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Following its annual review of Eritrea sanctions in place sincethe UN Security Council … Ismail AA Selam Yohannes, Expressing personal regret to have missed benefiting from discussing this well-written contribution to our understanding of perhaps a single most important issue of our current national agenda, let me add my voice to those who welcomed you back to this forum after a while.
For the sake of not repeating what others might have written, I would like to jot a few things because I did not have time to read through the extensive postings under your thread.
As I pointed out, the issue of the young generation is so crucial that it requires close attention that demands such sharp minds as yours and many in this forum. Eritrea as young nation that has not been so fortunate during the decades of existence has been wounded so deeply at the juncture when its people felt they had paid exorbitant price to attain independent nationhood.
The regime has dealt damaging blow to the nation by disrupting the social process of sustaining itself through generational succession, as you have excellently explained. The core value of this article rests in that fact that it successfully sorts out the birth cohort as sociologists put it from the politico-ideological constructs and came out with elucidation of the problem we, as a society, are confronting.
It has become plausible that the regime has used its power perpetuation oriented ideological constructs to destroy the normal societal norms of one generation replacing another.
The ugly relic that will go in to the pages of history shall be the infamous Sawa, the generation ruining military conscription and distortion of education. The most difficult and challenging task confronting the nation is how to save what could be saved concerning the post national independence era youth, which requires serious national effort to deal with situation and eliminate the cause, or at least create safety net for the youth, and enable them to repair their breached spirits and organize themselves to shoulder responsibility of taking over their nation.
The justice seeking camp has so far failed to put its acts together and move towards searching that crucial safety net. This is perhaps an only way of how to rally the youth as generational social group by reorienting them to leave the reclusive identity enclaves in to which they have been falling, and help them forge their own movement outside the country, and connect with their counterparts inside the country.
The visits to the homeland that you have mentioned could be ways and means to transferring organize collective ideas to the youth there. Yohannes Zerai Likewise, Ismailo. You were certainly missed the last few days; but it was intuitively obvious to many of us that you were tied up somewhere doing things good and great!
Thank you for your usual thoughtful remarks about the article and its contents. Yohannes Zerai Dear abdulworld, Thank you for acting on my request and for providing the information I asked for.
In making the request, I meant to get something from you that would give me and other forumers a flare of the ideas you have on setting up effective community centers. You did a good job in that regard and I hope the three steps you proposed in your response will provoke further discussion and encourage others to build on them by contributing relevant and helpful ideas, approaches, evaluations, observations, etc.
Coincidentally, in his latest comment on the current thread, Saay also has independently highlighted the importance of community centers for essentially the same purposes!
I therefore urge like-minded formures to keep this need in mind and share with forum participants ideas and suggestions they may come up with in due course. Proceeding along this line may lead us to a consensus on a work plan or strategy for building effective community centers which, in turn, will empower us to hopefully begin implementing the strategy.
Horizon Selam FishMilk, What do you expect us to do? We are sitting back and waiting for the real thing to happen. We have heard the talk, and we are waiting for the walk. Just imagine what would happen if it is true. On the contrary, we are never in a hurry. Withdrawal from Badme allows Eritreans to concentrate on the home front.
I am optimistic and hope for both Ethiopia and Eritrea that the best is yet to come. We have to learn to leave bygones be bygones and move forward in a positive manner for our future generations deserve such. Kokhob Selam Thank you!!! Now, this is the time we all are happy.
Indeed, I am heartened by your analysis. If a few dedicated youth both in exile and home unite and lead the way, everyone will follow. I am not unduly concerned by the sporadic ugly brawls between young exiles.
I am more worried with the deterioration of the social fabric inside our country. You know the number one law to be introduced must be to ban any one with double citizenship to not participate in any Eritreans political life lol.
I can see your head swing at my suggestion. Deal with it then. Yohannes Zerai Dear Abrehet, I must first apologize for the rather tardy response to your interesting comment. What was actually intended was their use as alternative adjectives to describe a subject.The Hollywood Reporter is your source for breaking news about Hollywood and entertainment, including movies, TV, reviews and industry blogs.
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