Friday, April 11, 2014

Statement from the National Youth Movement for Freedom and Democracy (aka Qeerroo Bilisummaa) on the Current Condition of the Oromo People Ethiopian Empire

April 2, 2014

The representatives of the National Youth Movement for Freedom and Democracy (aka Qeerroo Bilisummaa) from different zones of Oromia have come together and convened for two days, April 1 and 2, 2014 and, after a thorough discussion, have deliberated the following resolution on the current condition of the Oromo people, the condition of Revolt Against Subjugation (Fincila Diddaa Gabrummaa) spearheaded by Qeerroo Bilisummaa, and the political condition of the Ethiopian Empire.
  1. Remnants of the old nafxanyaa (gun carrying settlers), who have committed uninterrupted heinous acts of genocide on the Oromo people for more than a century, are now doing everything they can to hinder the struggle of the Oromo people to regain their freedom. They are engaged on belittling and defaming the struggle, spreading false propaganda saying that the Oromo doesn’t have any land or country of their own in the region, opened a new printing press for this evil act of keeping the Oromo under their domination. We vehemently denounce their actions and ask Oromo nationalists to stay united and stand on the side of Revolt Against Subjugation lead by Qeerroo Bilisummaa.
  2. The dictatorial Woyane regime has intensified its campaign of expelling Oromo farmers and expanding the capital city, Finfinne (Addis Ababa), by annexing the near-by little towns under the Finfinne administration. The campaign is geared towards exploitation of Oromo land and natural resources by denying the Oromo, the ownership of their land, property, and resources. The only way to stop this evil act of old and neo-nafxanyas for the Oromo nationalists, especially the youth, is to intensify the struggle led by Qeerroo through Revolt Against Subjugation. We call upon all Oromo nationals and other friends living in Oromia and abroad to stand together and bring this unjust system to an end. Read More:- Statement from the National Youth Movement for Freedom and Democracy April 2014

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