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Negarit #24: ሕልናቢስ ግንሒቶ – Disgustingly Wicked

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  • Brhan

    Thanks Saleh,
    In our opposition meetings and gathering we should criticize our leaders. Just being an opposition figure doesn’t mean that you are free from being criticized to what you say or do. If we see our leaders have some attitude like the dictator , we can just simply ignore that because they are leaders in our opposition groups. Like you said we have always to be genuine : leaders and followers in the opposition groups.

    • Saleh Johar

      You make it sound as if I discouraged criticism. I didn’t. I am saying, when the PFDJ guys criticize it is not to see improvements or out of concern. It’s to damage the opposition. It’s is vile and with bad intentions. And that is when a criticism becomes an attack. Again, no PFDJ stooge is qualified to criticize any opposition, I think. Do you disagree with that? If not, that is what I said. Thank you

  • Amanuel Hidrat

    Selam Saleh,

    I like your “relay stick” metaphor to explain the new unreformed PFDJites. They can not have their own stick even if they adorn the purpose of a stick. In the “politics of instrumentalism” the “relay stick” serves well to the Eritrean despot.

    • Saleh Johar

      Ahlan Amanuel,
      True, they pretend to appear independent but carry the PFDJ stick. They pretend to be against injustice but they clearly support the statuesque. What better illustration of confusion can you get? Worse, they are confused and want to confuse the rest of us.