Tigrai Online, June 27, 2012 (Full text)
Ethiopian court found twenty four members of the terrorist group Ginbot 7 guilty as charged on many counts of terrorism. The lead judge Endeshaw Adane said “guilty as charged “ when he read the verdict of the 24 people.
Among the guilty are the so called journalist Eskinder Nega and opposition member Andualem Arge. Both Ekinder and Andualem are found guilty of "participation in a terrorist organization" and "planning, preparation, conspiracy, incitement and attempt of (a) terrorist act."
Eskinder Nega who is the poster child of the extremists in the Diaspora was writing so many articles encouraging the Ethiopian public to follow the Egyptian style bloody demonstrations to over throw the elected Ethiopian government. He was doing it under the disguise of journalist and using his freedom of speech but he was working for his organization Ginbot 7.
Andualem Arge wanted to eat with both hands. One hand he was using the legal means and participating in elections as a member of a legal opposition party, on the other hand using violence and coup d'etat to change the constitutional order by becoming a leader of Ginbot 7. It really does not work that way does it?
Albert Einstein said doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results is insanity. Our extremist wore different hats many times but, they don’t learn from their mistakes the keep doing the same thing again and again from 2005 to 2012 how pathetic and sad.
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Warning: the above video is extremely hateful and you might find it offending but it shows what the extremists are saying. The background music and the pictures are poor quality but what I want you to listen is to the audio of the one man speaking in Amharic.