Ethiopia is a false name for the colonial state of Abyssinia. The true, historical Ethiopia was Ancient Sudan whereby during the Antiquity, and the Christian and Islamic Ages many great African states were formed and civilizations flourished. The Abyssinians were always unrelated to them, but recently (middle of the 20th century) usurped the name of Ethiopia in order to raise their irrelevant claims to the Blue Nile.
These claims are null because the Blue Nile does not cross the lands of the Abyssinians (the Amhara and Tigray tribes) but the occupied territories of the Bertas, the Oromos, and the Agaws. These nations are currently struggling to overthrow the racist Abyssinian rule, get liberated, and ultimately secede from Abyssinia (phony Ethiopia).
Anyone who uses the name of Ethiopia for the colonial state of Abyssinia contributes to the enduring and multifaceted genocides perpetrated by the barbarous Amhara and Tigray Abyssinian rulers against the aforementioned as well as many other subjugated nations, notably the Ogadenis, the Sidamas, the Afars and others.
The hatred, the rancor, the hysteria and the barbarism inhabit among the Amhara and Tigray Abyssinian elites who also hate Sudan, Egypt, the entire World of Islam, Turkey in particular, and many other nations because they outshined them, contributing to the World Civilization.
But who are the Amhara and Tigray Abyssinians?
What is their culture and education?
Am I right claiming that their elites constitute the epitome of Barbarism and the abnegation of Humanity?
One can write encyclopedias on this vast issue, but one may be accused for partiality.
Before analyzing the subject, I find it necessary to show to the Sudanese, the Egyptians, the Turks, and all the Muslims the real, true face of the Amhara and Tigray Abyssinians.
Not what I say about them, but what they write out of their own free will….
So, in this series of articles, I will keep silent, and merely republish comments written by the Amhara and Tigray Abyssinians about some of my articles. These comments have been published in the Buzzle forum, and one may find many Oromos, Ogadenis, Bejas and others thanking me for my contributions. In the beginning, I also participated a few times.
Thank God, the rules set by Buzzle prohibited improper vocabulary, and the software erased automatically thousands of comments similar to the dozens of thousands of mails that I have received over the span of the last few years; nevertheless, the remaining are still quite enough as determinant proof about the Abyssinian “culture” and “education”.
Please, consider first the levels of analphabetism (exceeding 75%) and foreign language literacy (limited under 5%) among the Amhara and Tigray Abyssinians; this data makes sure that my republication reflects – exclusively – the Amhara and Tigray Abyssinian elites.
I republish comments as per earlier article of mine, adding the related link. I classified the comments chronologically in descending order. Names are those given by the authors; most of them are nicknames. Next to them, I marked the date when the comment was posted. You will soon realize that many Amhara and Tigray Abyssinians tried to impersonate some Oromos in order to put in the mouth of those whom they have been mercilessly tyrannizing the lies that are suitable to the bestial Abyssinian tyranny. The logic of the criminal emanates out of this act.
I will continue with further documentation in forthcoming articles. It would be a critical mistake for Egypt, Sudan, Turkey, and all the Muslims of the world to dissociate the state representatives of phony Ethiopia from these commentators. Those who did not write comments simply do not speak English and do not belong to the elites of the Amhara and Tigray Abyssinians.
But the elites are this barbarous.
1. The Oromos: Abyssinia's oppressed majority on its way to Independence
Picture: Map of Abyssinia dating back to 1683; the Lake Tana and the Blue Nile are out of the territories of the Abyssinians. And so they are today. From: http://www.doig.net/Emap1683.jpg
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About The Author: Dr. Muhammad Shamsaddin Megalommatis - is Orientalist, Assyriologist, Egyptologist, Iranologist, Islamologist, Historian and Political Scientist. Dr. Megalommatis, 52, is the author of 12 books, dozens of scholarly articles, hundreds of encyclopedia entries, and thousands of articles. He speaks, reads and writes more than 15, modern and ancient, languages.