Tuesday, February 15, 2011

demonstration on the 17th of February 2011, this Thursday in Libya as well as in front of the Libyan embassy in London demanding the resignation (being a nice word) of Gaddafi and his cronies.

its about time we all (inside Libya and outside Libya) started to raise our voice, enough of the fear and the hiding behind fake loyalty of an extremely evil man who has made the lives of Libyans a misery.
watching his speech 2 days ago really made my blood boil, and watching the people saluting him and chanting words of loyalty towards him was too much to bare.
enough already of the humilation of the libyan people, 40 years is a long time to grin and bare his craziness.
sacrifices have got to be made for change, (look as egypt and tunisia), his time is coming to an end but we have to take the steps to bring his fall (and his family).
seriously enough....


ibeebarbie said...

Salam White African,
Support everything you wrote. My prayers continue to reach out to Libya.

hayeah said...

Salam White African,

Can you answer a few interview questions?

I am a Canadian inspired by the courage of the
Arab people to fight for their future. I found
your blog, and feel that I want to hear from you.

I am building a website for people to speak
against the dictators, and debate the future of
their country. In other words, for the people's
voices to be heard.

I'd be glad to tell you more about what we are
building, if you are interested to find out. But
to help us get started, it'd be great if you could
answer a few questions for us!

Hope to hear from you!!


Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?

What are the people fighting for?

What are some moments that made you proud?

What are your hopes for the future?

How are you using technology, such as the Internet?

What do you want to say to the world?

How can we help?

Anonymous said...

you're blog is amazing and i up until now supported the libyan revolution but ive heard and seen indiscriminate killing of black africans who are suspected of being merceneries. What i don't understand is how young girls and women of black skin colour can be considered merceneries. This is racism and needs to stop but i understand the libyan peoples plight and would like to hear it from a libyans point of view. Sorry if i came across rude but i was so shocked and upset.