As I write this it is focused to some diaspora groups linked to nations in the Horn of Africa. But it can be applied in a practical sense to any diaspora group representing those in a conflict and dictatorial regime. The gravity of obnoxiously demanding usa based diaspora of the Amhara and Eritrean groups have … Continue reading Are all diaspora truly representative of the civilians back home?
Today is Catholic Easter and Orthodox hosanna. Being born into a Catholic family and sending my children to a Catholic school, but converting to Tigray Tewahedo Orthodox when my babies were born, I get lucky. I have two celebrations. Today, I want to share some of my personal life with you all about becoming a … Continue reading Easter
The narrative around the battle of Adwa from many sides is absolutely perplexing for me. Essentially, the battalions who came to Adwa, from Wollo, Shewa, Arsi etc region (collectively the South of Tigray) came under the pretext of "Ethiopia." I understand many of these soldiers are Oromo in Ethnicity, but the way people play them … Continue reading The Battle of Adwa and the Fight for the Awash valley
The more we delve into WHY all the drama is happening in #Ethiopia, it become obvious that there are irreconcilable difference. One of the biggest reasons that peace is never near is that two major groups hold land claims to large chunks of land, based on recent and sometimes ancient history. And when you look … Continue reading Exposing Elephants
Before democracy and human rights and economic equality can be achieved, first the society must be ready. And that requires the people to be focused on these things, and wanting the government to work for them. In the imperial systems of the world, a king or queen was essentially a dictator, appointed by God. Where … Continue reading Is it the right time for democracy talks?
I think many people (including myself) believed the propaganda that the succession groups of OLF and ONLF were terrorists to the Ethiopian nation. And in a way, I understand why the EPRDF went that route, as it was trying to build Ethiopia, and had any region succeeded without economic and political visions, the possibly of … Continue reading The cases for independence
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.