[TPLF Revolutionary Song] The late Eyasu Berhe - Zeywealkulu Zerba

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[TPLF Revolutionary Song] The late Eyasu Berhe - Zeywealkulu Zerba

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commenter - 870 days ago
Ma favorite song
commenter - 955 days ago
WHO KILLED YOU? THE GOD ONLY KNOWS.ALL TIGIRIANS HEROES DEATH WAS MYSTERIOUS.
commenter - 1231 days ago
abesea yeabesa zer....
commenter - 1649 days ago
ZIM BEL ANTE BEDATAM SHIT HEAD TIGRAY YE-ANBATA LIJ.
commenter - 1652 days ago
Our Hero! We will not forget you forever!
commenter - 1655 days ago
አዜብ እና መለስ በመዳኒት ጸጥ አረጉት ይሄን ጅግና
commenter - 1655 days ago
my favorite song
commenter - 1655 days ago
fuck this mother fucker banda people.fuck u all.<br />long LIVE AMHARA AND OROMO ETHIOPIANS.
commenter - 1655 days ago
Just for history: This song was sung to convey a message directly to sha'abia. It was sung far before the 1983(E.C) ginbot 20 victory. But, it was never released till the 1991(E.C) Badme war for fear of offending the sha'abians.May be someone in the TPLF leadership had a soft heart to the sha'abians(or may be he/she wanted to avoid some unnecessary consequences that could follow). The message of the song is very deep, very analytical and it clearly shows the grudge that always existed between TPLF and EPLF mainly caused by the selfish and hyperbolic feeling of pseudo superiority tendency of the sha'abians. Paradoxically, the singer is addressing sha'abians as if they were of a female sex, an unconscious element of the conviction TPLFites had about how inefficient sha'abians were.(PS: I have every reason to respect and consider equal before nature and the law the female sex. The above expression is just a metaphor)
commenter - 1655 days ago
May God RIP our brave hero's who made the impossible possible.<br /><br />God bless Ethiopia!

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