Discipline: The Dignifying Decorum
Tuesday, 02 October 2012 09:49 |
Eritrea’s history and that of other nations stand witness that any society ensures security and development in this viciously competitive world only on its own capacity. In such circumstances, it remains an inescapable condition for Eritrea to acquire superior capacity and competency in the effort to independently march forward via the avenue of development, growth and peace.
Where Lies The Reason For Privation In Nations That Took Independence 60 Years Ago?
Monday, 24 September 2012 01:34 |
Why are those nations that were granted independence some six decades ago indigence-stricken to date? This is right and proper question apropos current global state of affairs, especially, that of our continent. In short, the cause for the said question is but mismanagement. How? This is yet a follow-up question, which requires due answer.
Global Accord for Social Justice
Tuesday, 14 August 2012 09:27 |
Recent years have witnessed the stirring and courageous initiatives taken by nations in many parts of the world to effect fundamental changes that would lead to a dignified beginning for the respect of humanitarian and territorial integrity. In his address to the 66th Session of the United Nations General Assembly, President Isaias Afwerki keynoted: “In much of the developed world, there is now the same sense of anger and frustration, the same discontent with governments that have become beholden to a small minority with special interests, the same yearning for decent jobs, meaningful political participation and dignified lives.”
The Way towards Success and Dignity is the Course along which Eritrea Traversed early on
Tuesday, 19 June 2012 09:52 |
Eritrea’s history and the history of other nations stand witness that societies can in this viciously spiraling world ensure their security and prosperity only through internal capacity. Whereas the world is invariably a stage of competition, any SLOTHFUL OR INCOMPETENT party that happens to lag behind is, bereft of commiseration, uncompromisingly RELEGATED. Thus, nations ought to be well-equipped with superior skills and capacity in order for them to forge ahead independently and sovereignly. The capabilities of a society can be defined in terms of three fundamental premises: consciousness, organization and arms.
“Human Rights”: Theme of the Rogues
Saturday, 16 June 2012 11:55 |
U.S. Department of State, whose annual edition only updates date of issue without changing the previous tune, has of late disseminated allegations against Eritrea. Vested with parochial interests, the nominally bipartisan and yet unitary small interest group, which is formed and deformed according to earnings, has accused the People’s Front for Democracy and Justice—PFDJ—of its one-party system. In essence, such charges emanate from a popular consciousness deficient in telling apart between the swindled 26 percent ballot-based Front and the Eritrean People’s Front that came into existence with huge sacrifice.