HOW TPLF SYMPATHIZERS USE INFILTRATORS FOR THEIR DESTABILIZATION ACTION.



The Horn of Africa has been gripped by an unprecedented crisis that has drawn a lot of international attention. The TPLF minority that has held the entire area in check for more than 20 years has been desperate to regain control and restore its monopoly of power and effective domination of all the other ethnic groups using the nominal coalition – the EPRDF – as a suitable umbrella.


This has resulted in the group being assisted by its sympathizers exploiting every available means to win public attention. Their subversive and criminal plan to destroy Ethiopia and destabilize the entire Horn of Africa continues with the sometimes tacit and sometimes overt support of the West and with the help of TPLF sympathizers who have infiltrated Europe, the United States and the Ethiopian Federal Administration over the years.

Apart from the Director-General of the WHO, who is the best known and most visible, the network includes many other militants with high profile and with established links to EU and US officials, or ambassadors of various Western countries, international organizations, NGOs, etc.


Analysts believe that the TPLF is now using its proponents infiltrated directly or indirectly into different international organizations to advance its propaganda agenda.


Using huge sums of money amassed during their period in power, the TPLF was able to strategically infiltrate prestigious NGOs such as Amnesty International or Human Rights Watch, as well as broadcasters such as the BBC, The Guardian, Al Jazeera, CNN and even the UN agencies including the UNHCR, WFP, and WHO. These TPLF loyalists and a network of cyber militants have been able to carry out systematic and organized operations thus, disrupting the peace process initiated by Ethiopia, Eritrea and Somalia.


Experts believe that the only weapon left for the TPLF which they exploit is their propaganda campaign.


This explains the one-sided media campaign in their favour, which is also supported by internal reports from these agencies, prepared mainly by people within this closely-knit group and linked to the Tigray People’s Liberation Front.


A large number of Tigrayans accepted as Eritrean refugees in Europe and the United States now use their refugee status to support t