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'See The Broken English Letter Idi Amin Allegedly Wrote To Queen Elizabeth (Photos)

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Id Amin Dada was a brutal Ugandan tyrant who will not be forgotten.Now, let us examine the letter he sent to Her Majesty the Queen.

The following is the letter.

"My Majesty, Mr. Queen Sir, dreadful ministers and members of parliament, invented, ladies and gentlemen." I'd like to express my heartfelt gratitude to you, Mr. Queen Sir, for everything you've done for me and my Ugandan colleagues who have joined me.

We've consumed a good deal of food. And we've had enough. Additionally, we appreciate your eagerness to open all the windows to allow folks from various climes to come in for lunch. However, before I travel back to Uganda from London's Entebbe airport, I'd like to issue an invitation to you, Mr. Queen, to visit Uganda and help us wreak revenge on you.

You will consume an entire cow, as well as feel it in your gut and have difficulties walking due to an overstuffed stomach. Even if you only want to sleep at night, I'll arrange for you to sleep on top of me on the top of the stairs of my mansion, where you can take in all the fresh air.

If I resign as President, my predecessor will retain power for the remainder of his years.

However, I'm sorry because I have to inform you that I only spoke with you briefly. " However, next time I'll make a lengthy call to you that will last the duration of the moon. Sir, I'd like to express my gratitude for allowing me to strip you entirely naked in front of these extinguished ladies undergentlemen.

Finally, but by no means least, I suggest that the band sing both the Ugandan and British national anthems. Your Majesty, Sir. "I thank you from the bottom of my heart and the bottoms of all Ugandans.

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