Some truths The truth as I see it and the wheels that set in motion the trajectory for Abiy Ahmeds assent to power. This is what I stand by until further evidence proves me wrong. The order of things may be incorrect and there are a lot of gaps because I haven’t been able to … Continue reading Key points in the lead up to the war on Tigray
The Tweets the motivated this thought bubble. In my eyes, if you still need any more proof that the international community KNOW who Abiy and Isias are and what they do, then please read this wikileak, https://wikileaks.org/plusd/cables/08ASMARA543_a.html . But for the remainder of this thought bubble, I wish to discuss why this knowledge I think … Continue reading Could a change in advocacy tactics be the best way to save the people?
I intend to add onto this first draft of my beliefs in self sovereignty and national identity and its implications in nation building and preservation of history. I know I’m an outsider. But I honestly come to this fight as someone who is aware of the outside and would rather stand on the ground with … Continue reading Protection of self- Sovereignty
Evolution of data and artificial Intelligence, AI, is changing the world and the future of humanity whether we like it or not. The data evolves and forms new algorithms and those algorithms already trap us into the social media bubble that we are each in. Unless of course we actively seek out others, we stay … Continue reading The Artificial Intelligence evolution and the formation of Ethiopia.
I reflect on this in the formation of the Ethiopian state. To lazy thinkers, "ignorance is bliss." Yet to a tenacious thinker, with gumption, courage, and passion for life, "The truth will set you free." At a fundamental level, not even the political ideological level, this is the key difference in culture between the people … Continue reading Is ignorance really bliss?
The ideologies within the Horn of Africa's Ethiopia and Eritrean states differ greatly. One group values statehood over nations, the others seenations and statehood as equal. John Young states that the core difference in ideology between the EPLF and the TPLF was the idea of nationhood. The Isias led government puts the states’ identity first … Continue reading Time to question, what makes up a state?
What does this mean for the nations of Ethiopia? Apr 2, 2021 https://www.al-monitor.com/originals/2021/04/sudan-takes-center-stage-us-regional-strategy Review of the above article As I read this article, the prospect of a protracted Iraq or Yemen war is the only thing that looms over my mind. I am no expert on the geopolitics of the region, the USA, the Mediterranean … Continue reading “Sudan takes center stage in US regional strategy”
Response to the 2nd half of the discussion “Is Ethiopia hurtling towards all-out ethnic conflict?” | The Stream 29/03/2020 At 11:55 you hear the OLA leader Jaal Maroo openly say he wants independent investigation into the #Amhara killings in #Oromia.My question to the audience, if the OLA were responsible, why would they ask for independent investigations?My … Continue reading Is Ethiopia hurtling towards all-out ethnic conflict?”