Historian Dr. Lapeso Getahun/Ge. Delebo on the “Queen of Sheba;” on the Usurpation of the Anti-Ethiopian Soldier Yukuno Amlak; and on the Plot of Egypt/Alexandria to Control Abyssinia’s/Ethiopia’s Politics and History ———— “አሳ፡ ጎርጎሪ፣ ዘንዶ፡ ያወጣል።” ———— “የሁዋላው፡ ከሌለ፣ የለም፡ የፊቱ።”

Historian Dr. Lapeso Getahun/Ge. Delebo on the “Queen of Sheba;” on the Usurpation of the Anti-Ethiopian Soldier Yukuno Amlak; and on the Plot of Egypt/Alexandria to Control Abyssinia’s/Ethiopia’s Politics and History

“አሳ፡ ጎርጎሪ፣ ዘንዶ፡ ያወጣል።”
“የሁዋላው፡ ከሌለ፣ የለም፡ የፊቱ።”

Video: Dr. Lapeso Getahun/Ge. Delebo, a history professor at Finfinne University, on the “Queen of Sheba;” on the usurpation of an Anti-Ethiopian rebellious Zagwe Soldier (aka Amhara) by the name Yukuno Amlak; and on the Plot of Egypt’s Alexandria to Control Abyssinia’s/Ethiopia’s Politics and History through the Alexandrian “Abune”/Pope.

While the Ethiopian Church is freed from Alexandria in 1959 (after almost two millenia of control by Alexandria), the fables and myths, which were created by Alexandria to control Abyssinia’s/Ethiopia’s politics and history, are still naïvely recited by self-denying Debtera’s. Primarily, the Alexandria-created fables and myths delegitimize the Cushitic origins of the peoples and nations in the Horn of Africa and promote “Habeshanization” of Ethiopia.

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  1. saartu  January 21, 2014 at 11:28 am

    What make me so angry is the time I spent in history classes learning about a myth regarding Salomon link to Ethiopian emperors and the energy I wasted memorizing this nonsense. I really hope they get it now and eliminate that chapter from the history lessons.

  2. jidhaa  January 21, 2014 at 1:38 pm

    NOT YET – JUST A START …..A LOT OF THINGS ON THE WAY. ….TIME IS FOR ALL.

  3. Shube.F  January 21, 2014 at 3:19 pm

    Oh! My goodness Dr. Lapeso Live long!! You have revealed the History of Ethiopia. Abyssinian history is an Egyptian History WOW!!, So, I learned a False Ethiopian History.Thanks for your research & hard working. Abyssinia Orthodox church was a slave for Egyptian & Turks Ottoman.NO Queen Sheba or Solomon Dynasty!!! No Amhara or Tigray History

  4. GUDFELA!!!  January 21, 2014 at 3:41 pm

    Catastrophe beyond repair!

    How come they didn’t silence this man so far? It means the whole church and their politics was based on pure LIES.

  5. girma  January 21, 2014 at 5:45 pm

    akkami jirtu oromoo nagaa qabduu bakka jirttanni hunddatti

  6. girma  January 21, 2014 at 5:47 pm

    yaa oromoo jabadhu bakka jirttu hundaai eyyi

  7. seman  January 21, 2014 at 5:57 pm

    I heard a similar story from a forging media about the queen of Sheba, saying it was just a legend that the queen of Sheba do not exist and there was no evidence to support it. Thank you Dr. Lapiso for let us know the history and would you guys post the reaming portion of this interview.

  8. HILESILASE  January 21, 2014 at 6:47 pm

    PLEASE PLEASE POST IT ON YOUTUBE AND OTHER HABESHA’S WEB.

  9. Anonyuous  January 21, 2014 at 10:33 pm

    The true history of that country started to unravel sometimes in early 1990 at the time when the Derg regime was between the rock and hard place. That was when historians like G. Delebo were allowed to speak on national TV on the subject matter.

    I know the late Tsegaye G. medhin has also said about the Cushetic Ethiopia that got on the nerves of those ignorant Debtera. Pease who ever brought this to surface dig it deep and bring Tsegayes contribution too.

    Thanks!

    Mr.

  10. Fikiru  January 22, 2014 at 4:43 am

    O thank God! I don’t know much about the bible, but I know one little statement from that. Please don’t ask me the chapter and its verse, I said my knowledge is limited. It says “the truth will set you free’, so for me truth is freedom. Now I have got, some clarity about this mysterious man-mad history of Ethiopia.
    The previous dictator of Ethiopian president Mengistu, said few statements when his time countdown was in hours. Please let me say the way he said in Amaharic, as I was very young then, I remember few words, but never forget that. He said like this “Ye Itiyopia hizb min hone, lemindin new hagerun yemigezahu amara bicha new yemilut?, indiyahum amara malet be terara lay yeminor hizbi bicha malet new”.
    So I appreciate both Dr. Lapiso and the one who post this valuable document. At list now I have got more understanding about Amahara, which means the armed guards of Zagewe government.

  11. Kifle Dema  January 22, 2014 at 6:03 am

    What is new? It may be news to you but all learned Ethiopians knew about this. Agews and Amharas are one and the same so are Debteras. Yekunu Amlak had many Oromo soldiers …

    You live long and will learn — 65% Minilik soldiers were Oromos, Minilik himself was Oromo and Ras Mokonen 75% Oromo.

    13 Fitawraries with their soldiers were sent to fight in Adwa, 8 of them were Oromos…. ask Dr. Lapiso he will tell you,

    You are right — “አሳ፡ ጎርጎሪ፣ ዘንዶ፡ ያወጣል።”
    “የሁዋላው፡ ከሌለ፣ የለም፡ የፊቱ።”

  12. Abe  January 22, 2014 at 6:35 am

    Everyone knows the sheba story is a myth, but it is shocking to hear that it is the Egyptian church that came up with it so they can bring about a regime change.

    I don’t see how this supports some strange kush theory that some oromos advocate.

    Another amazing discovery is that amhara means soldier, hence explaining possibly their origin. Does therefor amhara stand for a religious sect that followed this new myth?

    I do remember reading some amhara history book explaining that amhara was the language of soldiers..did not understand what it meant. I guess once the soldiers took over, they slowly expanded their language and religion against other peoples?

  13. Amhara=Soldier=Neftegna  January 22, 2014 at 8:01 am

    Amhara in Agew language back then meant soldier – that is to say, Neftegna. But not simply one with a gun, but also with the Egyptian-implanted Solomonic ideology (cult).

    In other words, Amhara was originally an Agew soldier, but as they expanded to the South, they recruited more Amharas (more soldiers, i.e. more Neftegna) from the Oromo, Hadiya, and so on.

    The famous Oromo Amhara, i.e. the famous Oromo Neftegna/soldier, is Gobana Dache. In addition to having the gun, he was also a follower of the Solomonic cult (ideology).

    At the center of this Solomonic cult (ideology) is the belief that the “Amharas” are Semitic and not black.

    This explains why both Menelik and Haile-Selassie never considered themselves as “blacks,” even though the stupid Teddy Afro is calling Menelik as “Black Man” (Tikur Sew)

  14. Abdissa  January 22, 2014 at 8:13 am

    wow
    Dhugaan hin qalatii mallee hin citu. Manii teepha hareetiin ijjaarame gaafa waraabeesi yuusu jigaa jedhu mittiiree Mangudoon Orommoo yoo makmaakan. Seenaan Habashoota inni sobaan gutamee kun har’a yeeroon genyaan qulaat hafuu jalqabe.
    Galatoomi Prof. Lepiso

  15. Amhara=Soldier=Neftegna  January 22, 2014 at 8:17 am

    Amhara in Agew language back then meant soldier – that is to say, Neftegna. But not simply one with a gun, but also with the Egyptian-implanted Solomonic ideology (cult). In simple words, an Amhara is a Solomonic cult-following Neftegna.

    In other words, Amhara was originally an Agew soldier, but as they expanded to the South, they recruited more Amharas (more soldiers, i.e. more Neftegna) from the Oromo, Hadiya, and so on.

    The famous Oromo Amhara, i.e. the famous Oromo Neftegna/soldier, is Gobana Dache. In addition to having the gun, he was also a follower of the Solomonic cult (ideology).

    At the center of this Solomonic cult (ideology) is the belief that the “Amharas” are Semitic and not black.

    This explains why both Menelik and Haile-Selassie never considered themselves as “blacks,” even though the stupid Teddy Afro is calling Menelik as “Black Man” (Tikur Sew)

    In addition to having their own religious cult, these soldiers (the Neftegnas, i.e. the Amharas) have their own language, which has tremendously borrowed words from Geez, Tigrigna, Oromo, Arab and what not. It’s a soldier’s language – so it adapts to the situation.

    Mengistu Haile-Mariam was a modern Amhara (i.e. a modern soldier) with the Solomonic cult ideology even though the revolution he was involved in overthrew Haile-Selassie, another Amhara/Soldier (he was actually a Ras and a Dejazmatch) with a mixed ethnic heritage of Agew, Oromo, Gurage, etc. That’s why the Derg and Haile-Selassie were one and the same in terms of state ideology.

    Today, the people who have inherited the Amharas’ (i.e. the old Agew soldiers’) language and Solomonic ideology (including many Oromos, such as Abe Tokichaw and Dr. Fikre Tolossa) want to be called ETHIOPIANS, because they’re in identity crisis knowing that they became Amharas from ethnic groups of Agew, Oromo, etc. Dr. Fikre Tolossa knows it well that he’s from the Oromo ethnic group, but he doesn’t know he speaks and acts like a Solomonic solider (i.e. an Amhara). The root cause of this identity crisis is because the government has taken “Amhara” as an ethnic group.

  16. Amhara=Soldier=Neftegna  January 22, 2014 at 8:58 am

    As a final solution for the identity crisis of Oromo, Agew, Hadiya, Sidama and other men and women who have become Solomonic-cult following soldiers (Amharas) is to rediscover their priori identities since Amhara is not an ethnic group. This is especially true for our Agew brothers and sisters.

    Read further about this reclaiming of one’s original and primary identity as written by Fayyis Oromia – http://gadaa.com/oduu/13869/2012/05/28/agaw-midir-ethiopia-renaissance-of-agaw-peoples-priori-identity-as-a-support-for-the-oromo-national-liberation-struggle/

  17. Safuu Saafaa  January 22, 2014 at 10:41 am

    Surely the designation “Amara” as it now stands is a clearly defined ethno linguistic group. The long past classical identity may be something else. No need to deny! :)

  18. Tullu Warqe  January 22, 2014 at 10:50 am

    MANY THANKS Dr. Lapeso and others who are displaying the long standing mountains of lies after lies by these spineless habitual lier thieves teling childish folk tales and robbing the uninformed humble citizens out of their minds and out of their resources. Justice for all and equality for humanities will take place only on the foundations of truth built on equality. :)

  19. Gudfela  January 22, 2014 at 11:22 am

    “Queen sheeba”m endezih wushetam neberu ende????? KKKKK. Identity crisis in circle! OMG, amharas have been lied to and have been propagating the lies for 2000 years? or how can i understand this?

    Anyways now it’s clear where amharas inherited those big genes of lies.

    But I’d rather believe in the sun and the moon and be called a “pagan” rather than in pictures of dead human beings as my God and the even greater myth of a woman giving birth to a boy without good sex.

    A fundamental question is how do we know if Dr. lepseo is telling (knows) the truth?? I am not saying he’s lying, but as he is not a scientist we can’t prove him or his sources right or wrong although his account sounds quite reasonable. He only read and told us what someone else wrote. That’s all. And we know anyone can write anything that flavors his advantage, whether it is true or not and make others believe. Because of this basic problem I would take Dr. Lepso’s account with caution but thank him for sharing his knowledge.

    It could be another plot by amhara (naftegna soldiers) and their affiliates to claim African roots, visa vis, oromoland, although in the past they vehemently reject that. “egna eko tikur sew aidelenim.”

  20. QURXUMMII  January 22, 2014 at 3:51 pm

    Thank you Historian Dr. Lapeso Getahun/Ge. Delebo,

    “History is an account, mostly false, of events, mostly unimportant, which are brought about by rulers, mostly knaves, and soldiers, mostly fools.” Ambrose Bierce

    Dhugaan hin qallatti male hin cittu. Oromoo Proverb.

    Ergaa Hanashootaaf: Karaan Sobaan keessa darban deebii ykn gala nama dhibdii. Oromoo Proverb.

  21. Zeyigerim  January 23, 2014 at 1:27 am

    Hi ALL,
    didn’t you used to curse Fayyis Oromia for writing on such issues? Didn’t you discredit him as someone loving myths of the past thiopia instead of dealing with the present real Ethiopia? Now enjoy the effect of his effort; everybody is realizing that the Oromo is the proto-Cush= True-Ethiopians; not the Habesh, who are the Pseudo-Ethiopians!

  22. Lammessa  January 23, 2014 at 12:21 pm

    Fayiss (walfida), still in Cushland? Thought you are in Finfinnee palace enjoying ambasha by now.

    Nobody read your garbage except you. You copy-pasted from that ole Egyptian prof (Mogolomotis…) and we don’t trust him either.

    History telling can be biased and i don’t trust everyone equally. Given habashas lies on history of Ethiopia to promote their cause I tend to cautiously take only what oromo historians tell me, even if it may not be accurate it is better to be fooled by my own people rather than by aliens.

  23. Jasmine  January 23, 2014 at 11:16 pm

    Inconsistent knuckleheads with two futile claims:

    1. “We are not Ethiopians, we shall secede!”
    2. “We are the true Ethiopians!”

    Are you all nuts?

  24. Truth  January 24, 2014 at 1:57 am

    Jasmine,
    check your mental status! You need a bit more nerve cells to comprehend the move! Oromo are True-Ethiopians (Cush), but not Pseudo-Ethiopians (Habesh)! You just need to take time and swallow the fact!

  25. Neftegna  January 24, 2014 at 2:09 am

    Jasmine, you are the one confused. What Oromos are saying are:

    1. “We are not Habesha, we shall get our freedom from Abyssinia!”
    2. “We are the true Cushites!”

    However, you are confused to take “Habesha” to mean “Cushites” – the Alexandria-implanted Ethiopianism is Habeshanism; it is anti-Cushitic-Ethiopianism.

    Hadiya, the ethnic group of Dr. Lapiso, is a proud Cushite, but not an Habesha. The same with Oromos.

    Agew, the ethnic group from which the Amharas/the soldiers came from, is a proud Cushite, but not an Habesha. It’s only the Amharas, who were armed by Alexandria, and who are sworn enemies of the Cushite peoples of the Cushitic-Ethiopia. Amharas are foot-soldiers and agents of Egypt in Cushitic Ethiopia.

  26. Jasmine  January 25, 2014 at 5:37 am

    Tebtaba pseudo-historian…who cares about sheba, anyway?

  27. Lammessa  January 25, 2014 at 7:37 am

    I tend to agree with lady Jasmine. There is only confused wannabe oromo here with Fayis oromia and a million more nicks around. “neftegna” and “truth” above are the same fayiss we’ve known for ages. He plays this Cush card pretty well, but only with himself.
    I assure you we are not Ethiopians, but oromians who want to run our country without any foreign interference. That is all. For us anyone who rules us without even speaking our language with us is a barbaric foreign occupier who should be fought and we are doing this since Minilk annexed our land.

    We are not here to resurrect the long dead Cush empire which included the most part of horn Africa and the Sudan or save the dying Ethiopian empire that exploits us and our resources. We can build a country with any other nation that accepts our conditions and respects our laws.

  28. Abba Booraa  January 26, 2014 at 8:43 am

    Over the years I made the following general observations: Of course, there are exceptions.

    Oromo’s best friend is the truth, their worst enemy is another oromo.

    Amhara’s best friend is a lie, their worst enemy is the truth.

    Tigre’s best friend is the gun, their worst enemy is a united oromo&amhara.

    From jasmine’s comment he/she is most likely the middle person.

    Anyone who challenges their best friend becomes their worst enemy, as this “tebtaba pseudo-historian”. Why not come out with your counter argument and challenge him in front of him? You tell us he must be wrong because he is “tebtaba pseudo historian”. Silly!

    Think that in information age you no longer have that chance to lie and remain unchallenged with facts. These days, it is becoming an accepted trend by some habashas to attack Oromo and no-oromo intellectuals for no reason other than telling the truth that challenges their old dogmas. This must change!

  29. Nola  January 27, 2014 at 9:34 pm

    Sure…the marks of Aannolee, Azulee, and Chalanqoo cannot be erased…Your grandfather and my grandfather fought, and my grand father kicked your grandfather’s ass. That’s all there is to it.

  30. Abbaa Booraa  January 28, 2014 at 5:56 am

    Nola can’t be Amhara (at least not a proud one) because a “proud” amhara would have no space for the truth in his brains.

    For a proud Amhara Minilik’s holocaust on oromo and the so-called people of the south (sidama, somali, kambata, hadya, etc.) is a fiction.

    A proud Amhara would say Minilk may have killed some 6 million Galas but never oromo people!

    A proud amhara would want oromos to celebrate and dance with them about this achievement of Minilik (Ager Maaqnaat) and the perceived victory over Italy, although that war was fought almost exclusively by oromos and Tigres.

    If Nola happen to be one of the few exceptions you are advised not let your face seen for you could put yourself in trouble with your folks for admitting crime.

    BTW, not just my grand father who suffered under minilik, my grandmothers lost their breasts, too. And we want justice restored NOW, to your surprise, as YOU are the product of nafgtagna barbarism and still continue to exploit the indigenous people.

    Yes, we can’t erase the marks of Annole, Calanqoo, Gulalee and many other places. But at least demolishing Minilik’s statue which stands on the bones and and blood of our people and was a site of a sacred Odaa in Finfinnee and building a memorial museum for victims on its site will go someway towards justice and that is what the oromos are determined to do by all means.

    No, a ” proud” amhara would like to erect yet another provocative Minilik statue at annolee and calanqoo by demolishing existing statues for victims.

    Thanks for at least admitting truth. We appreciate if you spread those words of yours around the world to make the world a better place without lies.

  31. Nola  January 28, 2014 at 7:41 am

    BTW, Dr. Lapiso is erasing an old legend with a new legend of his own…with zero evidence. Ewinetim Lapisu… simin melak yawotawal ale amara!

  32. Abbaa Booraa  January 28, 2014 at 11:50 am

    See, you are teachable.

    Next time go or write to him and ask his evidence without saying you ” tebtaba pseudo-historian” (filthy pseudo-historian, translation from me). Civility is always good for your own mental sanity and not least for your readers!

    Dr. Lapeso’s case is not unique. We live in 21st century where even the NSA can not keep its files secure but some amaras want to keep old legends secure regardless of whether they lies or not, when challenged with facts. I am not here to defend Dr. Lapeso, but I have not heard Amara historians challenge his views either. I assume he has access to information inaccessible to your parents and teachers the last time you attended history class. I hope he is capable of piecing different of information together, some of which which may not be in line with what you and I were taught or we would like to hear.

  33. Nola  January 29, 2014 at 12:17 am

    Unlike what you have said, the fact has never been hidden for those who are able to read. As you know it well, there are no Amhara historians…there have never been one. There are Ethiopian and Ethiopianist historians, and I don’t think they get down to this guy’s level on this topic to defend futile legend. There isn’t anything I wouldn’t like to hear…as far as there is evidence to it. I wouldn’t be surprised if Sheba existed or not, whether she was oromo or afar…whether my root is palestine or israelite. Won’t change who I am now… and I very much like who I am now. And finally, don’t you find it rather self refuting when you try to teach me civility because I am objecting a single person, while you you start your statement by insulting a whole ethnic group by saying : ‘ “proud” amhara would have no space for the truth in his brains.’? I like your pledge for civility, but you are practically a hypocrite here.

  34. Bulti  January 29, 2014 at 1:52 pm

    “there are no Amhara historians…there have never been one. ”
    ” insulting a whole ethnic group”

    I see some inconsistency here? On one occasion I heard now deceased professor named Asrat categorically ruling out that there are amhara ethnic group in Ethiopia, but he was chair of all amhara people organization (AAPO). May be i am confused here and I am not here to prove or disprove existence of amhara ethnic group, but only wondering what bothers some when this name is mentioned? Ordinary amharic speaking people in the empire say they are amahras. Are they wrong? On the other hand, i have never heard a single ethnic group called “Ethiopian” which to me nothing more than an empire, politically the most abusive one.

    On my side, I am not insulting anyone but sincerely thought you were proud of your words when you degrade, insult and abuse even those who try to speak your language at the expense of their own calling them “tebtaba pseudo historian”. Try to speak his language and he certainly wouldn’t call you “tebtaba”.

    I think it’s unfair to dismiss someone’s views as legend, only because it is contradicts old dogmas. I see it as an opprtunity for reflection rather than resorting to insults and identity crisis. As for the evidence I gave you a homework yesterday, to directly ask the man, but am not grading it as am not a historian. As you demand evidence, we would then also appreciate your own evidence that challenges Dr. Lapeso’s account, unless you are too proud to get down his level.

    None of us have control over our past, but we would be very glad to learn new findings and compare them with our experience rather than dismiss them out right.

  35. Abba Booraa  January 31, 2014 at 2:47 pm

    Of course Nola/jasmine is no where to find around people who talk the truth except for insulting them. I thought you have your evidences to the contrary in your hands or at least knew them pretty well before commenting here.

  36. dhulaow  February 20, 2014 at 7:17 am

    Just look in youtube how the Egypt used kibre Negist to trick the use of Nile. It was done by independent journalist. We used to learn the history of Egypt Coptic and other sematic by undermining the Cush people. Time to wake up

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Historian Dr. Lapeso Getahun/Ge. Delebo on the “Queen of Sheba;” on the Usurpation of the Anti-Ethiopian Soldier Yukuno Amlak; and on the Plot of Egypt/Alexandria to Control Abyssinia’s/Ethiopia’s Politics and History ———— “አሳ፡ ጎርጎሪ፣ ዘንዶ፡ ያወጣል።” ———— “የሁዋላው፡ ከሌለ፣ የለም፡ የፊቱ።”