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A Day in The Life of a Dictator: Stalin, Gaddafi, Idi Amin

Written by Subject: Men trying to be our God

The net effect of a hierarchical system is sooner or later the system will be optimized for a dictator to install himself as the ultimate ruler.  How do these psychopaths place themselves at the seat of power: by being the right criminal, at the right place and the right time.  The "rule" by the "government" is the mechanism allegedly designed to protect the people from rule by the dictator.  Instead "government" is a breeding ground for these psychopaths to refine their skills in.

In this jaw dropping expose you will become intimately familiar with the calculated mind of Stalin, the megalomania of Gaddafi and the cold blooded killer of Idi Amin.  This is not to be missed!

How does a dictator live? What is daily life like for a monster in power? From when he wakes up to when he sleeps, what goes on in the life of someone who will decide the fate of millions of people? What are the mechanisms that lead an ambitious individual to a spiral of cruelty and excess?

"A Day in the life of a dictator" offers an immersion into the intimate life of the most emblematic dictators of the 20th century during the bloody period of their reign: Joseph Stalin, Idi Amin Dada and Muammar Gaddafi.

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