Distant Relatives

Genghis KhanChaka Khan

One of the two people above has redefined torture and terror to the world, putting fear into the hearts of the bravest of men, displaying feats of unequalled cruelty and actually experiencing genuine pleasure while inflicting horrendous pain upon millions of innocent victims, ignoring their pleas for mercy.
Genghis, on the other hand, was an accomplished military strategist, who, like Alexander the Great, managed to rule a vast empire, his stretching from Hungary to Korea. The fact that he used to build pyramids of the skulls of his enemies just showed that he was a playful, creative type of person.

Posted by cronopio at 12:47 AM, December 05, 2002