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Genocide in Ethiopia | Nobel Peace Laureate Using Hunger as a Weapon

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on January 19, 2021

Professor Gelawdios who 30 years ago wrote a book about the 1980s Ethiopian famine has a say on the ongoing starvation and genocide in Tigray.

Due to last year’s Nobel Peace Laureate Abiy Ahmed’s government policies that deliberately multiplied the effects of the Tigray famine, around 6 million people are in danger. This year’s Nobel Peace Laureate’s The World Food Program’s (WFP) has to demonstrate to the world their „Nobleness“ by sending food relief to the Tigray region fo Ethiopia immediately. The world is watching, how the WFP reacts? The rational and humane world will ask, whether Abiy Ahmed, The UN, The Security Council & and The WFP conspire together to exterminate ancient Christian populations across the world? We saw that in Syria and Iraq. Why are they only talking the talk but not walking the walk? Is it about population control? Is it because the coronavirus killed far fewer people in Africa than in Europe and the Americas? Is The Noble Peace Prize really a License for Genocide?

There is an extreme urgent need — I don’t know what more words in English to use — to rapidly scale up the humanitarian response because the population is dying every day as we speak,” Mari Carmen Vinoles, head of the emergency unit for Doctors Without Borders, told the AP.

Tigray and Tigrayans have been subjected to extreme devastation and agony. Tigrayans are not only under an invasion and occupation, psychological warfare, ethnic profiling and targeting, but also their cries, agony and pain is in the darkness of communications blackout in order for the rest of the world not to hear. Abiy is enraged that some have escaped to Sudan and are exposing the atrocities of the war. He is now trying to portray them as criminals.

It is to stop the truth about the war from being told that the enemy forces have now blocked Tigrayan refugees from fleeing to Sudan. If we are shocked by the condition and stories of the Tigrayan refugees in Sudan, imagine the condition and stories of those blocked and trapped in western Tigray, without food and at the mercy of bloodthirsty Amhara militias.

The war on Tigray has ideological and historical causes. But it is also beyond that. The ethnic profiling and targeting, the harsh and devastating measures on Tigray and Tigrayans, the pillaging and looting, and the destruction of civilians and civilian infrastructures, the massacres, the blockade and blackout, the collective punishments, the carpet bombings and the refusal to independent investigation and allow humanitarian aid should be seen as the product of genocidal undercurrents.

The Abiy government’s plan is to eventually starve Tigray so that it can then use international aid as a weapon against the Tigrayan people, just like the communist junta did during the 1984/5 civil war and famine. That explains its refusal to allow independent humanitarian access and its insistence on controlling international aid agencies. That explains why canny Abiy Ahmed attempted last week to seduce Tigrayan Christians by transporting some of those international aids via fellow Oromo animist Abageda tribal elders – as they delivered some aids to the city of Mekelle. He prepared his evil plans for Tigray in advance, so he immediately begun sidelining, and ethnically profiling and arresting Tigrayans because his fear of their potential acts of revenge and retaliations. Sooner or later, when the going gets tough the tough get going.

What we’re witnessing in Ethiopia and the wider world is a struggle between two opposing forces; A metaphysical war between good & evil; Christ versus Satan.

The conditions for genocide against Tigrayans are ripe, and there really are intentions and deeds to destroy Tigray, and cleanse and exterminate Tigrayans. International intervention is needed to avoid a 21st century genocide of Rwandan proportions and a silent massacre of millions of Tigrayans by starvation.

👉 On the following latest information two curious observations:

First, The European Union, a foreign entity has to negotiate to the evil regime of Ethiopia so that it doesn’t starve to death its own population. Appalling!

Second, how did The UN reach an agreement with evil Abiy Ahmed on humanitarian access „ONLY IN GOVERNMENT CONTROLLED AREAS? Why are they trying to buy time by playing primitive games?The UN even apologized to the fascist regime of „Ethiopia„ for the so-called „Check point breach incident.„ when a U.N. team got shot at in Tigray. Mind boggling! It’s like The League of Nations apologizing to Fascist Italy for its atrocities and war crimes in Ethiopia during the 1936–1941 Italian occupation. The same thing is now happening in Ethiopia under black Mussolini, Abiy Ahmed.

“The United Nations reached an agreement with the Ethiopian government late last year on humanitarian access in government-controlled areas, but EU officials argue that this is insufficient.”

“International humanitarian law is not about giving access to government-controlled areas,” the EU official told Devex. “International humanitarian law means giving access to all areas where people need us, and it’s very clear that this is not the case with the current agreement. We have told the Ethiopians that we stand ready to negotiate something different, but what is now on the table is not working.”

👉 EU to Dispatch Humanitarian Negotiator to Ethiopia after Aid Suspension

“In the absence of full humanitarian access to all areas of the conflict, we have no alternative but to postpone the planned disbursement of €88 million [$106.7 million] in budget support,” Borrell wrote in a blog post.

The figure includes the suspension of three planned payments: €60 million for regional connectivity, €17.5 million for a health sector transformation plan, and €11 million for job creation.

“We were under circumstances under which by no means we could give a single euro of the EU budget to this government, because of what’s going on,” the EU official told Devex.

A spokesperson for the European Commission’s development department said Ethiopia will have to comply with the following conditions before the EU will disburse future budget support:

“Granting full humanitarian access for relief actors to reach people in need in all affected areas, in line with International Humanitarian Law.

Civilians must be able to seek refuge in neighboring countries.

Ethnically targeted measures and hate speech must stop.

Mechanisms to monitor human rights violations must be put in place to investigate allegations of breach of Human Rights.

Communication lines and media access to Tigray should be fully re-established.”

“Here, we are talking about one of our biggest partners and strategic allies in the Horn [of Africa],” Manservisi told Devex. “[Ethiopia is] one of the biggest African states, from which depends the stability not only of the Horn but also of big parts of eastern Africa and Africa at large.”

The United Nations reached an agreement with the Ethiopian government late last year on humanitarian access in government-controlled areas, but EU officials argue that this is insufficient.

“International humanitarian law is not about giving access to government-controlled areas,” the EU official told Devex. “International humanitarian law means giving access to all areas where people need us, and it’s very clear that this is not the case with the current agreement. We have told the Ethiopians that we stand ready to negotiate something different, but what is now on the table is not working.”

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