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Protest wave grows: Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen and now Libya

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Karma is impossible to escape from, so Moammar Kadhafi, have fun! I pray the Lybian people one day have freedom, justice and a better life than they do now under this Moammar.

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Wow.

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The nightmare scenario is escalating, crude oil cost crosses the US$ 200/ barrel mark within 2011 !

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Europe better make space for millions of Arab muslim refugees. They already fleeing the newly "liberated" wonderful new democracies of Tunesia and Egypt, and this is just the first trickle of the flood.

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Afraid WilliB is right, these countries have been run into the ground for decades, and now the oil is starting to run out. Getting rid of the corrupt stooges is just the start, they still have to replace them with somebody better and start fixing the problems, if they are even fixable in the first place. Can't even imagine how bad things must be if they are so desperate that they choose to get on a boat thinking they will maybe find something better when they get off.

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I just love this stuff. Excellent.

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and NY

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Except for the west "enemies", those dictators were never criticized but suddenly with all these unrest the EU and US are now appealing for democracy and human rights.Where were you all these years?Let those people decide their fate and keep ur hypocrite declarations for urself.Hope these unrests will inspire the subsaharia africans though i'm afraid that the dictators we have there dont care to kill as much people as they can to remain in power.

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Yes, excellent, power of the people will bring democracy to the region. Makes me wanna goa nd join them.

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YES!!n Freedom & Democrocey! the people want it & Most of the world Supports Them, Egypt is a True Example of people power.

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