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Bahti meskerem celebration, Oslo Norway


 

Added August 30, 2011 6:44

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ERITREA: No famine… and that fact is not sitting well with some quarters

It seems the western media and its handlers are having a hard time swallowing another fact about Eritrea-they cannot fathom that there is NO famine in Eritrea, whilst its neighbors, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia are all experiencing drought and famine. Instead of congratulating the Government and people of Eritrea for mitigating the effects of recurrent droughts in the region with innovative and sustainable solutions, they have set out, once again, instead, to vilify and undermine this young nation and its magnanimous population. The harshest commentary have come from US officials and the hapless western media in tow, who find it impossible to utter a single kind word on issues related to Eritrea.

  • Let us take a look at some of the condescending comments:
    "…Because it is a part of the greater Horn of Africa, we assume that conditions in Eritrea are probably quite similar to the drought ...

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September 1, 1961 hsitorical day of Eritrea. Reposted by adminstrator

Added August 22, 2011 7:37

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Memory of September one 1961

   

What the Horn of Africa could learn from Eritrea


By SAMANTHA SPOONER (@samooner)Posted Monday, August 15 2011 at 13:18

Eritrea is labelled as the Horn of Africa’s 'bad boy', but in this time of
drought a resilient, and almost courageous, impression of the small state
emerges. Despite the struggle to rebuild the nation following decades of
fighting with neighbours, Eritreans are coping with the disaster better than
more stable nations in the region. Millions are being pledged from various
nations and organisations to helping the countries affected by drought and
famine, but Eritrea silently works away at her own model of development
which keeps the donors and dependency at bay.

Following a trip to the nation, Gordon Peters, a member of the World
Democratic Movement,
observed a situation where "people are poor but nobody is really starving”
and a country-wide philosophy and practice of self-sustainability. In a
telephone interview, Peters said that he was very impressed by the country’s ...

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Added August 16, 2011 23:07

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