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Greatest Leaders In History

Sunday, Aug 23, 2020, 7:00 pm

1.Malcolm X

Malcolm X started out as low down hustler roaming the streets without a thought of the bigger picture. He would go on to get incarcerated and then awaken to the greatest knowledge of all, that we are all one and must come together and break free of the racial shackles that keep people fighting amongst themselves.

2.Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the thirty second president of the United States, reigning from 1933 to 1945. Serving for twelve years and four terms, this was before presidents terms were shortened to eight years, for a maximum of only two terms. Defeating Herbert Hoover, his theme song was, "Happy Days Are Here Again."

3.Julius Caesar

Roman General Julius Caesar was a leader in taking down the Roman Republic and in the rise of the Roman Empire. Assassinated on the Ides Of March n 44 B.C., his death was pivotal in ending the Roman Republic, which his assassins had not planned for. His achievements gave him military power, unmatched by anybody.

4.Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King, Jr. changed history and is one of the greatest leaders of our time. A leader in the African American Civil Rights Movement, he has become an icon. King received the Presidential Medal Of Freedom as well as a national holiday in his name, that was established in 1986.

5.Winston Churchill

Winston Churchill was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, reigning from 1874 to 1955, dying just ten years later in 1965. Considered one of the greatest leaders of wartime in the 20th Century, he was also a writer and an artist. Winning a Nobel Prize in Literature, the first ever Prime Minister to do so, he was made an honorary citizen of the United States.

6.Napoleon Bonaparte

Napoleon was a French military and political leader who rose to prominence in the early 1800s. He was a very important key in the French Revolution. Known as one of the greatest military leaders of all time, he and his exploits are studied all over the world at military academies.


Gandhi was a spiritual warrior that put his leadership to the test against the massively dangerous British regime. Through peaceful protest he was able to show the world what one person could accomplish without hurting or killing anyone. He was the light of his people and he lead the world by his example.


8.Abraham Lincoln

One of the most important things Abe Lincoln is not widely known for is his desire for a decentralized currency. Not only was he instrumental in the civil war, but he was key in introducing the green back, a currency that would be based on being backed with gold and silver. Many say this was why he was assassinated.

9.Nelson Mandela

Though starting out with questionable communist ties, Mandela was able to overthrow the apartheid regime and go on to be the President of South Africa. He was the first black chief executive and the first to be fully democratically elected. Not only was he a politician, activist, and lawyer, but also a philanthropist.


10.Alexander The Great

He was the youngest ruler to conquer multiple continents. He was known to have a remarkable sexual prowess. Alexander the Great was a man born to go down in the legacy of history. He lead his troops across many vast lands and saw great victories. Though his private life took its toll.

11.George Washington

He was the first president of the United States and he was the only one ever elected unanimously. The myth that surrounds him is that of legends. He was said to have gone through battle after battle getting his jacket shot more full of holes than a bar of Swiss cheese, and amazingly he was never hit. He seemed to walk with angels.


12.Jesus Christ

The greatest leader in the world, Jesus Christ was a prophet of God. He was a healer and a leader of the apocalyptic movement. Conceived by the Holy Spirit ad born of a virgin, he was the son of Joseph. In his time, Jewish people had only one name, hence he is always remembered as just Jesus, but sometimes referred to as Jesus Of Nazareth.


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