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There is no difference between an Axumite or


You know, for somebody who complained about my 3rd generation mutilation of your language, it surprizes me that you do not transliterate Aksum correctly, because you know there is no letter X in the Feedel (feedel=Abyssinian Alphabet).

Don't get upset... I am only poking fun at you, brother,(but also making a valid point at the same time).

I clearly remember how on Medrek how you once told me something like this:

"I find it very interesting the way you spell it 'Aksum' instead of like most English speakers"

(I am paraphrasing from memory, not trying to directly quote).

Do you remember that? That was you and not someone else, yes?

Anyway, remember I am not the only Abesha who has been raised without any Abesha culture. One day the thousands of 2nd generation Abesha-American teenagers all over Myspace and Facebook will regret that the only non-English language they ever learned is "Hip-Hop" and they will awaken, like me, to the fact that they are missing something, having never l;earned their Abesha culture because theyw ere too busy enjoying being Americans. Then when they reach their mid thirties in age, they will think "How can I pass my culture on to my grandkids if I rejected it all of my youth!" and then that is when they get hiot with what I call "the riptide of reverse culture-shock" or "lost culture-shock" and then like me they will scramble, if they care about it, to learn what they missed out on all the years of their youth.


Well, it helps when people raised back home use correct transliteration so that we learn the feedel and the languages more correctly. That is a small thing to ask of you... NOT to succumb to the temptation to anglicize your native language when writing it in english letters. Because though the aplphabet IS different, the phonetic combination of english letters CAN be done fairly correctly if you try, including other latin-based characters such as ñ instead of writing gn or ny. Because ñ is a one-character equivilent to a character in the feedel. When such a thing exists, use it. Most people know to add the Y sound when they see that ~ above the English letter n. There are not always a latin-based character that you can use, so then you have to combine latin-based characters to get the right sound representation, but the problem with X is that it has no corresponding single character in the feedel. In Amharic Aksum IS an exact transliteration from the corresponding feedel characters. So when you spell it Aksum, you are helping to teach those who were not as fortunate as you to grow up in your ancestral homeland.
Unless, like a purist, perhaps you don't care about us who were raised without our culture and now want to learn our culture properly because we want to repatriate. If you feel we are too ferenje to repatriate, why not be part of the solution by helping instead of just complaining. After all, isn't that the compassionate Christian thing to do? To help instead of condemn? Tell me if I am right or not about that particular point, Deacon Kibirye.


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I agree with you. since we are all here interesetd in seing the monarchy restored, and the exit of the republic,we should stick together about the common goal.



I much rather see the Aksumite monarchy or at least the Abyssinian monarchy restored. I am sure there are those who might have a problem with that, but I remain unmoved by that.

They are not synonymous any more than if you were asking a Sicilian tocall himself an Italian, or asking a Corsican to call himself French or asking a Kurd to call himself a Turk or an Iraqi. They won't have it. Imerely assert that I have the very same right to my preferred national identity as said other people groups assert.

i might be wrong, but i would believe everybody here would prefer the monarchy restored, be it ethiopian, abyssinian or axumite.



I think maybe your quote of my words and your own reply might accidentally have been mixed up, but disregarding that, I still did understand and appreciate what you said.

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As member of this forum what can we do to help restore the monarchy of Ethiopia?  It come a time that will must move from discussing about the restoration and begin the process of actually restore it.  Should create and active Ethiopian monarchist party here in the U.S. or just stay and talk about a restoration here in this forum instead?

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I'd suggest:

Show support for the pretender(s) by sending notes of encouragement.

Financial aid to the Monarchist Charities (if there are any associated with the Crown).

Show support publicly (on your internet pages, etc).

Talks favourable of it - here an elsewhere.


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Your responses are so frequent and so massive I simply can't keep up.  However, for the record, please note that I have no problem with the way you spell Aksum or Axum.  It is after all not a word designed for the Latin alphabet but for the Ge'ez alphabet, and so neither is incorrect.  Aksum is more accurate phonetically, but Axum is just as common in general usage. 

I will correct you however in that an Ethiopian is never refered to as Ato in conjunction with his last name, only with his first name.  If a man is named Tewodros Asrat, he would be called Ato Tewodros, not Ato Asrat.  Ato Asrat would be his father.  The same applies with the title of deacon.

I don't make a judgement as to whether you are too "ferenj" (foriegn) to be repatriated to Ethiopia.  I will tell you that your views about the name Ethiopia will put you far beyond the views of virtually all monarchists and non-monarchists in Ethiopia, and put you in the camp of the anti-monarchist "Greater Eritrea" seperatists, Somali irridentists, and Oromo independence advocates.  You will find that as welcoming as "Abesha" people are, especially to those who have Ethiopian blood, they aren't particularly tolerant towards those who denegrate the name for which they and their parents and grandparents have shed their blood.  You will find it hard enough to be a monarchist as it is.  Learning about your ancestral culture is one thing, but coming to some wildly divergent conclusions will not make repatiration easy for you.  All I will say is God help you.

You mention that you know of Ethiopians who are racist.  Racism exists in all societies.  However I would call it xenophobia rather than racism, as this type of behavior was not reserved only for other blacks.  Yes there are Ethiopians who reject being called black, but they also refuse to be called arabs or white.  The fact is, Ethiopians are sub-Saharan blacks with a large dose of Semetic blood by way of southern Arabia and the Holy Land.  The Ethiopian Highlands protected the Christian and Jewish communities from being overwhelmed by Islam which took over the lowlands and cut them off from their co-religionists in the rest of the world. It is not unusual for isolated highlanders to hold themselves culturally aloof from outsiders, especially in these conditions, no matter how welcoming they might be towards said outsiders.

Forgive me if I don't post in your "Abyssinian" thread, as any thread that rejects the Oromo and southern people as not being integral parts of the Empire is anathema to me.  It makes my skin crawl.  The Ethiopian monarchy that I believe in, and which is endorsed by all monarchists in Ethiopia calls for an Emperor of the House of Solomon reigning over Amharas, Tigreans (including Aksumites, Mekeleites and Adwaites), Tigres, Oromos, Sidamas, Gurages, Agews, Harraris, Bela Shanguls, Anuaks, Nuers, Kembatas, Wolaitas, Afars, Somalis, Beni Amers, Bete Israels, etc from every corner of Ethiopia as it was following the reunion of Eritrea with Ethiopia in 1951.  An "Aksumite" Empire that rejects the non-semetic parts of the Empire is anathema to me.  The view of separateing the "Abyssinian" from the rest of Ethiopia is actually a very anti-monarchist view.  To post to an "Abyssinian" monarchist thread would be as natural for me as posting to a Fascist thread that advocated the restoration of the House of Savoy on the Imperial throne of Italian East Africa.  It's a matter of principle. 

You also stated somewhere (not sure where in your many posts) that assassins did away with Empress Zewditu in order to enthrone Emperor Haile Selassie.  This is a terrible character assasination of both His Late Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie and his supporters, and the many people who served Empress Zewditu.  It has been irrefutably been shown and documented that the Empress was suffering from diabetes, and in her last days, this was further complicated by a severe fever, and the stress of her husband's rebellion.  Recently, her many anguished and quite angry letters to her husband Ras Gugsa Wele demanding he halt his rebellion against the central government completely dispell any rumors that she was abetting him against her heir, Nigus Taffari Makonnen.  I have told you before that I don't like throwing around my own personal connections, so I'll leave it to say that my family has long been associated with the Imperial palace, and know many others with similar connection, and I know from their account that the Empress' death was a natural death, and that His Late Majesty Haile Selassie I and his supporters were all quite stunned to learn of her death, thinking that her illness was not as serious as it evidently was. 

Thank you for your New Years wishes, and I hope you have a "Melkam Addis Amet" as well.

Empress Zewditu by skibriye.
Her Imperial Majesty Empress Zewditu I,
Conquering Lion of Judah, Elect of God, Queen of Kings of Ethiopia. 


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Your responses are so frequent and so massive I simply can't keep up.  


It is also very taxing on my time as well. I won't say I have better things to do, because I believe it important to publish a lot of what I do, here or elsewhere. But it is quite taxing.

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However, for the record, please note that I have no problem with the way you spell Aksum or Axum.  It is after all not a word designed for the Latin alphabet but for the Ge'ez alphabet, and so neither is incorrect.  Aksum is more accurate phonetically, but Axum is just as common in general usage.   


I agree. By the way, there is an equivalent for x in the Iigriña feedel and the original Ge'ez, but I have never seen it in any version of the Amharic feedel, but maybe you had a reason for not mentioning that when I brought up that the Amharic feedel seems to have no equivalent of x. But even in Tigriña they spell it the same. Learning these languages is starting to become more interesting as I inch my way along.

Try for a moment to imagine how it must be for a 50 year old man who is just starting to learn not only a new language but THREE and they all use a script that is foreign to what he was taught to read and he has to do it all by himself and he has a techno-oriented mind of an Asperger's Savant with very strong abilities of the left brain but lower than normal abilities of the right brain, the half that does language, arts, etc. When you add all that together, it is like the house cat trying to eat an elephant all alone with no help and the elephant is still alive and beating the heck out of the cat. I am the cat and the elephant is the task I have taken on of learning that which my mind is not even wired to learn. So when it comes to language, try to have some compassion on me. The little cat is trying to bag himself an elephant and drag it home to eat. He doesn't need negativity added to his burden.

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I will correct you however in that an Ethiopian is never refered to as Ato in conjunction with his last name, only with his first name.  If a man is named Tewodros Asrat, he would be called Ato Tewodros, not Ato Asrat.  Ato Asrat would be his father.  The same applies with the title of deacon. 


Thank you for that.

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I don't make a judgement as to whether you are too "ferenj" (foriegn) to be repatriated to Ethiopia. 


It came across that way. I get that all the time when people see what color it has made me being half Italian Jew from my mom and a lot of Sicilian blood from my Afro-European father. I am a lot of shades lighter than you, according to what I saw at your Flickr page. Some people think that is a blessing. I have found it to be a curse because Italians call me traitor for loving Abesha people so much more than they think I should and Abesha often look at me as an outcast too. Not being like everyone else has never been easy for anyone in my position. You can not imagine how it feels to be in the middle of the color line with white racist on one side and black racists on the other. The weird thing is that muslims I know from West Africa (Gambian, Yoruba Nigerians and Ashanti from Ghana, they were always willing to be friendly and always told me if I became muslim I would be seen as their equal. Of course I never even considered such an offer, but it is strange how they were willing to be much nicer to me than some people who call themselves Christians. But of course I'd rather die than betray Yah'shua.

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I will tell you that your views about the name Ethiopia will put you far beyond the views of virtually all monarchists and non-monarchists in Ethiopia, and put you in the camp of the anti-monarchist "Greater Eritrea" seperatists, Somali irridentists, and Oromo independence advocates. 


How can it put me in the camp of my enemies. I choose what camp I am in. Not someone else. I think you mean to say that I would be prejudges as being from such camps. Yes? Is that what you meant?

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You will find that as welcoming as "Abesha" people are, especially to those who have Ethiopian blood, they aren't particularly tolerant towards those who denegrate the name for which they and their parents and grandparents have shed their blood. 


It is due to miseducation. Somewhere along the line they failed to see that it was always a Greek racial slur intended to mock us. Now we call ourself by that slur. I guess that makes us alot liek American blacks who call themself the N-word. That makes me very sad.

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You will find it hard enough to be a monarchist as it is.  Learning about your ancestral culture is one thing, but coming to some wildly divergent conclusions will not make repatiration easy for you. 


Yes, that has already been made clear by many before you. Especially when online where people feel more relaxed about saying harsh things.

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All I will say is God help you. 


If that means you are lifting me up in prayer, I appreciate that.

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You mention that you know of Ethiopians who are racist.  Racism exists in all societies.  


You are speaking the truth there, that is certain. I used to dispise PR people before I met a few who were truly sincere Christians. That humbled me about my past bigoted notions. After that I decided to only jduge by behavior, not by genetic origin. There is no superior race, because we are all one human race with many ethnicities.

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However I would call it xenophobia rather than racism, as this type of behavior was not reserved only for other blacks.  Yes there are Ethiopians who reject being called black, but they also refuse to be called arabs or white.  The fact is, Ethiopians are sub-Saharan blacks with a large dose of Semetic blood by way of southern Arabia and the Holy Land.  The Ethiopian Highlands protected the Christian and Jewish communities from being overwhelmed by Islam which took over the lowlands and cut them off from their co-religionists in the rest of the world. It is not unusual for isolated highlanders to hold themselves culturally aloof from outsiders, especially in these conditions, no matter how welcoming they might be towards said outsiders. 


That was also my observation. I understand why the practice began, but I do not feel it is justified, except when you remove the ethnic perspective and only look at the religious and behavioral things. I want Islam out of our nation entirely. It is like having an uncle you do not talk about who does dirty things. We should never have allowed them to start with. I have read of what king made them think that they were welcome and to me he was a scoundral for doing that.  I feel very strong about that. We are the land of the Holy Ark of the Covenant and we as a people betrayed God when we allowed worshipers of false gods to invade our borders. Somalia, Egypt, part of Sudan and Northern Kenya and even as far as India was under the rule of our empire once and now look at us, land-locked. Cornered and surrounded and confined like animals in a zoo cage. This is not good. This is not how it should be. And God has blessed us les and less the more we relax our devotion as a whole nation.

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Forgive me if I don't post in your "Abyssinian" thread, 


I accidentally deleted it when I deleted my first post there. I thought I knew all the important stuff about PHP forums, but this is the first one that allowed you to delete the first post after there has been a second post. Most only allow it if there are no other posts.

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as any thread that rejects the Oromo and southern people as not being integral parts of the Empire is anathema to me.  


Whoa! You have got me ALL wrong about that! Maybe you missed some of my old posts on Medrek, or recent ones on myspace, but I am hoping to marry a Christian woman from Southwestern regions! I am not against them being part of the nation. The politicians you favor and also the ones now in power are the ones who won't let them be what I hope for. I think they could be convinced to willingly give their loyalty to a good godly emperor. When I speak of the possibility that Tigray mighthave to seperate, I do not mean to keep it  that way. I mean to be the first of all provinces to abandon the blasted federalist government. I expect that tehse other regions, one by one or all at once, should do the same and then reunite as a new monarchy. I'd prefer it be called Aksum, but would settle for Abyssinia. As long as we are no longer calling our beloved people Burnt-Face-Land! You have to lie to yourself about the real literal meaning of "Ethiopia" to accept it as the name of your home. Ask any MATURE black american if they want to live in a country of their own, but they HAVE to accept it being named "Darkie-Land" and see if they don't want to punch you in your eye for daring to suggest such a thing! So why do we accept it? Doesnt that bother you? That can't be psychologically good for our sense of self-worth!

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It makes my skin crawl. 


only because you misunderstood. Please ask me to explain what you don't understand. If I had gotten that false impression of my meaning, it would make my skin crawl too!

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The Ethiopian monarchy that I believe in, and which is endorsed by all monarchists in Ethiopia calls for an Emperor of the House of Solomon  


Who is more of the house of Solomon than true descendants of Minilik I? The whole government (Nobility not just royalty) should be Aksumite descendants. That was why the orthodox overthrew us. So the GENTILE nobles could control a Solomonic puppet monarch! Because they knew if the seed of David is not on the throne over the land of Tsion (and remember, Tsion means THE ARK) that God would curse the land and not bless them. Just as you see happening since they murdered Haile Selassie. God threw famine and drought and all manner of strife at us because we allowed the marxist takeover in 1974. Why? Because the first thing that marxists take over is the schools so they can brainwash an army of impressionable youth for themselves to use when they need an army. They did that to Cuba, Viet Name, Korea, Venezuela, etc. That was how we goofed. We allowed marxist teachers in the schools in the 1950's, 1960's and 1970's and they put hese ideas to trust socialism as a better government and put false ideas saying that feudalism is slavery in the heads of the youth. I know people from that age group from every province who were taught such propaganda and many still believe it, especially Eritreans. Just like they falsely believe that Eritrea was once independent before we took it over, which is totally false. Eritrea was never independent before the recent civil war.

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reigning over Amharas, Tigreans (including Aksumites, Mekeleites and Adwaites), Tigres, Oromos, Sidamas, Gurages, Agews, Harraris, Bela Shanguls, Anuaks, Nuers, Kembatas, Wolaitas, Afars, Somalis, Beni Amers, Bete Israels, etc from every corner of Ethiopia as it was following the reunion of Eritrea with Ethiopia in 1951.  


Which for other readers did not reunite after being independent, but after being under Italian occupation since the 1890's.

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An "Aksumite" Empire that rejects the non-semetic parts of the Empire is anathema to me. 


I do not know why you giot that impression unless you did not read me well enough or if you inserted ideas that I did not state. The latter is a bad practice which in theology we call "eisogesis". Try not to do that.

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The view of separateing the "Abyssinian" from the rest of Ethiopia is actually a very anti-monarchist view. 


Not trying to do that. I think we have to abandon Shewa temporarily because that is the federalist capital at Addis Abeba, until we can regroup as a monarchy without Shewa and then give shew the ultimatum to come into the new monarchy peacefully or we lay siege to Addis Abeba and cut off their supplies until they surrender. I doubt it would go so smoothly though. There would probably be bloodshed when taking over Shewa. In fact, they would not wait for that, they would attack the provinces as soon as they break away from the federalist government which is why more than one has to break away at once. They can't fight every province at once. The federalist forces would have to be spread too thin to do that.

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To post to an "Abyssinian" monarchist thread would be as natural for me as posting to a Fascist thread that advocated the restoration of the House of Savoy on the Imperial throne of Italian East Africa.  It's a matter of principle.  


Then you are not understanding the strategy I have in mind. That is why I explained it better above than I have before.

If you are (for example) a prison warden (named Meles) and one prisoner runs away, then you can hunt him down easily because you have enough human resources.

But if 2000 prisoners escape all at the same time in different directions, you could never hope to win against that strategy, especially if once they are all free they all take up guns and come back and conquer you. You see. That is the strategy. The prisoners are the provinces and the warden is the federalist government. Does that parable help you see what I have in mnd? That is how the mexicans have taken over California. There are far more of them than there are border patrol agents. Well if we first did a reverse-blitz by all seceding at once, then we reunite as a new government and then have the might to take Shew too.

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You also stated somewhere (not sure where in your many posts) that assassins did away with Empress Zewditu  


Our family has ALWAYS said that she was assassinated and that Minilik II was assasinated. And modern toxicology studies I head about show that the marrow of her bones were extremely high in insulin and Minilik II's marrow was high in heavy metals such as arsenic.

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in order to enthrone Emperor Haile Selassie.  This is a terrible character assasination of both His Late Majesty Emperor Haile Selassie  


No it isn't, because it was niot his doing. he only reaped the benefit. That was the intent of the assassins, to clear the throne for his coronation, but I never beleived he was behind it. I believe Abune Matewos was behind it because he was at strong emnity with Minilik II for having more remarriages than the orthodox church allows.

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and his supporters, and the many people who served Empress Zewditu.  


I never said that they were assassins. It only required ONE to do the overdose of insulin.

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It has been irrefutably been shown and documented that the Empress was suffering from diabetes, and in her last days, this was further complicated by a severe fever, and the stress of her husband's rebellion.  Recently, her many anguished and quite angry letters to her husband Ras Gugsa Wele demanding he halt his rebellion against the central government completely dispell any rumors that she was abetting him against her heir, Nigus Taffari Makonnen. 


I never said she was against Tafari. Please do not put words in my mouth.

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I have told you before that I don't like throwing around my own personal connections, so I'll leave it to say that my family has long been associated with the Imperial palace, and know many others with similar connection, and I know from their account that the Empress' death was a natural death, and that His Late Majesty Haile Selassie I and his supporters were all quite stunned to learn of her death, thinking that her illness was not as serious as it evidently was.  


And this reply is NOT the first time you have seen me say that I do not accuse tafari of orchestrating her assassination. I have said it before here and on medrek and all over the internet that we suspect Abune Matewos gave the orders for both assassinations. I have clearly said that so many times all over the web that I can't understand how you would think I blamed Tafari. If Tafari had NOTHING to do with the assassinations. his coronation is still unlawful because it was the benefit of assassination. I never ever said that HE had it done and I expect you to apologize for putting false words in my mouth that I never said. Until you do, I will presume it was an honest misunderstanding on your part.

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Thank you for your New Years wishes, and I hope you have a "Melkam Addis Amet" as well. 


Thanks. I said it in Tigriña. I wish I knew how to say it in Ge'ez or maybe it is the same. If I had my way, Ge'ez would be made the official language so that no common person in the land would fail to understand what the clergy says, word for word. At least we do not make it illegal for the Bible to be translated to the language of the people... or did we? Is that a part of our history that I am unaware about?


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Empress Zewditu by skibriye.
Her Imperial Majesty Empress Zewditu I,
Conquering Lion of Judah, Elect of God, Queen of Kings of Ethiopia.  

My half aunt. In my opinion she was a saint. She prayed more than nuns for her family and her people. She prayed more than any monarch I have ever heard of in the nations entire history. I consider her a very holy woman and she was far too humble to have said that of her own self. Can we agree on that paragraph?

By the way, some people on here thought you had a different name. Djebene or something like that. I have always known you as Solomon since 2003 when i first found the EthioCrown website.

Speaking of which, why do you not update it anymore?


Hey, why do pictures show up when you post them here, such as Zewditu, but not for me?

Is there some permission setting that I need toggled?



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Thank you for your New Years wishes, and I hope you have a "Melkam Addis Amet" as well.


By the way, did you know that Bete Israel considers Enkutentash to be not only the new year, but also the anniversary of Creation and also the real birthday of our Savior? That means tomorrow, September 19th is the anniversary of his circumcision. I am glad I was not in that poor Mohel's shoes when he gets to Judgment Day to hear God say, "Oh yes, I remember you... you were the one with the cutter... I have a reservation all planned for YOU in the afterlife. Just you wait and see."

That is an old messianic hebrew joke.

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Minilik, could you please provide some geneaological documentation showing Empress Zewditu to be your half-aunt?

Also, I have Asperger's Syndrome too.

Mexicans are also not 'invading' California, can we please keep the immigration debate sane and restrained?

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Unlawful massive migrations are conventionally called invasions (see the Huns, and the Magyars (in Europe),  and the Europeans (in North America, and Southern Africa).

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Minilik, could you please provide some geneaological documentation showing Empress Zewditu to be your half-aunt?

Also, I have Asperger's Syndrome too.

Mexicans are also not 'invading' California, can we please keep the immigration debate sane and restrained?


I was not saying that Mexicans are invading California. That was an allegory. You took it backwards PLUS you did a very deceptive ply by adding the word invading when I did NOT say the word invading. Funny how you would do a dishonest trick like inserting words I did not say and then in the very same post you question my integrity. It reminds me of what they call that big wooden box they ship hippos in.

2nd, I'm an Asperger's Savant, not regular AS.

And I already stated about Minilik II's first wife gave him a daughter named Kandeke Sahle who was my great grandmother. Now if his first wife begat a daughter and then his 3rd wife begat Zewditu that makes them half sisters and half sisters are ALSO the half aunt of their half sister's descendants.  By the way, Minilik is not a ficticious screen name, it is my last name. My family name is Maryam-Minilik. That is why it's always preceded by Teru,(my abbreviated first name), beneath all my posts. Teru Minilik is how I sign my name. Since you are asking so many questions maybe you would like to see my full name too? If you have the right font installed, have at it:

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Unlawful massive migrations are conventionally called invasions (see the Huns, and the Magyars (in Europe),  and the Europeans (in North America, and Southern Africa).


He snookered you. I never said "invading".
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Minilik, could you please provide some geneaological documentation showing Empress Zewditu to be your half-aunt?

Also, I have Asperger's Syndrome too.

Mexicans are also not 'invading' California, can we please keep the immigration debate sane and restrained?

          You know, this is a strange coincidence to me... I happen to have Asperger's Syndrome and then I read on this thread that there are fellow Aspies on the forum, so I find this interesting, plus I am going to do a talk on Asperger's Syndrome to my college next year!!

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Unlawful massive migrations are conventionally called invasions (see the Huns, and the Magyars (in Europe),  and the Europeans (in North America, and Southern Africa).


He snookered you. I never said "invading".


I didn't say that you did.
I AM saying it, though.

The Mexicans are invading the US.  If the US doesn't wish to see is culture go the way of that of the Iroquois it might wish to do something about it.

What that has to do with Ethiopian Monarchy may be limited, but look to who is on the ground, when and where....

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Minilik, could you please provide some geneaological documentation showing Empress Zewditu to be your half-aunt?

Also, I have Asperger's Syndrome too.

Mexicans are also not 'invading' California, can we please keep the immigration debate sane and restrained?

          You know, this is a strange coincidence to me... I happen to have Asperger's Syndrome and then I read on this thread that there are fellow Aspies on the forum, so I find this interesting, plus I am going to do a talk on Asperger's Syndrome to my college next year!!



Are you trying to suggest a link between AS and monarchist thinking? That would be a huge stretch. No, it is just a coincidence, I am certain.

As for your interest in AS, Google these keywords (with quotes where I put them) if you want a forum dedicated to that subject from a Christian perspective:

"Asperger's Syndrome Savants" site:Groups.myspace.com

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Minilik, could you please provide some geneaological documentation showing Empress Zewditu to be your half-aunt?

Also, I have Asperger's Syndrome too.

Mexicans are also not 'invading' California, can we please keep the immigration debate sane and restrained?

          You know, this is a strange coincidence to me... I happen to have Asperger's Syndrome and then I read on this thread that there are fellow Aspies on the forum, so I find this interesting, plus I am going to do a talk on Asperger's Syndrome to my college next year!!



Are you trying to suggest a link between AS and monarchist thinking? That would be a huge stretch. No, it is just a coincidence, I am certain.

As for your interest in AS, Google these keywords (with quotes where I put them) if you want a forum dedicated to that subject from a Christian perspective:

"Asperger's Syndrome Savants" site:Groups.myspace.com

I know it is a coincidence and no I didn't mean there is a link between AS and monarchist thinking, I am just  surprized to find out that there are a couple of people posting on this monarchist group that have the same syndrome I have. I didn't know you and Kymonarchist are aspies!
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