Eden wrote:Not long ago, Deqi_Arawit went balistic over absence of government response to the plight of our citizens in Libya. He lamented the government should do something and announce what it's doing for the public or else it loses legitmacy as a government.
Not long after his first criticism, he repeatedly blasted hgdef as "inhuman" in the treatment of Naizgh Kiflu's family who are forced to ask for public help with mounting bill. He accused hgdef of incompetence.
Recently, he was harping about the poor handling of the rumor's of Isayas's health/ death. He particularly singled out Ali Abdu for giving credence to the rumors by acknowledging the rumors. He accused him of incompetence.
The question is what will Isayas do to such criticism assuming Deqi_Arawit is a journalist that resides backhome and these comments appeared on private newspaper under his real name?
Zmeselo wrote:I´ve been reading your comments on free press lately and it looks like, to me, that you couldn´t find any bad news about Eritrea, after the scandalous lies about the presidents death, so you brought up this issue to calm your anxiety. Do you really believe the eritrean government is, so filled with ignorant people like you, to imprison people for saying what´s on their minds? I know you´re trying to make the ethiopians believe in your BS because most eritreans would spit in your face. So my respons is to the ethiopians who might get fooled by your weak analysis. We´ve sacrificed immense numbers, compared to the number of population of our country, to be free from outsiders dominance and control to let our country be sold by some ignorant, sell-outs clothed as journalists. What makes their life more precious than those who fought and died for the country? What the government is doing is safeguarding the country from total disaster and if a few rotten eggs are harmed in the process, I assure you, the majority of eritreans, young as old, will not shed a tear. In Eritrea we have, what in the US is called: "the grapevine". People know the truth, even though the state TV or newspaper hasn´t talked about an issue. People in Eritrea know, that this people are arrested because of treachery and at the same time, they know, one day, the free press will be open and free as the eritrean government intended it, when it was allowed to mushroom in the 90´s. But you´re not eritrean, that´s why you cannot know this things. That "one day" I´m talking about is the day the weynus are history. That day, is a day of freedom for all HoA´n people in general and not only ethiopians. But until that day, we won´t open even a tight crack, for people like you to come in and destroy. This journalists were your trojan horse and now you´re crying because they failed.
PS. give me one single country with a truly free press and I´ll give you a million dollars.
Conformist wrote:Is this Eden really an Eritrean? Eritreans write Afeworqi, Arabs write Aforqi.
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