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Qaalluu Kuusaa Strikes Back – Response to Aite Getachew Redda aka the Nutcase Neftegna

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Part-2 can be read here.


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7 Comments

  1. koorraa bonaya:

    June 23, 2013 @ 11:18 am

    It is amazing how Ethiopians (or as the Greeks affectionatly call them Black/burnt face), are so willing to twist history to remain relevant. The lack of desire and knowledge of Oromo history is a significant cause for one to reject them as real leaders. They can lead their own as they fit but not Oromo as they continualy demonstrate a lack of leadership and knowledge on governance. The Ethiopians continuously recylcle one incompetant autocratic for another from Mengistu to Meles to the current proxy leader Haile Mariam

  2. Hundee:

    June 23, 2013 @ 12:11 pm

    if you are competent to argue against Getachew reda’s pices put up your photo and your real name by your article, then we believe you are serious about it.

    Obbo Qaallu Kuusa, yaada keef kabajaan qaba. Garuu, waan katabdu kana dhugummaa isaa mirkaneessuuf suurakeefi maqaake isa dhugaa waliin yoo maxxansite irra si’amanna.

    Galatoomi.

  3. Obsa Injifata:

    June 23, 2013 @ 1:28 pm

    This is good response to the filthy words of Getachew Reda. Tnk U Mr author!!!!!

  4. Boorenaa:

    June 23, 2013 @ 11:53 pm

    Hunde your are arrongant habash in oromia. we will get you soon or later. you bastard son of a bitch. We you need his other name? What if this is his realy name. Did you tell your true name first? Get our of our webpage, you are not allowed and not wellcomed.

  5. oromiyaa:

    June 24, 2013 @ 5:44 am

    Hunde we oromoo know who you are! you the Habsha or lost oromoo so don’t wast your time with us. thank you very much Qaalluu Kuusaa for your response.

  6. Obsa Injifata:

    June 24, 2013 @ 7:59 pm

    Ati maaliif maqaa kee isa dhugaa suura kee wajjin qabsiiftee websayitii kanaaf hinergitu?

  7. Waaq:

    June 25, 2013 @ 2:24 am

    Dear Obbo Qaalluu,

    I would like to express my sincere gratitude and salute you earnestly for your brilliant presentation of the facts regarding the Nefxanyaa and the Oromo.

    In addition to what you have already narrated, other evil things the Nefxanyaa brought to our country are:

    Muujalle, kind of foot-toes fleas.

    Leprosy. This contagious bacterial disease is most common among the Nefxanyaas.

    Moreover, based on the egalitarian system of the Gadaa governance, Oromo kids enjoyed anti authoritarian upbringing, where they were allowed to speak openly, freely and express their opinions without being harangued to silence as the Nefxanyaas do with their children. This inculcated bravery, openness, self confidence into the minds the Oromo youth and society.

    However, after the conquest of Oromia, the Oromo were taught to say “Yes, yes”, “Abeet, abeet”. This has had a negative self image and made us to cultivate the habit of being shy and silent.

    The Oromo should utilize Getachew’s own metaphoric saying: “Qomaaxaan
    qomaaxaa kaal allut, gabtoo yi fatafitaal” and make him understand that we are
    NOT what he thinks we are.