THE CULTURE OF VICTIMHOOD: A BAD EXIT OF THE ERITREAN ATSE FROM RESPONSIBILITY

05 Jun 2017

I begin this post by drawing a parallel between Atse Isias, and a drowning sailor who desperately flailing to stay afloat. As the all-faceted crisis has steadily continued to sharply deepen at a dangerous pace, in the economic, political, security, social, cultural and diplomatic spheres, and Eritrea has secured its place at the bottom of the ladder in all world reports (as the black sheep of Africa), during his 26-year reign of terror, he resembles a man grasping for driftwood on choppy seas.