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By Anonymous avatar | December 20, 2011 - 01:00 | Posted in AnonyNews | 3 Comments

Anonymous takes down Egyptian Websites.


DECEMBER 19TH, 2011–In what appears to be a massive and carefully orchestrated DDoS attack, a dozen Egyptian government websites have been taken down. Sites ranging from the Presidential website to the bureau for Tourism have been hit.

The hacktivist group Anonymous has taken credit for the attack on at least one Brazilian Operations page. The hackers claim the attacks are in response to the brutal treatment of protesters in the country. The hashtags #Egypt #Solidarity #Anonymous #CabinCr3w were used repeatedly on twitter as the event was being reported live, followed by the familiar phrase, “Tango Down.” The phrase was used by hackers before after defacing the CIA’s website.

Footage was released yesterday that showed images of Egyptian military police firing lethal ammunition into crowds of people. Some officers chased down a woman, beating her repeatedly in the middle of the street.

Other images were released yesterday showing “Made in the USA” on teargas canisters. Several U.S. companies have received licenses from the State Department authorizing the sale of munitions to the Egyptian military. The State Department recently acknowledged that shipments of teargas had been sent to Egypt within the last two weeks. Many individuals on the Internet are calling for similar DDoS attacks against the U.S. Government. Whether or not that will happen, only Anonymous knows.

The Protesters in Egypt are demanding that the military regime that took control of the government after they ousted President Mubark, hand the state over to the people so they can begin democratic elections. The General’s involved have refused to do so now, but said they would likely agree sometime in 2012. As of today, 14 protesters had been either shot or beaten to death. Hundreds of others were reported to have been wounded.

The website menasolidaritynetwork.com/ asked yesterday for an act of solidarity on behalf of protesters around the world.



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3 Responses to Anonymous takes down Egyptian Websites.

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    You will see that at bottom of page there is a trackback thanks you where faster and I was lazy 🙂

  2. December 21, 2011 at 15:02
    Gabon Anonymous says:
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    Can Anonymous pay a little attention to Gabon, Central Africa ?

    Just having been shellacked at the polls by the Gabonese people who have refused to take part in his electoral comedy, the erratic and hereditary divine monarch of Gabon, Ali Bongo, and his henchmen have resorted to what they do best, meaning lying to try to save face. But everybody in Gabon and beyond, know the truth of the matter and the regime is left naked, having to scramble lies after lies, to try to create a different reality than was witnessed by the entire world last Saturday.

    The evidence of the predictable collapse of this cruel despotism that is the regime Bongo was magnificently put on display last Saturday, when the Gabonese people refused to go to the poll, despite every effort by the regime to push the population to vote. More importantly, in about a 3 months span, this is the third time that the Bongo regime has found itself living a differently reality than the population. The first instance was when the base of the party UPG refused to allow the body of its leader, Pierre Mamboundou, to be transported to the national assembly for a fake and hypocritical ceremony. The second time was when the Gabonese population refused to go to the inauguration of the stadium of Agondjé, and Ali Bongo had to perform his little circus act in front of empty stands. Given that Ali Bongo has distributed free tickets in high schools in Libreville; this was for him a severe slap in the face because it said in effect that even teenagers were telling him to “piss-off”. The third time was last Saturday when 90% of the Gabonese population told Ali Bongo that they did care to vote in an election that was a sham, in a system that is bogus, with a president who is the personalization of the term fraud. These three instances of rejection by the Gabonese people have profoundly embarrassed the regime and because dictatorships do not tolerate embarrassment, the regime has to pretend that everything is going well; nothing to see!

    The regime could not pretend that the body of Pierre Mamboundou was exposed in the national assembly and therefore had to accept that reality. Similarly, the regime could not pretend that 40000 people had attended the inauguration of the stadium when, everybody could see with their own eyes that at best only a fifth of that number could have been in the stadium. For the legislative elections, the regime is attempting to say that the turnout was about 40%, which is a laughable lie reminiscent of the worst examples of falling dictators having to use big lies to attempt to survive and create a modicum of popular legitimacy. How do dictators survive? They tell lies. They have to claim that their countrymen are supportive of their policies and that the people love them. In Gabon this is manifested by the fact that the regime does everything it can to control the flow of information to the Gabonese people to prevent any alternative narrative from taking hold. In the past days, for example, David Ella Mintsa the General Director of the government TV channel RTG1, was seen during a news program affirming that the legislative election was proof that the Gabonese people are embracing the policies of Ali Bongo. Now, dear readers, what part of “90% abstention” is David Ella-Mintsa incapable of understanding? But this effort by the regime to remake reality in its own image is failing, because in the age of simple cell phones enabling people to connect with each other very efficiently, the truth spreads so rapidly and widely that the lies broadcasted by Ali Bongo over the Gabonese airwaves are drown out and the regime finds itself having lost control of the narrative. In short, technology is undermined Ali Bongo’s ability to lie to the Gabonese people. Anybody who believes in Ali Bongo is somebody lying to oneself.

    Ali Bongo is falling and failing because something fundamental has changed in the minds of the Gabonese people. The population is tired of the imposture and all the lies. People are asking for authentic institutions and representation. They are no longer willing to go along with the big lie that is the Bongo regime, they feel in their bones that something has gone awfully wrong in Gabon and it is high time that it stops.

    So goes Gabon

    Find herewith a list of websites of interest…

    http://www.legabon.org
    http://www.assemblee.ga
    http://www.gabonart.com
    http://www.stat-gabon.org
    http://www.gabon-vert.com
    http://www.gouvernement.ga
    http://www.gabon-international.com
    http://www.gabon50ans.ga
    http://www.gabon-investir.com
    http://www.gabon-industriel.com
    http://www.presidentalibongo.com
    http://www.gabon-services.com
    http://www.finances.gouv.ga
    http://www.tresor.ga
    http://www.senat.ga
    http://www.wcs-gabon.org
    http://www.rdpg.org
    http://www.dgi.ga
    http://www.cgcworld.com/
    http://www.gabon-vert.com
    http://www.pdg.ga
    http://www.fondationsylviabongoondimba.org/
    http://www.aninf.ga
    http://gabonadvance.com
    http://www.gabonews.ga
    http://www.agpgabon.ga
    http://www.infosgabon.com
    union.sonapresse.com
    http://www.generation-nouvelle.org
    http://gabon.golden-trade.com

  3. December 21, 2011 at 15:08
    Gabon Anonymous says:
    avatar

    Can Anonymous pay attention at the current situation prevailing in Gabon, Central Africa?

    Just having been shellacked at the polls by the Gabonese people who have refused to take part in his electoral comedy, the erratic and hereditary divine monarch of Gabon, Ali Bongo, and his henchmen have resorted to what they do best, meaning lying to try to save face. But everybody in Gabon and beyond, know the truth of the matter and the regime is left naked, having to scramble lies after lies, to try to create a different reality than was witnessed by the entire world last Saturday.

    The evidence of the predictable collapse of this cruel despotism that is the regime Bongo was magnificently put on display last Saturday, when the Gabonese people refused to go to the poll, despite every effort by the regime to push the population to vote. More importantly, in about a 3 months span, this is the third time that the Bongo regime has found itself living a differently reality than the population. The first instance was when the base of the party UPG refused to allow the body of its leader, Pierre Mamboundou, to be transported to the national assembly for a fake and hypocritical ceremony. The second time was when the Gabonese population refused to go to the inauguration of the stadium of Agondjé, and Ali Bongo had to perform his little circus act in front of empty stands. Given that Ali Bongo has distributed free tickets in high schools in Libreville; this was for him a severe slap in the face because it said in effect that even teenagers were telling him to “piss-off”. The third time was last Saturday when 90% of the Gabonese population told Ali Bongo that they did care to vote in an election that was a sham, in a system that is bogus, with a president who is the personalization of the term fraud. These three instances of rejection by the Gabonese people have profoundly embarrassed the regime and because dictatorships do not tolerate embarrassment, the regime has to pretend that everything is going well; nothing to see!

    The regime could not pretend that the body of Pierre Mamboundou was exposed in the national assembly and therefore had to accept that reality. Similarly, the regime could not pretend that 40000 people had attended the inauguration of the stadium when, everybody could see with their own eyes that at best only a fifth of that number could have been in the stadium. For the legislative elections, the regime is attempting to say that the turnout was about 40%, which is a laughable lie reminiscent of the worst examples of falling dictators having to use big lies to attempt to survive and create a modicum of popular legitimacy. How do dictators survive? They tell lies. They have to claim that their countrymen are supportive of their policies and that the people love them. In Gabon this is manifested by the fact that the regime does everything it can to control the flow of information to the Gabonese people to prevent any alternative narrative from taking hold. In the past days, for example, David Ella Mintsa the General Director of the government TV channel RTG1, was seen during a news program affirming that the legislative election was proof that the Gabonese people are embracing the policies of Ali Bongo. Now, dear readers, what part of “90% abstention” is David Ella-Mintsa incapable of understanding? But this effort by the regime to remake reality in its own image is failing, because in the age of simple cell phones enabling people to connect with each other very efficiently, the truth spreads so rapidly and widely that the lies broadcasted by Ali Bongo over the Gabonese airwaves are drown out and the regime finds itself having lost control of the narrative. In short, technology is undermined Ali Bongo’s ability to lie to the Gabonese people. Anybody who believes in Ali Bongo is somebody lying to oneself.

    Ali Bongo is falling and failing because something fundamental has changed in the minds of the Gabonese people. The population is tired of the imposture and all the lies. People are asking for authentic institutions and representation. They are no longer willing to go along with the big lie that is the Bongo regime, they feel in their bones that something has gone awfully wrong in Gabon and it is high time that it stops.

    So goes Gabon

    A useful list of governmental or associated websites

    http://www.legabon.org
    http://www.assemblee.ga
    http://www.gabonart.com
    http://www.stat-gabon.org
    http://www.gabon-vert.com
    http://www.gouvernement.ga
    http://www.gabon-international.com
    http://www.gabon50ans.ga
    http://www.gabon-investir.com
    http://www.gabon-industriel.com
    http://www.presidentalibongo.com
    http://www.gabon-services.com
    http://www.finances.gouv.ga
    http://www.tresor.ga
    http://www.senat.ga
    http://www.wcs-gabon.org
    http://www.rdpg.org
    http://www.dgi.ga
    http://www.cgcworld.com/
    http://www.gabon-vert.com
    http://www.pdg.ga
    http://www.fondationsylviabongoondimba.org/
    http://www.aninf.ga
    http://gabonadvance.com/
    http://www.gabonews.ga
    http://www.agpgabon.ga
    http://www.infosgabon.com
    union.sonapresse.com
    http://www.generation-nouvelle.org
    http://gabon.golden-trade.com

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