G7 to switch the battle ground to American and European cities
G7 issues rules of engagement to its phantom force, Whatever next?
By Dilwenberu Nega
Tigrai Onlne - July 07, 2014
It does seem that the so far unconfirmed — by Yemeni and Ethiopian authorities — report of the surgical removal of Andy from Sann’a Airport while in transit to Asmara as well as his deportation to Ethiopia, had made G7’s magnificos lose their marbles and had left G7 in a real bind.
In a frantic attempt to be seen by its supporters as a power to be reckoned with, G7 has deemed it fit to switch into a furious, impetuous, boisterous and vehement mode in order to avenge Andy’s deportation to Ethiopia.
In a written fireworks entitled “We all are Andargatchew Tsiege!” G7 revealed to its devastated supporters a roadmap for the “Free Andargatchew Tsiege Task Force” to follow as well as rules of engagement for its phantom ground force to apply.
Accordingly, Yemeni and Ethiopian Embassies world-wide are targets for G7’s salvo of sloganeering. In a chilling reminder of the post-2005 Election disturbances, G7’s Chairman, Birhanu Nega has passed a ukase to his whimsical followers to boycott Ethiopian Airlines, to ostracise, harass and attack EPRDF supporters.
Only a fool would pay heed to this utterly nonsensical diktat. Ethiopians, both at home and abroad, have learnt from the post-2005 elections vital lessons and refuse to indulge in a binge of mutual elimination in order to quench Birhanu Nega’s thirst for power. If Birhanu Nega is a man who practices what he preaches and if he has a scintilla of valour in him, let him lead the way. Its high time that Birhanu realises that his USD is incapable of buying an Ethiopian soul.
That is why many genuinely believe Dr. Birhanu Nega does not have what it takes to lead a complex country like Ethiopia. It may be that his natural habitat is the placid world academia rather than the hustle and bustle of Ethiopian politics.
Much to the chagrin and despondency of Birhanu and his notorious nanny-cum-bedfellow, Madame Ana Gomez, Britain’s response to Andargatchew’s alleged deportation to Ethiopia came in the form of a decaffeinated statement from the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO). There was no reference to Andy, Secretary General of G7, but instead expressed concern over the application of the death sentence passed, in absentia, for his part in the 2009 attempt to circumvent Ethiopia’s constitutional order. The FCO had acted in an above-board manner by not referring to Andy as: “Secretary General of Ginbot 7,” for it is unthinkable to expect the FCO address a British citizen as secretary general of an Ethiopian opposition party which has openly called for the violent overthrow of the democratically elected government of Ethiopia. Andargatchew Tsiege is bound by the terms and conditions of “his right to remain in the United Kingdom indefinitely” as well as by the terms and conditions of his British citizenship. In both cases, “To conspire to overthrow the government of a foreign country” allows UK’s Home Secretary to cancel one’s right of abode or revoke the British passport of the conspirator.
Birhanu may come to rue the day he chose to sue FCO.
Now one for the road, as it were! Cherish the thought of having an American President Birhanu Nega, a British Prime Minister Andy Tsiege, an American Minster of Information, Tamagne Beyene and last but not least an American President of Ethiopian Journalist Association, Abebe Gellaw. Whatever next with Ginbot 7!
Mr. Andargachew Tsige admiring the president of African North Korea Isaias Afwerki. You can imagine what kind of government system his organization is planning to bring to Ethiopia.