Friday, October 28, 2011

Guess, who's Nobel Peace Prize winner of 2012?

Yesterday begun & ended with all bad news (blame it on my pessimism) and today it didn't get any better but I read some good news of lately on which says "Prime Minister Meles Zenawi has been playing and could play in the global effort to resolve the crises in Sudan'', wow the world doesn't get any better. Hmm, it's too late for 2011 but it smells like Nobel Peace Prize winner of 2012 would be...let the world be surprised. Hurray, face it you hate monger diaspora Ethiopians Africa is gonna make history by winning Noble Peace Prize two years in a row. 

Regardless, such a testimony and praise would have been a surprise if it does come from a person other than Mehari Taddele Maru, a person who advocated indirectly against the indictment of Al-Bashir by the International Criminal Court and denied his close ties with our pacifist prime minister in 2009. Hmm, maybe Ato Mehari is too busy to observe when Zenwai ordered to massacre peaceful demonstrators in 2005, invaded Somalia to exacerbate the situation, mime, kill, torture, rape civilians in Ogaden, Gambella, Oromia and elsewhere in the country. It's no secret about the recent widespread imprisonments of Ethiopian & foreign journalists, opposition party leaders, members & their supporters and other civilians by our benevolent premier at Arat Kilo unless such local issues are too trivial for your taste, Mr. Mehari. 

Just today the same on-line news provider published about  the 2000 Southern Sudanese  who are fleeing to Ethiopia, and one wonders how two conflicting reports are coming on the same day if Ethiopia's premier and his ''peace keeping'' armies are playing such a commendable role to resolve the conflict in that country. One wonders if our pacifist leader could play a role to resolve conflicts in neighboring countries and across the world, what makes it impossible to do it at home? Isn't charity begin at home?  

''Justice means minding one's own business and not meddling with other men's concerns.'' Plato  
I should go to bed and dream how we're gonna celebrate Africa's sorry Ethiopia's first ever Nobel Peace Prize in 2012. Good night/day
Ethiopia: Keeping Peace in Abyei - the Role and Contributions of State: Since February 2011, Abyei and South Kordofan, oil rich disputed border areas of South Sudan and Sudan, witnessed an intensive military clash between the Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM) forces and the military of the Government of Sudan (GoS). This reached a tipping point when the GoS forces took control of the town of Abyei in May 2011. Since then violent military confrontations have become the hallmark of the relationship between the North and South Sudan.

1 comment:

  1. kikiki, all the woreld, Afrika knuws Malese the best leder. yuo alle cray but nathing change stuped. Etiopian soldr r heros baste to keep pace.