Great dictators: Who's your favourite dictator?

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Post your favourite beloved dictator here and reasons why he/she is of such merit to be ranked amongst the gods of our beloved liberators!

Here's mine - Mao Zedong
49-78 million kills: 1 death

Came up with the revolutionary idea of making people have smelting shops in their backyards! Great success!
Moreover the Cultural Revolution was perfect in every way, and its overriding mission was to abolish: Old Customs, Old Culture, Old Habits, and Old Ideas. Mao fervently believed in was that destruction and chaos could bring re-birth which was proven right in the utopian lives his people lived and still live in in.
Finally his intellectual wisdom had no bounds, one such famous quote such as "The more books one reads, the more stupid one becomes" shows us how enlightened Comrade Mao was to the rest of us mere mortals.

So Tsr, do you have any more beloved dictators that are worthy of the title "Great dictator", and whose people shouted "oppressed at last!" when the great liberators took command.

Evidently those who negg have no intelligencevand do not realise this is a joke.
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What is this? I don't even....
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(Original post by lilyobz)
What is this? I don't even....
A thread to praise our beloved dictators, who liberate us from evil (whatever that maybe)
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always had a soft spot for saddam hussein... not sure why
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Admiral General Aladeen of Wadiya
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Admiral General Aladeen of Wadiya
He was a true dictator, a man cherished by his people!
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Qin Shi Huang.
He ordered his medic to make him immortal so he ate solid mercury balls as medicine to ward off death.
Qin Shi Huang eventually died from mercury poisioning.
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Angela Merkel
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I would also like to ask the people to hold a 25 hour silence a day, in memory of our dearist dictators who have fallen and have yet to fall in these past few years. As we all know, our dear dictators such as dear Kim Jong Un (who died fighting many bears despite what the zionist liberal propaganda likes to lie to us) and others died fighting the enemy of the people so we may all live in freedom.

Please stand.
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They're gone ... all gone.
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(Original post by hollywoodbudgie)
Qin Shi Huang. He ordered his medic to make him immortal so he at solid mercury balls as medicine to ward off death.
Qin Shi Huang eventually died from mercury poisioning.
:laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:

That's one of the funniest things i'v ever read.

I am however quite alarmed at this thread and suspect that most meaningful admiration's of dictators will be from socialists who want nothing more than to curtail liberty so that they can live in a society where inability and incompetence will not hold them back from equaling the success of those who are superior.

I wouldn't say there are any great dictators but Hitler did take Germany from being destitute, weak and pathetic to ruling Europe in little more than a decade. Historically Attila The Hun probably deserves a mention for pretty much crippling the Roman Empire and leading to their eventual slow death.
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To give a serious reply to this thread, Julius Caesar. Responsible for the Roman Empire, Can't beat that.
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always had a soft spot for saddam hussein... not sure why
A true hero! I believe he convinced the American pig dogs he had oil yes?
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Joseph Stalin!


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Dictator/Photoshop extraordinaire
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Peter III of Russia!

Gave away all of Russia's recently conquered lands from the Prussians straight back to... the Prussians because he admired Frederick the Great. Needless to say he was overthrown within six months...
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(Original post by S.R)
To give a serious reply to this thread, Julius Caesar. Responsible for the Roman Empire, Can't beat that.
The Roman Empire at its peak was indeed a magnificent beast but surely the leaders during the periods of significant expansion or at its peak were more deserving.

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Saparmurat Nivazov for the pure craziness of a man who changed the names of months, days and foodstuffs and didn't let the fact that he was illiterate hold him back from writing a book and promoting it by forcing it's study, even requiring learning it in order to get a drivers licence. Truly a man with a vision.
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marcus aurelius.....or if I'm feeling naughty hitler!
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(Original post by Rakas21)
The Roman Empire at its peak was indeed a magnificent beast but surely the leaders during the periods of significant expansion or at its peak were more deserving.
I think he was referring to Caesar's role in transforming the Republic into the Empire, which is only half-true, as Caesar only continued a dedemocratisation process which started much earlier with the likes of Marius, Sulla, Crassus etc.


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Saparmurat Nivazov for the pure craziness of a man who changed the names of months, days and foodstuffs and didn't let the fact that he was illiterate hold him back from writing a book and promoting it by forcing it's study, even requiring learning it in order to get a drivers licence. Truly a man with a vision.
Just read the Wikipedia article - what a massive moron :lolwut:
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Charlie Chaplin :ahee:


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