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This Happened 80 Years ago to The Jews of Germany – It’s happening Now to The Tigrayan Zionist of Ethiopia

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 10, 2021

ዋይ! ዋይ! ዋይ!

😠😠😠 😢😢😢

The November Pogrom, the Holocaust, Ethnic Cleansing and Genocide are all back; this time in one country, in Ethiopia – in the 21st century.

💭 Tigrayans are Driven out of their homes in mass sent by the Oromos to concentration camps in Addis Ababa, Debre Zeit, Nazareth/Adama, Jimma, Nekemte, Negele Borana, Arba Minch and in many other unreported villages and towns – many murdered in the mountains, hills, woods and valleys of the Oromia region.

😈 Enabling fascist Abiy Ahmed to commit barbaric acts against Tigrayans, these are some of the Joseph Goebbels of Ethiopia today:


☆ Abebe Belew

☆ Ethio 360

☆ Adebabay Media

☆ Ethio-Beteseb Media

☆ Mehal Meda

☆ Haq & Saq

☆ Menilik TV

☆ Zehabesha

☆ Terara Tube

☆ Tswae

😈 Oromo Bilsigna/ Prosperity Party, (PP) = Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, (NSDAP) = Partito Nazionale Fascista, (PNF)

Tigrayan Organizations, parties and leaders must officially and immediately push to outlaw The entire Oromo Biltsigina/ Prosperity Party (PP) of the genocidal fascist regime of evil Abiy Ahmed Ali.

Tigrayan elites should learn from the experience of Germany. In Germany, the very presence of Neo-Nazis openly marching through a city bearing swastika-emblazoned flags is unthinkable, not to mention the formation of a PP like Nazi party. Germany places strict limits on speech and expression when it comes to Fascism and Nazism. It is illegal to produce, distribute or display symbols of the Nazi era — swastikas, the Hitler salute, along with many symbols. Holocaust denial is also illegal.

The law goes further. There is the legal concept of “Volksverhetzung,” the incitement to hatred: Anybody who denigrates an individual or a group based on their ethnicity or religion, or anybody who tries to rouse hatred or promotes violence against such a group or an individual, could face a sentence of up to five years in prison.

These laws apply to individuals, but they and others are also defenses against extremist political parties. The Constitutional Court, Germany’s highest court, can ban parties it deems intent on impairing or destroying the political order.

Furthermore, Germany’s legal ban comes at a cost. Limits on speech are a blunt instrument. Though it seems a legitimate and necessary act of respect toward Holocaust victims and their descendants to outlaw the denial of the Nazi atrocities.


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