Category: Ethiopia

UN chief: “Restore trust and inspire hope” to UN General Assembly.

With humanity on the edge of an abyss, and moving in the wrong direction, the world must wake up“, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said in his keynote address to the UN General Assembly on Tuesday.

Antonio Guterres called for greater action in areas such as climate policy, gender equality and closing the gap between rich and poor.

“This is our time.

A moment for transformation. 

An era to re-ignite multilateralism. 

An age of possibilities,” the UN Secretary-General told world leaders and ambassadors.      

“Let us restore trust. 

Let us inspire hope.

And let us start right now.”

Amid “the greatest cascade of crises in our lifetimes”, which include the COVID-19 pandemic, the climate emergency, and upheaval in places such as Afghanistan, Ethiopia and Yemen.

Mr. Guterres singled out one disturbing image as indicative of the present moment, citing “the picture we have seen from some parts of the world of COVID-19 vaccines…in the garbage.

Expired and unused”.

“On the one hand, we see the vaccines developed in record time, a victory of science and human ingenuity.

On the other hand, we see that triumph undone by the tragedy of a lack of political will, selfishness and mistrust.”

For the UN Secretary-General, the fact that most wealthier countries are vaccinated, while more than 90 per cent of Africans are still awaiting their first dose, was “a moral indictment of the state of our world” and “an obscenity”, according UN News.

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Haile Selassie Speech to the United Nations in 1963 (video).

Speech by Haile Selassie to the United Nations member states in 1963 at the UN Headquarter in New York in the General Assembly Hall.

Bob Marley made a song of this speech called: war.

Here is the video of the speech by Haile Selassie to the United Nations member states in 1963:

Haile Selassie Speech to the United Nations in 1963.

Here is what Haile Selassie adresses:

“Until the philosophy which holds one race superior and another inferior is finally and permanently discredited and abandoned.

That until there are no longer first-class and second class citizens of any nation.

That until the color of a man’s skin is of no more significance than the color of his eyes.

That until the basic human rights are equally guaranteed to all without regard to race.

That until that day, the dream of lasting peace and world citizenship and the rule of international morality will remain but a fleeting illusion, to be pursued but never attained.”

The World Government Movement believes Haile Selassie is the second coming of Jesus Christ explained in this article.

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Bob Marley Quotes Psalm 87 about Haile Selassie.

It is written in Psalm 87 that Jesus Christ is born in Ethiopia.

Watch the video below to see how Bob Marley quotes Psalm 87 about Haile Selassie.

In this almost unknown video Bob Marley recites Psalm 87 that Haile Selassie is born in Ethiopia.

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Bob Marley quotes Psalms 87 about Haile Selassie.

Here is Psalm 87 of the King James Version:

Psalm 87 

1His foundation is in the holy mountains.

The Lord loveth the gates of Zion more than all the dwellings of Jacob.

Glorious things are spoken of thee, O city of God. Selah.

I will make mention of Rahab and Babylon to them that know me: behold Philistia, and Tyre, with Ethiopia; this man was born there.

And of Zion it shall be said, This and that man was born in her: and the highest himself shall establish her.

The Lord shall count, when he writeth up the people, that this man was born there. Selah.

As well the singers as the players on instruments shall be there: all my springs are in thee.

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Was Haile Selassie the second coming of Jesus Christ?

Haile Selassie is the second coming of Jesus Christ according Rastas because He is the son of King David, according the Bible.

Please read the whole story to understand why Haile Selassie is the second coming of Jesus Christ.

It is often in the Bible (old testament) written that the son of king David will be the promised Messiah (Jesus Christ).

This prophecy came true because Yeshua (the Hebrew name for Jesus, +-2000 years ago), the first coming of Jesus Christ (crusified for the sins of men) is from the offspring of King David.

Joseph, the father of Jesus is a descendant of King David.

But I did a big discovery: Haile Selassie I is born from the root of King David as well!

I will explain you why Haile Selassie is born from the offspring of King David as well according the Bible:

King David was as you maybe know the King of Israel (ca. 1000 BCE).

His second son, King Solomon who succeeded his father as King of Israel had a visit, this is written in the Bible, with the Queen of Ethiopia: the Queen of Sheba.

You have to have some Bible knowledge to know that King Solomon was the second son of King David, but succeeded King David as King of Israel because the first son of King David was killed.

After the meeting between King Solomon and the Queen of Sheba they got a child together: Menelik I.

Menelik I was the first emperor of Ethiopia and descent of King David, ruling in the 10th century BC.

Here it is: Haile Selassie is a descendant of Menelik I, so Haile Selassie is born from the root of king David.

The whole bloodline from King David to Haile Selassie I is written in the Holy Ethiopian book Kebra Nagast.

The Divine bloodline from King Solomon (Solomon is the second son of King David) to Haile Selassie is called the Solomonic Dynasty.

Haile Selassie I was the last King from the Divine bloodline from the root of King David, and the King of Ethiopia was called King of Kings.

Jesus Christ is called King of Kings as well in the Bible, so this can not be a coincidence.

So the whole point is: Haile Selassie I is from the offspring of King David: son of David!

That’s why Haile Selassie I is Jesus Christbecause He is son of King David according the Bible.

Jesus Christ is born twice from the root of King David!

Ras Tafari Makonnen, the original name of Haile Selassie I, was born on the 23th of July 1892 and confirmed death at the 27th of August 1975.

Haile Selassie I was an Ethiopian regent from 1916 to 1930 and emperor from 1930 to 1974 and did great things for mankind!

Haile Selassie I was as King of Ethiopia founding member of the:

  • United Nations (1945).
  • The World Bank (1944).
  • The Organisation of African Unity (1963), (this is today the African Union).
  • The Food and Agriculture Organization (1945) and more…

One of His biggest disciples was Reggae musician Bob Marley, because the word of the prophet Bob Marley reached the whole world.

Bob Marley was a leading figure in the Rastafari Movement, and preached the gospel about Haile Selassie being Christ in his music.

Bob Marley praising Haile Selassie I
Haile Selassie in the book of Revelation

In conclusion: Haile Selassie is the Biblical second coming of Jesus Christ because He is an offspring of King David.

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UN chief gravely concerned over ‘unspeakable violence’ in Tigray (Ethiopia).

Speaking outside the UN Security Council chamber on Thursday, UN chief António Guterres told journalists that he is gravely concerned about the situation in Ethiopia, particularly the “unspeakable violence” against women and others in Tigray.

The Secretary-General’s remarks came on World Humanitarian Day, and he recognized humanitarians “and the many millions of people they strive to help everyday”. 

He described the misery of the Ethiopian people, and the “hellish” humanitarian conditions they are facing, with millions in need and infrastructure destroyed.

The spread of the conflict, he added, has “ensnared even more people in its horror”.

Now is the time to put an end to the suffering”, stressed Mr. Guterres.

“It is time for all parties to recognize that there is no military solution, and it is vital to preserve the unity and stability of Ethiopia which is critical to the region and beyond”.

To “give peace a chance” in Ethiopia, the Secretary-General appealed for action on three fronts:

  • an immediate end to hostilities;
  • guaranteed, unrestricted humanitarian access, together with the re-establishment of public services in all affected areas;
  • and the creation of conditions that “allow for the start of an Ethiopian-led political dialogue to find a solution for the crisis”.

“Such a dialogue can contribute to addressing the underlying causes of the conflict and ensure Ethiopian voices direct the pathway to peace”, the UN chief explained, calling each of these steps “critical” to a peaceful settlement.

Mr. Guterres assured journalists that the UN continues to have a humanitarian presence in and near Tigray, although there is a lack of full humanitarian access.

The UN chief added that the UN would continue to work together with the African Union and other partners “to support the Ethiopian people on the way to peace and reconciliation”, according UN News.

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UN relief chief: ceasefire in Tigray (Ethiopia) more urgent than ever.

A ceasefire in Tigray (Ethiopia) on humanitarian grounds is needed now more than ever if a massive aid operation across frontlines is to succeed, the UN’s emergency relief chief said on Friday.

Speaking in Geneva, Martin Griffiths highlighted the urgency of the situation for all those affected in the northern Ethiopian region, after eight months of fighting between Government forces and those loyal to the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF).

Earlier this week, the UN senior official warned that 200,000 people had been displaced by fighting in neighbouring Amhara region, along with more than 50,000 in Afar.

“This war has to stop, this war has to end; we will all of us continue to try to make sure that those 100 trucks a day reach Mekelle, reach the beneficiaries”, Mr. Griffiths insisted.

“We will do everything we can to help the people affected in Amhara and Afar, while continuing the work in other parts of Ethiopia.”

Highlighting the logistical challenge of negotiating aid access into Tigray while the violence continues, the UN emergency relief chief said that he had “no reason to doubt” the ceasefire announced by Ethiopian premier Abiy Ahmed, who he met in the capital Addis Ababa earlier this week, along with other senior government leaders.

“The Prime Minister has issued a unilateral ceasefire, he repeated his commitment to it on the two occasions that we met, and I have no reason to doubt that at all.

For the Tigrayans who are spreading the war into the south and east, into Afar and Amhara, they need to take into account that without that ceasefire, we will try to get those 100 trucks in, but it’s going to be easier for the Tigrayan people if the war is stopped.”

400,000 face famine

Since conflict erupted last November, humanitarian needs have grown, amid killings, looting and destruction of health centres and farming infrastructure, including irrigation systems that are vital to successful harvests.

Some 400,000 people face famine in Tigray, UN humanitarians have warned repeatedly, in recent weeks.

“They need food, the harvest which has recently been planted is likely only to produce between a quarter, and maximum a half, of its likely production.

So, the need for food is going to go right through until next year,” said Mr. Griffiths, according UN News.

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United Nations warns of more violence famine worsening in the region in Tigray.

UNITED NATIONS/ADDIS ABABA, July 2

The United Nations said on Friday conflict could rapidly flare again in Ethiopia‘s Tigray and that famine was worsening in the region, where local fighters declared victory this week after an eight-month war with central government and allied forces.

Recent fighting in the Tigray region of Ethiopia has resulted in a famine that is now affecting more than 400,000 people, UN officials say.

In its first public meeting on the crisis, members of the UN Security Council warned that as many as 33,000 children were severely malnourished.

Officials said that a further 1.8m people were on the brink of famine as a result of the eight-month conflict.

They also warned of further clashes despite the declaration of a ceasefire.

The Ethiopian government, which has been fighting regional forces in Tigray, declared a unilateral ceasefire on Monday.

However, rebels vowed to drive their “enemies” from the region and there have been reports of sporadic clashes as pressure builds internationally for all sides in the conflict to pull back.

Flag of Ethiopia

The fighting between the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) and the Ethiopian government forces has already left thousands of people dead and more than two million people have been displaced.

All sides in the conflict have been accused of carrying out mass killings and human rights violations.

Fighting must stop

“All groups must stop fighting to allow humanitarian aid to get through unimpeded and to protect civilians…It is essential that we act fast and without any further obstruction,” Mr. Rajasingham said.

Both officials strongly condemned targeted attacks which have taken the lives of at least 12 humanitarian workers, including three from Médecins Sans Frontières staffers, just last week.

We thank Reuters News and UN News for poviding this news.

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Is Haile Selassie the incarnation of Jesus Christ?

Haile Selassie (Ras Tafari Makonnen) 23 July 1892 – 27 August 1975.

Haile Selassie I was an Ethiopian regent from 1916 to 1930 and emperor from 1930 to 1974.

Haile Selassie is the second coming of Jesus Christ according Rastafarians because He is the son of King David.

Haile Selassie is the son of Kind David

One of His biggest disciples was Reggae musician Bob Marley.

Haile Selassie is considered as the son of king David, King David is known in the Bible as well as in the Quran).

It is often in the Bible (old testament) written that the son of king David will be the Messiah.

King David was as you maybe know the King of Israel (ca. 1000 BCE).

I did a big discovery when I read the Holy Bible and will reveal it here to you: Jesus Christ is born twice from the root of king David.

Yeshua (Jesus) was His Hebrew name in Israel around 2000 year ago.

Yeshua (Jesus) is born from the root of King David, the bloodline of King David goes to Jesus His father Joseph.

Haile Selassie (his original name: Ras Tafari Makonnen) wich Rastafarians believe is the second coming of Jesus Christ, is also born from the root of King David.

Haile Selassie born from the root of king David

That’s why Haile Selassie I is Jesus, He is son of King David in the Bible.

Here is the story: King Solomon (King of Israel) had a visit and sex with the Queen of Ethiopia: Queen of Sheba.

Solomon gave Queen of Sheba a son: Menelik I.

Menelik I was the first emperor of Ethiopia and of Hebrew descent, ruling in the 10th century BC.

Haile Selassie is a descendant of Menelik I, so born from the root of king David.

In conclusion: Haile Selassie is the Biblical second coming of Jesus Christ because He is from the root of King David.

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