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From Oldenburg: In solidarity with the refugee protest march from Munich to Nuremberg in Bavaria:Deportation it is criminal
In solidarity from Oldenburg with the refugee protest march from Munich to Nuremberg in Bavaria:Deportation it is criminal
We are so proud of you guys down there in the Bavaria, the "Refugee Struggle for Freedom: https://refugeestruggle.org/ ", don’t give in, we shall win our freedom sooner than later. The injustices imposed on us normally known as the rest, we are tortured and many of us killed on a daily basis. The west keeps most dictators in those high positions where we must be deported, again to get tortured and killed. It will end, nothing lasts forever.
Giving up is not anywhere in our dictionary. We are here for a purpose and that purpose we must realize. It is a calamity to see the western developed nations suffocating us here in terms of restrictions from all human basic needs and then keep supporting the bad governance in our homelands. The sole voice that we possess is marching along the streets in solidarity for the entire nation to witness and hear of the atrocities befalling us in the asylum camps, on the streets and during deportation procedures.
Deportation is against the law, it is criminal, freedom of movement is our right, marching from Munich to Nuremberg is the voice that must be heard. Heard by the populations to tone down on their discriminations and racist ways. Heard by the authorities that sooner or later they must acknowledge us as equal human beings, we deserve better living conditions and fair justice. Justice knows no color and has no prejudice, Justice has one language and that is free and fair for all. We keep up this solidarity, justice must come our way.
We cannot thank u guys enough for the representation in this refugee protest march, your voice is loud and clear, in solidarity we remain
Regina Kiwanuka (Oldenburg) Refugee-Migrants Political Community - Platform