Admiring a dictator is the worst thing a human can do.,,at least a normal human. But when i was a young boy, aggrasive and arrogant i admired Adolf Hitler..i admires him cause he got power. But after i become a student of politics i hate him to the core.
A good dictatorship is better than a bad democracy.
If we see the history a dictators actions were best in interest of that country so is democracy's. Unfortunately their means of achieving the same were violent and cruel, which caused harm to other nations. What they did was good for their people. Many powerful democratic nations cause harm to other nations. Its not much different than dictatorship only the form of government is different. The casualties done by democratic nations is much more than dictators.
Hitler's intentions were to develop his country so were the intentions of France and England. The problem was that their interests intersected each other's interest and so they wanted to suppress each other.
I admire benevolent dictator(technically), former prime minister of Singapore Lee Kuan Yew.
by ptosis 5 years ago
Anarchy vs. Dictatorship? Which would you prefer?
by Comrade Joe 6 years ago
Why did Khrushchev come to power after Stalin's death?It makes no sense that on the one hand Josef Stalin was an overarching dictator who controlled every aspect of life in the Soviet Union, he supposedly "purged" his political enemies, yet on the other hand, after Stalin's death he was...
by Sooner28 5 years ago
First, I know Russia is no longer the USSR, but I used it because people always bring up the former Soviet Union.My challenge: point out the passage where Marx claimed a one man dictator was to rule over a society forevermore. Since you claim the idea is directly from Marx, there should be a...
by enjoy life 16 months ago
Is America on its way to becoming a dictatorship?With Trump doing whatever he likes with executive orders, by passing Congress etc; restricting freedom of speech of some of the scientific community, imposing gag orders on employees in federal jobs, restricting use of social sites like twitter for...
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