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To Fouad: Are you really a Libyan?!

I have read one of the letters signed by Fouad who is a Libyan as he said. He thinks that he can group all Libyans under one roof by his talented charm and good faith in Gadafi's regime. Good luck to our friend and I wish him all the best.

I want him to tell me how does Gadafi treat students in Libya. Probaply you will say they are free to express their opinions and feelings all the time. They can protest and shout. They can marsh in the streets and ask for resturants to provide food for them or to keep books prices down. They can protest against non-democratic elections of the student union. I think you will say yes they can do that, but why do they want to do that when they are among the most talented students in expressing their feelings. They will not do that because they know that there is no need for all of that as freedom is been granted for everybody. Freedem of speech, protesting, marshing and even not to go to Gadafi's lectures. I think you answered all the questions Mr. Fouad.

The second question will be about health in libya. Probaply the health system in Libya is very sofisticated and well planned. All Libyans get free health care which is not there. As you know now you can see a doctor in hospital free and you will have admission free and even treatment is free but you have to bring with you, water, medicine, clothes, blankete, syrnges, food, bed covers, anastetic drugs, antibiotics, dental fillings and even your waste container, and you will be provided with empty bed and you will be lucky if there are strings in it. That is the free health care, but if you are rich or from Sirt you will be sent to the North where everything is paid by father Gadafi. How do you feel now Mr. Fouad? Do you still want all Libyans to run after your ideas to go back and say yes to your father Gadafi? What a shame! I will not, but maybe someone will understand what you exactly mean and will help you in promoting Gadafi's ambitions. Go Fouad and visit the hospitals in Libya and see what is happening and how many deaths per day because of lack of medicine, care, equipment and doctors ,and hunger for money. I can't imagine, you will soon have an illness and you can't get the right treatment for it even if it is a very simple treatable condition. I will tell you that I am now working as a pharmacist and I have been asked nearly on a daily bases from Libyan friends who want this medicine or that drug for their son/daughter or father/mother. I just want to hear from you when you visit any hospital in Libya, to tell all Libyans about what you have seen. You will say everything is avaliable and free!

How about education and the level of education comparing 20 years back and now. Now everyone can read and speak father Gadafi's language. Children can sing songs of Gadafi, read stories of father Gadafi, even dress like father Gadafi and mother Safia. That is the very high standard of education in Libya. Stduents in libya know everything about al-Jamaharia and the Libyan history from 1st September 1969 till now. They know how to use the empty klashinkov and how to marsh in 1st September every year to salute father Gadafi. Eveyone by the age of 15 will be able to read newspapres and know the time table and read Elfatiha and sorat El-Nas. Maybe your children are clever and you spend alot of time with them or have a special tutur and you are still saying education is great in Libya and it is free, eventhough the teachers will not get their salaries for up to three months. I am sure that you Fouad like to be a teacher and educate many people about the father Gadafi history and his philosophy of how to run a country.

Don't talk about money and Gadafi's graet heart for charatable work as well as his sons. Your father Gadafi likes freedom while Libyan prisons are still empty; sorry full. He likes to build and give to our brothers in Africa while most Libyans who are in their thirties are still living with their parents even when they have three or four children. Gadafi's sons like sports and want to watch and meet great sports men in Libya and show them to the Libyans with the blessings of the great leader who suddenly likes sports, even at one stage his leg was broken when he was exersising!!

EnNaji

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