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Life, Education, and Career of Abiy Ahmed Ali PM of Ethiopia


Abiy Ahmed Ali PM of Ethiopia

Abiy Ahmed Ali PM of Ethiopia

Beshasha Primary School

Beshasha Primary School

Ahmed Ali, the father of Abiy Ahmed is an Oromo Muslim

Ahmed Ali, the father of Abiy Ahmed is an Oromo Muslim

Abiy Ahmed was born in Beshasha small town/village in the historic Kaffa Province (in modern times Jimma Zone, Oromia Region), Ethiopia, on 15 August 1976. His father, Ahmed Ali, is a Muslim Oromo; while Abiy’s deceased mother, Tezeta Wolde, was a Christian Amhara from Burayu just outside Addis Ababa and was his father’s fourth wife.

Abiy is the thirteenth child to his father and was the sixth and youngest child of his mother. His childhood name was Abiyot, meaning Revolution, in Amharic, a name that was sometimes given to children in the aftermath of the Derg overthrow of Haile Selassie (Tafari Makonnen) in 1974.

Located in southwestern Ethiopia, the small town Beshasha has two major agricultural products of Ethiopia – coffee and khat. Kaffa (Kefa) was a province on the southwestern side of Ethiopia; its capital city was Jimma. It was named after the former Kingdom of Kaffa. The etymology of Kaffa is thought to be from the Arabic qahwah meaning “a drink from berries”. The English word coffee is derived from the same root.

The then Abiyot went to Beshasha Primary School till his 6th grade and later went to a number of secondary schools in Agaro town (or Haggaro) 17 km from Beshasha (schools names are unknown). His secondary education was interrupted when he joined the very tiny Oromo People’s Democratic Organization (OPDO) few moths after the fall of Derg at the age of 14.

Beshasha village taken by the photographer Matiyas on 20 March 2014 and published over Panoramio

Beshasha village taken by the photographer Matiyas on 20 March 2014 and published over Panoramio

Agaro, Ethiopia, located in the Jimma Zone of the Oromia Region 17 km from Beshasha

Agaro, Ethiopia, located in the Jimma Zone of the Oromia Region 17 km from Beshasha

The Derg (meaning “committee” or “council”) is the short name of the Coordinating Committee of the Armed Forces, Police and Territorial Army. Officially known as the Provisional Military Government of Socialist Ethiopia, it took power following the ousting of Emperor Haile Selassie in 1974. In 1987 the Derg was replaced by Mengistu Haile Mariam, its chairman since 1977, with the People’s Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (PDRE). Mengistu was overthrown in 1991.

The Derg was being fought mainly by a coalition between the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) (popularly known as Woyane) formed in 1975 with the Eritrean People’s Liberation Front (EPLF) formed in 1970. EPLF won Eritrea on May 24, 1991 from the PDRE. Fighters from Tigray formed in 1988 a coalition with Amhara to overthrow the Derg. They called it Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) made of the TPLF (Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front) and the now called ANDM (Amhara National Democratic Movement).

The Oromo Liberation Front is an organisation established in 1973 by Oromo separatists to promote self-determination for the Oromo people against Amhara hegemony as oppressing and suppressing the Oromo people and their culture. Their program called for the “total liberation of the Oromo nation from Ethiopian colonialism”. The OLF (Oromo Liberation Front) was fighting the Derg alone. At the time, Agaro town was an OLF stronghold.

In 1990, the TPLF formed several other ethnic based political groups from prisoners it had released and put them all under an umberalla organization called the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF). The Oromo group in the EPRDF was the Oromo People’s Democratic Organization (OPDO) and its creation was seen as an attempt to undermine the OLF. The Oromo People’s Democratic Organization (OPDO) was a very small group  competing with the existing much bigger Oromo Liberation Front (OLF). The Oromo Liberation Front, the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front and the Eritrean People’s Liberation Front had differing alliances with each other, the TPLF and EPLF had a strong alliance and they both had limited coordination with the OLF.

A friend of Abiy by the name Komitas became the personal driver of Abadula Gemeda, one of the founders of the OPDO, and through this opportunity, it is believed he made his first moves in 1990. Abiy began his career as a radio operator for the OPDO. With the downfall of the Derg he took formal military training at the Assefa Brigade in Western Wollega with a focus on Radio Communications and Military Intelligence.

Abiy’s father, Ahmed Ali, along with his first son Kedir Ahmed was imprisoned by Derg in 1990 for a short time. Kedir Ahmed died in unknown circumstances. The death of his brother shook Abiy and made him join the small and newly formed OPDF.

At the age of 15 or 16, he took military training from Assefa Brigade in West Wollega and was stationed there. His military post was in intelligence and communications. At the age of 17 he became a soldier in the now Ethiopian National Defense Force in 1993 and worked mostly in intelligence and communications department. In 1995, at the age of 19, after the Rwandan genocide, he was deployed as a member of the United Nations Peace Keeping Force (UNAMIR), Kigali, Rwanda.

Later, while serving in the Ethiopian National Defense Force, Abiy received his first degree, a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from a private IT college in Addis Ababa, called Microlink in 2001.

In 2005, Abiy earned a post-graduate certificate/declaration in Cryptography at Machihe Dynamics in Pretoria, Republic of South Africa (AES encryption based on block cipher).

Abiy holds a Master of Arts in Transformational Leadership and Change, from the International Leadership Institute, Addis Ababa, in 2011, which has partnership with the Business School at Greenwich University, London.

He also holds a Master of Business Administration from the Leadstar College of Management and Leadership in Addis Ababa in partnership with Ashland University in 2013.

Abiy, who had started his Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) work several years ago as a regular student, completed his PhD in 2017 at the Institute for Peace and Security Studies, Addis Ababa University. He did his PhD work on the Agaro constituency with the PhD thesis entitled “Social Capital and its Role in Traditional Conflict Resolution in Ethiopia: The Case of Inter-Religious Conflict In Jimma Zone state”. As a follow-up to his PhD thesis, he published a research article on de-escalation strategies in the Horn of Africa Bulletin in a special journal issue dedicated to countering violent extremism.

Military career

According to multiple sources, Abiy joined a military organization as radio operator in early 1991, just a few months before the downfall of Derg, almost at the age of 15. He did so as a member of OPDO (Oromo People’s Democratic Organization), which at that time was a tiny organization of only around 200 fighters. As there were only so few OPDO fighters in an army with its core of about 90,000 Tigrayans, Abiy quickly had to learn the Tigrinya language. As a speaker of Tigrinya in a security apparatus, he could move forward with his military career.

After the fall of the Derg On 21 May 1991, he took formal military training from Assefa Brigade in West Wollega and was stationed there. His military post was in intelligence and communications. Later on he became a soldier in the now Ethiopian National Defense Force in 1993, aged 17, and worked mostly in intelligence and communications department.

In 1995, after the Rwandan genocide, at the age of 19, he was deployed as a member of the United Nations Peace Keeping Force (UNAMIR), Kigali, Rwanda. Only 21 years old he served in the Ethio-Eritrea border war between 1998 and 2000.

In 2006, Abiy went to his home town of Beshasha, where he address religious clashes between Muslims and Christians with 6 deaths. On 14 October 2006, a group of three hundred Muslims, carrying guns and knives approached a church where the Orthodox Christians were holding a midnight worship service. When the locked doors prevented the mob from entering the church they forced the congregation out of the church by pouring gasoline around the building.

The men of the church came out first and attempted to defend the men and women but because they had no real weapons in comparison to the guns and knives used against them they were attacked by the mob. Fifteen individuals from the church suffered severe knife wounds and six people died as a result – two priests, two elderly women, and two men.

Two weeks later, the Ethiopian media announced that the police had arrested the leader of the massacre. It was only two weeks before the Beshasha massacre that another attack on Christians occurred in Jimma, Ethiopia because Muslims opposed Orthodox Christians celebrating the traditional Meskel holiday. This was a prelude for his role as an inter-religious mediator he became in later years.

In 2008, Abiy was one of the co-founders of the Ethiopian Information Network Security Agency (INSA), where he worked in different positions. For two years, he was acting director of INSA due to a leave of absence of the director assigned to the post. In this capacity, he was board member of several government agencies working on information and communications, like Ethio Telecom and Ethiopian Television.

In 2010, Abiy eventually decided to leave the military and his post as deputy director of INSA to become a politician. The highest rank he had achieved during his military career was that of a Lieutenant Colonel. Some reports confirm he stayed as a member of the Ethiopian National Defense Forces till 2007 only.

According to his profile, which was presented to the House of People’s Representatives in 2015, while he was being appointed by Hailemariam Dessalegn as minister of Science and Technology, Abiy’s military rank was Major.

Legitimate Questions to Be Answered:

Are his education, degrees and doctorate genuine and of substance; or made up and political character cosmetics?

Is he a young fast-rising national leader; or a foreign-backed manufactured agent?

Is he a maker of peace, solidarity, and freedom; or an ethnic-religious manipulator, terrorism businessman, and oppressor?

Is he a politician of principles and values; or a Machiavellian person and soldier?

Is he going to develop and protect Ethiopia; or sell it out to foreign businesses and turned it to a vassal state?

Is he a man of the future; or he will return Ethiopia to its ugly brutal feudal past?

Will he respect the duties of PM towards all Ethiopians; or does he have an agenda against the Tigrayan people?

Will he reveal and correct the history and atrocities of the regime of Tafari Makonnen (Haile Selassie); or conceal and support it?

Will he rid Ethiopian politics from ethnic and religious antagonistic parties; or will he capitalize on them for survival?

Will he respect the demands of poor agrarian majority; or will he suppress and deceive them?

Will he continue the previous policies of liberation from injustice and slavery; or will he lead a privileged minority only?

Africans must watch out to protect Ethiopia and Africa.

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Unholy East-West Alliance Confronting Europeans and the World


Sultan Beyazit II welcoming Jews expelled from Iberia to the Ottoman Empire in 1492.

Sultan Beyazit II welcoming Jews expelled from Iberia to the Ottoman Empire in 1492. This formed the alliance that provided for the colonization of the Americas and supplied White and Black slaves for cotton plantations, liquor, and brothels in the “New World”.

The Ottoman Empire didn’t fall; it still exists, it just went into “modern” facelift and change of tactics from religious to secular, and now back to “Islamism”. Gulf Arab rulers and wealthy clans are not really Arabs, they are Turkic just like Turkey, Israel, Persia (which called itself Iran but it is still Turkic Persia), and Morocco. Other Turkic groups include: the false Europeans made by the collapse of the Western Roman Empire in 476 AD. That event created Papal Christianity, UK and other European monarchs which were not executed or toppled during the English civil war and after the Spring of Nations. Of course they are not hostile to each other as all people believe.

Finally the same system took the new form of EU organization, and deep states in the Americas (North and South America) and in Europe. Now, it is trying to reinvent itself through globalization, liberalism, and New Order. All these components of East-West Alliance are Turkic groups having the same goals despite the different outlooks and styles.

The Roman Empire was good but the parasites eroded its foundations until it collapsed under its own weight then the infiltrators took it over. Since that moment the world is struggling with Roman parasites who look like Romans, and now like Italians, since 476 AD but not European at all. Until now Italians can hardly be called a nation, and the French too, and soon the Germans and will no longer exist as a nations. All Eastern Europe like Poland, Ukraine, and Balkan nations had long been gone.

The earliest Turkic project, aside from the Persian era, is found in the processes of decline of the Western and Eastern Roman Empires (400 AD – 1400 AD). In the second half of this period of Roman decline the Imperial-Papacy disputes emerged and the root origins of the Houses of Hanover and Windsor appeared. That turbulent period created opportunities for waging the Crusades of (1095-1291) and (1147-1410) which empowered various Turkic groups in many different ways. Many of these Crusades were launched against Christians (Bosnian 1235–1241; Albigensian 1209–1229; Aragonese 1284/5; Despenser’s 1382/3; Hussite 1419–1434).

It is quite clear now that the colonization of the Americas, and also Australia, were not done by Europeans. It was a Turkic grand project and they needed the use of Europeans to serve the parasites because Europeans are smart, hardworking, and could make the parasites rich. Sultan Beyazit II welcomed Jews expelled from Iberia to the Ottoman Empire in 1492. This formed the alliance that provided for the colonization of the Americas and supplied White and Black slaves for cotton plantations, liquor, and brothels in the “New World”. Europeans were not masters of their destiny in the “New World” and this will be concretely established in the New Order.

Europeans were not even partners in colonizing the Americas or Australia. Europeans didn’t gain any power or wealth from the lucrative businesses of slavery, cotton plantations, human trafficking, money lending, porn, prostitution, piracy, drugs, and others. Things will change in the Middle East, Africa and the Americas only after European Americans, Native Americans, Latin Americans, African Americans, Asian Americans and Europeans in Europe depose the deep states in the USA and Europe.

Now, matters are turning against Turkic wishes in USA and slowly in Europe, and the coming era is a contest and struggle between different nations and nation-states against the old East-West Alliance. The horrendous Late Bronze Age collapse of 1177 BC could repeat itself if nothing is done. Will different nations and nation-states form a counter coalition block? This is the question.

 

Jewish Political Experts Propose Creating Sheikhdoms from Iraq to Sudan


Turkey in Asia new encyclopedic atlas and Gazetteer

Turkey in Asia new encyclopedic atlas and Gazetteer

In July 2014, some Dr. Mordechai Kedar said: “the only thing that deters them (terrorists) is if they know that their sister or their mother will be raped in the event that they are caught.” In December 2014, several scheduled appearances in UK were cancelled for his association with Pamela Geller, a racist from the U.S. who was banned from the U.K.

Recently he recommended dismantling nation-states in the Middle East and Sudan. Melanie Phillips a British Jewess journalist holder of the Orwell Prize for Journalism in 1996, supported this opinion by writing: “Given the carnage in Syria and the intractability of such a complex religious and ethnic civil war, it has often been observed, rightly, that the very notion of one unified country is inimical to Arab culture. It was imposed upon the Arab world after World War One by western countries which either didn’t realise or didn’t care that the nation state was wholly inappropriate for a culture which was fundamentally tribal. What we’ve seen happening, not just in Syria but more widely throughout the Arab world, is the collapse of that nation state model into feuding tribes and clans. Accordingly, some commentators have suggested that the only solution for Syria is to divide it into enclaves reflecting a culturally authentic tribal pattern.” Jews pretend to forget that these nations had great states, history and civilizations, and were not tribal nomads like Turkic Jews and, to lesser extent, the Semite Israelite. (more…)

Facebook is Fighting Europeans and Islam for the Jews


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Facebook blocked me on 12 Sept. 2017, for 7 days, 30 minutes after I posted this comment on a post by: Malik Umar, on a public group called: “The American Deplorables:
[The USA, Europe, and Africa will be liberated from Turkic Jewish and Europeans (Whites) are most welcome and respected].

Yes, I said this and I will keep saying it again and again because this what I believe the truth and many believe. Europeans (Whites) are welcomed and respected but the world will free itself from Turkic Jews.

Read what they are doing and saying on this Facebook public group: The American Deplorables (more…)

Who is Right? The Muslim Rohingya or the Buddhist Myanmar?


Who is Right? The Muslim Rohingya or the Buddhist Myanmar?

People from Indonesian Muslim hardline groups hold a banner and placards during a protest near the embassy of Myanmar in Jakarta May 3, 2013. Indonesian police tightened security around Myanmar’s embassy in Jakarta, following the arrest of two men who are suspected of planning an attack on the embassy and during the protest in support of of Muslims in Myanmar. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA – Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST RELIGION) – RTXZ8ME

 

Let us be fair. Let us assume that Myanmar is a Muslim country and the Rohingya are Buddhists. Then the Buddhist refugees insisted that they are citizens and wanted to take a region from the Muslim Myanmar.

When their claims were rejected by the Muslim Myanmar the Buddhist Rohingya accused them of injustice and human rights abuses and took up arms against the Muslim Myanmar and violence erupted resulting on deaths from both sides.

Who is to blame? The Buddhist Rohingya or the Muslim Myanmar?

What the Muslims in the world will feel and do towards the Buddhist refugees’ insurgency against the Muslims of Myanmar?

Will the Muslim sheikhs take up arms and engage in violence to protect their land, people, and faith?

Will the Muslims declare Jihad to fight against Buddhist militants?

Stop the hypocrisy; this crisis is not about Islam versus Buddhism; or about wicked Buddhist monks. It is simply about protecting Myanmar from refugees and terrorists with foreign support hiding behind civilians and using them and using Islam as shields.

There is no reason whatsoever to condemn Buddhist monks for carrying arms and engaged in legitimate defensive violence. The matter is about defending their land, people, and faith. This is a normal and must be encouraged and not condemned. The defamation of armed Buddhist monks must not apply to any religion equally.

No one could assume that good Buddhist monks must sit down and do nothing while refugees and insurgents attack their land, people, and faith.

The only solution for the Rohingya- Myanmar problem is by creating a mandatory global fund with contributions from all who colonized, enslaved, and exploited the Bengal.

The fund shall be used to develop Bangladesh and enable it to accept and resettle the Rohingya refugees of Myanmar in Bangladesh and to fight the insurgent groups in Myanmar and protect the borders between the two countries.

All who created the mess and misery of Bangladesh must be forced to pay.

All countries must stop using the crisis for political gains and promoting terrorism and religious extremism.

The generosity of Myanmar for hosting the refugees for such very long time must be appreciated, recognized, and compensated.

The main perpetrators and creators of misery and violence will be against the proposal of creating a fund for two reasons:

  1. It will condemn them and force them to pay money which they hate;
  2. It will foil their plans of exporting terrorism and exploiting this already impoverished region.

The Only Solution for the Rohingya-Myanmar Problem


The Only Solution for the Rohingya-Myanmar Problem

The Only Solution for the Rohingya-Myanmar Problem

The only solution for the Rohingya- Myanmar problem is by creating a mandatory global fund with contributions from all who colonized, enslaved, and exploited the Bengal.

The fund shall be used to develop Bangladesh and enable it to accept and resettle the Rohingya refugees of Myanmar in Bangladesh and to fight the insurgent groups in Myanmar and protect the borders between the two countries.

All who created the mess and misery of Bangladesh must be forced to pay.

All countries must stop using the crisis for political gains and promoting terrorism and religious extremism.

The generosity of Myanmar for hosting the refugees for such very long time must be appreciated, recognized, and compensated.

The Turks and their slaves are against the proposal of creating a fund for two reasons:
1. It will condemn them and force them to pay money which they hate;
2. It will foil their plans of exporting terrorism and exploiting this already impoverished region.

ROHINGYA: Myths and Facts, Written by: Saw KoPhone


Rohingyas are not Burmese

Rohingyas are not Burmese

1. Rohingyas are not Burmese. They called themselves as Rohingya. There are no such people in Burmese history and census.
2. Rohingyas are in fact Bengali who speaks Bengali dialect, dress Bengali clothes and eat Bengali food and have Bengali cultures.
3. Rohingyas are illegal immigrants who illegally entered to Myanmar from Bangladesh.
4. The Burmese government gave citizenship to many Rohingyas, but more and more illegal immigrant Rohingyas comes from Bangladesh every year.
5. When they became citizenship, they are equal under the law. No one may be discriminated against on the basis of their race, religion, ethnic group, or gender.
6. Rohingya raped underage girls (under 13 years old), tortured them and killed these little girls.
7. Rohingya bullied Rakhine people, did several arson attacks, killed hundreds of Rakhine people and burnt thousands of houses.
8. Rohingya has been trained by fundamentalist Taliban and Al Qaeda (cited from wikileaks and other credible news).
9. Rohingya owns thousands of guns to shoot Rakhine people. (Please go to Rakhine state and research it. Dozens of Rakhine people are killed by Rohingya bullets)

Myth 1. They cannot marry and have children. Government restricts them.
Fact : Rohingya population extremely increases every year in Myanmar. The rate is higher than Myanmar population rate. How come their population increases every year? (more…)

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