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Re: no sarcasm needed
In Response To: no sarcasm needed ()

During the process of colonisation, between 1870 and 1900, the Oromo population was reduced from ten to five millions. This period coincides with the occupation of Oromo land by the Abyssinian emperors Yohannes and Menilek. After colonisation, these emperors and their successors continued to treat Oromo with utmost cruelty. Many were killed by the colonial army and settlers, others died of famine and epidemics of various diseases or were sold off as slaves. Those who remained on the land were reduced to the status of gabbar (a peasant from whom labour and produce is exacted and is a crude form of serfdom).

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***One person two names a liar on this site!!!***
ADMIN! Re: ***One person two names a liar on this site!!!***
one person one name not a liar
truth and rights
Re: truth and rights
That is real reasoning Ras Hal.
***Re: I agree with you 100%$ Ninja Ras!!!*** *NM*
Re: ***Re: I agree with you 100%$ Ninja Ras!!!***
Re: That is real reasoning Ras Hal.
what is the "fallacy" that you speak of?
Re:Hey Genius what about the Aksumite Kingdom!!!
no sarcasm needed
Re: no sarcasm needed
Why spread lies? Look at the facts!
Re: Why spread lies? Look at the facts!

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