Full-scale genocide of Non-Oromos in Ethiopia

By Achamyeleh Tamiru

What is happening in Ethiopia’s so-called Oromia region is a full-scale genocide of Non-Oromos like what happened in Rwanda`s genocide against the Tutsi. If you are not familiar with what happened in Rwanda, please watch the film by the name “Hotel Rwanda” and compare what you see out there with the graphic footages that are coming from the so-called Oromia region of Ethiopia.

The only difference between the genocide against the Tutsi and that of the genocide against the Non-Oromos in the so-called Oromia region of Ethiopia is that the genocide being committed in Ethiopia by the Qero against the Non-Oromo ethnic groups is not being exposed and it is being covered up by the Ethiopian regime, led by an Oromo Prime Minister and his Ethiopianist sympathizers.

If you watch the video footages of the genocide happening in Ethiopia, it is really sickening and simply beyond my forbearance to receive these kinds of news every day. What kind of person does that kind of cruelty to another human being? Non-Oromos, especially Amharas and Gurages, are being burned alive, slaughtered by machete, children were murdered, women were raped, their properties were vandalized and looted.

What is even more mind boggling is that the Oromo immigrants living in Europe and America have the audacity to come out, in the very country they are living in, to protest against Abiy’s regime; not because Abiy is doing too little to protect non-Oromo groups living in the region but because his regime has started doing too little to stop the genociders after they did their damage. I am assuming, in their mind, they have the right to kill others. News channels such as Aljazeera International are airing their genocidal propaganda 24/7 and are playing a major role in fanning the genocide against the Non-Oromos in Ethiopia.

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