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ቶኒ ብልይር አሳፋሪ መሪ

Postby ዳኮ » Sat Feb 11, 2006 7:09 pm

what a shame for great britain to see the leader talking with one racist leader of africa look how meles loot at him..... ( yemimeker histan lig yimeslal)
but the fact is meles's mistake is not yout time fault its crime its genocide its a crime against democracy and breach of trust ......
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what is left or we still have other options
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Postby ዳኮ » Sat Feb 11, 2006 7:13 pm

check this ethiomediaforum.com =emf
what is left or we still have other options
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Postby አፈ-ጉባኤ » Mon Feb 13, 2006 7:31 am

World News

The Times February 13, 2006
Blair turns his back on friend who failed him
From Jonathan Clayton in Hammanskraal, South Africa

TONY BLAIR came face to face yesterday with one of his handpicked new breed of African leaders and promptly turned his back.
To both men's evident distaste, Mr Blair found himself seated next to Meles Zenawi, the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, at the final press conference of a weekend summit of progressive world leaders.
Britain suspended 70 million of direct budget support to Ethiopia two weeks ago in protest at the Ethiopian Government's crackdown on protesters angered by the results of general elections last May. Scores of unarmed demonstrators, mainly students, were shot dead in June and November in the capital, Addis Ababa. Thousands of political opponents, including children, have been detained without charges being brought against them.

The events were deeply embarrassing to Mr Blair, who had named the Ethiopian leader as one of the key members of his Commission for Africa. Last year, Mr Blair toured Ethiopia and heaped praise on Mr Meles’s democratic and economic policies. Then, he spoke enthusiastically of a new breed of African leader, worthy of much greater foreign support; an issue he personally championed at the G8 summit in Gleneagles last summer.

Now, with a stony-faced Mr Meles alongside, Mr Blair, on his first visit to Africa since the G8, used very different language. He told reporters that although the elections had been the freest in Ethiopia’s history, the Government had “overreacted” to the ensuing protests. He dodged questions, however, as to Mr Meles's suitability to attend a progressive governance summit along with leaders from Brazil, South Africa, Sweden, South Korea and New Zealand.

"This is not a question of a government stealing an election to try to hang on to power, it is the government reaction to the reaction to the result that we consider if I may be undiplomatic to be an overreaction," he said. Mr Blair said that the decision to freeze aid would not affect British support to Ethiopia's millions of near-destitute people through non-governmental groups and UN agencies. Ethiopia maintains much of the money will now be wasted on those organisations own bureaucracies.

Mr Meles, who now barely talks to his former mentor, replied that the British Government was entitled to do what it wanted with its own and British taxpayers money”. On previous occasions, Mr Meles has lambasted the British Government for withdrawing budgetary support previously agreed.

Behind the icy diplomatic exchange, however, the body language told a different story. Whereas the other leaders chairs were placed in such a way that they almost rubbed shoulders, a large gap opened up behind the place names of the UK and Ethiopia.

The leaders agreed on the need to solve world trade disputes, but were unable to find the best way forward, settling for a statement agreeing on the importance of such talks for developing nations.

Afterwards, Mr Blair warmly shook the hands of Thabo Mbeki of South Africa and Göran Persson from Sweden, hugged Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva of Brazil and kissed Helen Clark from New Zealand.

All contact with Mr Meles, though, was avoided.

ወንድም ዳኮ ይህን አርቲክል እንዴት አገኘኸው? ለመለስ ከዚህ በላይ ምን ውርደት አለ? ህሊና ቢኖረው ቢቀር ይሻለው ነበር:: ብሌር ዛሬ የመለስ እጁን ለመጨበጥም ይሁን መቀመጫቸው ተጠጋግቶ እንዲነካኩ የተጸየፈው ነገ ምን እንደሚያደርግ መገመት አያዳግትም:: ለምን በንጹሀን ደም የበከቱ የለማኝ እጆችን ይጨብጣል? ጎበዝ መለስ እኮ በቁሙ ሞቷል!

ለማፈሪያው የሜሪ አርምዴን ዘፈን ጋብዤዋለሁ::
"ምነው አምና በሞትኩ እንዲያ እንዳማረብኝ
ሰው እንደ በርበሬ ሳይለወጥብኝ"

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Postby ጥልቁ1 » Mon Feb 13, 2006 8:35 am

አፈ-ጉባኤ በአስቀመጠው ዜና እኔም ተደስቻለሁ:: ከደስታየ የበለጠ ግን ; ተምሪያለሁ:: ብዙውን ጊዜ ; እኛ ከፖለቲካ ውጭ ሆነን የምናየው እና ; በፖለቲካ መሪዎች የሚደረገው ነገር የሚለያይ መሆኑን ነው:: በዚህ የ"ተራማጅ" መሪዎች ስብሰባ ላይ የመለስ መገኘት ከአሳቁት እና ከሳዘኑት ግለሰቦች አንዱ ብሆንም ; የእሱ በስብሰባው መገኘት ; ጥሩ የመሰደቢያ መድረክ መሆኑ ግን ያላሰብሁት ጥሩ አጋጣሚ ነበር::

ቶኒ ብሌየር ከአጠገቡ አስቀምጦ ; አፍ አፉን ሲለው ከማለት የተሻለ ምናለ :?: :!:

ሰዎች ሲጨባበጡ እና ሲሳሳሙ ; መለስን በቀዘቀዘ ሰላምታ ከመሸኘት የበለጠ ምን ቅጣት አለ :?: :!:

እንኳንስ በንግግር መድረክ ; በመግለጫ ቦታ ላይ እንኳ ; መቀመጫን አፈናጥሮ ከመቀመጥ የተሻለ መግለጫ ምንአለ?

በነገራችን ላይ ; በቲያትር ጥበብ እና በዲፕሎማቲክ መድረኮች ላይ ; እያንዳንዱ ክንውን ; በታቀደ መልኩ ስለሚሰራ ; ለእኛ ለተደራሲያን ብዙ ባይገባንም ; ለአዘጋጆቹ እና ለተዋናዮቹ ግን ብዙ ትርጉም አለው::

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Postby ዲጎኔ » Mon Feb 13, 2006 4:46 pm

ሰላም ወገኖች
ለምን የመሪዎችን ዲፕሎማሲያዊ የንግግር ይዘት አታጤኑም?
ጠ/ሚንስቴር ቶኒ ብሌር በግልጽ ቁዋንቁዋ "መለስ የተጠራበት ምክንያት በስልጣን ላይ ከመቆየት ከተደረገው የምርጫ ስርቆት ጋር አይገናኝም እዚህ የተገኘው እኛ ላቀረብነው የድህነት ቅነሳ ፕሮግራም በተሰጡ ምላሾች ብቃት ነው" ከማለት የበለጠ ምን ይበልላችሁ?
በፖለቲካው አለም ወዳጅ የነበረ ታማኝ ሎሌያቸውን በአንድ ጊዜ ለመጣል ያለመድፈራቸው የመለስን የምርጫ ሌብነት ከመግላጽ አላገዳቸውም::

ክብር ለቅን ፈራጅ እግዚአብሄር ሞገስ ለሎንደን አንበሶች!
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