RIP pfdj... my heartfelt condolences to the goons!

From Welcome to Asmarino Independent. Tue Feb 19 2013, 19:35:43

People ask so many questions about why things have gone wrong for Eritrea, they try to blame the organisational structure of EPLF and the nature of the Eritrean society... they also analyse post conflict societies... post post colonial societies and many more theories... I say at the bottom of every ill that we as a people have had the misfortune of experiencing... at the heart of every opportunity we missed out on and in the middle of all calamitous disasters that have befallen us is Isaias Afewerki, the author and perfector of Eritrea's fall from a shining hope to the very definition of a tragic disaster!

Many years of observation and testimonies from those who know him well attest to the fact that IA is a confirmed psychopath who is incapable of experiencing or fully comprehending the normal range of human emotions. He is completely without conscience and without remorse, will do anything at all to achieve his goals or desires, and, sees the rest of humanity and particularly us Eritreans as simple pawns in his power games. ...

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