Wednesday, December 25, 2013

South Sudan topping CAR, Somalia, Syria, North Korea as among the worst countries in the world.

Is South Sudan going to displace the Central African Republic as maybe the worst place in the world?  Targeting of civilians?  Look at this story by Nicholas Kulish in the New York Times, here.
Countries are bad for different reasons.  Consider North Korea, Syria, Iran, Somalia, and then Uganda, which, despite the horrific law just passed there, sounds relatively more civilized.

No question, any country like this makes a haven for terrorists who could show up here.

The thinking seems to be, "it's my way, or no way." 

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