Pushing false equivalence like some forces such as Tedros and others are doing is nothing more than information warfare designed to mislead their targeted audience. The purpose behind this particular propaganda campaign is to artificially manufacture widespread support for their plot to meddle in the African Union (AU)-led peace process after this continental body and the Ethiopian central government both refused to have it replaced by Western-led alternatives.
“The TPLF’s Latest Terrorist Offensive Is Meant To Punish Ethiopia For Its Summer Of Success”, yet some forces still insist on also blaming the universally recognized and democratically elected Ethiopian government for the latest round of fighting. It was precisely this false depiction of events that the Ethiopian Foreign Ministry pushed back against in its latest statement that was shared on social media. It concisely explained the background leading up to the TPLF unilaterally breaking the humanitarian truce from five months ago and poignantly concluded that “Calling on both sides to end the conflict denies the reality and will further embolden the TPLF.”
Had it not been for this tacit support that indisputably preceded the latest violence, then the TPLF wouldn’t have ever dared to raid a UN warehouse and seize 12 tankers filled with over half a million litres of fuel like the World Food Program (WFP) just confirmed took place. That organization condemned this attack against its humanitarian facility and warned that it risks worsening the already difficult living standards of that terrorist-occupied region’s people. World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who’s a card-carrying member of the TPLF, ignored these facts when claiming that his relatives there now face starvation as part of an implied “genocide”.
Earlier this month, that terrorist organization’s top global lobbyist immorally played the race card by falsely speculating that the international community’s comparative decrease in support for his group’s cause was purely attributable to racism. Since that didn’t work, he’s now trying to manipulate well-intended folks’ humanitarian concerns by omitting any mentioning of the TPLF’s raid against the WFP’s warehouse. Instead, he’s focused on misleading everyone who’ll listen into wrongly thinking that his country’s government is to blame when in reality it’s solely his own group that’s at fault. Observers must become aware of this since there’s no comparison between the TPLF and the Ethiopian government.
The first-mentioned was designated as a terrorist group by the authorities while the second is universally recognized by the international community as the democratically elected representatives of their diverse civilization-state’s people. Pushing false equivalence like some forces such as Tedros and others are doing is nothing more than information warfare designed to mislead their targeted audience. The purpose behind this particular propaganda campaign is to artificially manufacture widespread support for their plot to meddle in the African Union (AU)-led peace process after this continental body and the Ethiopian central government both refused to have it replaced by Western-led alternatives.
That was the final straw for the US and Egypt, which realized that their TPLF-driven Hybrid War of Terror on Ethiopia stood no chance of tangibly achieving any of its objectives unless their proxies resumed hostilities in a desperate last-ditch attempt to coerce unilateral concessions from Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s multipolar government. To that end, they’re attempting to put pressure on it through the earlier explained information warfare campaign connected to the false equivalence between the terrorist-designated TPLF and the central authorities, which requires another round of fighting in order to create the so-called “publicly plausible pretext” for manipulating the foreign audience.
Tedros is playing the same role that he always has, but this time it’s much less effective than ever before after activists from Ethiopia, their diaspora, and their supporters elsewhere across the world comprehensively exposed him over nearly the past two years since the start of the conflict in November 2020 as that terrorist group’s top lobbyist and thus discredited all of his false claims. Those who come across the facts that they’ve shared across social media will realize that they’re being manipulated by a toxic troll who exploits his position at the WHO in order to strategically disarm his targeted audience and thus make them more susceptible to his terrorist propaganda.
Wider awareness of this pernicious information warfare plot will inevitably reduce the chances that it’ll succeed in taking advantage of well-intended but naïve people’s humanitarian concerns, which will in turn throw a wrench in those terrorist backers’ scheme to artificially manufacture support for hijacking the AU-led peace process. For this reason, everyone who’s learned the truth about the jointly Western- and Egyptian-led TPLF-driven Hybrid War of Terror on Ethiopia should inform those of their family and friends who have an interest in it as well or are at least aware of who Tedros is. It’s about time that the world wakes up to the fact that the WHO chief is exploiting his post to push terrorist propaganda.