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Tunisian plunder (people start being happier)

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posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 03:16 AM
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Some fled into side-streets or up on to roofs. Others darted under washing lines, into buildings, anywhere to escape the swinging clubs and batons. On the main thoroughfare of a country known more for its package holidays than its propensity for revolt, the air was thick with the soundtrack of insurrection: the crack of gunfire and shattering glass, the sting of teargas, the distant chanting of the determined few carried across on a Mediterranean breeze: “Dictator out!”

Dictator out and this come's in below.




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posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 03:18 AM
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still frame

edit on 18-1-2011 by TribeOfManyColours because: (no reason given)


still frame with smile




posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 04:18 AM
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Tunisians are the symbol of hope for Arab nations who are infected with fascist dictators. Many other nations in the region has called for similar revolutions, for example:

    - Algeria
    - Egypt
    - Moroco
    - Yemen
    - Libya


This is a historic moment which will be silenced, just like the revolution in Venezuela which toppled an American sponsored coup against a Democratically elected leader.

This silence is regarded as:

Revolution won't be Televised, Tunisia's Revolution Was Twitterized - Tunisia
The Revolution will not be televised - Venezuela

Because if it is televised, it will spread like wild fire against dictators which are supported and kept in power by those "nations who keep the silence". Ultimately they want to brush such news under the table, try to hide it, and importantly hide the fact that they are a big part of the problem i.e "installing the fascist puppet dictators, or supporting and keeping them in power against the population's wishes".
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posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 04:36 AM
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This is a historic moment which will be silenced


We live in the age of information, hope for the best. If they are being silenced, it would be with lots of force.



posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 04:52 AM
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We will be victorious. Free humanity is around the corner. Thanks for the people that are in the front-line like Tunisia



posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 04:57 AM
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Enter European intervention to support the dictator that supplies them with great beach vacations. Backed by American intervention, 'cause, well, we haven't ever met an Arab dictator we didn't love.



posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 05:00 AM
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Originally posted by TribeOfManyColours
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This is a historic moment which will be silenced


We live in the age of information, hope for the best. If they are being silenced, it would be with lots of force.




Agreed. Intimidation also... Fear is sooo powerful. Just ask political tyrants. If you dare.



posted on Jan, 18 2011 @ 05:11 AM
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Mmmm.... I see Yemen on your list.
Unfortunately, whilst the people of Yemen, much like the Tunisians, have a genuine beef with their own oppressive leader, the US supports him. Hence the labeling of those anti-government rebels as "Al Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula" (who thinks up these names?) and the US drone and missile strikes against them. Oh, and throw in a CIA linked Jihadi "cleric" hiding there to provide a bit more justification.


Unfortunately, when the people of foreign lands have had enough of all the robbery and oppression, they don't always get to remove the ones oppressing them if it interferes with foreign banking and corporate wishes. Those involved in revolt will be labeled terrorists and the dirty tricks will start to discredit them.

In fact, I saw an interesting video and report a few days ago showing some westerners (white - German, Swedish and somewhere else mentioned) arrested by Tunisian police / army and branded as possible foreign mercenaries - I wonder if their passports were genuine or perhaps cloned / stolen? In the rather shaky footage - obviously from a camera phone - you still clearly see the camo gear, ammunition, comms equipment in their luggage. Reports on the ground from Tunisia have also mentioned gangs / groups of masked men causing trouble, described as foreigners!



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