) to genocide the population of the heartland of the opposition.
That’s on top of whatever ancestral disadvantages it might possess on HBD grounds. Someone expressed doubts about the increasing crop yields. Ethiopia has been growing at or over 10% year-on-year since the turn of the millenium.
I mean, really: the government has a cap of about 15% on how much social science (that includes law) degrees the universities can grant.
They have the priorities in the right place. Of course, the standards of this education are low on an absolute scale, but even then…
Several times I’ve spoken about this with other expats (Asians and Westerners) who were directly involved with supervising their Ethiopian workforce.
To the question, ” you know, is someone with a degree in engineering from an Ethiopian university really an engineer?