Benito Mussolini News

Rastafarian 'god' gets African statue

Marcus Garvey was unimpressed after he fled Ethiopia in 1936 following the invasion of Benito Mussolini's troops a year earlier, describing Selassie as a "coward" and calling him out for "the terrors of slavery".

The Star , Kenya Feb 11, 2019

God bless el-Rufai and his body bags

Standing at 5’6’’, Italian journalist and the father of fascism, Benito Mussolini, was considered a short man among world leaders just as the leading dictators of the Russian revolution, Vladmir Lenin (5’5’’) and Joseph Stalin (5’5’’), were seen as short men, whose eras witnessed large-scale tyrannies, ethnic cleansing, hundreds of thousands of executions and famines which killed millions of people.

Punch , Nigeria Feb 10, 2019

Rastafarian 'god' to get AU statue

Marcus Garvey was unimpressed after he fled Ethiopia in 1936 following the invasion of Benito Mussolini's troops a year earlier, describing Selassie as a "coward" and calling him out for "the terrors of slavery".

The East African , Kenya Feb 10, 2019

Rastafarian 'god' to get AU statue

Marcus Garvey was unimpressed after he fled Ethiopia in 1936 following the invasion of Benito Mussolini's troops a year earlier, describing Selassie as a "coward" and calling him out for "the terrors of slavery".

Daily Nation , Kenya Feb 10, 2019

Haile Selassie: Why the African Union is putting up a statue

Marcus Garvey was unimpressed after he fled Ethiopia in 1936 following the invasion of Benito Mussolini's troops a year earlier, describing Selassie as a "coward" and calling him out for "the terrors of slavery".

BBC Africa , Africa Feb 10, 2019

France recalls Italy ambassador after worst verbal onslaught 'since the war'

“Having disagreements is one thing, but manipulating the relationship for electoral aims is another,” it added, calling Italy’s behaviour the worst of its kind since World War Two, when Benito Mussolini declared war on France in 1940.

Reuters , Africa Feb 7, 2019