The Embassy of the State of Eritrea to the United Kingdom and Ireland is saddened by the unfortunate event that took the life of two members of the National Service and eleven injured in Asmara last Sunday.
At a time of this regrettable incident, the Embassy is saddened by the crocodile tears and unsubstantiated conspiracies by an undignified few attempting to exploit and politicize this poignant occurrence. Those individuals have resorted to deliberately attempting to misinform the public and cause mayhem to promote their political and personal agendas. Continue reading Statement from the Embassy of the State of Eritrea in UK→
I have heard stories too good for Eritrea. I was once told by a friend that this demonized country is not as exactly as what we are told out here. At first, I never gave it a serious thought. Then, after recalling my ears’ and eyes’ loyal service to the only news sites that are readily available to us, I noticed something. The friend said Eritrea is one such country where the system makes it hard for ministers to live a life above everyone else’s just on ministerial perks. He said the country has strict disciplinarians in policy making positions. Continue reading The Misplacing of Eritrean Refugees Status on the Political System of a Sovereign Asmara→
Christopher John Fox in his 1983 book, “INFORMATION AND MISINFORMATION – An Investigation of the Notions of Information, Misinformation, Informing, and Misinforming” wrote the following about “information”:
“… Information seems to be everywhere. We talk of its being encoded in the genes, so it must be carried in every living cell of every living thing. We say that it is disseminated by media of communication, so it must be transmitted around the world by wire, microwave, laser light, and radio wave, broadcast by television and radio, and printed in newspapers, magazines, journals, and so on. We say that information is exchanged in conversation, so it must be present in billions of the utterances occurring every day. Information is also said to be contained in all sorts of things, including books, letters, telegrams, films, tapes, computers, and minds… Libraries are overflowing with it, institutions are bogged down by it, and people are over- loaded with it… Information, then, is as ubiquitous as air, or heat, or water. But it differs from these latter things in having a far more mysterious nature. For although we can say quite exactly what air, heat, and water are, no one seems to know exactly what information is… ” Continue reading Eritrea: Information is Ammunition→
THE independence of Eritrea is a result of ultimate sacrifices paid by the gallant citizens without any reservation. People paid what they own. Their life was given for the sake of the future of the nation and future generations. Within the country and in the Diasporas people did all what they can do to support the revered fight for independence and freedom. Continue reading Eritrea’s Independence is Revered→