Operation Tunisia is not over

Discussion in 'Wikileaks' started by Nemesis91, Jan 9, 2011.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Does Haiti have an Internet?

    WikiLeaks cables: 'Baby Doc' Duvalier's possible return to Haiti concerned US
    And now:
    Haitians left guessing over "Baby Doc" return motive
  2. the Guru Member

    thanks to every body who belived in operation world is possible! FREE TUNISIA!!!
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  3. Herro Member

    Hopefully the new world will have better platitudes and empty slogans.
  4. rambozo Member

    It's not over yet.
    The RCD party is still on power and today they builded up a fake government.
    Freedom is still at risk but the people are fighting well.
    stay tuned
  5. mojo Member

    rambozo, the RCD has taken seats in the gov't...and i'll grant you that they are important ones, but by the same token the gov't and country still needs to run. of 19 seats the RCD has taken 6 from what i've read. moncef marzouki and other exiled voices are returning to Tunisia. some arrests have been made of ben ali's cohorts, the largest human rights org that until now was banned is free to operate, the EU has offered to help and oversee elections, the eyes of the world are on Tunisia. the french have claimed that they will assist in seizure of ben ali property and have frozen his, his family's and other extended members bank accounts. these guys in the unity govt deserve a chance -- this is a momentous change and after 23 years of progressive abuse and silenced voices -- people without experience and no clear understanding of how to run gov't cannot just step in and do the job. IMHO a transitional govt is needed but the opposition needs to keep a clear head and be given a loud voice and seats at the table....all i am saying is the new RCD team know that their every move will be under scrutiny and they'd better be able to take responsibility for their actions.

    the worst offenders are gone and it's time to fix the constitution so that all the abuses of the ben ali era are rooted out!
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  6. Anonymous Member

    you are hereby promoted...nay, hatted (nearly forgot i was on clambake2.0) to minister of platitudes and slogans to make sure of this.
  7. guille Member

    Wow, we as Anonymous we should try to do everything we can to help our tunisian brothers.
    I don't know what to do, maybe send some help (kind of food or money to the people), but that's kind some very dificult to organise...

    Shall we organize movilizations in our home cities to force our governments to do something to help?
    I mean, if for exemple, I and all the other anonymous in barcelona organize a movilization in front of the government's building maybe if we're enough people they'll feel obliged to do something. Just don't know if it'll work, but we must try, no?

    I suggest this because all I've seen that my government has done is shameful. When things go ok, the mediterranean governments always say the mediterranean countries should help ourselves to become closer one another. But when things go crazy like what the police is doing in Tunisia, then they just worry to send planes to bring their 100 national tourists back home rather than sending food or troops to help the tunisian army keep the country's order.

    Is it true that the police is attacking people and the army is the only security force helping the population? If it's really like this, we should worry even more that we are now :(
  8. guille Member

    I just ask because I don't know what to believe on TV and what not. Maybe as you are a tunisian you could gimme a clearest report of the situation
  9. mojo Member

  10. Rockyj Member
  11. Nemesis91 Member

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  12. Rockyj Member

  13. mojo Member

  14. Unfortunately, ^^^THIS. Real change is going to take real time and real effort. What the people of Tunisia have right now is the chance of a new start, nothing more. My thoughts and hopes are with them as they make this transition to a brighter day.
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  15. Anonymous Member

    Love it.
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  16. To the people of Tunisia, words cannot express how happy I am that this dark chapter of your history is coming to a close, and that you are transitioning to a more open republic with a (hopefully) democratically-elected leadership. Once you achieve an elected government and right the ills with your country, remember the wise words of the late actor Ricardo Montalban: "Politics is too partisan, and sometimes patriotism is cast aside. Patriotism is honor and love of your country and your brothers and sisters. With politics I get the impression that it's all about what's good for the party and not necessarily what's good for the country." May your country's politics in the coming years not degenerate to that point, and may your country, your people, and your families prosper and live in peace. The greatest revenge you can have on former dictator Ben Ali is to live well and show him how much better off you are and can be without him. Of course, bringing him before an impartial court to be tried would be a huge bonus, if it can happen.
  17. Anonymous Member

    Is truth with the rumor of Slim Amamou? It say he is one of us?
  18. guille Member

    But it's not a rule of Anonymous that members must stay Anonymous?
  19. Anonymous Member

    Salut et fraternité aux anonymes tunisiens.Il apparait à tous que l' opération tunisie doit continuer. Je voudrais vous faire une suggestion: ils faudraient que les affiches d'anonymous ne soient pas rédigées en anglais, mais dans les langues officielles de la Tunisie qui sont l'arabe et le français. Nous attendons de vos nouvelles('dans la vie réelle)à Paris. Bravo et bon courage! anonymes-France
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  20. Anonymous Member

    Salut et fraternité aux anonymes tunisiens.Il apparait à tous que l'opération Tunisie doit continuer.Si vous me permettez une suggestion: je crois qu'il serait préférable que les textes rédigés par anonymous dans le cadre de l'opération tunisie le soient en arabe ou en français, les deux langues officielles de votre pays, et non pas en anglais.Vous savez comme moi comme la "rue arabe" est sensible à ce qui pourrait etre considéré comme une expression de l'impérialisme US. Au plaisir de vous lire et peut etre, qui sait de vous voir, dans la vie réelle.Bravo encore et bon courage.Frantz,anonymes-France.
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  21. Anonymous Member

    There are no rules (except 34). We are everyone and no one.
  22. guille Member

    That's great, thanks for the aclaration :)
  23. Anonymous Member

    I don't know. I'm also partial to Rule 15 (The more beautiful and pure a thing is, the more satisfying it is to corrupt it.) and Rule 28 (There will always be more fucked up shit than what you just saw.). Also, we can't forget about rule 35 (If no porn is found of it, it will be created).
  24. Herro Member

    There's plenty of rules. They're just not written down.
  25. guille Member

    hahaha ok, thanks again ;)
  26. hushpuppy Member

    Frm a NY Times blog:
  27. DeathHamster Member

    34. If you’re leaving scorch-marks, you need a bigger gun.

    Oh wait, that's from The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Pirates, sorry.
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  28. Nemesis91 Member

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  29. Rockyj Member

    Anyone seen this yet?
  30. Rockyj Member

    How would we know if he's Anonymous? That's why we're Anonymous!
    Silly Rabbit!
  31. DeathHamster Member

  32. Rockyj Member

    Thanks for these updates!
    Question: Just wondering if you've ever seen this PIC of a Death Hamster?

    BTW I loved my hamster's Butterball & Yogi (as a little girl) until I witnessed Butterball after she gave birth to 16 babies & she & the other babies started eating each other & only 4 babies survived! BTW, it wasn't just Butterball, Yogi, helped until we learned that dad wasn't suppose to be in same cage w/ mom after birth (my bad). We got him out after a few were gone but the massacre continued & I am still traumatized to this day. But with that said I still love hamsters!
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  33. Rockyj Member

    Me love this^^^

    Sadly, this ^^^may be the reality.
    I believe what they're trying to doing here may be helpful:

    But of course its up the Tunisian people.
    Everyone can learn & seek guidance & consultation in order to not make the same mistakes of others who not only TOOK A STAND but overthrew a horrible, tyrannical totalitarian government! Please Tunisia people ask these good people & new/nations for help & guidance because as a Native American, we made the mistake of believing our colonizers but received small pocks infested blankets & government boarding schools instead.
  34. Anonymous Member

    ^^^ should be working on the first two. So long as the country can reboot a stable government, some stale politicians wouldn't be a problem so long as you can get a definite timetable for elections. Pressure them to stick to that timetable, and don't be afraid to call in /b/ackup from neutral outside groups to observe the elections to insure that the elections are semi-fair, and most important of all, undisputed. (Undisputed by people with power-blocs and lots of guns.)

    Meanwhile, make sure that the government keeps their hands off your Internet so that blogs, videos, images, social media sites, outside contact can continue. (Of course they'll snoop. All governments do.)

    I realize that Tunisians will have further goals (don't we all?), but these really are important priorities, and I would hate to see the Jasmine Revolution flame-out where a provisional government is violently replaced by a more extreme regime.

    Feel free to disregard.
  35. hushpuppy Member

    BIG thanks to Nemesis91, El tounisiano, Chrome596 (and wife), Rambozo and others for the first or second hand coverage of the Tunisian peoples' fight against oppression!

    Speaks volumes to me that I'm refreshing a WWP thread about your country's state of affairs rather than searching Google for mainstream media coverage...
  36. Anonymous Member

  37. anonvish17 Member

    Operation Tunisia is definitely not over now:

    This video is from TODAY. Maybe like 3 hours at the most ago? The Unity Gov't in Tunisia has fallen, chaos and protests are filling the streets once more. The police are just as brutal. To quote one 19 year old protester from the street "It's the same government! Nothing has changed, not really! They're lying to us!!"

    We need to get back to work in Tunisia. Take a look at this if you'd like to help.
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  38. Anonymous Member

    Oh the irony. Saw this coming the second I saw this picture. Godammit...
  39. Anonymous Member

    So "Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?" Finally has an answer eh?
  40. Anonymous Member

    Yesterdays news folks, party members still in gov, some ministers have resigned over this, interim president has also resigned over it.
    Problem government has allready fallen after 24 hours.

    Quite sure this happened yesterday morning.
    two days ago according to this:
    (google search on tunisia and 24 hours, most news outlets specifically reported on the fact that the gov lasted only 24 hours.)
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