Tigrai Online, June 05, 2012
Good news from the Horn of Africa is a rare commodity. In recent years, however, Ethiopia seems to be harvesting a healthy crop. In 2007, Africa’s oldest independent nation had the fastest-growing, non-oildriven economy among African countries, and its GDP growth has averaged around 10 percent since then. Ethiopia’s five-year Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP) is nevertheless addressing macroeconomic challenges, with intentions to double agricultural production, further develop the industry and manufacturing sector, and diversify its export basket. New infrastructure projects are under way to bring Millennium Development Goals (MDG) within reach, reduce foreign donor aid, and ameliorate the investment climate. Ethiopia knows its strengths lie in a marathon, not a sprint, and the government’s long-term development policies reflect this. Does this progress signal the beginning of Ethiopia’s revival?
How Ginbot-7 and it's leadership see the people of Tigrai
We know who the real fighter is and defended his land and who is the one who fled his country to hide in London, England in 1935. We know who was sitting in Hintalo, outside of Mekelle 100 km from Adwa with 25,000 troops when the patriotic people of Tigrai and other patriotic Ethiopians being mowed by the Italian machine guns in 1896.
...So what would they do if they would get to power? Well...watch this. I wonder what they call the rest of Ethiopian nationalties.
They will keep changing their jacket, their party name, their slogan, and their color but they are the same people and their ultimate goal is to destroy us. Don't be fooled, they are not few extremists it is many people so, know this knowing is power