Worst totalitarian regimes still in power

in the year 2000

  1. Hu Jingtao (China): still occupies Tibet and Turkestan (invaded in the 1950s), thousands of dissidents in jail, and continuous threats to peaceful and democratic Taiwan
  2. Kim Jong Il (North Korea): terror regime, thousands of dissidents killed, threatens peaceful and democratic South Korea
  3. Taliban (Afghanistan) [deposed by USA in 2002]: ferocious Islamic laws, thousands of people killed because they did not observe Islam
  4. Saddam Hussein (Iraq) [deposed by USA in 2003]: one million people died in civil wars and two invasions on neighboring countries
  5. Fidel Castro (Cuba): terror regime, dean of world's dictators
  6. Assad (Syria): terror regime
  7. Qaddafi (Libya): thousands of dissidents killed, invaded Chad, sponsored international terrorism
  8. Burmese junta (Burma): terror regime, thousands of dissidents tortured
  9. Fahd bin 'Abdulaziz (Saudi Arabia)
  10. Alexander Lukashenka (Belarus)
  11. Khameini (Iran)
  12. Robert Mugabe (Zimbabwe)
  13. Maaouya Ould Taya (Mauritania)
  14. Mubarak (Egypt)
  15. Abdelaziz Bouteflika (Algeria)
  16. Omar al-Bashir (Sudan)
  17. Saparmurat Niyazov (Turkmenistan)
  18. Ali Abdullah Saleh (Yemen)
  19. Nong Duc Manh (Vietnam)
  20. Blaise Campaore (Burkina Faso)
  21. Amadou Toumani Toure (Mali)
  22. Idriss Deby (Chad)

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