DEMONSTRATION |Saturday, june 8th 2013 | 12 o’clock | HH-Centralstation/Hachmannplatz
An African proverb says:
“A goat that is already dead, no more afraid of knives.”
To all migrant communities in Hamburg
To all those, who have not betrayed their own hearts and souls
We call you all to the streets to give a sign of solidarity and common struggle for our rights as human beings.
We are survivors of the NATO war in Libya. Everything we could build for us in Libya, we have lost. In the name of democracy and human rights, Libya, NATO countries have set on fire. The consequences of the war impact far beyond the borders of Libya. We, refugees from Libya in Europe, are the witnesses of the crime. We have come against our will and because of the intervention of the West of Europe. There is no going back for us.
We have seen many terrible things and overcome many obstacles. Now we live as unwanted immigrants on the streets of countries that speak of humanitarian protection but do not want to implement it. Again, we must fight for survival, while new wars in the name of democracy and human rights are already started.
The victims are the people who are supposed to be protected. To be a refugee is not criminal. Criminal is the one that generates refugees.
>To all our brothers and sisters who are due to the interests of powerful states also become refugees,
>to all our brothers and sisters who are because of the color of their skin, discriminated against and humiliated,
>to all our brothers and sisters who have come before us for a long time in this country and on this continent and learned to know the pain of rejection,
>to our young brothers and sisters who are born here in this country, and yet as “foreigners”,
>to all the people who see peace and justice as a unit and stand up for
come with us, the refugees of the NATO war in Libya, “Lampedusa in Hamburg” on the road.
It is the fault of NATO and the European Union that we are here.
We are human beings and have rights. If the laws are against us, they must be abolished or changed. The man makes the law, not the law of the man.