How did King Leopold’s actual motives for occupying the Belgian Congo differ from the motives he portrayed to the public?

 

How did King Leopold’s actual motives for occupying the Belgian Congo differ from the motives he portrayed to the public?

Question 1 options:

1) King Leopold’s goal in the Congo was brutal economic exploitation, but he pretended to be motivated by humanitarian concern for Africans.
2) King Leopold’s goal in the Congo was to provide a better life for Africans, although he told the public that his main goal was to enhance the Belgian economy.
3) King Leopold’s goal in the Congo was to abolish slavery, although he told the public that his main goal was to supply Belgium with a steady source of African slaves.
4) King Leopold’s goal in the Congo was to supply Belgium with a steady source of African slaves, although he told the public that his main goal was to abolish slavery.