YeHager Lij Abebe Gellaw with Dereje Desta ESAT Ethiopia

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ESAT YeHager Lij Abebe Gellaw with Dereje Desta Ethiopia Abebe Gellaw tells his journey from a student activist to a journalist trying to make a difference by fighting tyranny and repressions in Ethiopia. www.ethsat.com – Ethiopian Satellite Television (ESAT) ESAT is the first independent Ethiopian Satellite Television service and Radio Station who broadcast to Ethiopia and the rest of the world.

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KRBNSN June 6, 2012 - 10:59 pm

Actually We don’t want it! It is yours now! there are many land locked countries ! Time always tell the truth! Congratulation to Your New sovereign Nation!

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KRBNSN June 6, 2012 - 11:04 pm

The Best Way to Humiliate some one is – the American way. “O Yeah Public Humiliation”

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Innovatio100 June 9, 2012 - 2:08 am

All of us who is concerned and worried about Ethiopia do our struggle in different medium that are possible. Most of us want to contribute and fight and we have a burning desire to fight this backward tyranny it’s shameful in 20 century someone who have got opportunity to create peace and progress will abuse the power for personal gain. If he was well read and intellectual he’ll have ready Gandhi and MLK and try to follow like Pres. Obama their foot step. I guess his legacy will be murder

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Innovatio100 June 9, 2012 - 2:15 am

I’m proud of youl Mr. Abebe I hope you’ll one day like all of us dream will have a chance to go back and live in peace and pride and contribute in a progressive country. It’s a real shame and unfathomable in today’s world anyone who is materialist and can’t have vision for Africa who is really while his people are starving trying to look better he’s fooling only himself the west will laugh at him. He should know better it’s really embracing. I got it he feel missed out he been in the bush so?

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Samson Alem June 11, 2012 - 5:19 pm

We thank Abebe Gellaw for standing up and humiliate Meles. However, talk only doesn’t bring change in Ethiopia. Most us want change in Ethiopia but we don’t do any thing except making commens in you tube or attending demonstrations.If 10000 devoted Ethiopian organize and contribute $10 a month, We will have more than 1 million dollar a year. With that money we can lobby congress to change American policy towards Ethiopia, and support resistance movement in Ethiopia with money and material

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Solomon July 16, 2012 - 6:28 am

Never expect any human being acting like Abebe Gellaw, that kind of approach was puling Ethiopia until this century. Shouting, running out of the meeting, disrespecting the opponent ideas and if possible killing was the small sample of Abebe Gellaw action. I think here in U.S.A it is unacceptable. Think this is totally anarchism; I think, your action was not correct and legitimate for all the people in the meeting like the way you talk. America trusted you like educated with a good mannered person. Zenawe freedom and respect was violated. Thought about you action, and came up, no one disrespect to that level in that king of meeting. You can put your idea or ask you question in good manner if you are given a chance to talk. It is not outside in the forest or mass gaze ring, you used your respected ID to the party you support. No one must be hurt and humiliated to that level of shout in the meeting he invited. Think, the committee who call Melesa Zenawe to the meeting, must call Meles Zenawe and apologized and must do something about the actions or conducts like Abebe Gellaws not to happen again, Let it be peace, love and respect in world. Abebe Gellaw, remember, we do many mistake in our life where ever we are, if we are a president, we will make mistake to. Many people may tell you are correct, even though you don’t like Meles very much, the way you did was very wrong. Million good things he did to Ethiopia. If you do not see them what he did, you are not born to see instead you are born to shout. Pray to Meles Zenawi. You see you and you like will say, am relative or tigray, say whatever to say shouter—Meles have done many good things no one forget, even you—Call him Ethiopian hero, my hero!! Never see him in person, never been in the city he born, but he is my Ethiopia brother, encourage hero not discourage a hero. shouter what about the strong side, He is a fighter against poverty, the true Ethiopian enamy.

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