As we promised, here is our report on this protest
I went to this protest with the hope of seeing the Place de la République full of people, with police preventing cars from entering it, etc … And when I arrived, I was terribly disappointed to see about 250 people. I don’t understand my fellow French citizens. This war is 100% illegal and we all know the goals of it. Steal Libya’s wealth and prevent it from implementing Africa’s financial independence through three major African institutions that were supposed to be inaugurated in Septembre. Needless to say that Libya would have been the country providing the most money ( $32 billions that the West froze and claim they belonged to Gaddafi’s family when this money was actually destined to save Arfica from the white financial vampires that enslave nation after nation ). Despite all that, only 250 of concerned citizens took to the streets today.
Even if Mainstream Media made a tremedous misinformation job spreading propaganda, and of course didn’t inform of today’s protest , lots of people were aware of it through social networks. As an example, we, at CounterPsyOps, tried to spread the news. But apparently, most of the people prefer using social networks to learn the latest news about celebrities…
250 is better than zero, and we won’t give up. But at the end of the day, 250 out of 63 million inhabitants is nothing. This war and the upcoming ones will then have to be blamed on the people. On the people not because they decide the wars, but because they let our corrupt and evil elite lead us to the chaos by remaining completly idle.
People need to wake up. People need to make their voices heard. We don’t give up. We’ll keep reporting the truth !
Below you’ll see some pictures I took of this protest.
People listening to the speaker who was explaining how Thierry Meyssan (Voltaire Network) almost got killed and how he succeded to leave the country
A young man showing the atrocities that Nato are committing in Libya
A Tshirt show a message full of hope “Libya will live”
A man wearing Gaddafi’s picture around his neck
A picture showing how Nato protects civilians in Libya
Young people holding pictures of innocent civilians killed by Nato bombings
A woman wearing a green veil to show support to the Great Libyan Jamahiriya
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A peace activist burning Sarkozy’s picture
Sarkozy picture bruning
Sarkozy picture burnt on the ground