADING.ETHIOPIA WILL NEVER GO BACK, JUSTICK, RULE OF LAW, FREEEDOM FOR ALL MUST COME TO ETHIOPIA.

    DEL LE WENTE ETHIOPIA
    LET THE ALL MIGHTY THE TRUTH PREVAIL

    FREEDOM, FREEDOM, FREEDOM

  10. TG3

    August 21, 2012 at 2:27 am

    For bad gay I don’t want free died
    But this is God work.

  11. d

    August 21, 2012 at 1:02 am

    Now is the time to go for what we have lost 20 years ago.

  12. Temesgen

    August 21, 2012 at 12:38 am

    I am not sudden by his death. I am sure Woyane has already selected who replaces Meles. Putting DPM Haylemariam in charge of the government is only for political consumption. He won’t last for week.

  13. Total

    August 21, 2012 at 12:02 am

    ESAT the Voice of all Ethiopians!Truthful and Trustful.I love ESAT!

  14. Aba Meray

    August 20, 2012 at 11:10 pm

    And finally all is concluded! The super devil has been killed. Yes, he was killed by millions of Ethiopian voices, God is always at the front! He knows what to do with such beasts. The world has seen many beasts such as this arrogant “Yudit Gudit” Prime Monster. And the conclusion is more or less similar. Ethiopia now celebrates before the almighty God! We are almost free, and for sure we will be totally free soon. I have seen the buildings of Addis collapsing in my dream and I am surprised that the fake buildings are collapsing in reality: Meles,Paulos, Samora, Arkebe, etc..

    I thank ESAT for the trust worthy news! Keep up the excellent work!

  15. Askale Dama

    August 20, 2012 at 10:32 pm

    Folks,

    Meles died on July 15, 2012. ESAT has been proven 100% accurate – a glorious work journalism. ESAT is heading to be the first major free Ethiopian Television, Radio and probably print medium. Wait and see.

    As for the opposition, please let’s not propose general, abstract, ideas. Let’s be very specific and concrete – gloabal action, support action for on the ground forces. Actions focusing on real active parties like Timret. Those who wish to fight for freedom know what to do. Every city where there are Ethiopian should plan protest and political activities, if they want to be part of Ethiopian freedom.

  16. Tatek

    August 20, 2012 at 9:56 pm

    The tyrant’s death that was kept a secret for so long by his irresponsible, corrupt and autocratic inner circle should be a chance for Ethiopians to come together, bury the legacy of the brutal ruler that added 21 long years to Ethiopia’s dark past and keep up the fight for justice, equality, rule of law, human rights and democracy that we desperately need at this crucial time in our nation’s history. The opposition, political and civic organizations as well as all peace, equality and justice loving Ethiopians should come together and do everything in our power to make sure that our country comes out of the yoke of oppression, tyranny and marginalization that was forced on it by the savage rule of colonel Meles Zenawi. As I said earlier, if colonel Zenawi had anything to leave behind, it is the 21 dark years he added to the history of Ethiopia’s dark past and his serving as an American stooge that sacrificed Ethiopia’s interests and national pride for the whims and pleasures of the west, particularly its political master, the United States.

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