Monthly Archives: June 2011

Should perennial fools be hanged?

HAMA TUMA A controversial man himself, Kenyan Mutula Kilonzo, has blasted at corruption the hangman’s way.  The corrupt should be hanged, he has recently suggested. This was the only way the vice could be fought successfully, Justice and Constitutional Affairs … Continue reading

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Fake Revolution vs. Real Revolution

June 27, 2011 By Yelfiwos Wondaya One wonders why one makes such a public call without something on hand to support his plan of action to implement, and even worse the movement absented itself from the event  it claimed to … Continue reading

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Grandma and the Kitchen Story: The Forbidden Territory for Males

            What follows is a brief excerpt from my forthcoming book (planned to be a little over 300 pages), “The Ethiopian Revolution and the Generation of the 1970s: Dreams, Memories and Harsh Realities.” The two … Continue reading

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Meles ramps up the fear machine.

 By Yilma Bekele “… within an established totalitarian regime the purpose of propaganda is not to persuade, much less to inform, but to humiliate. From this point of view, propaganda should not approximate to the truth as closely as possible: … Continue reading

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Developmental State or a Neo-Liberal Economic Policy: Answer to Professor Messay`s Essay on a Grand Coalition to save Ethiopia.   From the outset I would like to express my frustration that Professor Messay`s article does not have any new substance or cannot be accepted as entailing a thoughtful idea. Those who side with the position of the Professor may … Continue reading

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The Signs of the Time: Cooperation or Confrontation (CC)?

 Obo Arada Aba Shawl    June 13, 2011 Distortion on IBSA’s profile and belief Introduction I have read Amnewsupdate’s blog “The OLF controversy: Veteran OLF hardliner Ibsa Gutema…”as was posted in Assimba Website. I have also read Obo IBSA’s article titled … Continue reading

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