1. Well based on the overall interview:
    a) The title is misleading. It should have been something about work, life, and friendship experience of the Prof in Ethiopia.
    b) The view you have about getting access to seas is the main target that you focus. So try to get it as well from Djibouti or Somalia and be practical to get it by fighting yourself in the border of Eritrea or Djibouti or Somalia. You can not get by living in DC just by crying Ethiopia need a sea outlet. As far as international law is concerned Ethiopia has a legal right to use any ports around it but not to expand its territories to other nations!! So you are supporting force and that makes you supporting colonization. Italians were colonizer and Emperor Haliseselasse was also a colonizer by default Ethiopia was a colonizer to Eritrea. He did nothing wrong other than using force to annex Eritrea. He has the same view similar to your current view to get access to the sea by force.
    c) I followed your program not because you will have a correct understanding or view of Eritrea but to follow what that confused Prof view is. As Eritrean's we are scared of our internal enemies rather than external enemies. It is clear is that he is the UNITY advocate like his father (He said his father was!!!) that betrayed our country some 60 yrs ago!!!!!

  2. Thanks Tewodros again for this amazing interview with Dr. Berket. Dr. Berket's interview in this part seems more genuine to me. I give him A in this part (part two) and F in part one. Overall, thanks Reyot Kin and Dr. Bereket. Especially, Dr. Berket's final comment gives me there is hope that the two but one people (Ethiopia and Eritrea) will be again one. Thanks.

  3. ሰውየው ግን እልም ያለ ደደብ ነው እንዴ? ምክንያቱም አሁን እንኳን በእድሜው መማር ያልቻለ ደደብ ነው!
    እኔስ የሚገርመኝ በዚህ አስተሳሰቡ ጃንወይ ለትልቅ ስልጣን ማብቃታቸው በራሱ አፄው ለኤርትራውያን ያደላ ነበር የሚለውን አውነታ ያረጋግጣል::

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