Monthly Archives: April 2011

NATO air strike kills Gaddafi’s son

Government spokesman Moussa Ibrahim announced that 29-year-old Saif al-Arab Gadhafi and the grandchildren were killed during what he called a direct attempt to assassinate the Libyan leader… [read more]

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Beka conference in Toronto

A conference will be held in Toronto, Canada, on May 7, to discuss the current situation in Ethiopia, including the struggle to bring an end to the brutal dictatorship. Guest speakers Obang Metho (SMNE Director) Jawar Mohamed (Activist and Political Analyst) Abebe Belew (Addis Dimts Radio Host) Mohamed Hassan (Researcher and Founder of Canadian Center […]

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Uganda protests intensify; Riots break out in Kampala

By David Smith | Guardian.co.uk Riots have swept across the Ugandan capital, Kampala, as protesters called for an Egyptian-style uprising against their autocratic president. At least two people were killed and more than 100 wounded after soldiers fired live bullets and tear gas and beat demonstrators with sticks. Civilians fought back, blocking roads with burning […]

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Meles Zenawi fails to attend Ali Mirah’s funeral

Funeral services for Biwoded Sultan Ali Mirah Hanfere, one of the most prominent Ethiopians, was held on Tuesday in the eastern Ethiopian town of Assaita in the presence of family members, friends and supporters from different parts of the country, religious figures, and political leaders, including the prime minister of Djibouti. Conspicuously, but not surprisingly, […]

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A senior Ethiopian church leader endorses “beka” (interview)

Abune Mekarios, one of the most senior leaders of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church, has called on Ethiopians to unite and say “BEKA” (enough) to Meles Zenawi’s dictatorship. Abune Mekarios sent out his message during an interview with ESAT. Watch parts 1-3 below: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Part 4

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Sultan Ali Mirah Hanfere passed away

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Ethiopia has lost one of its best sons, Sultan Ali Mirah Hanfere, yesterday. Sultan Ali Mirah, 95, is a great Ethiopian patriot, a staunch advocate of Ethiopia’s unity, and a leader of the Afar ethnic community in eastern Ethiopia. The Sultan is remembered and honored among patriotic Ethiopians for his famous quote: “Even our camels […]

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Will US and UK help Zenawi to supress popular uprising?

By Shannon Filed | The New Age Ethiopia is one of the largest recipients of development aid, receiving over US$3.3bn (R22.6bn) annually. Ethiopia is perceived by Western leaders as a largely Christian country bordering two unstable Islamic states, Sudan and Somalia, and viewed as a crucial ally in the “war on terror”. Ethiopia’s Prime Minister […]

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We Went, We Saw, We Got Chased Out…

Alemayehu G. Mariam Following the Battle of Zela in 47 B.C. (present day Zile, Turkey), Julius Caesar claimed victory by declaring: “I came; I saw; I conquered.” In 2011, Caesar Meles Zenawi, the dictator-in-chief in Ethiopia, scattered his top henchmen throughout the U.S. and Europe to declare victory in the propaganda war on Diaspora Ethiopians. […]

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Woyanne town hall meeting (video)

Woyanne officials take questions from the public at a town hall meeting (reality-based comedy):

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Uganda police killed five protesters

(Amnesty International) — The Ugandan government must immediately end the excessive use of force against protesters, Amnesty International said today, after police fired live rounds at crowds of protesters in different parts of the country reportedly killing a child. Five people have been killed in Uganda since the protests, sparked by a rise in fuel […]

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“The Lion of Judah in the New World” – Book Review

By Messay Kebede The latest book of Professor Theodore M. Vestal, The Lion of Judah in the New World: Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia and the Shaping of Americans’ Attitudes toward Africa (Praeger, 2011) presents an insightful, focused, and scholarly portrait of HaileSelassie. Revolving around the central issue of knowing how Haile Selassie became the […]

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Exporting Kilil to America

By Yilma Bekele Being an Ethiopian has always been difficult. The bad news is, it is not going to get any easier. Two weeks ago I found out it can be taken away too. It has come to a point where names and looks plus attitude can determine who is and who is not an […]

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Protest march in Mekele (photos)

MEKELE, ETHIOPIA — Hundreds of residents in the northern Ethiopian city of Mekele (Tigray Province) held a protest march yesterday, April 20, to voice their opposition to the order by the city administration to vacate their homes, according to Ethiopian Review Intelligence Unit sources. The residents built their homes on the land that the City […]

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The gruesome reality Ethiopia’s regime cannot hide

By Teodros Kiros The miserable life of Ethiopians is replete with facts such as: Ethiopia is ranked at 210th out of a total of 210 countries. That Ethiopia by any measure is the 2nd poorest nation in the world. That it is at the bottom of the list of the three weighed indicators of well-being. […]

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ESAT meeting in Ottawa

Ethiopian Satellite TV (ESAT) will hold a public meeting and fund raising in Ottawa, Canada, on Saturday, April 30, 2011 at 1:00 PM. Guest speakers: Dr Berhanu Nega and Artist Tamagne Beyene Address: Ottawa Public Library, 120 Metcalf, Ottawa For more info: Tel 613 600 6616 or 613 762 2934 Email: [email protected]

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Confrontation breaks out among Woyanne delegates

Two weeks ago, Ethiopia’s khat-addicted tyrant Meles Zenawi sent a 35-member high level delegation to North America to promote his new gimmick, “Growth and Transformation Plan” “Grand Theft Plan” (GTP). The dictator who cannot stay one week in power without foreign aid has spent close to a million dollars for the 14-city tour in the […]

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20 years Beka (music video)

A new hip hop music video calls for an end to Meles Zenawi’s 20-year dictatorship in Ethiopia. Watch below:

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More evidence that Nile dam is a propaganda stunt

Just a few months ago and for 20 years before that, Meles Zenawi and his ethnic apartheid junta have been taking the side of Egypt when it comes to Abay (Nile River). In fact, shortly after Meles came to power in 1991 with the help of Egypt, he flew to Cairo to sign a secret […]

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Joint Ginbot 7, OLF, and Ogaden public meeting in Atlanta

Ginbot 7 chairman Dr Berhanu Nega, OLF Atlanta representative Jemal Gelchu, and Ogaden Atlanta community representative Abdul Hakim will hold a public meeting in Atlanta to discuss current Ethiopian issues. Date: Saturday, April 23, 2011 Time: 1:30 PM Place: Dekalb County Library, 215 Sycamore Street, Decatur GA 30030 For more info: Tel 770 880 1757

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Countering Woyanne Abay propaganda onslaught

In a debate with a Woyanne cadre on VOA, Tamagne Beyene does an effective job of countering Meles Zenawi’s new propaganda campaign that is centered around a plan to build a massive dam along the Nile River. Except for some gullible individuals and fence-sitters, most Ethiopians understand that Meles is talking about building a dam […]

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Lawlessness in Ethiopia under Woyanne rule – one man’s story

The following is a story of one Ethiopian man who went to Ethiopia from Canada to visit his family and ended up in jail. This is one of the many horror stories we hear ever day about the lawlessness in Ethiopia under the Woyanne rule. By Carol Sanders (Winnipeg Free Press) — A Winnipeg man […]

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Woyanne Desperate Measures

By Yohannes Kifle For the past 13 years, the Woyanes have become so predictable when they are in a political quagmire. The recent political uprising in the Middle East and in the Northern part of Africa has Zenawi’s regime so concerned creating political diversion that is further from the reality was crucial in an attempt […]

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Aba Diabilos orders churches to buy government bond

The Woyanne-installed fake patriarch of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, Aba Gebremedhin (formerly Abune Paulos) has sent out a directive to 200 churches in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa ordering them to buy 200,000 birr worth of government bonds each to help pay for the recently announced Nile River dam project. Most of the church refused to […]

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Langano says BEKA!

BEKA has now spread to outside of Addis Ababa. Ethiopian Review has received the following photo that was taken at the Langano Wabishebele Hotel today (see below). The slogan is also written on hotel room and bathroom walls at multiple locaitons. BEKA (enough) is a slogan that calls for the end of Meles Zenawi’s 20 […]

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The End Game of African Dictators

Alemayehu G. Mariam End Game Laurent Gbagbo of Cote d’Ivoire arrested! Hosni Mubarak of Egypt in intensive care! Moamar Gadhafi of Libya under siege! Omar al-Bashir of the Sudan, a fugitive from justice. Ben Ali of Tunisia out of Africa! Meles Zenawi, sleepless in Ethiopia. These are heady days on the African continent. These are […]

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More BEKA slogans in Addis Ababa (photos)

Tinsae Ethiopia and various other groups are intensifying preparations for anti-Woyanne actions next month, May 2011, with Beka (Enough) as their lead slogan. On Sunday morning, more BEKA slogans appeared in Addis Ababa around Abune Petros Statue and Teklehaimanot area. Meles Zenawi’s Woyanne junta is also preparing to throw lavish parties to celebrate their 20th […]

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London remains Woyanne-free zone (photos)

Update: * Ethiopian patriots chased Woyannes out of the Imperial College in London * London Police arrested one Woyanne thug who attacked ESAT cameraman Brave Ethiopians in London deliver big time today. They turned out in large numbers and stopped the Woyanne meeting that was planned to be held at the Imperial College. The police […]

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BEKA! message in Addis Ababa (updated)

Youth groups who are organized by Tinsae Ethiopia continue to spread BEKA! message through out Addis Ababa. BEKA! slogans have been painted on walls and fences, and pamphlets have been distributed at several locations in Addis Ababa. We have also received reports that BEKA! slogans are appearing in Ambo and Dessie. See more photos at […]

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Ethiopians vs. Woyanne confrontation in Las Vegas (video)

Brave Ethiopians in Las Vegas confronted Woyanne delegates on Wednesday, shouting Leboch! (thieves!) Beka! (Enough!). Watch the video below:

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Uganda opposition to continue protests

By Joshua Kyalimpa Opposition leader Kizza Besigye is led away from protest in Kampala. / IPS KAMPALA, Apr 15 (IPS) – The Ugandan opposition has announced it will continue protests against rising prices for fuel, food and other essential commodities, undeterred by violent police repression of the previous two days of action. Across Kampala on […]

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Azeb Mesfin partners facing hard times

Addis Ababa is abuzz with rumor that Samuel Tafesse, construction mogul and the multimillionaire business partners of Meles Zenawi’s wife Azeb Mesfin, has been arrested in Ethiopia. The rumor started when he disappeared for several days starting early this month and his colleagues began to ask questions. After transferring the day-to-day operations of his company […]

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Ethiopians in London, we are counting on you

After suffering a humiliating defeat in N. America, the Woyanne thugs are now heading to London licking their wounds. Fortunately, London is full of brave Ethiopians who consistently fought back and scored victories against Woyanne. As a result, London is a Woyanne-free zone. This coming Saturday there is another opportunity for London Ethiopians to shine, […]

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The debilitating effect of silence in Ethiopia

By Natnael F. Alemayehu Silence in the face of evil is a venomous, traitorous, debilitating disease to which we Ethiopians have fallen. The battle for the sovereignty of a nation is between those who oppress free men and those who seek to set free those same men. In Ethiopia’s case, one side has been missing […]

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Woyanne dogs left N. America with their tails between their legs

By Yonas G. Mideksa The unity of Ethiopians from all walks of life, has once again, demonstrated its discipline and determination to face off delegates of one of the most brutal regimes in Africa. The politically motivated and hastily organized trip and meeting by the delegates with the Ethiopian Diaspora community in Washington DC, Howard […]

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Ethnic-apartheid meeting in Las Vegas

On Wednesday, Woyanne delegation headed by Arkebe Ekubay held another meeting, this time in Las Vegas where mostly Tigreans were allowed to attend the meeting. The meeting organizers, with the help of the police, removed Ethiopians from other ethnic groups. It short, it was an ethnic apartheid meeting. Many of the 300 people who in […]

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Woyane Dallas meeting ended in fiasco

PRESS RELEASE The net result of Woyane’s attempt to meet with the Ethiopian Diaspora in Dallas can be summed up as having two fold results. Firstly, the meeting confirmed and highlighted one more time that Woyane is nothing but a minority ethnic-based regime masquerading as Ethiopian. Secondly, the Woyane attempt to divide the Diaspora galvanized […]

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Lessons Ethiopians can draw from Tunisia and Egypt uprisings

The following excerpts are taken from Dr Aklog Birara’s upcoming new book. The Egyptian revolt showed that there is no script for avoiding the reengineering tactics of a repressive regime. The opposition must be flexible and far superior in its tactics and strategy than the regime. Resolve, persistence, organization and a common national purpose are […]

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Woyanne-style economic growth in Ethiopia (video)

The chigaram (beggar) dictator in Ethiopia, Meles Zenawi, and his regime led by Woyanne thugs have taken the country’s economy down to a new level of poverty where Ethiopians are forced to rent newspapers to get information, as the video by CNN below shows. That’s why Ethiopians are rising up to say BEKA! (enough) to […]

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CPJ calls on Ethiopia’s dictator to stop jamming radio broadcasts

The New York-based press right group, Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) has called on Ethiopia’s dictator Meles Zenawi to stop jamming German Radio broadcasts. Read the CPJ statement below: New York (CPJ) — New York, April 11, 2011–The Committee to Protect Journalists is calling on authorities in Ethiopia to ensure that broadcasts of the German […]

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TPLF’s Propaganda Tour in North America Foiled by Ethiopians

Global Civic Movement for Change in Ethiopia PRESS RELEASE The Ethiopian Diaspora protected its home turf by successfully foiling TPLF’s disinformation campaign to divert the attention of the people of Ethiopia from the impending uprising that is brewing against tyranny at home. The April 9th and 10th road show of the so-called Growth and Transformation […]

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Radio and TV coverage of BEKA actions

German Radio, which is listened by over 20 million people in Ethiopia, has a great coverage of the anti-Woyanne activities in North America on Saturday and Sundy. Listen below (or click here) the interview with Ato Neamin Zeleke who articulated the purpose of the protest rallies in 13 cities over the weekend. Seattle’s main TV […]

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Arkebe Equbay faced angry Ethiopians in Los Angeles (audio)

Arkebe Equbay, head of the Woyanne delegation that is sent by dictator Meles Zenawi to N. America on a disinformation campaign, faced angry Ethiopians in Los Angeles. The meeting yesterday was forced to stop 2 hours early due to the constant and loud voices of protest by the Ethiopians who gathered outside the hall. Watch […]

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BEKA! slogan taking hold in Ethiopia

BEKA! slogan has started to spread like a wildfire in Ethiopia. Read more and see photo here by Tinsae Ethiopia.

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Ethiopia: The Art of War by Mass Distraction

Alemayehu G. Mariam The Common People Don’t Want War At the Nuremberg Trials in 1945, Hermann Goering, Hitler’s right-hand man, told his interrogator: Naturally the common people don’t want war. That is understood. But, after all, it is the leaders of the country who determine the policy and it is always a simple matter to […]

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The Beka Moment in Cambridge, Massachusetts

By Teodros Kiros BOSTON — A supremely organized coterie of protesters rejected the mercenaries of Woyanne who came to beg for money to support a sham development without vision, without integrity. Ethiopians celebrated resisting tyranny on March 9, 2011 in the historic city of Cambridge, home to Harvard University and MIT, the premier centers of […]

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Woyanne N. America tour ending in disaster

LIVE UPDATE: WOYANNE N. AMERICA DISINFORMATION CAMPAIGN MEETINGS – 10 April 2011 UPDATE: 11:00 PM EST Over the weekend, the 20-member Woyanne delegation that is sent by dictator Meles Zenawi for a disinformation campaign tried to hold public meetings in 13 North American cities: Washington DC, New York, Columbus OH, Dallas, Ottawa, Boston, Minneapolis, Los […]

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Egypt finds huge gold deposit in western Ethiopia

An Egyptian mining company, ASCOM, finds a large gold deposit in Beninshangul, a region in western Ethiopia, according to Reporter. Ethiopia’s ethnic apartheid junta gave a massive plot of land (8,000 sq km) to ASCOM in 2008 after forming a partnership with a Woyanne-affiliated company named Ezana Mining, whose partners include Meles Zenawi’s wife Azeb […]

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Woyanne exclusivism in glaring display

By Teodros Kiros Old, young, men and women came to Cambridge, Massachusetts (a suburb of Boston), on a beautiful spring day to protest the stooges of Tyranny, when they dared to stage their mediocre five year plan. Tyrants are shameless beings. They speak with two ends of their mouth. On the one hand, they had […]

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Ethiopians teach Woyanne thugs a lesson in DC (video)

Artist Tamagn Beyene lead Ethiopians against the Woyanne junta thugs in DC Saturday, April 9, 2011. Watch the videos below. VIDEO 1 VIDEO 2 VIDEO 3

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Ethiopians in DC celebrate their victory over Woyanne thugs

LIVE UPDATE OF WOYANNE NORTH AMERICA DISINFORMATION CAMPAIGN MEETINGS UPDATE: 4:50 PM EST Ethiopians in Washington DC celebrated their hard-won victory over the Woyanne thugs this afternoon. When Howard University officials and the DC Police announced that the meeting has been canceled, the protesters outside erupted in cheers.   UPDATE: 4:45 PM EST The violence […]

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Federal police gun down 2 students in western Ethiopia

The Federal Police, dictator Meles Zenawi’s death squad, have killed two students and savagely beaten many others at Tepi University in Mizan Teferi, western Ethiopia (560 km from Addis Ababa) on Thursday night, according to Ethiopian Review sources. Meles sent the Federal Police when Tepi University students protested the mistreatment of members of the Oromo […]

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The 2010 Ethiopian elections were not free – US Gov’t report

The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor released its annual Country Report on Friday, April 8. Its report on Ethiopia include the following: Although there are more than 90 ostensibly opposition parties, which carried 21 percent of the vote nationwide in May, the EPRDF and its affiliates, in a first-past-the-post […]

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The Ethiopian Diaspora uprising (updated)

Tomorrow, Saturday, April 9, Woyanne heavy weights Berhane Gebrekristos and Arkebe Equbay, along with their puppets Redwan Hussien and Girma Birru, will launch a campaign of disinformation in North America. They have called public meetings in Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, Ottawa, San Jose, Toronto, and Washington DC. The Woyanne thugs have the […]

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Ethiopians in Atlanta condemn Woyanne meeting

PRESS RELEASE Stop the Woyanne event to be held at DeKalb Technical College Auditorium Clarkston, Georgia On the 10th of April, 2011 at 12 pm EST. It is with great indignation and profound sorrow that the Ethiopian community, in and around Atlanta received the shocking news about the up coming meeting called by the delegation […]

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Adwa Tigreans meet with Arkebe Equbay in California

Woyanne politburo member Arkebe Equbay held a meeting exclusively with Adwa Tigreans last night in California. The meeting was arranged by Aiga Forum admin Bitwoded Equbay, Arkebe’s brother, according to Ethiopian Review Intelligence Unit. Most of the top leaders in Woyanne — the ruling ethnic apartheid junta in Ethiopia — are from the Adwa Awraja […]

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Meles and our BEKA! moment

By Yilma Bekele By all accounts the minority based dictatorial regime in Ethiopia is in big trouble. Circumstances in the neighborhood are a bit disconcerting to Meles and company. You can tell from the flurry of activity being orchestrated the last three months that Arat Kilo is on pins and needles. The Woyane regime is […]

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Addis Dimts Radio live broadcast on Woyanne USA trip – today

Starting at 6 PM Washington DC time today Addis Dimts Radio will host live broadcast on the Woyanne cadres North America disinformation campaign. Listen the discussion by calling 712-432-3920 access code 854226 or online by going to the website www.addisdimts.com.

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Woyanne cadre in Atlanta arrested

One of the well-known Woyanne cadres in Atlanta, Assegid Lakew, has been arrested for selling alcoholic beverages to teenagers. Watch the report below, or click here.

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Egypt prepares for military action to stop Nile dam

The recent announcement by Meles Zenawi to build a massive dam along the Nile River has been received by Egypt’s government as a grave threat to country’s survival so much so that the military has been instructed to make preparation for war, according to an exclusive report by World Net Daily. A better strategy for […]

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Why Ethiopia struggles to meet people’s basic needs

The short answer is poor governance. By Roy Byrnes I was cycling indoors at home recently while watching a tape of the just completed LA Marathon. Like the movie Groundhog Day, Ethiopians moved to the front of the both the men’s and women’s races. Ethiopia’s Bizunesh Deba, looking freakishly fresh, sat on American rookie Amy […]

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Ethiopians prepare to confront Meles cadres this weekend

Ethiopians in several cities in North America are preparing to confront Woyanne agents who have called for meetings with their supporters this coming weekend. The cadres and high level officials were sent by dictator Meles Zenawi as part of his recent disinformation campaign that is intended to prevent popular revolt against his regime. Protests are […]

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Starve Woyanne to death (video)

Meles Zenawi’s brutal regime in Ethiopia spends hundreds of millions of dollars to keep itself alive and its tools of repression (the Agazi army, spy agencies and the federal police) operating. Most of the money belongs to the people of Ethiopia. One of the measures we can take to remove the Woyanne junta is by […]

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HRW calls for the release of ethnic Oromo prisoners

Human Rights Watch issued a statement today asking the Meles dictatorship in Ethiopia to release over 200 Ethiopians from the Oromo ethnic group who have recently been detained without charges. Read the full statement below: Ethiopia: Free Opposition Members Mass Arrests of More Than 200 Ethnic Oromo Appear Politically Motivated (London) – The Government of […]

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Ethiopians in New York ready for Meles cadres

Adama Clayton Powell Plaza 163 West 125th St., New York Date: Saturday April 9th Time: 12:00PM No Confidence; No Investment! Confidence is the prerequisite to attract investment by the Ethiopian Diaspora. The presence of genuine democracy, respect for human rights and the rule of law are prerequisites to consider investment in Ethiopia. The following preconditions […]

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Ethiopians in Ottawa ready to confront Woyanne delegation

Reject the Ethno-Fascist Foot Soldiers of Melese Zenawi A message from the Ethiopian Embassies in the US and Canada is urging all persons of Ethiopian origin to meet a high level delegation of Melese Zenawi’s regime in 14 cities of North America. The delegation will hold its meeting in Ottawa and Toronto on April 9 […]

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Economist Intelligence Unit report on Ethiopia for April 2011

Economist Intelligence Unit Country Report – Ethiopia Monthly Review: April 2011 • Opposition parties claimed that more than 200 members were arrested during March to prevent attempts at organising demonstrations against the government. • There are crucial differences between Ethiopia and the African countries that have overthrown their long-time rulers in 2011; Ethiopia has a […]

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Howard University asked to cancel Woyanne meeting

Global Civic Movement for Change in Ethiopia, a group of pro-Ethiopian activist around the word, has written a letter to Howard University president Sidney A. Ribeau asking him to cancel a meeting that is organized at the university’s campus next weekend by cadres of the brutal dictatorship in Ethiopia. Read below: President Sidney A. Ribeau […]

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Africa: Democracy by Civil War

Alemayehu G. Mariam The Shell Game of African Democracy If the Ivory Coast, one of the most prosperous African countries, can be considered a template for political change on the continent, democracy can replace dictatorship only by means of a civil war. For the past 5 months, Laurent Gbagbo, the loser of the November 2010 […]

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Ethiopia’s dictator offers Egypt partial ownership of Nile dam

Ethiopia’s khat-addicted dictator has offered Egypt a co-ownership of the planned Nile River dam, according to the VOA (read here). Meles Zenawi said: “If there is a reconsideration, there will be time to consider many issues, including possibly joint ownership of the project itself. We are open to such ideas,” said Meles. Ethiopia has several […]

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