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King Leopold II, The Caucasian Idi Amin Of Belgium

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King Leopold II, The Caucasian Idi Amin Of Belgium
Posted By: Joel Savage on September 06, 2020

The monsters, left, King Leopold II of Belgium and Idi Amin of Uganda



Very often, psychologists and psychiatrists have traced the cause of much of people’s behavior, character, and ailments to their homes. Therefore, it’s only through DNA analysis or a psychologist that can give us the precise account of the mental state of the lunatic King Leopold II of Belgium.



But for someone from a royal family to have children with a **** tells you much about the distorted mental state of King Leopold II.



Among humans, there are many born monsters that took the form of humans to live among us with the aim to destroy other people without remorse and sympathy.





Many of such people, such as Idi Amin of Uganda, Pol Pot of Cambodia, Mao Zedong of China, Joseph Stalin of the Soviet Union, Adolf ****, etc, were born into the world.



One of such monstrous kings who rule Belgium from 1865 to 1909, was King Leopold II, who had a dark heart similar to the one we had in an African country called Uganda.



Referred to as the ‘Butcher of Uganda,’ Idi Amin violated the rights of Ugandans and ordered the killings of thousands of people under a reign of ****, making him one of the cruelest presidents in Africa, after emperor Bokassa.



Unable to take part in the division of the world by the great powers, King Leopold II managed to organize several expeditions to Central Africa and gradually captured a fair amount of territory in the basin of the Congo River, after bribing the leaders of local tribes.



With the consent of other powers that were in no hurry to delve into the sparsely populated jungle, the Free State of the Congo was created and Congo became his personal property.


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