Tuesday, July 12, 2016

ETHIOPIA IS TODAY HEAVEN FOR TPLF AND HIS SUPPORTERS BUT HELL FOR OROMO PEOPLE’S IN THEIR OWN LAND!!!!


                                          By Elias Jemal

The political transition in Ethiopia in 1991 came at a time when there were high hopes among the all Oromo people’s about democracy, equality, justice and freedom the international  community and scholars for processes of demonstration. In the past 25 years Africa has seen momentous changes, and various countries have made significant progress in achieving political stability, e.g, Mali, Gana and Senegal. But the hope of  Oromo’s and the democratic light of the country where going from worst to worest and in the past 25 years. The leader of the ruling party and their supports they have good investment among the all country and celebrating, fest and dancing in every years of their anniversary. The fact is a distillation of testimony from survivors and former guards, newly published by the any social media and  Association, details the daily lives of 200,000 Oromo political prisoners estimated to be in the camp: Eating a diet of mostly corn and salt, they lose their teeth,their gums turn black,their bones weaken and as they age, they hunch over at the waist. Most work hare exercise 12- to 15- hour  a days until they dei of malnutrition related illnesses, usually around the age of young. Allowed just one set of cloths, they live and dei in rags without soap sock  underclothes or sanitary napkins.The camps have never been vested by outsiders, so these accounts cannot be independently verified. The whole country prisoners corroborate survivors stories, showing entrances to mines where former prisoners in Ziway said worked as slaves in-camp detention centers where oppositions political members and opposition political members supporters said uncooperative prisoners were tortured to death and parade ground where former prisoners said they were forced to watch executions. Guard towers and electrified fences surround the camps, the witness prisoners said.
We have this system of slavery right under our nose “said all prisoners those whee survived from the whole prisons of the country from this slave tortured, even  a camp guard who defected  to Ethiopia.” Human right groups can not stop it. Europeans can not stop it, the United State will have to take up this issue at the negotiating table but the Obama administration is still supporting and working with this Tplf murdered government who terrorized innocent people’s.”
But the camps have not been discussed in meeting between foreigner's governments, diplomats, amnesty, human rights watch and foreigner’s government including European governments never make high decision about Oromia. “Talking to them about the camps is something that has not been possible,” said many survivors from inside the country and those who escape from the land by force. Nor have the camps become much of an issue for the peoples in public, even though annotated image of them can be quickly called up on Google Earth and even though they have existed for half a century, the camp and torturing system is bad than the Nazi, concentration camps the soviet Gulag. Although precise numbers are impossible to obtain, Western governments and human right groups estimate that hundred of thousands of people’s have dies in the whole Oromia in this camps but they did not take any action by the terrorist tplf governments.
Ethiopians genocide r government(TPLF) officially says the camps do not exist. It restricts movements of the few foreigners it allows into  the country and severely and punishes those who sneak in after being convicted in a closed trail on charges of entering the country illegally. Those two Swedish journalists are a good eye witnesses of the Ethiopian government and his hell prisons. Ethiopian gulag also lacks the bright light of celebrity attention. No high-profile internationally recognized figure has emerged to coax Americans and Westerns into understanding or investing emotionally in the issue, said many human right and amnesty international workers, a Washington-based activist who bring camp survivors to the United Satiates for speeches and marches. Before guards  or agazi  shoot prisoners who have tried to escape , they turn each execution into a teachable moment, according to interviews with many Oromos  who said they have witnessed such killing. At the end I commend the all world to stop supporting Ethiopian genocide r government of one ethnic group tplf regime and stop with the people of the country who get murdered in prisons center and in side the country too. TPLF and his supporters they must go and Oromo peoples and our Oromia will win-and  continue to live. Victory for those who paid a bad price for peace of Oromia and  Oromo people’s in a prisoners center. 

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