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10 CRAZIEST LEADERS IN HISTORY

Everlasting dilemma of old but also today’s philosophers, is the leader born or is he made? Is there something in DNA that determines who will be the leader and who will not (no matter how much he tries in life)?

When we look on this human world of ours we see that throughout history there were people the used their leading abilities for the good of the mankind, and sometime they literally destroyed mankind. Will they go in one or in other direction depends on, ability of the leader, of which I would like to discuss- depends on self-control.

Is self-control born with or acquired quality? It is likely that is acquired. Knowing yours and others limitations-possibilities are already and enormous success for the leader and taking accounts not to overlook them. Biggest leaders are those people that manage to restrain their power and privileges that they have. No matter how easy this looks to you, believe me it is not. That is confirmed by numerous world philosophers. There is a thin line between good leader and pathological autocrats and dictator. They say that big Julius Caesar in the time of his greatest power paid a wise man to always be beside him and tells him: Calm down, you are just a man…” Unfortunately not everyone was like Julius Caesar. Such leaders with their behavior and actions created a large damage to their state and their people. Which 10 craziest leaders have found their place in this top lists, you can see in this attachment.

10CALIGULA

He was famous for incest and trying to make his horse a senator. Caligula ordered his army to gather seashells, which he brought, back to Rome as “spoils of the conquered ocean”.

09AL- HAKIM BI – AMR ALLAH

Caliph who supposedly wandered the bazaar with a large slave called “MSUD”. Merchants seen cheating customers would be sodomized publicly by “MSUD”.

08NE WIN

NE WIN bathed in dolphin blood to regain his youth. He destroyed Burma s economy by ordering the currency to be issued in denomination of 9, his lucky number.

07CHARLES VI

Charles VI thought that he was a wolf and ran round the castle as one. Later he believed that he was made of glass and would shatter if shocked.

06KIM – JONG –IL

KIM – JONG –IL, proclaimed himself as demi – god who kidnapped women from South Korea to be his concubines. He tried to cure starvation by breeding giant rabbits.

05 ANNA IOANNOVNA

Forced a servant to marry a hunchback and paraded them through the city. She also forces them to sleep naked in an ice palace in the middle of winter.

04FRANCOIS DUVALIER

Francois Duvalier was voodoo obsessive, who claimed to have controlled Lee Harvey Oswald. He ordered all black dogs in Haiti to be killed, thinking an enemy had transformed into one.

03ENVER HOXHA

Outlawed beards and demanded permits to own fridges. He built 750.000 bunkers for the protection of the three million people population.

02SAPARMURAT NIYAZOV

Niyazov named days and months after himself. He spent more money on man – made lake and an ice palace, built in the desert, than on social welfare.

01NICOLAE CEAUSESCU

Ceausescu knocked down 30.000 homes using forced labor to build a huge palace. The 1.100 room building is now Romanians parliament, which only fills 30 percent of the palace.
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