Saturday, February 27, 2021
Vancouver protesters decry reported genocide in Ethiopia
Drea Humphrey from Rebel News is reporting that " Recently, while covering the B.C. Grand Freedom Rally in front of the Vancouver Art Gallery, another group of protesters arrived, whose desperate chants immediately demanded the attention of everyone near. The small but mighty group of around 50 men, women and children were holding signs alleging that genocide is taking place in the Tigray region of Ethiopia. I couldn’t help but notice that the local mainstream media appeared to lack any interest in covering these Tigray protesters, desperately claiming that horrendous acts were happening to their loved ones back home."
She mentioned the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF). They are communist. Tedros Adhanom, the director of the World Health Organization was a leader in that violent paramilitary organization. Hence the term "Front" in all these communist spin offs groups.
It is interesting to note that the ruling party which recently changed its name to the Prosperity Party was originally called the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front.
"The EPRDF consisted of four political parties, namely Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF), Amhara Democratic Party (ADP), Oromo Democratic Party (ODP) and Southern Ethiopian People's Democratic Movement (SEPDM). After leading the overthrow of the Communist People's Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, it dominated Ethiopian politics from 1991 to 2019."
"In November 2019, the EPRDF dissolved, and Prime Minister and EPDRF chairman Abiy Ahmed merged most of the constituent parties of the coalition (except the TPLF) into a new party called the Prosperity Party." So the Tigray People's Liberation Front was part of the coalition that overthrew a Communist government but were kicked out in 2019."
A coalition group overthrows a communist dictatorship then kicks out a splinter who wants to bring communism back. Tragically, Ethiopia has become another Rwanda complete with ethnic cleansing. That needs to be addressed.