The consensus is that the world is a better place with Muammar Gaddafi dead (7 June 1942 – 20 October 2011).
After the celebrations, Libyans are free to rebuild, shape their nation and usher in a new era of freedom, equality and religious tolerance.
Libya is an oil rich country so with good governance the country could quickly stabilise, and in the not too distant future provide a good quality of life for all its citizens.
Next on the list
Many other despots and destructive world leaders still thrive and bask in their own glory. Although they may have had a few sleepless nights recently, they will still continue to subjugate, torture, kill their people and threaten world peace.
Meanwhile the social media genie is already contriving to assist the downfall of ;
Bashar al-Assad … Syria
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad … Iran
Kim Jong-il. … North Korea
Saleh … Yemen
Robert Mugabe … Zimbabwe
Greed is not good
Some corporate companies and multinationals are slowly being added to the list of enemies of the state (people).
The disillusioned citizens, the squeezed middle, the poor and the oppressed now see them as culpable through the influence they exert over governments.
Politicians, bankers and corporate giants have through mismanagement engendered the financial instability and poverty which is deeply entrenched in all countries.