Wednesday, December 13, 2006


People, people, people. So concerned was my father that I might be in the middle of translating Dr. Berhanu’s book, When Freedom Dawns, I got a rare phone call from him. He hemmed and hawed (my father is appallingly unqualified to conduct small talk but the gravity of the matter required him to cushion his concern with awkward questions about my daughter’s eating habits) until he could take it no more.
Semash… ye Dr. Berhanu’n meSehaf… ke miyaq sew gar new miteregumiew?” (“Are you translating Dr. Berhanu’s book with the help of an expert?”)
Ah. Could there be a better way of saying, “Listen, kid. We all enjoy your cute blog thing, but… stick to shtick”?
I had to, of course, allay his trepidation. No, I told him, I am not working with an expert. And by the way, dad, what does “teleTafi” mean in English?
My mother, on the other hand, comes from a long line of proud men and women who don’t let things like facts obfuscate their custom-made reality. She grabbed the phone away from my father.
“Simi… eyesemash new? Eniya zemedachn Ato Debela, (nefsachewn yimarew enna) ye enne intna agot, eza Gefferssa minorut… esachew be Taliyan gizE turjuman neberu yibalal. Besachew wetesh yihonal. Ye lij lijachew ezi Addis A’ba ale meseleN. Dewiyilet.”
(“You remember our relative, Ato Debela (God rest his soul), uncle of what’s-his-name, they used to live in Gefferssa… well, they say he used to be a translator during the Italian invasion. Maybe you took after him. I think his grandson is in Addis. Call him.”)
And that’s how it works in my family: you are tag teamed by diplomatic temperance and irrational exuberance. For a moment though I did entertain what it would be like to talk to what’s-his-name, Ato Debela’s grandson who probably neither cares I exit nor can verify the village rumor that his grandfather once served as a translator during the Italian invasion. I imagined the awkward silence that’d proceed our strained series of “dehna nehs”… followed by… what? Me trying to weave in Ato Debela’s name into the conversation with the grace of a bull in a china shop. “So, tell me. This Ato Debela. Did he like the kitfo?”
So, no. I am not translating any book. I did propose an on-line book discussion… which was so long ago that I can now understand why people think I must be translating it… what the hell could be taking this long?
But, as an update… yes, I promise… Come the New Year the said discussion will be resurrected. Our good friend Gooch, along with the fellows (and fellettes?) at Redeem Ethiopia and Carpe Diem Ethiopia have signed up to take on chapters because that’s how they roll. The saga continues. In the meantime, no need to give Ababa Wonqette an additional ulcer.
And incidentally, the story is that the geniuses in Ato Meles’ government have started monitoring all email communication, which explains my father’s increasingly cryptic email messages. Ah. We are back in Mengistu’s era. Ato Meles is one blue khaki suit away from total unhingement. God speed.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ohhhh I had missed you so ... glad you are back.

Your post reminds me of a story that I had heard about Bajrond Tekle-Hawaryat, who on hearing that his western educated son was now an official in the Ethiopian government, is said to have commented that his country must be running out of capable people (the son was Girmachew Tekle Hawaryat I believe).

Yihem ale lemalet new. The son told this story many times over. He must have known he was quite capable.

5:10 AM, December 13, 2006  
Anonymous metasebia said...

Glad to see your comments on the book translation. Looking forward to the discussions. I hope all is well.

10:44 AM, December 13, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Girmachew was Bejrond's son? How many Bejronds were there any way? My first g/f's father was also a Bejrond and he didn't know. Well, she didn't know that I told everybody she was my g/f. So much for Bejronds and their families! They don't know anything about their children.

Oh yeah, translating The Dawn of Freedom or is it now When Freedom Dawns? I'm sure the CIA and others have a roughly translated version before the book came out. But again the CIA has lost its edge, I hear. Besides, Dr Berhanu could've written that book in English if he wanted to. Believe it or not, some people in Nifas silk atteqalay knew some English back in the days. The discussion amongst us in English? why not. Shouldn't require expert knowledge though. EYOOLN SIMOOLN it ain't gonna be. Yemiyayenm yemisemanm feTarie ena sema'etochachin nachew.

And a few girls I want to impress with my broken English. That's all. And she doesn't even have to be a daughter of some Bejrond this time.

I'm glad you are back.

12:27 AM, December 14, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WTF is the anon above talking about? I wish wonk have a mini STFU award on the comment section.

8:47 AM, December 14, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wonqe selam,

Are you sure that your blog 'has finally be unblocked in Ethiopia' ?I heard a different story from hagerbet.

Best Wishes!

6:47 AM, December 15, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To the anon with the “broken” English and a soft spot for bejrond brood,
Way back in the days, before I grew to be so brazenly wiry beyond impression, your kind of mildly mocking, sardonic humor would have sent this tough cookie into a tizzy. Nothing like a man with a mean mental knuckle or two…

I too am glad the Wonq is back…who needs expert knowledge?

8:41 AM, December 15, 2006  
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4:49 PM, December 17, 2006  
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6:59 PM, December 17, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

your blog posts feel like a sip of kimem chay after a gursha of kuanta firfir early in the morning after a night out and too many henessy and red bull!...Unfortunately how many Ethiopians can afford kuanta firfir?...or hennessy? You really should get more play time, somehow you should reach more people...Succes guaranteed!....Now I have a personal message...To those who, with no shame, fired a true Ethiopian Icon. My hero, 84 years old ABABA TESFAY. Your time is soon to be up mfzz! we will look at you guys with disgust while you queue up to appear before a judge of Weyane free Ethiopia. We aint forget'n sh****t.

3:41 PM, December 19, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why do we feed on such exaggerated claims. The Derg Era. Please. Have a sense of balance. The problem of Ethiopia is not Meles Zenawi, nor EPRDF, nor CUD, it is this culture of extremes, a culture of zero-sum game mentality, a culture that frowns on compromise.

Thus, your Derg era comparisom is just that--an Ethiopian disease that is hell bent on exaggerated claims.

1:16 PM, December 21, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Selam Wonqit,

Teletafi in English could be named a lot of things - You can call it Parasite and that would make you an extremist so the ananymos above would have something to bitch about....what about a pretender ? na it sound boring.....flux it what about a decoy and that would be something that was prepared before hand with the knowledge of the subject...for instance Kihedetu Ayalekibet could've been a decoy from the begining, but I don't know what the book said about him, since I didn't read the book yet. However, a decoy kinjit was never there from the begining..."teletafi Kinjit" came out under the help of Legesse the name thief Zenawi, after a disaster shook the kinjit party. So "Decoy" might work or not.
But "Hoax" might work perfect for "Teletafi Kinijet" that was created after the crisis or for any kind of things before hand.

10:22 AM, December 22, 2006  
Anonymous Aba Biya said...

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2:15 PM, December 23, 2006  
Anonymous missingyou said...

ehehe...eske meche...iiihee - ehehe, eske meche eheheee - Enen, yerabegne yetemagne ye wonkville chewata new. Ehehe!

Ere bakish come back some time soon.

4:15 AM, January 10, 2007  
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Washington, DC – Today, Georgetown University announced that it will award the fifth annual “John Thompson Legacy of a Dream Award” to the First Lady of Zambia Mrs. Maureen Mwanawasa, the First Lady of Rwanda Mrs. Jeannette Kagame, and the First Lady of Ethiopia Mrs. Azeb Mesfin in honor of their leadership in the Organization of African First Ladies Against HIV/AIDS and their service toward the ideals of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The first ladies will be honored during the annual “Let Freedom Ring” Concert to be held at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Monday, January 15, 2006 at 6:00 p.m.

“This award recognizes people who have shown the courage and determination to promote compassion and create social change in the way Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. envisioned.” said Georgetown University President John J. DeGioia. “Mrs. Mwanawasa, Mrs. Kagame, and Mrs. Mesfin have worked tirelessly to combat discrimination against people living with HIV/AIDS, and they embody our vision for this award. We are grateful for their commitment and their leadership in the fight against HIV/AIDS.”

In 2002, a group of nearly 40 African First Ladies formed the Organization of African First Ladies Against HIV/AIDS in an effort to raise awareness, advocate for prevention initiatives, and promote treatment, care and support programs for people living with HIV/AIDS. The group has sponsored several prevention campaigns targeting youth and adults, and has led various initiatives to expand access to treatment and support programs across Africa .

Mrs. Maureen Mwanawasa, First Lady of Zambia, serves as the organization’s chairperson, and Mrs. Azeb Mesfin, First Lady of Ethiopia, serves as vice-chairperson. The First Lady of Rwanda, Mrs. Jeannette Kagame, served as the organization’s chairperson from 2004-2006.

Every year, during activities celebrating the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday, Georgetown presents the "Legacy of a Dream Award," to a person or organization that has made significant contributions in the field of community service or social justice and reflects the ideals upheld by Dr. King. The award and activities are part of the University’s ongoing "Let Freedom Ring" initiative honoring Dr. King’s legacy.

The first "Legacy of a Dream Award" was presented in 2003 to John Thompson, Coach Emeritus of Georgetown men's basketball team, in honor of his service to the community and dedication to the values of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Other awardees include Colin and Alma Powell, William H. Gray III of the United Negro College Fund, and Rosa Parks, who received the award posthumously in 2006.
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4:40 AM, January 11, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why compare Mengistu with Meles?
Mengistu came out of the anti feudal strugle, while Meles is the out come of a narrow ethnic Asgentay movement.

5:31 AM, January 13, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Is Eth no longer interesting?! Has the Hoyahoye come to an end? Are things getting tough?? As they say, when the going gets tough ... (who fails to keep going?!?!)

12:36 PM, January 13, 2007  
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please tell me the reason i read through that is because it was written by you (who is a closet manic depressive) during one of your episodes.....


1:36 AM, January 22, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi wonq, I have been a loyal reader of your blog for a long long time....but it has been a while since you said you will be back soon in your last posting. I know things might get hectic at i have an idea-how about formally closing down your blog as addis fernji did so that we dont have to come to your page every day. when things get back to normal and you are ready to resume bloging, you can let your readers know through other sister blogs.
I guess that is way better....

4:38 PM, January 30, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi wonq, I have been a loyal reader of your blog for a long long time....but it has been a while since you said you will be back soon in your last posting. I know things might get hectic at i have an idea-how about formally closing down your blog as addis fernji did so that we dont have to come to your page every day. when things get back to normal and you are ready to resume bloging, you can let your readers know through other sister blogs.
I guess that is way better

5:11 PM, January 31, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sir Eliton John, after a long absence from Rock, sang "The Bitch Is Back" making all think that he was back into Rock. Anyway he was back.
But here in this blog nothing is heared yet. I dare ask if the "Bitch" is gonna come back. Is she comming back or what?

10:31 PM, February 12, 2007  
Anonymous admin said...

ተለጣፊ ፓርቲ --> puppet parti is,i think, the closest to what people mean by employing that expression.

10:19 AM, February 14, 2007  
Anonymous admin said...

and yes, a message for all:

get your on amharic enabled blog on

Take a look at brango's blog for example.

10:36 AM, February 14, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where are you Wonqe? I am going through withdrawl!!!!

2:22 PM, February 15, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wonqe, if you are still working on Birhanu's book, you are too late, the following comment summarized it at it's best as a professional critic:

On the personal level you have Leditu's rhetoric.


11:00 AM, February 25, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We don't hear much from you lately.

What happened, are you OK ?

We miss you.

4:47 PM, February 27, 2007  
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Blogger Redeem Ethiopia said...

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

motech inde setiyo...

2:41 PM, March 20, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where the heck is Wonkette??????

7:18 PM, March 20, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh my God! What is wrong with you? Did you give up already? Even the heroes in Kaliti did not give up. I am not trying to judge you. But you need to come back. Ethiopia calls you>

12:41 AM, April 03, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where is this woman?

3:49 AM, April 27, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can not unerstand people who suggest that we use English as our national language. Look what using English did to our education systam.Why should we use a forgain language with which we have no historical connecation (i.e not colonised).I know some of you will answer by saying English is the business language of the worled. the French the garmans and the japanise etc...knows about that ,but they still use their own languages for education and work.I went to school at Minelik II high school and I know all of my class mates apart from one or two boys from a class of 91 students who coulde'nt understand a word of english apart from saying yes or no,so I could say 99.5% had no clue when they sat down for MATRIC exams.once my friend said to me "YEFERENGE BUDA BIBELAGNE INQWA INGLISINYA ALINAGERM"You could see it as a joke But we lost three or four generations to this type of education system and no one seems to see it as a problem that needs to be delt with.Why should our students have to go through hardship of learning a forgain language just to get some education and why should they weast their precious youth repating classes. We have the means to change, we have qualifed people who would translet forgain books into Amahric or any other Ethiopian language. Our univercitie's and school's need to reform and use Amharic as the language of teaching and other ethiopian languages must be added to the lessons taken by students. students should have the right to study one or more forgain languages but only if they wish to , they should not be forced ,and it should not be part of the requaierd criteria.Only then we can opean our eyes to science and technology and we would also get to keep our soverginty in language and won,t be dependant on English or any other language to get what we deserve.
thank you for reading

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4:29 PM, April 28, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

On nov.7 "Vote" was on this blog urging us to cast a ballot. I responded with doubt about the "If you don't vote you can't complain" mantra of Wonqe.
Now, the democrats are funding the war and Cindy Sheehan has droped out. What do Wonqe has to say, uh?
Why is that it's only the poor and the Afrcans who believe in "relilgion" and "rule-of-law" bull crap more than the pope and the west? And their audacity!!

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