Let us ask honestly what we are seeking

Most of the power elites everywhere today have given up on seeking genuine solutions to the problems facing the world. They are busy either defending the status quo or else trying to carve a niche for themselves in the existing order often masquerading as supporters of populist slogans. A government of all the people, by all the people, for all the people used to be a definition of democracy. The capitalist globalism of today has turned this into a distant dream.

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From the wisdom of great fakirs in India

A learning journey

A man once lived with hunger his constant companion. His brother was a rich man but not a kind one. He never shared his wealth. Only his scorn. “You will always have little,” he said with a laugh to his brother. “It is your fate to be poor, but my fate to be rich.”

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Puppets can make only moves dictated to them by their manipulators and apologists.

Do we have to go to neural science to understand the politics of the Abyssinian elites? I never underestimate, as is usually the case in the Oromo paltalk rooms, the capacity of these elites to surprise and busy their supporters as well as their victims everywhere with ever new self marketing coups and propaganda turnabouts- to cajole, to mislead, to divide and to confuse their critics and admirers ad nauseam.

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Briefly how OPDO is playing double and dangerous games

Many of us must have heard of a Janus head, a sculpture typically found at at the gate of a house. In the Greek mythology, the god, Janus, is two headed, with each face looking in the opposite directions. Today the phrase “ Janus faced” means deceitful. However, the original meaning tells us a different story. According to Evan's Dictionary of Mythology, “ It was a peculiarity of the god that the doors of his temple were kept open in time of war and closed in time of universal peace. They were rarely closed”.

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