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100 People Are Killed by Mystery Disease in South Sudan: Who Taskforce Sent to Investigate

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 14, 2021

💭 በደቡብ ሱዳን መቶ/፻ ሰዎች በምስጢራዊ በሽታ ሞቱ፡ የዓለም ጤና ድርጅት ግብረ ኃይል ለምርመራ ተልኳል

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has begun investigating the deaths of almost 100 people in South Sudan. The deaths occurred in Fangak and Jonglei State in South Sudan.

The BBC noted that initial samples collected in the area returned negative for cholera, and spoke to the WHO’s Sheila Baya who explained the ongoing concerns. She said so far there had been 89 deaths and an investigation was ongoing.

Baya told the BBC: “We decided to send a rapid response team to go and do risk assessment and an investigation.

“That is when they will be able to collect samples from the sick people but provisionally the figure that we got was that there were 89 deaths.”

She also noted that it has become increasingly difficult to reach the Fangak area due to flooding that has made it inaccessible by land. She and her team subsequently waited for a helicopter.

The flooding in the area has been so severe it has caused over 200,000 people to flee their homes. Humanitarian agency Concern Worldwide has said it has been the worst flooding in almost 60 years.

Concern’s County Director in South Sudan, Shumon Sengupta, explained the dire situation.

He said: “The magnitude of the flooding this year has been immense. Over 200,000 people, more than a quarter of the local population in Unity State have been forced to leave their homes as a result of rising floodwaters.

“There has not been flooding on this scale in the region since 1962, according to local records, and despite agencies like Concern Worldwide working tirelessly to respond to the escalating humanitarian crisis, (with financial assistance of donors such as BHA/USAID, ECHO, GAC, EFP and UNICEF) the needs far exceed the current scale of the humanitarian response, both within and outside the camps for internally displaced people.

“Families have been displaced and are sheltering on higher ground, in public buildings or with neighbours or family. Access to basic services including health and nutrition support has been disrupted as clinics have been damaged, submerged in floodwaters, or are inaccessible.”

International charity Médecins Sans Frontières has also previously commented on how the flooding has put pressure on health facilities.

They said: “We are extremely concerned about malnutrition, with severe acute malnutrition levels two times the WHO threshold, and the number of children admitted to our hospital with severe malnutrition doubling since the start of the floods.”



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Ethiopia de facto Blockade for a Year Starves Tigray of Food & Medicine – WHO Chief Dr Tedros

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on October 13, 2021

Week after week, the Ethiopian government blockade of Tigray prevents aid agencies from moving life-saving relief of food, medicine, shelter items, fuel, and cash necessary to stop famine that continues to grow virtually uninterrupted. Today, almost a million people in northern Ethiopia are experiencing famine conditions.

Here’s what you need to know this week:

Ethiopia’s blockade of Tigray continues…

Despite protestations, the blockade put in place on June 27 continues to prevent relief assistance from entering Tigray. From September 5-7, 147 trucks of humanitarian supplies arrived in the northern Tigray region via neighboring Afar, bringing the number of humanitarian trucks that entered Tigray since July 12 to 482—a far cry from the estimated 100 trucks needed every day, or 8,700 trucks since the blockade came into effect. In addition, the blockade denies many critical supplies, including communications equipment, cash, and fuel, without which humanitarian operations cannot continue. Even personal phones, hard drives, can-openers, and multivitamins are restricted from being brought in by aid workers who manage to travel.

and is driving and human suffering and famine.

On September 16, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) released a weekly humanitarian update, providing the latest information on the impact of Ethiopia’s blockade on Tigray. Virtually every sector was forced to suspend activities, as new reports of starvation deaths have emerged.

  • Food relief aid remains suspended for a lack of supplies, cash, and trucks. Since March 27, the UN and NGOs nearly completed a three-month distribution for 5.2 million people, and with reduced supplies reached 1.4 million people in a second round. This roughly translates to four months of food for a population denied the ability to access communications, banking, or markets to support themselves.
  • Access to potable water via trucking was reduced to 25 percent coverage due to shortages in cash and fuel. Insufficient or unpotable water drive disease outbreaks, particularly for those weakened by malnutrition.
  • Health services are only partially functioning, with supplies for only 20 percent of the population at a time when disease outbreaks continue to rise. The European Union initiated Humanitarian Air Bridge arrived in Tigray with nutrition supplies, and the World Health Organization (WHO) airlifted supplies from Dubai for 150,000 people. While these massively expensive innovations are welcome, that they are necessary in the first place speaks volumes about the brutality of the blockade and the lengths to which the world is going to find solutions.
  • Nutrition assistance for children under five was suspended for children in outpatient and in-patient care due to shortages in cash, fuel, and supplies. The UN’s World Food Programme (WFP) was quoted as saying 30 percent of children under five and 80 percent of pregnant and lactating mothers now suffer from malnutrition. This is double international emergency standards for malnutrition in children and more than 5 times emergency thresholds for nursing mothers.

Some 45 days ago, UNICEF noted, “This malnutrition crisis is taking place amid extensive, systematic damage to the food, health, nutrition, water and sanitation systems and services that children and their families depend on for their survival.” It is usually children, pregnant women, and other vulnerable groups that bear the brunt of famine. Yet, since this warning from UNICEF, it bears repeating – less than 10 percent of the needed supplies to keep people alive have been allowed entry to Tigray, months after empirical evidence proved famine conditions.

Hunger and alleged atrocities are spreading beyond Tigray.

The conflict now risks expanding into a wider civil war that threatens Ethiopia and regional stability. As the war spreads, so does hunger with the UN estimating that 1.5 million more people are food insecure in the areas where the Tigray Defense Forces (TDF) has advanced in neighboring regions of Amhara and Afar in recent weeks. Their advance includes fresh accusations of atrocities that warrant independent investigation alongside alleged crimes committed in Tigray. Active conflict has prevented UN and NGOs teams from accessing conflict-impacted areas. Historically, these areas were some of the poorest subsistence communities in the region and will require assistance in addition to the 5.5 million people FEWSNET defined as ‘in crisis’ and ‘without assistance will descend into famine’ in Tigray.

Western donors have given generously to Ethiopia for decades, pouring tens of billions of dollars into Ethiopia’s economy, heavily subsidizing Ethiopia’s budget. All told, western donors contribute at least 37 percent of Ethiopia’s budget through humanitarian, development, security, and other support. Yet their efforts to raise alarm at the avalanche of credible atrocities including war crimes, crimes against humanity, ethnic cleansing, and genocide have been met with outright rejection by Ethiopia and at the UN Security Council—with China blocking efforts to put the crisis on the Council’s agenda. Even the role of perhaps the most destructive force in this conflict—Eritrean forces (EDF)—has not been addressed by the Council. Clearly, the status quo much change.

The Biden administration is stepping up the pressure.

In the face of continued violence that continues to spiral out of control, U.S. President Biden issued an Executive Order that paves the way for a sanctions regime that can target any party responsible for prolonging the conflict in northern Ethiopia, those that commit human rights abuses, and those obstructing humanitarian access including Ethiopia’s blockade of Tigray. Given the challenges facing the population, this is a step in the right direction but must be implemented and not an idle threat to be effective.

Famine will continue to grow as the blockade impedes food aid, medical and nutrition supplies, fuel, and cash. There needs to be an immediate ceasefire and end to the blockade to ensure assistance is possible to those affected in Tigray, and now in Amhara and Afar.



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WHO Chief Dr. Tedros Meets The Taliban Chief

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on September 21, 2021

💭 /ር ቴድሮስ አድሃኖም ከታሊባን ጠቅላይ ሚንስትር ጋር በካቡል አፍጋኒስታን ተገናኙ።

👂 ጆሮ ያለው ይስማ ፣ 👁 ዓይን ያለው ይመልከት፣ ላልደረሰው ያድርስ፡ ለ አሥራ ሁለት ሩብ ጉዳይ ሆኗል!⏰


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Ethiopia Is at a Crossroads. Can the Nation Survive in Its Current Form?

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 25, 2021

Ethiopia stands at a crossroads. On June 21, the country finally held the first round of long-delayed elections for the country’s parliament and Regional State Councils. Voting in the remaining 69 of the country’s 547 constituencies will take place in a second round in September. It’s not clear when (or if) voting for the 38 MPs from the war-torn Tigray region will take place.

Two things are almost certain in coming days: Election officials will announce that the governing Prosperity Party has won enough seats to form a government with current Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed remaining at its head, and opposition parties will cry foul. Though Abiy’s government will weather the storm, there is more controversy to come as he moves forward with plans to amend Ethiopia’s constitution to change the country’s ethno-federalist structure. Today, Ethiopia’s regions have recognized rights to self-determination. Abiy’s changes would strengthen the country’s federal government at the regions’ expense and create a presidential system of government to political authority. It’s a fight over the essentials of who holds power in an important and potentially unstable country.

That fight has already resulted in bloodshed. In Tigray, combat between government forces and local rebels has killed thousands of people and displaced more than 2 million. Just this week, a government airstrike on a public market in Tigray killed more than 50 people, according to local health officials.

Where did Ethiopia civil conflict come from?

Ethiopia’s troubles have been simmering, and occasionally boiling over, for many years. Despite strong economic growth over the past decade—Ethiopia’s economy generated “strong, broad-based growth averaging 9.4% a year from 2010/11 to 2019/20,” according to the World Bank—youth unemployment has long been a chronic problem, and a violent response to protests based in economic frustration in 2016 led to widespread and increasingly intense demonstrations.

Africa’s second most populous country has a long history of unrest. Its current constitution divides Ethiopia into ethnic territories, and many of the country’s conflicts come from underlying ethnically based political grievances. There are more than 90 ethnic groups living within Ethiopia’s borders, and many feel almost entirely excluded from political power.

In particular, until three years ago, members of the Oromo and Amhara communities, which together make up more than 60 percent of the population, were angry that Tigrayans, who make up just over 6 percent, had dominated Ethiopia’s government since 1991, when the nationalist Tigray People’s Liberation Front ousted Soviet-backed dictator Mengistu Haile Mariam. From 1991 until his death in 2012, Tigrayan Meles Zenawi kept order with an iron fist. Protests finally forced his successor, prime minister Hailemariam Desalegn, to step down in 2018.

Abiy Ahmed, son of an Oromo Muslim father and Amhara Christian mother, replaced Desalegn. Considered Oromo, he is the first member of that group ever to serve as prime minister. His promises for the country’s future quickly drew Western praise. He won the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize, by ending an intractable war with neighboring Eritrea, freeing political prisoners, welcoming exiled dissidents home, pledging to protect a free press, and committing his government to foster a new national unity while respecting ethnic diversity.

But there’s a troubling parallel here with the former Yugoslavia. The end of authoritarian rule in a country divided into ethnic-dominated territories can open a Pandora’s Box of fear, suspicion, and anger among ethnic groups, as it did among Serbs, Croats, Slovenes, Bosnian Muslims, Montenegrins, Kosovar Albanians, and Macedonians in the 1990s. In Ethiopia, ethnic killings began to increase in the country in 2018, displacing nearly three million people during Abiy’s first year in office. Tigray powerbrokers, convinced they would become marginalized by Abiy’s plans, began to talk of secession.

Abiy then responded with what he called a “police action” in Tigray. In November 2020, following an alleged rebel attack on an Ethiopian military base, Abiy launched a military offensive in Tigray. Since then, credible accusations have emerged that Ethiopian forces have used human mass rape, extra-judicial killing and have burned crops, killed livestock, and blocked food aid to starve the region. These actions have drawn condemnation from the Western governments that once saw Abiy as West Africa’s rising star. The U.N. now says that 350,000 Tigrayans face famine. Eritrean forces have also drawn condemnation for deliberately “starving” Tigrayans.

This is the backdrop for the current elections. On Friday, the embassies of Australia, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the Delegation of the European Union to Ethiopia released a statement that includes the following warning: “These elections have taken place in very challenging and problematic conditions with a restricted political environment, including the detention of opposition members, harassment of media representatives, and parties facing difficulties in freely campaigning. There is a challenging security environment in many areas, and internally displaced people have not been sufficiently registered to vote or included in the elections. The number of women running for office reduced by almost a third from the last general elections.”

This is the crossroads for Ethiopia. Can the nation survive in its current form? Which is more dangerous for its future: An open hand or a closed fist?



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Three MSF Employees ‘Brutally Murdered’ in Ethiopia’s Tigray

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 25, 2021

የ፴፭/35 ዓመቷ ስፓኒያዊቷ ማሪያ ሄርናንዴዝ በመሰቃየት ላይ ያለውን ሕዝባችንን ለማገልገል የሃገሯን ምቾት እና የቤተሰቦቿን ፍቅር ትታ ከማድሪድ ወደ ኢትዮጵያ ብትሄድ እንዲህ የአውሬው ግራኝ አብዮት አህመድ አሊ የግድያ ሰለባ ሆነች። 😈 ይህ አረመኔ የዲያብሎስ ጭፍራ ሕጻናትን ይገድላል፣ ሴቶችን ይገድላል፣ ሕፃናትንና ሴቶችን ያስደፍራል፣ ቀሳውስትንና ካህናትን ይገድላል፣ በመኝታ ላይ ያሉ ንጹሐንን ይገድላል፣ መስዋዕት ከፍለው የመጡትን የውጭ ሃገር እንግዶችን ይገድላል።

 “ማሪያ/ ማሪያም” የሚለውን ቅዱስ ስም መስጠት ቢፈቀድ የሚገባቸው እንደርሷ ያሉ ልዩ ሴቶች ነው። 

😠😠😠 😢😢😢

✞✞✞ ነፍሳቸውን ይማርላቸው! Q. D. E. P – Descanse en Paz! R.I.P

Three employees working for the Spanish branch of Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) were killed by unknown assailants in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, the medical charity said on Friday.

MSF-Spain lost contact with a vehicle carrying the team on Thursday afternoon, it said in a statement. “This morning the vehicle was found empty and a few metres away, their lifeless bodies.”

“We condemn this attack on our colleagues in the strongest possible terms and will be relentless in understanding what happened,” the statement said.

It identified the victims as emergency co-ordinator Maria Hernandez, 35, from Madrid, assistant co-ordinator Yohannes Halefom Reda, 31, from Ethiopia, and their Ethiopian driver Tedros Gebremariam Gebremichael, also 31.

They are among at least 12 aid workers reported killed since fighting broke out in November between Ethiopia’s military and forces loyal to the region’s former ruling party, the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF). The conflict has killed thousands of people and displaced more than 2 million.

Ethiopia’s foreign ministry sent condolences via Twitter, but said it had been urging aid agencies to secure military escorts in the area. The ministry said TPLF forces were active in the town of Abiy Addi where the attack occurred. MSF did not confirm the location.

A TPLF spokesman could not immediately be reached for comment.

Spain’s foreign ministry said it was engaging with the aid agency and the Ethiopian government on the attack.

“A heartfelt hug to the family and colleagues of Maria … who has been murdered in Ethiopia where she was helping the population,” tweeted Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez, who also sent condolences to the families of Yohannes and Tedros.


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WHO’s Dr. Tedros Says Victims of Ethiopia Air Strike Denied Access to Medical Care

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 25, 2021

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus accused authorities in Ethiopia on Friday of blocking ambulances from reaching scores of victims of an air strike this week, a rare case of speaking out in his official capacity about the conflict in his homeland.

Tedros, who is an ethnic Tigrayan and former Ethiopian Cabinet minister, referred in his opening remarks at a WHO briefing to the air strike this week which hit a crowded market in his native region. The federal government has been waging war against fighters loyal to the former regional authorities since last year.

Ambulances were blocked for more than a day from attending the scene and evacuating the wounded for medical care,” Tedros said.

WHO is currently providing life-saving trauma and surgical supplies to a hospital that is treating survivors who were able to reach care,” Tedros said. “Attacks on civilians anywhere are completely unacceptable and so is denying them access to immediate care, because we lose lives.”

Tedros has occasionally tweeted about the conflict in Tigray, but has rarely mentioned it while speaking publicly in his official capacity as head of the WHO.

Ethiopia’s government has accused him in the past of supporting its opponents in the Tigray conflict, the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front, which he previously represented as Ethiopia’s health minister and foreign minister.

Ethiopia’s military has denied that any civilians were among those killed in the air strike on the town of Togoga near the regional capital Mekelle. A military spokesman said on Thursday that all those struck were combatants, wearing civilian clothes.

Residents and doctors, however, have said that women and children were among the dead and wounded. A health official working on the response to the air strike said on Friday the death toll had risen to 64 killed, with 180 other people wounded.

The incident was one of the deadliest in months in a conflict in which the government had said major fighting largely ended last year.

It happened after residents described an increase in fighting in recent days, and fell on the anniversary of a 1988 air strike by Ethiopia’s then-ruling communists that killed hundreds of civilians, an event widely commemorated in Tigray.

On Friday, Tedros also tweeted a message from medical charity Medecins sans Frontiers, which reported that three of its staff had been killed in Ethiopia.


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Situation in Ethiopia’s Tigray ‘HORRIFIC’: WHO Chief Tedros | ዶ/ር ቴድሮስ፤“የትግራይ ሁኔታ ‘በጣም አሰቃቂ ነው’”

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on May 17, 2021

👉 የዓለም ጤና ድርጅት ዋና ኃላፊ ዶክተር ቴድሮስ አድሃኖም ቴድሮስ፤ “ የትግራይ ሁኔታ በጣም አሰቃቂ ነው‘”

Ethiopia’s conflict-hit Tigray region is facing a horrifying situation with people dying of hunger, health services destroyed and rape “rampant”, the WHO chief, himself from the region, said Monday.

“The situation in Tigray, Ethiopia, is, if I use one word, horrific. Very horrific,” World Health Organization director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a press conference.

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed sent troops into Tigray in November after accusing the once-dominant regional ruling party of orchestrating attacks on federal army camps.

Nobel Peace Prize winner Abiy declared victory later that month when the army entered the regional capital Mekele.

But fighting continues and the six-month conflict has sparked allegations of massacres and rape by Ethiopian forces and troops from neighbouring Eritrea.

Tedros pointed out that some five million people in the region are now in need of humanitarian aid, and especially food aid.

“Many people have started dying actually because of hunger, and severe and acute malnutrition is becoming rampant,” he said.

In addition, hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced from their homes with over 60,000 fleeing into Sudan.

At the same time, health services have been looted and destroyed, he said, adding that “the majority of them are not functioning”.

– Aid access key –

The WHO chief also condemned indiscriminate killings and the widespread use of sexual violence in the conflict.

“Rape is rampant. I don’t think there was that scale anywhere else in the world actually,” he said.

Asked about the Covid-19 situation in his home region, Tedros said there were no services to rein in the disease, but said it is not a priority given the other crises.

“For the most part, we’re not even in a position to discuss about Covid, to be honest, because there are more pressing issues.”

One of the most urgent problems to address is getting full access for humanitarian workers and for aid.

World leaders and aid agencies have repeatedly called for full humanitarian access to the crisis-wracked areas as fears grow of impending disaster.

On Friday, the European Union condemned the ongoing blocking of aid to the region, denouncing “the use of humanitarian aid as a weapon of war”.

WHO emergencies director Michael Ryan warned Monday that “access to victims in Tigray remains highly unpredictable”.

This, he said, was creating “a huge barrier to access to the populations that need our help”.

With most health facilities destroyed, the UN health agency was concerned about rising risks of cholera, measles and other outbreaks, he said.

“We have also issues of continuing to get (cholera) vaccines in,” he pointed out, stressing the need to “get those doses in there” and to plan immunisation campaigns “to avert a cholera disaster”.


The Anguish of the World’s Doctor

Dr. Tedros of the W.H.O. publicly focuses on managing the pandemic. Privately, he weeps as his Tigrayan people are raped, starved and slaughtered.

By Nicholas Kristof – Opinion Columnist

He is the world’s doctor, and for months he has tirelessly led the global response to the coronavirus pandemic while privately nursing a piercing anguish.

Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the director general of the World Health Organization, has largely kept his pain secret, maintaining a stoic public front. But when I probed, he wept.

Dr. Tedros is from Tigray, a part of Ethiopia that since November has endured crimes against humanity by Ethiopian and Eritrean soldiers. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has properly described atrocities in western Tigrayas ethnic cleansing, but the world has largely been indifferent.

Tigrayan children are starving to death, men have been clubbed to death, and women and girls have been subjected to mass rape. Ethiopian opposition parties claim that more than 50,000 people have been killed — that is not verifiable, and the toll is unknown — and the scale of torture, starvation, murder and destruction in the past few months may have been the worst in the world.

“Hunger is weaponized, rape is weaponized, there is indiscriminate killing,” Dr. Tedros said. “The whole region is hungry.”

“It’s so painful,” he added. “I don’t have words.”

His cousin, a 68-year-old woman, was killed while trying to shelter in a church, he said. Another relative, a 16-year-old high school student, was shot in the street. Internet and telephone links have been cut off, so Dr. Tedros can’t reach family members in Tigrayto get more information about who has been tortured or murdered.

My Times colleague Declan Walsh has reported on atrocities such as a 26-year-old man being beaten to death with beer bottles and girls as young as 8 being sexually assaulted. The United Nations humanitarian chief, Mark Lowcock, described a woman whose husband was killed, who lost her unborn baby and who then was gang-raped in front of her children.

Even though Dr. Tedros is one of the world’s most recognized public servants, he may have become a refugee. He is now based at W.H.O. headquarters in Geneva, but he would probably not be safe if he tried to return to Tigray. Ethiopia’s military chief has denounced him as a criminal.

I’ve known and admired Dr. Tedros for 15 years, but we have periodically tangled over his deference to dictators. I asked Dr. Tedros about that, but he didn’t want to discuss politics of any kind — including whether countries should pressure Ethiopia to stop the slaughter of Tigrayans. He seems deeply conflicted, torn between what he sees as a professional duty to his organization to be impartial, and the horror of an ethnic cleansing of his own people.

Presiding over these crimes against humanity in Tigrayis Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia, who came to power in 2018 and was initially hailed as a great reformer; he even won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2019. Abiy is a pro-Western figure over whom the United States has considerable influence — if we will only use it.

The Tigraycrisis is rooted in ethnic tensions and a power struggle. For almost three decades, people from Tigraydominated Ethiopia’s central government; Dr. Tedros became Ethiopia’s highly regarded health minister in that period, then foreign minister. This Tigrayan-led government ruled effectively, greatly raising living standards, but it was also repressive, torturing critics, imprisoning journalists and stirring deep resentments among other Ethiopians.

After taking power, Prime Minister Abiy reined in Tigrayans and dispatched troops in November to crush what he said was a mutiny in the region. That triggered a civil war with Tigrayfighters, and Eritrea’s army entered to back up Ethiopia’s forces. There is also a risk of a wider war involving Sudan.

All sides in the conflict have committed atrocities, but by far the most serious and credible allegations are against the Ethiopian and Eritrean armies and their allies.

As W.H.O. chief, Dr. Tedros has tried to get vaccines distributed more equitably around the world, while dealing with President Donald Trump’s appalling decision to pull the United States out of the W.H.O. (overturned by President Biden on his first day in office). In public, Dr. Tedros is focused on Covid-19 and has mostly kept quiet about atrocities in Tigray.

“The public sees Tedros devoting every day to managing the pandemic, but privately he is also managing his pain about Tigray,” said Dr. Annie Sparrow, an assistant professor at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine who was an adviser to Dr. Tedros.

Dr. Tedros was reluctant to give this interview, but when he did his torment was unmistakable. “We have Covid and are doing our best. On top of that, to have this pain,” he began, and then the stoic broke down. For more than a minute, he couldn’t speak and sobbed.

I respect a man who loses it when contemplating war crimes. I wish more would. And I hope President Biden and other world leaders will hear that agony, on behalf of so many in Tigraywho are being starved, raped and murdered, and will use their influence to end this catastrophe.



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ዋ! ትከተቡና | ኮቤን ለዲያብሎስ እንደገበሩት ኢትዮጵያንም ለክርስቶስ ተቃዋሚው እያዘጋጇት ነው

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 24, 2020

የሉሲፈራውያኑ ሤራ፦

በትናንትናው ዕለት የዓለም ቍጥር ፩ ቴኒስ ተጫዋቹ ሰርቢያዊ ኮከብ “ኖቫክ ጆኮቪች” / Novak Djokovicበኮሮና ተይዟል” ተባለ። ኖቫክ ጆኮቪች አጥባቂ ኦርቶዶክስ ክርስቲያን እና ፀረክትባት አቋም ያለው ግለሰብ ነው። ፀረክትባት / Anti-Vaxxer = No Vaccine.

👉 አሁን ወደ ስሙ ስንሄድ፦ Novak = NoVax – Djokovic = DjoCovid NoVax Djokovid (ኖ ቫክስ ጆኮቪድ)


በድጋሚ የቀረበ

[የማቴዎስ ወንጌል ምዕራፍ ፳፬፥፯፡፰]

ሕዝብ በሕዝብ ላይ መንግሥትም በመንግሥት ላይ ይነሣልና፥ ራብም ቸነፈርም የምድርም መናወጥ በልዩ ልዩ ስፍራ ይሆናል፤ እነዚህም ሁሉ የምጥ ጣር መጀመሪያ ናቸው።”

/ር ቴዎድሮስ አድሃኖም ገና እንደተመረጡ /ር ቴዎድሮስ አድሃኖምን የአለም ጤና ድርጅት ሃላፊ አርገው መሾማቸው በተለይ በኢትዮጵያውያን ላይ ያዘጋጁት ተንኮል ስላለ ነው።” ማለቴ ያለምክኒያት አይደለም።

ዲያብሎስ እላይ ከፍ አድርጎ ያወጣህና አሽቀንጥሮ ወደ ታች ይወረውርሃል። ታዋቂ፣ ዝነኛ፣ ሃብታም፣ ተሸላሚ ያደርግህና ጊዜህ ሲደርስ የለመደውን የደም ግብሩን “አምጣ!” ብሎ ይደፋሃል።

፳፬ /24 ቁጥር ያረፈበትን ማልያ ለብሶ ሲጫወት የነበረው ዝነኛው ጥቁር አሜሪካዊ የቅርጫት ኳስ ተጫዋች ኮቤ ብራያንት እና ሴት ልጁ ከወር በፊት ልክ በዚህ ዕለት በፈረንጆቹ 01/26/2020 .ም በሄሊኮፕተር አደጋ ተከስክሰው ለሉሲፈር ኢሉሚናቲዎች ተሰውተዋል።

አሁንማ የሚደብቁት ነገር የለም፤ ሃሳባቸውንና ዕቅዳቸውን በቀጥታም ሆነ በተዘዋዋሪ መልክ፣ ወደውም ሆነ ሳይወዱም፣ አውቀውም ሆነ ሳያውቁም ሁሉንም ነገር በቅደም ተከተሉ እያሳዩን ነው።

+++ “ትንቢት?”+++

👉 ከአራት ዓመታት በፊት፡ እ..አ በ 2016 .ም ላይ ኮቤ ብራያንት በሄሊኮፕተር ሲከሰከስ የሚያሳይ የካርቱን ፊልም “ኮሜዲ ሲንትራል” በተሰኘው የቴሌቪዥን ጣቢያ እንዲተላለፍ ተደረገ።

👉 ... ጃንዋሪ 25 / 2020 ላይ ኮቤ ተከስክሶ ሊሞት አንድ ቀን ሲቀረው ሌቦርን ጀምስ የተሰኘው የሎስ ኤንገልስ ሌከርስ የቅርጫት ኳስ ኮከብ የኮቤ ብራያንትን የቅርጫት ኳስ ሬከርድ ሰበረው።

👉 በበነገታው እ..አ ጃንዋሪ 26 / 2020 .ም ላይ ዝነኛው የቅርጫት ኳስ ተጨዋች ኮቤ ብርያንት፣ ሴት ልጁና ሌሎች ስምንት ሰዎችን ጨምሮ በካሊፎርኒያ ሄሊኮፕተር አደጋ ህይወታቸው አለፈ።

👉 ኮቤና ልጁ በሞቱበት በዚሁ ዕለት ቻይና በተቀሰቀሰው ኮሮና ቫይረስ 41 ሰዎች መሞታችውና 1300 ሰዎች መታመማቸው ታወቀ። በዚሁ ዕለት ኮቤ 41 ዓመቱ ልጁም የ13 ዓመት ልጃገረድ ነበሩ።

👉 በቺካጎ ከተማ በተካሄደውና ለኮቤ መታሰቢያ እንዲሆን የተደረገው የሁሉምኮከብ የቅርጫት ኳስ ጨዋታ ላይ ድጋፍ ሰጭ /ስፖንሰር የነበረው ኩባንያ የሜክሲኮው ቢራ አምራች “ኮሮና / Corona ነበር”

👉 በዚሁ ሰሞን የኮሮና ቢራ ምናልባት ከቫይረሱ ጋር ይገናኝ ይሆናል በሚል ፍራቻ ብዙ ሰዎች ጉግል ላይ የኮሮና ቢራ ቫይረስ” የሚለውን ቃል ይፈልጋሉ።

👉 ኮቤ ብራያንት እና ልጁ CORONA del mar / ኮሮና ዴል ማር በሚባለው የካሊፎርኒያ መንደር ተቀበሩ።

👉 ኮቪድ / Covid በዕብራይስጥ ቁንቋ ኮቤ/KOBE ይባላል

Covid = Corona Virus / ኰሮና ቫይረስ

በጉግል አስተርጓሚ Covidን ወደ ዕብራይስጥ ተርጉሙትና ወደ እንግሊዝኛው መልሱት።

👉 ሌላው፦ ኮቤ ብራያንት ሊከሰከስ አስር ቀን ሲቀረው በ ኮቤ (ጃፓን) በ እ..አ በጃንውሪ 16/17 /1995 .ም ኃይለኛ የመሬት መንቀጥቀጥ ተከስቶ 7ሺ ሰዎች ሞቱ። ባለፈው ወር በ 01.16/17.20 ላይ 25ኛው ዓመት(ኢዮቤልዮ)ታስቦ ውሎ ነበር።

ባለፈው ዓመት በዚሁ በሎስ ኤንጀልስ የተገደለውና የሀበሻ ዝርያ የነበረበት ራፐር “Nipsey Hussle / ኒፕሲ ሃስል”ም እንዲሁ ለዲያብሎስ የደም ግብር እንዲከፍል ነበር የተደረገው። በተለይ አንድ ኢትዮጵያዊ ከገደለው ሌላው ራፐር “Snoop Dog/ ስኑፕ ዶግ” እና በዘጠናዎቹ አጋማሽ ላይ ከተገደለው ከሌላው ራፐር “Tupac Shakur/ቱፓክ ሻኩር“ ጋር በመንፈስ የተያያዘ አስገራሚ ጉዳይ ነው። 51.5% የሂፕ ሆፕ ሙዚቀኞች በግድያ ነው ህይወታቸው የምታለፈው። በሌላ ጊዜ እመለስበታለሁ።


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ባጋጣሚ? | ቡሩንዲ የዓለም ጤና ድርጅት ሠራተኞችን ባባረረች ማግስት ፕሬዚደንቷ ሞቱ (ተገደሉ)

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on June 16, 2020

👉 ባለፈው ሳምንት ላይ ከዚህ ዓለም በሞት የተለዩት የቡሩንዲ ፕሬዚደንት ፒየር ንኩሩንዚዛ ዳግመኛ መመረጥና የሃገሪቱ ፕሬዚደንትም መሆን እንደማይሹ ከሁለት ዓመታት በፊት አሳውቀው ነበር።

በቡሩንዲ 85% የሚሆኑት ነዋሪዎች ከሁቱ ነገድ ናቸው፤ እነዚህ የሁቱ ነገዶች ነበሩ በሯዋንዳ ቱትሲዎች ላይ የዘር ዕልቂት የፈጸሙት። በቡሩንዲ የሚገኙት ቱትሲዎች 14% ይሆናሉ።

👉 የመናፍቃን ትንቢት

..28 ነሐሴ 2019 .

የሲ.አይ.ኤ ወኪሉ መናፍቅ ፓስተር፤ ትንቢት ነው፣ መንፈስ ነግሮኛልበማለት፤ የቡሩንዲ ፕሬዚደንት ሊገደል እንደሚችል ማስጠንቀቂያ ሰጠ። በሲ.አይ.ኤ ተነግሮት ይሆን?

(የቡሩንዲ ፕሬዚደንትም መናፍቅ ነበሩ)

👉 የኢትዮጵያ አየር መንግድ፤ የአብዮት አህመድ ሲ.አይ.ኤኛ የሙቀት መለኪያ

..21 ኅዳር 2019 .

የኢትዮጵያ አየር መንገድ ተሳፋሪ አውሮፕላኑ ቡጁምቡራ ላይ ሊያርፍ ሲል በውሸት ቦምብ ይዣለሁ ብሎ እንዲያስፈራራ ተደረገ።

👉 ቡሩንዲ የዓለም ጤና ድርጅት ሠራተኞችን አባረረች

..14 ግንቦት 2020 .

የቡሩንዲ ፕሬዚደንት የዶ/ር ቴዎድሮስን WHO ሠራተኞችን ከአገሯ አባረረች።

(የኢትዮጵያ ሜዲያዎች ስለጉዳዩ ጭጭ) በውቅቱ በቡሩንዲ በኮሮና ክፉኛ የተጠቃ ሰው አልነበረም፡

👉 የቡሩንዲ ፕሬዚደንት ሞቱ (ተገደሉ)

..9 ሰኔ 2020 .

የዓለም ጤና ድርጅት ሠራተኞች ከቡሩንዲ ከተባረሩ ልክ በወሩ የቡሩንዲ ፕሬዚደንት ፒየር ንኩሩንዚዛ በልብ ድካምሞቱ ተባለ አሁን ደግሞ ኮሮና ገደለቻቸው እየተባለ ነው (ዋው!)

(የኢትዮጵያ ሜዲያዎች ስለጉዳዩ ጭጭ)

👉 ድንቁ ፪ሺ፲፪ / 2012 .ም ላይ ነን – በአውሮፓውያኑ የ2012 .ም ደግሞ 4 አፍሪቃውያን መሪዎች ተገደሉ

  • 👉 . ኢትዮጵያ – መለስ ዜናዊ (ሰንደቅ፦ አረንጓዴ፣ ቢጫ፣ ቀይ)
  • 👉 . ጋና – ጆን አታ ሚልስ (ሰንደቅ፦ አረንጓዴ፣ ቢጫ፣ ቀይ)
  • 👉 . ጊኒ ቢሳው – ማላም ባካይ ሳንሃ (ሰንደቅ፦ አረንጓዴ፣ ቢጫ፣ ቀይ)
  • 👉 . ማላዊ – ቢንጉ ዋ ሙታሪካ

ተከታዩ በሌላ ጊዜ የምመለስበት ጉዳይ ነው፦

በአውሮፓውያኑ፡ በይፋ፡ ከ1953 እስከ 1970ቹ “MK-ULTRA(የገዳይ ናዚ ተቋም) የተሰኘውን የ ሲ.አይ.ኤ አእምሮቁጥጥር ፕሮግራምን ሲመራ የነበረው ሲድኒ ጎትሊብ እ..አ በ1961 .ም ወደ ኮንጎ ተጉዞ የፓትሪክ ሉሙምባ የጥርስ ሳሙና ውስጥ ባክቴሪያ በመጨመር የወቅቱን ባለተስፋ የኮንጎ ፕሬዚዳንትን እንደገደለው ዓለም ያወቀው ነው። እኛ ኢትዮጵያውያንስ?

በእኛም ሃገር ከደርግ ጊዜ እስከ አሁን፤ ከእነ ዋለለኝና መግስቱ ኃይለ ማርያም እስከ ጅዋር መሀመድ እና አብይ አህመድ ያሉትን ፖለቲከኞች ሁሉ በተመሰሳሳይ የእእምሮ ቁጥጥር ፕሮግራም አካታው እየሠሩባቸሁ እንደሆነ በእኔ በኩል ምንም ጥርጥር የለኝም፤ ዜሮ ጥርጥር፤ ከዚያን ጊዜው ጋር ሲነፃጸር ሲ.አይ.ኤዎቹ ለቁጥጥር እና ለግድያ ሤራቸው በአሁን ሰዓት እጅግ በጣም የረቀቀ ስውር ቴክኖሎጂ ነው የሚጠቀሙት። እነ ግራኝ አህመድ ኢትዮጵያን ለማፍረስ እየተጣደፉ ያሉት ሉሲፈራውያኑ አለቆቻቸው እስከ መጭው ፪ሺ፲፫ ዓ.ም ድረስ ገደብ ስለሰጧቸው ነው። አዎ! እንደነርሱ ከሆነ ኢትዮጵያ በሚቀጥለው ዓመት ላይ መፍረስ አለባት። ይህችን እናስታውስ!


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ሮማውያኑ እነ ቢል ጌትስና አንቶኒ ፉቺ ኢትዮጵያውያንን መሃን ለማድረግ ቸኩለዋል

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on May 21, 2020

ቢልጌትስክትባትአውሬው ደንግጧል፣ ክትባቱን መርጦታል፣ ሳንሱር አብዝቷል፣ ቪዲዮውን ከዩቱብ አንስቶታል። ስለዚህ እዚህ ገብተው ይመልከቱ፦

ዓለም ዛሬ 6.8 ቢሊዮን ሰዎች አሏት፡፡ ያ ወደ ዘጠኝ ቢሊዮን ያህል እየመራ ነው ፡፡ አሁን በአዳዲስ ክትባቶች ፣ የጤና እንክብካቤ እና የመራቢያ ጤና አገልግሎቶች ላይ ትልቅ ስራ የምንሰራ ከሆነ ምናልባት ምናልባት ቁጥሩን በ 10 ወይም በ 15 በመቶ ዝቅ ማድረግ እንችላለን፡፡”ቢል ጌትስ

“The world today has 6.8 billion people. That’s heading up to about nine billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care & reproductive health services, we could LOWER that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent.” -Bill Gates

/ር ቴዎድሮስ አድሃኖምን ገና ሲመረጧቸው፤ “ያለ ምክኒያት አለመረጧቸውም!” ብለን ነበር። ኢትዮጵያን ለዚህ ዘመን በደንብ አዘጋጅተዋታል። አውሬው ሕዝቦቿን በነገድ ከከፋፈለ በኋላ በአውሬው መታወቂያና ፓስፖርት ላይ የነገድ ስም ብሎም የየትኛው እምነት ተከታይ እንደሆነ ቁልጭ ብሎ እንዲቀመጥ አድርጓል። ይህ ደግሞ በቀበሌ ሥርዓት የተዋቀሩትን የኢትዮጵያ ከተሞችና መንደሮች ዲያብሎሳዊ ሥራቸውን ለመስራት ትልቅ እድል ሰጥቷቸዋል። ለእነ አብዮት አህመድና ታከለ ኡማ የየትኛውን ነገድ/ብሔር ነዋሪዎች መከተብ፣ መመረዝና መግደል እንደሚችሉ በጣም አመቺ የሆነ ሁኔታ ፈጥሮላቸዋል።

የተማረው ያለተማረው ወገን ገዳዮቹን “መሪዎቹን” በማወደስ እድሜውን ሲገፋና በማይረቡ ነገሮች እርስበርስ እየተነታረክ ጊዜውን በከንቱ ሲያጠፋ፤ ገዳዮቹ “ልሂቃን” ግን እርሱንና ዘሩን ለማጥፋት ሌት ተቀን ተግተው በመስራት ላይ ናቸው። የአውሬ ምሣ የሆነው ሰጎን በድንጋጤ አንገቱን አሸዋ ውስጥ ይቀብራል፤ የዘመኑ ትውልድ ግን በግድየለሽነት አንተቱን አሸዋ ውስጥ ለመቅበር የሚፈልግ ይመስላል።

ከስምንት ዓመታት በፊት እነ ቢል ጌትስ በኢትዮጵያ ሴቶችና ሕፃናት ላይ ያነጣጠረ ዲያብሎሳዊ ዕቅድ እንዳላቸው በጦማሬ እንዲህ በማለት ጽፌ ነበር፦

ወደ አገራችን በረቀቀ መልክና በድብቅ የገባው ይህ የፀረ–ህይወት እንቅስቃሴ ከ1970ዎቹ ዓመታት ጀምሮ በትጋት እየሠራ እንደሆነ ባለሙያዎች ይናገራሉ። ከኢትዮጵያ ሌላ፡ ይህ የቤተሰብ አጥፊ ፕላን በጥቁር አፍሪቃውያን ላይ ብቻ ነው እየተካሄደ ያለው። ከሦስት ወራት በፊት ለንደን ከተማ ውስጥ ይህን አስመልክቶ እን ቢል ጌትስ አዘጋጅተውት በነበረው ስብሰባ ላይ ተገኝተው የነበሩት ከሳሃራ በረሃ በታች የሚገኙት አፍሪቃ አገሮች ሲሆኑ፤ የሰሜን አፍሪቃና አረብ አገሮች ጭራሹን አልተሳተፉም። 85 ሚሊየን ሕዝብ የሚኖሩባት በረሃማዋ ግብጽ የሕዝብ ቁጥርሽን ቀንሽ የሚል ሃሳብ ቀርቦላት አይታወቅም፡ እንዲያውም ምዕራባውያኑ የእርዳታ ገንዘቡን ያለ ምንም ቅድመ ሁኔታ በደስታ ይሰጧታል፤ የኢትዮጵያንም ውሃና አፈር በነፃ ታገኛለች፡ ጦረኛ የሆኑ ልጆችን መፈልፈሏንም ያለምንም ተቃውሞ ትቀጥልበታለች። ከ 1ቢሊየን በላይ የሕዝብ ቁጥር ያላት ህንድ እንደ ዶፖ ፕሮቬራ የመሳሰሉትን የወሊድ መከላከያ መርፌዎች ከልክላለች (..አ በ 2002 .)

አዎ! የዲያብሎስ ሠራዊት ኢትዮጵያውያንን በረሃብ፣ በበሽታና በእርስ በርስ ጦርነቶች እንዳሰበው/እንዳቀደው ለማጥፋት አልተቻለውም፤ ታዲያ አውሬው አሁን ውስጥ ሠርጎ በመግባት መርፌንና፤ (“መድኃኒት” አልለውም)መርዛማ‘ቅመሞችን‘በነፃ በማደል መጠራጠር የተሳነውን ወገናችንን ወደ ወጥመዱ ለማስገባት እየሞከረ ነው።

ወገን፤ እህቶቻችን፣ እናቶቻችን፣ ጓደኞቻችንና ሚስቶቻችን እንደ ዓይጥ ተቆጥረው የህክምና ሙከራ ሲደረግባቸው እያየን እንዴት ዝም እንላለን? ይህን ይህን መሰሉን አስከፊ ሥራ ለማጋለጥ ካልተነሳሳን ከእንስሳ በምን ነው የምንሻለው?

የሚከተሉትን መረጃዎች ለሚመለከታቸው ወገኖች ሁሉ በሚያስቆጣ መልክ የማስተላለፉ ተግባር የያንዳንዳችን ብሔራዊና ሰብዓዊ ግዴታ መሆን ይኖርበታል።

ለምሳሌ፤ በውጭ ኃይሎች ‘ግፊት‘ኢትዮጵያ ውስጥ ከተቋቋሙት ድርጅቶች መካከል “DKT Ethiopia (DKT/E)” የተባለውን የፀረ–ህይወት ዘመቻ አራማጅ ድርጅት ብንመለከት፤ ሥራውና ዓላማው ምን እንደሆነ በደንብ ለመረዳት እንችላለን። ድርጅቱ የሚናገረው ሌላ…” 


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