Ethiopians for Constitutional Monarchy

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The Lies of “Liberation Fronts”

Colonialism never ended in Africa; countries such as France, Great Britain, Belgium, Russia, and the United States—with China now in the league of colonial powers—just became more cunning. Instead of ruling through cannons and bullets, colonizers made the strategic decision […]

Inflection Point: Tenenet Starts with a Conversation

Yesterday afternoon, more than a hundred people attended “Tenenet: Seeking Light in Times of Darkness”, an event organized by Ethiopians for Constitutional Monarchy and held at Arlington Central Library. The event kicked off with feature speaker Sina Demsash who conveyed […]

Deconstructing the Mind of Abiy Ahmed

Updated 8.10.2019 at 6:35 PM Addis Abeba Time Around this time last year, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed was flying high. Appearing out of nowhere as Ethiopia was nearing an implosion after 27 years of TPLF hegemony and tribal chauvinism, Ahmed […]

The Bantustanization of Ethiopia

There has been a lot of chatter among the intelligentsia lately of how Ethiopia is on her way to being Balkanized and will in time succumb to the same fate that befell Yugoslavia in 1992. But there is no need […]

Spotlighting Excellence: the Transcendent Haben Girma

We all bear difficulties in life; where some are able to hide our challenges through smiles and facades of normality, others are given abnormal adversities and wear their scars visibly. Such is the case with Haben Girma, who was born […]

Zemene Zeregnenet and the Age of Arrogance in Ethiopia

It is not possible to heal from a sickness unless one knows the disease. Considering that Ethiopia is currently under assault from a virulent strain of tribalism that is tearing at the seams of the nation, it is important to […]