Monthly Archives: January 2011

Ethiopianism Poetics: Ethiopia by Joni Mitchell

 Ethiopia by Joni Mitchell Hot winds and hunger cries-Ethiopia Flies in your babies’ eyes-Ethiopia Walking sticks on burning plains Betrayed by politics Abandoned by the rains On and on-the human need On and on-the human greed profanes Ethiopia-Ethiopia-Ethiopia Your top … Continue reading

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Killing in the name of Ethiopia in the land called Rwanda — The Curse of Ham

“Léon Mugesera thus legitimised the Hamitic Ideology, and successfully incited the Hutu to send the Tutsi “back to Ethiopia” through River Nyabarongo.” http://www.newtimes.co.rw/print.php?issue=14181&print&article=6299 The Hamitic Hypothesis derives mainly from the Bible in the book of Genesis 9:18-27. These verses recount … Continue reading

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Ethiopianism Poetics: Ethiop by David Rain

Ethiop By David Rain We find that maize may often drop Upon the plains of Ethiop, Though puzzled children, nosing near, Will make us wonder what we fear In Ethiop, in Ethiop. The pianist tinkles ‘You’re the Top’ In Harry’s … Continue reading

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Ethiopianism Poetics: Rule Ethiopia

Ethiopianism Poetics: Rule Ethiopia   Rule Ethiopia By Iris Lucille Patterson Rule on! O gallant Ethiopia, rule! Millions of foes around thee press; But, ere the ruthless friends find their tools Will reach that wished-for-spot, that blissful, hallowed rest! Rule … Continue reading

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Soles in Ethiopia – Documentary Teaser

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Addis Ababa L9 Pallasite Meteorite (Kryponite)

In Superman: The Movie, Lex Luthor (Gene Hackman) and his cronies Eve Teschmacher and Otis (portrayed by Valerie Perrine and Ned Beatty, respectively) track a large chunk to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where they steal it from a museum under the … Continue reading

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Ethiopianism Poetics: Shakespeare

  From Romeo and Juliet (Upon seeing Juliet for the first time) O, she doth teach the torches to burn bright! It seems she hangs upon the cheek of night Like a rich jewel in an Ethiop’s ear; Beauty too … Continue reading

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