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International Day Against Homophobia Maio 17, 2008

Filed under: Rights — looking4good @ 1:29 am

There are 77 countries in the world today where it is a criminal offence to be gay. In seven countries the punishment is death.

An International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO) provides a platform for everyone to make a powerful statement to demand improvements for the quality of life for LGBT people. The 17th May can be used to raise awareness of homophobic issues that are negatively impacting on people’s lives and to showcase success stories where a positive change has been achieved.

The theme for 2008 is «Homosexuality is not a sickness». On May 17, 1991, the World Health Organisation (WHO) removed homosexuality from its list of mental illnesses. In 1992, this withdrawal was officially recorded in its international classification (ICD-10).

Know more here

By Nothingandall’s webmaster – Portugal


To All Filipinos Everywhere (An Anonymous Letter) Maio 4, 2008

Filed under: news,Political,Rights — looking4good @ 3:48 pm

I used to think that corruption and criminality in the Philippines were caused by poverty. But recent events tell me this isn’t true. It is one thing to see people turn into drug addicts, prostitutes, thieves and murderers because of hunger and poverty, but what excuse do these rich, educated people have that could possibly explain their bizarre behavior? And to think I was always so relieved when petty snatchers got caught and locked away in jail because I never fully realized that the big time thieves were out there, making the laws and running our country. Can it get any worse than this?

Every night, I come home and am compelled to turn on my TV to watch the latest turn of events. I am mesmerized by these characters. They are not men. They are caricatures of men – too unreal to be believable and too bad to be real. To see these so-called “honorable” crooks lambast each other, call each one names, look each other in the eye and accuse the other of committing the very same crimes that they themselves are guilty of, is so comical and appalling that I don’t know whether to laugh or cry. It is entertainment at its worst!

I have never seen so many criminals roaming around unfettered and looking smug until now. These criminals wear suits and barongs, strut around with the confidence of the rich and famous, inspire fear and awe from the very citizens who voted them to power, bear titles like “Honorable”, “Senator” , “Justice” , “General” and worse, “President.” Ironically, these lawless individuals practice law, make our laws, enforce the law. And we wonder why our policemen act the way they do! These are their leaders, and the leaders of this nation Robin Hoodlum and his band of moneymen. Their motto? “Rob the poor, moderate the greed of the rich.”

It makes me wonder where on earth these people came from, and what kind of upbringing they had to make them act the way they do for all the world to see. It makes me wonder what kind of schools they went to, what kind of teachers they had, what kind of environment would produce such creatures who can lie, cheat, and steal from an already indebted country and from the impoverished people they had vowed to serve. It makes me wonder what their children and grandchildren think of them, and if they are breeding a whole new generation of improved Filipino crooks and liars with maybe a tad more style but equally negligible conscience. Heaven forbid!

I am an ordinary citizen and taxpayer. I am blessed to have a job that pays for my needs and those of my family’s, even though 30% of my earnings go to the nation’s coffers. Just like others in my lot, I have complained time and again because our government could not provide enough of the basic services that I expect and deserve. Rutty roads, poor educational system, poor social services, poor health services, poor everything. But I have always thought that was what all third world countries were all about, and my complaints never amounted to anything more.

And then this. Scandalous government deals. Plundering presidents pointing fingers. Senators associated with crooks. Congressmen who accept bribes. Big time lawyers on the side of injustice. De Venecia ratting on his boss only after his interminable term has ended, Enrile inquiring about someone’s morality! The already filthy rich Abalos and Arroyo wanting more money than they or their great grandchildren could ever spend in a lifetime. Joker making a joke of his own “pag bad ka, lagot ka!” slogan. Defensor rendered defenseless. Gen. Razon involved in kidnapping. Security men providing anything but a sense of security. And it’s all about money, money, money that the average Juan de la Cruz could not even imagine in his dreams. Is it any wonder why our few remaining decent and hardworking citizens are leaving to go work in other countries?

And worst of all, we are once again saddled with a power-hungry president whose addiction has her clinging on to it like barnacle on a rusty ship. “Love (of power) is blind” takes a whole new meaning when PGMA time and again turns a blind eye on her husband’s financial deals. And still blinded with all that is happening, she opts to traipse around the world with her cohorts in tow while her country is in shambles.

They say the few stupid ones like me who remain in the Philippines are no longer capable of showing disgust. I don’t agree. Many like me feel anger at the brazenness of men we call our leaders, embarrassment to share the same nationality with them, frustration for our nation and helplessness at my own ineffectuality. It is not that I won’t make a stand. It is just that I am afraid my actions would only be futile. After all, these monsters are capable of anything. They can hurt me and my family. They already have, though I may not yet feel it.

But I am writing this because I need to do something concrete. I need to let others know that ordinary citizens like me do not remain lukewarm to issues that would later affect me and my children. I want to make it known that there are also Filipinos who dream of something better for the Philippines. I want them to know that my country is not filled with scalawags and crooks in every corner, and that there are citizens left who believe in decency, fairness, a right to speak, a right to voice out ideas, a right to tell the people we have trusted to lead us that they have abused their power and that it is time for them to step down. I refuse to let this country go to hell because it is the only country I call mine and it is my responsibility to make sure I have done what I could for it.

Those of us who do not have the wealth, power or position it needs to battle the evil crime lords in the government can summon the power of good. We can pray. We can do this with our families every night. We can offer petitions every time we celebrate mass. We can ask others to pray, too, including relatives and friends here and overseas. And we can offer sacrifices along with our petitions, just so we get the message to Him of our desperation in ridding our nation of these vermin. After all, they cannot be more powerful than God!

I implore mothers out there to raise your children the best way you can. Do not smother, pamper, or lavish them with too much of the material comforts of life even if you can well afford them. Teach them that there are more important things in this world. I beg all fathers to spend time with their children, to teach them the virtues of hard work, honesty, fair play, sharing, dignity and compassion “right from the sandbox” till they are old enough to go on their own. Not just in your homes, but at work, in school, everywhere you go. Be good role models. Be shining examples for your children so they will learn to be responsible adults who will carry and pass on your family name with pride and honor.

I call on educators and teachers, we always underestimate the power of your influence on the minds of our youth. Encourage them to be aware of what is happening in their surroundings. Instill in them a love of their country, inculcate in them the value of perseverance in order to gain real, worthwhile knowledge, help us mold our children into honorable men and women.. Encourage our graduates, our best and brightest, to do what they can to lift this country from the mire our traditional politicians have sunk us into. The youth is our future and it would be largely because of you, our educators, that we will be able to repopulate the seats of power with good leaders, presidents, senators, congressmen, justices, lawmakers, law enforcers and lawful citizens.

I ask all students, young people and young professionals everywhere to look around and get involved in what is happening. Do not let your youth be an excuse for failure to concern yourselves with the harsh realities you see. But neither let this make you cynical, because we need your idealism and fresh perspective just as you need the wisdom of your elders.. YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS YOU! Let your voices be heard. Do what you can for this land that gave you your ancestors and your heritage.. Use technology and all available resources at hand to spread good. Text meaningful messages to awaken social conscience. Try your best to fight moral decay because I promise you will not regret it when you become parents yourselves. You will look back at your past misdeeds and pray that your children will do better than you did.

Remember that there are a few handfuls who are capable of running this country. You can join their ranks and make their numbers greater. We are tired of the old trapos. We need brave idealistic leaders who will think of the greater good before anything else. I voted for Atty. Martin Bautista and his team and I sure hope they will run again. Do your utmost to excel in your chosen field. Be good lawyers, civil servants, accountants, computer techs, engineers, doctors, military men so that when you are called to serve in government, you will have credibility and a record that can speak for itself.

For love of this country, for the future of our children, for the many who have sacrificed and died to uphold our rights and ideals, I urge you to do what you can. As ordinary citizens, we can do much more for the Philippines than sit around and let crooks lead us to perdition. We owe ourselves this. And we owe our country even more.

Is the Filipino still worth dying for?


My Name Is Rey Abao-Dacalos Maio 3, 2008

Filed under: Beliefs,Historical,Life,Rights — looking4good @ 5:02 pm

My real name is Rey Anthony Abao-Dacalos but my birth certificate says Rey Abao-Dacalos only. I was born 12:10am on June 18, 1974, but my birth certificate says June 17, 1974. Typo or human error? Whatever…

I was born at Sacred Heart Hospital in Cebu City, baptized at Toledo City Parish – the San Juan De Sahagun and spent my childhood years at Atlas Mining Consolidated Mining Corporation, DAS, Lutopan, Toledo City. I had my primary education (and my growing years) at Andres Soriano Memorial School (ASMS) from Grade 1 to Grade 6. It was this time that my IQ was pegged at 120!

I never graduated elementary as I jump-shipped from Grade 6 to 1st Year High. ASMS had Grade 7 then (and still has now!) and my family has to move out from the ‘little Baguio’ of Cebu as I was about to take the next step, seeking for greener pastures. (

I had my secondary education at Don Bosco Technical High School at the age of 11, spent one year at Don Bosco Seminary for Brotherhood, played soccer, volleyball, horn for a brass band and graduated as a mediocre student. Luckily, I passed all my subjects during my senior year.

Puberty years at the southside, in a place where I was surrounded by cousins, relatives and street-smarts in our ancestral lot. I was one of those ‘seen’ kids and yes, I was just being a kid! No restrictions. With my father working abroad, I was such in a liberty to go beyond what was expected of me.

I entered college at the age of 15, started with the course BS Computer Engineering for two (2) years then shifted to BS Business Administration and had a happy-go-lucky college life that took me five (5) years to finish a 4-year course. But in between, I worked as a Service Crew-Trainor at Jollibee-Mango, Store Marketing Assistant at Jollibee-SM City Cebu and Special Events Coordinator-Account Executive for 92.3 Killer Bee – Cebu, earning a measly allowance for my own consumption.

I was a member of a band, playing keyboards for 3rd Edition and Opus X. I’m a big fan of LOCAL GROUND and I would prefer old school rock-n-roll!

I was never hooked on drugs but I tried it once out of curiosity and I didn’t like it. I don’t drink that much as one (1) bottle will make my world go round and I had my smoking days during the first two (2) years of my college. USC-TC was a haven.

Finishing college, I had my first ‘real’ job at San Miguel Corporation – Beer Division. Spent the first few months as Trade Marketing Assistant for Non-Alcoholic Beverage covering Visayas and Mindanao then at National level, based at the SMC Head Office in Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City.

In between, I spent Holy Week in Baguio City and noticed how people there celebrate. Not your usual I should say. Parties and events here and there. Outdoor concerts up and about. Celebration of mournings! That could well describe it. And somehow it crossed my mind – can I do this in Cebu? Alas – Bantayan Island!

Some months after, I was given the opportunity to fill-in a slot for Trade Promotions and Merchandising Assistant for Cebu-South, then for Cebu-North, based in Mandaue City. This is where my ‘glamorous and notorious’ life kicked-off! Events was my game. Party was my name! To cut the story short, I resigned from the company after seven (7) years of fruitful and ‘not-so-anomalous’ and mutually beneficial labor. I had my moments. I had my time.

Spent Holy Week in Bantayan Island from 2000 – 2004 because of work. Yes! Through those years, I did crazy things in that island but I made it a point to visit the three (3) churches during Holy Thursdays and spent Good Fridays on the beach – lazy as a bee! A lot do not know but I can say with pride that I was instrumental in making those parties happen back then and maybe what it is today. On that island – in Sta. Fe, Bantayan Island.

Later part of 2003, I, Juel Zoleta and the rest of the Local Ground-New Cebu Music pioneers formed Cebu Music Factory. (

There is life after the beer as I spent the next three (3) months as Senior Specialist for Corporate Marketing of Globe Telecom covering Western Visayas. I resigned! There are things better left unsaid. But that bastard! He was such a dirty bastard himself! He had his time. Much worst than mine combined!

It was during this period that me and Mael Lavares started Cebu DJ Centrale Services. (

I had stints as Sales and Operations Manager for Cebu Club Fort Med Resort, Boljoon, down south and Resort Operations Manager for San Remigio Beach Club, San Remigio, up north. Currently, I’m a Marketing Communications Officer in one of the top local IT companies in Cebu.

I have four (4) kids – Andre (April 19, 1997), Seona (February 25, 1998), Mellissa (September 25, 2002) and Summer (March 24, 2006). Not the usual family as they are only related through me. To the moms, thank for bringing life to angels!

Don’t look at me as if I’m the only person in this kind of situation because I’m not! I am proud of my kids and it will stay that way always! I admit I have my shortcomings and failures as a father but I know one day, I’ll make it up to them if only the people around them would permit me.

I can play games if you want me to. I can be a loyal friend. I will die for what I believe in and I can stand up for the person I love. I can shoot you if I have to but I’ll cross the bridge when I get there. To all those I’ve hurt or had misunderstandings before, my sincerest apologies. As they say, to err is human and to forgive is divine.

I’m back to ground-zero and keeping my fingers crossed that God will give me a chance for redemption. Never too late to change. Never too late to pull myself up and start life over again. I’ve seen the darkest and worst part of me. No regrets. Just memories. More importantly, lessons!

My life is somehow going around in circles but I know everything will fall in its proper place in God’s time. I am no religious but I’m a firm believer. My faith is strong and I pray for safety and good health for all those close to my heart. I’m grateful for all the blessings but in the end, whatever comes my way, let His will be done.

Presently, I’m happy because I know I’m being loved!

Don’t judge me because of my past and as if I’m the lowest human standing and moving around on this planet. First, take a look at yourself and ask – Who am I? Know yourself before you judge me. Know the real you! Scared to admit and face the truth?

So, what’s your story?


Israel’s Crime Against Humanity Abril 29, 2008

Filed under: Life,Rights — looking4good @ 8:37 am

GAZA CITY, 29 April 2008 — Israeli tanks shelled a house in the Beit Hanoun neighborhood of the Gaza Strip yesterday killing six Palestinians, including four children and their mother.

“They have wiped out my family,” said the children’s father, Ahmed Abu Mouteq, putting his hands on his head in despair and weeping as the bodies were prepared for burial.

The four children were identified as one-year-old Musab, four-year-old Saleh, three-year-old Hana and six-year-old Rodina. Their 40-year-old mother was named as Miyaser.

“I left my house just moments before to look for one of my children. I heard the sound of the explosion, and when I returned home I found my wife and my children in a pool of blood,” said the grieving father.

“They had been eating breakfast and my wife had been holding our youngest child in her hands,” said Abu Mouteq as he looked down at blood, bits of flesh and spilled milk splashed across the wreckage.

“My wife and children were in the courtyard in their pajamas when the Israelis shelled this house,” he said.

“They were eating when they were hit,” said a neighbor at the site, where chickens pecked at a bloodstained floor and cooked potatoes grew cold in a pot.

A 17-year-old Palestinian civilian, Ayyoub Attalah, who was passing by the home, was also killed in the missile strike.

A hospital worker shows journalists the bodies of four children after their house was shelled by Israeli tanks in the Beit Hanoun neighborhood of Gaza Strip on Monday while they were having their breakfast. (Reuters)

“This aggression does not serve efforts being exerted to achieve calm, and it obstructs the peace process,” said Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

Hamas lashed out at Israel, saying the Beit Hanoun assault undermined talks in Egypt aimed at securing a cease-fire in Gaza.

Senior Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh said the massacre was part of Israel’s constant attempts to destroy any regional or international effort to lift the siege and end violence.

Hamas’ armed wing, Ezzeddine Al-Qassam Brigades, said it fired three rockets at the town of Sderot in response to the Beit Hanoun carnage.

“We are currently investigating this morning’s tragic incident,” said Mark Regev, a spokesman for Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.

Earlier yesterday, leaders of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, the Popular Resistance Committees and the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine traveled from Gaza to Cairo for talks with Egyptian intelligence officials on a possible cease-fire with Israel. Hamas has offered Israel a six-month truce if it lifted an embargo on the territory.

Israel dismissed the truce proposal on Friday, saying the Palestinian group wanted to prepare for more fighting rather than peace.

But Hamas said on Saturday it was waiting for an official Israeli response, and Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal said he would wait until Egyptian mediators met Israeli officials to relay the cease-fire proposal before deciding how to react.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Haniyeh has expanded his dismissed Cabinet by appointing five new ministers in another move consolidating his de facto administration in the Gaza Strip.

Among the five new Cabinet members were Mahmoud Zahar, whom Haniyeh re-appointed as foreign minister, and Said Siam, who was given the Interior Ministry portfolio.

Both also served as foreign and interior minister in the Hamas-led government formed in March 2006, shortly after Hamas defeated Fatah in free and fair elections.

The de facto Cabinet headed by Haniyeh had had only five members, including the deposed premier himself, since June 2007. In that month, Hamas took control of the Strip by overpowering the headquarters of security forces loyal to Abbas and Fatah.

Abbas responded by dismissing the Hamas-led government and appointing a caretaker government based in the West Bank.

However, that government headed by acting Prime Minister Salam Fayyad has never been ratified by the Hamas-dominated Palestinian Parliament.

Taher Al-Nounou, the spokesman of the de facto Hamas Cabinet, said Gaza members of the Palestinian Parliament would convene “soon” for a vote of confidence in the five new nominees.

The Parliament as a whole has been dysfunctional due to the Gaza-West Bank split — which has led Fatah to boycott sessions — and also because Israel has arrested many Hamas parliamentarians.




Babies of animal and Human being Abril 19, 2008

Filed under: Life,Nature,peace,Rights — looking4good @ 9:11 pm

Evolution to army, crisis and globalization of “Pax Americana?”


مظاهرات تأييد من أنحاء العالم الى المحلة الكبرى Abril 16, 2008

Filed under: Political,Rights — looking4good @ 9:50 am
اضغط على الصورة لتشاهد باقي صور المظاهرة

مظاهرة أمام السفارة المصرية بفينا يوم الخميس الماضي 9 ابريل للتضامن مع عمال ومواطني المحلة الكبرى في مواجهة سفاحي الداخلية المصرية

بعض الشعارات في المظاهرة:

التضامن مع عمال المحلة
الحرية للمعتقلين السياسيين
يسقط نظام مبارك الارهابي
مبارك = قاتل

*تغطية بالألمانية على موقع منظموا المظاهرة في النمسا هــــنــــا



نظم تجمع أوقفوا الحرب ببريطانيا مظاهرة أمام السفارة المصرية في لندن يوم الجمعة الماضي 10 ابريل للتضامن مع عمال غزل المحلة… كما تم تسليم بيان للسفارة المصرية للتضامن مع عمال ومواطني المحلة ولإدانة الهجمة البربرية للنظام المصري على المتظاهرين المحتجين على ارتفاع الأسعاروقمع اضراب عمال الغزل والنسيج والمطالبة بالافراج الفوري عن المئات من النشطاء والعمال ومنهم لجنة تنظيم الاضراب والذين اعتقلهم النظام المصري على خلفية أحداث المحلة



نظمت حملة التضامن مع مصر في مدينة تورنتو الكندية مظاهرة تضامن مع عمال وأهالي المحلة الكبرى ، والنشطاء المعتقلين على خلفية اضراب 6 ابريل .. وذلك يوم الجمعة 10 ابريل من الخامسة الى السادسة والنصف مساءً أمام مكاتب مصر للطيران بتورنتو .. كما قامت بتوجيه خطاب الى السفارة المصرية بمدينة أتوا تدين فيه العنف الوحشي الذي واجه به النظام المصري المحتجين على انخفاض الدخول ومستوى المعيشة ، والمطالبين بتخفيض الأسعار مما أدى الى مصرع شخصين على الأقل وإصابة المئات .. ذلك فضلاً عن الإدانة التامة لاستمرار اعتقال مئات النشطاء والمواطنين في المحلة وعدد من المحافظات الأخرى في مصر … كما قامت بدعوة المواطنين الكنديين لإرسال خطابات إدانة الى البريد الالكتروني الشخصي للسفير المصري بكندا د-محمود السعيد



لمشاهدة باقي صور الوقفة اضغط على الصورة

نظم تحالف أوقفوا الحرب .. بالتعاون مع بعض النشطاء العرب والأصدقاء من مركز دراسات وأبحاث الشرق الأوسط باليونان وقفة احتجاجية للتضامن مع عمال وأهالي المحلة .. أمام السفارة المصرية بأثينا وذلك يوم الجمعة الماضي 10 ابريل

بعض الشعارات في المظاهرة:

تضامناً مع العمال في مصر

يسقط نظام مبارك
لا للتعاون بين الحكومة اليونانية والديكتاتورية في مصر

*وكان الاتحاد العام لعمال اليونان قد أصدر بياناً صحفياً قام المتظاهرون بقراءته ثم قاموا بتسليمه الى السفارة المصرية
وكان نص البيان كالآتي :

تضامناً مع المضربين في مصر

نحن، الاتحاد العام للعمال في اليونان، نعبر عن تضامننا ودعمنا للنضال الشرعي لعمال الغزل في منطقة المحلة بمصر.
نحن ندين تدخل قوات الأمن (تماما كما فعلنا في الماضي) الذي كان له تبعات كارثية بوقوع اثنان من القتلى والعشرات من المصابين ومئات المعتقلين، من بينهم لجنة الاضراب من العمال
نضم أصواتنا إلى أصوات زملائنا المصريين في احتجاجهم ومعركتهم ونحن نطالب بالافراج الفوري عن جميع المعتقلين وتلبية كافة مطالبهم

سكرتارية الصحافة والعلاقات العامة
10 /4/ 2008

شكر خاص لمدونة تضامن على ترجمة البيان



اضغط على الصورة لمشاهدة باقي صور المظاهرة أمام القنصلية المصرية باسطنبول

قام كل من .. المركز التركي للحقوق الاجتماعية .. ومجموعة دعم ودراسة الحركات العمالية .. بالاضافة الى الحزب الاشتراكي الديمقراطي .. ومجموعة مناهضة الرأسمالية بتركيا .. بتنظيم مظاهرة أمام السفارة المصرية باسطنبول يوم الجمعة 10 ابريل للتضامن مع عمال وأهالي المحلة .. ولإدانة الوحشية المفرطة للنظام المصري في مواجهة المظاهرات والاحتجاجات الاجتماعية الأخيرة وفي القلب منها اضراب عمال غزل المحلة الذي قمعه النظام قبل أن يبدأ في 6 ابريل

الخبر بالإنجليزية هـــنـــا


الولايات المتحدة

تنظم حملة التضامن مع المتظاهرين المصريين بمدينة نيويورك مظاهرة غداً الاثنين 14 ابريل في الواحدة ظهراً أمام القنصلية المصرية .. وذلك للتضامن مع عمال ومواطني المحلة في احتجاجهم على ارتفاع الأسعار وانخفاض الأجور وإدانة استمرار اعتقال مئات النشطاء والعمال والأهالي على خلفية أحداث 6 و 7 و 8 ابريل والتي واجهها النظام المصري بوحشية بالغة


وفي مدينة سان فرانسيسكو يجري الآن التحضير لمظاهرة أمام مبنى القنصلية المصرية يوم الجمعة المقبل 18-4 للتضامن مع عمال ومواطني المحلة الكبرى وادانة نظام مبارك القمعي الذي تعامل مع الاحتجاجات بمنتهى الوحشية مما أدى الى مقتل اثنين على الأقل وإصابة المئات من المواطنين .. ذلك بالإضافة الى مئات المعتقلين على خلفية الأحداث سواء من داخل المحلة أو من محافظات أخرى … فضلاً عن تكسير الكاميرات ومطاردة واعتقال الصحفيين مصريين كانوا أو أجانب

الخبر بالانجليزية هـــنـــا
دعوة للتظاهر تضامنا مع المحلة أمام القنصلية المصرية بسان فرانسيسكو

شكر واجب لــ عرباوي على مجهوده الرائع في توفير المعلومات عن هذه المظاهرات التضامنية لحظة بلحظة


…..ولا يزال قطار التضامن مستمراً


انقذونا يا عالم Abril 13, 2008

Filed under: peace,Rights,video — looking4good @ 8:53 pm
انقذوا مصر المحتله
من مصر المغتصبه الى فلسطين المحتله والعراق المحتله وافغانستان المحتله ولبنان وسوريا المنتهكه
الى جميع انحاء العالم ان الشعب المصري بريئ مما يحدث بجميع الدول العربيه وكل ما يحدث بكم
لهو من تخازل حكامنا العرب وخضوعهم للهيمنه الامريكيه الصهيونيه
واكبر دليل على ذلك ما حدث وما زال يحدث بابناء مصر من قبل يوم الغضب 6 ابريل
لذلك اوجه رساله للعالم كله ان الشعب المصري بريئ بريئ ولا يرضى بالظلم ولا يرضى بالهوان
فنداء لكل مصري على ارض مصر الكنانه
نداء لكل عربي يحب مصر ويرفض الاحتلال
نداء لجميع منظمات حقوق الانسان بالعالم
انقذوا الشعب المصري المحتل
طالبوا بالافراج عن كل المعتقلين السياسيين
طالبوا باستقلال مصر وحريتها
ان ما ستشاهدونه في هذا الفيديو لهو
لقطات من غزه وفلسطين ولبنان والعراق ومصر
لن تستطيعوا ان تفرقوا بين المكان والزمان
وهل الصوره بمصر ام بمكان اخر
ولذلك نؤكد للعالم ان مصر محتله والهي مصر محتله
ولكن الفكر الجديد جاء باحتلال جديد فدائما ما نجد المحتل
يلبس خوذه وبدله كاكي وسلاح بيده وزمزاميه مياه ويركب دبابه
وقد نرى على راسه
فروع شجر للتمويه
ولكن الاحتلال بمصر مختلف
فهو يرتدي
البدله والساعه الذهبيه والحذاء البانس
والسيارات الثمينه الغاليه

وللاسف ان اي محتل يكون ليس من الدوله التى يحتلها ويكون جنسيه اخرى
ولكن بمصر المحتل من نفس الجنسيه ومن ابناء نفس الشعب
فلذلك اطالب بفك الحصار عن مصر اطالب بجلاء المحتلين اطالب
بالوقوف معنا اطالب بعدم ترك ارض الكنانه مصر فعار على كل مصري
سواء خارج مصر او على ارضها السكوت عما يحدث من سرقه لمقدرات الشعب
سرقه حلمه ومستقبله وطموحه سرقه حتى لسانه وكلمته سرقه حقه في الحياه
فقد اعتدى هذا النظام على الصحفيات والصحفيين ورؤساء التحرير
اعتدى على الاطفال والرجال والنساء
اعتدى على العمال والموظفين
اعتدى على السياسيين والشباب
اعتدى على ارض مصر
اعتدى على حق المصري في الحياه
اعتدى على غاز مصر وصدره لاعدائنا
اعتدى على محاصيل مصر وصدر منها ما يؤكل
وترك لنا ما يسرطن ويقتل
اعتدى على قناه السويس ومرر السفن الحربيه لمحاربه العراق
اعتدى على مصانعنا وباعها لليهود تحت اي مسمى هنود وخلافه
اعتدى على من قال لا للظلم ومن قال بحبك يا مصر
لذلك اقول انقذونا
ولا تقفوا ساكنين قوما بعمل وقفات امام جميع السفارات التى انتم بدولها

ارسلوا هذه الرساله لجميع سفارات العالم وللامم المتحده ولمنظمات حقوق الانسان