The horrific destruction of major sites in Dessie and Kombolcha show how Western news and many analysts completely missed the point.
Source: Reported by Jeff Pearce
The year 2021 has been a tense year for Ethiopia. A year Ethiopia’s existence was tested on the atrocity scale.
Internal enemies and foreign antagonists attacked Ethiopia with encouraging insurrection, disinformation, diplomatic pressure, and false media reports. Especially, international actors were meddling in advancing an outcome that would favor TPLF.
Hundreds of thousands of innocent citizens were killed, millions displaced from their homes, critical infrastructure like hospitals and schools deliberately destroyed. Citizens and the leaders reacted in unity against the attack and persevered the nation with sheer strength and support from global friends.
For that, Ethiopia deserves to be the “Country of the Year 2021”.
Remittance is the bloodline of Ethiopia, like most of the developing nations. Sending remittance through an illegitimate venue is a double-edged sword. It spikes the inflation in the country and cost of living, and it is also an instrument for dark money monger groups like the TPLF.
This video is a reminder to use legitimate means to send money to Ethiopia. Also mentioned in the video is the immense destruction that TPLF has committed in civilian institutions, like hospitals in the Amhara and Afar regions.
Ethiopians, especially in the diaspora, must send remittance through legitimate institutions!
Source: Concerned Ethiopians
TPLF as an institution has shown its true character by destroying civilian institutions like health centers, schools, churches, and mosques. It is incumbent for Ethiopians to maintain their unity and re-build essential facilities.
Sorurce: Concerned Ethiopians
The Biden administration is holding a ‘Democracy Summit on December 9 and 10.
The motto of the summit is from President Joseph Biden’s statement at the February 2021 Munich Security Conference: “Democracy doesn’t happen by accident. We have to defend it, fight for it, strengthen it, renew it.”
However, the Biden administration has shown distaste against the newly elected Ethiopian government and is attempting to apply direct and indirect intervention to induce regime change to a democratically elected government.
This hypocrisy has made Ethiopians furious and they are expressing their disappointment by protesting in different major cities around the world, including voting to unseat elected leaders that are blurring the fight for justice.
Concerned Ethiopians (CE) is reminding the United States administration to support activity that will encourage efforts to promote democracy, and not allow activities to divide Africans against one another using ethnicity, religion, class, or any other divisions.
Source: Concerned Ethiopians