Sunday, December 7, 2014

A Christmas Present For Eritrea: God Speaking to Eritrea's President Isaias Afworki, "LET MY PEOPLE GO!"

           In a small despotic country named Eritrea, which sits on the western edge of the Red Sea, I ask almighty God to step in a remove the dictator Isaias Afworki, and to let loose seven plagues upon Eritrea until this modern day Pharaoh surrenders his country to its citizens.
           If Moses were alive today, he would be in a steel shipping container sitting in a prison camp for rising up against a tyrannical despot. The population of Eritrea is 60% youth aged 1-24 years old. The average life span is 60 years old. In a country of only 6 million people, whose population is declining every year, 50% of children live in poverty. 
           The country is a desert hell hole. The lack of freedoms that these people endure at the hands of Afworki, the imprisonment of all dissenters including the press, the starving of his country's children, the enslavement of minors into conscripted military service, the selling of children into slave trafficking and sex trafficking to other countries in the immoral Middle East, the complete disregard for human rights and the disregard for the freedoms and liberties that were given the citizens of Eritrea by God Almighty and then by the United Nations in 1993. 
            I ask you to join me in asking God to strike down this despot as he did Muammar Gaddafi, and to turn his soul inside out until he acknowledges you to be his Lord and Saviour and repents of his evil life and releases all captives from their prisons and steel shipping crates, disbands his corrupt government, and surrenders his country to God so that democracy can grow and democratic elections can be held next year. 

This is what has happened to Freedom of Speech in Eritrea over   the past ten years...

Won't you intervene on their behalf? Will you hold Eritrea's president accountable for his many Human Rights Violations? Say you will, and give Eritrea the best Christmas present that you could ever give them- freedom and democracy.

Only then can Eritrea  become economically stable.

Please contact your fellow politicians and Human Rights advocates in Africa, the Middle East, and the European Union. Remove this despot from his abusive seat of power and return this once Godly nation back to its citizens.

Thank you and Have Yourself a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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