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Mr Ali Errishi The Do Gooder

Mr Ali Errishi we are the honourable men and women who spent most of our adult lives in exile away from our families, friends and loved ones rightly so for our beliefs like decency equality democracy and human rights and for our intellectuals so they could have their say.

Mr Ali Errishi as naive as they come we did not do this so at the end we could creep to an official to renew our passports we stood for many years for decency, democracy and human rights for our people.

Mr Ali Errishi as defeatist as they come our stand was necessary and justified our battle however is ideological more then you think we want no more no less then a fair Civil Democratic State offers freedom of expression decency equality democracy and human rights these are our rights not favours.

Libyan intellectuals have stated that the system is dictatorial, unfair, corrupt and undemocratic this was the case and still is the case until we start dealing with each other as equal the battle goes on and we will carry candle until we die and our children will carry the candle after us.

Mr Ali Errishi your trivial services are available for those weak freedom fighters that decide to give up the struggle we call them traitors of the cause these are the people you serve.

Mr Ali Errishi the do gooder, nothing and nothing then our rights and a compensation for the years you and your likes and the people you are dealing with stole from us you have no idea how many angry young men the system produced over the last three decades. The only message you need to rely to your masters is the longer it takes the worst it gets.

Dr Mabruk A Mabruk
The General Secretary of the Libyan Democrats Society

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