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When we hear the word dictator, the name of Hitler of Germany, Idi Amin of Uganda or Colonel Muhammad Gaddafi of Libya comes to our mind. The term dictator is usually associated with men.
India has not seen any dictator in recent history. Nevertheless, the term is used sparingly for political opponents. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has called PM Modi a dictator. Amid ED raids on Congress-affiliated establishments, Rahul accused the PM of being dictatorial.
In the Emergency, the same allegations were leveled against former Prime Minister and Rahul Gandhi’s grandmother Indira Gandhi. Then the leaders of the opposition Janata Party used to call Indira Gandhi ‘tyrant Indira’.
In India, even though the word dictator has become a part of the political vocabulary; But for the countries of the world which were brought up by dictators, this word is not so common. There have been dictators from Hitler to Idi Amin, Saddam Hussein and Kim Jong Un; Who had put millions of people to death.
But dictators are not only men. Many women dictators are also mentioned in history; Who had trampled humanity with his power.
After a bloody struggle, the Amivi came to power in East Timor.
Modern World’s First Female Dictator Who Was Also Feminist
Amivi Gama, who was the dictator of East Timor, a small island country nestled between Australia and Indonesia, is considered the first female Dictator of the Modern World. He declared himself President, Commander-in-Chief of the Army and Chief Justice in 2009 in a bloody uprising. Amivi Gama was very strict with her opponents. He gave painful death to thousands of his opponents. But there was also another side to the Amivi Gamma. He did a lot of work in the interest of women. Amivi herself was also the mother of two children.
1st century BC In AD Cleopatra took over the power of Egypt by having her relatives killed.
Cleopatra seizing power by killing her siblings and lovers
Queen Cleopatra of Egypt is counted among the most brutal female rulers in history. In order to maintain the power of Egypt, he also killed many of his lovers, including real brothers and sisters. Cleopatra ruled Egypt from a dictatorship. It is said about her that she used to bathe with the milk of 700 donkeys every day to look young.
Even today, Mary I is counted among the most cruel rulers of England.
Queen of England, given the title ‘Bloody Mary’
Mary I was Queen of England and Ireland from 1553 to 1558. During his reign a number of people in England were sentenced to death. Mary hated Protestants a lot. This was the reason why he massacred Protestants. In view of the countless murders that took place during her reign, people started calling her ‘Bloody Mary’.
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