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Ethiopian's have spoken #NoMore in a rally condemning US treatment of Ethiopia

ADDIS ABABA, NOVEMBER 07, 2021 – Hundreds and thousands of Ethiopians came out to the streets in Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa, on Sunday, denouncing the United States' (US) treatment of Ethiopia and condemning disinformation campaign waged against Ethiopia by international media such as CNN.


The rally was also intended to show support to the Ethiopian National Defense Forces (ENDF) and condemn the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) terrorists and their backers.
 
In spite of the orchestrated international media disinformation campaign claiming Addis was uneasy, citizens of Addis Ababa came out to show to the world that things are not as the media depicts it to be. CNN recently released news saying that the TPLF terrorists were in the outskirts of Addis Ababa which led the U.S. Embassy in Addis to call on its citizens to leave the country. However, most Ethiopians saw this as unnecessary fear mongering. 
 

Some of the demonstrators were carrying signs which read #NoMore, a Twitter hashtag used by pro-Ethiopia activists on twitter which Twitter Inc recently disabled claiming that its 'dehumanizing'. Twitter Inc also conducted heavy crackdown on pro-Ethiopian activists, suspending the accounts of many who were resisting disinformation and terrorism in their homeland.

The protesters, in addition, to condemning the international media, they were also denouncing U.S.’ action against their country.
 

Some of the signs that the protesters carried read “USA Bad! If you want to leave your embassy we will use the land for development”.
 
During the rally, Mayor of Addis Ababa, Adanech Abiebie, sent out stern messages. "They forgot we were the children of Adwa yet they want to threaten us with AGOA", she said.
 
On November 02, U.S. President Joe Biden removed Ethiopia from the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) trade agreement while on the same day terrorists were threatening to throw their full on Addis Ababa after killing hundreds in Dessie and Kombolcha. This is seen by many Ethiopian as a let down by the U.S.
 
President Joe Biden was targeting only Ethiopia’s democratically elected government with sanctions leaving the TPLF, despite the joint investigation carried out by the United Nations Human Rights Commission (UNHRC) and the Ethiopian Human Rights blames the terrorist group for atrocities in Tigray.

Nevertheless, referring tot oday's rally, the Government Communications said "Let this be a sign to the international community. The people have spoken. Ethiopians are ready sacrifice themselves for the welfare of their nation. They will not tolerate undue interference in their affairs. They have spoken that they condemn the TPLF terrorist and its extremist partners."

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