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STAUROPHOBIA: England Fans Prohibited to Wave St George’s Cross in Babylon Qatar

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 6, 2022

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

✞ ስታውሮፎቢያ / መስቀልን መፍራት ፤ በባቢሎን ኳታር የእንግሊዝ ደጋፊዎች የቅዱስ ጊዮርጊስን መስቀል እንዳያውለበልቡ ተከልክለዋል

  • ❖ የጽዮን መስቀል እና ቀለማት
  • ❖ የቅዱስ ጊዮርጊስ መስቀል በሰርቢያ
  • ❖ የአጋንንት (እስልምና) ፩ኛ ባህሪ ሁሌም ስታውሮፎቢያ (የቅዱስ መስቀል ጥላቻ ወይም መፍራት) ነው! በየቀኑ በግል ሕይወታችን የምናየው ነው።
  • ❖ The CROSS & Colors of ZION
  • ❖ St George Cross in Serbia
  • ❖ The 1st character of the demonic (Islam) is always Staurophobia (Fear of The Holy Cross or The Crucifix)! We see it every day in our personal life.

💭 England fan is involved in bitter row with Doha security officials who try to snatch his flags – while supporters in Qatar prepare to watch crucial World Cup clash against Senegal yesterday.

Jason Watson was angered as two members of staff made him unfurl four St George’s cross banners and screened them before trying to grab them.

The supporter was filmed telling officials he had approval from the relevant authorities for the flags and appeared to ultimately be allowed into the Al Bayt Stadium, but only after an uncomfortable dispute.

When challenged, he is heard saying: ‘Look, we want to go in the ground to hang them up please. What are you taking my flag for? Now you’re keeping me for no reason, you’ve got my authorization.’

After the incident, Mr Watson told MailOnline: ‘I have got permission from Fifa to place these flags in the stadium.

‘I showed them my documentation, and they made me take out all four flags and show them to them.

‘I am here four hours early, just so I could get the flags in position. I don’t need this hassle. It’s ridiculous. They have really p****d me off.’

Two officials were filmed by MailOnline confronting the supporter, who wore an England vest, taking down his details, unfurling the flags, and still chasing after him, even though he had showed them permission on his phone.

Jason added: ‘I’ve got several flags, one is from Middlesbrough, one is from Stoke one is from Lambeth, but I don’t support any particular club.

‘I am here for England. I will feel a lot better when we’ve won three nil.’


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Qatar 2022: England Fans Dressed as ‘Christian Crusaders’ are being Persecuted by The Enemies of The Cross

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 26, 2022

💭 England fans dressed as ‘Christian Crusaders’ at the World Cup were widely derided on social media after being prevented by security staff from entering a stadium in Doha.

England fans dressed as “Christian Crusaders” were seen being prevented by security staff from entering a stadium in Doha during the Qatar 2022 World Cup.

Footage on social media showed two male fans – dressed in fake armour and covered in sheets showing a red cross on a white background, commonly associated with the Crusades – being spoken to by security staff outside a stadium gate.

The stadium was the Khalifa International Stadium, according to British media reports.

The fans appeared in the clip to be walking away from the stadium after discussions with security staff.

There were unconfirmed reports online the two ‘Crusaders’ were later detained, while others said that they were allowed to enter the stadium but their swords were confiscated.

Another clip of an England fan dressed as a “crusader” and telling reporters that “fans are the essence of the game” also drew scorn online. The video was from an interview for UK news channel TalkTV. “We are what makes football,” he said.

The Crusades Were a Reasonable Response to Unchecked Islamic Aggression

The Crusades were a measured, rational response to violent and unchecked Islamic invasion and colonization.

People who believe the Crusades were somehow bad inevitably are wrong about both Christian and Muslim histories, and about the infamous and barbaric treatment of Christians under invading Muslim armies in Spain, Portugal and France between 711 and 1492.

The Crusades weren’t started by Christians or the Church. Instead, they were slow, measured, moral, reasonable and rational responses to violent and unchecked Islamic invasion and colonization. If anything, the Crusades were supremely holy when compared to the egomaniacal, selfish and hate-filled wars started by atheists between the 18th and 21st centuries. The Crusades were started to protect innocent Christians from being killed. Atheists start wars because they hate, are jealous and because they desire power. To be clear, every war started by Muslims has been, indeed a religious-inspired carnage but this doesn’t mean that every other war was religious in nature. Islam teaches that war is perfectly in keeping with Allah’s capricious and vindictive nature.

By the time the Crusades had started in 1099, invading Muslim armies had slaughtered countless thousands of Christians in the Levant, the Middle East, the Arabian Peninsula, Spain, Portugal, France and Italy. A full 90% of Christian territory had been unjustly invaded and annexed. And under the lash of their “peaceful” Muslim overlords, Christians were enslaved, raped, forced to pay the extortionist tax known as the jizya, forced to convert to their peaceful religion, and summarily executed for no other reason than they were Christians in a formerly Christian country unjustly taken over by Muslims. In fact, Muslims had controlled Spain and Portugal for 400 years before the Catholic Church came to realize that Muslims not only wanted Christian lands and wealth, but also wanted to enslave and destroy Christian souls.

To reinforce this point, let us consider the behavior of Muslims in Spain two centuries before the First Crusade. The 9th-century Christian Martyrs of Cordoba died as a result of a nonviolent campaign during the early Carolingian period in Cordoba, Spain, the seat of power of the Muslim invading forces. At the time of their martyrdom, most of the Iberian Peninsula had been under Muslim control for a century. As a response to outrageous human rights violations, a group of Christians living in Cordoba initiated a pacifistic movement that proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that Islam has never been a “religion of peace.”

Despite widescale administrative efforts on the part of the invading Muslim armies of forcing Christian Spaniards and Portuguese to convert to Islam but by threats of violence and the jizya, only the very poor were swayed — simply because they couldn’t afford the exorbitant taxes imposed on them and they were fearful for the safety of their children being sold into sexual slavery by Muslims.

The evil perpetrated by Muslim spurred a Christian revival within Muslim-occupied Spain and Portugal. However, by AD 850, the Cordoba-based government met this Christian resistance with a horrific pogrom — but, despite the terror unleashed against the Christians, very few converted to Islam.

In April 850, Muslims arrested a Catholic priest named Perfectus and accused him of insulting Mohammed and subsequently murdered him. St. Perfectus’ murder resulted not in violent riots but rather in widespread displays of Christian non-violence and noncooperation. Christians took to the main plazas of Cordoba and denounced Islam and its founder Mohammed, pointing out that the religion wasn’t based in peacefulness. Many of these Christians, clerics, monks, nuns, lay people, Muslim apostates (repentant Christians who had converted to Islam and then reverted back to Christianity) were arrested and tortured but the nonviolent protests continued through 852.

It was in this same year when local invading ruler Emir Abd al-Rahman died. Emir Mohammed I (AD 852-56) succeeded him but the Christian pacifists gained momentum. Church leaders, faced with the out-of-control nonviolent revolt in Cordoba and by a fiercely violent one in Toledo, called a council at Cordoba to end the confrontation. In December 852 the council honored the fallen as martyrs but called on Christians to avoiding any more confrontations that would result in their deaths. Church historian Eulogius of Cordova composed his Memoriale sanctorum (Memorial of the Saints) and Alvarus the first part of the Indiculus luminosus (The Remarkable List).

In June 853, five additional Christians came forward to proclaim their faith. The emir was overwhelmed by the Christians’ faith and threatened to massacre all Christian men and to sell Christian women into prostitution. Though he backed down from this initial threat, the emir purged all Christians from the government, imposed severe taxes (i.e., jizya) destroyed churches, monasteries and schools and launched a massive forced conversion of the Christian populace to Islam.

In 854, however, Alvarus published the second part of his Indiculus luminosus which condemned Mohammed and equated him with the Antichrist of the Apocalypse (1 John 2:18-22, 4:3, 2 John 1:7, Revelation 16:13, 19:20, 20:10). In 855, Christians again spoke out against the Islamic invaders in the public squares and before the magistrates, urging Muslims to convert to Christianity. For this, they were martyred out of hand, but this didn’t stem the flood of Christians eager to witness to the Faith. Eulogius was executed in 859 and with his death came the end of the martyrdom movement. However, the deaths of thousands of Christians served to reinvigorate the Crusaders fighting in the Reconquista in the unoccupied lands of Spain and Portugal.

Thus Christians, natives of their own country, chose to bless and pray for their persecutors, peacefully and nonviolently as the Master himself taught us (Luke 6:27-33):

But I tell you who hear me: Love your enemies, do good to those who hate you, bless those who curse you and pray for those who mistreat you. If anyone hits you on one cheek, let him hit the other one too; if someone takes your coat, let him have your shirt as well. Give to everyone who asks you for something and when someone takes what is yours, do not ask for it back. Do for others just what you want them to do for you. If you love only the people who love you, why should you receive a blessing? Even sinners love those who love them! And if you do good only to those who do good to you, why should you receive a blessing? Even sinners do that!

To fully understand the difference in mentality between the pacifist, non-violent attitude of the Cordoba Martyrs and their violent, oppressive Muslim overlords, we should juxtapose the Muslim legalist al-Razi’s defense of the jizya, the exorbitant and oppressive tax levied against Christians and Jews, to the wise words of the Redeemer quoted above:

The intention of taking the jizya is not to approve the disbelief of non-Muslims in Islam, but rather to spare their lives and to give them some time; in hope that during it; they might stop to reflect on the virtues of Islam and its compelling arguments and consequently converting from disbelief to belief. That’s why it’s important to pay the jizya with humiliation and servility, because naturally, any sensible person cannot stand humiliation and servility. So if the disbeliever is given some time watching the pride of Islam and hearing evidences of its authenticity, then apparently this might carry him to convert to Islam and that’s the main rationale behind the enactment of the jizya. (Tafsir al-Kabir. Koran 9:29)

“Because naturally, any sensible person cannot stand humiliation and servility.” Thus, by this Muslim scholar’s own admission, Islam is not open to the possibility of humility and humble service to others — these aren’t virtues extolled by Islam since no “sensible person” would practice them — the very two virtues Christ demands of his followers.

Islam and Christianity have little in common other than their monotheism, and Islam is certainly the cause of many wars. Christianity isn’t.

💭 Bill Warner, PhD: Jihad vs Crusades

👉 Which was worse? Watch the data and you decide. This video is part of Bill Warner’s astounding lecture: “Why we are afraid. A 1400 years secret”


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London: Protest Outside The Eritrean Embassy, Condemning Eritrea’s Occupation of Tigray, Ethiopia

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on September 6, 2022

💭 ለንደን፡ ኤርትራ በትግራይ የምታደርገውን ወረራን በማውገዝ ከኤርትራ ኤምባሲ ውጭ የተደረገ ተቃውሞ

Isaias to ICC!„

ሞት ጉጅለ ጭፍራ ህግደፍ

የብሪታኒያ ፖሊሶች የእርጉሙን ኢሳያስን ክብር ለመጠበቅ ነው ይህን ሁሉ ግብግብ የፈጠሩት። ያው፤ እንግዲህ! የሻዕቢያንም፣ የሕወሓትንም፣ የኦነግብልግናንም ስልጣን ላይ ያወጧቸው ኤዶማውያኑ ም ዕራባውያን መሆናቸውን ሰሞኑን በግልጽ እያየን ነው። ከመንግስት መግለጫ እስከ ፖሊስ እርምጃ።

ሰሜን ኢትዮጵያውያን አረመኔዎቹን ኢሳያስ አፈቆርኪንና ግራኝ አብዮት አህመድ አሊን ካስወገዱ በሕይወታቸው ያላዩትን ደስታን፣ ነፃነትንና ሰላምን ነው የሚጎናጸፉት። ይህ የአዲሱ ዓመት ተቀዳሚ ተግባር መሆን አለበት። እነዚህ ሁለት አውሬዎችና ጭፍሮቻቸው ባፋጣኝ በእሳት መጠረግ ይኖርባቸዋል!

💭 የሳጥናኤል ጎል + G7 + የለንደኑ ጉባኤ | የሉሲፈር ባንዲራ የተሰጣቸው የትግራይ እና አማራ ክልሎች ብቻ ናቸው

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 16, 2021

Moment mob armed with makeshift weapons brawl on street after protest was held near Eritrean Embassy in north London – with police making a ‘number’ of arrests

  • Footage shows a riot which broke out on streets of north London this afternoon
  • The disorder happened near the Eritrean Embassy in Islington, with flags waved
  • A large crowd was spotted, with several men fighting with makeshift weapons
  • African specialist Martin Plaut earlier advertised a protest outside the embassy

Several members of the group are shown fighting — while carrying poles and other makeshift weapons.

Crowds could be heard shouting, as buses were halted in the street by their presence.

The Met Police said that the incident began as a peaceful protest, before a separate ‘large group’ approached.

This then escalated into a ‘confrontation’, with people shouting at officers in the street, before numerous people were arrested.

Some people in the crowd held their hands in the air, crossing them at the wrist, shouting ‘stop’.

Other protesters sat in the street, blocking traffic from moving past.

In video footage from the scene, a line of police officers could be seen standing together close to the crowd.

Later on, the protesters stood close to the police line, shouting and raising their hands in the air again, with the group pushing against officers.

As the pushing continued and became stronger, the police line broke, with officers moving the protesters back.

As officers attempted to clear the street so that traffic could pass through safely, the group continued to chant and shout.

The disorder is close to the Eritrean Embassy, with at least one person in the crowd spotted waving an Eritrean flag.

Officers were then seen trying to disperse the group, shouting ‘get back’, with some pushing protesters back along the street.

Former BBC journalist and African specialist Martin Plaut earlier advertised a protest outside the Eritrean Embassy, condemning Eritrea’s occupation of the Tigray region in the north of the country.

The Metropolitan Police said in a statement: ‘Police were called at around 13:35hrs on Sunday, 4, September to reports of a disturbance in the vicinity of the Eritrean embassy in White Lion Street, Islington.

‘A peaceful demonstration had been taking place at the location when a large group approached those demonstrating.

‘A number of people then became involved in a confrontation. Officers attended and separated those involved. A police presence remains on scene and officers continue to monitor the situation.

‘A number of arrests have been made for wilful obstruction of the highway and public order offences. There have been no reports of any serious injuries.

👉 Courtesy: Daily Mail


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A Large Fire in London | ትልቅ እሳት በለንደን

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 17, 2022

London Bridge station is CLOSED and trains re-directed as 70 firefighters tackle massive blaze

  • The station is closed and all train services through it are severely disrupted
  • The fire began under a bridge next to the station and has spread to a car park
  • Around 70 firefighters are currently at the scene tackling the blaze in Southwark

A large fire has broken out next to London Bridge station forcing it to close as 70 firefighters tackled the massive blaze.

The station is closed and will remain so until further notice, with severe disruption to all journeys.

The London Fire Brigade received its first call to the incident at 9.29am this morning.

It sent around 40 firefighters, but 10 engines and an extra 30 personnel were later also called to the scene. Fire crews from Dowgate, Whitechapel, Shoreditch, Shadwell and surrounding fire stations are in attendance.

Local residents are being advised to keep their windows and doors closed to protect against the smoke, which has also spread into railway tunnels close to London Bridge station.

Several buildings in the vicinity of the fire have also been evacuated after it emerged a railway arch was completely alight.

London Fire Brigade reported that the fire was brought under control at 11.20am, but Southwark Street is closed between Southwark Bridge Road and Lavington Street whilst crews continue to work to make the scene safe.

The station has completely closed while the Jubilee line has been part suspended between Wembley Park and Stanmore, with severe delays on the rest of the line.

Both London Bridge station and Southwark Underground station remain closed, and no injuries have been reported.

Major disruption between London Bridge and Waterloo East is expected until at least 3pm this afternoon.


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Drought Declared on Parts of England | በእንግሊዝ አንዳንድ አካባቢዎች ድርቅ ታወጀ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 12, 2022

💭 A drought has officially been declared in parts of southern, south-west, central and eastern England.

The announcement means water companies can begin announcing stricter measures to conserve supplies.

The Met Office has also warned of an “exceptional” risk of fires, while much of the country is experiencing sweltering temperatures and little rainfall.

💭 They are all systematically and strategically starving my people to death – and they ain’t seen nothing yet! ሕዝቤን በረሃብ እየቀጡ ነውና፤ ገና ምን ዓይተው፤

👉 GMO + Wheat from war-torn Ukraine?! Dear Lord, please have mercy on us.

💭 I’ve just read the following stories:

👉 Food Fears Are Quickening GMO Crop Approvals, Bioceres Says

  • Consumers more comfortable with drought-resistant crops: CEO
  • Firm expects US wheat planting approval as soon as year-end

👉 U.N. Ship To Begin Moving Wheat to Food Starved People in Ethiopia From Ukraine.

A ship approached Ukraine on Friday to pick up wheat for hungry people in Ethiopia, in the first food delivery to Africa under a U.N.-brokered plan to unblock grain trapped by Russia’s war and bring relief to some of the millions worldwide on the brink of starvation.


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እነዚህን ውሾች የቀሰቀሰው ያለተለመደ የመሬት መንቀጥቀጥ በብሪታኒያ

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on September 8, 2020


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RT ክርክር | ኢትዮጵያ ከ 150 ዓመታት በፊት የተሠረቁትን ንብረቷን እንድትመልስ እንግሊዝን ጠየቀች

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on April 29, 2018

የማርያም መቀነቱን ምልክት ላለማየት፣ የነጎድጓዱን ድምጽ መልዕክት ላለመስማት አሻፈረኝ እያሉ ነው፤ የእንግሊዙ ጋዜጠኛ ትዕቢትና ግትርነት “የ ሌባ ዓይን ደረቅ መልሶ ብ ያደርቅ!” ያሰብላል

ኤግዚቢሽ የተዘጋጀው በለንደን ከሚገኘው የኢትዮጵያ ማኅበረሰብ ጋር በመመካከር ነው….መብታችን ነው፡ ኢትዮጵያ እንደ ኢራቅና ሶርያ ህግ አልባ ልትሆን ስለምትችል እዚህ መቆየት አለበት….ቅብርጥሴ.”

ምን እያዘጋጁልን እንደሆነ ልብ በሉ!

የቀማኞቹ የዔሳውና እስማኤል ዘሮች እኛን ከማታለል፣ እርስበርስ ከማዳቆስና ከማባላት አያርፉም

ትንቢተ ሚክያስ ምዕራፍ ፪:

በመኝታቸው ላይ በደልን ለሚያስቡ ክፋትንም ለሚያደርጉ ወዮላቸው! ኃይል በእጃቸው ነውና ሲነጋ ይፈጽሙታል።

በእርሻው ላይ ይመኛሉ፥ በግዴታም ይይዙታል፤ በቤቶችም ላይ ይመኛሉ፥ ይወስዱአቸውማል፤ ሰውንና ቤቱን፥ ሰውንና ርስቱንም ይነጥቃሉ።

ስለዚህ እግዚአብሔር እንዲህ ይላል። እነሆ፥ በዚህ ወገን ላይ በክፉ አስባለሁ፥ ከዚያም አንገታችሁን አታነሡም፤ ዘመኑም ክፉ ነውና ቀጥ ብላችሁ አትሄዱም።

በዚያ ቀን በምሳሌ ይመስሉባችኋል፥ በጽኑ ልቅሶም ያለቅሱላችኋል፤ እነርሱም። ፈጽመን ጠፍተናል፤ የሕዝቤን እድል ፈንታ ይሰፍራል፥ እርሱንም የሚከለክል የለም፤ እርሻችንን ለዓመፀኞች ይከፍላል ይላሉ።

ስለዚህ በእግዚአብሔር ጉባኤ መካከል በዕጣ ገመድ የሚጥል አይኖርህም።

ትንቢት አትናገሩ ብለው ይናገራሉ፤ በእነዚህ ላይ ትንቢት አይናገሩም፥ ስድብም አይርቅም።

የያዕቆብ ቤት የተባልህ ሆይ፥ በውኑ የእግዚአብሔር መንፈስ የማይታገሥ ነውን? ወይስ ሥራው እንደዚች ናትን? ቃሌስ በቅን ለሚሄድ በጎነት አያደርግምን?

ነገር ግን ከቅርብ ጊዜ ጀምሮ ሕዝቤ እንደ ጠላት ሆኖ ተነሥቶአል፤ ቀሚስንና መጐናጸፊያን ገፈፋችሁ፤ ሳይፈሩም፤ የሚያልፉትን ከሰልፍ እንደሚመለሱ አደረጋችኋቸው።

የሕዝቤንም ሴቶች ከተሸለሙ ቤቶቻቸው አሳደዳችኋቸው፤ ከሕፃናቶቻቸውም ክብሬን ለዘላለም ወሰዳችሁ።

በዚህ ዕረፍት የላችሁምና ተነሥታችሁ ሂዱ፤ በርኵሰት ምክንያት ክፉ ጥፋት ታጠፋችኋለች።

Ethiopia Demands UK Return Pillaged Treasure Taken 150 Years Ago (DEBATE)

Ethiopia is calling for the return of valuable artefacts plundered by British forces 150 years ago. The East African treasures are currently on display at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

The country has demanded that all of the looted antiquities be sent back to Ethiopia on a permanent basis, refusing an offer of a long-term loan by the V&A Museum.

Among the treasures are a gold crown and chalice seized by British forces during the Battle of Maqdala in 1868 after troops ransacked the fortress of Emperor Tewodros II. The items were sold to raise money for the British military and were first exhibited in 1872.

Crown, probably made in Gondar, Ethiopia, around 1740 © Victoria and Albert Museum, London

The V&A announced in February it was staging an exhibition with the looted treasure, reigniting the diplomatic row. Addis Ababa first requested the artefacts back in 2007, according to Ethiopian Minister of Culture and Tourism Hirut Woldemariam.

Tristram Hunt, director of the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), says the exhibition was organized in consultation with the Ethiopian community in London and remains “committed to continuing the important and wide-ranging dialogue with colleagues at the Ethiopian Embassy in London.”

The issue remains a bone of contention between the two nations, as commentators from both sides outlined to RT.

British broadcaster Jon Gaunt pointed to Iraq and Syria where antiquities have been looted by ISIS, suggesting unstable nations like Ethiopia can not be tasked with looking after their own treasures.

This argument was refuted by Ethiopian political commentator Awol Allo, blasting it as “condescending” and a “colonial narrative.” Allo said people should be able to visit Ethiopia and see the national treasures there.

Selected Comments:

I would punch that brit right between its beard and his eyes. These are thief eyes, on what ground is UK entitled to keep stolen goods. Oh, it was 200 years ago, but as everybody know stolen goods are still stolen, even after 2000 years, so they should be returned with apologies.

The British looted & stolen many things from Poor countries around the world & now they must return to the real owners.

The British museums would be empty if they decide to gave back artefacts. What about all the Great British Countryside Mansions paid for by African Slaves blood.

So, would Britain feel the same way if Ethiopia had important looted British historical artifacts on display in an Ethiopian museum? I think not. Looted history should be returned to the owners when at all possible. Theft is theft..time does not turn a theft into a legal transfer by virtue of the thief managing to hold onto it for a few generations.

Shame on the British Empire! An ancient Christian Empire looted of its Royal regalia by a professed Christian State. They even stripped the crowns from the bodies of the Emperors in their burial vault. How would the British have felt if a group of marauding Ethiopians exhumed the body of Queen Victoria and stripped the rings from her fingers? Send the loot back now!

Unless the British create ISIS in Ethiopia in the near future, there is no terrorist in Ethiopia. Ethiopian is a peaceful country. Just give the item back without any excuse …

I have a theory the U.K. wants to put Zera Yacob, Crown Prince and heir to Haile Selassie on the Ethiopian throne. He was educated at Eton. Presumably they will then return the regalia. All part of the U.K. elite’s plan to reassert control over the Horn of Africa. Al Shabaab will fulfill a similar role in Somalia. British Empire Mk ll.



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የእህተ ማርያም ቃል ተከሰተ | በመብረቅ የታጀበቸው የማርያም መቀነት ያልታወቀ ነገር በእንግሊዝ ሰማይ ላይ ወረወረች

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on April 28, 2018

ከአራት ቀናት በፊት የእንግሊዝ ሰማይ ላይ አንድ የብዙዎችን ቀልብ የገፈፈ ይህ ተዓምር ታይቶ ነበር።

መለኮታዊ ምልክት? መለኮታዊ ጣልቃ ገብነት?

ከጥቂት ዓመታት በፊት፡ በሮም ከተማ ተተክሎ የነበረው የአክሱም ኃውልትም በመብረቅ ሲመታ ነበር ጣሊያን ሳትወድ ለኢትዮጵያ እንድትመልስ የተገደደችው።

አሁንም፡ ይህ ለእንግሊዝና አባሪዎቿ የተሰጠ ማስጠንቀቂያ ነው፤ “ የሠረቅሺውን ንብረቷን ሁሉ መልሺ፣ ኢትዮጵያን መተናኮሉን አቁሚ፣ በቃሽ!” እየተባለች ነው።


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Red Sun Phenomenon ‘Caused by Hurricane Ophelia’

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 16, 2017

An “unusual” reddish sky and red-looking sun have been reported across many parts of England.

The phenomenon was initially seen in the west of England and Wales before spreading to other areas.

BBC weather presenter Simon King said it was due to the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia dragging in tropical air and dust from the Sahara.

He added that debris from forest fires in Portugal and Spain was also playing a part.

The dust has caused shorter wavelength blue light to be scattered, making it appear red.

Meanwhile, hundreds took to Twitter to share their theories and snaps of the unusual red sun and yellow skies.

Using the hashtags #redsun and #ophelia, pictures were posted with earnest tags insisting that: “There is NO colour correction on this image”.

As the skies turned beige over London, Hugh Bennett‏ wondered if: “This is what it must have been like living in the olden days when everything was sepia”, while James McNicholas‏ blamed “the hipsters” for putting “an Instagram filter” on the city.

‘Freaking us out’

But trending alongside #redsun, #yellowsky and #orangesky was the hashtag #apocalypse.

Like many Ben Shephard posted that: “Not messing around this light is really freaking us out!”, while Henry Tudor, said: “This weird light is very disturbing. I keep expecting four blokes on horses to home galloping out of the sky.”

Elliot Wagland said: “I just looked out of the window and it appears the world is about to end”, and Archer Hampson‏ said: “Somebody said we should head outside because the world was ending. We thought we’d take our cameras.”

Louise Lucas, meanwhile, wanted to know if she had missed the memo “about going home early due to #apocalypse?!” and Anthony Court posted that‏: “If the world does end -please could it be before 10pm tonight when I start my nightshift.”


Britain’s Martian sky:

Hurricane Ophelia creates ghostly red phenomenon as Saharan dust and debris from Spanish forest fires are carried on 80mph winds across the Atlantic

Britain was cast in an eerie Martian gloom as Saharan dust whipped across the Atlantic by Hurricane Ophelia shrouded the sun turning skies over the nation red. The storm is believed to have picked up dust from North Africa and debris from forest fires in Spain and Portugal as it travelled towards the UK. Skies over London have been covered in a murky orange haze as the desert dust mixes with clouds, offering residents in the capital a stark contrast to the grey that usually greets them at this time of year.

Jesus. Said. Luke 21:10-11 Then said he unto them, Nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: 11 And great earthquakes shall be in divers places, and famines, and pestilences; and fearful sights and great signs shall there be from heaven.


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No Light This Christmas in Luton, England

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 18, 2015


The Islamization of England: Bury Park. “The location is England, the buildings are English, but the culture is all very alien, hostile and unwilling to assimilate.”


I first visited Luton nearly 25 years ago when Luton Town Football Club were in Division One, the top flight of English football. Luton were an established first division team back then and had won their first and only major honour, the League Cup in 1988. In the quarter of a century since then, Luton have had a few ups but mainly downs, and nowadays they play in League Two – the fourth tier of the English game.

Luton Town FC’s downturn in fortunes in some ways echoes the fall of grace of the surrounding Bury Park area, that their Kenilworth Road ground is situated.

Bury Park is a five minute walk from Luton town centre and within, it certainly feels as though this is a parallel community. Decades of uncontrolled and needless Muslim immigration from the Indian subcontinent has transformed a once modest, proud tight knit community, beyond all recognition.

After several visits to Bury Park over the years I have noticed the area becoming gradually more and more Muslim dominated and self-segregated from the mainstream community found elsewhere in Luton. Indeed “Multiculturalism in Bury Park now seems to mean a Muslim from Pakistan living side-by-side with a Muslim from Bangladesh, not white living next to black and brown.

About one-fifth of Luton’s population is now Muslim and in Bury Park, ethnic cleansing of non-Muslims has occurred due to intimidation. For example, in an 18-month period “30 non-Muslim homes in the area have also been attacked. One white couple in their 80s had bricks – and, on one occasion, a lump of concrete – hurled through their front window. A West Indian woman in her 70s was watching television when a metal beer keg crashed through her bay window.

Bury Park and Luton in general has gone beyond a place where Muslims hold conservative values and has become synonymous with Islamic radicalisation and terrorism. Even Luton Central Mosque’s president admits Luton has become a ‘Hotbed of Extremism’ and in the eye-opening ‘My hometown fanatics’ documentary, reporter Stacey Dooley did an excellent job investigating why her hometown of Luton is known as ‘the extremist capital of Britain’.

Protests by Muslim groups have included pelting the unelected female Muslim politician Baroness Warsi with eggs while she was walking around Bury Park for ‘not being Muslim enough’ and ‘not representing Islam’ (see here). Or when thousands of grateful locals turned out in Luton town centre for a homecoming parade by British soldiers and were left shocked and dismayed when Muslims became abusive.

Beyond the childish tantrums however, there are numerous hate preachers, terrorism and suicide bombing links to Luton. The 7/7 London bombers met up in the town before their suicide missions and caught the train from Luton to London.

Things have gotten so bad for the non-Muslim population that the ‘United People of Luton’ (see video of their first demo here) movement was formed and that would quickly evolve into the nationwide ‘English Defence League’.

Therefore I was a little apprehensive about entering Bury Park for the purpose of taking photos and notes. I had initially decided to take some photos of just the buildings; however I did throw some caution to the wind and managed to get a few people in some of the pictures.

The first Islamic building I saw was the ‘Bury Park Jamie Masjid’ on Bury Park Road (pictured at the top), with elderly men dressed as though they were in downtown Islamabad entering the mosque.

However the Bury Park URC Church which was a stone’s throw away aptly had plastic protecting its windows, to prevent any damage if real stones got thrown.

On the junction of Bury Park Road and Cromwell Road was the scene below. A burqa-clad woman (presumably a female is in there?), a ‘Mo Ansar doppelgänger’ with his children, school kids on the way to a madrasa for Islamic doctrination and a halal delivery lorry. The location is England, the buildings are English, but the culture is all very alien, hostile and unwilling to assimilate.

I cannot recall seeing any Muslim women or indeed Muslim schoolgirls in Bury Park that were not wearing a hijab. I did not see any hijabs when I first visited Luton but like many other English towns and cities it has become the norm, like an act of defiance.

Pictured below is a woman wearing a niqab, a garment that was a common sight in Bury Park. Maybe an advert for niqabs could have the slogan; ‘Get the Bury Park look’? She may have been born and raised in England but it is clear what culture she favours and she doesn’t want to integrate with other cultures.

It is somewhat of a surprise that Christian places of worship still exist in Bury Park. Pictured below is a small church with the intimidating dome and minaret of Luton Central Mosque looming in the background.

On the exterior of the Luton Central Mosque pictured below is the Muslim ‘Shahada’; “There is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is his messenger.” A chilling message of conquest and superiority on a building that looks intimidating.

Bury Park really is a parallel community in every sense that has shops not just for ‘Asian’ culture but specifically for anything and everything relating to Islamic culture. Everything is halal here, all shops and businesses cater for this market.

An unexpected surprise was this public weapons disposal bin on Dunstable Road, Bury Park. Is this is Islamic culture or not? Well to be honest this is the first time I have ever seen one and its presence speaks volumes for the area.

I had finished my brief tour of Bury Park and continued my walk further up Dunstable Road where a woman with a baby in a pushchair stopped me and asked with an African accent: “I have just moved here from London. What number do I ring if I have to contact the police?” I was taken aback that of all the people she could have asked it was me, bearing in mind the purpose of me being there! I informed her to dial 999 for an emergency and 101 for a non-emergency – just like anywhere in the country. After visiting nearby Dunstable and returned through Bury Park in the dark, I thought of that lady again, and whether she was showing common sense or considerable foresight? Either way she was certainly braver than me living there.

I live in an area that has a large Pakistani Muslim population but Bury Park definitely felt as though it was a ‘Muslim area’, so far removed from the mainstream that it now could not return even if it wanted to. All this has happened in less than 50 years. It didn’t take long, did it?

There are many areas of English towns and cities that are on the way to becoming like Bury Park and there is seemingly not much we can do about it. A lost battle thanks to failed multiculturalism policies, political correctness and sheer demographics due to massimmigration and sky high birth rates.

Like Luton Town Football Club’s periods of relative success, its Bury Park neighbourhood would have once been a safe, peaceful haven for its residents. Now it is an unwelcoming, self-segregated Pakistani/Bangladeshi ghetto where Islamic extremism is rampant. Who wins? Not the people who welcomed them into their community, that’s for sure.



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