ERITREA: The Modern Day Carpetbaggers and Scalawags

From 2014

From Where I Sit...

When the monkey sees a nice fruit in the tree that can’t be grasped, then the monkey says the fruit is rotten-African Proverb

The African proverb reminds me of the naysayers who insist on pushing their narratives on the State of Eritrea, regardless of the evidence, facts and realities on the ground. Acting like the jealous lover who insists on killing his/her mate so as to not allow others to have her/him, Eritrea’s modern day scalawags and carpetbaggers are burning the midnight oil, not to mention abusing US and European tax payer’s monies, to advance their narratives on the nation,  its government and people. Realizing that they cannot have a say   in Eritrea’s economic and political life, have decided that they will instead tarnish its image, with the hopes of bringing the Eritrean people to their knees…

Eritrea is indeed surprising many who may have been disillusioned or influenced…

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