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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 violent Ugandan dictator who would not soon be forgotten. Let us now turn our attention to the letter he sent to Her Majesty the Queen.

Below is the letter:

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

We've consumed a substantial amount of food. And we're completely fed up. Also, thank you for eagerly opening all the windows so that those many climates can come in for lunch. But, before I fly back to Uganda from London's Entebbe airport, I'd want to extend an invitation to you, Mr. Queen, to return home to Uganda so that we can exact revenge on you.

You will eat a whole cow, as well as feel up your stomach and walk with difficulty due to a completely full stomach. Even if you only want to sleep at night, I'll make sure you sleep on top of me in the top up stairs of my mansion so you can breathe in all the fresh air.

If I quit the President, my predecessor will continue to reign for the rest of his life.

"But now I'm sorry because I have to inform you that I only made a brief call to you." But the next time, I'll make a long call on you to last the entire moon. Sir, thank you so much for allowing me to completely strip you in front of these extinguished ladies undergentlemen.

Finally, but certainly not least, I request that the band perform the Ugandan national anthem as well as the British national anthem. I thank you, Your Majesty Sir, from the bottom of my heart and the bottoms of all Ugandans."

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