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ኃይለ ማርያም ደሳለኝ (ኃይለ ሰይጣን) በካናዳ ተባረረ | ሃገርን ለማዳን አረመኔው ግራኝም ባፋጣኝ ከሥልጣን ይወገድ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on March 24, 2022

😈 ኃይለ ሰይጣን ደሳለኝ በኦታዋ፣ ካናዳ ❖ በጽዮናውያን እኅቶች ተዋረደ፤ “ኃይለ ሰይጣን ደሳለኝ ገዳይ ጨፍጫፊ ነው!!!”

💭 ሰሜናውያኑን ጽዮናውያንን የጨፈጨፉት ደቡባውያን ኢትዮጵያ ዘስጋ፤

😈 ምኒልክ + ጣይቱ + ኃይለ ሥላሴ + መንግስቱ + ደሳለኝ + ግራኝ 😈

💭 ይህ ጭራቅ የካናዳ ቪዛ በመጀመሪያ ደረጃ እንዴት ማግኘት ቻለ?

🧒 የምዕራቡ ዓለም ግብዝነት!

👉 የቀድሞው የአሜሪካ ፕሬዚደንት ቴዎዶር ዲላኖ ሩዝቬልትመልስ አለው፡ ሩዝቬልት ስለ ዶሚኒካን ሪፐብሊክ አምባገነን ራፋኤል ትሩጂሎ ሲናገር፡ እሱ ባለጌ ሊሆን ይችላል ነገር ግን የእኛ ባለጌ ነው።

ከሩሲያ የመጡ ፀረጦርነት የሰላም አምባሳደሮች እንደ ሜትሮፖሊታን ኦፔራ ኮከብ አና ኔትሬብኮየዩክሬኑን ጦርነት ቢቃወሙም ሩሲያዊ በመሆናቸው ብቻ ከምዕራቡ ዓለም ተባረሩ ፥ ነገር ግን እንደ ኃይለ ማርያም ደሳለኝ ያሉ የኢትዮጵያ ፋሽስት ኦሮሞ መንግሥት የጦር ወንጀለኞች የካናዳ ቪዛ አግኝተዋል። ዋዉ!

🧒The Hypocrisy of the West!

Ambassadors of peace from Russia like Metropolitan Opera star Anna Netrebko who expressed her opposition to the Ukraine war are deported from the West – because they are simply Russian – But war criminals of the fascist Oromo regime of Ethiopia like Haile Mariam Desalegne get a Canadian visa. Wow!

Classical Music’s Iron Curtain

Two musicologists discuss national identity in the performing arts and the politics of blacklisting sparked by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

arlier this month, New York’s Metropolitan Opera cut ties with Anna Netrebko, the Russian soprano, after she refused to comply with the Met’s demand that she criticize Vladimir Putin amid his invasion of Ukraine. Peter Gelb, the Met’s general manager, expressed his support for the people of Ukraine, and stated, “While we believe strongly in the warm friendship and cultural exchange that has long existed between the artists and artistic institutions of Russia and the United States, we can no longer engage with artists or institutions that support Putin or are supported by him.” (In posts on social media, Netrebko criticized the invasion, but also said that forcing artists to “denounce their homeland is not right,” and has previously aligned herself with Putin.) Other institutions involved in classical music across North America and Europe have made similar decisions. The Montreal Symphony Orchestra recently scrapped appearances by the Russian pianist Alexander Malofeev, and Carnegie Hall and the Vienna Philharmonic have also cancelled performances by artists with ties to Russia.

To discuss this issue, and the politics that have always swirled around the world of classical music, I recently spoke by phone with two musicologists. Kira Thurman, an assistant professor of history and German at the University of Michigan, is the author of “Singing like Germans: Black Musicians in the Land of Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms.” Emily Richmond Pollock is an associate professor of music at M.I.T. and the author of “Opera After the Zero Hour: The Problem of Tradition and the Possibility of Renewal in Postwar West Germany.” During our conversation, which has been edited for length and clarity, we discussed how classical music was understood in Germany after the Second World War, the different ways that art and politics can mix, and the dangers of associating musical traditions with specific nationalities.

💭 How Was This Monster Able to Get a Canadian Visa, in The First Place?

👉 President Franklin D. Roosevelt has the answer: Roosevelt said about Rafael Trujillo, dictator of the Dominican Republic: “He may be a bastard, but he’s our bastard.”

America in the world

Arthur Waldron (Letters, May 3) asks: “But don’t Americans generally try to avoid entangling their interests too much with ‘corrupt authoritarian states’ and to limit their potential downside exposure?” Where has he been over the last century? Whether it be dollar diplomacy in Latin America, support for American economic interests all over the world, or the politics of the Cold War, the United States has been there backing corrupt authoritarian states. As President Franklin D. Roosevelt is reported to have said about Rafael Trujillo, dictator of the Dominican Republic: “He may be a bastard, but he’s our bastard.”

During the Reagan administration Ambassador Jeanne Kirkpatrick made a key distinction between “authoritarian” states, which were by definition saveable because they were likely to be capitalist and thus capable of being democratized over time, and “totalitarian” states that weren’t. What is happening today however is that as Communism has lost its identity and role, former “totalitarian” states are now increasingly merely “authoritarian,” like China.

Paradoxically, then, the traditional logic of American foreign policy should be to engage closely with China and other endemically corrupt authoritarian states and to try to get them to liberalize and democratize from within. But nobody is saying that this won’t take time and suffer setbacks along the way.

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