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Ethiopian fascism at its climax stage!

The demonisation & dehumanisation of ethnic #Tigrayans have been conducted publicly by Ethiopian journalists, politicians, public figures, activists, & genocide apologist & paid sympathisers of the Ethiopian regime.

Here I provide tangible evidence to support my claim.

Alemneh Wasa of zehabesha is a journalist by profession and has been at the core of the anti-#Tigrayan movement, especially, for the past 15 months.

Pan-Africanists should #KnowMore before saying #NoMore!

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An English translation to his bio on his @Twitter account:

<<This holy country Ethiopia is in trouble today due to her traitor children. The treasonous are unapologetically doing their best to destroy her. Beloved Ethiopians, I will do all I can in the battlefield of ...>>
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The latest coordinated campaign by the #TPLF wing in the diaspora and #TPLF activities revolves around drones and with the intention of hampering Ethiopia’s defense capabilities.

a mini-thread on the build-up to impose an arms embargo against #Ethiopia.

#Knowmore say #Nomore
The #TPLF have failed to achieve their goal of overthrowing the federal government by force and returning to power, They failed not once but twice.

1st when they waged war against the government by attacking the military base of the Northern command in Tigray back in Nov 2020.
The second time, they managed to re-group, mobilize and march all the way to Debresina ( 600 KM from Tigray regional capital Mekelle) only to be pushed back to Tigray after losing 10s of thousands of Tigran youth died in vain.
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#HopingAgainstHope: Panafricanism and the fight for Southern Rhodesia [Zimbabwe]

1/ Between 1970-73, the UK & US vetoed 5 resolutions against white minority dictatorship in S. Rhodesia. The proceedings of the UNSC meeting are eerily reminiscent of our current situation.
2/ In 1972, OAU held a meeting in Addis opened by HIM Hailesselassie to strategize further with regard to the situation in S. Rhodesia & the role of the UN. In 1973, a UNSC resolution was tabled by Kenya & Guinea calling for action against the illegal white minority gov't of SR.
3/ Odero-Jowi, representing Kenya gave a very elegant and moving speech against this debacle and rebuked the members of the UNSC[UN & UK] that consistently stop resolutions against the white minority govt of SR through what he aptly called "velvet vetoes."
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TPLF misinfo ops are really scaling up... lots of spaces being held, new angles (Afar self-determination - Abala massacre is fake news) and it looks like they are now trying to leverage #NoMore and #KnowMore
Here was a twitter space organised tonight which had 500 attendees which is pretty amazing for a Boxing Day evening/afternoon. Hosted by @meazaG_.
What exactly is the current TPLF line on the Abala massacre? On the 21st of December @UNSpokesperson told UN news eporter @MBesheer that 20 trucks were stranded in Abala due to security issues.
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Who called then #Festivals and not FEAST-ivals? 🤤♥️

Here we have a thread on some delectable foods we get to enjoy during festivals!

Grab a copy of 'Inside India: Festivals and Celebrations' by @HarperCollinsIN to #KnowMore.…
#Kadambattu - During Pongal and Kailpoldu, Kadambattu or steamed rice balls are made and usually eaten with curries. The dish is made from broken rice and coconut which is boiled till it becomes mushy and then shaped into round balls and steamed again to hold its shape.
Caramel Sheer Khurma is a dish made from Vermicelli, dates, dry fruits and milk. This special dish is served on the morning of Eid day in the family after the #Eid prayer as breakfast, and throughout the day to all the visiting guests.
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Festivities can't possibly escape us - and here are some facts about #HarvestFestivals that you don't want to escape from.

Grab a copy of Inside India: Festivals and Celebrations by @HarperCollinsIN to #KnowMore about culturally rich festivals.…
What connects the festivals of #Baisakhi, #MakarSankranthi, #Pongal among other Indian festivals?

A - They are considered as Harvest festivals and also mark the end of the winter solstice. Image
#Incwala is a festival celebrated in the republic of Eswatini. This harvest festival takes place during the summer solstice. Incwala takes place over a period of about a month, starting with the small incwala, incwala lencane, and culminating in the big incwala, incwala lenkhulu. Image
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