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Meles Zenawi :- The Truth, Lie and Deception!

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Uploaded on Jan 5, 2012

It fascinates me and I think it takes considerable courage for some people who think they can bluntly lie just because they appear to be so sincere while the truth is just infront of our eyes. Interestingly enough, only psychopath and delusional person like Meles Zenawi can think they can get away with it. But now days, it becomes a political malignant and political game for Weyane cadres to lie over and over again to fool the public just by simply repeating the lies. Abraham Lincoln said, "You can fool all of the people some of the time, and you can fool some of the people all of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time." This Video clip will help us all Eritreans to tell the truth apart from the lies. We thought we were told the fact that it was all about border issue when Meles Zenawi decided to declare war and asked his troops to take all necessary measures and actions against Eritrea in order to secure Ethiopian borders. However, more than ten years later, he said that the whole war wasn't even border issue in the first place. Then why did Meles Zenawi ask his troops to take all necessary measures and wage a non-sense war against Eritrea? Why did Eritreans and Ethiopians alike waste millions of dollars if not in billions for senseless war, while both countries could have spend such money to fight poverty and illiteracy in their countries? Mr. Meles Zenawi, What is the justification for the destruction war then? Why so much death, both civilians and military, Mr. Meles Zenawi?

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