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Bayisa Wak-Woya:- Where Are We Heading? (article in Amharic)

Posted: Onkoloolessa/October 12, 2017 · Finfinne Tribune | Gadaa.com | Comments (1)



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Qeerroo vs. Foollee - The Need for 'Tokkummaa' through 'Ilaa fi Ilaamee'

This is strictly our observation (at the individual level - our opinion/Editorial). #GadaaFT

In the post #Irreecha2017 season, two groups of Oromo youth are emerging: the red-green-red (revolutionary) Qeerroo, and the black-red-white (evolutionary) Foollee. All used to be loosely referred to as 'Qeerroo;' it looks like this loose term doesn't define everyone anymore.

Earlier this week, we shared the following graphic calling on Tokkummaa between these two Oromo youth groups (see below in the comment-section). And, we also shared a video of the Gadaa culture of "Ilaa fi Ilaamee" in order to indicate the way to Tokkummaa (i.e. discussion for consensus/Tokkummaa). The video can be watched below in the comment-section.

Insults, bullying and other negative tendencies shouldn't be hurled at each other; it produces nothing, but resentments. We have the UNESCO-recognized Gadaa system to be used here: "Ilaa fi Ilaamee" (consensus-building through matured discussion).

There is no right or wrong way to the desired Bilisummaa, but there are different ways. Neither Qeerroo's nor Foollee's approach is right or wrong, but they're clearly different; we're starting to notice through posts on social media.

The fast-change-seekers (the revolutionary) Qeerroo are restless (by nature or choice); the slow-change-seekers (the evolutionary) Foollee are deliberate (by nature or choice). Each person should choose his or her liking and align in the group that suits his or her decisions, then discuss carefully and respectfully to understand each other (not tear each other up to cause distrust and resentments).

Points of conjunction (collaboration) are both groups' stance against the Woyane-inflicted human rights abuses in Oromia, and their love for Oromummaa and Oromia.
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  1. Warala Reply

    October 17, 2017 at 1:57 am

    I read your article titild Where are headed?.All in all your concern about the future of us all as a country is the concern of all who understands what a country is and it stands for.It is clear that Wayane arrived in Addis with hate and vengeance agenda for all Ethiopians.Without giving a second thought many boarded on wayane’s hate band wagon at the time.It is like a cattle who is chasing a fully grown green grass without being aware of the ditch under till it is too late.That is where all are at now.The ethnic policy of Wayane was designed to serve Wayane alone and was very clear to this commentator.
    Here after Wayane is at a point where it can’t govern any more.The country is in total caos.There is no shortage of opposition against Wayane but has no leader and that is why Wayane mow them when ever they go out for demonstration.The sad thing is when it is clear that the diaspora’s role is limited in what is going on in side the country and daY to day actions they create fouls empration as if the diaspora is ready to rescue them.It is being responsible to asssist materially as well as in diplomatic work.The leader of that struggle has to emanate from among Those on the ground.If not we may end up sabotaging the struggle against Wayane.
    The key to any struggle to be successful is a united action.Individually so far there is no successes.To continue I or we can do it alone is extenttention of the suffering of the people.Let us not forget that the hate explosives Wayane planted among Ethiopians will take time to over come even after Wayane.With that in mind let me conclude by saying if we all as a country don’t stand together and save Ethiopia none of us will have a country.So every one take a breathe and think about even the more danger to come.Unity is strength and power.System of democratic governance in place is a remedy for all Ethiopians and to think other wise is a wast of tome and giving longevity to Wayane.

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