The world is a better place without this man

Quiet is the new loud in Kenya and Chad. China is accused of being responsible for Africa's democratic misdeeds, Pakistan witnesses renewed weak signs of political change in its northwest and Hezbollahs's Imad Mughniyeh was meticulously killed in a car bombing. The world might even mathematically "be a better place without this man" as is referred by State Department spokesman, Sean McCormack. Personally I have not felt like a sweeping change has taken place. I doubt many of those amidst all the political turmoil still going around would agree. But I do wonder if Obama will edge it, if Zuma will turn out as harmful as he is said to become and what kind of political animal will China's CCP evolve into.

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