Operation Tunisia is not over

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

  1. Nemesis91 Member

    It's okay anonymous, I'd rather speak English for the sake of everyone.
    Anyway the battle is still going, here is some pictures & videos :



    a crazy guy ^^'


    In egypt .... i think every thing is clear in this picture :

    and this is way the battle is still going ===>


    VIDEOS ==>

    Again, i really Thank you anonymous for your great support, keep up the good work :)
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  2. Anonymous Member

    you keep up the good work Nemesis.

    Love and strength.
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  3. Le Revisor Member

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  4. Le Revisor Member

    J'aime la photo du chibani avec sa baguette.Courage et dites nous ce dont vous avez besoin.Salut et fraternité.Anonymes-France
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  5. Le Revisor Member

    Vous devriez faire une affiche avec cette photo(en français ou en arabe ou les deux)
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  6. Anonymous Member

    "Fire crouton torpedoes!"

    "I have a baggette, and I'm not afraid to use it."

    "No lieutenant, your men are already bread."
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  7. Anonymous Member

    "This is my bread stick!"

    "Good, bad, I'm the guy with the baggette."

    "But being as this is a dwarven throwing baggette, the most powerful bread stick in the world, and would blow your head clean off, you've got to ask yourself one question: Do I feel lucky? Well, do ya, punk?"
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  8. Le Revisor Member

    yes, and that's so symbolic of your movement, something like"bread and freedom"
  9. Anonymous Member

    we mean tunisian movement
  10. Rockyj Member

    LMAO! I'm at work, you can't do this to me! Where are my Pretends?

    BTW a little humor during this transition is hard but needed.
    May no more lives be lost & the Tunisian people endure!
  11. Le Revisor Member

    Attention camarades tunisiens, la situation égyptienne a ses particularités.La seule force politique organisée, en dehors du parti de moubarak sont les fréres musulmans.Leur arrivée au pouvoir aurait des conséquences incalculables.Il me semble plus judicieux pour l'instant d'assoir la révolution tunisienne pour ensuite l'étendre par capillarité( et non pas par contagion comme s'obstine à le répéter la presse), la contagion c'est pour les maladies. Fraternellement.
  12. Nemesis91 Member

    Salut, regardez cette photo, pffff les fils de ****[IMG]
  13. Shinythings Member

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  14. Nemesis91 Member

    Great Photo, couldn't hold my self from posting it here ;)

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  15. Nemesis91 Member

    look the new gov :
  16. Anonymous Member


    ima call marcab homebase and request transfer to another planet
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  17. Nemesis91 Member

    So, as usual I'm going to hit you with some very great/shocking Photos
  18. hushpuppy Member

    Your updates and pictures are invaluable Nemesis91, Thanks!

    Just make sure to make a NSFW link if the pictures are not safe for work - ie showing nudity.
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  19. Nemesis91 Member

    People demonstrate during a protest in central Tunis on January 17, 2011. After weeks of demonstrations, Tunisian protesters called for the abolition of ousted president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali's ruling party on January 17 amid a chaotic power vacuum as politicians prepared a government of national unity. Hundreds of people rallied in Tunis and there were similar protests in Sidi Bouzid and Regueb in central Tunisia -- two towns at the heart of the movement that forced Ben Ali to resign and flee on Friday after 23 years in power.
    Demonstrators clash with Tunisian security force members on December 27, 2010 in Tunis.
    Smoke rises from fire left after clashes between security forces and demonstrators in Tunis on January 14, 2011 after Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali's address to the nation. Tunisian President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali had sacked the government and called early elections in six months, the prime minister announced as weeks of deadly unrest mounted with new clashes.
    Protesters demonstrate against Tunisian President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali in Tunis January 14, 2011.
    A demonstrator argues with a policeman during a protest in the center of Tunis on January 17, 2011. Hundreds of people rallied in central Tunis on Monday to demand the abolition of ousted president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali's ruling RDC party as police fired volleys of tear gas to break up the protest. "We don't want anyone from the old party in the new government. That includes the prime minister," one protester told AFP on condition of anonymity.
    A demonstrator reacts as security forces use water cannons to disperse protesters in downtown Tunis January 17, 2011. Anonymous you will like this photo :
    A Tunisian demonstrator holds a cage and the national flag during a rally on January 14, 2011 outside the Interior ministry in Tunis, demanding President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali's resignation.

    The rest of the photos are here :
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  20. Ersatz Global Moderator

    Looks a lot like the old one. Be careful, k?
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  21. Rheinländer Member

    This are great pictures from a great fight for freedom. I hope that the revolution will end fast and well. Stay safe, bro.
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  23. Nemesis91 Member

    Okay, thank you but don't worry, i have great Cardio, i know how to escape 'em ;)
  24. Anonymous Member

    This is excellent photo-journalism, technically and in subject:
    People venting years of contained frustration, a wall of police. However the high ranking officer is standing in front, listening and he has his sunglasses up so that there's eye to eye contact. The people look well-dressed, so this isn't just some street mob.

    A month ago, would anyone have dared express their opinion into the face of the police, and would have the officer stood and listened to it?

    More of this, and less of the beat-downs please!
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  25. Anonymous Member

    Im ok with u.I use to travel tunisia and I know by my own how lived people under fear Ben Ali.May be u Think about me Im just an speker of empty slogans...But I do all I can.The day that Tunisia wake up from a terrible nigth mare Im in net sharing all The information I can get with my tunisian people...perhaps you think is a little thing but it´s my grain of sand in a mountain of sand.Now you can do something to take off Mohamed Ghanuchi from the new tunisian govern?thanx friend.
  26. the Guru Member

    Sorry Herro Im the guru.
  27. Herro Member

    Nah. Playing video games sounds like more fun.
  28. Chrome596 Member

    Nemesis in one ofyour posts ofpictures you show a young man with a gunshot wound to the chest. He looked familar so my wife looked and swears it is one of her friends named Karim, would you be able to tell me if you know the young man's name and if it wasin fact my wifes friend.
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  29. Rockyj Member

    That's very sad. All these pics are very hard to look at! To see the police dragging human beings like that as if they were animals; which would be considered cruel to animals!
    Please Tunisian people stay united & NEVER give up!
  30. Rockyj Member

    On Thursday 20 January 2011, is this true?
  31. Zak McKracken Member

    Many were.
    By. no. means. all.

    Hate to break it to you but



    I will be horribly disappoint, if IAS fails to provide us with quality shoop of these guys holding TWTH booklets.
  32. Zak McKracken Member

    Thank you.
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  33. Kilia Member

    Bless you Nemesis!
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  34. Anonymous Member

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  35. Rockyj Member

    True, thank you for reminding me of that!
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