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Characteristics of a Totalitarian Rules of TPLF Ethiopian Regime August 23, 2017

Posted by OromianEconomist in Colonizing Structure, Uncategorized.
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Characteristics of a Totalitarian Rules of TPLF Ethiopia Regime

1. Terror: Use of violence (Agazi, secrete policy, state terrorism) or the threat of violence to produce fear so that people will obey the regime.

2. Extreme Nationalism (Nepotism): The belief by TPLF that its Tigray more than anything else.

3. Propoganda (Monopolistic control of the state and the mass media) : Using newspapers, magazines, radio, speeches, movies, lobbyists to give people and the world a one sided message.
4. Economic Control: The TPLF decides (owns) who/what/where to be made and sold.

5. Charisma: Creates imaginary quality about a leader that makes people eager to follow him. still Melese Zenawi is on tv although dead.

6. Indoctrination: To teach people to accept a system of beliefs without questioning.

7. One Party Rule: Only TPLF (EPRDF) that made up of minority Tigray ethnic is allowed to exist. it has complete power though has no mandate of 95% (96 milliion of) the population.

8. Censorship: The removal of anything objectionable to or critical of the TPLF.

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1. OromianEconomist - September 2, 2017

Tyrants are secretive; Leaders are transparent.

Everyone has flaws; everyone makes mistakes. Leaders know this and are willing to acknowledge and apologise for their own flaws and errors. They’re also willing to stand up to honest feedback and reveal what, exactly, they plan to do.

Tyrants tend to shun these practices; after all, they’re attempting to project an image of flawlessness, of Godliness rather than mere humanity. Likewise, if their “easy answers” are investigated too deeply, it will quickly become apparent that they won’t actually work. Tyrants, therefore rely on secrecy and lies to succeed.

Ultimately, a leader is someone we want to follow, whereas a tyrant is someone we feel coerced to follow—If not by direct physical force, then by the powerfully manipulative force of fear. If an authority figure’s core message leaves you feeling bullied, worried and threatened, you’re probably looking at a tyrant in the making.http://rezilium.com/the-tyrant-vs-the-leader-how-to-recognize-if-you-are-being-led-or-bullied/

2. OromianEconomist - September 2, 2017

To Oromo Protests Question from Inner City Press, Ethiopia PR Calls Social Media Dangerous https://www.patreon.com/posts/14172874


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