UNICEF GENOCIDE STUDY ETHIOPIA
Classified Report Released for Public February 5, 2007.
Republished on the announcement President Meles Zenawi’s Death
21 August 2012
keith harmon snow
This report was made public 05 February 2007 in recognition that the U.S. Fund for UNICEF includes amongst its co-chairs and directors current or former U.S. Government and corporate officials, and corporate allies, who have promoted, instituted or directed hostile foreign policies, covert actions, and open military campaigns against and within sovereign nations, and who are thus responsible for unprecedented suffering, despair and death, which is ongoing and global. The conditions of life in Gambella and the Oganden Basin and other parts of Ethiopia have not improved.
Similarly, the role of international AID organizations in Ethiopia, as everywhere, appears to be managed inequality, often serving military prerogatives, subordinated to military agendas, and backed by military funding, where the suffering, despair and death of the disenfranchised many is subordinated to the perpetuation of incomes and industries which benefit the privileged few; this, primarily, is institutionalized white privilege and the permanent warfare economy it thrives on.
This report was released in Memory & Solidarity with Ken Saro-Wiwa and all people of the Niger River Delta; with Patrice Lumumba and all people of the Congo; with the Hutus and all people of the Great Lakes; with the Tuareg and all people of the deserts; with the innocent men, women and children in Darfur; and all the other brothers and sisters, sons and daughters, fathers and mothers of the people of Ethiopia and Sudan, from which we all came.