President Obama and Ethiopia’s Call for Freedom (Video)

Ethiopian journalist and freedom activist Abebe Gellaw interrupted President Barack Obama at a Democratic National Committee Fundraiser. He called on President Obama to support freedom for Ethiopia and stand with the oppressed people of Ethiopia. The U.S. has been funding the tyrannical regime in Ethiopia, which is routinely accused of committing gross human rights violations including extrajudicial killings, torture, jailing journalists, bloggers and activists.

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2 Responses to President Obama and Ethiopia’s Call for Freedom (Video)

  1. Zenaru

    May 19, 2014 at 10:43 AM

    Those who rejected by Democratic process will try to capture power and attention through corruption and heckling. The good thing is, it does not matter how much you shout and heckle the American president’s speech there will never no power for such corrupted hecklers.

  2. Zelalem

    May 19, 2014 at 6:50 PM

    I have heard that the extremist neftegna (Mr. Abebe Gelebaw) will be throwing his shoes at president Obama next.