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noname223

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Aug 18, 2020
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That is an easy question for me due to my nationality.

The worst was Hitler. The second worst probably Himmler. The third worst was Goebbels. This is at least my list. It is not necessarily objectively true.

All of them were very very sick bastards who would deserve hell forever.
I am more interested to learn about horrible politicians in your country.
I don't know many from other countries except Russia. In schools in Germany we talk a lot about the Nazi crimes. I think this is important so that they won't repeat. But I think there is no guaranty for that.
 
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eve2004

DEAD YESTERDAY
Aug 17, 2019
577
OK I'll play. I'm from Canada, so we have it good by comparison. I would not nominate anybody in my country, it would be highly insulting and dismissive of the damage the other true monsters elsewhere in the world have inflicted.
If I could pick from anywhere in the world:
Agree with you @noname223. 100%
Next would be the P, without a doubt.

Our politicians are terrible at what they do, but for the most part there is absolutely no comparison to the two I mentioned above.
 
jodes2

jodes2

Hello people ❤️
Aug 28, 2022
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Boris Johnson oh my fucking god don't get me started. Followed closely by David Cameron. Brexit was a fucking con
 
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Hollowman

Empty
Dec 14, 2021
1,146
Trump
 
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Kawika12

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Jan 8, 2023
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Biden.
 
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LONE WOLF.

LONE WOLF.

PUNISHER.
Nov 4, 2020
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Liz Truss, Worst PM in UK history!
 
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stermc

libertas quae sera tamen
Nov 24, 2022
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It is hard to choose one that was good
 
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cosifantutti

cosifantutti

Student
Aug 27, 2023
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Margaret Thatcher. Such a terrible woman.
 
CrazyDiamond04

CrazyDiamond04

Metal Fan- Wants to hang Under The Oak
May 8, 2023
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Either Buchanan or Andrew Johnson.
 
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k1w1

Experienced
Feb 16, 2022
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Any US president after the Kennedys. All found the war machine lucrative, all lied to the people who put them in power. All created misery for the millions in small nations that had proxy wars foisted upon them. Most Western countries shackled to neo-liberal economics have cardboard cut-outs of the master running the show.
 
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kelimackie

kelimackie

bleh
Sep 22, 2023
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Bolsonaro, guy made 600k people die and was like "eh they were weak anyway"

and Collor, guy literally stole money from the entire population which affected greatly the sick, pregnants and small businesses
 
nofunclub

nofunclub

all in all, it’s just another brick in the wall
Jul 17, 2023
299
Andrew Johnson or Trump
 
EternalShore

EternalShore

Hardworking Lass who Dreams of Love~ 💕✨
Jun 9, 2023
796
probably Thomas Jefferson or Woodrow Wilson~ Not inherently because of what they were (like Himmler~ xD) but because of the ultimate consequences of their actions (Thomas Jefferson's famous quote on "the wall of separation" and Woodrow Wilson's entry into WW1 on the side of the Allies)~ :(
 
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telw84

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Sep 21, 2023
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As a UK citizen, without a shadow of a doubt Margaret Thatcher, tho way before my time, she privatised whole industries, caused so much havoc for the working man, and is as despised as she is adored, cant say I was sad very much when she passed away, iron lady indeed, the damage she caused is still being felt in some sectors of British society, a very putrid woman.
 
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sserafim

sserafim

they say it’s darkest of all before the dawn
Sep 13, 2023
8,670
probably Thomas Jefferson or Woodrow Wilson~ Not inherently because of what they were (like Himmler~ xD) but because of the ultimate consequences of their actions (Thomas Jefferson's famous quote on "the wall of separation" and Woodrow Wilson's entry into WW1 on the side of the Allies)~ :(
Wait why do you think the US shouldn't have gotten involved in WW1?
 
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EternalShore

Hardworking Lass who Dreams of Love~ 💕✨
Jun 9, 2023
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Wait why do you think the US shouldn't have gotten involved in WW1?
I was just talking about this with another SaSu member yesterday! xD If the Central Powers won, the Nazis wouldn't have came to power, and the world would overall have been better~
Serbia (and hence, the Allies) started the whole war in the first place. Plus, Germany was already one of the most progressive nations at the time, with their conservative government actually being willing to compromise with socialists in regards to labor practices~ I can rant about this for hours! lol
 
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sserafim

they say it’s darkest of all before the dawn
Sep 13, 2023
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I was just talking about this with another SaSu member yesterday! xD If the Central Powers won, the Nazis wouldn't have came to power, and the world would overall have been better~
Serbia (and hence, the Allies) started the whole war in the first place. Plus, Germany was already one of the most progressive nations at the time, with their conservative government actually being willing to compromise with socialists in regards to labor practices~ I can rant about this for hours! lol
Hmm, interesting take! Yeah, that's true…oh wow, the Weimar Republic, right? It's so interesting to think about the "what-if's" in history and what could have been
 
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cosifantutti

cosifantutti

Student
Aug 27, 2023
184
Margaret Thatcher.
A terrible woman.
As a UK citizen, without a shadow of a doubt Margaret Thatcher, tho way before my time, she privatised whole industries, caused so much havoc for the working man, and is as despised as she is adored, cant say I was sad very much when she passed away, iron lady indeed, the damage she caused is still being felt in some sectors of British society, a very putrid woman.
I very much remember her time and she was every bit as terrible as you say.
 
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Touhou

Touhou

2hu
Mar 9, 2023
331
I was just talking about this with another SaSu member yesterday! xD If the Central Powers won, the Nazis wouldn't have came to power, and the world would overall have been better~
Serbia (and hence, the Allies) started the whole war in the first place. Plus, Germany was already one of the most progressive nations at the time, with their conservative government actually being willing to compromise with socialists in regards to labor practices~ I can rant about this for hours! lol
No. I believe the US should've directly landed on Hamburg and spearheaded to Berlin, in fact, instead of simply supporting the Entente/Allies in the trenches.
Please read: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rape_of_Belgium https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/U-boat_campaign https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raid_on_Scarborough,_Hartlepool_and_Whitby https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herero_and_Namaqua_genocide.
Hmm, interesting take! Yeah, that's true…oh wow, the Weimar Republic, right? It's so interesting to think about the "what-if's" in history and what could have been
Please DO NOT believe the person's take. It's ignorant to all of the war crimes the Germans committed during WW1 and supporting a variant of the myth of the clean Wehrmacht.
 
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Equal-in-Death

Equal-in-Death

New Member
Oct 4, 2023
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Canadian here, probably John A. MacDonald. Here's one of many quotes from him about his views on the indigenous people.

"I have not hesitated to tell this House, again and again, that we could not always hope to maintain peace with the Indians; that the savage was still a savage, and that until he ceased to be savage, we were always in danger of a collision, in danger of war, in danger of an outbreak"

Edited to add this quote as well.

"When the school is on the reserve the child lived with its parents, who are savages; he is surrounded by savages, and though he may learn to read and write his habits, and training and mode of thought are Indian. He is simply a savage who can read and write"
 
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ConstantPain

Sorry but cats are so much better than people
Jun 9, 2022
231
Canadian here, probably John A. MacDonald. Here's one of many quotes from him about his views on the indigenous people.

"I have not hesitated to tell this House, again and again, that we could not always hope to maintain peace with the Indians; that the savage was still a savage, and that until he ceased to be savage, we were always in danger of a collision, in danger of war, in danger of an outbreak"

Edited to add this quote as well.

"When the school is on the reserve the child lived with its parents, who are savages; he is surrounded by savages, and though he may learn to read and write his habits, and training and mode of thought are Indian. He is simply a savage who can read and write"
Disgusting!
Right up there with Trump's statements on veterans, immigrants and women.
 
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Touhou

Touhou

2hu
Mar 9, 2023
331
As a UK citizen, without a shadow of a doubt Margaret Thatcher, tho way before my time, she privatised whole industries, caused so much havoc for the working man, and is as despised as she is adored, cant say I was sad very much when she passed away, iron lady indeed, the damage she caused is still being felt in some sectors of British society, a very putrid woman.