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የኖቤል የሰላም ሽልማት አሸናፊዋ የምያንማር ፕሬዚደንት ኦንግ ሳን ሱ ኪ ተያዙ | ቀጣዩ አረመኔው አብይ አህመድ ነው

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on February 1, 2021

የኖቤል የሰላም ሽልማት አሸናፊዋ የምያንማር ፕሬዚደንት ኦንግ ሳን ሱ ኪ ተያዙ | ቀጣዩ አረመኔው አብይ አህመድ ነው።

የምያንማር/ በርማ ሰራዊት የመፈንቅለ መንግስት በማድረግ ጠቅላይ ሚንስትሯን ኦንግ ሳን ሱ ኪ እና ዋና ዋና ፖለቲከኞችን በምርጫ ማጭበርበር ወንጀል በቁጥጥር ስር አውሏቸዋል።

👉 A lot Worse than PM Aung San Suu Kyi is Ethiopian PM + War Criminal Abiy Ahmed Arrest this cruel man now!

👉 ከጠ / ሚኒስትር ኦንግ ሳን ሱ ኪ በጣም የከፋው አብይ አህመድ ነው ፥ ይህን አረመኔ አሁን ያዙት!

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

በፃድቁ አባታችን በአቡነ ተክለ ሐይማኖት ዕለት መከሰቱ ብዙ የሚጠቁመን ነገር አለ። በዚሁ ዕለት ነበር አረመኔው አክ ዓብዮት አህመድ አሊ በትግራይ ሕዝብ ላይ ጦርነት ያወጀው፤ “የሦስት ቀን ዘመቻ” ብሎ ያው ጭፍጨፋው ያለማቋረጥ ከቀጠለ ሦስተኛ ወር ሞላው። ዋው! ከዚህ ጨካኝና ቆሻሻ ያልተመረጠ አውሬ ጋር ሲነፃፀሩ በዲሞክራሲያዊ ምርጫ ስልጣን ላይ የወጡት የምያንማሯ ጠቅላይ ሚንስት መልአክ ናቸው። ምክኒያቱም ቡድሃ እምነት ያላቸውን የምያንማር ባለቤቶች ከወራሪዎቹ የባንግላዴሽ መሀመዳውያን(ዮሂንጋ) በአገር ወዳድነት ለሕዝባቸው በመቆም ስለታገሉ ስለነበር ነው። አሁን በምያንማር/ በርማ የከፋ የወታደራዊ አምባገነንት ይመጣል፤ መሀመዳውያኑንም እንደሚጠራርጓቸው ከወዲሁ እርግጠኛ መሆን ይቻላል። በሃገራችን ግር በተቃራኒው ኦሮሞው አክዓብዮት አህመድ ለወራሪ ዘመዶቹ ኦሮሞዎች እራሱን መስዋዕት በማድረግ ሰሜን ኢትዮጵያውያንን በማስጨረስ ላይ ይገኛል፤ ይህ አውሬ ከእነ መንጋው ባፋጣኝ ከተወገደ ኢትዮጵያ የተሻለ እንደምትተነፍስ በጣም እርግጠኛ ነኝ። በቀይሽብር ዘመን የተወለደው ንጉስ አክዓብዮት አህመድ አሊ ለኢትዮጵያ ባለቤቶች መጥፎ እድልን ነው ይዞ የመጣው።

👉 ከዚሁ ጋር በተያያዘ፤ የኖቤል ሰላም ሽልማት ሰጪዋ ኖርዌይ የጠቅላይ ሚንስትር ኦንግ ሳን ሱ ኪን መታሠር በጥብቅ አውግዘዋለች።

💭 ነጠብጣቦቹንእናገናኛቸው፤

ይህ ከዓመት በፊት ልክ በዚህ ወር ቀርቦ የነበረ ቪዲዮና ጽሑፍ ነው፤ ያኛውን የዩቲውብ ቻኔሌን የብልግና ፓርቲ ካድሬዎችና የኢትዮጵያ ዘ-ስጋ አርበኞች እነ ዘመድኩን በቀለ አዘግተውት ስለነበር ቪዲዮውን እንደገና ልኬዋለሁ፦

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የማሊ ጦር ሰራዊት መፈንቅለ መንግሥት አደረገ | የኢትዮጵያ ሰራዊትስ?

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on August 18, 2020

👉 ዛሬ ፲፪/፲፪/፲፪ ነው – ቅዱስ ሚካኤል + ፍልሰታ ለማርያም

በምዕራብ አፍሪቃዋ ማሊ ፀረመንግስት ተቃዋሚዎች በሠራዊቱ ድጋ ወታደራዊ መፈንቅለ መንግስት አካሂደዋል። ጠቅላይ ሚንስትሩና ፕሬዚደንቱ ታሥረዋል። አሁን ማሊያውያን የኢትዮጵያን ቀለማት እያውለበለቡ ወደ አደባባይ በመውጣት ደስታቸውን በመግለጥ ላይ ናቸው።

ቀጣዩ በኢትዮጵያ?

በኢትዮጵያም ተመሳሳይ መፈንቅለ መንግስት በሃገርወዳድ የሠራዊቱ አባላት በቅርብ ይካሄዳል የሚል እምነት አለኝ። ሽብርተኛው አብይ በመርበትበት ላይ ነው፤ ሙቀቱ ጨምሯል። ከፖለቲከኞችና ዋጋቢስ ድርጅቶቻቸው ምንም ተስፋ የለም!

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ዶ/ር አድሃኖም ለሙጋቤ ውድቀት ምክኒያት ይሆኑን? አሁን መንግስቱ ኃ/ማርያምን ወደ “እርይይ! በከንቱ” ቶሎ ማምጣት ይገባል

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on November 15, 2017

ኅዳር ፮ ፥ ፪ሺ፲ ዓ.ም ፤ ቁስቋም ማርያም

እንኳን ለእምቤታችን ቅ/ማርያም በዓል በደስታ አደረሰን!

ባለፈው ወር ፕሬዚዳንት ሮበረት ጥጋቤ የዓለም ጤና ድርጅት ዳይሬክተር ሆኑት በ /ቴድሮስ አድሃኖም፡ የድርጅቱ በጎ ፍቃድ አምባሳደር ተደርገው መሾማቸው፡ አውቀውም ሆነ ሳያውቁ ፡ ለዚህ ለውድቀታቸው አስተዋጽኦ አብርክቶ ይሆን?

ኢትዮጵያ መንግስቱ ኃ/ማርያምን ወደ ኢትዮጵያ እንዲጠረፉ ማድረግ ተቀዳሚ ተግባሯ ይሆናል።

ፍትህ፡ ፈጠነም ዘገየምተወደደም ተጠላ መምጣቱ አይቀርም!

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This “Failed Military Coup” In Turkey Is Just Another False Flag Attack By Turkish President Erdogan To Consolidate His Power And Create A Neo-Ottoman Islamic Super State

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on July 16, 2016

erdogan-evil-eyes-copyI have to give credit where it is due- this false flag military coup in Turkey was a brilliant move by the Sultan aspirant Turkish President Erdogan at consolidating his power and furthering his goal of creating a neo-Ottoman Islamic super state.

No, I do not believe this military coup was an organic uprising. This entire situation stinks of a set-up at the highest levels of the Turkish government.

These are the undeniable facts about the current world stiuation:

–President Erdogan wants to revive the Caliphate and declare himself a new Ottoman sultan. We have covered this extensively at Shoebat.com, and his actions clearly bear this out.

–President Erdogan is loved by his people- Islam is on the rise in Turkey, and the people are becoming more religious as they are also rallying around Erdogan, while the policy of “secularism” brought in under Ataturk has been in decline

–More than just Merkel and Erdogan, but Germany and Turkey are historical allies since 1453. They worked together in the Protestant Reformation, World War I, World War II, and against the influence of the Catholic Church in Europe.

–Turkey and Russia are historical enemies, and Russo-Turkish relations are at a historic low. The Russian government’s sanctions against Turkey have destroyed the Turkish economy and Turkey is desperate to recover.

–Germany wants a war with Russia because, as we have discussed at Shoebat.com, it is trying to reassert its imperial past, and part of that includes conquering territories it has fought over against Russia since at least the year 1190.

Looking at these facts, and because there were still a lot of details that were not clear, I also had a series of questions about this coup:

–Who was behind the coup?

–What is the end goal of the coup?

–What is President Erdogan saying and doing?

–What is Russia saying?

–What is Germany saying?

–What is the public response to the coup?

–What is the government’s response?

–What is the military’s response?

–What is anybody else saying or doing in reference to this coup?

ErdoHornLooking at all of the information, and given the obscurity of data, it became clear that until some of these questions were answered, at least in part, it would not be possible to get a clearer look at the situation and assess what is really happening. But as an initial analysis, I had two possible scenarios.

The first scenario assumes that the coup was truly an act of the military against the government. This could be organized by solely the military, or it could be “influenced” by either the Germans or the Russians. Each group would have competing interests for why they would do it, but the point would be in any case to get control over Turkey in order to use that nation for a greater geopolitical end.

The second scenario is that the coup was a false flag event- it would be the government using the military to attack itself designed by nothing other than Erdogan himself. The goal would be to give the appearance of a rebellion, orchestrated at the hands of a few expendable officers, after which the coup would be violently crushed and Erdogan would re-emerged as a “victorious leader” around which people would rally. This would allow him to consolidate his power, purge his enemies with public support, and further his Islamist visions.

As the day passed, the events of the coup went as follows with an approximate timeline:

-1200 News emerges that a military coup is taking place in Turkey

-2000 Turkish government confirms a coup in taking place

-2030 Erodgan reported as being safe, several military officers supposedly taken “hostage”

-2100 Turkish government seized media outlets

-2130 Turkish government says it is still in power, tells people to “protest” the coup, says the coup will be stopped

-2200 Turkish government blames the Gulen movement for the coup

-2315 Gulen movement denies involvement

-2345 Turkey blames Gulen movement again

-0100 Crowds greet a “victorious” President Erdogan as he “bravely” returns to Turkey and encourages Turkish solidarity

This was all I needed to make my conclusions, because with this short timeline, one can observe the following-

1) An entire military coup went from start to fail in scarcely 12 hours. Military coups often times last for at the very least days, and many times can take weeks or even months. And this entire coup is over in barely half a day? Very suspicious.

2) The people are rising up and defeating the soldiers. In a real military coup, anybody who opposes the coup is violently destroyed. They do not allow the vulgar masses to rise up and crush them like what happened today in Turkey, but they rather do what happened at Tiananmen Square in China in 1989- the military just runs over the protestors and keeps going.

3) After the “coup,” Erdogan’s supporters rushed to him and rallied around him as he suddenly “emerges victorious” and promises to make Turkey stronger and better and purge his enemies. As expected, in a pattern often reproduced in many false flag attacks, the “victorious underdog” Erdogan has now become the “winner” that everybody looks to and will support his decisions without questioning them.

4) Erdogan blamed the Gulen movement consistently for the coup. This was the absolute dead give away. We have reported on Shoebat.com that Erdogan has been caught attempting false flag attacks against the Gulen movement, including the faked assassination attempt of his own son, because they are a hindrance to his Ottoman dream. The Gulen movement is not good, as it is Islamist. However, it is an obstacle to Erdogan, and he has wanted Gulen’s influence destroyed since at least 2013. The issue here, just with the ousting of Ahmet Davutoglu, is about Erdogan’s power- he wants no obstacle whatsoever to his ascendancy to the Caliphate.

Erdogan has already encouraged people to call him god as well as the new great leader of the Muslim world. But to make sure this new candidate for the antichrist has no competition to his self-proclaimed divinity, he has had to resort to the tactics of devils to purge all opposition.

Nice try Erdogan, but we see through you and we know your end game.

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Fleeing the coup: Uprising leaders who fled to Greece and claimed asylum will be returned to Turkey where they could face the death penalty

My Note: Two birds with one stone: Erdogan wants war, yet, against another Orthodox Christian nation, Greece, which is a NATO and EU member. It will be interesting to see if he gets any support from Obama, Merkel & Co. with this strategy!

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Egypt: The Mother of the ‘Brothers’ Dying?

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on July 4, 2013

Egypt’s Tragedy: Islam, Democracy and Soldiers

My Note: When I saw yesterday the Egyptian general, el-Sissi presenting Dr. ElBaradei, Egypt’s top Muslim cleric — Al-Azhar Sheik Ahmed el-Tayeb — and Coptic Pope Tawadros II, I remember of Ethiopian History1974 after Emperor Haile Selassie was deposed by the military coup

EgyptWarThe Brothers’ failure to include a wide range of views in its first government was even more foolish. Egypt, at the best of times, is hard to govern because society is polarised. Secular-minded and better-educated Egyptians generally want the country to be dragged into a modern, pluralistic and outward-looking world. A more conservative and religious stratum looks to political Islam rather than socialism or capitalism as the answer to centuries of injustice, inequality and corruption. In addition, Egypt has a large and nervous minority of Christians, perhaps a tenth of the populace of 84m, along with a much smaller minority of Shia Muslims, both of whom have been rattled by an Islamist government.

Instead of trying to build up the independent institutions—the courts, the media, a neutral civil service, army and police—that check the power of government in mature democracies, Mr Morsi did his best to undermine them. He legislated through a senate that was elected by only 10% of the voters. He made false, inept or cowardly choices at every turn, finagling constitutional issues, pushing fellow Brothers into key appointments and feeding the secularists’ fears that his brethren were determined, by hook or by crook, to Islamise every aspect of society. He stayed silent when bigots and thugs threatened and attacked religious minorities. He allowed foreigners working for advocacy groups promoting human rights and democracy to be hounded, prosecuted and convicted (most of them in absentia) on patently false charges.

That so many Egyptians should wish to get rid of Mr Morsi is therefore entirely understandable. That they have succeeded in doing so could well turn out to be a disaster, and not just for Egypt.

The precedent that Mr Morsi’s ouster sets for other shaky democracies is a terrible one. It will encourage the disaffected to try to eject governments not by voting them out but by disrupting their rule. It will create an incentive for oppositions all over the Arab world to pursue their agendas on the streets, not in parliaments. It thus will reduce the chance of peace and prosperity across the region.

It also sends a dreadful message to Islamists everywhere. The conclusion they will draw from events in Egypt is that, if they win power in elections, their opponents will use non-democratic means to oust them. So if they are allowed to come to office, they will very likely do their damnedest to cement their power by fair means or foul. Crush your opponents could well be their motto.

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Al Jazeera Egypt shut down

Egypt crisis: ‘100 women sexually assaulted in Cairo’s Tahrir Square’

My Note: Something similar and despicable act is, thank God, unthinkable at Mesqel Square in Addis Abeba. No way!

Close to 100 women have fallen victim to “rampant” sexual attacks in Cairo’s Tahrir Square during four days of protests against Egypt’s Islamist president Mohamed Morsi

Dutch Journalist Sexually Assaulted by Protesters in Tahrir Square

CNN: Egyptians Blame Obama for Morsi Repression

EgyPyramEgyptians have been protesting by the millions against now ex-President Mohammed Morsi, but there have been other noticeable themes among protesters – specifically, the anti-American theme. While Morsi’s dictatorial ways and bumbling of the economy have been the central complaint of protesters, the image of U.S. President Barack H. Obama has been prominent on many protest signs.

Obama, it will be recalled, was a principal backer of the revolution against Hosni Mubarak, and enthusiastically endorsed the election of Morsi as the first ever democratically elected leader of Egypt. When Morsi was elected in June 2012, Obama called him to congratulate him on his victory. In a statement, the White House said that the U.S. “will continue to support Egypt’s transition to democracy and stand by the Egyptian people as they fulfill the promise of their revolution.” The statement also “emphasized [Obama’s] interest in working together with President-elect Morsi, on the basis of mutual respect, to advance the many shared interests between Egypt and the United States.”

It later became clear that the Egyptian people did not necessarily appreciate Obama’s expressions of support for Morsi. In September, an Egyptian mob stormed the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, at the same time the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya was attacked.

In an interview, Obama said of Egypt that “I don’t think that we would consider them an ally, but we don’t consider them an enemy.” Regardless, he said, the current government in Egypt was “democratically elected. I think it’s a work in progress.”

As protests began to mount towards the end of 2012, Obama began expressing concern over Morsi’s repressive ways. In a statement on December 6, the White House said that “President Obama called President Morsi today to express his deep concern about the deaths and injuries of protesters in Egypt. The President emphasized that all political leaders in Egypt should make clear to their supporters that violence is unacceptable.

He welcomed President Morsi’s call for a dialogue with the opposition but stressed that such a dialogue should occur without preconditions… He reiterated the United States’ continued support for the Egyptian people and their transition to a democracy that respects the rights of all Egyptians.”

Still, Obama was clearly on Morsi’s side; in May 2013, he overrode a Congressional effort to withhold military funding to Egypt, issuing a waiver authorizing transfer of the aid over restrictions imposed by Congress, which had sought to tie the assistance to progress in human rights efforts. According to senior Congressional officials, it was unlikely Egypt could have met those criteria.

The funding was not widely publicized in the U.S., but it was noticed by the Egyptian people, who began blaming the U.S., and particularly Obama, for supporting the repressive Morsi regime. During the recent protests that led up to Morsi’s ouster, many signs and shouts accusing Obama of supporting repression could be seen in Tahrir Square, and in other protest centers.

The phenomenon was clear to CNN’s Reza Sayah, who on Wednesday night commented on the signs claiming that Obama “had allied himself with terrorists,” “Obama backs a fascist regime in Egypt,” “Obama is killing Egyptians,” and others. “Egyptians love Americans,” Sayeh said, “but they don’t love U.S. foreign policy. Remember, they will never forget that for decades, it was Washington that supported the dictator Hosni Mubarak and his brutal police state.”

On Thursday, the State Department ordered the departure of all non-essential personnel from the U.S. Embassy in Cairo. A skeleton staff will be kept on at the site, with families and non-essential personnel to be evacuated from the country. The State Department did not say if it feared a takeover of the embassy. So far, no other foreign governments have ordered an evacuation of their personnel from Egypt.

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