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Is The World Bank Funding The Genocidal War Against Christians of Tigray, Ethiopia?

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 15, 2022

💭 በትግራይ ክርስትያኖች ላይ ለሚደረገው የዘር ማጥፋት ጦርነት የአለም ባንክ የገንዘብ ድጋፍ እያደረገ ነው?

💭 Is the World Bank Supporting Genocide againt Orthodox Christians of Ethiopia?

The World Bank, instead of doing more to help the international community end the brutal violence and hold the perpetrators accountable, it’s giving millions of dollars to the genocidist Islamo-Protestant Oromo regime of evil Abiy Ahmed Ali. How on earth did Washington issue a US visa to the genocidist minster of the brutal unEthiopian regime? Why is this evil invited to the World Bank, in the first place?

This monster-minster and his regime have stolen the money of Ethiopian Christians – never before in world history has a so-called government denied medicine to millions of its own people, closed their infrastructure, cut off their banking system and completely deprived all means of survival, yet, Babylon America gives him visa, money, time and protection – as long as it is preparing Ethiopia and Ethiopians for the planned neo-colonialist New World Order. Babylon Europe awards the Nobel Peace Prize, the German-Africa prize, buys time, and protects it – as long as he is killing ‘his own’ people and blocking potential migrants to the EU. Babylon Arabia, Turkey and Iran give this notorious Islamo-Protestant regime money, drones, weapons and protection – as long as it is massacring, and starving to death ancient Orthodox Christians. Mind boggling, isn’t?!

Well, this fascist regime is an Islamo-Protestant regime, and the victims are Orthodox Christians. As we see in the video, the finance minister has the same name as his PM, Ahmed. They babysit the Ahmeds and Mohameds – but they massacre the Abrahams and Davids.

Let’s remember, for example, the World Bank ended direct budget support to the country in 2005 after disputed elections resulted in the deaths of hundreds of protesters at the hands of police. The regime that time was not Islamo-Protestant.

💭 Protesters supporting Tigray gather Dozens of protesters demonstrated outside the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in Washington D.C.

Our brave sister and Activist Eleni Abrha, whose father was killed in the ongoing genocide in Tigray, interrupts the genocidist finance minister Ahmed Shede’s visit to the World Bank – as he prepares to beg for more money to fund the fascist Oromo regime’s genocidal war against Christians of Ethiopia.

💭 The World’s Deadliest War Isn’t in Ukraine, But in Ethiopia

https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/the-worlds-deadliest-war-isnt-in-ukraine-but-in-ethiopia/2022/03/22/eaf4b83c-a9b6-11ec-8a8e-9c6e9fc7a0de_story.html

As the fascist Oromo regime of Ethiopia seeks international support, organisations cannot shirk their obligation to acknowledge its political realities.

This week, Ethiopia, a low-income country facing economic difficulties, is making its case for a financial bailout at the spring meetings of the World Bank and IMF.

It is also conducting a war of starvation in the northern Tigray region. Week by week soldiers are destroying everything essential to sustain life — food and farms, clinics and hospitals, water supplies.

How should the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development treat a government engaged in widespread and systematic destruction and impoverishment, not to mention killing and rape? Bank staff don’t like to make political judgments, but in this case the directors — representing the shareholders including the US and UK — cannot shirk their obligation to acknowledge the political realities in Ethiopia.

Despite an information blackout, evidence of mass atrocities is coming to light. A Belgian university group has documented more than 150 massacres. Health workers are treating hundreds of victims of rape. The aid group Médecins Sans Frontières says that 70 per cent of health facilities have been ransacked and vandalised. The US State Department reports that militia from the Amhara region have ethnically cleansed the western part of Tigray. The huge army of neighbouring Eritrea has rampaged through the region — invited in by Ethiopian prime minister Abiy Ahmed.

On April 6, the World Peace Foundation published evidence that a tripartite coalition of the Ethiopian and Eritrean armies plus Amhara militia is using starvation as a weapon of war. Before the outbreak of conflict in November, Tigray was largely free from hunger. Today, three-quarters of its 5.7m people need emergency aid. Just over 1m are receiving support — but it is routinely stolen by soldiers after it is distributed. We can expect death rates from hunger already to be rising.

The scorched earth campaign is undoing decades of development. Fruit orchards have been cut down and industries employing tens of thousands have been looted. Hotels that once hosted tourists visiting Tigray’s historic obelisks and cave churches have been stripped bare. Fertile lands in the western lowlands have been annexed by the Amhara region and Tigrayans expelled.

This looks like a concerted plan to reduce Tigray to poverty and leave its people dependent on food handouts. Regardless of who started the war and why, these actions go far beyond legitimate war aims. The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has promised to investigate allegations of war crimes.

Alongside the human rights violations, donors will assess the reconstruction needs and compile an inventory of stolen or vandalised assets. On the list will be schools, clinics, water supply systems and university research departments, among other things — many of them paid for by multilateral agencies and governments. Who will foot the bill for rebuilding? At a time of straitened aid budgets, taxpayers in donor countries will balk at paying a second time around. Shouldn’t reconstruction be the responsibility of those who inflicted the damage?

This debate takes the World Bank into the troubled water of political conditionality on economic assistance. Ethiopia will raise objections, arguing that the conflict is a domestic affair and donors have no business interfering. It will also say that there are millions of people elsewhere in the country who need donor-financed assistance, such as through the flagship productive safety net programme, which helps poor farmers. An implicit threat lurking is the potential shockwave across Africa and beyond should a country of 110m people lurch into nationwide crisis.

But the war in Tigray isn’t a regrettable bump on the road to reform. A long war will devour Ethiopia’s resources, harden its authoritarian turn and deter investment.

It is not too late to turn the country back from its track towards famine, protracted conflict and impoverishment. It starts with a ceasefire, so that aid can reach the hungry and farmers can plant. The agricultural calendar means this can’t wait. Next is peace negotiations including the agenda of restitution and reconstruction. Rebuilding will be an expense for the cash-strapped government of Ethiopia, but essential to restore its reputation as a credible partner for investors and donors.

The directors of the World Bank and IMF cannot shy away from these hard issues when they consider Ethiopian requests for additional funds over the coming weeks. They should not fund Ethiopia’s self-destruction, but instead use their leverage to insist on an end to war and starvation.

European Union Opposed to World Bank’s $300 Million Grant

The World Bank’s board has approved a $300 million grant for Ethiopia to support the immediate needs of people as they face the devastation caused by conflict in the country.

A spokesperson for the European Commission told Devex, however, that the move is “premature” and potentially “counterproductive” to the nascent peace process. Analysts following Ethiopia also expressed concern that the grant would reward the government before it opens up full humanitarian access to the conflict-hit region of Tigray.

The Ethiopian government is accused of mass killings and gender-based violence, or GBV, among a range of allegations made by human rights lawyers since fighting began in the northern Tigray region in late 2020.

💭 The World Bank Gave Abiy Ahmed’s War A Lifeline – The World Bank Has Blood On Its Hands

👉 ገብርኤል 👉 ማርያም 👉 ኡራኤል 👉 ጊዮርጊስ 👉 ተክለ ሐይማኖት 😇 ዮሴፍ 👉 መድኃኔ ዓለም

💭 የአለም ባንክ ለአብይ አህመድ ጦርነት ህይወት ዘራለት | የአለም ባንክ በእጁ ላይ ደም አለ

👹 The Depopulation Agenda. There is a sub-district in the capital, Addis Ababa, named after THE WORLD BANK (የዓለም ባንክ). This sub-district is predominantly inhabited by Muslim traders.

💭 THE WORLD BANK, POPULATION CONTROL AND THE AFRICAN ENVIRONMENT

👉 የዓለም ባንክ፣ የሕዝብ ብዛት እና የአፍሪካ አካባቢ

“ተከታታይ የዓለም ባንክ ሪፖርቶች የአፍሪካ አገራት የህዝብ ብዛት፣ የግብርና ምርት እና አካባቢያዊ መበላሸት ከችግሮቿ መካከል ዋና ዋናዎቹ እንደሆኑ አድርገው ይገልጻሉ። መልእክቱ፤ ሰዎች ከበዙ፤ አነስተኛ መሬት፣ ዝቅተኛ ምርታማነት፣ አነስተኛ ምግብ እንደሚከሰት ለማሳየት የሞከሩ ይመስላሉ። እነዚህ ግምቶች የአፍሪካ ስነ-ሕዝብ፣ የአካባቢ ለውጥ እና የምግብ ምርት ብሎም በመካከላቸው ያለውን ግንኙነት ያስተናግዳሉ፣ እነዚህም የዓለም ባንክ ሪፖርቶች ቀለል ያሉ፣ አንድ ወጥ አመክንዮ ያላቸውና ደካሞች መሆናቸውን አመልካቾች ናቸው። እነዚህን ሰነዶች የአፍሪካን ማህበረሰቦች በተቋቋሙት የዓለም ባንክ ፖሊሲዎች አማካኝነት “ልማት ማጎልበት እንደሚያስፈልጋቸው” እና’የልማት ማህበረሰቡ’ እንደ አንድ’የልማት ግምት’ ቅጽ ተደርጎ ሊወሰድ እንደሚገባ መረዳት እንችላለን።”

Successive World Bank reports identify as the major problem facing African countries the nexus among population growth, agricultural production, and environmental degradation. The message: more people; less land; lower productivity; less food, appears self-evident. These assumptions displace any empirical examination of African demography, environmental change and food production, and the relations among them, which would undermine the simplistic and unilinear logic of the World Bank’s reports. These documents can be understood as a form of ‘development discourse’, constructing African societies as in need of ‘development’ through the established policies of the World Bank and in accordance with the assumptions of the ‘development community’.

💭 Genocide of Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Christians by the Luciferians – 👹 evil Abiy Ahmed recently said: „We are too many, stop having children….world leaders/ our babysitters ordered us to fight against population growth, and against the world’s most ancient Christian communities and their written languages and Ethiopic/ Geʽez (ግዕዝ) script. If we don’t do that there won’t be governance for prosperity„

He literally said that – and he’s still in power! Mind boggling, isn’t it!? So, the fascist Galla-Oromo, Abiy Ahmed Ali is obviously their man in Addis Ababa.

👉 Amazing coincidence! The following is yesterday’s report from the United Nations Population Fund:

💭 Family Planning, A Life-Saving Intervention For Conflict-Affected Communities In Ethiopia

👉 በጣም አስገራሚ መገጣጠም፤ የተባበሩት መንግስታት በትናንትናው ዕለት የሚከተለውን ጽሑፍ አውጥቶታል። የግራኝ አንዱ ሞግዚት ተመድም፤ በልታችሁ በሰላም ለመኖር ልጅ አትውለዱ!” እያለን ነው። ዋው!

💭የቤተሰብ እቅድ፤ በኢትዮጵያ ግጭት ለተጎዱ ህብረተሰብዎች ሕይወትአዳኝ ጣልቃገብነት

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