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The extension type must be an integer from 0 to Maps are converted to data. Map objects in R contain key and value list columns and can be simplified to named lists or named vectors. For more information on msgpack types, see here. A low-level msgpack codec for Crystal. Any type can become encodable by including Msgpack:: Any type can become decodable by following the example. This library is inspired by json The API of msgpack11 is designed to be similar with json The present module proposes an implemetation of the MessagePack specification as described on http: The implementation is now in Pure Perl which could come as a performance penalty opposed to some other packer implemented in C.

There are already some part of MessagePack implemented in Perl6, with for instance MessagePack available here: Futhermore, that module uses the unpack functionality which is tagged as experimental as of today. That function takes a data structure as parameter, and returns a Blob with the packed version of the data structure.

That function takes a MessagePack packed message as parameter, and returns the deserialized data structure. Executable binary files are available from releases. Download a file for your platform, and use it. FILE is a file which msgpack binary stored. This command shows the all data contained in specified format YAML in default. Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at [ https: You can find this code and more in examples.

CWPack is a lightweight and yet complete implementation of the MessagePack serialization format version 5. Both totally outperform CMP and msgpack-c. CWPack is working against memory buffers. User defined handlers are called when buffers are filled up packing or needs refill unpack.

CWPack may be run in compatibility mode. When an error is detected in a context, the context is stopped and all future calls to that context are immediatly returned without any actions. CWPack consists of a single src file and two header files. No separate build is neccesary, just include the files in your own build. Included in the test folder are a module test and a performance test and shell scripts to run them. The extremely fast MessagePack serializer for C.

It is 10x faster than MsgPack-Cli and outperforms other C serializers. MessagePack for C also ships with built-in support for LZ4 compression - an extremely fast compression algorithm.

Performance is important, particularly in applications like game development, distributed computing, microservice architecture, and caching. MessagePack has compact binary size and full set of general purpose expression. If you want to know why MessagePack C is fastest, please see performance section. Extension Packages info is see extensions section. ToJson helps dump binary. By default the attribute is required.

Optionally it can be unnecessary, see Object Serialization section and Formatter Resolver section for details. MessagePackAnalyzer helps object definition. Attributes, accessibility etc are detected and it becomes a compiler error. If you want to allow a specific type for example, when registering a custom type , put MessagePackAnalyzer.

Primitives int , string , etc Please see extensions section. MessagePack for C can serialze your own public Class or Struct. Serialization target must marks [MessagePackObject] and [Key]. Key type can choose int or string.

If key type is int, serialized format is used array. If key type is string, serialized format is used map. All patterns serialization target are public instance member field or property. If you want to avoid serialization target, you can add [IgnoreMember] to target member. Which should uses int key or string key? I recommend use int key because faster and compact than string key. But string key has key name information, it is useful for debugging.

MessagePackSerializer requests target must put attribute is for robustness. If class is grown, you need to be conscious of versioning. MessagePackSerializer uses default value if key does not exists.

If uses int key, should be start from 0 and should be sequential. If unnecessary properties come out, please make a missing number. Also, if Int Key's jump number is too large, it affects binary size.

I want to use like JSON. I don't want to put attribute! If you think that way, you can use a contractless resolver. I want to serialize private member! But you can use allow-private resolver. I don't need type, I want to use like BinaryFormatter!

You can use as typeless resolver and helpers. Please see Typeless section. Resolver is key customize point of MessagePack for C. Details, please see extension point. If use [DataMember] , same as [Key nameof propertyname ].

Using DataContract makes it a shared class library and you do not have to refer to MessagePack for C. However, it is not included in analysis by Analyzer or code generation by mpc. For this reason, I recommend that you use the MessagePack for C attribute basically. MessagePack for C supports deserialize immutable object. MessagePackSerializer choose constructor with the least matched argument, match index if key in integer or match name ignore case if key is string.

If can not match automatically, you can specify to use constructor manually by [SerializationConstructorAttribute]. MessagePack for C supports serialize interface. It is like XmlInclude or ProtoInclude. MessagePack for C there called Union. UnionAttribute can only attach to interface or abstract class. It requires discriminated integer key and sub-type. Serialization of inherited type, flatten in array or map , be carefult to integer key, it cannot duplicate parent and all childrens.

Typeless API is like BinaryFormatter , embed type information to binary so no needs type to deserialize. If you want to configure default typeless resolver, you can set by MessagePackSerializer.

If type name was changed, can not deserialize. If you need to typename fallback, you can use TypelessFormatter. Benchmark code is here - and there version info , ZeroFormatter and FlatBuffers has infinitely fast deserializer so ignore deserialize performance.

Before creating this library, I implemented a fast fast serializer with ZeroFormatter Performance. And this is a further evolved implementation. MessagePack for C is always fast, optimized for all types primitive, small struct, large object, any collections. Performance varies depending on options. This is a micro benchamark with BenchmarkDotNet.

All MessagePack for C options achive zero memory allocation on deserialization process. Deserialization is normally read from Stream. Thus, it will be restored from byte[] or Stream instead of string. MessagePack for C IntKey is fastest.

StringKey is slower than IntKey because matching from the character string is required. String key is often useful, contractless, simple replacement of JSON, interoperability with other languages, and more certain versioning. MessagePack for C is also optimized for String Key. First of all, it do not decode UTF8 byte[] to String for matching with the member name, it will look up the byte[] as it is avoid decode cost and extra allocation.

And It will try to match each long type per 8 character, if it is not enough, pad with 0 using automata and inline it when IL code generating. This also avoids calculating the hash code of byte[], and the comparison can be made several times on a long unit. This is the sample decompile of generated deserializer code by ILSpy. MessagePack is a fast and compact format but it is not compression. LZ4 is extremely fast compression algorithm, with MessagePack for C can achive extremely fast perfrormance and extremely compact binary size!

MessagePack for C has built-in LZ4 support. Builtin support is special, I've created serialize-compression pipeline and special tuned for the pipeline so share the working memory, don't allocate, don't resize until finished. Serialized binary is not simply compressed lz4 binary. Serialized binary is valid MessagePack binary used ext-format and custom typecode Therefore, size is written on the top.

Compression speed is not always fast. Depending on the target binary, it may be short or longer. However, even at worst, it is about twice, but it is still often faster than other uncompressed serializers. If target binary size under 64 bytes, LZ4MessagePackSerializer does not compress to optimize small size serialization. I love protobuf-net and respect that great work. But if uses protobuf-net for general-purpose serialization format, you may encounts annoying issue.

Because protobuf has no null representation this is the protobuf-net authors answer. MessagePack specification can completely serialize C type system.

This is the reason to recommend MessagePack over protobuf. JSON is good general-purpose format. It is perfect, simple and enough spec. ZeroFormatter is similar as FlatBuffers but specialized to C.

Deserialization is infinitely fast but instead the binary size is large. And ZeroFormatter's caching algorithm requires additional memory. Again, ZeroFormatter is special. When situation matches with ZeroFormatter, it demonstrates power of format.

But for many common uses, MessagePack for C would be better. MessagePack for C has extension point and you can add external type's serialization support. There are official extension support. ImmutableCollection package add support for System. ReactiveProperty package add support for ReactiveProperty library. It is useful for save viewmodel state. It can enable to commnicate between server and Unity client. After install, extension package must enable by configuration.

Here is sample of enable all extension. This is configuration sample. You can make your own extension serializers or integrate with framework, let's create them and share it! It means read byte[] from stream strictly size. High-Level API uses memory pool internaly to avoid unnecessary memory allocation. If result size is under 64K, allocates GC memory only for the return bytes. IMessagePackFormatter is serializer by each type.

Many builtin formatters exists under MessagePack. You can get sub type serializer by formatterResolver. Here is sample of write own formatter. Created formatter needs to register to IFormatterResolver. Please see Extension Point section. You can see many other samples from builtin formatters. Read API returns deserialized primitive and read size. Write API returns write size and guranteed auto ensure ref byte[].

If you use NativeDateTimeResolver serialized native DateTime binary format and it can keep Kind info but cannot communicate other platforms. MessagePackType means msgpack spec of source types. MessagePackCode means msgpack format of first byte. IFormatterResolver is storage of typed serializers. Serializer api accepts resolver and can customize serialization.

It is the only configuration point to assemble the resolver's priority. In most cases, it is sufficient to have one custom resolver globally. CompositeResolver will be its helper.

If you want to make your extension package, you need to make formatter and resolver. You can get child-type serialize on resolver. This is like JSON. For example, serialize private field, serialize x10 formatter. MessagePack for C already used some messagepack ext type codes, be careful to use same ext code.

You can install by package and includes source code. Please see pre-code generation section. It is included StandardResolver by default. MessagePack for C has additional unsafe extension. If use UnsafeBlitResolver , serialize special format ext: This special feature is useful for serialize Mesh many Vector3[] or many transform position.

If you want to use unsafe resolver, you must enables unsafe option and define additional symbols. At first, write -unsafe on smcs. UnityShims NuGet package is for. Anyway you need to source-code level share. This is sample project structure of use SharedProject.

It is fast and transparently generated at run time. If you want to avoid generate cost or run on Xamarin or Unity, you need pre-code generation. GeneratedResolver and formatters generates to MessagePack. And application launch, you need to set Resolver at first. But you can run on Mono , that supports Mac and Linux.

Unity Project is using symbolic link. UnityClient on Unity Editor. Grani is a mobile game developer company in Japan and well known for using C. This is a low-level nogc , nothrow , safe , pure and betterC compatible MessagePack serializer and deserializer.

The library was designed to avoid any external dependencies and handle the low-level protocol details only. As a result the library doesn't have to do any error handling or buffer management. This library does never dynamically allocate memory.

The API documentation is available here. Because of clever typing there's no runtime bounds checking but all bounds checks are performed at compile time by type checking. The compiler will inline functions and can see through the switch block in getType. If you explicitly ask for one type, the compiler will reduce the code to a simple explicit if check for this type!

The generated code is obviously slighly more complex. The interesting part here is that type checking is directly done using the raw type value and not the enum values returned by getType. Even manually written ASM probably can't do much better here. With auto-detection and transformation enabled, the middleware detects automatically the HTTP header Accept: This method is usefull, when you have existing applications that need use the middleware, without changing the codebase very much.

Also it can have auto detection and transformation disabled. The middleware extends the Response object of the ExpressJS framework, by adding the msgPack method to it. Then to return an encoded response, you just use the Response. Initialize the middleware before the actual routes in the middleware chain to properly extend the Response Object. This project is funded and maintained by Mobiltron, Inc.

Please see the Contributing Guide and the Code of Conduct. See also the list of contributors who participated in this project. It can be a drop-in replacement for JSON in most applications.

It is designed to be fast to parse and compact to transmit and store. Msgpack is fast and compact. See the benchmarking vignette. Development is sponsored by Integromat. Take a look at the playground for more examples. This is a Racket implementation of MessagePack , a binary data serialisation format.

It allows you to serialise pack and de-serialise unpack Racket object to and from binary data. The easiest way to install this library is from the Racket Package Catalog. Run the following code from your shell:. The pack function takes a Racket object and a binary output port as arguments and writes the serialised data to the port. The unpack function takes a binary input port and returns one de-serialised object, consuming the necessary amount of bytes from the port in the process.

For more details please refer to the documentation. In the above example code we set the output and input ports to be byte strings so we could work with the packed and unpacked data directly inside the Racket instance. The library is fully functional, covered by test cases, and the API should be reasonably mature, but I am not yet willing to completely rule out changes. See also below for parts of the library that could not be tested at the moment due to technical reasons.

A pure Pony implementation of the MessagePack serialization format. Pony-msgpack is currently alpha software. It implements a low-level API for encoding and decoding data. An Objective-C wrapper for msgpack-c.

Focuses on ease of use and speed. If you need configurability, there are other, more advanced libraries, for example MPMessagePack. This library will always try to use sane defaults. If any nil value is encountered in the MessagePack-data, the object will be omitted instead of returning an [NSNull null]. This means that there can be no nil objects in dictionaries, and object-less keys will be lost in translation.

The library supports MessagePack-timestamps , and will return an NSDate -object whenever one is encountered. You can add native serialization for your own classes by subclassing MessagePackExtension. The following documentation is largely adapted from Python's pickle module documentation. This being chiefly based on pickle's object. The interface is currently defined as follows: If a string is returned, the string should be interpreted as the name of a global variable.

This behaviour is typically useful for singletons and is the case for built-in functions. When a tuple is returned, it must be between two and five items long.

Optional items can either be omitted, or None can be provided as their value. The semantics of each item are in order:. Salvatore Sanfilippo, creator of Redis. Sadayuki Furuhashi, creator of Fluentd. Tweets about "msgpack OR MessagePack". How to install You can install msgpack via maven: XmlDocument data ; assert xml.

In case of packer, use UTF-8 always. Storing other than UTF-8 is not recommended. Planned backward incompatible changes When msgpack 1. Change default of raw option from True to False. To avoid these breaking changes breaks your application, please: Don't use deprecated options. PyPy can use this. ExtType 42 , obj. Create serializer via MessagePackSerializer. This method creates dependent types serializers as well.

Invoke serializer as following: Get Of T ' Pack obj to stream. Pack stream, obj ' Unpack from stream. Overview MessagePack is an efficient binary serialization format, which lets you exchange data among multiple languages like JSON, except that it's faster and smaller. How to use Serialization MpMessagePack pack: ConfigurationOfMessagePack project development load.

Primitives, arrays, maps, structs, time. Extensions to encode type information. Renaming fields via msgpack: Omitting individual empty fields via msgpack: Simple but very fast and efficient queries.

Installation Simply include the rust-msgpack in your Cargo dependencies. API references Function pack! Optional argument offset indicates where to start with, default is 0. Function pack message The same as pack! Function pack-size message Calculate the converted message size. Function unpack bv Function unpack bv offset Unpack the given message format bytevector to Scheme object.

Function get-unpack in Unpack the given binary input port to Scheme object. Conversion rules As you already know, Scheme doesn't have static types so the conversion of Scheme objects to message pack data might cause unexpected results. Scheme to message pack Integer conversion The library automatically decides proper size. Floating point conversion Unfortunately R6RS doesn't have difference between float and double. Collection conversion Message pack has collections which are map and array.

The collection size calculation is done automatically. It tries to use the smallest size. Message pack to Scheme The other way around is easy, it can simply restore the byte data to Scheme object.

Serializer serializer socket ; std:: Factory true ; arrayWith3Elements. Deserializer deserializer socket ; deserializer.

Writer b [] byte mh codec. ServerCodec conn, h rpc. Dial " tcp " , " localhost: ClientCodec conn, h client: Documentation is available online. Features Packing and unpacking Elixir terms via Msgpax. Unpacking of partial slices of MessagePack-encoded terms via Msgpax. Protocol-based packing through the Msgpax. Packer protocol, that can be derived for user-defined structs. PlugParser to parse requests with MessagePack-encoded bodies.

Installation Add this line to your application's Gemfile: Here are a few examples: True , u " schema ": True , u ' schema ': Ext 0x 30 , struct. Ext 0x 40 , str obj. It lets you exchange data among multiple languages like JSON but it's faster and smaller.

It's a pure Lua implementation, without dependency. And it's really fast with LuaJIT. Links The homepage is at http: The Extension Type The MsgPack spec defines the extension type to be a tuple of typecode, bytearray where typecode is an application-specific identifier for the data in bytearray. It is defined like so struct Ext typecode:: Ext - 43 ,UInt8[ 0x01 , 0x05 , 0x03 , 0x09 ].

Installation Usage Basic pack: Serialize object as a sequence of java. Composable combinators for encoding and decoding. Moscow ML From the interactive shell, use. HaMLet From the interactive shell, use. From the interactive shell, use. For information on MessagePack, see: CMP's goal is to be lightweight and straightforward, forcing nothing on the programmer. Example Usage The following examples use a file as the backend, and are modeled after the examples included with the msgpack-c project.

MessagePack is a fast and compact binary serialization library. UInt8 3uy ] ]. Maven dependency To use this module on Maven-based projects, use following dependency: I hope to remove these dependencies as Swift matures. Maps currently only support String types for keys. YES , " array ": Install npm install msgpack5 --save. Map Object Object ObjectExt! Execute then begin lvMsg. Add ' file saved ' ; Memo1. Add s ; lvMsg2. SaveBinaryToFile s ; end ;. It's like JSON but small and fast. Add 90 ; msgpack.

Add 80 ; msgpack. DecodeFromBytes packData ; System. AsArray [ 0 ]. WriteLine " use foreach statement: It uses a second order Newton-Raphson convgence. This doubles the number of significant figures on each iteration. Deferred if digits not in self. Failure RuntimeError ' Computation failed: True , ' age ': To pack a HashMap: Furthermore, to add a HashMap as a value of another HashMap: If you are adding a list of HashMaps to the parent HashMap: In xs we can mix specific conversion PFixNum and generic conversion unwrap.

We need to reset the cursor to the beginning of the target byte sequence. It is intended to be: Simple and easy to use Secure against untrusted data Lightweight, suitable for embedded Extensively documented Extremely fast The core of MPack contains a buffered reader and writer, and a tree-style parser that decodes into a tree of dynamically typed nodes.

Build Status MPack is beta software under development. Zero-copy value decoding RMP allows to decode bytes from a buffer in a zero-copy manner easily and blazingly fast, while Rust static checks guarantees that the data will be valid as long as the buffer lives.

Clear error handling RMP's error system guarantees that you never receive an error enum with unreachable variant. Robust and tested This project is developed using TDD and CI, so any found bugs will be fixed without breaking existing functionality. API extending features results in patch version bumping. Non-breaking bug fixes and performance improving results in patch version bumping. HashSet [ string ] traits: Installation Add this to your application's shard. Float64 end class House include MessagePack:: Features Fully compliant with the latest MessagePack specification , including bin , str and ext types Supports streaming unpacking Supports unsigned bit integers handling Supports object serialization Fully tested Relatively fast Table of contents Installation Usage Packing Packing options Unpacking Unpacking options Extensions Type transformers Exceptions Tests Performance License Installation The recommended way to install the library is through Composer: YSMessagePack include following features: Its easiest to understand how this library works if you think in terms of json.

Create MPack instances with the static method MPack. You can pass any simple type such as string, integer, etc , or any Array composed of a simple type. MPack also has implicit conversions from most of the basic types built in. MPack now supports native asynchrounous reading and cancellation tokens. It will not block a thread to wait on a stream. Here we are creating a dictionary, but really it can be anything: Building GoodForm uses std:: Configure project with dependency paths.

Stream are used as much as possible in order not to add to much overhead with buffers. Therefore you should be able to store the minimum number of value at a given time.

Map and Array related functions concern only their headers. If you want to write an array containing two elements you should write the array header, then write the two elements. Limitations Currently the library does not support: Message Pack specification Dec 22, MsgPack objects will work with little endian buffers message pack specification defines big endian as default. MsgPack will run in backwards compatibility mode. The order in which the worker was assigned to the factory.

The priority of the worker. Higher values take precedence. All workers have a default priority of 0. You can find the source code of their open source projects along with license information below. We acknowledge and are grateful to these developers for their contributions to open source.

Benchmark Derived from schemaless-benchmarks Library Binary size time[ms] Smallest time[ms] Small time[ms] Medium time[ms] Large time[ms] Largest msgpack-c-pack v2. Futhermore, that module uses the unpack functionality which is tagged as experimental as of today FUNCTIONS function pack That function takes a data structure as parameter, and returns a Blob with the packed version of the data structure.

Installation Executable binary files are available from releases. Otherwise, you can install rubygem version on your CRuby runtime: Int8 public let data: All that is done outside of CWPack. Example Pack and unpack example from the MessagePack home page: Installation The library provides in NuGet except for Unity. ToJson bytes ; Console. ToJson new IntKeySample ;. Serialize data , MessagePack.

Union 0 , typeof FooClass ] [ MessagePack. XYZ ; break ; case BarClass x: OPQ ; break ; default: Serialize model , ContractlessStandardResolver. Serialize anonType , MessagePack. Deserialize bin as MyClass ;. Range 1 , ToJson lz4Bytes ; Console. WriteString ref bytes , offset , value. Serialize data , CustomCompositeResolver.

Serialize ref bytes , offset , value. Usage open MessagePack open MessagePack. Serialize data match MessagePackSerializer. L55 cmp ecx , jg. L56 cmp ecx , jne.

Installation The easiest way to install this library is from the Racket Package Catalog. Run the following code from your shell: On Windows, install Rtools https: Status Pony-msgpack is currently alpha software. Convert object to byte[] or write to stream. There has IFormatterResolver overload, used specified resolver. The result of ArraySegment is contains internal buffer pool, it can not share across thread and can not hold, so use quickly.

There accept type parameter at first argument. This is useful for create deserializer. Builtin primitive and standard classes resolver. It includes primitive int, bool, string This is the default of MessagePackSerializer. It enables contractless serialization.

MessagePack primitive object resolver. It is used fallback in object type and supports bool , char , sbyte , byte , short , int , long , ushort , uint , ulong , float , double , DateTime , string , byte[] , ICollection , IDictionary. Serialize is used type in from object type, deserialize is used PrimitiveObjectResolver.

Singleton helper of setup custom resolvers. Guid and Decimal serialize by binary representation. It is faster than standard string representation. Resolver of enum and there nullable, serialize there underlying type. It uses dynamic code generation to avoid boxing and boostup performance serialize there name. Resolver of enum and there nullable. It uses reflection call for resolve nullable at first time. I still wrestle with the question.

Dear Paulos, i think it has to do with our extreme naivete; at least the majority of us Eritreans. If fir example, the regime would have punish them when they return, and take away their papers etc so they can not go back, no body would have returned.

Are they being selfish? I can tell you by doing what they have done, it does not mean they approve or support the regime policy or actions. The rational is simple, if none of us are willing to put our lives on hold and go and ight the regime, we will not expect others to do the same. Are you ok then with accepting that as a norm? Men and women of principles do not compromise their conviction even if the stomach is empty and the throat dry of thirst.

Selam Paulos, Berhe is actually a good embodiment of my claim of naivete, he is on record here telling me that Eritreans should invest in companies like Bisha mining so that they could have a say into their businesses. I think if you stick to the topic it would be better. What those sawa escape do is no different than you and I have done and continue to do.

I am sure you will not be the one encouraging them to join and fight the armed opposition group on behalf of Eritrean people. As to the Bisha investment you are talking about, if I recall the point I was making was protest investment. What you said here, actually says a lot about your way of thinking and how much low you think of yourself and your capacity, and how little you think of those who oppose the PFDJ.

There is a sentence in Dan Connells book Against All Odds that should have served as a warning shot for us the citizens. At the time when we all read it sounded like a great character testimonial about an indefatigable man which is how his fans still see him and this was the sentence Connell got from Isaias in an interview:. You can trace our descent into where we are to May It was his conviction that the theft-central was the US Embassy in Addis.

So he declared in one of those year-end interviews with EriTV. That led to his decision to do everything possible to frustrate US interests until it learns that he is a player. His psychological profile seems to provide an answer than his policies.

It is a great point. Selam saay and Awatistas,. Did Isayas Afeworki become retarded around and after, while he was a brilliant, resourceful and genius as a young man all the way to the year ? Maybe it is not retardation or dementia at all, maybe? Is it really acceptable to say that he was great in war but peace is not his cup of tea, is that the answer? And, no, is your marker. For many Eritreans it was And we were just waiting for a constitution, which was ratified just a year before the outbreak of the war with Ethiopia which Meles, for his own nationalism-burnishing needs because you Ethiopians kept calling him not Ethiopian enough decided to exploit.

So, I think its your fault: I disagree Meles was a terrible statesman. I think he was one of the top 2 or 3 great African statesmen. He learned on the job and made adjustments based on the realty on the ground to be an effective leader. Ethiopia of and Ethiopia of is the proof. In regard to his dealings with Eritrea, I wrote a line to Berhe H. He wanted the father to pay alimony for the mother in perpetuity so that both can live in relative comfort and peace somewhat still connected but separate.

Nah, that was not it. You know how Obama ended up having more drone bombings than George W? Because he was accused of not being a real American.

Of course that only lasted until the EEBC ruling then it was back to accusing him of being a Tigre who hates Ethiopia. Well, most politicians are quick learners. It is a survival thing. You mentioned Obama a true seasoned politician. Selam k h U said. He has control and say about that. But he wanted to help Eritrea too. I have no idea what today would look like if he had a willing and cooperative partner on the other side that was not greedy and retarded sorry about that last word Proof Eritrea of and Eritrea of I was going to mention King Teodros of Ethiopia among the African Statesmen to earn some good points from you.

Would I have succeeded? Selam k h No 2 or 3 the great statesman of ethiopia and helping the mother eri r contradictory. I know there was a war in And what was ethiopia looks like ? And What is right now ethiopia looks like? Recently, it is in the news the Guardian, i think that a talk is going on between Ethiopia and Britain for the repatriation of the remains of Prince Alemayehu Teodros.

The sticking point as much the British royal family is concerned is that they could not be sure of the remains, because it was kept with that of other royal families.

One important fact is that the british museum has a lock of hair of emperor Teodros, and a dna test could be carried out easily. I do not know if any agreement has been reached. Yeah, I read a shorter version of it somewhere. If Ethiopia can negotiate the return of the obelisk from Italy to Mekele, how difficult would it be to retrieve the remains of our historical figures for our own museums.

It is similar to finding your stolen car in a different city and upon asking for the return of your car nicely, the thief wants to negotiate to loan it to you. We have to locate the Obelisk negotiators and send them to Britain. Ethiopia of and Ethiopia of ? Unlike in , there is now a State of Emergency, the TPLF and associates have become the richest of all, half of all land is under control of the TPLF while much of the remaining land falls to either Chinese or Indians.

Also as before, human rights violations continue to occur and Ethiopia still illegally occupies Eritrea. If you are lucky enough to hail from Tigray, then cudos to you!

You are right that Ethiopia is not perfect in Where and how can I start when you see Ethiopia of and the way you do? Can you also elaborate and compare Eritrea of and Eritrea of ? Just to be fair since you are Eritrean after all. You are missing the point. Most Eritreans know that Eritrea is a mess these days and we are not claiming otherwise. However, the legion of unionists here, wish to portray Ethiopia with a utopian spin, which is simply far from reality, as it too is in a lot of muck these days and is only marginally better off.

What is wrong to make minor adjustments to address grievances of those villagers? Exceeding stupid thing to say when your whole argument was we have a long history of administering this area. Bingo Cousin, a real ONE. No need to mention Hope or to respond—just thru a proxy one if needed. He will probably bring up the West African case—Nigeria vs Cameroon ,I believe-his fav example mentioned by his fav hero!

He is against anything that can benefit Eritrea for his small dark corner. Do not forget the man wanted to see sounds of bullets in the streets of Eritreans. For example he continues to accuse the highlanders, use old Italian system regional names in order to divide Eritreans. The man will spend his day crying under his bed if the border issues are solved. How can you even not guess that a man who distributed Foro lies to care for Eritrea.

The man was the one who was silent while the Oromo and Amhara were killed by weyane Meles vision. So that you know. Saay argument is on real technical terms and court interpretation of it. What Amanuel argument is based on realistic real time benefits to the well being of the Eritrean people.

Honestly, I do not know the reason why Ethiopia agreed to go to court in the first place since they forced Eritrea out anyway. Selam Amde Do u agree with this 1, eritrea agreed to solve the border dispute after they took control of badema and before the war broke out. You are right, Saay was saying on the real technical terms. But I am still saying that the ruling still gives a leeway if the parties agree, they could make adjustments which will still be part of the technical implementation of the demarcation.

Ethiopia might have had upper military hand at the end of the war by taking over not only the disputed territories but even penetrating deep into undisputed Eritrean territory; but certainly Eritrea would not just sit and accept the new reality, instead it would wait until the opportune moment comes and try to claim back its sovereign territory by force.

But at the end of the day, one cannot solve such issues through force, the two countries needed a legally binding peace agreement that settled the issue once and for all for all generations to come. What I mean is, knowing what Ethiopia decided to do after the ruling: The boarder and even the war is just a distraction what ever other motives they had, which I have no idea what it was. The fact on the ground was both Melles and Isayas become the undisputed leaders of their respective countries after the war.

They used the opportunity to purge any potential challengers they had. It appears he wanted a permanent internationally recognized boarder of Eritrea, instead of a bilaterally reached agreement, while Ethiopia having the upper hand. I know many Eritreans get furious when that explanation is advanced.

It was what a good son of an Eritrean mother and an Ethiopian father would do. He wanted the father to pay alimony for the mother in perpetuity so that both can live in relative comfort and peace, somewhat still connected but separate. It did not work. First think about how fast they reached an agreement after the war ended. In ended in Summer and in Nov they signed the agreement, where for two years they both were making diffrent excuses to go to war.

Second point is, if that was the intention, to see the boarder demarcated legally, why renegade in a very small part of the ruling and drag it for so long? I think, I have said this before several years ago. They reached the agreement quickly after the hot war because Ethiopia was offering to stay in Eritrea to enforce a 25 miles buffer zone. PIA is the one who made a biblical proportion blunder in starting and running the war from beginning to end.

As to the second point, Eth. Sium Mesfin were surprised at the verdict first. After a year or two they accepted the decision and wanted to solve local issues Irob and splitting villages in conjunction with the Eri. The Eritrean Government leader said NO just to be contrarian and use it for his political purposes. This is a simplified version. There were plenty of opportunities to avoid or settle the problems in a reasonable way.

Of course, this is my bias view. You may have a reasonable different view as well, that is fine. The consolidated agreement, as you know, is called consolidated because it built on three piecemeal agreements Framework, Modalities and Technical Arrangements. The framework was the hardest, the modalities were the easiest and the Technical Arrangements were never signed by Ethiopia DESPITE assurances it had given the US and its partners that the two parties would accept whatever they came up with.

Eritrea had the moral authority and with the right leadership it would have prevailed on getting the world to pressure Ethiopia more intensely to abide. A monumental blunder with massive ramifications. When I say quickly, I was referring to the time it took between the last war or cessation of hostilities and the final agreement. There is nothing Eritrea can do to end the war except to wait until Ethiopia comes back. The time between cessation of hostilities and peace treaty for World War II was 13 months.

The time between cessation of hostilities and peace treaty in the Eritrea Ethiopia war was 6 months. Hi saay, World war two was won with the evil doers dead. Everything was controlled by the winners in second world war peace prevailed quickly.

I was in Eritrea for the last three months and I am in my ayni tigray as we speak. The difference in economic, infrastructure and the way people live in general terms at this point is we are left behind not by a small margin. I believe tigray pulled ahead while we grew backwards. Axum, Adwa,Shire and all the others used to be small cities are with multiple large buildings and booming construction, govt and pvt schools colleges universities and private small and large companies and factories.

Thank you for bringing this up. This is my wild imagination and secret plan between IA and MZ that I think this whole war is all about. IA is an insider enemy who was hell bend in destroying Eritrea from within, and that goes back to when he joined the liberation movement. He succeeded in destroying ELF from within and he was on a mission from the day of independence to destroy Eritrean society, country, culture and innovation and hard work since. He wants to exile the whole Eritrean population and leave the country and the people destitute.

Look this map and what that tell you? Why is Eritrea cut off completely from any future of economic development and integration with Africa? What economic incentive would justify the cost of doing additional km of travel to reach the same destination. Not to mention the cost that involved to build the roads that do not currently exist.

It is normal and a human instinct to look for complex explanation to a complex problem. In the case of Eichmann, Arendt was able to piece together that he was not an intelligent man, that he misunderstood German theorists about being a moral man, that he was a man who found satisfaction only when he was able to join a group, and that he was simply a man obeying the law. That leaders will not surrender until surrender is academic.

How is a national leader to explain the sacrifice of so much for nothing. I get what you are saying. And I believe everything you are saying, if we are talking the times during the conflict times.

Both were looking after their own self interest and they were blaming the other to justify their believe. This I think is ok, because most wars between two nations are conducted like that. For example, during Iran and Iraq long war, I am sure both people felt the same way. Or Egypt and Israel, each countries were supported by their own people and saw the other as enemy.

What I am having problem to understand is, why is IA hell on bend to destroy the country Eritrea , and to what benefit. If MZ was doing something remotely relevant to his own people people of Tigray , then I can at least see the justification for it. But none exist in Tigray..

But IA is destroying every little institution that had, along with the people. Our memories even started to fade that we really had to some degree normal childhood, that we played.

Like AT last article, the 9 year old in Eritrea are not even able to act and play like children any more. There already well established road and even rail road from Massawa to Aligider, and the boarder of Sudan.

The same can be said in the African continental Fiber optic network. Eritrea is closest to the region in terms of proximity, where the supply is coming to the continent, and yet it no where in the picture.

This is why I am having problem with IA. If he wants power and wants to stay in power, I get it. But nothing like what he is doing to the country and the people. I will try to address the smaller questions and then the bigger one using what I consider to be similar analogy.

That is part of their page report to the African Charter. On the trans-African highway network, my guess is they missed it for the same reason they gave a pass to the Continental Free Trade Area: On why IA does what he does: On the examples you gave, I can see the justification for the people who admire them. By the same reason, people may as well admire other dictators, the likes of Sadam, Castro, even Mengistu HM for that matter.

With all the crimes they committed against their own people, none of them go out of their way to destroy their own country and their people. They did what they did to stay in power. What the project of IA looks to me, Eritrea is being cut off to die a slow death.

At the same time what ever viability it had, in terms of infrastructure, resources is being build within Tigray and beyond to replace it. In other words, Eritrea is cut off to make a way for Tigray to be the main link to the main land. If the Ethiopian people desire is to have no business with Eritrea, then let it be. I am not asking something we have no control over. I forgot to comment on the small question. I know you do not buy the excuse they give for missing out the continental fiber network.

Like I said, Eritrea by being proximity to the Middle East, the cost is the least compared to many other countries in the region. The Internet brings opportunity to education, health care, tourism and even becoming a player in the ISP and cellular phone providers as a viable HUB network and gateway. And then frustrate eventually nothing happens. The only close example that I can think about is, how the Spanish, Portuguese, French or the British made the native people people disappear over time from their own lands and made them irrelevant.

This is what the Government of Eritrea says about why the internet is slow in Eritrea:. Internet service started in a small and limited capacity in the year but the annual increment is substantial. The broadband width remains slow because Eritrea could not join the sea-based Fiber Optic Cable connection when it was launched 12 years ago for financial reasons at the time. But the Government has been negotiating with overseas companies and Fibre-optic based broadband internet access will be secured sometime soon.

The prevailing low bandwidth and speed notwithstanding, there are no restrictions on internet access and internet cafés are preponderant everywhere. They provide service to the public with proper considerations of the national laws and have become useful medium for information tapping and exchange. The social media is also becoming more popular in particular among the youth, professionals and businesses. One of the things that came to light with Saudileaks besides resulting in Abdella Jaber going to prison is which websites the government banned—some of which its supporters are now bragging about.

It is their religion. A man has to know his limits right. I leave Marxism-Leninism to you and Paulos. If IA does what he does based on some theory, then that will convince me that this guy has actually some principle.

He has some higher purpose, some higher value that guide him to do what he does. Everyone, the whole population, the whole country resources, is there to just serve him as he wishes. And the doctor talks to you about, obesity and the problem of eating too much sugar or red meat.

Hi BY and Sal: When I am in good mood, I tell him I concur and tell him Sal you have a point, if am not, I bring my own rebut to that thinking So for now let say, IA and the ruling group believed in communism because few people can go beyond the times and challenge the prevailing ideas, so we can let that go. Now, he goes on to say, we have abandoned it and we are collecting our money In our case, the PFDJ ruling group are braining washing the younger generation about how communism, and how China was tough on its people and that was the reason for their success.

All the crazy things IA says, the well fed and those who have it good propagate it, but those who are paying the price protecting the country, working for are the poor, they have not yet gave up hope on he government, they think once our border issue is solved we will enjoy the proceeds of Bisah and Calli Potash etc and the sacrifice would turn out to be worth it.

Hi Berhe, Me too dont buy it but you may give a thought for what Andebrihan Woldghiorgis wrote on his book i didnt read it but heard about it. People need to read the unbelievably easily avoidable series of events that lead to the killing of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and how that lead to WWI. Hi BY, I agree, it is rumored he actually was sent by detach Solomon Abraha and ras asrate kada to destroy jebha.

He wound up destroying Eritrea. And he is not done yet. Selam Aron, it is extremely saddening to see our country lagging so much behind in comparison to those around us. And what is so frustrating is not because the Eritrean people to do not want to develop or have the capacity, but it is because the country is under the grip of someone who deliberately wants to see it failing. Dear Abhram Which part of Tigray is the Tigrian speaking? Mai Ayni , ask him what development he saw and ask him to drive to Raya azebo and all the way to four directions.

Unfortunately what I am here for is not going to take me four directions and I am not here to investigate lies and tplf. I am telling you what I saw. I am not here to convince you my dear blink. Young people are running looking for better opportunities everywhere but Eritrea. It is indeed very sad. Read berhe y below, he truly makes sense and explains most of it. I have heard so many testimonies about changes in Tigray from Eritreans and Ethiopians, I have made this conclusion see if you agree:.

Tigray is developing in relation to Eritrea but lagging far behind in relation to other Ethiopian provinces. What do you think? From what I hear no retaliation. Anyways you guys pray for me find my young and stupid nephew. Big Tigray money is simply not invested in Tigray Region but rather in other regions of Ethiopia; this having a negative effect on the rate of development in Tigray Region.

TPLF connectivity simply does not carry as much leverage and weight in Tigray Region as in other regions. Given this said, speed of development in Eritrea these days is like a snail riding on the back of a turtle……Wheeeee…. Tigrai is not lagging behind by all means.

I spent almost a week and half in Tigrai and I practically drove all over. Let me give you an example: Shire is another story where you have to see it yourself to believe. And I also visited the Oromia region and the kind of dramatic changes that you see in the towns and cities is almost the same as in Tigrai.

A lot of Ethiopians are moving back either for good or just to invest where the system is encouraging them to do so where life is less stressful and laid back and that certainly is sweet. But once you get out of Mekelle which is booming one would be hard-pressed to see much difference compared to other regions.

Probably a bit more visible public infrastructure such as roads and what not.. It is simple really. There is a nouveau riche class due to political hegemony. Investments get better returns in projects outside of Tigray. They would rather get rich er with proven investment areas than do the hard work of investing in Tigray to make it a place that can compete in terms of attractive returns. One of the cool things I see in Ethiopia is the sheer number of experimentation in architecture design.

Most of the time they become cheap imitations. But it is high praise for the designers when an Asmarino can recognize and feel comfortable in how well the such a project was executed. As you know, imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Here is an interesting thing, most of the great chefs, carpenters, plumbers, eletricians including mechanics and hairdressers particularly in Meqelle are Eritreans of an Ethiopian origin where the social dynamic shift is palpable.

Not only architecture is outsourced. And those expertise and small businesses are as you know the bedrock of the growing economy. Either blame it on Isaias or all the props to Meles.

It is all a matter of perspective. It also explains much of the embittered feelings about the whole independence thing.. But not so much in Eritrea itself. Do you agree with that? If not agree, do you think of it as a generally accepted statement within the Eritrean community? I am generally uncomfortable with statements of self-flagellation however honest they may be.

So my instinct is to think there might be a couple of basic reasons why they may say what they saying — otherwise such broad generalizations make me uneasy.

In fact, to the contrary. Eritreans are known among other things for reaching out and helping each other not only in Eritrea but any where else. Their strong sense of work ethic I would say is second to none. One of the saddest thing is, how could it possibly go wrong for a nation which is blessed with those kind of remarkable people? I wrestle with that question every day. Please keep in mind that before signing the Algiers peace fire Agreeemnt that Ethiopia unsuccessfully tried to take Assab.

A little differently from what K. H has said, i think that M. His soft spot for eritrea did not allow him to look far in to the future, and he did not care much how ethiopians felt, and whether both people would live side by side in peace in the future.

He thought he had broken the spine of the amharas, he did not care about the oromos and the rest. He felt invincible and he had the backing of the west. He was the only head of state in history who fought hard to land-lock the country he ruled. Even when ethiopia was invaded he proved himself a reluctant warrior, as said by many. He cared a lot for the survival of the country he fought for remember, we fought for eritrean independence more than eritreans themselves , a fact few eritreans appreciate.

In my opinion, here lies the main reason for the unfortunate situation between the two countries, a legacy that nobody is proud of. Otherwise, sanctions and what not will follow. I do not believe that it will be as simple as that without ethiopia having her own position heard and taken into consideration. It seems that it is not going to be a smooth journey. In addition, the news from addis is that ethiopia may demand strict interpretation of the rules, regulations and decisions, such as the TSZ, the austing of the UN force, ect.

That is why some people say that stubbornness is abundant on both sides, and they put more weight on elders and religious leaders than any outside forces. Nobody could solve the border problem better than M. All ethiopians and most tigrayans would have been against his decision.

Therefore, it remain to the two people to solve the impasse. Your argument is clever, and I think you liked it because both Meles and Isayas successfully purged their competitors and became the unchallenged alpha males in their respective countries.

Particularly for Meles, the Badime war all but cemented his totalitarian control. Hence he must have pre-engineered the war to clean house. But this seems implausible. For one thing, wars are pretty unpredictable. To engineer a war so that the outcome is essentially known before it even started is a tall order to pull off. I think even for leaders with absolute authority over their territory, the chance of conducting a managed war is a challenge.

Mind you, such people have the option to start a war at their will, but wars involve at least two parties. This story may or may not be true, but at the time The Economist also had an article talking about a formation of a war council that excluded Meles — because of his soft spot for Eritrea. If that really happened, Meles could not have known apriori the outcome of a possible war. Besides, the Ethiopian public resentment against Isayas for land-locking the country could find a way to vent if war erupted.

And of course, Meles knew that too — he just has to read the papers in Addis. This is yet another reason working against a managed war. In other words, too many unknowns. I think the more-or-less widely accepted explanation is the correct one: Hence the inevitable confict. Thank you for the elaborated replay. I do agree to the most and all points you made. Yes you are correct, war is not something one can grantee the outcome.

Like you said, I would buy the widely held reason, economic reason but I only see the validity of that argument, for the eruption of the war and until the war is settled. My speculation really comes down to the way things has turned out since the peace agreement of Why would Melles and Ethiopia chose to not follow through with the Algiers agreement, specially since MS was the undisputed leader after he cleaned house?

For example, is he really convinced that, Ethiopia will be better off if it has no future relationship with Eritrea. The analogy that I would like to draw is, suppose the US wad denied access to Panama canal by a small time criminal leader Norega. Why would MZ give IA the excuses? No question that Badme was administered by ELF until it was pushed out by the alliance.

So when the ruling gave us a leeway that if the two parties agree could make adjustments, are you saying we will not claim our villages if we get the Badme village because that was the contested area.

It is ridiculous to unclaim them when we have the possibilities to claim. If you take a look at Yamomoto itinerary through East Africa, he will spend the most number of day 3 in Eritrea. Part of that is meeting with the Asmara-based diplomatic mission.

So whatever progress will be made will be based on their testimony and not the inane speeches of IA and his den of parrots. The guy is a nutcase, anything is possible. The only problem of the opposition is that we are poor.

A prisoner busted out of prison driving off a car that had been parked inside the prison, then we all got excited and we said this is it; Wedi Ali rolled down the Tanks and we all got excited and we said, this is it; CoI piles gross human rights violation report, we got excited and we said, this is it; Akhria went Thoreau, we got excited and we said, this is it; Yamamoto is travelling to Eritrea…. But, I did see one of those things Facebook was invented to show: It weekend so here u go, u will like it.

I figured u will know what I will say cus there was the famous line, seb yhami: I am not saying nothing will come out of the Yamomoto visit. I am saying if something comes out, it will be because of the Asmara-based diplomats who are better spokespersons for the regime than the regime itself. Dear Alex, the big question is, is DIA really interested in finding a final solution to the border issue?

Currently, it is us Eritreans who are going to the Tigreans, they are not the ones coming to us. Any wall will hurt us not them. Dear Ms Abrehet, thanks for the translation, i actually read what was written but was a not sure what he meant. Abrehet bear with me… throughout our history we been victims of many invading forses from far and near, and the treat still continues to this day. How about the invasion from inside when Isaias who is not an Eritrean destroying the country when you are on a lookout for boogeymen from near and afar [far].

Dear Sara, I fully understand you. The pain felt by the younger generation is even more acute and real in that they witnessed a horrible war first hand and lost many of their comrades in battle. More are on standby, for years, to deploy at any given moment should the situation deteriorate. Nor are enemies from across the border only. Nobody has said why it is in US interest for the demarcation thing to happen at any specific point in time. But, what will it gain? Peace between Ethio and Eri?

Not likely with Isayyas at the helm. The most important factor driving it is regime behaviour. This behaviour will not change whether or not the border is demarcated. If Eritrean opposition is to be believed, the day after demarcation, Eritreans are going to finally revolt against the Isayyas regime. Nice for Eritreans, but it constitutes a large uncertainty in a region awash with uncertainties.

The more likely explanation for the Yamamoto trip is possibly client shopping. Has Eritrea been looking for patrons? US best case is for this minor real estate kerfuffle to get resolved without increasing regional turmoil. That is — for demarcation to happen with the regimes on both sides more or less intact. The Ethio side has a new very new power at the helm, with a thick agenda.

As I have tried to explain, no strong constituency for this to happen anytime within the next two years. Probably the only time he has heard of Ethiopia is when his daughter probably mentioned her Ivanka brand shoes are made there.

Eritrea is firm in what it wants. Ethiopia has a new leader who would rather not have to deal with this issue. If anything, assuming the Yamamoto trip is a China vs US competition, the US would rather improve its relationship with Ethiopia, so screws are unlikely to be applied. This along with changed gulf alliances, means the U. Hopefully Badme will merit serious discussion time, and may even enter into collective bargaining discussions, but it is unfortunately not a U.

But the US already has a base in Djibouti. Why would it shop for another footprint somewhere else in the region? Did Djibouti place restrictions on US base expansions or operations? Tensions between Djibouti and the U. Djiboutian air traffic control teams said to spew anti-American rhetoric and have refused timely landing of aircraft.

On top of that, is the issue of changed gulf alliances. You have very specific information of incidents and explanations, so I have to ask who the source is, that is providing you with such timely intelligence.

If your answer is you saw it on u tube or read it on national inquirer or worse you read it on Bagdad Times, our, you and me, diplomatic relations will be severely strained. It might even get to the breaking point. So you need to take some confidence building measures, like, this is all your opinion and you put two and two together to come up with the scenario of global alliances.

OR admit this is just your wish list and we will live with it. Hence the priorities and positions of this global power is more and more quasi unpredictable. When it comes to self interest, nobody cares about every thing else. It could offer a military base in some way to the us.

No body can stand on the way, if that need really get consolidated. Mez and AMde I am going to try one more time. It is all about 1 Immigration 2 immigration 3 other things. But I would imagine the forces driving emigration from Eritrea are primarily internal. So forcing a border settlement would be tangential to the issue. Amde- What I meant is that immigration is the most important issue for US when it comes to Eritrea and probably the only thing that may compel it to try something if ia and co could spin it and convince them it has to do with border issue with Ethiopia.

If it is, I would say, it may be the consideration of the impact of severe Emigration with an E out of Eritrea and the possible risks it may have for the future of Eritrea, and not for the Immigration effect it has on the US. That is why I am saying it is top priority to US.

One treats the disease and not the symptoms, if one aims for a permanent cure. Its warmongering behavior, the open ended military service, enslavement of the eritrean people, and its policy towards ethiopia are not going to change a bit.

Artificial sympathy that the TPLF and unionists have for the plight of Eritreans, while Ethiopia illegally occupies Eritrean and Somali land, and while it even has a higher number of migrants leaving, is just so heart-rending.

With such genuine empathy, Ethiopua must at this very moment be rushing to withdraw from Badme. Too many slippery fish. There were times when we knew eritreans living in villas in addis. Today, just look where they live; in refugee camps in their hundredth of thousands; not for any other reason, but because the dictator and regime supporters chose the land over the people.

The people simply got fed up of being used for the sake of the land, and because there remains no reason for them to stay, they are forced to leave in droves.

Ethiopians are economic migrants looking for greener pasture, while eritreans are mainly refugees. Their fate has been made secondary to that of the land by the regime, even if that piece of land does not affect their lives directly in any way imaginable. Who could believe that a whole nation would be sacrificed and loses its livelihood, peace and its future for the sake of sq, miles of land, which has been made a life and death matter. You are conveniently forgetting that Ethiopia barbarically deported those Eritreans.

And, if Badme is so insignificant as you say, why then does Ethiopia continue to illegally occupy it knowing that it is Cause Celebre for PIA to justify all his wrongdoings. Selam FishMilk, You forget certain important points: No other ethiopian was allowed to vote in the eritrean referendum, because it was meant for eritreans only.

Yes, of course, but they did not care, because they believed that they would subjugate ethiopia forever by force and have their way. As much as badme is concerned, you should ask how it came in to tplf hands in the first place. What i find difficult to believe is when badme is said to be the panacea for all the problems of eritrea.

Nothing is going to change. Ethiopia clearly went on a barbaric witch hunt for anyone connected to Eritrea to include Ethiopians Of Eritrean heritage, foreign exchange students, those with remote ties with Eritrea, etc. They stripped all proof of Ethiopian citizenship from anyone accused by the kebele of having Eritrean origins even if it meant breaking up families. Human Rights Watch was unable to find any evidence that the Eritrean Government had taken parallel or recipricol action.

What Ethiopia did to thousands of Eritreans and those accused of having connections with Eritrea back then, was simply cruel and inhuman. It is amazing to me how, FishMilk, blink…and many other thinking Awatistas resort to the argument that the reason PIA is doing what he is doing is because of Badme. In different ways and appeals they advance the theory that PIA would not have had any excuse left absent Badme issue. According to them, national service, no constitution, no everything is tied to Badme.

Some of them say it knowingly in the tradition of…lemachberber. Therefore, all the oppression and inhuman acts of PIA is indirectly the fault of Ethiopia. Horizon, I bet you A Billion Satoshi that if next week PIA goes insane and begins to televise 40 lashes of prisoners daily, these same people would point a finger at Ethiopia. It is a kind of pathological… psychological tic reaction they suffer from. You are simply wrong. I have never argued that PIA is doing what he is doing because of Badme.

Rather, I have asserted that he uses Badme to legitimize his actions. There is a big difference! You are saying PIA….. Would you acknowledge that if Badme is taken out of the equation it is more likely than not that he will use something else to legitimize his actions. So why do YOU and folks like you use the same talking points he does?

However, by taking Badme out of the equation, even ultra-nationalist Eritreans would no longer tolerate matters such as delayed constitution, open-ended national service, etc. In this regard, PIA would no longer be able to use Badme as an excuse for his actions. When it comes to Badme, it is mainly Ethiopians and unionists who wish to marginalise the importance of Badme and at the same time, to shift and confuse focus on Eritrean governance.

Issaias will go away and Eritrea will stay. Every Eritrean interest is for the well being of Eritreans. Issaias is dictator by nature and it has nothing to do with weyane evil plan to Eritreans. Issaias got the green light to crush Eritreans because of Badme.

He was able to crush any opposition in You thought PIA was a satellite of Meles. Let us both confess we were stupid. Your bet is that we will be exactly where we are on Eritrea-Ethiopia a year from now? I was thinking Nakfa, but you mention Bitcoin. That puts seriously respectable moolah into the bet. There could be a renewed international effort behind the scenes to see what can be done to bring this chapter to a close. Of the reasons you gave was that there is no constituency for the change inside Ethiopia.

I put it differently: Unlike the European embassies weaklings the US embassy in Addis has been very assertive in demanding changes from the new gov on SoE, on free press, on democratization. I expect it to make a call for EEBC implementation. The US was the only one talking about dialogue etc. I want to buy 2 shares with your company on May 31, Why May 31, ? I just want to hear a sentence or two from PMAA to ascertain the level of priority he gives it.

If no statement within this time period from him, meaning not on the radar, I will be in just before midnight May 31, I now have to look up what this Satoshi is.

I hope it is like the Italian Lira. It sounds good and such rhetoric is well within the personal brand he is building. But as a soldier stationed on the front for three years, and now as a PM with a very long to do list.. Hi Saay, I will bet that even though it might be hard based on your analysis there is high probability some thing may happen regarding the demarcation before May Hi Amde, I always like your point of view on lot of your analysis but when it comes to the final and binding border ruling you stand on let talk first shenanigans of Ethiopia is disappointing to say the least.

It is rather rich for either one of them to get on a high horse and claim law and the sanctity of contracts, while they routinely break many of their own laws and international principles at their convenience.. I personally think they should talk about swaps of territory to minimize civilian disruption, draw up borders along that principle, and call it a day. Rather straightforward to do I think. That way both sides save face. Here is a question for you.

If Ethiopia has proven to itself and to the world that it can wiggle through sans ports and do well, why would it want to change the status quo? Humanitarian reasons in the sense that to help the Eritrean people if Isaias could loosen up his grip should he gets Badme back.

I just think what I suggested earlier, i. In the past 20 years there is no noise from any people that say your point but since weyane did put people in to Eritreans land you kept their goal.

What neutral body again? You guys are amusing when you ran away from truth. Fanti proposal to remove PFDJ by regional body was just like yours and if we add all , it becomes the talking points of Alula Solomon, Dawit brhane.

Dear Amde I am just pocking the nice guy to say something tangible unless who can accuse Amde of defending weyane. But just to tell you the truth how many Eritreans are in the weyane camp and make your number of the people who will be disappointed about the border decision. One wonders if there are absolutely zero Eritrean civilians negatively affected by the border change.

Hi Amde, I would have taken your bet but you are starting from the wrong assumption. I am afraid I am not among the opposition forces ou mentioned—those who believe Eritreans will deal with Isaias if the Badme issue is resolved. Count me out of that and rephrase the bet description. If I lose I will make sure you are given a royal reception in keren. You can fly over Asmara. I was only listing the Eri. It is a fact that even as the usa criticizes the human rights situation in ethiopia, it never forgets to state that ethiopia advances usa national interest in the region.

What the usa official most probably is going to say will not be different from the usual lip service like, ethiopia should respect the decision of the eebc, and nothing more that shows that it is actively standing with eritrea against ethiopia. I think that the aim of the usa administration is to bring both ethiopia and eritrea under its umbrella and not to gain the one and lose the other. The russians, turks and iranians are coming to the horn, and that i think is the reason the usa administration is trying to woo sudan and eritrea, and i believe that it will not be at the expense of the major country of the region, ethiopia.

Most probably, some bribing mainly economic in nature, will be all there is to it. Trump loves strongmen, especially those who flatter him. All IA has to do is have a strategic interview where he praises Trump and trashes Obama by name next thing there will be this tweet:. He said I am a lot better than Obama.

And he is African American. I would like us to get along. I just found out] that Eritrea was the first African target of Bin Laden. So, I would like us to get along. They have done many great things over there, tremendous things. Abiy apparently he had written a religious book under a pseudonym He is absolutely an Obama kind of man. But I am not worried. When was the last time coherent Trumpian policy followed Trumpian tweets? I just thought of this. The Philipino president call Obama a harsh name and he talked casually about executing bad guys and Trump instantly fell in love with him.

Meanwhile, IA likes to do things about 7 years after they are due so the stars are aligned. I am shopping for things to buy with , satoshis. I know, I know, we gotta upgrade our trashtalk level. Incidentally, is Admasachn the twin of Abi? If something comes out — probably in favour of Eritrea because — Eritrea has better and vocal lobbyists this time around. He did that consoling the family of the artist empathy thing after the death of Ethiopian artist Tamrat Desta, hardly the job of an FM.

So maybe the Lema boys can create Ministry of Empathy and ship him there. You think the US embassy in Addis was harsh? I think it only appears so because they were so muted for so long.

Kinda like the US consulate in Asmara now. All she does is post pictures on social media: Hi Saay — The biggest disappointment from the cabinet is keeping the FM. The biggest gain maybe is retaining the Minister of Water Nile file. The current one had to read a written speech with a mic for around 8 congressmen…can you imagine. Eth has huge diplomatic capital since the emperors time and he is probably the worst so far.

The US Embassy was very vocal and what matters is the precedence. They have never done it. They know Ethiopians deliver best when consulted in private; if you recall the WikiLeaks. On the other hand — the HR and the statement seems to be working now that the UN Human rights guys are touring for four days. They know Ethiopians deliver best when consulted in private; if you recall the wikileaks. On the other hand — the HR and the statement seems to be working now that the UN Human rights guys are touring Eth for four days.

Dear Saay, Twin of Abi? Not at all sir, though i like his wit. You both make me laugh and I used to follow your exchanges. You think I hate sports? Again, not at all.

People around and afar from the area used to vsit him for consultation. If you want to make it an A joke you know what you have to do. How ya feelin about them satoshis buddy… looks like the Yamamoto trip is somewhere between dud and meh.. How am I feeling? One was the Yemane Gebrab the PFDJ consigliere address at YPFDJ conference in Sweden where he promised a time of change, peace, good neighborliness, cooperation in the Horn— very different from the usual songbook of the enemy is at the gate.

Today, it is the decidedly un-Trumpian, but quite as decidedly Obamanian good neighborliness speech of Yemane Numero X. The last time I was in Axum, I had a craving for some good Hambasha. I was flabbergasted when the hotel told me they had none, and furthermore they did not know where to get one from.