Top 5 Tyrants to Follow in the Footsteps of Mubarak

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    US magazine Foreign Policy picked out top 5 tyrants that are most likely to follow in the footsteps of Mubarak, who recently stepped down from power. These candidates are Kim Jong-il of North Korea, Muammar al-Qaddafi of Libya, Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, The Castros of Cuba, and Aleksandr Lukashenko of Belarus, in this order. As the aftereffect of Egyptian revolution is being felt around the globe, such prediction is drawing much attention.
    While totalitarian regime in a modern society seems out of place, it certainly exists and is prevalent in some parts of the world. Such outdated dictatorship should be eradicated once and for all.
    (btw these dictators are probably wetting their pants over the possibility of losing control lol)
     

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    No this revolution seems to be confined to allies of the US, the others have no pressure not to mass murder to stay in power.

    I think the real question here is can the US prevent Egypt from becoming a far worse Islamo Fascist tyranny under the guidance of the Muslim Brotherhood?

    Because they would make Mubarak look like Nelson Mandela.
     
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    Muammar gettin' uppity again...
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    Libya defiant as hundreds of protesters feared dead
    Sunday 20 February 2011 - Reports of clashes in Libyan capital, with protesters said to be preparing to march on Gaddafi's compound
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    Libyan protesters risk 'suicide' by army hands
    Saturday 19 February 2011 - Gaddafi confronts the most serious challenge to his 42-year rule by unleashing army on unarmed demonstrators
     

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