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Meet The African Prez Believed To Have Fed Crocodiles With 4000 'Disables' In A Lake Saddened Hearts

After reading Patriotism and Chauvinism, I ventured into the issue of Despotism on African soil. That is leadership or rule that uses unlimited powers cruelly and wrongly but there was a remarkable contrast between the bad leaders and others considered wicked.

Meet His Excellency, the president of Uganda from 1971 to 1979. The only president with many titles and accolades such as President for Life, Field Marshal, Al Hadji Doctor Idi Amin Dada, VC, DSO, MC, CBE, Lord of all the Beasts of the Earth and Fishes of the Seas and the Conqueror of the British Empire in Afrika in General.

Idi Amin has been described as a bloodthirsty dictator, a real definition of evil, man eater, a lunatic, a Buffon, a man with the heart of Satan and a man who massacred his own people in history writing and documentaries.

The West criticized Amin on things, just been told or watch on TV, but as a Patriotic African and a leader it remains impossible to downplay successes chalked under his administration or forget the greater number of positive deeds he undertook for the development of his country and Africa as a whole.

The mistake on his part was killing people in front of camera just like every other character of leaders of those days, even today. He was anti corruption and was patriotic, he stood against imperialism, and stabilized the Uganda economy by bringing it to the nationals earning him the accolade as the father of Uganda economy.

But was it not true that he killed people? Its reported that the General hated beggars and persons with disabilities. One typical examples was when one day Idi Amin pretended to hold a party for persons with disabilities and street beggars.

Uganda is know for its carnivorous reptiles. In the 1970s, Idi Amin, the former dictator, reportedly threw 4,000 disabled people into the crocodile infested headwaters lake Victoria of the Nile. These man hunting crocodiles developed killer instincts after he fed the Nile crocodiles with approximately 4000 disabled people.

This is one of the most cruel evil reportedly committed by him. He reportedly fled the country and died in exile in subsequent years.

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