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Comment from: john John [Visitor]
john John
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This very simple the end of Shabba is the only one if the leader and his gang willing to packup move somewhere else as retiree California is the best where mom love the most and all so good opportunity.

04/11/13 @ 23:29
Comment from: paff [Visitor]
paff
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Ethiopia and Eritrea is divorced long time. as you know Ethiopians called Eritreans brothers and sisters while they bleeding…and Eritrea jumping on the top dead Ethiopia!!! those days are over…. we do not need aseb. the issue of sea is solved….Ethiopia will many option, so what do Ethiopia need from Eritrea??? Nothing….we have peace now… the country and people are in peace…..we building Ethiopia like never before….we caching to Kenya to be economic power in east or Africa….

04/11/13 @ 23:46
Comment from: Chimera-Coda [Visitor]
Chimera-Coda

Ethiopia has no reason to lease the Assab port. This port is belongs to Ethiopia and now of the province of Ethiopian’s, the Eritrea.
I guess there are two major alternative in resolving the foe between the country called Ethiopia and her province called the Eritrea:

1) The province has right to fully merge with the Country. Or, the Country has a mandate diplomatically in convincing the province to get an economic benefits only when there is no disintegrated.

2) The province has a choice to continue to be an independent, as it is now, but would not has a choice of instigation against the Country. No country will use the province, who dreamy an economic gains from the port.

The author of the article is a chimeric to forwarding his coda.

04/11/13 @ 23:48
Comment from: zuriash tadesse [Visitor]
zuriash tadesse

the only solution is when shabia and woyane give back to Ethiopia coz ASSAB never was part of eritria

04/12/13 @ 00:43
Comment from: TEDDY [Visitor]
TEDDY

You mean the END of Hostalities between the twin Bandit bros , Agazis and Shabis . Surely with the Gulf States Emirs Moneys…LOL !!!

04/12/13 @ 01:33
Comment from: DrShiro [Visitor]
DrShiro

Regardless what people type behind screen pretending to be Eritreans,You only have to come here and see the attitude of the Eritrean people.As much as I oppose the repressive regime of Isaias,WE WILL NOT HAVE PEACE WITH ANYONE who points towards our very own land.This is Eritrea,we’re used to fight & die for this land.If Ethiopians couldn’t stop their obsession with our country,WE WILL make sure you lack peace and no one will sleep in peace.Infact I’d personally rather die than see Eritrea agreeing piece of our land to our natural enemies.Hate shabia.Death to Weyanes.Swore to hate Ethiopia.

04/12/13 @ 02:07
Comment from: Dr WHO [Visitor]
Dr WHO

correction from Dr WHO

Many analysts often deliberately shy away from the real, underlying cause of Ethio-Eritrea predicament perhaps because the truth is not diplomatic enough to swallow…But I personally believe in identifying the symptom in order to find a cure, hence better to call a spade a spade than beat about the bush..
Ethio-Eritrea problem might never have a technical solution such as demarcating a border since the issue at hand is pure psychological between people who should not have been divided in the first place(regardless of how it happened)..to cut a long story short, two rival identity out of people of the same heritage has been curved means a recipe for endless psychological war with a potential to turn physical every now and then, unless one directly or indirectly dominates the other..But even though the power balance is clear and there might never be a chance for Eritreans to dominate the Tigrians who control a large resourceful country, past misleading historical events means Eritreans will always want to prove all they myths they have built their identity on and they will always try to unseat the Tigrians or whoever might takeover Ethiopia..For Eritreans, accepting a more successful and powerful Ethiopia does not only mean economic restriction to the much needed Ethiopia’s resource, but they also see it as a a threat to their identity since their identity is purely formed around a superficial myth of being unique and better than Ethiopians..without it, they know they will just be a few deluded Tigrigna speakers behind a self-imposed curtain, culturally and economically overshadowed by EThiopia..That is what Eritreans fear and fighting a loosing battle at a risk of their future existence altogether..That kind of mindset will never change since many Eritreans believe they have sacrificed too much to fall back within Ethiopian fold be it directly or indirectly…It is like a grumbler who can not stop gambling because he has already lost so much..I am of the opinion that even if those who oppose Isaias afwerqe takeover and decide to make peace Ethiopia, they will only do so in order to buy time and recover at the expense of Ethiopia but it might not mean genuine love for Ethiopia. Unfortunately it is a sad truth that respecting or loving Ethiopia is simply against the core principle of being Eritrean. I therefore do not recommend Ethiopia to risk rushing trust at least until nature takes it’s toll and the egomaniac generation of Eritreans dies away.

04/12/13 @ 04:15
Comment from: MK [Visitor]
MK

If the two states could not find a lasting peace , who could??
Yes the cause to the conflict has deeper mostly historical roots than has been reported. This has been exacerbated by the extraordinary shallowness of the leaders that emerged on both sides and their complete ignorance of history. Their characteristic unwillingness to listen to learn and engage in a civilized way has few parallels in histroy. In short what we have had as leaders were/are small men.
My friend there is always a way and we will/should find it.
mm

04/12/13 @ 04:52
Comment from: chemoga [Visitor]
chemoga

If there is negotiations,it has to be in Ethiopian terms.

04/12/13 @ 06:13
Comment from: [Member]

No way out without Eritrea returning the port back to Ethiopia, if the Ethiopian government make any peace deal with Eritrea without returning the port they also better prepare their coffins and graveyards as well.

It is no way out without returning our God given out-late to the sea.

04/12/13 @ 07:28
Comment from: Sew lesew [Visitor]
Sew lesew

Bare in mind the author of this article is Eritrean, he is promoting a post-Isais Eritrean cause, to loot Ethiopia in the name of providing a port service..Let’s be honest here, It is strategically and politically risky to feed in to the pocket of people whose identity is forged out of nothing but hating Ethiopiawinet!..Full stop, It is safer to be overcharged by peaceful people of Dijibouti and kenya than risking Ethiopia’s integrity…These people will never sleep harming ethiopia, through their Arab masters. They are the bad apple of the region and the world in general as proved by their isolation from world community..ቆሻሻ አእምሮ ያለዉ ህዝብ ነዉ!

04/12/13 @ 07:28
Comment from: Dave [Visitor]
Dave

All that matters to Ethiopia is access to the sea; the return of Assab at the least or all of Danakil at the most. Ethiopia has no use for Eritrea after that. The idea that a country as large as Ethiopia will allow itself to be landlocked in the long-term by these smaller countries and our government is a joke. Hopefully the people of Ethiopia are realizing this and the government will have no choice but to listen and act accordingly.

04/12/13 @ 07:43
Comment from: [Member]
gashe_mamo

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There is a prerequisite for everlasting peace between the two. It is the duty of every citizen to over throw the Weyanne regime on Ethiopian side and the people of Eriteria should remove Shabia on their side. Then only, the initiation of the peace will start.

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04/12/13 @ 07:56
Comment from: [Member]
mohamed_ibrahim

I am from both the countries. I.E. My father is from Eritrea and my Mother form Ethiopia. But I am as a person from Ethiopia. I am born raised and educated in Ethiopia. As long as I know from reading about ethiopia’s histroy, Assab belongs to Ethiopia. It was Ibrahim Sultan and Emir of Assab who sold it ot the Italeans. When Etitrea was part of ethiopia The erithreans were every when in Ethiopia without any hinderance. But the mement they got what they were fighting for, the first thing they did was to evict people of Ethiopian origin back to ethiopia, claiming that Assab is Eritrea. Why should we Ethiopians relent to Eritrea’s sad state and give back what belong to us, Badme. This is I hope the current Ethiopian government should take note. We have to get Assab or no Algers Agreement.

Thank You

04/12/13 @ 08:44
Comment from: Eritrea [Visitor]
Eritrea

We all want to be not forgotten by Ethiopians.

Eventhough we are independent we want to rip the fruit of any fruit we would have gotten if we stayed Ethiopian plus we want to rip- our cousins that’s how we stayed black!!


04/12/13 @ 08:47

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