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ይህንን ፎቶ ሰኞ ጥዋት 3ሺ800 ሰዎች እንደሚወዱት ፈስ ቡኬ ላይ መስከረዋል!
ኢትዮጵያ ውስጥ ተከብሮና ተከባብሮ በሰላም መኖር የሚሻ ሁሉ፡ ሕዝቡ ከሚያከብረውና ከሚወደው ነገር ጋር ሁሉ መላተምን ማስወገድ ዋነኛው የሕይወት መመሪያ መሆን አለበት።
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A previous piece by Aesop, appearing on Aiga Forum seemed to touch an important issue for our country. He seemed ‘to advocate’ change in the TPLF-led oppressive political practices in our country. Even that was not sufficiently clear since the writer was speaking in terms of a particular group – Tigrean youth.
Subsequent other pieces were all over the map, eventually going back even on the earlier position. If the idea is to influence or constrict the selection of issues or problems to be addressed, his ideas are very superficial, too narrow and uncertain, although he repeatedly speaks of principles and consistency.
Is this a lone voice talking aloud to himself, or is it someone making an attempt to engage others to help clean the blockage on the canal for water to properly flow? Some better articulation and consistency might reduce the opacity his writing suffers from. It would help anyone interested in engaging in discourse, for that matter even to be understood!
Hereunder is Aesop’s latest piece:
Optimizing the Trinity in Politics: A Tree Model
By Aesop, Taken from Aiga Forum
The major difference between modern and primitive politics is that the former is driven by instinct while the latter is guided by principles. Modern politics has three principles: equality, fraternity and liberty. The principle of equality frames its reference on entire living organisms. It states that, in comparison of living species, homo sapiens have stronger bond than other species. On the other hand, the principle of fraternity frames its reference on societies. It holds that, in comparison of societies, individuals within social units have stronger bond than other social groups. And thirdly, the principle of liberty frames its reference on the single individual by stipulating that, in comparison of different individuals, some have unique attributes than others-hence are entitled to free expression.