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Ethiopia: Peace activist protesting against the TPLF regime

Philipos Melaku-Bello, a peace activist, in on a hunger strike for Ethiopia, to protest against the TPLF regime right in front of the White House.

 

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  1. Speaking of taking responsibility, what happened to a group of self-proclaimed ‘Tigranes’ that came out briefly on the Media to claim they are against TPLF’s crimes on the people of Ethiopia? If the mostly unidentified individuals in the in diaspora that ‘grew’ in number from 16-34 that came out public to disappear in a tin air for unknown reason can’t speak up against TPLF that use-and-abuse Tigranes to commit heinous crimes against humanity and treason who would speak on behalf of Tigranes in ethnic Apartheid Ethiopia? – Where are you Northerners? Why the vanishing act?

    We Ethiopians, particularly the youth must collectively demand from ambitious political elites to come clean and straight forward with their agenda and the reasons they are seeking approval. The silent majority are watching to see movements that are led by folks with no excess luggage or baggage from past to lead the struggle. Encourage young men and women to come on the scene and insist transparency and take the role of watchdogs and adviser goes a long way to break the stalemate. Ethiopians need a clean deck to play the serious business of Nation and Democracy building.
    Viva Ethiopia Forever

  2. Speaking of taking responsibility, what happened to a group of self-proclaimed ‘Tigranes’ that came out briefly on the Media to claim they are against TPLF’s crimes on the people of Ethiopia? If the mostly unidentified individuals in the in diaspora that ‘grew’ in number from 16-34 that came out public to disappear in a tin air for unknown reason can’t speak up against TPLF that use-and-abuse Tigranes to commit heinous crimes against humanity and treason who would speak on behalf of Tigranes in ethnic Apartheid Ethiopia? – Where are you Northerners? Why the vanishing act?

    We Ethiopians, particularly the youth must collectively demand from ambitious political elites to come clean and straight forward with their agenda and the reasons they are seeking approval. The silent majority are watching to see movements that are led by folks with no excess luggage or baggage from past to lead the struggle. Encourage young men and women to come on the scene and insist transparency and take the role of watchdogs and adviser goes a long way to break the stalemate. Ethiopians need a clean deck to play the serious business of Nation and Democracy building.
    Viva Ethiopia Forever

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