What does it feel like to have no freedom? Both bullies and dictators savor taking other people’s freedom away. Some people believe that dictators only exist in the political world, others believe dictator is too harsh of a title for someone. Hence, many people call dictators other names such as bullies. School bullies, who is an overbearing person who pries on the smaller and weaker children, may seem less dangerous and offensive than dictators, but are actually very similar to them in several ways. Whereas dictators are in charge of a huge country and school bullies are in charge of a small school, they are both similar in several different ways.
One similarity between dictators and school bullies is their personalities. There are extremely arrogant, regarding themselves as the highest authority out there. They create their own rules and expect people to abide by them, those who do not get punished. Both school bullies and dictators do not want to be seen as the weaker person, they’re extremely strict with their rules and consequences. As time pass on and a school bully’s or dictator’s reign becomes longer, they begin to believe their rules are the only rules that exist and forget about the actual law.
Another similarity between school bullies and dictators is how they use violence. They use violence to remain “powerful.” Both need to make sure that their followers never make a stand and fight back against them. Intimidation is the key for them, as well as emotional and psychological is used to frighten others. Bullies and dictators use punishment of any sort, both of course have their own ways. When every bullies or dictators feel threaten or someone disobeys their so called rules, they find whatever way to punish them. Just to show others that there is no way that they are going to fall back. Both dictators and bullies like to fight against the weaker people because they for a fact that they will win. The difference between