The generation which came after 1980 is not better or luckier than the ones before. After the collapse of the Berlin wall in 1989, our parents thought we were going to be an auspicious generation. The world was then retrieving an international security and solving crises which came in the wake of the World War II. As a generation of developing countries, we have been facing a great deal of struggles such as backward education, failed economics, and the absence of opportunities. We have been growing in an environment full of corruption and democratic deprivation. Our bad fate is that we are living under regimes that do not want to better and enhance the live quality of their citizens. As a result, our peers fall in a whirlpool of unemployment, poverty, and addiction. Our governments have never done anything to improve our lives. All doors are totally closed and the horizon is not clear. The effect of this disturbing situation leads many people to leave their countries to seek better opportunities and prosperity. Other people fall into the valley of the extremist currents due to lost hopes in life, while others start uprisings and protests in resistance. Consequently, instability in these “sick” societies, such as terrorist acts, crimes, drugs and suicide acts, become a clear sign of deep wreckage in these nations, leading to dangerous consequences in the future. Shake-ups that happen in these countries from time to time are a signal of a “dormant volcano” that threatens these lands. If this volcano erupts, it will sweep everything with it. This generation is oppressed by the people in power and the time has come to launch change. The people are like a knife; if we do not know how to use it, it will cut us. Western economies will not keep receiving a mass of immigrants forever. The cup is limited and soon will be full.