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The Politics of Representation and State Violence in Ethiopia: The Oromo Colonial Experience June 11, 2015

Posted by OromianEconomist in Aannolee and Calanqo, Africa, Ethiopia's Colonizing Structure and the Development Problems of People of Oromia.
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The Politics of Representation and State Violence in Ethiopia: The Oromo Colonial Experience

Published by oromopress on Jun 10, 2015
Authors: Gemetchu Megerssa & Aneesa Kassam. Scanned by Oromo Press staff with the permission of one of the authors (Dr Gemetchu Megerssa).
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Ethiopia’s Economy: Time for the West to Call a Spade a Spade June 11, 2015

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???????????Ethiopia is the one of the lowest in social Progress 2015AUTHORITARIAN OVER SPEECH

From Where I Sit...

Dounle digit EthiopiaThe western media and its sponsors have gone to great lengths to present Ethiopia as a democratic nation whose economy is growing by “double digits”. The suffering Ethiopian people know better but have been muffled and prevented from expressing their aspirations and dreams by a minority mercenary regime. Over the last decade, Ethiopia has been hailed as the “fastest growing non-oil economies” in Africa, maintaining a double-digit annual economic growth rate. Ethiopia’s Gross Domestic Product may have grown (court is still out on that) but according to Simon Kuznets, “the welfare of a nation can scarcely be inferred from a measure of national income.” The measure was never intended as much more than a useful accounting device.

Reports on Ethiopia’s GDP say:

  • “…For the past 10 years, the country has registered an average 10.9 real GDP (Gross Domestic Product) growth rate and this trend has shown us that the country…

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