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Re: Libya migrant 'slave market' footage sparks outrage

There is hope: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-42095629

Even with all his real issues, it is sad to see an old Revolutionary departs this way. The generation gap gets them all. Watching the 20 somethings celebrating his downfall in the street, reminds me of the importance of teaching history to the generations that follow a revolution. I could never understand how Revolutionaries get so drunk on power. It is a damn shame to watch a nation with so much potential managed by such bad leadership. Even when considering the pressures faced from some evil external forces! Let us see what will happen now without comrade Maguabe. If Libya and Iraqi are examples, then Africa is heading towards a sad future.