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Monday, September 12, 2016

Sick African Dictator ‘Eats His Enemies' Testicles And Brains To Boost His Sexual Prowess'


By Mirror, Sep 10, 2016 

The president of Equatorial Guinea may not be a household name - however those who have survived his brutal regime claim he is pure evil.

Teodoro Obiang Nguema, 74, has ruled over the country since 1979.

Known as "torturer-in-chief", his rise to power saw him overthrow his uncle - Francisco Macias N'Guema - taking revenge after the ruler had his family murdered.

Since taking power, those who politically opposed him have been subjected to torture and oppression.


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1 comment:

  1. If I share this on my timeline, people will call me a racist. Some cultures are simply not as good as others. If it were only the president acting like this he'd have no advisors - they'd oust him. But it's obviously not that horrific to them if he's been in power so long. There are corrupt societies and then there are horrific ones.

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