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Memorable Speech of Idi Amin Dada

samsonDar  says:
After a luncheon hosted by the Queen in London in his honour, the former Ugandan leader Idi Amin Dada had this to say for his vote of thanks.

"My majesty Mr. Queen Sir, horrible ministers and members of parliament, invented Guests, ladies under gentlemen. I hereby thank you completely?..Mr. Queen, sir; and also what he has done for me and my fellow Uganda who come with me.

We have really eaten very much. And we are fed up completely: And also very thanks to you keenly open up from all windows: so that those plenty climates can come into lunch. But before I go back to my country with a plane from the Entebbe airport of London I wish to invitation you Mr. Queen, to become home to Uganda so that we can also revenge on you .

You will eat a full cow: and also feel up your stomach and walk with difficult because of full stomach completely. Even when you want to rest at night; I will make sure that you sleep on top of me in the top up stairs of my mansion completely so that you can enjoy all the gravity of fresh air.

"But now am sorry because I have to tell you that I have made a short call on you only. But next time I shall make a long call on you to last the whole moon completely. Thank you very much to allow me to undress you completely before these extinguished ladies under gentlemen sir.

Lastly but not list, I ask the band to play our international anthem of the republic of Uganda and also the British international anthem..Your majesty sir, I thank you from the bottom of my heart and from the bottoms of all the people of Uganda .

With this few words I thank you Sir.
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samsonDar  says:
Okuthe, thanks very much for the names....
..."His Excellency the Life President of The Republic of Uganda,Field Marshall, Chief of the Armed forces,Lieutenant Governor, Right Honourable, Doctor,Associate Professor, Professor,Chief Executive Mr. Chief Idi Amin Dada, Igweeeee"

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Okuthe  says:
Buddy, thats no more, visit Makerere Univesrity police station, there is a plaque with a hundred titles of Idi Amin....His Excellency the Life President of The Republic of Uganda,Field Marshall, Chief of the Armed forces,Lieutenant Governor, Right Honourable, Doctor,Associate Professor, Professor,Chief Executive Mr. Chief Idi Amin Dada, Igweeeee...
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samsonDar  says:
ooh Chep, thats nice Idea, i can fell how the man Idd Amini would present that speech, very confident figure.
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Chepman  says:
If he was to give a speech about Obama it would be:

Ladies under gentlemen from the America have made the black man completely full of themselves. Our chests are jumping from their territories with much happiness. I tell you, now my country which is in Uganda will send all their women to Kogelo to strengthen friendship. I would have them shipped to America by quick mail, but that would be long and useless, so I am sending them by foot across the border with the flag of Uganda in front and behind them completely. Now me and Obama are wonderful neighbors. We will be switching places after every boredom. I believe my wife will cook much bananas for the young man and leading him upstairs to sleep in my house. I am looking forward to the pleasure Michell will give me just like she does foe her husband. I will like it very much if she will let me sleep on top of her in the upstairs of their house, so that I can see the pieces of the twin towers brought down by Osama during his wildness.
I have promised Obama that when they bring Osama down to the country of Uganda, I will show him who in the middle of the two of us has bigger balls completely. May God bless Uganda completely before going to America.
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Mzalendo  says:
@LJ: He suspected "Philipo" was not a REAL man and wanted to prove his point lol.
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samsonDar  says:
Idd Amin Dada aka Nduli, the funniest president ever, he has some Adolf Hitler characters.
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éjla  says:
He sure was, the old bugger! I bet Liz was kind of tempted, though couldn't do anything about it! hahaha! She was alert, as far as, "Curiosity killed the cat", so to speak!
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Robert UG  says:
Such a flirt ehh!!
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éjla  says:
Thank you Bob!
I particularly like the telegram with the message, "Dear Liz, If you want to know a real man, come to Kampala."
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Robert UG  says:
A great laugh indeed. After the fall of big daddy many such tales did the rounds and this one is certainly a familiar one. This charming anecdote, which circulated widely in the wake of the fall of Amin, is not only mythical; it is, in fact, a joke, and an old one at that.

The impression the west particularly Britain gave about Amin, was that he was a buffon who didnt know what he was doing. In fact the Brits together with Israelis aided and abated in a behind-the-scenes sort of way the overthrow of Milton Obote (First post independent Prime Minister and two time President of Uganda) by Idi Amin who was then Army Chief of Staff. They actually propped up Amin although in the end he turned against them. When Amin overthrew Obote, Britain was the first country to recognise his government.


Obote was seen a proponent of the socialist left thinking along with other prominent Pan Africanists like Osagyefo Kwame Nkrumah, Patrice Lumumba, Mwalimu Julius Nyerere and Kenneth Kaunda all of whom were not in very good books with the West. These great leaders who led their people to independence were more inclined to Moscow, Pyongyang and Beijing - Metropols of the Socialist/communist schools of thought.

Although Amin visited Britain as early as 1971 the speech attributed to him in Samson?s post is fictional though good for a laugh.

On many occasions Amin deliberately set out to irk the Brits Monarchy. Below are some telegram messages (reproduced verbatim) that Amin actually send to the Queen of England during his tenure of office;

?My Dear Queen, I intend to arrive in London for an official visit on August 4th this year, but I am writing now to give you time to make all the necessary preparations for my stay so that nothing important is omitted. I am particularly concerned about food, because I know that you are in the middle of a fearsome economic crisis. I would also like you to arrange for me to visit Scotland, Ireland, and Wales to meet the heads of revolutionary movements fighting against your imperialist oppression.?

On another occasion, Amin sent the Queen the following telegram:

?Dear Liz, if you want to know a real man, come to Kampala.?

It?s not known whether or not the Queen responded positively to this overture.

A documentary shot in 1974 by a French journalist titled 'IDI AMIN' is available and gives a rare insight into life and times of the dictator. This footage is far more real than the Oscar award winning last King of Scotland.

Thanks Sam for this and have you all a great weekend.
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Duncan  says:
I like it coz the message was very clear and what amuses is that he spoke a lot but the real message he was intending to say was just in some of his words he used
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éjla  says:
Hilarious speech indeed. Idi Amin certainly had a way with words. Must have been quite entertaining for everybody. Still; he meant well.
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