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The Siege of Ottawa & The Siege of Tigray: No Coincidence! የኦታዋ እና የትግራይ ከበባ፡ በአጋጣሚ አይደለም!

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on February 7, 2022

💭 The Siege of Ottawa, Canada / ኦታዋ፤ የተከበበች ከተማ

Ottawa police chief threatens to ARREST citizens who give food and water to convoy truckers… the POLICE have become the terrorists

💭 ኦታዋ፤ የተከበበች ከተማ

የጀስቲን ትሩዶን የወረርሽኝ ፖለቲካ በሚቃወሙት የጭነት መኪና ነጅዎች ሳቢያ የኦታዋ ከንቲባ የአስቸኳይ ጊዜ አዋጅ በከተማዋ አወጀ (ልክ እንደ ግራኝ)

የኦታዋ ፖሊስ አዛዥ ለኮንቮይ አሽከርካሪዎች ምግብ እና ውሃ የሚሰጡ ዜጎችን በቁጥጥር ስር ለማዋል ዛተ… ፖሊሶች አሸባሪዎች ሆነዋል።

Ottawa Mayor Declares State of Emergency Amid Antigovernment Protests

A 10-day demonstration by truckers and other protesters has ensnarled Canada’s capital and led officials to warn that things could turn violent.

One day after the police chief in Canada’s capital said his city was under “siege” by thousands of truckers and other protesters angry over government policies, the mayor on Sunday declared a state of emergency and called for outside help.

“We’re in the midst of a serious emergency, the most serious emergency our city has ever faced,” the mayor of Ottawa, Jim Watson, said in a television interview after declaring the emergency. “And we need to get moving much more quickly and much more proactively to bring order back to the streets.”

“Someone is going to get killed or seriously injured because of the irresponsible behavior of some of these people,” the mayor warned.

Across Canada this weekend, thousands of protesters took to the streets for the second week in a row, snarling traffic and disrupting business and residential neighborhoods. The truckers, whose cross-country convoy sparked the protest, paralyzed downtown Ottawa and the area around Parliament, parking their vehicles in intersections and across busy thoroughfares.

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💭 The Siege of Tigray

Data Shows Siege and Destruction of Health System Are Causing Preventable Deaths In Tigray

Children are dying of malnutrition at increasing rates in Tigray due to a man-made humanitarian catastrophe, writes the head of Tigray’s health bureau.
Since the war on Tigray began in November 2020, the Ethiopian military, its Amhara allies, and Eritrean troops have committed countless atrocities.

Most significantly, the war has resulted in the near-total collapse of the region’s health care system. Before the conflict, the region’s health system was based on a sturdy foundation with enhanced community engagement, in addition to an Early Warning, Alert, and Response System.

With the looting and destruction of facilities across Tigray, the family health system has collapsed. A damage assessment study conducted by Mekelle University revealed that 78 percent of health posts, 72 percent of health centers, and 80 percent of hospitals have been destroyed.

On account of the persistent denial of critical medical supplies, health facilities—including the regional flagship hospital, Ayder Comprehensive Specialized Referral Hospital—have run out of medication for chronic illnesses and other basic life-saving medicines.

Patients at Ayder have succumbed to otherwise non-life-threatening wounds because the hospital has run out of gauze. Post-surgery patients have died of septic shock due to the shortage of antibiotics.

The destruction has wiped out 20 years of progress, returning Tigray’s health system to a time when there were no decentralized essential health services.

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😈 Everything Evil Abiy Ahmed Touches Dies: Turkish Lira’s Historic Crash / ጂኒው አብይ አህመድ የነካው ነገር ሁሉ ሞተ ፥ የቱርክ ሊራ ታሪካዊ ውድቀት

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