We all understand the motive for Libyans to write under anonymous or phony names when they expose or criticize the criminal regime of Qaddafi. But there is no justification for using a pseudonym when you are criticizing our Libyan countrymen. Qaddafi's disgusting henchmen write on the Internet under pseudonyms because they don't want to be held accountable when Qaddafi's regime collapses, which they sense may happen very soon. In addition, these vermin are ashamed to support Qaddafi's primitive regime, yet they do it anyway for monetary benefits and other favors that may ooze into their greedy fingers from the corruption and stink of this illegitimate government.
Regarding "The Freudian Slip of Mansour Omar El-Kikhia" by Anonymous, dated May 11, 2001, I have this to say. Anonymous, whoever you are: You are a coward. You are not a big man like you are acting. No, you are very short and crawl on the ground like a worm. You are a filthy dog and you must be very effeminate pip-squeak, with a need to overcompensate for your regrettable flaws. Your odious smell is certainly repulsive and must be universally detested by everyone around you. Why don't you offer your critiques under your real name like a real man? Drop a set of nuts and speak openly. There is no reason to hide unless you are afraid because of your own actions. Your personal criticism of El-Kikhia is nothing more than blatant advocacy for one of the most heinous, decadent regimes in the annals of human history. As the saying goes, "if you hear bad things about me from a mercenary or a bottom feeder, that is proof of my higher worth."
I do not know Mr. El-Kikhia personally. I did not read his book, and I am not defending his arguments. All I know about him is that he is anti-Qaddafi. However, I can conclude this about "Anonymous": He is a servant of Dorda and Qaddafi's evil empire. Anonymous, listen up! If you are going to attack one of our struggling countrymen personally, then you should have the (...) to reveal yourself so your victim can defend himself.