If we argue that the hands of TPLF were soaked in the bloods of Ethiopians, then people like Ermias Legesse are the gloves the tyrants wore to commit those atrocities. Ermias rose the echelons of power not because of their talent, but because of their willingness to serve the system unquestioningly and their readiness to betray the common man and woman who were being trampled under the Woyane racist subjugation. When many talented Ethiopians were either dismissed from work or simply thrown into jail for speaking out, guys like him got promoted year after year. And how many true Ethiopias lost their government post their only means of survival and watched their families break up or being reduced to starving and beging wretches only because they refused to be bought off and remained true and destitute instead of betraying their principle. Not this guy.
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