How the UN is Used to Destroy African Sovereignty

“No nation in the world can forward its interest alone or through the UN if it does not serve the interest of the US. It is US interest or no interest.”

By Amanuel Biedemariam,

It is impossible to try to put in layman’s language the way United Nations (UN) works. To understand it, one need to explore the core values, the purposes the organization bases its foundation, and compare it to how it is functioning currently.

The UN was established by the United States in collaboration with England at the height of Second World War. Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill spent a great deal of time in Washington crafting the language and the framework for an organization that has become a major tool to further the agenda of Western nations led by the US.  Continue reading

Eritrea Warns Occupation of its Sovereign Territory to End

“Our accusations of attacks on sovereign Eritrean soil by the US administration are solely based on facts and evidences and for that we hold Washington entirely responsible for the criminal offenses made on March 15.” – Eritrean Government

Time to exercise right of self-defense beyond teaching the aggressor the consequences of its reckless adventure and invasion

By Shabait,

In an apparently flamboyant mass media story, the TPLF (Ethiopian) regime last week announced to have carried out raids over certain targets within the sovereign Eritrean territory.

Irrespective of the consequences that only the Government of Eritrea is well aware of, the last of US-TPLF flagrant incursions—which this same clique admitted in its immodest testimonials—are not only brazen infringements on international conventions, but also have contravened the sovereignty, territorial integrity and political independence of the State of Eritrea. Continue reading

Manipulation of AU, IGAD and the UN Security Council to advance Ethiopia’s Agendas

The May 2009, six hours long private meeting between Zenawi and Rice was the genesis of their ill-gotten, evil agenda of sanctioning Eritrea was first hatched.

By Sophia Tesfamariam,

On 23 December 2009, after the Security Council adopted Resolution 1907 (2009) that imposed sanctions on the State of Eritrea and its people, Susan E. Rice, the US Ambassador to the United Nations, insulting the intelligence of the Eritrean people and showing her contempt for Africans in general and Eritreans in particular, made the following comments to the press:

“…I want to talk about the resolution we just adopted imposing sanctions on Eritrea. This was an African initiative. It was the consequence of a decision taken by the African Union… Continue reading

Manipulation of AU, IGAD and the UN Security Council to advance Ethiopia's Agendas

The May 2009, six hours long private meeting between Zenawi and Rice was the genesis of their ill-gotten, evil agenda of sanctioning Eritrea was first hatched.

By Sophia Tesfamariam,

On 23 December 2009, after the Security Council adopted Resolution 1907 (2009) that imposed sanctions on the State of Eritrea and its people, Susan E. Rice, the US Ambassador to the United Nations, insulting the intelligence of the Eritrean people and showing her contempt for Africans in general and Eritreans in particular, made the following comments to the press:

“…I want to talk about the resolution we just adopted imposing sanctions on Eritrea. This was an African initiative. It was the consequence of a decision taken by the African Union… Continue reading

ETHIOPIA: A Classic Case of the Accuser being the Culprit

Today’s ‘Ally’ ... when his days of 'Servitude' no longer required

By Sophia Tesfamariam,

Eritreans have been watching the flurry of reports emanating from the Ethiopian capital and have been following the minority regime’s latest shameful and embarrassing pandering at the UN Security Council. It was indeed a spectacle, one that the western media has chosen to ignore, for obvious reasons, but a spectacle witnessed by many, including Security Council members which include the regime’s powerful handlers.

Why were the minority regime’s cadres in such a ditzy, and what were they peddling this time around? The minority regime’s ignominious cadres left no stone unturned in yet another futile and desperate attempt to convince Security Council members to take further punitive actions against Eritrea and its people. Continue reading

ETHIOPIA: A Classic Case of the Accuser being the Culprit

Today’s ‘Ally’ ... when his days of 'Servitude' no longer required

By Sophia Tesfamariam,

Eritreans have been watching the flurry of reports emanating from the Ethiopian capital and have been following the minority regime’s latest shameful and embarrassing pandering at the UN Security Council. It was indeed a spectacle, one that the western media has chosen to ignore, for obvious reasons, but a spectacle witnessed by many, including Security Council members which include the regime’s powerful handlers.

Why were the minority regime’s cadres in such a ditzy, and what were they peddling this time around? The minority regime’s ignominious cadres left no stone unturned in yet another futile and desperate attempt to convince Security Council members to take further punitive actions against Eritrea and its people. Continue reading

ETHIOPIA: A Classic Case of the Accuser being the Culprit

Today’s ‘Ally’ ... when his days of 'Servitude' no longer required

By Sophia Tesfamariam,

Eritreans have been watching the flurry of reports emanating from the Ethiopian capital and have been following the minority regime’s latest shameful and embarrassing pandering at the UN Security Council. It was indeed a spectacle, one that the western media has chosen to ignore, for obvious reasons, but a spectacle witnessed by many, including Security Council members which include the regime’s powerful handlers.

Why were the minority regime’s cadres in such a ditzy, and what were they peddling this time around? The minority regime’s ignominious cadres left no stone unturned in yet another futile and desperate attempt to convince Security Council members to take further punitive actions against Eritrea and its people. Continue reading