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The End of dictators means the end of an era


Dominant dictators when becoming rulers push every thing to serve their purposes. They use all kinds of methods to achieve what they want. These methods are variable and different but all of them based on tyranny.

Tyrants build the state in one way where they become both as the base and the top of the state. Therefore, the difference between democracy and dictatorship is that in democracy the state is like a pyramid where it got wide base so as the changes occur in the top not affecting the whole state while in the dictatorship the state is like a square standing on one tip and the other tip is on the top. The upper tip and lower one represent the person of the dictator like a twin or a mirror image. Once the dictator fall the whole state scramble.

The end of Saddam was not an easy one and it certainly represents the end of era not only for Iraq but for many other people among his victims.

The history will say a lot about Saddam's era in Iraq and will also say a lot about those who destroyed and killed the Iraqis starting from the war with Iran from 1979 – 1988 then the war of Kuwait followed by the war of the sanction which killed 1 million Iraqis and then the last war and its subsequences. The history will judge all the killers and there will be no mercy for the killers.

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