AMERICAN NOVEL ABOUT ETHIOPIA’S HUMAN RIGHTS CRISIS RELEASED Controversial Book Exposes TPLF’s Evils

WASHINGTON (JULY 31) – A novel about Ethiopia’s democracy movement has ignited a firestorm of controversy on two continents. Titled Money, Blood and Conscience, it
tells the story of an American television producer’s love affair with a TPLF guerrilla fighter during the Meles era.
The long-anticipated book aims to educate Westerners about Ethiopia’s struggle for freedom with an entertaining political thriller and love story that portrays an Ethiopian dictatorship at war with its own people.
The world’s leading human rights authority, former Amnesty International USA director Jack Healey, calls it, “The most searing account of contemporary evil since Uncle Tom’s
Cabin,” comparing it to the 19th century novel which turned American public opinion against slavery.
The author, David Steinman, is an international revolutionary who was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for his behind-the-scenes role in the overthrow of the TPLF.
Steinman was instrumental in ending foreign support for the Meles regime, exposed its corruption and mass murder in western media and co-planned the 2004-2005 Kinijit civil
resistance and election campaign which began the TPLF’s decline.
The novel’s hard-hitting critique of the international community’s support for Meles combines investigative journalism and fiction and includes intriguing speculation about Meles’ death.
“I need the diaspora’s help to reach the Western audience,” the author said. “Please tell your farang friends about the book and ask them to read it.”
Money, Blood and Conscience is currently available on Kindle. Paperback and hardcover editions will be released this December.
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1 COMMENT

  1. TPLF is alive and well surviving through abiy ahmed’s ODP (the oromo democratic party), the very creation and puppet of melles. The so called author should first check the veracity of his sources his knowledge of “change” in a regime. His is the audacity to self-shame nothing else. Ethiopians redeem their country and decide their own fate with no outside interference.

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