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  1. Avatar Xeagul12 October 18th, 2011 at 8:56 am

    I thought it was the journalist job to find out what is the truth not peddle bullshit from one end to the other? I’m fucking ashamed to have the same skin color as you mindless, big lipped, baboons. All you fucking loser Africans had at least half a century of independence, but you haven’t made the slightest move to better your self and those that are around you. Eritrea is making a stride despite all the odds that is thrown toward us. Eritrea will prevail at the end but this transgression against Eritreans by all African nation who are the lop dogs of the west, your shameful acts will never be forgotten motherfuckers.

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    1. Avatar Abebe October 18th, 2011 at 11:13 am

      Wedza tsemam Denkoro

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    2. Avatar Sbella October 18th, 2011 at 11:39 am

      @0af193da32a739817b88a01a20f713b0:disqus : You speak the truth and Eritrea will forever be a shining example. This is just history repeating itself and you know what? History will be a good judge not far from today .. all these traitor slave nations who claim to represent peoples in Africa wouldn’t dare to look into our eyes. Selfish cowards who only have cared to fatten their wallets at the expense of their starving citizens .. shame on you African puppets! Please go and visit Eritrea to see for yourself what they have achieved in the past 20 years through their own resource and capacity. Then you would only realize what nation building entails. It is plain wrong to condemn the Eritrean people for speaking the truth and standing up for what they believe. Some may think that they are targeting the Eritrean government? Oh, c’mon, please someone explain the difference? We are the government and the government is us.

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      1. Avatar Redseasprit October 19th, 2011 at 8:48 am

        Sbella stop putting your self on myth. Plz stop dreaming and return back to reality

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        1. Avatar Sbella October 19th, 2011 at 5:55 pm

          Rome isn’t built in 1 day and read your journals to learn what it takes to build a nation. It isn’t about Isaias, it’s about Eritrea we are talking about. Several African nations obtained their independence in the ’60s and most of them are still a laughing-stock of the world for their bad governance and corruption. They might claim that they have adopted a western style democracy. What good is democracy if there is no social justice and doesn’t look out for the majority of the citizens? Democracy isn’t justified if most citizens remain destitute and hungry while the corrupt few live in mansions and drive expensive cars.
          I am just saying, read for your own sake so you are better informed. We are lucking a wealth of knowledge it seems like, Mr. Redseaspirit!

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    3. Avatar New Era October 18th, 2011 at 11:46 am

      Dude, take your medication. While you are at it, please pass some of it to Isayas Afeworki.(He probably needs it these days more than you do.  We see, where your empty bravado and arrogance got you so far. Hopefully we will keep witnessing driving you over the cliff, soon.

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      1. Avatar Redseasprit October 19th, 2011 at 8:47 am

        This is the truth and reality. so right new era!

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  2. Avatar Xeagul12 October 18th, 2011 at 9:15 am

    Slaves to the end. Century comes and goes the dark continent still stays a hell hole for a fellow brother. Bringing down any one who sets a good example. It’s less time consuming to destroy something instead of building it. That is the mentality of simpleton Africans. When the delegation from the west arrived they might try to be nice with smile and handshake, but all they see is a are a big lipped, brainless baboons who don’t have a self worth lol. They place dogs in higher hierarchy than the rest of you good for nothing slaves of the west. We Eritreans don’t  bow down to no one except for our creator god. All man are created equal except the Africans. After all they share a striking similarities with obedient dogs, whom they have a tendency to wag their tail soon as they see their masters. Unlike the rest of African fuckers Eritrean we don’t need any one’s aid or loan. Eritreans are the only country in Africa that has a 0.0% debt from IMF or world bank. I hope you all losers learn something from Eritrea. Eritrea is from any aid agency and if you like you could check my comments 😉

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  3. Avatar jambo October 18th, 2011 at 3:13 pm

    @0af193da32a739817b88a01a20f713b0:disqus  I see very angry Black man with Identity crisis. As far as we know Eritrean’s are black Africans not Arabs, chain-us or Italians for that matter. It shows the respect you have for yourself. I think you spending too much time with your Italian friend thinking u are not European, brother let me tell you are refugee with legal status or they call you Ethnic minority. You were granted refugee status because Eritrea’s Government is oppressive. UN is going to sanction the government of Eritrea,for the second time tightening the rope around the neck which might make it cough up a bit.So that it will stop funding terrorists in somalia and other places.
    BTW Eritreans are leaving their country in mass why do think ask yourself.
    Here a report By UN jumped off a truck http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=39147&Cr=asylum&Cr1
       

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  4. Avatar Yonaseritrea October 18th, 2011 at 3:29 pm

    this not a Good news for the people of Eritrea. i dont think PFDJ can be attack by destabilizing actions but am so sure that the our people will pay for everthing.most of  us we became Refugees and not looking for Aftre Eritrea.”In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.”

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  5. Avatar Eri 100% October 18th, 2011 at 3:42 pm

    The Eritrean people has already been sanctioned by its own government long time ago. I believe this sanction will weaken the oppressive government thereby forcing it to learn to play by the law. It will be in the interest of Africans in general and the people of Eritrea for the proposed sanction for the UNSC to pass and impliment it now.

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  6. Avatar Anonymous October 18th, 2011 at 4:28 pm

    I’m so happy that the Stupid Shaebia will go a way and we can have a peace in our Area.
    Shaeba: he staret war in Badme  with Ethiopia.
    ISAIAS  killed more than 100 innocent  Childeren In Mekele Tigray  Ider  Elementary School.

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  7. Avatar SAMUEL BEKELE October 18th, 2011 at 4:32 pm

    Finally good new to people of Eritrea!!!!

    The Eritrean people is alreday under sanction by its own govern’t 
    Asmara University is closed ( shame)
    NO free press ( shame)
    NO election ( shame)
    NO constitution ( shame)
    supporting alshabab ( shame )

    all the money from the gold mine would be end up on Eritrean officials hand and Alshabab’s hand. and will never help the eritrean people in any ways. Sanction babe ! sanction ! now !!!

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    1. Avatar Redseasprit October 19th, 2011 at 8:51 am

      You forget something! No movement and no entry, No party or political activity. One Dictator controls every thing…….THE LIST CONTINUES.

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    2. Avatar Sarabrown October 19th, 2011 at 2:22 pm

      Bekele you are donkey. So it does not impress me by your comment. Ha Ha

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  8. Avatar ziggy October 18th, 2011 at 7:48 pm

    look here fools.. this is not about Eritrean people or it’s government.. it’s about geopolitics and domination for African resources. it happen be the Eritrean people and government are in their right track for their interest that conflict with the western interest. in case Somalia, don’t border Eritrea. Ethiopia, Kenya, Djibouti do. which all the guns for the shebab or what ever you want to call them get. including not limited us, uk, and other countries with pure self interest. but you have some African leaders like gobon, Ethiopia etc. puppets of the west because they got paid with hammer military trucks.. they sign anything..what the masters say…i talk to gobonian friend, he didn’t even know where Eritrea was let alone to explain why his country sponsor a draft for sanction for Eritrea.. 
    as you can see and hear things are not what they seem this days in Africa.. and the west will tell you..THE LAST FRONTIER..sit tight you will see more war and disaster in Africa very soon..started in libya…today is Eritrea tomorrow is you .. coming soon near you …
    GOD SAVE AFRICA…         

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  9. Avatar SERVING THE TRUTH October 19th, 2011 at 1:31 am

    You better have an eye for the new colonialism in AFRICA. Those who control african resources control the 21st century; so why not AFRICA control its own resources. Its a divided and rule strategy that never seems to fail from looking at the traitors around here. We are not blind and know what is going on in our own country but  sacriface must be paid we are faceing the  forces of evil and sacriface must be paid.There is no room for traitors or the weak among us that are being used as the tool for the divide and rule strategy.There is a rush for ARICAN resources including the land grab in ETHIOPIA. We must keep the unitity of AFRICA at all cost including that of ETHIOPIA AND GOBON. Those traitors i feel sorry for you for you are bound for intinction. There is no stoping AFRICA from moving forward. AFRICA FOR AFRICAN AND BY AFRICAN.

    This is our moment to shine.

    GOD BLESS AFRICA.

    GOOGLE(AFRICA SUPPORT FOR GADDAFI &THE GREEN LIBYA IS GROWING BETWEEN THE PEOPLE 
                        LIBYA LIBIA LIBYE LIBYEN)
    and see for your self millions of AFRICAN in support of GADDAFI and AFRICA

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  10. Avatar eritrean October 19th, 2011 at 1:59 am

    Wow, what baseless accusations, why is Gabon drafting the resolution when they are in Central Africa, it seems as though American foreign politics is getting extremely desperate, killing a Saudi ambassador with a drug cartel? really though, not even a monkey would believe this.

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  11. Avatar Fyhaile October 20th, 2011 at 12:05 am

    Jealousy is even dangerous than this ppl. All Eritreans together will repel this and find a different way to move forward. We are survivors and probably the first nation in the world who stood against terrorists. This is nothing! If we survived shadshy wirar..this is nothing but we need to work together more that ever. Long live Eritrea!

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  12. Avatar Racakhile October 21st, 2011 at 11:16 pm

    Xeagul12 (Your slave), listen your lords history: we are the first country to accept your independence because, we had experience how bad and moron people are Eritrean. You can not live with us because you are SLAVES. your boss Italiano has brushed your mind away and used you as donkey. Its amazing watching an ARETRA citizen insult saying donkey. You don’t have history at all and you are trying to create your synthesized one by comparing and dreaming your status with Ethiopia.

    Ethiopia is a country with full of intelligent, hero, tolerant, beariful and proud people. We had a bad history because SLAVES were sucking our blood attached on the north. Now we have separated and the result fruits are visible. Ethiopia is now untouchable, not by even its slaves, nor by any African or Global countries. We are rising in the speed of light, and crushing our enemies invisibly and systematically. 

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