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Negarit #16: I surrendered! ተጣዒሰ ኢደይ ሂበ ‘ለኹ

  1. ኣያ ኢሳያስ ይቅረ በለለይ
  2. ክቡረ ኣቶ ቶማስ ወዲ ጎቦ ክብረት ይሃበልይ
  3. ክቡር ኣምባሳዶር ጃዝበሃይ ክብረት ይሃበልይ
  4. ክብርቲ ሚስ ብራውኒን ብሩቶን ክብረት ይሃበልይ
  5. ናይ ኢትዮጵያ ጠቅላሊ ሚኒስተርን ናይ ኤርትራ ጠቅላሊ ዲክተትርን ክቡር ዶክተር ዓቢ ኣሕመድ ይቅረ በለለይ
  6. ዓወት ናይ ኤርትራ ነጻ ፕረሰ:  51 ሓደሽቲ ናይ ዜና ማዕከናት ስረሐን ጀሚረን
  7. ጉዕዞ ንጀነቫ ንብረዚደንቲ ኢሳያስ (ኣነ ንሱ ንሱ፡ንሱ) ብዝብል ጭርሖ ንምርግጋጵ

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  • Hayat Adem

    Dear H. SGJ,
    I enjoyed “Anne Nissu, Nussu Nissu!” What a satire! The satire is to be trangulated from the pfdj-happy content, the personalities dropped in the story and the established views of the presenter. And the face projection by the presenter was truly fake-genuine and that added an entertaining element. I loved it and I hope we will be served with more stuff of such quality by Negarit as we go forward.

    • Saleh Johar

      Hello Queen Hayat,

      You are calling it “fake-genuine? I am pulling my ambassador from your royal floor. But no worries, some guy here who is on a campaign against “fake News” (No. We do not talk about PFDJ mafia news and decisions here) –he will send you a fire-breathing ambassador 🙂

      I am glad you enjoyed it. Thanks for the note.

  • Hameed Al-Arabi

    Ahlan Al-Ustath Salih Johar,

    Really, a well articulated series of Negarit. Secondly, the stimulation aired was very important and timely. Many of us think demonstrations have no value; we consider it as waste of time. The only important and valuable job is only to take a gun and fight your enemy. A totally mistaken conception. Demonstrations are more effective than shooting. The time you pass at the demonstration is very valuable. The stand and voice exerted are historical. The shouting at demonstration shocks dictators and criminals than shooting a gun. The demonstration field has more significance than a battle field. Words are more powerful than bullets.

    • Saleh Johar

      Ahlan Hameed,
      Indeed, demosntrations are “adAf alayman” if properly organized. I see they are spoiled by interest groups who are bent on using it to promote their fringe affiliations. I believe if they leave that side and focus on national issue, they would be very effective.
      Thank you

      • Beyan

        Dear SGJ,

        Amen, a million amen to that!

        BN

      • Hameed Al-Arabi

        Ahlan Al-Ustath Saleh Johha,

        I utterly agree with you demonstrations and peoples voices counts a lot. The most powerful weapon that creates unrest to a tyrant is the peoples’ voices. The more the people are vocal, the more criminals will be traumatized and shocked; therefore, they suppress any voice while it is still fetus.

        The lack of understanding priorities has made Eritreans enter inside mazes without end. Struggle against colonization and tyranny is a different phase than governance phase. In the former focus should be on how to remove colonization or tyranny. It is a grave mistake in this phase to compete for leadership. In the governance phase, all parties and individuals have the right to praise themselves and their parties. In this phase it is allowed to amplify your party and reduce your rivals value.

        If interest groups calculate issues properly; they will understand at the end of the day they are the rulers of country, but the rush makes them reveres the course. They lose everything and pull the people behind them to hell. This grave mistake was practiced by Labour Party inside ELF and repeated by the Peoples Party inside EPLF to give birth to a monster who swallowed all.

        PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, SPOILERS OF INTEREST GROUPS postpone your competition to the governance stage. We are not in the competition phase; We are in the stage of TO BE OR NOT TO BE THAT IS THE QUESTION.

  • Haile S.

    Selam SGJ,
    I like your take of Ms. Brownyn Burton’s talk. She is right, flattery may work. It is an Abyssinian feudal culture to flatter not only your ruler, even your saint. Lets learn from our mothers. They prepare the food, drinks and everything necessary for their feast and when they want to celebrate it with music and dance, they say: ውሃቢት’የ ማርያም ውሃቢት’የ፡ ዝደለኻዮ ማርያም ውሃቢት’የ…. Isayas may be expecting the same. Therefore, let’s prepare everything for a change and sing ውሃቢ’የ ኤሱ ውሃቢ’የ፡ ዝደለኻዮ ኤሱ ኣቕራቢ.

    • Beyan

      Hey Haile S.,

      The descendants of former imperialists and colonialists know best how we backward Africans think. I agree with the triple take, one of SGJ, yours, and that of Dawits. Life is too short. Let us all bow to the master even if the sun rises from west and sets to the east. Meanwhile, lest you gentlemen forget, herein follows a clip where our postcolonial master telling us how to conduct ourselves, be it a university professor like Dr. Araya or a young law student from the now defunct Asmara University. Enjoy:

      https://www.google.com/url?hl=en&q=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v%3De7zpJewwYF8&source=gmail&ust=1534060789934000&usg=AFQjCNFXErcLzqnHoSwBgGmAILPu6_z-Bg

      • Haile S.

        Selam Beyan,
        ክደርፈልካ፥ ኣሸዊና ሽዊና ልዑል ኢሳያስ እዮም ቀዳዊና። ኣሸዊና ሽዊና ልዑል ኢሳያስ እዮም ቀዳዊና።
        Co-incidentally I was watching yesterday this and other videos that Aida Kidane collected on you-tube (was staying at home because of cold). It is the sommum of IA bad mouths and leadership illeteracy. He said እዞም ሕጊ ተማሂርና፡ ባጀላ ኣለና ትብሉ…። በዓል ወልደኣብ ወልደማርያም ባጀላ ሒዞም እዮም ንበዓል ንሱ ዓይኒ ከንቁሑ ዝገበርዎም። ብ60ታት ኤርትራውያን ተመሃሮ ባጀላና ባጀላና ሃቡና እናበሉ እዮም መሰሎም ምሕታትን ናይ ነጻነት ምልዕዓል ዝጀመሩ። ሃይለስላሰ ብባጀላ 12ክፍሊ ተመሃሮ እዩ ክወድቕ ዝኸኣለ። ዋጋ ባጀላ ስለዘይፈለጠን ዘይተረድኦን እንሆ ንሱ ናይ ሕጊ ምሁር፡ ንሱ መሃንዲስ፡ ንሱ ሓኪም፡ ናይ ንግዲ ምሁር፡ ንሱ ኣእንጋዲ ቱሪስቲ፣ ካልእ ኩሉ ባጀላ ዘይብሉ ጌሩ ወሲድዎ። You did good to remind us who our leader IS.
        Thanks

        • Beyan

          Selam Haile S.,

          There was one clip, I don’t remember where I saw it, in which President Isias Afewerki goes of the rail in telling people to not waste their in ህውተታ. Supposedly referring to those of us who write and talk about Eritrean affairs. Wish I could find the clip, it is just very telling in the worldview he espouses. Until they come to that realization where educated citizens are an asset to the nation, the country will continue to cripple along.

          The cause of your cold may not be the usual stuff, it might just be ህውተታ -:) Speedy recovery, brother. Your body is telling you to give it a rest.

          Be well,
          Beyan

          • Haile S.

            Selam Beyan,
            The cold is almost gone today. Thank you a lot. I vaguely recall IA saying the ህውተታ. Anyway he said many such things to silence any kind of voice. Someone will certainly find it.
            I was watching the “Semonun Addis: Trip to Asmara Part 2” you linked in another thread. It reminded me of some of the comic magazins that we the Asmara youngsters use to read during the Kagnew era. In one of these comic magazines, a group of speleologists (I think), or adveturers enter a very deep narrow and long underground cave where they suddenly discover a subterranean civilization that dates back to late middle age. These population had fled from some devastating invasion of a warlord or king. Now facing these intruders the subteranean population was in panic and hidding. Anyway, the comics’s story was all about this sudden encounter etc etc. What I want to say is that when I saw the images of the once vibrant city of Massawa, it lively ዕዳጋ ብዕራይ፡ its ሕጥምሎ, its ጥዋለት, its vibrant ማእከል ባጽዕ, WITHOUT or with out-of-the-picture ትምባኾ chewing popoulation, its tea shops, its ሑት ሑት ሑት vendors, the impression I got is exactly like the newly discovered subterranean civilization. I know very well, the city was decimated during the war of liberation, but it was long overdue to rehabilitate it, and now more incomprehensible why it still temains a desolate place when such tourists are visiting it.

          • Beyan

            Selam Haile S.,

            It looked so desolate that you would be hard pressed to think that the Red Sea basin has any inhabitants, which is why I gravitated toward Abashawul and Asmara in general – To get snippets of hope that Eritrea has some young faces. It was one depressing clip, but it gave a window in how desperately the nation needs salvaging.

            Sincerely,
            Beyan

    • Saleh Johar

      Haile S.
      Sorry for the belated reply. Sometimes life comes in between what I want to do and what it wants me to do 🙂

      I agree with the feudal legacy of the need for flattery. It just turns me off when I realize daiwt’s “znegese ngusna” is also a feudal legacy 🙂

      • Haile S.

        Selamat Saleh,
        No worries, I completely understand. “Znegese ngusna”, yes, we are not trusting each other. A house divided among itself will accept anyone who provides a semblance of peace & ‘unity’.

  • dawit

    Dear Saleh,
    You are moving in the right direction and soon you will reach the ultimate truth “Znegese Ngusna, Zbereq Tshaina”.

    dawit

    • Saleh Johar

      Hi dawit,
      Thank you for the encouragement, you are my inspiration. But you are worrying me, after all the efforts I didn’t reach the truth, yet?

      Please advise. What do I need to do to get to where you are?

      • dawit

        Hi Saleh,
        It is simple just accept PIA
        Is the elect of God for Eritrea today and who knows you may be the next elect of Alah. Eritrea need stability and peace. No need wasting time and money on Mekete or Opppsition Demonstrations in Geniva or London supporting or demonizing our leaders. We could use our money and time to establish ‘Tehanit’ or water delivery businesses at Halib Mentel so that or daughter Miriam use her time to go to school or weave ‘meshrefet’ to sell and purchase I-Phone in Keren Hashela. More time to plant ‘bltug’ and prepare ‘Ikelet’ to eat at home than hamburger in NY or Sydney in exile.If every one for peaceful existane ther will be peace. Changing leaders by ballet or bullet dose not establish peace to a country. We have seen the result in Somalia or Yemen. Therefore Brother Saleh to accept the Centuries wisdom of “znegese ngusna, zbereq tsehaoma, zhareme maina’ is still a valid servoval sttategy for Eritrea’s road for lasting peace and development.
        dawit

        • Saleh Johar

          Hi Dawit,
          That is exactly what I will do as I announced. But I have to thank you for letting me know we have two creators: God and Allah. While God elects Isaias, you say Allah can elect me. What now, Dawit! You want the two to fight it out? The Greek gods fought among themselves and the result was always disaster. That worries me and I better pray to Allah to let God decide. What do you say?

          • dawit

            Hi Saleh,
            Don’t worry the difference in referring the Creator some call it Egziabher, Alah, Rebi, Waikato, Diyo?, Wakayo, God etc referring to the Super Natural force. In Tigre both Muslims and Christian refer to God ‘Rebi’.
            I have a story my grandmother told long time a go in Cheren or Keren. The old lady lived at a time king Yohanis of Abyssinia and Derbush worriers causing havoc in her town. When ever she greet stranger she uses the phrase ‘Alhamdilhali Yemesgeno’ when didn’t know the stranger’s religious backgrounds and that was her Servival strategy.

            dawit

          • Teodros Alem

            Selam dawit
            The wallo people too, used similar kind of ‘Alhamdilhah yemesgenwa” technic to servive from yohanis.
            Who is referring God as waikato and diyo?
            Wakayo, i think it is oromogn. right?

          • dawit

            Selam Teodros

            Yes Waqayo is Oromo and Diyo is Italians. Yohanis after betraying king Teodros, he unleashed religious wars in the region and finally he lost his head at Metema!

          • Teodros Alem

            Selam dawit
            I know his head still in some kind of museum in Khartoum.
            People of wallo have to diamond a very big monument to be erected in memory of the victims.
            What about waikato?

          • dawit

            Selam Tedros,

            I think it in Bugamda in Uganda I am not sure. I don’t believe having a monument of victims serve any useful purpose except extending enemity to future generations. I believe PMAA approach of repentance and forgiveness.

            dawit

          • Teodros Alem

            Selam dawit
            I respect ur stand on no monument but for the betterment and future of the region this monument is crucial, because with out the help from eritrea and wello(by extension amara) those people alone can’t make any damage in the future .
            In short we need to learn from history and protect the future.

          • Saleh Johar

            Hi dawit,
            Thanks for the wisdom you have been showering this forum. If we just ask, “How high” whenever we are asked to jump, life would be easy… and then we can establish a wefcho bet in Gndar. Thank you