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TPLF is worried about “territorial integrity” of Ethiopia. Wow!

 Look who is talking! TPLF is worried about “territorial integrity” of Ethiopia. Wow! By Bayisa Wak-Woya Abstract Following the events at the IOLA organized London Conference on National Consensus, where an individual participant of the event made a “damaging” statement about the emergence of “free Oromia” on that ashes of a “dismantled Ethiopia”, TPLF, and […]

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Violence Against Media and Knowledge Dissemination in Ethiopia

Violence Against Free Media and Knowledge Dissemination in Ethiopia: An Analysis of the Mechanisms of Restrictions on Information Flow By Habtamu Dugo hab.dugo@gmail.com Visiting Professor of Communications, University of the District of Columbia Abstract This article examines multiple mechanisms the Ethiopian state has been using to implement information blackout throughout the country in order to […]

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Famine, Genocide and Media Control in Ethiopia – By Dugo and Eisen

Famine, Genocide and Media Control in Ethiopia  Habtamu Dugo hab.dugo@gmail.com Visiting Professor of Communications, University of the District of Columbia Joanne Eisen, DDS joannedeisen@cs.com Senior Fellow, Criminology and Genocide, Independence Institute, Denver Source: Africology: The Journal of Pan African Studies, vol.9, no.10, December 2016 Abstract In Ethiopia, we show how the ruling elites have long understood […]

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Grand #OromoProtests Mogor town, West Shewa, August 6, 2016

Auto-immune diseases of the colonizers immunotherapy

Dr. Baro Keno Deressa Immune system disorders cause abnormally low activity or over activity of the immune system. In cases of immune system over activity, the body attacks and damages its own tissues (autoimmune diseases). Immune deficiency diseases decrease the body’s ability to fight invaders, causing vulnerability to infections. In response to an unknown trigger, […]

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Genocide in the making in Oromia

Brief account on the Oromo protest from Nov. 2015 – Nov. 2016 By Tarekegn Chimdi (PhD) Background The Oromo people constitute over 40% of the total population and a single largest national group in Ethiopia. Since the date of colonization by the Abyssinians at the end of 19th century, their political, economic, social and cultural […]

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The Big Debate – Beyond Assimilation and Accommodation: The Resurgence of Oromo Nationalism

Ezekiel Gebissa, Special to Addis Standard Ethiopia’s political history of the last half-century has been the pregressive unfolding of the twinned ideas of “land to the tiller question” and the “national question.” Two ideological factions coalesced around the question of nationalities: the ethno-nationalists who favored self-determination and the Ethiopianists who advocated granting regional autonomy to […]

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Reimagining Global Social Movements in the Perspective of Egalitarian Democracy

By Asafa Jalata, PhD Abstract The analysis starts by offering a critique of the existing social movement literature and by suggesting the integration of critical theories of knowledge with theories and wisdom of indigenous peoples in order to develop an alternative knowledge of critical thinking and scholarship in social movement studies. It also proposes ideas […]

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The Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Rangeland Management in Yabello Woreda, Southern Oromia, Ethiopia

Dika Godana G*, Department of soil resource and watershed management, Gambella University, Ethiopia Source: Arts and Social Sciences Journal also in PDF Introduction Background and justification Complex pastoral management systems have evolved from the pastoralists’ successful adaptation under the harsh conditions of arid and semi-arid rangelands [1]. Similarly Blench [2] noted that, the existing pastoral systems […]

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CNN Exposed – Emmy Winning Former CNN Journalist Blows The Whistle: CNN is paid by foreign and domestic Government agencies.

CNN Exposed – Emmy Winning Former CNN Journalist Blows The Whistle: CNN is paid by foreign and domestic Government agencies.

  Note: The #OromoProtests and #OromoRevolution that has been given wide written, visual and social media coverage all over the world has been denied attention & coverage by the CNN. The following piece will exactly explain the reason why the CNN has been refusing to report on the profound & unique struggle & revolution of the […]

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Is Oromo-Amhara solidarity a myth or reality?

By J. Ebisa   Introduction The recently discussed Amhara-Oromo solidarity, by some, does not mean that Amhara and Oromo have the same historical memories, experience, and aspirations. It is true that both the Amhara and Oromo are now marginalized and oppressed by Kleptorcatic gangs which mix Stanlism, plutocracy and neo-liberal developmentalism as a method of […]

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What We Had, What was Taken from Us, What We Will Reclaim

What We Had, What was Taken from Us, What We Will Reclaim

The Oromo Irreecha Festival Revisited and Reinterpreted By Mekuria Bulcha, PhD Introduction Once again the Oromo are preparing for the celebrations of the Irreecha festival at Lake Arsadee in Bishoftu city 50 km south of Finfinnee (Addis Ababa) in central Oromia. This time the annual national rendezvous takes place on October 1, 2016. Although it […]

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Who is Pathogen?

By Dr. Baro Keno Deressa In medical terminology: Pathogen is an agent causing disease or illness to its host. Pathogens are mostly microscopic, such as bacteria, viruses, protozoa, and fungi. Today i am going to talk about the macroscopic pathogen of the humanity TPLF government. I said this because of my profound belief that, the […]

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#OromoProtests: The “Oromo Street” and Afria’s Counter-Protest State

Etana Habte, Special to Addis Standard (Addis Standard) — In the first part of this series, I explored in historic perspectives (particularly with developments in Oromia regional state) the Ethiopian government’s road to becoming a counter-protest state and the systematic ways in which the regime further bolstered its role as a counter-protest state. And in the second […]

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The Amhara Identity: Resurgence from tactical self-hide or manifestation of TPLF oppressive policy? How do Amhara elites might verify the evolvement?

By Geda Moti (PhD) I read interview article of Prof Mesfin W/M (http://www.mereja.com/amharic/512100) and article by Girma Kassa (http://www.ethiomedia.com/1016notes/7405.html) with concern of its implication on forth coming solidarity imperatives. Obviously, the ideas reflected on Amhara identity in both articles are often floating around recent publications related to the unrest in Ethiopia. I understand the right […]

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