SHEDDING LIGHT ON THE TRUTH.
As Tigrayan militia men were preparing to film.. But God Miraculously saved the region..
More than seven months after the Tigray crisis broke out, there has been mass disinformation and propaganda from the Tigray region. The TPLF terrorists launched an attack on Ethiopian army barracks provoking a law enforcement operation by Ethiopian forces. Information from the ground is distorted from the beginning due to unfounded facts released by pro TPLF media with aid from foreign media outlets to spread propaganda, same situation in 1980. TPLF fighters use stage actors and merchants to fool western aid workers and western media of the current situation in the region.
Five decades after, the truth about the current Tigray crisis are revealed.
A light at the end of the tunnel
According to a survey carefully carried out by polish European antroplologist and European migrant, Dr Natalia Paszkiewicz, several Eritrean refugees from Hitsats camp were shot at by desperate TPLF fighters as a response to their denial to surrender.
Eritreans are caught up in the web as the country is home for thousands of runaway Tigrayans fleeing the conflict but unfortunately caught in between the two fighting camps. The report from Dr Paszekiewicz also says that thousands of refugees have been massacred in an attempt to flee the camps while others are viciously raped and murdered by pitiless Tigrayan forces. According to Dr Paszkiewicz report, Tigrayan militias rounded up other refugees altogether 80 in a gold excavation ditch and threw hand grenade into it killing some and injuring others who didn’t survive due to lack of medical attention. Disturbing information from the camps also affirms that some refugees were forced to vest themselves in Eritrean army uniforms and assigned to cut off breasts of women from the group of refugees. Hidden activities in the Tigray crisis are far and wide. The TPLF incriminates Ethiopian and Eritrean forces by using similar army uniform to sabotage their image. Uniforms gotten from the TPLF producing Almedia textile factory created since the mid 2020. These indirect incriminations go a long way to refute accusations of crimes against humanity levied on Ethiopian and Eritrean forces.
"The man I spoke to had to make his way out removing dead bodies which surrounded him in the ditch,” said Dr Paszkiewicz, adding that he waited about 30 minutes until the militia left.
It is unknown if this Tigrayan militia similarly photographed or filmed those dead bodies to be used for propaganda purpose against the Ethiopian and Eritrean governments.
TPLF satellite tv & affiliated diaspora media operatives have repeatedly posted or broadcasted tactics coaching their audience in Tigray on how to produce anti-government content, how to interact with foreign journalists and even where to meet those journalists.
Since the Tigray war broke out, Alex de Waal who was hired as Director of World Peace Foundation has allegedly disseminated military communique propaganda directly from TPLF leaders and published over 25 articles in various western media in defense of TPLF.
Recently, several diaspora pro-TPLF Tigrayans have also hired expensive lobbyists in the United States to push alternative facts about Tigray; including a Virginia based Tigrayan organization, while pro-TPLF groups have also paid tens of thousands of dollars for advertisement in Western media markets.
Consequently, critics have been quick to contrast the millions of dollars wasted by Tigrayan diaspora to help TPLF on the one hand, compared with the millions of dollars fundraised by Ethiopians to support Tigray relief efforts. In some cases, Tigrayan militia have been accused of ambushing passenger and humanitarian delivery vehicles in roads leading to towns. Accordingly, interim Tigrayan officials on the ground have confirmed that TPLF insurgents were intentionally blocking food aid routes and they have asked the international community to condemn these unlawful acts, instead of disseminating the narrative of TPLF insurrectionists.
According to BBC and other media, several former members of the TPLF and whistleblowers have revealed how TPLF fighters staged actors and merchants to “fool” western aid workers. The explosive reports disclosed that up to 95 percent of money raised for the famine was stolen by TPLF leaders in the 1980s, leading to the death of hundreds of thousands of their own people – ethnic Tigrayans. Consequently, many independent observers believe the key to reducing further humanitarian crisis and death toll in Tigray today is the international community condemning the TPLF insurgents whose leaders have been emboldened by the success of their propaganda campaign influencing Western media.