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Irredeemably lost, irreparably damaged, and irrecoverably broken. Such is now the relationship between Oromos and the government of Ethiopia July 21, 2020

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Irredeemably lost, irreparably damaged, and irrecoverably broken. Such is now the relationship between Oromos and the government of Ethiopia.

Dr. Tsegaye Ararssa

After #Hacaaluu‘s assassination, all bridges are burnt down.The fracture has become a crack, and the crack a chasm. Ethiopia has once more leaped in the dark, into the abyss. Its conscienceless ‘leap in the dark’ has hit a dead end.Yes, Ethiopia has no conscience. In fact, it never had one. It prides itself in having none.The celebration, among neo-nafxanyaa political circles, of the murder of Haacaaluu, or the arrest of key political leaders such as Jawar and Bekele, or the closure of the OMN, etc, is a conclusive evidence of the Ethiopian refusal to think clearly, ethically, and reflexively about the grave Ethiopian predicament. It is an act of deadening the conscience.Their celebration is the definitive statement that it is all over now. It’s all over.The spectre of dismemberment is now up and about. And Abiy’s nafxanyaa regime has no one to blame for this except himself.The increasingly hostile Ethiopian gaze over Oromos and the profligate imperial desire to possess the land (without the people) has now provoked a spectre that will forever haunt Ethiopia henceforth, the spectre of Oromo self-determination.

በውሸት ትርክት ላይ በመመርኮዝ፣ ብሔረ-መንግሥት (nation-state) ለመገንባት፣ ሕዝቦችንም በጭቆና አገዛዝ ሥር ለማኖር ተሞክሮ አልሠራም። በፈጠራ ወሬና በውሸት ውንጀላ ትውልድን ለማሸማቀቅ የሚደረግ የተቀናጀ ዘመቻም ሆነ እውነትን በውሸት፣ በፖለቲካ ሸፍጥ፣ እና በሐሰት ፕሮፓጋንዳ ለመድፈቅና የሕዝብን ሃቅ ለመቅበር የሚደረገው ጥረትም አይሠራም

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