COI Report on Eritrea: An Insult to Everyone’s Intelligence
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The COI didn’t refer the Eritrean people or Eritrea to the INTERNATIONAL CRIMNAL COURT (ICC) but rather the unelected junta and ruthless criminal ISAYAS AFEWORKI and his sell out criminal gangsters like YEMANE MONKEY, YEMANE GEBREMESKEL, FOZIA HASHIM, HAGOS KISHA and the rest of the criminals and thieves who collaborated in turning ERITREA into toxic waste land and HELL on earth.
The solution is not that complicated.
1-Release all our political Eritrean prisoners. The unelected criminal regime and its kangaroo courts does not have any constitutional right to detain any Eritrean, let alone for years NOT even for a single day.
2- Release our orthodox ABUN immediately.
3-Release our journalists and give them the right to enlighten and educate our people.
4- STOP the national SLAVERY immediately. Under the pretext of national security stop enriching the criminal junta by using slave labor. It is a delusional and failed policy and in the name of war, you cant keep on lying to our Eritrean people. ISAYAS AFEWORKI is beating the war drum to keep us on edge and to protect his tyranny because that is what dictators and murderers do.
5-Stop demolishing residential houses immediately.
6-Implment the 1997 constitution immediately and hand over power to its right full owner, the Eritrean people.
That pretty much sums it up and like I said the Eritrean people and the international community NOT asking for much.
Who are the G-15- The 15 members of this group are former fighters who were instrumental figures in the liberation of Eritrea.
The group were all members of the Central Council of the Ruling Party, People’s Front for Democracy and Justice (PFDJ);
Three were former Cabinet Ministers;
Eleven of the G-15 have been held incommunicado without charge for 13 years;
Four escaped arrest;
Their ‘Crime’: They were arrested in Sep 2001 after publishing an open letter to the government and Isaias Afewerki calling for democratic dialogue.
Government’s Claim: the Eritrean government said the 15 individuals had committed crimes “against the security of the nation”.
Whereabouts: In the thirteen years that they have been detained, the Eritrean authorities have refused to confirm their whereabouts or their health status to their families.
Violations: The thirteen-year in communicado detention of these prominent individuals violates numerous rights protected under Eritrean and international law.
The G-15’s Open Letter: The open letter to the president was the culmination of the repeated requests the signatories of the letter made to hold regular meeting of the Central Council and the National Council which were well overdue. They believed the best way to resolve the problem was through meetings and democratic dialogue. Accordingly, they requested that the president, as chairman of both the Central and the National Council, convene meetings. The president dismissed the requests of the group who were members of both Central and the National Council. He simply failed to respond positively to their requests. After a flurry of exchanges of letters they decided to write the open letter to all members of the government party (PFDJ).
This letter was a call for correction, a call for peaceful and democratic dialogue, a call for strengthening and consolidation, a call for unity, a call for the rule of law and for justice, through peaceful and legal ways. Nonetheless, the president’s final reply to his top aides was negative. He wrote: ‘I choose to be forbearing and I will patiently avoid any invitation to arguments. But if you continue to provoke me and choose to escalate the problems by exaggerating non-existent issues, it is your choice.’ A party meeting was never convened and ultimately he took a draconian measure against his topmost comrades by locking them up unceremoniously.
According to the government, the G-15’s open letter was part of a plot to establish political cells in and out of government throughout Eritrea and abroad, coordinating their activities with the help of regional countries to destabilise the government.
Matt Damon, now working part-time for the UN, reports on drug abuse, violent crime, teenage delinquency, family breakdown, welfare dependency, poor urban environments, educational failure, poverty, the loss of traditional values, teenage pregnancy, dysfunctional families, binge drinking, children who kill: all have been cited as proof that we have a broken U.K. society.
Very obvious people who call themselves Alem and pose as a “so called opposition” against Eritrea are desperate to add lies when the name Eritrea comes up. Anyone who supports the agenda of the COI is committed to destroying Eritrea and will be refuted in the strongest and harshest way possible on the ground and off the ground. Eritrea is for Eritreans and the president and the great and self reliant regime in Asmara with so much to offer the world is the choice of the MAJORITY of the people in Eritrea and by proxy the majority of the oppressed African people. If most Africans knew that people like Alem are around it would not take them a minute to bring them to justice. So stop lying about ERITREA! thanks to the great equalizer (Internet) corporate media is no longer a credible source of information.
Cowards like you they advocate and support RAPE, SLAVERY, TORTURE, and MURDER against our people by a ruthless cold blooded murderer ISAYAS AFEWORKI but funny enough they shelter themselves under the freedom and democracy gained by the sacrifice of others.
Why don’t you go back and help your narcissist psychopath uncle ISAYAS in his self reliance delusion.
Asmara to Geneva: A 25-Years Journey
• June 21, 2016
• Written by: Saleh “Gadi” Johar
“For twenty-five years we went through the deafening propaganda of “protecting the sovereignty of the motherland”, but neither the sovereignty of the land nor the dignity of citizens was protected. Instead, Eritrea was exposed to untold miseries, pain, and sufferings. Fortunately, long gone are the days when the regime, its affiliates and operatives controlled Eritreans in their country and in exile. At last, the force that rejects the totalitarian PFDJ regime has reached a critical mass. Naturally, the immediate task awaiting free Eritreans is the cleansing of Eritrean patriotism, shunning adventurous military bravado, and rehabilitating those with thuggish behaviors—arrogant PFDJ character traits should be eradicated by all free Eritreans.”