Exposition of the Viceroy's Viceroys.

Meles is a viceroy ("enderase") of the enemies of Ethiopia. Apparently, he has his viceroys in the opposition camp including Ledatu Ayalew and Beyene  Petros. [1] Viceroy Meles heads up the TPLF and EPRDF.

The TPLF/EPRDF have systematically attacked the organizational structures of Kinijit 1) by closing offices of Kinijit in different parts of the country 2) by imprisoning, beating, and killing  Kinijit officers and  members in the country side beginning June 2005,  3) by imprisoning the highest officials of Kinijit parties, and by continuing its killing and imprisoning Kinijit  members both in the cities and the country as of November 2005, and 4) by activating its supporters [e.g., Viceroy Ledatu] that it had implanted in Kinijit to bring disunity among Kinijit, and to wrongly appear as though some Kinijit members support the TPLF/EPRDF programs because Viceroy Ledeau and his supporters do. It must be emphasized that it was not only Kinijit but also Hebret (with viceroy Beyene Petros to disunite it) that was attacked by the TPLF/EPRDF. Neither was the general public spared from the attacks by Meles' security.  Estimates of Ethiopians killed in the cities since the May 2005 elections is in the low hundreds, while in the countryside it is in the high hundreds or even thousands according to some.

Ethiopians are not allowed to practice their religion freely as the murders, beatings, and imprisonments of the faithful, who were dancing and singing to the Arc of the Covenant symbolizing the Arc Angel Mickael of January 20, 2005 attested. In Addis Ababa,  "Police shot in the air as participants, singing and chanting religious songs to celebrate the annual St. Michael's Day, refused orders by police to disperse."  One person Died, and 22 were hurt in the ensuing violence.[2] In Dessie, the followers of the Epiphany festivities were clubbed by ant-Ethiopia security forces of Meles.  The next school-day students expressed their protests against the tyrannical regime.  "Police brutality did not spare even young students from elementary schools." For example, from Akale-Wold Preparatory School, "a girl who was wearing a wristband of an Ethiopian flag was killed."  [3] Dancing to the Arc of the Covenant,  that began by King David of Jerusalem has been practiced in Ethiopia since the arrival of the Holly Arc during the days of Menelik I, the son of King Solomon.  That Jewish practice is seamlessly enshrined in the Ethiopia Tewahedo Orthodox Christian religion.

The troubles and tribulations of Ethiopians implemented by Viceroy Meles do not seem to abate. Ethiopians are not allowed to watch soccer games in their own stadium and support the team they please as TPLF/EPRDF forces beat and imprison them at will as was evident in the June 29, 2005 event in Addis Ababa. Students in non-Tgrey areas are not allowed to attend classes or take exams as TPLF/EPRDF cadres distribute pamphlets asking students not to take exams and security forces await students in their classrooms only to beat them up and place them in jails. Civil servants who refuse Meles' orders to perform illegal activities are assassinated.  A case in point is the manager of the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia, Ato Gezahagn Yilma, who warned NGOs to
withdraw their funds from the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia, and who refused to transfer the money in the Bank to the Finance Minister. After the bank manger was assassinated thousands of Ethiopians queued from January 27 through 30 to withdraw their money from the bank. [4] All of these atrocities committed against non-Tigrey Ethiopians indicate that the conditions in Ethiopia  are absolutely ripe for armed struggle against the TPLF/EPRDF. Some would argue that an armed struggle is inevitable.  There are many, however, that still yearn for a nonviolent struggle against Tyrant Meles and his TPLF/EPRDF.

The nonviolent movement has to operate in a condition made nearly impossible by the actions of Viceroy Meles.  It has been suggested, that the nonviolent movement must transition from the passive nonviolence to an active nonviolence mode [5] The active mode of nonviolence would require that a Kinijit Support Group Task Force (KSGTF) ought to activate, modulate, and implement different peaceful disobedience activities in separate places and times so that the TPLF/EPRDF security forces will disrupt themselves in trying to kill, beat and imprison 74 million Ethiopians.  The task force must coordinate with other opposition entities in Ethiopia as it implements programs of active disobedience across the land. This program requires that such a task force must be present and must act. Purely wishing that such a task force should exist is not enough. The purpose of the task force is to meet two specific goals: secure the release Kinijit leaders and other political prisoners, and to implement the eight-point principles of Kinijit.

1.Terms after http://www.ethiox.com/articles2/marega01132005.html
2 http://english.epochtimes.com/news/6-1-20/37201.html
4. 30 January 2006,http://www.ethioforum.org/
5. .ProfessorGetatchew Haile:http://kinijit.org/content.asp?ContentId=1207