Michela Wrong's biased narratives about Eritrea are part of a propaganda campaign. Eritrea remains resilient and self-reliant.
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Amnesty’s new report accusing Eritrea’s government of gruesome war crimes relies heavily on anonymous testimony, grainy satellite images, and zero field investigation. It is the latest salvo in the West’s campaign to topple the country’s independent government.
Eritreans in the UK unite to seek legal action against Martin Plaut for inciting violence and hatred. Time for accountability! #MartinPlaut #Eritrea #LegalAction
In a conversation with a tourist in Asmara, Dr. Fikrejesus exposes biased MSM reporting on Eritrea, favoring Western "experts" over qualified Eritreans.
Titi, a successful artist and designer, shares her journey from Eritrea to California & the importance of believing in oneself. She emphasizes the power of artistic expression beyond words & plans to open an "Art Institute" in Eritrea.
Over thirty years of relentless propaganda fueled by the TPLF has cultivated hate toward Eritrean identity, posing risks that must be addressed. The TPLF's agenda aimed to erase Eritrea's cultural and historical heritage, distorting reality through collective narcissism.
The wave of violence at Eritrean festivals linked to TPLF, revealing Western complicity and values at stake. Solidarity and resilience are needed.