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lived in Berlin for 4 years now...
Unpublished Poet (getting published 2016)
Warchild & son to revolutionary guerilla fighters. When peace is attacked, we have to defend it.
The last 8 years I lived in Spain, Southafrica, Cuba, and Berlin.
I´m in love with languages and since 2008 poetry is big part of my life. I collect words and my dream is to be an published author (gonna happen soon) and as an actor, portray stories in Sweden which has not been told yet. Stories of immigrants and refugees upbringing, creoles in the new country.
My current stop is Berlin and i´m here to finish my acting studies.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I´ve been sharing my couch all around. Now it´s time to surf, but still try to help out as many surfers as I can that needs a couch
I met adorable people when i couchsurfed through Centralamerica. Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala.
*Playing daf and ney with my father,
*Writing love letters (hand written obviously)
* My GuerillaFighter mum & GuerillaCaptain dad and their comrades in http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Komala
*Art of Emory Douglas - My friend and former minister of culture in the Black Panther Party
*Activist in the struggle
*My Beloved friends
* Shake my fucking ass
*Talking five languages per day. At least 4.
*Hip Hop (In the real world, these just people with ideas, they just like me and you, when the smoke and camera disappear) - M1
*Cuban afro jazz - Bebo Valdés
*Music from Iran - کامکاران
*Music from Senegal
*Music from Mali
*Farming to become selfsufficient
*Kurdish folk music - کامکارها
*Reading short storys and poetry for people I don´t know
*Streetpoetry and streetacting
* Music in general
- folk music
- emergency services
Music, Movies, and Books
Omar Khayyam, Pablo Neruda, Gabriel Garcia Marquez
Actors: Al Pacino & Robert de Niro
Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau
Art: Oswaldo Guayasamín
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
*** Nuclear power-plant blockade with 250 activists - and 2500 police officers.
***I builded an igloo with friends in the middle of nowhere. 30 minus Celsius degrees. Slept inside without fire. Just the warmth of my friends by spooning each other while sleeping in our sleeping bags and thermal trousers.
***My 5 months in the NGO "the surplus people" - Educating and supporting small-scale farmers in ecological farming in the region of wester Cape in South Africa. The goal is to be self sufficient so you can grow your own crops and fruit.
***Sahara marathon - an international sport event to demonstrate solidarity with the Saharawi people. Last "colony" of Africa
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach how to build an igloo and how to survive in a subarctic climate.
I can teach you the penguin dance (helps the circulatory system in your hands when it´s literally ice-cold)
I can teach you how to beatbox with a ney
I want to know your dream, share it with me, and tell me how to realize it.
Countries I’ve Lived In
Cuba, Germany, Iraq, South Africa, Spain, Sweden