Mission Statement

Currently the world is consumed by at least forty plus living dictators most of whom reside in parts of Asia, Africa, Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East. The dictators from these regions rule their citizens through a complete denial of freedom, molding their conscience and thoughts into timid reflections of fear and repression. These dictators have absolute power over millions of individuals throughout the world, telling them how to think and act or otherwise face the repercussions of disobedience. Their actions are appalling and should be stopped not supported. All people have the right to basic freedoms and human rights.

This publication is dedicated to tracking and generating real time information about foreign dictators and their links to U.S. relations. The process in which this information is carried out involves highlighting who these dictators are, the countries in which they rule, the human rights abuses they are accused of committing, and finally what countries and organizations support these dictatorships.

The intent of this publication is to spark revolution in countries where dictatorship is visibly prevalent. This objective is achieved by exposing and mocking the dictators blatant corruption and failures while telling the stories of the governments repression so that a larger audience can experience the truth and take action. I hope the information presented in this publication disturbs, angers, and outrages the international community enough to finally take action against rather than allying with dictators who suppress freedom and human rights.


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  2. Very good website you have here but I was curious if you knew of any
    forums that cover the same topics discussed in this article?

    I’d really like to be a part of online community where I can get advice from other experienced people that share the same interest.
    If you have any suggestions, please let me know. Kudos!


    1. Thanks for visiting the site! There are many different human rights groups and organizations online that talk about condemning international human rights violations caused by dictatorial regimes, my forum is one of the first that I know of to openly call for regime change that offers support and strategic initiatives to grassroots activists in their quest for freedom. I’m currently in contact with a Cuban human rights organization that sends me really interesting information regarding the Cuban regime called Center for a Free Cuba. Theres also a good blog called Babalu Blog that has a lot of information about the Cuban dictatorship. If I can think of anything else, I’ll let you know. Again, thanks for your visit.


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