This document is intended to inform
readers of the true nature of the regime established by Ben Ali, a man who has distributed to
his immediate resources of the country and plays the role of arbiter between the various
holders of wealth, removing giving to each other in a dance of allegiances which completely
removed from the realities of Tunisia. This logic of power has led to serious decay if the
values that society derives quickly and surely to decay or when religious fundamentalism,
seen as the last refuge of dignity.
On political excesses,
just read the statement of 7 November 1987 to be convinced of the total lack of political will
and the absence is confirmed by the fact that Ben Ali accepts and covers the criminal practices
of his immediate entourage, and this , in full sight of everyone and with the complicity of
many members of all branches of the state.
hese tax cuts are not just popular cars, but also luxury cars that exceed sometimes the
While the financial package that is mentioned in the Tunisian media
is pure lies, we will publish later documents proving wrongdoing.
The contract stipulated that if the 3G license was
granted in the year to another operator, the State would be forced to pay 70 million dinars
in the amount of the license.
The group Assabah publishes, among other titles, the newspaper
Assabah and Time.
Saturday, January 15, 2011
Tunisia: The Fascist Regime of Ben Ali
Dear readers, a good Tunisian friend of mine recently sent me an article which lays out in excruciating detail the corruption and abuse of power that led to the fall of the Tunisian government and the flight of former President Ben Ali.
The article was written by respected Tunisian author and journalist Abdelaziz Belkhodja. The original article is in French and what you see below is the Google English translation of the article.
The article shows how entire sectors of the Tunisian economy were co-opted by Ben Ali, his family and friends. The result was a fascist state that collapsed, finally, under its own weight. As this blog has a global audience, I encourage all the readers of this article to look closely at their own countries and the powers that be. Open your eyes, just as the Tunisian people have.
"Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely."
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