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The Nobel Peace Prize That Paved the Way for War | NYTimes

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 15, 2021

This is the story behind how Ethiopia’s prime minister, Abiy Ahmed, won a Nobel Prize for making peace with his country’s longtime enemy — and then used the alliance to plan a war.

Secret meetings with a dictator. Clandestine troop movements. Months of quiet preparation for a war that was supposed to be swift and bloodless.

New evidence shows that Ethiopia’s prime minister, Abiy Ahmed, had been planning a military campaign in the northern Tigray region for months before war erupted one year ago, setting off a cascade of destruction and ethnic violence that has engulfed Ethiopia, Africa’s second most populous country.

Mr. Abiy, a Nobel Peace Prize laureate seen recently in fatigues commanding troops on the battlefront, insists that war was foisted upon him — that ethnic Tigrayan fighters fired the first shots in November 2020 when they attacked a federal military base in Tigray, slaughtering soldiers in their beds. That account has become an article of faith for Mr. Abiy and his supporters.

In fact, it was a war of choice for Mr. Abiy — one with wheels set in motion even before the Nobel Peace Prize win in 2019 that turned him, for a time, into a global icon of nonviolence.

The Nobel win stemmed largely from the unlikely peace deal Mr. Abiy struck with Isaias Afwerki, the authoritarian leader of Eritrea, within months of coming to power in 2018. That pact ended two decades of hostility and war between the neighboring rivals, and inspired lofty hopes for a transformed region.

Instead, the Nobel emboldened Mr. Abiy and Mr. Isaias to secretly plot a course for war against their mutual foes in Tigray, according to current and former Ethiopian officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity to avoid reprisals or protect family members inside Ethiopia.

In the months before fighting erupted in November 2020, Mr. Abiy moved troops toward Tigray and sent military cargo planes into Eritrea. Behind closed doors, his advisers and military generals debated the merits of a conflict. Those who disagreed were fired, interrogated at gunpoint or forced to leave.

Still dazzled by Mr. Abiy’s Nobel win, the West ignored those warning signs, the officials said. But ultimately it helped to pave the way to war. “From that day, Abiy felt he was one of the most influential personalities in the world,” Gebremeskel Kassa, a former senior Abiy administration official now in exile in Europe, said in an interview.

“He felt he had a lot of international support, and that if he went to war in Tigray, nothing would happen. And he was right,” he added.

Mr. Abiy’s spokeswoman, the information minister of Eritrea and the Norwegian Nobel Committee did not respond to questions for this article.

The quick and easy military victory that Mr. Abiy promised has not come to pass. The Tigrayans routed the Ethiopian troops and their Eritrean allies over the summer and last month came within 160 miles of the capital, Addis Ababa — prompting Mr. Abiy to declare a state of emergency.

Recently, the pendulum has swung back, with government forces retaking two strategic towns that had been captured by the Tigrayans — the latest twist in a conflict that has already cost tens of thousands of lives and pushed hundreds of thousands into famine-like conditions.

A Country at War With Itself

Here’s a look at why the war in Ethiopia started and how Tigray became a flash point.

Analysts say that Mr. Abiy’s journey from peacemaker to battlefield commander is a cautionary tale of how the West, desperate to find a new hero in Africa, got this leader spectacularly wrong.

“The West needs to make up for its mistakes in Ethiopia,” said Alex Rondos, formerly the European Union’s top diplomat in the Horn of Africa. “It misjudged Abiy. It empowered Isaias. Now the issue is whether a country of 110 million people can be prevented from unraveling.”

The Nobel Committee Takes a Chance

Accepting the Nobel Peace Prize in December 2019, Mr. Abiy, a former soldier, drew on his own experience to eloquently capture the horror of conflict.

“War is the epitome of hell,” he told a distinguished audience at Oslo City Hall. “I know because I have been there and back.”

To his foreign admirers, the soaring rhetoric was further proof of an exceptional leader. In his first months in power, Mr. Abiy, then 41, freed political prisoners, unshackled the press and promised free elections in Ethiopia. His peace deal with Eritrea, a pariah state, was a political moonshot for the strife-torn Horn of Africa region.

Even so, the five-member Norwegian Nobel Committee knew it was taking on a chance on Mr. Abiy, said Henrik Urdal of Peace Research Institute Oslo, which analyzes the committee’s decisions.

Mr. Abiy’s sweeping reforms were fragile and easily reversible, Mr. Urdal said, and the peace with Eritrea centered on his relationship with Mr. Isaias, a ruthless and battle-hardened autocrat.

“My partner and comrade-in-peace,” Mr. Abiy called him in Oslo.

Many Ethiopians also wanted to believe in Mr. Abiy’s promise. At a gala dinner for the new prime minister in Washington in July 2018, Dr. Kontie Moussa, an Ethiopian living in Sweden, announced to applause that he was nominating Mr. Abiy for a Nobel Peace Prize.

Back in Sweden, Dr. Kontie persuaded Anders Österberg, a parliamentarian from a low-income Stockholm district with a large immigrant population, to join his cause. Mr. Österberg traveled to Ethiopia, met with Mr. Abiy and was impressed.

He signed the Nobel papers — one of at least two nominations for Mr. Abiy that year.

In selecting Mr. Abiy, the Nobel Committee hoped to encourage him further down the path of democratic reforms, Mr. Urdal said.

Even then, though, there were signs that Mr. Abiy’s peace deal wasn’t all it seemed.

Its initial fruits, like daily commercial flights between the two countries and reopened borders, were rolled back or reversed in a matter of months. Promised trade pacts failed to materialize, and there was little concrete cooperation, the Ethiopian officials said.

Eritrea’s spies, however, gained an edge. Ethiopian intelligence detected an influx of Eritrean agents, some posing as refugees, who gathered information about Ethiopia’s military capabilities, a senior Ethiopian security official said.

The Eritreans were particularly interested in Tigray, he said.

Mr. Isaias had a long and bitter grudge against the Tigray People’s Liberation Front, which dominated Ethiopia for nearly three decades until Mr. Abiy came to power in 2018. He blamed Tigrayan leaders for the fierce border war of 1998 to 2000 between Ethiopia and Eritrea, a former province of Ethiopia, in which as many as 100,000 people were killed. He also blamed them for Eritrea’s painful international isolation, including United Nations sanctions.

For Mr. Abiy, it was more complicated.

He served in the T.P.L.F.-dominated governing coalition for eight years and was made a minister in 2015. But as an ethnic Oromo, Ethiopia’s largest ethnic group, he never felt fully accepted by Tigrayans and suffered numerous humiliations, former officials and friends said.

Tigrayans fired Mr. Abiy from his leadership position at a powerful intelligence agency in 2010. In power, he came to see the Tigrayans, still smarting from their ouster, as the biggest threat to his burgeoning ambitions.

A Spy Chief Among the Singers and Dancers

Mr. Abiy and Mr. Isaias met at least 14 times from the time they signed the peace deal until war broke out, public records and news reports show.

Unusually, the meetings were mostly one-on-one, without aides or note-takers, two former Ethiopian officials said.

They also met in secret: On at least three other occasions in 2019 and 2020, Mr. Isaias flew into Addis Ababa unannounced, one former official said. Aviation authorities were instructed to keep quiet, and an unmarked car was sent to take him to Mr. Abiy’s compound.

Around that time, Eritrean officials also regularly visited the Amhara region, which has a long history of rivalry with Tigray. Crowds thronged the streets when Mr. Isaias visited the ancient Amhara city of Gondar in November 2018, chanting, “Isaias, Isaias, Isaias!”

Later, a troupe of Eritrean singers and dancers visited Amhara. But the delegation included Eritrea’s spy chief, Abraha Kassa, who used the trip to meet with Amhara security leaders, the senior Ethiopian official said. Eritrea later agreed to train 60,000 troops from the Amhara Special Forces, a paramilitary unit that later deployed to Tigray.

Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, in February 2019, Mr. Abiy advocated an effective merger of Ethiopia, Eritrea and Djibouti — a suggestion that dismayed Ethiopian officials who saw it as straight from the playbook of Mr. Isaias.

Aides also saw the remarks as further proof of Mr. Abiy’s impulsive tendencies, leading them to cancel his news conference during the Nobel ceremonies in Oslo 10 months later.

Irreconcilable Visions Lead to War

Mr. Abiy viewed the Tigrayans as a threat to his authority — perhaps even his life — from his first days in power.

The Tigrayans had preferred another candidate as prime minister, and Mr. Abiy told friends he feared Tigrayan security officials were trying to assassinate him, an acquaintance said.

At the prime minister’s residence, soldiers were ordered to stand guard on every floor. Mr. Abiy purged ethnic Tigrayans from his security detail and created the Republican Guard, a handpicked unit under his direct control, whose troops were sent for training to the United Arab Emirates — a powerful new ally also close to Mr. Isaias, a former Ethiopian official said.

The unexplained killing of the Ethiopian military chief, Gen. Seare Mekonnen, an ethnic Tigrayan who was shot dead by a bodyguard in June 2019, heightened tensions.

The rift with the Tigrayans was also driven by profound political differences. Within weeks of the Nobel Prize decision, Mr. Abiy created the Prosperity Party, which incarnated his vision of a strong, centralized Ethiopian government.

But that vision was anathema to the millions of Ethiopians who yearned for greater regional autonomy — in particular the Tigrayans and members of his own ethnic group, the Oromo.

Accounting for about one-third of the country’s 110 million people, the Oromo have long felt excluded from power. Many hoped Mr. Abiy’s rise would change that.

But the Prosperity Party catered to Mr. Abiy’s ambitions, not theirs, and in late 2019 violent clashes between police officers and protesters erupted across the Oromia region, culminating in the death in June 2020 of a popular singer.

Against this tumultuous backdrop, the slide toward war accelerated.

Ethiopian military cargo planes began to make clandestine flights at night to bases in Eritrea, said a senior Ethiopian official.

Mr. Abiy’s top aides and military officials privately debated the merits of a war in Tigray, the former official said. Dissenters included Ethiopia’s army chief, Gen. Adem Mohammed.

By then the Tigrayans were also gearing up for war, searching for allies in the Northern Command, Ethiopia’s most powerful military unit, which was based in Tigray.

In September the Tigrayans went ahead with a regional election, in open defiance of an order from Mr. Abiy. Mr. Abiy moved troops from the Somali and Oromia regions toward Tigray.

In a video conference call in mid-October, Mr. Abiy told governing party officials that he would intervene militarily in Tigray, and that it would take only three to five days to oust the region’s leaders, said Mr. Gebremeskel, the former senior official now in exile.

On Nov. 2 the European Union foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell Fontelles, publicly appealed to both sides to halt “provocative military deployments.” The next evening, Tigrayan forces attacked an Ethiopian military base, calling it a pre-emptive strike.

Eritrean soldiers flooded into Tigray from the north. Amhara Special Forces arrived from the south. Mr. Abiy fired General Adem and announced a “law enforcement operation” in Tigray. Ethiopia’s ruinous civil war was underway.



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Massacres, Rape, Siege: Why Israel Must Stop Its UAE Ally Aiding Ethiopia’s Atrocities

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 15, 2021

The UAE is running a huge airlift arming an Ethiopian regime committing mass atrocities in Tigray. That inhumane adventurism is a strategic problem for Israel, too

The Abraham Accords gave Israel new leverage across the Arab world. Israel has new allies, notably the United Arab Emirates. It’s now vital to examine what these allies might be doing — especially when they contradict the founding values of the State of Israel.

Genocide scholars are sounding the alarm over Ethiopia, where the UAE is arming the government. Emirati-supplied weapons are encouraging Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed to go all out for a military solution, which risks mass ethnically-targeted violence.

Israel should stop its new ally before a blunder becomes a crime.

The war in Ethiopia broke out last year, pitting the Ethiopian government and its allies—Eritrea and Ethiopia’s Amhara regional state—against the Tigray region. All sides share responsibility for the war. Once it began, the Ethiopian government chose to fight with unspeakable brutality against Tigrayan civilians.

I receive daily calls from Tigrayans. My instinctive greeting, by now, is to offer condolences. Every single caller has lost a family member, often in one of the 260 documented massacres. I don’t ask about the daughters, sisters and mothers who have been raped. I hear about deaths from disease, of people who cannot get medicine because the hospitals were ransacked. I hear about children and their mothers perishing from hunger, because food was looted and plow oxen slaughtered.

This suffering is unseen. Journalists are forbidden from travelling to Tigray. The few aid workers let in work under a rigidly enforced code of silence.

Faced with imminent annihilation, Tigrayans rallied and fought back. Last June, they defeated the Ethiopian army and reoccupied their region. The government imposed a starvation siege: only about ten percent of the needed emergency aid has been allowed to get through.

Today the Tigrayan people are facing an even greater threat. Abiy Ahmed has rallied his supporters around a campaign of blatant ethnic hostility. They portray the Tigrayans as a “cancer,” “weeds,” “daylight hyenas” and “rats.” One of Abiy’s leading supporters was videotaped saying that they should be destroyed with the “utmost cruelty.”

Local militia and vigilantes are mobilized to the front line. They also instructed to patrol their own neighborhoods, far from the front line, to identify “enemies”—in practice, any Tigrayan. At least 40,000 Tigrayan civilians are believed to be held in internment camps and police stations in and around the Ethiopian capital.

Anyone who speaks of peace is hounded. A singer, Tariku Gankisi, was asked to perform at a rally, and he deviated from the script, telling the crowd, “This is no time for singing, there is nothing to sing about.” He called for peace. His microphone was shut off and the official media rounded on him, trying to force him to grovel and apologize.

Prominent elders of the peacemaking community, academics and businesspeople have also been targeted for online vilificationand real life intimidation for standing for peace or reaching out for dialogue with the opposition.

Among Tigrayans, I hear the sentiment that Ethiopia no longer wants them, and in turn they no longer want to be part of Ethiopia.

International efforts to negotiate a political solution are getting no traction. Efforts by the African Union, Kenya and the United States have been rebuffed. The Tigrayans say that they cannot trust Abiy. For his part, Abiy promises he will crush Tigray.

Abiy is emboldened by the weapons he has obtained on a global arms-buying spree. His supplies include the usual suspects—China, Russia, Ukraine and eastern European countries that manufacture small arms—and also Turkey and Iran. His most significant supplier has been the UAE, which is running a massive airlift of lethal equipment, including drones.

The UAE is a newcomer to the Horn of Africa. It sees opportunities for investment in agriculture and ports, and wants to make Ethiopia part of its security perimeter in the western Indian Ocean. Abu Dhabi was the sponsor of the peace agreement between Ethiopia and Eritrea in 2018, which won Abiy Ahmed the Nobel Peace Prize.

The Nobel committee didn’t give Eritrean president Isaias Afewerki a share in the award, because he is a totalitarian despot who runs his country like a personal fiefdom. Isaias didn’t mind. He got what he wanted, which was a security pact against Tigray — whose leaders had run Ethiopia for the previous quarter century and had fought a war against him.

It seems that when Crown Prince Mohamed bin Zayed hosted Isaias and Abiy, he promised them ongoing financial and military support. He is certainly fulfilling that promise to Abiy, even though in doing so he is defying the U.S. policy of trying to de-escalate the Ethiopian war in favor of a negotiated peace.

The UAE belatedly reconsidered its support for proxies and its air campaigns in the wars in Libya and Yemen, but not before irreparable damage had been done to those countries. It should not have to re-learn this lesson at the expense of Ethiopia. With 110 million people, characterized by significant ethnic and religious diversity, the collapse of the country would be a calamity of surpassing size.

Israel should be worried. It has ties to Ethiopia dating back to the time of Emperor Haile Selassie. It has a deep connection to the country’s historic Jewish community, the Beta Israel. It has a security interest in a country strategically positioned at the southern end of the Red Sea arena, neighboring Muslim-majority countries.

Over the years Israel has cut deals to secure its strategic interests, and to get Ethiopia to allow its Jews to emigrate. Thirty years ago, during the last months of the communist military regime, Israel reportedly supplied munitions to the Ethiopian air force in return for expediting Operation Solomon which airlifted out 39,000 Beta Israel. Recently, as the Red Sea arena has become a theater of strategic rivalries and turmoil, Israel has kept a close eye on possible threats in the region, including militant groups.

And with the Abraham Accords, Israel is becoming a partner to bin Zayed’s adventurism. In Washington DC and European capitals, Israeli and Emirati diplomats work hand in glove. The allies are building a new security architecture for the region — which is also giving the Emiratis a free pass when they go rogue.

Emirati arms may save Abiy Ahmed’s government, but, as we have seen from Libya and Yemen, saving a government may come at the cost of losing a functioning state. That could destabilize the Horn of Africa for an entire generation.

Worse still, knowingly or not, the UAE is abetting an Ethiopian regime committing mass atrocities that are escalating by the day. The warning sirens of genocide are blaring, loudly.

Israel took a moral stand against genocide in Rwanda and Darfur. It must act now when Tigrayans face that hideous prospect. It should tell its new-found ally in Abu Dhabi to stop, now, in the name of humanity.



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እስከ ፹/80 % የሚጠጋውን የዓለም/የኢትዮጵያ ነዋሪዎች በራሱ መልክና ምሳሌ የፈጠረው “ዲያብሎስ”/“እባብ” የተባለው እንስሳ ነበር

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 15, 2021

ውጊያው መንፈሳዊ ውጊያ ነው፤ ውጊያው ✞ በክርስቶስ ልጆች እና 😈 በዲያብሎስ ልጆች መካከል ነው። ይህንም ዛሬ በሃገራችን ግልጥልጥ ብሎ እያየነው ነው። በሁሉም መስክ የበላይነት ይዘው የምናያቸውና ሁሉንም ነገር የተቆጣጠሩት፤ ለአጭር ጊዜም ቢሆን፤ የዲያብሎስ ልጆች ናቸው።

የኢትዮጵያዊነት ፖለቲካ መናፍቃን = የኢትዮጵያዊነት ማንነት መናፍቃን። ላለፉት መቶ ሠላሳ ዓመታት እነዚህ መናፍቃን እና የኦሮሙማው ዘንዶ ተልዕኮ ተዋሕዶ ክርስቲያን ሰሜኑን በደረጃ አዳክሞ ማጥፋት እንደሆነ ብዙዎች እየገባቸው መጥቷል የሚል እምነት አሁን አለኝ። በተለይ በኤርትራ ተጋሩዎች ላይ የፈጸሙትን ዓይነት ኢትዮጵያን የመንጠቂያ ዘይቤ በትግራይ ተጋሩዎች ላይ በተለይ ባለፉት አሥር ወራት በመጠቀም ላይ ናቸው። የአህዛብ መናፍቃኑ ዋና ሉሲፈራዊ የጥቃት ዓላማ፤ ተጋሩ ኢትዮጵያውያን በሂደት ከኢትዮጵያዊነታቸው፣ ከሰንደቃቸው እና ከግዕዝ ቋንቋቸው እንዲነጠሉ ማድረግ፤ ይህ ከተሳካላቸው ተዋሕዶ ሃይማኖታቸውን በቀላሉ እንዲተው ማድረግ ይቻላል። በዛሬዋ ኤርትራ ከመቶ ሰላሳ ዓመታት በፊት የተከሉትን ችግኝ ዛሬ ጎንደር አካባቢ በሰፈሩ መናፍቃን ኦሮማራዎች አማካኝነት ወደ ትግራይ በማስገባት ላይ ናቸው። ጣልያኖች እኮ ያኔ፤ “አንገዛም ባሉት ሀበሾች ዘንድ ለሺህ ዓመት የሚቆይ ችግኝ ተክለናል” ብለው ነበር። ይህን ነው ዛሬ እያየነው ያለነው! በዚህ ርዕስ ዙሪያ እነዚህ ያሉ ውይይቶችን ቶሎ ቶሎ ብታቀርቡ ብዙ ተጋሩዎችን ከሚፈታተናቸው የማንነት ቀውስ ልታድኗቸው ትችላላችሁ! ከተጋሩ መንፈሳውያን አባቶች ብዙ ይጠበቃል!

💭 በቪዲዮው ዲያቆን ቢንያም ያቀረቡልንን ድንቅ መልዕክት (“በመካከላችን በሚሊየን የሚቆጠሩ እኛን የሚመስሉና ኢትዮጵያዊ ያልሆኑ የዲያብሎስ ልጆች አሉ!…”) ዛሬ ከማቀርበውና መለኮታዊ ምስጢር ከተገለጠበት አጭር ጽሑፍ ጋር በማገናኘት ነገሮችን እንገምግም፣ እንታዘብ፣ እንወቅ። ላለፉት ወራት በሰሜናውያኑ ኢትዮጵያውያን ዘንድ በተደጋጋሚ ስንታዘበው የነበረው አንድ በጥያቄ መልክ የቀረበ ዓረፍተ ነገር፤ “ይህን ሁሉ ዘመን እንዴት አብረን ልንኖር ቻልን?” የሚለው ነው።

👉 መልሱ የሚከተለው ይሆናል፤

🐍 የእባቡ/ የዘንዶው ዘር 😈

የቀደመው ሰው በምኞት ሕግ ተታልሎ የተሰጠውን ኪዳን ከሻረ በኋላ የተገለጠው ሁለተኛው የሰው ዘር ሲሆን ይህም ከእባቡ/ ከዘንዶው ዘር የተወለደ የተገኘ የተፈጠረ የሰው ዘር ነው። ከእባቡ/ዘንዶው ዘር የተውለደ ፣ የተፈጠረ ፣ የተገኝ ማለት ከእንስሳ የመጣ የሰው ዘር ማለት ነው። ይህም ማለት እንስሳት በተፈጠሩበት ሕግ የተፈጠረ ሰው ማለት ሲሆን ከእንስሳ መንፈስ የተለወለደም ወይም ከእንስሳ የዘር ሐረግ የመጣ የሰው ዘር ማለትም ይሆናል። ሁለተኛው የሰው ልጅ የዘር ሐረግ ይህ እንስሳዊ መሆኑን እናስተውል። እባቡ እና ሴቲቱ ባደረጉት የሩካቤ ግንኙነት የተጸነሰ የተወለደና የተፈጠረ የሰው ዘር ነው። ስለዚህም ነበር እግዚአብሔር አምላክ ለሙሴ በሰጠው ሕግ በኩል ሰው ከእንስሳት ጋር አካላዊም ሆነ መንፈሳዊ ወሲብ (ሩካቤ) እንዳያደርግ ያዘዘው። “እንዳትረክስባትም ከእንስሳ ጋር አትተኛ ሴት ከእርሱ ጋር ትተኛ ዘንድ በእንስሳ ፊት አትቁም የተጠላ ነገር ነውና።” [ዘሌ. ፲፰፥፳፫]

በእባቡና በሴቲቱ መሀል የነበረው ግንኙነት ግን በእግዚአብሔርና በቅድስት ድንግል ማርያም መሀል የነበረው ግንኙነትን የሚገልጽ አይደለም። ዋናው ቁምነገርና ማስተዋል የሚገባን ነገር ሁለተኛው የሰው ዘር የመጣው ከእንስሳ በተለይም ከእባቡ/ዘንዶው ዘር የተጸነሰ መሆኑን ነው።

እነዚህን ከእባቡ/ዘንዶው መንፈስ የተወለዱትን/የተፈጠሩትን የስጋ ሕዝቦች ነው ዲያብሎስ ለስሙና ለክብሩ የፈጠራቸው። የእባቡ/ዘንዶው ልጆች የተባሉት ናቸው በዲያብሎስ መልክና ምሳሌ የተፈጠሩት። እነዚህንም የፈጠራቸው ደግሞ ከላይ እንዳየነው በእንስሳ ቀመር ነው። ስለዚህም ደግሞ እነዚህ ሕዝቦች የእንስሳትን ስምና ክብር ተቀብለዋል።

ሳጥናኤል የራሱ የሆነውን ይህን የሰውን ልጅ የፈጠረበት የአእምሮ ቀመር እንስሳት የተፈጠሩበት ሕግ ሲሆን ያም ደግሞ የእባብ አእምሮ መልክና ምሳሌ ነበር። እዚህ ጋር መረዳት ያለብን መለኮታዊ ምስጢር በዓለማችን በብዛት የሚኖረውን የሰውን ልጅ፤ ምናልባት እስከ ፹/80 % የሚጠጋውን የዓለም/የኢትዮጵያ ነዋሪዎች በራሱ መልክና ምሳሌ የፈጠረው “ዲያብሎስ” የተባለው አካል “እባብ” የተባለው እንስሳ ነበር። የእባቡ አእምሮ በተዘጋጀበት ሕግ ነበር ሰውን ለሞትና ለባርነት የፈጠረው። ይህም ማለት እባብ ነው የሰውን ልጅ በራሱ አእምሮ የሞት መልክና ምሳሌ ለባረነት የፈጠረው። “ኤክስ ኤል አምስት አንድ/ XLVI” የእባቡ አእምሮ መልክና ምሳኤል ነው። እንስሳት በአንድ መጋረጃ የተዘጋጀ ሁለት የአእምሮ ክፍሎች አላቸውናል። ከዚያን ጊዜ ጀምሮ ሰው ለእንስሳት ባሪያ ሆነ።

የቻርለስ ዳርዊን ንድፈ ሐሳብ መረዳትም የሚጀምረው እዚህ ጋር ነው። እንደ ዳርዊን ንድፈ ሐሳባዊ መረዳት ሰው የመጣው ከእንስሳ ነው። እውነት ወይንስ ሐሰት? የዳርዊን የዝግመት ለውጥ /ኢቮሊውሽን ንድፈ ሐሳብ በእርግጥ ተፈጥሯዊ መሰረትና እውነታ እንዳለው ከላይ ያየነው እውነታ ይመሰክርናል። ቻርለስ ዳርዊን ሰው በዝግመት ለውጥ እየዳበረና እየጎለበተ የሄደ ንቃተ ሕሊና ይፍጠር እንጅ አመጣቱ ግን ከጦጣ መሰል እንስሳ ነው የሚል መላምት ውስጥ ዲገባ ያደረግው ይህ ከላይ የተመለከትነው የተፈጥሮ ምስጢር መሆኑ በቀላሉ መረዳት ይቻላል። ዳርዊን ለምንድን ነው ሰው የመታው ከጦጣ መሰል እንስሳ ነው ያለው? ከላይ እንደተገለጸው ሁለተኛው የሰው ዘር የመጣው ከእንስሳ ማለትም ከእባቡ ዘር ነውና ነው። እዚህ ጋር የዳርዊን ንድፈ ሐሳብ (ቲዎሪ) መሠረት ያለው የተፈጥሮ እውነት መሆኑን መረዳት ያስፈልጋል። ከእንስሳ የዘር ሐረግ የመጣ የሰው ዘር አለና ነው። የእባቡ ዘር። ሁለተኛው የሰው ዘር ከእባቡ የተወለደ የተባለው የሰው ዘር ሲሆን ይህም በዲያብሎስ መልክና ምሳሌ የተፈጠረው የሰው ዘር ነው። “ከአስር ሺህ ዓመታት በፊት የኔ ዘር የተገኘው ከኢትዮጵያ ነው” የሚለውን ሉሲፈራዊውን/ ኢሉሚናቲውንን አቶ ቻርለስ ዳርዊንን ጨምሮ አብዛኛው የዓለም ሕዝብ ከእንስሳ የሚመዘዝ የዘር ውሕድ ቀመር ነው ያለው። የእባቡ ዘር የተባለው የዘር ሐረ ነው። ከእባቡ መንፈስ የተወለደው የሰው ዘር ማለት ነው።

ይሁን እንጅ የዳርዊን ንድፈ ሐሳባዊ መረዳት ሐሰትና ሙሉ በሙሉ ተቀባይነት የሌለው የሚሆነው ደግሞ “የሰው ዘር በሙሉ ከእንስሳ ወይም ከእንስሳ መሰል ፍጡር ተገኝቷል ወይም መጥቷል” የሚለው ድምዳሜ ይሆናል። ምክኒያቱም ለላይ እንዳየነው ከእንስሳ የዘር ሐረግ ያልተገኘ ያልመጣ ያልተወለደ የሰው ዘር አለና። የ “ሴቲቱ ዘር” የተባለው የሰው ልጅ የዘር ሐረግ ከእንስሳት የመጣ የሰው ዘር አይደለምና። ይህ የመጀመሪያው የሰው ዘር ዛሬ በብዛት የሚገኘው በሰሜን ኢትዮጵያ ነው። “ጽዮናውያን” የምንለውም የሴቲቱ ንግሥተ መከዳ/ ሳባ እና ጽዮን ማርያም ዘር በመሆኑ ነው። ከእንስሳ ዘር የተገኙት የዋቄዮአላህዲያብሎስ ጭፍሮችና የተታለሉት “ሃጋር/ አጋሮቻቸው እንዲሁም በመላው ዓለም የሚገኙትና የእባቡ ዘር የሆኑት ኤዶማውያን እና እስማኤላውያን ሁሉ፤ ”ጽዮናውያንን ከምድረ ገጽ ካላጠፋን ብለው ዛሬም ሆነ ለብዙ ዘመናትም በተለያየ መንገድ የዘር ማጥፋት ጦርነቱን የከፈቱበት ዋናው ምክኒያት ይህ ጥንታውያኑን፣ የመጀመሪያውን የሴቲቱን የሰው ዘር ሙሉ በሙሉ አጥፍተው ምድርን ሙሉ በሙሉ ለብቻቸው፤ “ኬኛ” በመቆጣጠር ዋቄዮአላህዲያብሎስን ለማንገስ ስለሚሹ ነው።

አስቀድሞ የሰውን ልጅ ከምድር አፈር በመልኩና በምሳሌው የፈጠረው ግን እግዚአብሔር አምላክ መሆኑን እናውቃለን። የሰው ልጅ በዲያብሎስ መልክና ምሳሌ የተፈጠረው በምኞት ማለትም በክፋት ባሕሪ በተታለለ ጊዜ መሆኑንም እናውቀዋለን። እንዲህም ከሆነ ደግሞ የሰው ልጅ በቀዳሚው ፍጥረቱ ከእንስሳ ዘር የመጣ የተፈጠረ የተዘጋጀ ፍጡር አልነበረም ማለት ይሆናል። ይህን መለኮታዊ ምስጢር እናስተውል። በፈቃዱ ነበር ከእንስሳ በተለይም ከእባቡ ዘር ራሱን የፈጠረው። ዳርዊን ሰው ከጦጣ መሰል ፍጡር መጥቷል በማለት የሰወረውና የደበቀው አንድ ምስጢር ነበር። ይኸውም ሰው የመጣው ከጦጣ ዘር ሳይሆን ከእባቡ ዘር መሆኑን ነው።

መጽሐፍ ቅዱስ ይህ ሁለተኛው የሰው ዘር፤ ማለትም “አሕዛብ” በማለት የሚገልጻቸው ሕዝቦች የመጡት ከእንስሳ ማለትም ከእባቡ/ ዘንዶው ዘር ነውና ነው። ከእባቡ የተጸነሱና የተወለዱ የእንስሳ የዘር ሐረግ ያላቸው ናቸው። እንደዚህም ከሆነ ደግሞ የዳርዊን ንድፈ ሐሳብ/ቲዎሪ ሙሉ በሙሉ እውነት ባይሆንም የራሱ የሆነ እውነት እንደነበረው ግን መካድ አይቻልም። የተበላሸ ሰዓት እኮ በቀን ሁለቴ ትክክል ነው!

❖❖❖ሊቀ መላእክት ቅዱስ ሚካኤል ከሰማያት በግርማ ወርዶ ከእባቡ/ ከዘንዶው ዘር የተገኘውን ጂኒውን የአሕዛብ ችግኝ አብዮት አህመድ አሊን እና ወደ አክሱም ጽዮን ለመመለስ የሚሻውን እንዲሁም ከእንስሳ የዘር ሐረግ የተገኘውን የፋሺስቱን ኦሮሞ ሰአራዊቱን ባፋጣኝና በአንዲት ሌሊት በእሳት ሰይፉ ፈጅቷቸው ይደር! የገናናው መልአክ የቅዱስ ሚካኤል ጥበቃው አይለየን፣ በጸሎቱ ይማረን።❖❖❖


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Former US President Donald Trump Claims Obama Bombshell

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 15, 2021

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👉 የ አቡነ ማትያስ ግብጽ ጉብኝት

ፕሬዚደንት ሙሐመድ ሙርሲ፣ ፕሬዚደንት ባራክ ሁሴን ኦባማ እና ሸህ ሙሐመድ አላሙዲ፡ ስለ አቡነ ጳውሎስ እና ስለ ጠቅላይ ምኒስትር መለስ ዜናዊ ሞት ምን የሚያውቁት ነገር አለ?„

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👉 “Michael Savage: Was Justice Scalia Murdered?„

Donald Trump said on “Fox & Friends” Monday that he’ll reveal “very big” news about President Barack Obama by Wednesday but declined to give any hints about his plan.

“Something very, very big concerning the president of the United States,” he said. “It’s going to be very big. I know one thing — you will cover it in a very big fashion.”

Trump, who said he will announce the news on Twitter “sometime probably Wednesday,” suggested it could “possibly” impact the election. The businessman, who considered a run for the White House but endorsed former Gov. Mitt Romney, has long been a high-profile Obama birther conspiracy theorist.

Speaking later to, Trump said he would make the announcement around “noon” on Wednesday and declined to say whether he had talked to the Obama or Romney campaigns about what he intended to disclose.

“It’s a big fact,” Trump said. “I can’t talk about it ‘till Wednesday…We’ll see what happens.”



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