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Written by Ben   
Wednesday, 11 July 2012 14:24

Comparison: "Vocal Diaspora" vs "Silent Majority"

Dear Netters,

The Toxic Diaspora with all its alleged might campaigned against Ethiopians’ football & cultural event in Washington DC. By pooling together all their websites, radio programs, & print media outlets they set-up a task-force to implement their wicked agenda. Unfortunate to them, Silent Majority refused to listen to their noise & flocked to the events. For comparison, I post here pictures showing their demonstrators & the silent majority.

As always, We Post, You Judge!

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Vocal Diaspora demonstrate at the events

 

"Silent Majority" enjoying Ethiopian Day Celebration

 

"Silent Majority" enjoying July 4th Concert

 

"Silent Majority" enjoying the Closing Day Concert

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Last Updated on Thursday, 12 July 2012 22:09
 

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