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Since the upheaval of world order of the Second World War ... just a few true leaders come to mind ...

SE Asia and India - Mahatma Gandhi, the missing laureate

African continent and DRC - Patrice Lumumba, first elected PM and hero of Congolese independence.

North America - Martin Luther King

Central America - Bishop Romero of El Salvador

Honorable mention: Founding of the EEC

Greatest failure: the United States of America ... its past, present and future outlook. Building peace ...

President Wilson and the Monroe doctrine

Woodrow Wilson : Fourteen Points Speech (1918)

Greatest feats of America is entering the First World War and save Europe from further devastation. True, the manufacturing capability, prowess of women in the labor force and logistical strength of military leaders to defeat Nazism and Imperial Japanese expansion in the Pacific.

Unit 731: Japan discloses details of notorious chemical warfare division | The Guardian |

And US cover-up ... same with Nazi "scientists" and crimes against humanity by South American dictators. US and the apartheid regimes SA-Israeli Project Coast on Nuclear development and Bio-chemical warfare.

    At the end of the war, US authorities secretly granted unit officials immunity from prosecution in return for access to their research. Several former Unit 731 officials went on to have successful careers in medicine, academia and business.

Best former president any nation could wish for - Jimmy Carter

by Oui on Mon May 3rd, 2021 at 10:20:19 AM EST

1978 - Sadat assassinated by Muslim Brotherhood fanatics, Ayman al-Zawahiri joined Al Qaeda Saudi leader OBL in nineties.

1995 - Rabin assassinated by Judeo-fascist Yigal Amir, a hero to Kahane supporters.

1996 - election were held and Netanyahu became PM of Israel ... he tore up the Oslo Accords as violence of Palestinian Intifada raged causing multiple civilian deaths in Jerusalem.

by Oui on Mon May 3rd, 2021 at 01:04:33 PM EST
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