Home » Archives by category » Opinion
This World is Led by Immoral Scoundrels

This World is Led by Immoral Scoundrels

 By         Meskelu Ayele                                                               The translator’s note – I would like to thank Meskelu Ayele, an outstanding writer on opposition websites in recent times, for his amazingly superb, timely, and brief piece of writing he made us read this morning. I am really wordless to express my gratification during and after my reading of […]

Ethiopia Should Return to Its Source  | By Daniel Teferra (PhD)*

Ethiopia under TPLF does not resemble a unified country with a national purpose. The national unity and pride that Ethiopia once enjoyed, especially under Emperor Haile Selassie, have disappeared. Ethiopia has finally become a collection of isolated and vulnerable ethnic enclaves that are fighting among themselves over land.  The fears we all claimed are playing […]

Continue reading …
WHO is going to fall headlong into an abyss of decadence? – Netsanet Zeleke

Netsanet Zeleke (nzeleke35@gmail.com) Well, I perfectly recognize the fact that people like me have no power to change the natural or the unnatural, if you will, course of things that may negatively affect billions of people on our planet. But, thanks God, we are, at least, able to air our grievances and feelings whenever we […]

Continue reading …
EthiopiaWIN.et and Tewdros Kassa-hun – Alemayehu G. Mariam

By Alemayehu G. Mariam Author’s Note: This month the Ethiopian popular music megastar Tewdros “Teddy Afro” Kassahun released his “Ethiopia” album, which quickly topped the World Albums Billboard chart during the week of May 15. This “commentary” consists of an English translation of Tewdros’ recent Amharic interview with reporter Elias Meseret of EthioNewsflash following the […]

Continue reading …
Why Ethiopians Oppose Dr. Tedros Adhanom ?

By Adane Buni Irkiso Sunday, May 21, 2017 Even though it is too late the oppressed voices of Ethiopians against the candidacy of Dr. Tedros Adhanom for World Health Organization Director is gaining attention. It would seem baffling why Ethiopians oppose another Ethiopian’s advancement to such a higher international post. Some may assume the protest […]

Continue reading …
Youth Bulge in Cities and Towns, its Remedies – Tsegaye Tegenu, (PhD)

Tsegaye Tegenu, (PhD) Although still a majority rural country, Ethiopia has been rapidly urbanizing in the past few decades. The urban centres have increased both in size and number. In the 1960s there were about 384 towns with a total population of 1.5 million, which increased to 925 in 1994 with the urban population of […]

Continue reading …
Why I am firmly opposed to Ato Tedros Adhanom becoming the director of WHO

by Veronica Melaku I know the CIA, Bill Gate and Milinda Gate projects and plans in Africa that have been tested in Ethiopia for years now . Targeting the Amhara actively happening since TPLF appointed Theodros as a health minister and then foreign minister to work for them. The Amhara served them under Theodros as […]

Continue reading …
Must watch!! Dr Tesfaye Demelash on Amhara Revolution

Must watch!! Dr Tesfaye Demelash on Amhara Revolution

Continue reading …
Why TPLF is desperately fighting for Dr Tedros to be next DG of WHO?

By Muluken Gebeyew Dr Tedros is one of the nine executive member (politburo ) of TPLF (Tigray People’s Liberation Front) who has been making decisions on the fate of Ethiopians. TPLF is a minority regime ruling Ethiopia under the cover name of EPRDF (Ethiopian People Revolutionary Democratic Front) with fake elections disputed by international organisations. […]

Continue reading …
Message to the Ethiopian Government: Give our people its freedom!
Continue reading …
Ethiopia: Who for WHO? A Top Leader of a Terrorist Organization, That’s Who!

Professor Alemayehu G. Mariam Author’s Note: In this commentary, I make the case against Tedros Adhanom, a top leader of the Tigrean People’s Liberation Front, a terrorist organization, who is a finalist for the director-general position at the World Health Organization. This commentary demonstrates beyond a shadow of doubt that Adhanom does not have the experience, […]

Continue reading …
100 Million People Economic System in Ethiopia -Tsegaye Tegenu

Tsegaye Tegenu (PhD) May 14, 2017 Why is it so Important to Discuss about this Economic System Since the declaration of the state of emergency in October 2016, there is too much political discussion on good governance and political power sharing in Ethiopia. The political discussion stands at an all-time high creating a distinct impression […]

Continue reading …
Universities are battlegrounds, Berkeley faculty forgot how to fight

BY ALEMAYEHU G. MARIAM The People’s Republic of Berkeley, with its capital at UC Berkeley, was once ground zero in the battle to save the soul of free speech in America. That was over one-half century ago. But today, some view UC Berkeley as a bastion of reactionary political correctness. Recently, Ann Coulter, the enfant […]

Continue reading …
Development and Democracy  – by Tadesse Nigatu

by Tadesse Nigatu “The symbols of modernity, in the form of steel mills, chemical plants, automobile factories or squadrons military aircraft can be purchased on the international market but development is a complex social process which rests in large part upon internal innovative capacities of a society. Imports of foreign ideas, values and technologies have […]

Continue reading …
WHO  risks its Reputation and Noble Cause by potential election of Dr.Tedros as its Director-General

by Muluken Gebeyew WHO (World Health Organization) is a noble international organization established in 1946. WHO began when its Constitution came into force on 7 April 1948- a date which WHO now celebrate every year as World Health Day. WHO has now more than 7000 people from more than 150 countries working in 150 country […]

Continue reading …
The Thinking and Objective of Polarizing Politics – Messay Kebede

By Prof. Mesay Kebede

Continue reading …
Teddy Afro – Atse Tewodros | Kinfu Assefa Response to Teborne Beyene | Video

Teddy Afro – Atse Tewodros | Kinfu Assefa Response to Teborne Beyene

Continue reading …
TPLF Declares War on the Ethiopian Orthodox Church  – By B. Aklilu

May 5 2017 By B. Aklilu The Tigray Peoples Liberation Front is a party that was created in the 1970’s and is the power house of the ruling coalition EPRDF that has been in power since the overthrow of the Derg almost 26 years ago. Since its inception the TPLF’s ideology has been anti- Ethiopian […]

Continue reading …
US doesn’t need Ethiopia in its war on terror in the Horn of Africa – BY ALEMAYEHU G. MARIAM

BY ALEMAYEHU G. MARIAM Earlier this month, U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis visited the Middle East and Africa to “reaffirm key U.S. military alliances” and engage with strategic partners.” Mattis only visited the tiny nation of Djibouti in the Horn of Africa where the U.S. maintains its largest military base. Ethiopia was conspicuously absent from […]

Continue reading …
Dr Fikru Maru and the disgusting TPLF tyranny

by Abinet Gomista Dr. Fikru Maru an accomplished heart surgeon from Sweden went back to Ethiopia with a big heart to help the many heart patients that are not rich enough to travel abroad to get the treatment they need. Instead of open arms for his heartwarming offer to his people what the TPLF regime […]

Continue reading …
The Good Kops/Bad Kops T-TPLF Con Game (Over) in Ethiopia

By Alemayehu G. Mariam “Oh! What a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive.” The length to which the Thugtatorship of the Tigrean People’s Liberation (T-TPLF) will go to scam, hoodwink, bamboozle, con, dupe, deceive, confound and flimflam the Ethiopian people never ceases to amaze me. This is not to suggest that […]

Continue reading …
Tedy Afro’s Song and our Conversation

by T. Goshu  Let me from the outset be clear that the very purpose of this opinion and comment is not to invite unnecessarily overstretched and endless dialogue about the new song of artist Tewodros Kssahun. It is rather to express my opinion (what I believe) and comment (critique) on how the way we engage […]

Continue reading …
The Lonely Death of One of Ethiopia’s Most Public Men

Written byEndalk Assefa Chabo, a writer who symbolized the glow of the Ethiopian political movement of the 1970s and the crackdown that followed it, died on April 23 in exile. He was 73. Assefa lived a public life but a lonely one. One of his friends said he had last talked to him over the […]

Continue reading …
Who owns Addis Ababa ? –  by Veronica Melaku

The status of Addis Ababa remains one of the most vexed and volatile sticking points for Ethiopians. The bill that will realize Oromia’s constitutional right over the city of Adiss Ababa released from Oromia Regional state. This new bill is based on the unfair privilege guaranteed nearly 20 years ago for Oromia when a proclamation […]

Continue reading …
Looming Danger Facing the US Administration – bBy Tefera Dinberu

Millions of US citizens and all peace loving people around the world are concerned more than ever before about the deterioration of peace in the World. It is believed that the USA has a pivotal leading role in shaping policies of the UN to the effect the UN can persuade member countries to follow democratic […]

Continue reading …
Farewell to Ato Asefa Chabo (Yosef Degefe)

Facing gashe Asefa’s sudden death on Facebook is very shocking. I couldn’t believe it, as some people do, I thought it was April fool (I even haven’t heard that he was sick) …I’ve just started reading his autobiographical book, “Yetzta Feleg”. … I was also expecting another book to come from his thoughtful, resourceful, and […]

Continue reading …
Mo Ibrahim Foundation’s report on Ethiopia’s unemployment: Alternative facts?

Written by J. Bonsa | Opride.com  (OPride) — In a recent report entitled Africa at a Tipping Point, the Mo Ibrahim Foundation presented Ethiopia as the brightest spot – an African success story in maintaining low and stable youth unemployment rate. The report was then rehashed by Quartz Africa reporter, Lynsey Chutel, as “youth unemployment is […]

Continue reading …
Video: Dr Mulugeta Kassahun on Gonder Hibret

Video: Dr Mulugeta Kassahun on Gonder Hibret

Continue reading …
The Geopolitics of the Nile River: Egypt Confronts Ethiopia
Continue reading …
Ethiopia should export pork not donkeys

 By Daniel Teferra (PhD)*  Ethiopia’s rulers, under pressure from the public, recently ordered the slaughterhouse for donkeys in Bishoftu be closed. The meat was to be exported to Vietnam and the skin to China. Trade can be mutually beneficial, but not when a country slaughters its farm assets; or exports its natural resources. All these […]

Continue reading …
Page 1 of 65123Next ›Last »