pixle ([personal profile] pixle) wrote2011-01-29 04:07 pm

I admit it I watched this and cried

The perspective of how lucky we, just keeps hitting me hard. These people are braving curfew, riot police and death to be heard.

And if you can, please share with as many people as you can.



"We will not be silenced, whether you're a Christian, whether you're a Muslim, whether you're an atheist, you will demand your goddam rights, and we will have our rights one way or the other. We will not be SILENCED
"

[identity profile] skorupion.livejournal.com 2011-01-29 11:47 pm (UTC)(link)
Stuff like this never ceases to move me.

Never.

It's both sad to see how unlucky a lot of people are, but also inspirational to see people rally up like this for their chance, despite the risks. They're very brave.

[identity profile] namewithnumbers.livejournal.com 2011-01-30 12:07 am (UTC)(link)
Stuff like this is why I feel I can never justify feeling as sad as I do at times.

It's amazing how courageous people can become, but it's horrible knowing how unlucky many people are and that they have to really work against all odds.
Edited 2011-01-30 00:07 (UTC)

[identity profile] shadowandfoxgal.livejournal.com 2011-01-30 01:39 am (UTC)(link)
This is a true sign of bravery that people have when the odds are against them. Because they are passionate about something, something they want to change. And they're fighting for it.

I feel sad that these people are suffering, but it's also an inspiration. I felt really moved.

[identity profile] noo-da-puppi.livejournal.com 2011-01-30 04:46 am (UTC)(link)
My heart goes out to all those folks fighting just to have the things we take for granted. I hate violence, but if that's the only way they can get those rights we all as Humans have, then I wish each one of them the strength of thousands.

[identity profile] wefeelgroove.livejournal.com 2011-01-30 06:45 pm (UTC)(link)
Hey man I cried too. This whole thing is so surreal and humbling.

[identity profile] kagetenshi.livejournal.com 2011-01-30 06:47 pm (UTC)(link)
"People shouldn't be afraid of their government. Governments should be afraid of their people."