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https://plus.google.com/103262142618929677096 Afton Zaccaria :  The people of North Korea have received a rare look at leader Kim Jong-un as a toddler. Yes, that’s...
 The people of North Korea have received a rare look at leader Kim Jong-un as a toddler. Yes, that’s him.

More pictures here: http://bit.ly/1f6qnPK

The rare childhood photos of the dictator were shown at a special screening. At the end of a concert, a big screen displayed the chronological story of the Kim dynasty, containing still photographs of Kim Jong-un as a big-cheeked child.

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https://plus.google.com/100852461923297304612 New On Netflix UK : The Dictator This comedy chronicles the glorious efforts of General Aladeen, dictator of the Republic...
The Dictator

This comedy chronicles the glorious efforts of General Aladeen, dictator of the Republic of Wadiya, to oppress his people and fight democracy.

(Comedies, Political Comedies, Spoofs & Satires)

Watch now: http://movies.netflix.com/WiMovie/70228042

Year: 2012
Certificate: 15
Duration: 1hr 23m
Available in HD

Cast: Sacha Baron Cohen, Anna Faris, Ben Kingsley, Jason Mantzoukas, Adeel Akhtar, Fred Armisen, Kevin Corrigan, Megan Fox, Bobby Lee, Chris Parnell, Jessica St. Clair

IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1645170/
IMDB Rating: 6.4/10
Netflix Rating: 3.5/5

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The Dictator
This comedy chronicles the glorious efforts of General Aladeen, dictator of the Republic of Wadiya, to oppress his people and fight democracy.
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https://plus.google.com/110236071668406901815 JOSEPH BARBER : It has been a while in coming but, as an old retired broadcaster, I have been expecting this move by...
It has been a while in coming but, as an old retired broadcaster, I have been expecting this move by the government for a very long time.  Once “The Dictator,” Obama, moved into the White House it was but a matter of time.
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Gross violation of constitutional rights First, allow me to offer this warning: Do not, for one moment, believe the FCC has backed off its CIN (Critical Information Needs) initiative. It WILL be back, in another guise, mos...
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https://plus.google.com/107630927353614807614 Paul Gurland : Wall Street Journal Opinion Journal GLOBAL VIEW What Samuel Huntington Knew The dictators are back. ...
Wall Street Journal Opinion Journal
GLOBAL VIEW
What Samuel Huntington Knew
The dictators are back. The political scientist saw it coming.

By BRET STEPHENS


April 21, 2014 7:23 p.m. ET
'What would happen," Samuel Huntington once wondered, "if the American model no longer embodied strength and success, no longer seemed to be the winning model?"

The question, when the great Harvard political scientist asked it in 1991, seemed far-fetched. The Cold War was won, the Soviet Union was about to vanish. History was at an end. All over the world, people seemed to want the same things in the same way: democracy, capitalism, free trade, free speech, freedom of conscience, freedom for women.

"The day of the dictator is over," George H.W. Bush had said in his 1989 inaugural address. "We know what works: Freedom works. We know what's right: Freedom is right."

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Turkey's Recep Erdogan and Russia's Vladimir Putin in Sochi, Feb. 7. AFP/Getty Images
Not quite. A quarter-century later, the dictators are back in places where we thought they had been banished. And they're back by popular demand. Egyptian strongman Abdel Fatah al-Sisi will not have to stuff any ballots to get himself elected president next month; he's going to win in a walk. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán presides over the most illiberal government in modern Europe, but he had no trouble winning a third term in elections two weeks ago.

In Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan has spent recent months brutalizing protesters in Istanbul, shutting down judicial inquiries into corruption allegations against his government, and seeking to block Twitter, TWTR -0.24%  YouTube and Facebook, FB +2.92%  the ultimate emblems of digital freedom. But his AKP party still won resounding victories in key municipal elections last month.

And then there is Russia. In a Journal op-ed Monday, foreign-policy analyst Ilan Berman pointed out that Russia had $51 billion in capital flight in the first quarter of 2014, largely thanks to Vladimir Putin's Crimean caper. That's a lot of money for a country with a GDP roughly equal to that of Italy. The World Bank predicts the Russian economy could shrink by 2% this year. Relations with the West haven't been worse since the days of Yuri Andropov.

But never mind about that. Mr. Putin has a public approval rating of 80%, according to the independent Levada Center. That's up from 65% in early February.

Maybe it's something in the water. Or the culture. Or the religion. Or the educational system. Or the level of economic development. Or the underhanded ways in which authoritarian leaders manipulate media and suppress dissent. The West rarely runs out of explanations for why institutions of freedom—presumably fit for all people for all time—seem to fit only some people, sometimes.

But maybe there's something else at work. Maybe the West mistook the collapse of communism—just one variant of dictatorship—as a vindication of liberal democracy. Maybe the West forgot that it needed to justify its legitimacy not only in the language of higher democratic morality. It needed to show that the morality yields benefits: higher growth, lower unemployment, better living.

Has the West been performing well lately? If the average Turk looks to Greece as the nearest example of a Western democracy, does he see much to admire? Did Egyptians have a happy experience of the democratically elected Muslim Brotherhood? Should a government in Budapest take economic advice from the finance ministry of France? Did ethnic Russians prosper under a succession of Kiev kleptocrats?

"Sustained inability to provide welfare, prosperity, equity, justice, domestic order, or external security could over time undermine the legitimacy of even democratic governments," Huntington warned. "As the memories of authoritarian failures fade, irritation with democratic failures is likely to increase."

The passage quoted here comes from "The Third Wave," the book Huntington wrote just before his famous essay on the clash of civilizations. The "wave" was a reference to the 30 or so authoritarian states that, between 1974 and 1990, adopted democratic institutions. The two previous waves referred to the rise of mass-suffrage democracy in the 1830s and the post-Wilsonian wave of the 1920s. In each previous case, revolution succumbed to reaction; Weimar gave way to Hitler.

Huntington knew that the third wave, too, would crest, crash and recede. It's happening now. The real question is how hard it will crash, on whom, for how long.

A West that prefers debt-subsidized welfarism over economic growth will not offer much in the way of an attractive model for countries in a hurry to modernize. A West that consistently sacrifices efficiency on the altars of regulation, litigation and political consensus will lose the dynamism that makes the risks inherent in free societies seem worthwhile. A West that shrinks from maintaining global order because doing so is difficult or discomfiting will invite challenges from nimble adversaries willing to take geopolitical gambles.

At some point the momentum will shift back. That, too, is inevitable. The dictators will err; their corruption will become excessive; their cynicism will become transparent to their own rank-and-file. A new democratic wave will begin to build.

Whether that takes five years or 50 depends on what the West does now. Five years is a blip. Fifty is the tragedy of a lifetime.
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https://plus.google.com/107553987488096350949 Darnell Clayton : Assad slaughtering more rebels in another Syrian town. I give it 2 years before he retakes back the ...
Assad slaughtering more rebels in another Syrian town. I give it 2 years before he retakes back the country.

While I have no love for the dictator, I have no desire to see Al Qaeda linked terrorists operate a theocracy where Reavers & gangsters rule over the masses.
Syria's Rebels Battle Fierce Government Assault On Homs
BEIRUT (AP) — Weakened Syrian rebels are making their last desperate stand in Homs, as forces loyal to President Bashar Assad launch their harshest assault yet to expel them from the central city, once known as the capital of the revolution. ...
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https://plus.google.com/115667533095547599963 KP Magazine : Straight from a despot's family album: Previously unseen photos show Kim Jong-un as a young boy saluting...
Straight from a despot's family album: Previously unseen photos show Kim Jong-un as a young boy saluting in military uniform
 
The images formed part of a broadcast by the state-run television station of a concert where the dictator met members of the country's air force.

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Photos show Kim Jong-un saluting in military uniform as a young boy
The images formed part of a broadcast by the state-run television station of a concert where the dictator met members of the country's air force.
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https://plus.google.com/104837146386939592626 Sue Neitring : I have The Dictator for sale It is for Vudu $2.00 I also have The Expendables for Itunes $1.50
I have The Dictator for sale It is for Vudu $2.00
I also have The Expendables for Itunes $1.50
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