It is very difficult to know who is right and who is wrong from the prospective revision of what have been written on this page. It appears that more than 60% are using very strong language and using various words to describe Gadafi and his family and some times I am one of them. There is a group of less than 10% who know what they are talking about, the rest are just writing without any knowledge of writing and they express themselves as sympathizers with the regime or follow the pharaoh's way of joking. There is a lot of improvement in the over 60% group and some of the writers are making their ways to the 10% group.
I think we should keep our writing to Libyans as there are some evidences that many people can excess this page. Libyans inside Libya know who is Gadafi and no need to remind them each time about what he had done. They do not want to read abusive language and street phrases in a very popular web site. There is no harm to do it in certain times like 7th April, 1st September, attack on Bab ElAzeezia and 24th of December. As this page can be read by Gadafi followers and sometimes himself or his family, we should be very careful in our writing. This is not because we may hurt him but because he will censer this page and we lose a vital way of communication with Libyans inside Libya. Many reputable writers contributed to this page and it is an obligation for all of them to keep writing as this is the only way we can be heard.
Libyans who write on this page should keep writing but we should be more selective and targeted. There is no need to waste time writing about AbMusab, ElMarad, Fouad, Haila, Elgherbal, Elamazigia and Leebe Hur. AbMusab, ElMarad, Fouad and others, who are faithful to Gadafi and talking the same language as he always does will keep the same tone of language and better to ignore them. The regime's sympathizers produced no facts and no accreditation in their responses as many of us read on this page. Many of us wrote and asked them to produce facts but they are always twisting the words without real facts. It is not up-to them to tell us the facts but up-to us to look for and deliver it to Libyans. I feel and many will agree on that, ElTawerian is the tongue of Gadafi and he is the vocal cords for all of them.
We should write to people in Libya and encourage them to deliver and spread what is written on this page. It is an ambition but one day it will happen as people will find honesty in our writing. People still not convinced that change will come from inside the country as Gadafi controlling every thing. This belief began to change and by using telecommunication to deliver these messages we can encourage people to do more to overcome their fear and help each other to prepare for the victory. Maybe some people will think it will not happen in real life but many regimes have been destroyed by people's well and people belief. We have no other way to communicate with people except in this way and should use it as it is our chance. It is then to our people to do something inside. They can help us to find web sites that are accessible to the public. It is up to them to provide more facts about each school, hospital, factory, universities,clubs and companies. It is up to individual Libyan to write and tell other people this is the time we should do something. It is up to all of us to wake-up and put aside all our fear and confront the regime in Libya. It is up to all males and females in Libya to stop the regime from emptying our banks and stealing our wealth. It is up to the intellictuals to come out of their shells and participate heavily in all kind of media and write and tell facts about what is happening in Libya. It is up to student to push all Eltawerian outside the schools and universities and take the leadership for starting new revolution against the regimen. It is up to teachers to encourage their pupils to start the spark for the change. It is up to military commands and army to help all these people and not to help the regime. I shall leave it here today as I have been told to keep it short and targeted.
God bless Libya and Libyans and keep on improving.