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Ethiopia Peace Deal Is Cover for Western Destruction of a Strong, Independent African State
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Ethiopia Peace Deal Is Cover for Western Destruction of a Strong, Independent African State
November 17, 2022

Journalist Finian Cunningham lived in the Tigray region of Ethiopia during the build-up of the war that erupted in November 2020. That two-year war continues despite recent talk of a peace deal. The Tigray people are still under genocidal siege by the federal government led by a charlatan Nobel Peace laureate, Abiy Ahmed. Many commentators in the West have a distorted view of the war, wrongly portraying the Tigray rebels (TPLF) as the aggressors. In a sickening inversion of reality, these commentators have blamed the victims of genocide instead of the real aggressor – the federal government in Addis Ababa Ababa. They also bizarrely claim that the US has supported the Tigray to undermine the federal government.

Ethiopia Exposes Western Hypocrisy Over Ukraine
October 19, 2022

Ethiopia is a touchstone for exposing American and European crocodile tears and duplicity over their machination in Ukraine against Russia.

Ethiopia Exposes Western Hypocrisy Over Ukraine
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WHO Chief, TPLF Leader Tedros Silent About His Party’s Theft of World Food Program Fuel
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WHO Chief, TPLF Leader Tedros Silent About His Party’s Theft of World Food Program Fuel
September 3, 2022

UN World Health Organization chief Dr. Tedros Adhanom is also the world’s most prominent advocate of the Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front. He has said nothing about the TPLF’s recent theft of fuel intended for UN relief efforts in Ethiopia.

Biden’s Threat: Is Ethiopia Next? With Matt Ehret. The Strategy Session, Episode 40
December 17, 2021

Many westerners trying to make sense of the events in the “dark continent” of Africa have many barriers standing in the way of their minds and reality. This must be the case, for without such filters of spin proclaiming Africa’s problems to be self-induced (or the consequence of Chinese debt slavery), we in the west, might actually feel horrified enough to demand systemic change. We might come to recognize that the plight of Africa has less to do with Africa and more to do with an intentional program of depopulation, and exploitation of vital resources.

Biden’s Threat: Is Ethiopia Next? With Matt Ehret. The Strategy Session, Episode 40
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Is Ethiopia Next. The Strategy Session, Episode 40 with Matthew Ehret
December 17, 2021

Matt Ehret explains to Tim and Joaquin what’s going on with the Biden gambit to destabilize Ethiopia. This is an in depth analysis of this situation.

Will Ethiopia Become Biden’s Libya 2.0 or a Driver for an African Renaissance?
December 5, 2021

The situation in Ethiopia is rather simple to understand as long as you don’t believe western media spin doctors, Matthew Ehret writes.

Will Ethiopia Become Biden’s Libya 2.0 or a Driver for an African Renaissance?
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How the U.S. Enabled Ethiopia’s Bloodletting, Training Its Military While Playing Innocent Observer
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How the U.S. Enabled Ethiopia’s Bloodletting, Training Its Military While Playing Innocent Observer
October 28, 2021

The Biden administration has sanctioned Eritrea and Ethiopia for alleged crimes against the Tigray people. But over the last three decades, successive US governments trained and modernized Ethiopia’s military under the cover of “peacekeeping” operations.

Has the World Been Ignoring an Almost Decade-Long ‘African Spring’?
August 28, 2021

The announcement that Algerian President Bouteflika won’t run for re-election but will instead postpone the upcoming vote until the conclusion of his recently decreed comprehensive constitutional reform process represented the eighth non-electoral regime change in Africa in as many years, making one wonder whether the world has been ignoring an almost decade-long “African Spring” or if something else entirely is going on across the continent.

Has the World Been Ignoring an Almost Decade-Long ‘African Spring’?
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