Donald Trump made another bombastic statement, where he praised ex-regimes of Hussein and Gaddafi. The Republican candidate was very angry with today’s political situation in the Middle Esat and Northern Africa, called today’s Iraq “Harvard for terrorism”.
Trump praised in his statement on Tuesday ex-dictators Gaddafi and Saddam Hussein because they absolutely right, being very cruel and tough to the terrorist. During his times there was no such a chaos like today’s one, said Trump. And the killing of terrorist by those dictators regimes was efficient and timely: the jihadistic ulcer didn’t grow up or expanded to the other countries.
Keeping dictators at power was a really wise decision, Trump assured. Of course, Trump acknowledged that Hussein “was a bad guy,” but he ruled the Iraq in the proper way in the meaning of keeping the stability in the region–for many years. Despite the fact Iraq’s sponsorship of terrorism during Hussein’s time in power, Saddam’s time was relatively quiet and peaceful in comparison with today’s chaos in the Middle East.
“He was a bad guy — really bad guy. But you know what? He did well? He killed terrorists. He did that so good. They didn’t read them the rights. They didn’t talk. They were terrorists. Over. Today, Iraq is Harvard for terrorism,”
Trump said. In fact, Saddam Hussein was notoriously effective at suppressing dissent in his country. But while in his power he often targeted civilians and minority groups, and many Iraqis condemned him, the international community listed Hussein as one of the world’s worst human rights abusers.