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by Yohannes Aramaji dated: Thursday, June 21st, 2012
[picture provided by AESAOne Habesha men]
(Washington P0st DC Bureau) It is the hottest fashion trend of the summer. All around America and Ethiopia, from DC to Addis, Habesha men can be seen strutting and flaunting their hips as they sway down city streets wearing Habesha Kemis. The scene is omnipresent, Habesha man after man can be seen sipping buna at Starbucks as they gossip about sports and politics wearing Habesha Kemis to keep them cool from the heat of summer dog days. As their wives and girlfriends are at home taking care of the kids and the household, Habesha men everywhere are setting the fashion world upside down as they wear some of the most exquisite Habesha dresses and skirts.
We are not sure where the trend started, most likely it was a trend that started sometime after World War II and has taken on a life of it’s own since the turn of the 21st century. Take a moment today and drive over to Starbucks off Leesburg Pike in Alexandria Virginia or a random Ethiopian restaurant in Addis and there you will see Habsha men sipping Italian cappacino or smoking sheesha wearing the most lovely Habesha kemis. You will see these men sitting on their duffs all day with their legs crossed gossiping all day and night about soccer or debating who is a Woyane or a Shabia as children in Ethiopia die on a minute by minute basis from a lack of hope and nourishment.
The favorite color of these Habesha men in Habesha kemis is the hot pink, they have forsaken the warrior clothing of the past and have now embraced the Habesha kemis as the outward representation of their true manhood. Some Habesha men have taken it even further and have augmented their Habesha kemis with panties and thongs from Victoria Secret as they talk endlessly about overthrowing Meles Zenawi and advocating a war on the TPLF even though it is not them or their children that will be dying in this war they desire so. This is the next iteration of Habesha fashion, Habesha men have embraced their oneness with their femininity as they have lost all semblance of Ethiopian jegnas and are now content on wearing bras instead of adorning shields to protect their country from outside invaders.
By far the biggest consumers of this new trend are Habesha promoters and so called doctors. You can see the Habesha men promoters walking up and down DC passing out flyers as they wear their Habesha kemis and disseminating flyers that have pictures of Ethiopian queens looking like sluts and whores on their flyers as these Habesha men promoters switch their hips while wearing their Prada sunglasses to match their Habesha kemis. You can also see Habesha men who call themselves “doctors” who have no PhD to speak of and are doctors by name only wearing Habesha kemis instead of surgeon’s gear as they bop and flop down 9th Street in DC or while they stay at Addis Sheraton in Addis. These Habesha men doctors are a hit in Addis wearing their Habesha kemis, they arrive in Addis as conquering warriors in the mold of Italian soldiers, they do more damage than Mustard Italian mustard gas, they spend their precious money not to help out starving children back home, instead they help out the local economy by giving a few birrs to young prostitutes in the streets of Addis.
While they are wearing their Habesha kemis, these so-called “doctors” have become the biggest consumers of prostitutes in Ethiopia—they destroy the lives of young and precious Ethiopian girls as they steal their future all while these Habesha men are wearing the hottest hop pink Habesha kemis while they sip the finest wine as these set-a-set “mena” sit next to Al Amoudi. Al Amoudi in fact has bought the most expensive Habesha kemis, the Chinese had to use 400 bales of cotton and 4,000 pounds of silk to make a custom made Habesha kemis for Al Amoudi and you can see him driving in the back of limousines with his legs crossed and sipping Moet with his $4,00,000 Habesha Kemis. In a couple of weeks, you will see DMV invaded by Habesha kemis wearing men as they decend by the thousands to celebrate at RFK stadium for the first ever AESAOne “Ethiopian” soccer tournament sponsored by none other than the $4,000,000 Habesha kemis wearer himself Al Amoudi.
Sweat shops in China cannot keep up with the pace of demand for Habesha kemis, over 100,000 Habesha Kemis are manufactured and shipped from Beijing on a day to day basis to Addis and DC—95% of which are being shipped to Habesha men. This trend of Habesha men wearing Habesha kemis will not go away anytime soon, it seems that both the younger generation and the older generation of Habesha men are loudly and proudly yelling “I am set a set and I’m proud of it!” as they snap their fingers and do eskista while wearing Habesha kemis and flaunting their netelas on their hips. This is the news of the summer, Habesha men have come out of the closet to proudly proclaim their affinity to their feminine side.
Two years ago in America, it was the year of the “metrosexual”, it seems we have arrived at a new day, we have arrived at the age of the “Habeshasexual”, as hundreds of thousands of Habesha men from DC to Addis go around saying “you go boo boo” and wearing deep red lipstick while their women hold down the fort, bring home the bacon, and take care of the next generation of Ethiopian children. Habesha men are missing in action as they gossip all day at Starbucks while wearing their lovely Habesha kemis. This is the hottest fashion trend of the summer, take a gander over to the nearest Starbucks sometime this afternoon and you will most likely see dozens of Habesha men wearing Habesha kemis doing nothing and saying even less as they wear their hottest Habesha kemis.
by Teddy Fikre dated: Thursday, June 21st, 2012
Photo by Shemelis Desta (BBC)
Man this was supposed to be a satire piece, but the more I wrote it the more I realized that what I wrote is a lot closer to fact than it is fiction. I have no idea what happened to Habesha men, we have become sissified, we leave the hard work to women while our asses do nothing but sip buna and gossip about politics and sports the whole day at Starbucks. How did jegnas cut from the cloth of martyrs and Adwa heroes devolve into set-a-set and nothing more than leflafas? Seriously, who are we fellas, what happened to us? Do you realize that we are supposed to be the head of the household, when in reality most Habesha men are figure heads. We leave it to the women to do ALL of the hard work, they cook, clean, and work full time while most of our asses are drinking Yohannes Aramaji and talking bullshit!
This article was inspired by my stop over at Starbucks yesterday off Leesburg Pike in Alexandria, VA. I stopped over at that Starbucks at about 11:00 AM to get my buna (yeah even I make the mistake of occasionally getting my buna from the rapers of Africa by the name of Starbucks). As I stand in line, I look about me and notice a sea of Habesha men, sitting with their legs crossed talking about nothing and everything. I shake my head and promptly leave. But I decided to do a little experiment, I head back 2 hours later and there sat the same set-a-set “men” with their virtual Habesha kemis on talking the same bullshit. Really? Two hours they sat doing nothing and talking about even less knowing full well that their women are working full time while their asses are bullshitting the entire day away. What is this, the Habesha version of desperate house husbands?
This pisses me off to no ends! My father worked two or three jobs at a time to put me and my three siblings through college. He drove a cab, worked at the post office, was a security guard and endless other jobs, he literally broke his back into a million tiny pieces and ultimately died from lung cancer as he slaved away to provide for his children. His father before him fought the Italians in World War II and was a war hero before he was murdered by Haile Selassie (I will forever recount how H.I.M. murdered my grandfather in cold blood even as I give him credit for the good things Selassie did). Our forefathers were hard workers, they paved the path for us to have a future in America.
So how do we pay them back? By becoming a bunch of Habesha punks wearing Habesha kemis. I don’t get it at all. And this “Habeshasexual” disease is not contained to one corner of a generation. Habesha men in their 50s and 60s wear Habesha kemis as they compete with the younger generation for influence. In other communities, older men guide and act as mentors for younger men. Only with Habeshas will you find a damn near geriatric man wearing Habesha kemis competing with the emerging generation and trying to co-opt them for their own purposes. They harangue potential young leaders to help them promote their events and in return refuse to show up or spread the word about the events that younger men are having. This meqenenet disease is so rampant that the only way that these old men cover it up is to wear thongs and Habesha kemis to hide their duplicitous nature.
Promoters throughout DC wear Habesha kemis too. I had a conversation with a man I respect dearly yesterday. He relayed a story to me without any intention of tribalism in his heart. He merely stated the truth that when Eritrean promoters have Ethiopian parties during Ethiopian soccer tournaments, Ethiopians flock to their parties like hyenas flocking to a dead carcass. Yet if an Ethiopian promoter dared to have an Eritrean party during Eritrean soccer tournament, not one Eritrean would show up and further more would not show up to that venue for the foreseeable future. This is why I respect Eritrean people, they are close knit and they help their own while Habesha men in Ethiopia throw Ethiopia under the bus for the nearest birr. They are murdering my beautiful country each time they have a party flyer with an Ethiopian queen looking like a slut on their flyers or promote a sheesha party. Message to denkoro Habeshas, sheesha is NOT Ethiopia!
Lastly, one word about AESAOne . I promised I would not come out against you in public and let the event go by. But what I have been witnessing lately makes it hard for me to keep that promise. I will not go into the full details, I will save that for another time eko. Gin, please don’t think we are stupid. You are flaunting the clean flag of Ethiopia EVERYWHERE in DC, but the man who is financing you almost elusively—to the tune of $2 million as the PR person for AESAOne openly admitted—flies the Ethiopian flag in his hotels back in Addis with the devil’s symbol on it. So be honest, please don’t try to fool us. If your pimp back in Addis uses the Ethiopian flag with that ugly star on it, do the same as you advertise your soccer tournament here in DC. Do you take us for fools? We know what you are doing; no amount of money that you import from Al Amoudi will wash out the fact that you are financing the soccer tournament with blood money. So go ahead and wear your Habesha kemis to RFK while you promote a supposed “Ethiopian cultural celebration” as your invited performers are gangster rapers. But it fits the bill, gangster rapers are natural partners for a gangster by the name of Al Amoudi. Oh and if you want to get your expensive law firm by the name of Piper to sue me, I will see you in court as I have 4,000 press releases ready to be sent as soon as you sue me and I have a pretty DOPE lawyer of my own. I would love to depose AESAOne and Al Amoudi for 10 years of their finances and file for discovery to see what shady business practices you have been embarking on. I don’t care what you do going forward, but please stop false advertising and put that devil yellow star on the Ethiopian flag as you pass out your flyers and plaster every damn bus with your duplicitous posters.
My fault, I got side tracked by AESAOne , back to the issue at hand. It is sad, we are a people done in and undone by Habesha men who have ceded their manhood to women. To be honest, Ethiopian women have always been the staple of the family. Back in Adwa, Ethiopian women would tell their men “do not come back home defeated, if you come back a loser or a coward, you are no longer my husband”. This imagination of women putting spine into their men is awe inspiring. Even on the battlefield, it was women who stood at the front and sang songs of defiance. Women have been the tip of the spear, women have been the lions and the lionesses. But come on, now it has come too far. Men have been in the past equal partners with women in building Ethiopia. Now? Man, now men are Missing In Action, the only action that Habesha men take are sheesha, buna, and Yohannes Aramaji. Now you know why Ethiopia lost to the TPLF and EPLF in 1991, it’s because most of the Habesha men were prancing around in Addis with Habesha kemis on instead of defending their country from external enemies.
So this article is a declaration of TOR on Habesha men with Habesha kemis on, if you are one of the Habesha men that prance and dance around in Addis, DC, and beyond wearing pink Habesha kemis with a daffodil in your bra, well then I am aiming this TOR right at your Habesha kemis hidden heart. I hope it penetrates you deep and riddles your conscience with guilt as you read this article on your iPhone while sipping buna and wearing your lovely Habesha kemis while you leave all the hard work for your wife or your girlfriend. Get up off your ass, be productive, and be the head of your household instead of wasting your life away labeling every Ethiopian that comes along a woyane without a shred of proof.
Ladies, I hope you don’t take this article as offensive. I am not in any way trying to compare men to women to call them weak. There are no stronger people in the world than women. I was raised by three women, my mother and my two sisters, so I honor and adore women as the true essence of God’s light. I am just venting that we as men cannot match your strength and your dedication to our country and our families. And I chose to use the Kemis as a symbol because I know that is the one thing that will offend men to actually wake up from their coma. For the men who got offended, PERFECT, I wanted to offend you from the outset!
If this article does not apply to you and you are an Ethiopian man who is taking care of business, please forward this article to Habesha men who wear Habesha kemis because they need to read this. By the way, did you notice throughout the article I kept referring to “Habesha men” instead of “Ethiopian men”. That is because Ethiopian men are men that take care of their family and act as real men while Habesha men are the twinkle toes who keep wearing Habesha kemis while they drink buna at Starbucks in the middle of the day and ceding he hard work of being a man to Ethiopian women. Wake up Habesha men, take off your lovely Habesha kemis, put on some pants, and get your ass to work instead of drinking endless cups of buna while our children back home are dying at the rate you drink coffees at Starbucks. Peace!
[click to view a conclave of Habesha men in Habesha kemis for Al Amoudi's New Year Event]
Notice the flags on this video? You notice what symbol is on these flags? These flags are NOT my flag, they are the devil’s flag. Now ask yourself, why is it that the flags that AESAOne is using don’t have the same witches symbol on them? Case Tezega, it is because they take you as idiots. You going to AESAOne events will mean you too are a Habesha Kemis wearing Habesha “man”. Ahun case aleke!
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I adore Ethiopian women! Thank you for standing in the places where men were supposed to stand. Thank you for having our backs even as we don’t have yours. Thank you for giving us birth even as a lot of us refuse to take care of our kids you birthed. God bless you ladies for being the real jegnas of Ethiopia. In due time, we will stand shoulder-to-shoulder with you instead of drinking buna at Starbucks all day. God bless!
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