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Author Archives: Alemayehu G. Mariam


Second round of State of Emergency.

The T-TPLF bosses think they can con the Ethiopian people and international community into believing that their military iron fist in a velvet glove is actually an open palm with sprinkled talcum powder.

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Rex Tillerson, Aboard the Ethiopia Freedom Train!

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Ethiopia.

On March 8, 2018, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson landed his jet at Bole Airport in Addis Ababa and hopped right on the Ethiopia Freedom Train.

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Open Memorandum to U.S Sec. of State Rex Tillerson and U.S. Amb. to Ethiopia Michael Raynor

U.S Sec. of State Rex Tillerson and U.S. Amb. to Ethiopia Michael Raynor.

I write this open memorandum on the occasion of U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s visit to Ethiopia and to publicly acknowledge the extraordinary human rights advocacy U.S. Ambassador Michael Raynor has been doing in Ethiopia since his appointment in July 2017.

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An “Independent Commissione” for Ethiopia?: A Rejoinder to Tsadkan Gebretensae

Tigrean People’s Liberation Front.

In an audaciously brazen move, Tsadkan proposed the mother of all T-TPLF scams in the form of an “independent commission” to ensure the survival of TPLF, Inc.

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To save Ethiopia from civil war, solutions must work from the ground up

Public protest in Ethiopia's Oromia rgion. February 13, 3018.

In the 2010 parliamentary election, Ethiopia's ruling party claimed 99.6 percent of the seats and 100 percent of the seats in 2015.

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Is the T-TPLF Running Another Resignation Scam in Ethiopia?

TPLF prime minster Hailemariam Desalegn “resigned”.

A state of emergency declaration is not going to save the T-TPLF! It only prolongs its agony and delays the inevitable.

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Washington puts Ethiopia’s human rights abusers on notice

America’s complicity in Ethiopia’s horrors

The U.S. Congress has set high noon on February 28, 2018, for the Ethiopian government to meet its demands for human rights accountability in H.Res.128 or face the music on the House floor.

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A Rejoinder to Seyoum Mesfin’s Call to Arms to the People of Tigray

Seyoum Mesfin’s Call to Arms to the People of Tigray.

I cannot let Mesfin’s veiled message of hate and sickening game of divide-bamboozle-hoodwink-and-rule go unchallenged. I offer this resolute rejoinder.

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Ethiopia: Cutting a Deal With the Wounded Beast (Part III)

Is it possible to reconcile with the Beast that massacred and committed mayhem on dozens of innocent Ethiopians in Woldia?

What we have today is a T-TPLF Emperor with new (no) clothes. The proverbial Emperor was told by a clever tailor he would make him a glorious outfit which is visible only to smart people.

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The Polistitution of “John” Debretsion Gebremichael

Debretsion Gebremichael, minister of communication and information technology.

The treasure trove of hacked emails show Debretision as a man preoccupied, obsessed and addicted to porn and sex-for-hire.

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Dr. Martin Luther King’s Message to Ethiopians Today

African struggles inspired Dr. King and Dr. King’s work should inspire Ethiopians today.

The negotiation to create the Beloved Ethiopian Community is fully underway now in Ethiopia. Ethiopians are reaching out to each other across religious, ethnic, regional and linguistic lines.

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Ethiopia: Tedros Adhanom’s Pay to Play at the AdWHO-ville, Geneva

Tedros Adhanom is not a medical doctor. He “holds a PhD in Community Health.

Adhanom is merely bringing to the WHO what he and his fellow thugtators have been doing in Ethiopia for the past 26 years.

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Romancing the “Wounded Beast” in Ethiopia (Part I)

Romancing the Wounded TPLF Beast

There can be no healing unless the wound inflicted over 27 years are opened and cleaned with the antiseptic of truth-finding.

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TPLF Monopoly on Economic and Political Power in Ethiopia

Former U.S. Assistant  Secretary of State for African Affairs and U.S. ambassador, Herman Jay (Hank) Cohen.

In the very last sentence of his interview, Ambassador Cohen urges, “now is a good time to do the right thing and have a national reconciliation exercise.”

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T-TPLF Playing Political Football with Political Prisoners in Ethiopia

Tigrean People’s Liberation Front.

For a decade and half, the Thugtatorship of the Tigrean People’s Liberation Front (T-TPLF) regime boldfacedly claimed it holds no political prisoners in Ethiopia.

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Trump administration deserves credit for the announced release of political prisoners in Ethiopia

The Trump Administration and Africa

President Trump and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson deserve full credit for promoting human rights and aid accountability in Ethiopia and Africa in general.

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The Year of Ethiopia-Win-Et, RISING!


If there is a way to open and look at what is in the hearts and and minds of Ethiopians, what we see is EthiopiaWINet… EthiopiaWINet is to be free.

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Kudos! Trump’s First Year Human Rights Record in Africa

Donald Trump's stunning win

I can confidently say that Trump has done more to support human rights, good governance and accountability in Africa than Obama has done in eight years.

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Ethiopia-Win-Et: Understanding the Mind of the Mastermind of Ethnic Federalism

Understanding Meles Zenawi's Mind of the Mastermind of Ethnic Federalism in Ethiopia

The battle for good and evil will be fought, won or lost, in the hearts and minds of ordinary Ethiopian men and women who have the courage to rise up and fight.

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Ethiopia-Win-Et and British Justice: The Magna Carta Lives on For Tadesse Biru Kersmo

Tadesse Biru Kersmo

Is it a coincidence that Andargachew Tsgie was abducted by the T-TPLF as a “terrorist” in July 2014 and Tadesse Kersmo charged by the U.K. Government with terrorism in July 2017?

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