Voice of Eritrean Liberal Democrats: Why Liberal Democracy is the best option for Eritrea and Eritreans?(Part II)

In part one, I tried to explain the long march to search an ideology that has a potential to answer my quest of Eritrean mindset and why an ideology is a necessary tool to comeout with a vision that can be defined ideologically. In the discourse, I created a triangular shape (as shown in figureContinue reading “Voice of Eritrean Liberal Democrats: Why Liberal Democracy is the best option for Eritrea and Eritreans?(Part II)”

PFDJ is a Male Chauvinist political organization: The case of Eritrean Women

A news report of November 20, 2017 published in the only existing Eritrean news has brought into my attention what I was thinking about the PFDJ nature of male chauvinism. The report, as given below, reports that a conference was held in Massawa to discuss about women in general and women students in particular aboutContinue reading “PFDJ is a Male Chauvinist political organization: The case of Eritrean Women”

Voice of Liberal Democrats: Why Liberal Democracy is the best option for Eritrea and Eritreans? (Part I)

It is not a surprise if I can claim that I am the first Eritrean who is openly advocating for Liberal Democracy political philosophy to reign over Eritrea and Eritrean mindset by replacing the most barbaric, totalitarian and inhumane political ideology of PFDJ. I am also a self-proclaimed Liberal Democrat who is working to injectContinue reading “Voice of Liberal Democrats: Why Liberal Democracy is the best option for Eritrea and Eritreans? (Part I)”

Language Issue: An outdated and old fashioned Political Debate

In this modern day, language is NO MORE an issue. It is an outdated debate. What you need is interpreters(even a computer program is doing this service). Then, anyone can speak in a language that he masters. And listeners can switch the language they want. We are living in the IT era. Personally, I have excludedContinue reading “Language Issue: An outdated and old fashioned Political Debate”

Radio Jahray: Fearless Voice of the Voiceless Eritreans

When there is freedom, the is a voice. When there is no freedom, there is a voice but is silent. That is why we are voice of the voiceless people. It is this simple mission, being voice of the voiceless people that is keeping us fighting against those who oppress our freedom. Eritrean people areContinue reading “Radio Jahray: Fearless Voice of the Voiceless Eritreans”

Standing Against School Punishment: The beginning of my Struggle for “Human Rights”

Fresh Memories from my Elementary School During my elementary school, I attended a Catholic School in my home town. It was the best school that has shaped my life unil today. The school had excellent teaching methods and discipline was always strict. What I experienced in this school has in many ways shaped my life.FromContinue reading “Standing Against School Punishment: The beginning of my Struggle for “Human Rights””