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Shkun? – Who?

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Shkun – Who?

Translated to English by Sofian Zerelli
Edited by Znous

Shkun – Who?
 
Translated by Sofian Zerelli / Edited by Znous
 
Congratulations for your “judiciary immunity” assholes
This song is about you, you got us this time…
Congratulations for your whorehouse assembly(1)
And here you come to feast on the flesh of the poor
 
Congratulations on your seat my sheikh (2)
You pigs rearranged history in order to steal all we had
Congratulations to you and to all the dirty bastards
and to the voters who dipped their fingers in the blood of all the martyrs (3)
 
Who?! Who?!
Who killed Chokri?! (4)
Who killed Brahmi?! (5)
Who’s spread the venom?!
Who?! Who?!
Who killed our soldiers?! (6)
Who violated our borders?! (7)
Who slaughtered Mabrouk?! (8)
Who?! Who?!
Who manipulated our kids?!
Who looted our country?!
Who took all the loans?!
Who?! Who?!
Who sold our soil?!
Who sent our women for sex-jihad?!
The answer: those who are ruling us today!!!
 
Congratulations to this people which half is impotent
and which decides its children fate with cheap talks at coffee shops
Congratulations, and the worst in yet to come
as long as you’re bootlicking the crooks and the nahdhaouis (9)
 
Congratulations for getting a terrorist depute and a sexual offender (10) Makhlouf (11) the retarded, ElJawadi (12) the extremist
Congratulations to this honorable congregation of rats
The end result of being breastfed humiliation
and long years of manipulated history
 
Who?! Who?!
Who killed Chokri?! (4)
Who killed Brahmi?! (5)
Who’s spreading the venom?!
Who?! Who?!
Who killed our soldiers?! (6)
Who violated our borders?! (7)
Who decapitated Mabrouk?! (8)
Who?! Who?!
Who manipulated our kids?!
Who looted our country?!
Who took all the loans?!
Who?! Who?!
Who sold our soil?!
Who sent our women to sex jihad?!
The answer: those who are ruling us us today!!!
Suffer!!
 
References:
(1) The Tunisian Parliament.
(2) “the sheikh” is how partisans and members of Ennahdha, Tunisia’s ruling Islamist party, refer to their leader Rached Ghannouchi, who became head of the Tunisian parliament after the 2019 elections.
(3) to prevent election fraud, Tunisian electors are asked to dip their index finger in ink after they vote.
(4) Chokri Belaid was a leading political figure in Tunisia, and leader of the opposition against the Islamist regime. He was assassinated in front of his house on February 6, 2013. To this day, his soul got no justice.
(5) Mohamed Brahmi was the second strongest political figure opposing the Islamists. He was also assassinated in front of his house on July 25, 2013. to this day, his soul got no justice.
(6) A reference to the many Tunisian soldiers who were ambushed and killed by terrorist groups on Tunisian soil. Reports from the military investigations state that the terrorists had detailed insider information about the troops’ numbers, routes, weaponry.
(7) A reference to the opening of the Tunisian border with troubled Libya during the years 2012-2015, which facilitated the smuggling of weapons and terrorists into Tunisia during the rule of the Islamists.
(8) Mabrouk Soltani was a poor 16 years old Tunisian shepherd from the Slatnia village (Kasserine district), who was beheaded by a group of terrorists in November 13, 2015.
(9) Nahdhaoui is a reference to the representatives of the Tunisian Islamist Party Ennahdha
(10) A reference to the members of the Tunisian parliament who were able to evade prosecution because of their parliamentary immunity. Terrorism, sexual crimes and smuggling have being some of the charges held against them.
(11) Makhlouf is the family name of 2 deputies. The first is involved in sexual crimes and the second is involved in terrorism and terrorism washing.
(12) Ridha Al Jawwadi is a member of the Tunisian parliament, and one of the most negative examples of political religious extremism in the country. He is highly suspected in being involved in motivating youth to go to jihad in Syria during its civil ware as he is the sheikh/head of one of the most popular mosques in Sfax, Tunisia.

شكون

مبروك عليكم
الحصانة يا طحّانة
الغناية هاذي عليكم هاوحشيتوه معانا
مبروك عليكم
مجلس الكرخانة
جيتو تعبّو في كروشكم ملحم الناس الجيعانة

مبروك عليك
كرسيك سيدي الشيخ
يا خنازر فينا نهبتو و لعبتو بالتّاريخ
مبروك عليك
انت و الأمّاسيخ
و الشعب الي غطّس صبعو في دم كل شهيد

شكون لغدر شكري؟
شكون لغدر لبراهمي؟
شكون الّي بث السم؟

شكون لقتل جنودنا؟
شكون لحل حدودنا؟
شكون لذبح مبروك؟

شكون للعب بأولادنا؟
شكون لنهب بلادنا؟
شكون لخذا القروض؟

شكون الي باع ترابنا؟
شكون جاهد بعراضنا؟
الحاكم فينا اليوم!!

مبروك عليكم يا شعب الي نصّو حاوي
يلّي تقرر مصيرك تقوحيب حديث قهاوي
مبروك عليكم و مازال تجي البلاوي
مادامك عاطي بزكك للفاسد و النهضاوي

مبروك عليكم الإرهابي و المتحرّش
مخلوف و المتخلّف الجوّادي و المتطرّف
مبروك عليكم جمعيّة رهوط تشرّف
آخرت رضيع الذلّ و تاريخ سنين محرّف