Consolidating the third wave democracies
a means for government to control or govern the people – not a means of people controlling government.
It is a constitution premised on the assumption that the living are here to serve the dead and not the other way round, where the dead sacrificed to serve the living.
Why would anyone become an aggressor, if he/she can sympathize with the victim you may say!
The American civil rights movement of black people had white people who sympathized with them, his counter example.
That is why we do not believe in tables and chairs and even other humans.
If you are a Christian or Muslim who claims that you are a 100% certain God does exist, you are an infidel and you are going to hell no matter what your guru may be telling you.
It is by far the dumbest constitution ever written. Even if you are a Tigrigna that we tend to assume are part of the conspiracy, you would be the first to dump the constitution unless you wanted your grandkids to continue to be slaves of ‘Hidri sema’etat’. In our little world here, where instead of consolidating the cause that we should fight for, we are obsessed with consolidating a united opposition that would then hitchhike any direction, things such as the constitution tend to give people false hope that a mobilizing formula can be worked out.
That is where the old guard of the opposition is stuck.
The first was Dawit’s ‘self-liberation’ where he seems to argue for a rise above the tide to disentangle ourselves from self-interested subjectivity that biases our judgement and allow nature to run its course.I think I said or read this before: the only reason we believe in God is because we are not 100% sure that He exists.You cannot believe on something that you know to be true.In this two-dimensional planet, the only axis that determines whether you are ‘gesgasi’ or ‘ad Har Hari’ is whether you believe the PFDJ is a nationalist organization or a Tigrigna ethnic organization.It does not matter what you know and can prove to be true.