June 30, 2013
The dubious Oromo descent is being obsessed with claiming himself #Oromo these days amidst AJstream’s coverage of the most pressing issue in the contemporary Ethiopia. It doesn’t matter whatever he claims himself to be, but his recent satirical writings are contradictory, provocative and the dialects are in short of the true nature of any logical argumentation.
Who taught you to hate the color of your skin to such extent that you bleach it to get like the white man? Asked MalcolmX in addressing his speech to the niggas during the era of darkness in the 1960s. Don’t make me wrong, I am not emphasizing on the teacher, but the one who is clinging his teeth to the people whom he think he can trace his lineage to.
While he /Abe /traveled to different parts of Oromia (with a single Oromo word at his pocket…lol) , this dubious man enjoyed the best he can to his astonishments. Being Oromo, he was surprised to witness that type of care. What is all these supposed to mean? Is that a means to annul #Jawar’s first Oromo? Is he ascertaining that he is Ethiopian first followed by Oromo in this expression? But he too insists that he is both Ethiopian and Oromo simultaneously and remains skeptic of the fact that the part defines the whole. I cannot figure it out. Is being stumbled by the ideas of Ethiopianism or thoughts tied to his Oromo ancestry? These are his questions too. Here comes trouble. The denial of the self is being loaded and the road to an identity crisis is paved!!!!!
How can one be able to give the best to others without being in peace with his inner being? These incessant mental noises are creating Abe’s false mind made self that casts a shadow of ‘the whole defines the part’ and thereby fear and sufferings. His recent writings in connection with Egypt’s O-refugees represents the essence of this chaotic mind , as it can be conveyed in words.
It is true that no one chooses his belongingness to a particular tribe. NO one.You are born with. And it is thus a must for one person to be a member of a particular nation, or else to belong to a particular social group. Even Jesus Christ was born to a Jew (I can hear you saying why not Oromo…lol). We need no further explanation as it is like a philosophical axiom. All the rest comes latter.
As Ayn Rand puts it, whatever you choose to consider, be an object, an attribute or an action, the law of an identity remains the same. A leaf cannot be all red and all green at the same time (I think she is equally saying a green leaf might turn to red through aging). A is A. You cannot have your cake and eat it too.
So what is wrong with Jawar’s Oromo first? What is wrong out here? We know that every single one of us bear it to our school ID, work place or else in any other relevant record forms and are asked always to fill the blank. So why are the mystics and skeptics nervous when Jawar talked it out?
Thus, the part defines the whole!
The greatest flesh-soul combination ever, a man of immense awareness , Rolihlahla N #Mandela was born to a Thembu tribe. He never hesitates to mention his tribe deemed necessary. Nowadays, it is hard to find South African of any tribe calling him by his name but #Madiba. This, Madiba, is a more specific than tribal name and denotes his clan. He is Thembu and South African (Notice that the oppressing white minorities/the highlanders/ were South Africans too) and being a South African alone was not a guarantee for him. So, in what ways did Madiba being benefited by being South African alone at this point? Yes! That is why he traveled the long walk to freedom.
The physico-chemical property of a molecule can be best attributed to the constituent atoms (chemistry), the role of a family is central to the establishment of a well functioning society (Sociology, and the vice versa is a sociological anomaly), and the human body’s proper functioning is a result of a co-ordination between the various systems (Medicine, the opposite is a medical crisis……lol). The part defines the whole. Cutting the tree however, is a means of destroying the whole forest and nothing is wrong with Jawar’s expression.
In his writings, why did Abe singled out #Addis Ababa , the home of everybody (even other African’s) , while mentioning the whereabouts of a person as Oromo from Oromia, Addis Ababian (as used by Abe) to refer to the native of the capital? Is a native of the capital devoid of ………?? Or what type of individuals is he willing to refer? Is he trying to address those wearing a T-shirt decorated with the countries flag but who rotate 270° anticlockwise when hearing a person speaking a different language? Notice that such men are those who believe in the whole while rejecting the part. Or else, is that a means of isolating Addis Ababa from the rest , to the extent of violating the very principle the city is being governed with – as the home of various nations and nationalities. Such ideology is central to the narrow nationalists who remain hostile to a one they consider different.
This of course , is the whole mark of an identity crisis that emanates from looking oneself as special, alien, and the disobedience of belonging to a particular genealogy. The denial of the self!
Addis Ababa/the beating heart of our nation/ however, needs to be cured of such debilitating ideology and the most worrisome complications of an identity crisis as being seen in the satirical writings of @Abe Tokichaw.
One more to go. Why did he likes to comment on the Oromos journey to self determination when the question is about the O-refugees in Egypt? Is he developing O-phobia? huh! Here comes another headache – crisis once again!
Jawar emphasized on Oromo phobia in AJsream’s show in relation to the role of Oromia in contributing 60% to the countries GDP. I like to take it further and extend it (as some extend the question of human rights to terrorism……..lol) to alphabetic O phobia, which is the fear of the letter ‘O’ as the letter ‘O’ contributes to 60% of the word Oromo (do the simple math……….lilla) – I can see you rolling on the ground .
All the above signs and symptoms are typical manifestations of an identity crisis warranting an immediate treatment. We need drugs
As Usual, I have started beating my drum loader for the Cadillac of horn’s analysts – the son of Siraj Mohammed , Jawar!
and we said Jawar Mohammed
Long live Oromia