Ignored humanitarian crisis only in Ethiopia only because they are Amhara’s! °°°°°°°°°°°°°°°
While the gullible and those who benefited from the system are talking about Abiy empty rhetorics and some superficial changes already approved by EPRDF, there is is a human crisis in Ethiopia ignored both by local and international medias only because they are Amara’s.
Sadly even my closest friends who know me very well that I have no special interest will be upset when they see this video not because these innocent people are displaced and killed but rather because I am sharing these humanitarian crisis.
I know so many friends who expressed when other Ethiopians are displaced and even for Syrians, Palestinians, France, Kenyans, etc. But these same people zipped their mouth when it comes to Amara’s.
Why? Because I Amara people are blamed as “oppressors” in the past and blamed for everything that happened in Ethiopia before TPLF. These same people who showed sympathy for others actually call people like me as “Amara nationalist” only because we are sharing such types videos that shows the humanitarian crisis in Ethiopia.
Can’t some people see the difference between being a human and to be a “nationalist”? What a double standard!!! Who to be blamed for all this mess? Not others but Amhara’s themselves who are not willing to unite but rather want to address the problem by himself/herself only instead of working in unison or want to ignore the issue until it comes to his/her house.
I am giving away the cream above, a $15 starbucks GC, and a bag of Ethiopian coffee brought straight over from Ethiopia by me! You guys, its the best coffee in the world.
The cream, is my favorite! It's a body firming cream that is formulated with red algae extract, to smooth the appearance of dimpled skin and promote a shapelier looking silhouette. I don't know about you guys, but there are places on my body that need a little extra toning and tightening! ( my favorite spot to put this is on my abs, and back of legs!)
formulated with red algae extract, to smooth the appearance of dimpled.
Also, does anyone else have an obsession with iced coffee? It is my go-to summer drink, I'm obsessed! Most people are way more fancy than I am though (like starbucks). I brew a cup of my Ethiopian coffee at night, put it in the fridge and then in the morning its nice and cold!
Anyways! Here is how to enter the giveaway!
1: Like this post
2: Make sure you're following @happilyeverandersons && @arbonne
3: Tag someone in the comments below and tell me your favorite way to drink coffee. (each tag is an additional entry)
Open to U.S. residents only. This will be open until Saturday June 2nd, at 12pm EST. Winner will be chosen on Sunday and announced on my story (and DM'd).
This post is not sponsored by anyone.
In Lailibela I asked if I can take a pic for Instagram cause I thought their style was impeccable. They smiled and said fo sho. I snapped once and you can see that these dudes have swagger. What's more they're polite and kind.
After the pic we had coffee. Spoke about music and their inspiration. About life.
Ahhh Ethiopia. Hagerlij. 🇪🇹🇪🇹🇪🇹 Nothing but love.
Lavazza masters the #art and #science of #coffee since 1895.
Dal cuore della foresta etiope allo Chat qui Rit
Kafa è uno dei caffè più pregiati al mondo, perché proviene dalle prime piante di caffè da cui tutte le altre hanno avuto origine. Nasce nella #foresta etiope, dove il caffè cresce spontaneamente con un minimo intervento degli abitanti del luogo, che di generazione in generazione si tramandano i #segreti per preservare queste preziose piante raccogliendone i preziosi #frutti . La raccolta viene effettuata a mano dopo un’attenta selezione mentre l’essiccazione avviene naturalmente al #sole . Kafa è un caffè esclusivo e limitato, una vera e propria opportunità da offrire a chi cerca qualcosa di diverso e particolare
#foodlover . ¡TIERRA! allo Chat qui Rit
Una tazzina di responsabilità #sociale .
Una collezione di blend di pregiate origini selezionate e miscelate ad arte da Lavazza per offrire la perfetta sintesi di #gusto del territorio di origine.
Lavazza ¡TIERRA! nasce nel 2002 da un progetto di responsabilità sociale allo scopo di migliorare le condizioni sociali e ambientali e le tecniche produttive di alcune comunità di produttori di caffè. Sviluppatosi in collaborazione con la ONG #Rainforest Alliance, il progetto è il risultato del forte impegno di Lavazza per la sostenibilità e si basa su tre principi fondamentali: l’eccellenza del prodotto, il supporto e la cura delle piccole comunità e il rispetto per il pianeta.
Rainforest Alliance è un’organizzazione internazionale noprofit che sostiene la conservazione delle biodiversità e promuove i diritti e il benessere dei lavoratori, delle loro famiglie e comunità.
Very encouraging sermon by Kenneth Stewart at Glasgow RP yesterday evening. So many good nuggets of truth!! “God will move heaven and earth to make happen what He has planned.” “You need the Holy Spirit.” “This man was reading the Word with interest and energy. We need that to really hear Him.” “You have to keep reading and keep listening to get to the blessing. To get to the rejoicing.” “We’re easily offended because we’re stuffed full of pride.” “The best place in the world is where God wants you to be, and He will make you happy and holy there.” “Jesus is not like other human kings, obsessed with an earthly heir. He has another kind of family He is building.” #sermonsketchnotes#sermonsketchnotescommunity#illustratedfaith#ethiopa#cushwillstretchoutherhands#gospelofmark
I gasped for air as I saw the beauty of the scape/
Surely the magnificence must be the seat of God's great escape/
Is this where he came to make his beautiful design?/ Practice on the Ethiopian highlands making this place feel so devine/
Ancient cultures sprouting from the ground like vine/
The mystic lands and the mystic nature has me in awe/
As I stare into the distance and I feel gravities law/
Staring into eternity.
@aidamuluneh #ethiopa#adisababa#africa#filmphotography#contemporaryart#beauty#art#remarkable#sublime . Aida Muluneh (Ethiopian, b.1974) is a photographer and Contemporary artist. Born in Ethiopia, Muluneh left the country at a young age and spent her childhood between Yemen and England. After several years in a boarding school in Cyprus, she finally settled in Canada in 1985. In 2000, she graduated with a degree in film from Howard University in Washington, D.C.
After graduation, she worked as a photojournalist at The Washington Post, and her work can be found in several publications. Her images can also be found in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African Art and the Museum of Biblical Art in the United States.