Written by: Ali Orre
No treaty of peace in which the stakeholders are not part of will never be held valid.
is tacitly reserved matter for a future war.
Ethiopia and Eritrea has teamed up to reincarnate the ancient cult back into the independent Eritrea - a follow up of 50 years "Blood Sacrifice in Vain" for an interesting development which has caught everyone by surprise!
There can be no further doubt that the event in Addis Ababa last week was staged, choreographed, and packaged as a piece of political theatre, by which the pretext for a Ethio-Eritrean "reconciliation was introduced for both domestic and international "audiences".
A secret UN, US, EU, AND OU kept purposefully blind to the greatest evil in its midst by a fully complicit rogue state that has refused to leave its mission and ambition buried, unable to prevent themselves from showing their true face of treason in ceremonial fashion in the most obvious cant donned in a false musk under the theme of reconciliation for economic “IRREDENTIST” cooperation, leaving NO DOUBT about what we are facing which is the diseased dream of the imperialist approved legacy of Hiale Selase to take us back the decadent defeated colonial nightmare era. Nowhere is this more evident than in this sudden "surprise".
The idea that such a move would have been taken without complete consultation and planning with all of the pertinent parties involved is absurd. It violates every tenet of citizenship and of what we know reconciliation stages to be. Yet it has been pushed from solo side as the truth of the affair, as if the nation is not the home of a multitude of sacrifices of heroes and heriones. We find ourselves in a paradoxical situation, confronted by such a mind-boggling array of challenges and ambiguities to retail conflict resolution for the short-term instead of focusing on the strategic imperative to orchestrate an approach that broadens the incentives and particpants and creates an entirely new dynamic of constructive engagement for lasting reconciliation among citizens as well as neighbours.
However peace being our strategic choice, we appreciate and welcome the promotion of peace all the more, and give it the priority it deserves like my many compatriots who know of the sufferings and consequences of war, because we have carried arms for a free united and independent Eritrea.
Upon such a bewildering compounded circumstance, we do not know exactly what to do with ourselves, where to turn. Our experiences seem chaotic, disconnected, and confusing. There appears to be no integrating forces, no unified meaning, no true inner understanding of the current phenonmena which amply illustrated to us as justice seekers where such policitcal corruption is leading our destiny. The protracted pretence we are confronted with is merely a continuation strategy to subvert our hard won independence behind the legitimate stakeholders.
What is unfolding in the process is a direct result of the machinations of counter revolutionaries who have infiltrated the revolution and whose agenda was to destroy it from within. It is saddening to see our revolution being hijacked by agents of our erst while enemies who are now at the brink of returing our country to foreign domination agains which so many of our people perished for its independence.
We will never bey a colony again is serioulsy challenged by counter revolutionary infiltrators who are now effectivelu influencing the direction of our destination. IT is our strong and deeply considered postion that if drastic action is not taken immediately, our beloved country is defintely heading to becoming a neo-colony again.