Devil Returned To Hell:
Tyrant Dictator â€œsawdaggersâ€ in his future
As the truth of his inhumane crimes surfaced
AFTER a lengthy debate between Chief Constable Malcolm and General Macduff, The Department of English Armed Forces (DEAF) havesealed the fate of the SoullessOppressor Macbeth. As suspicions of regicide and a political assassination were confirmed last Wednesday, it was agreed upon that the prosecution of the crimes committed were ofthe death sentence.
â€œMacbeth is ripe for shaking.â€ â€“
Chief Constable Malcolm
As all of the land rejoiced over the execution of the traitorous villain, the lies, secrets and deceit, are ...view middle of the document...
A once all mighty mountain, reduced to hole. Witnesses recall seeing Macbeth full of promise, a King to be remembered. Now however, heâ€™ll be in the history books for all the wrong reasons.
â€œNot in the legions of horrid
hell can come a devil more
damnâ€™d in evils to top Macbethâ€
â€“ General Macduff
How can a man of great victory fall into a world of such deceit? Some may argue that his deeds were aggravated, that there are more mitigating circumstances we are not putting into consideration.
An eavesdropping servant claims to have heard a conversation between Lady Macbeth and her demonic husband.
They believe Lady Macbeth is the hidden villain in this horror story. That she is the source of the malevolent behavior within Macbeth. Sheâ€™s a manipulative, hate-filled, diabolical disease cast upon the land of Scotland. And although she was only able to infect one victim with her epidemic, she can be blamed for death of many innocent lives. But at the end of it all, it was Macbethâ€™s hand that drove the dagger into the innocent.
After the execution of Macbeth, his estate was searched for more evidence. Men were shocked in what they found. Lady Macbeth, the wife of a butcher, was found dead on the ground. Her death has been reported to be of a â€œmadness induced suicideâ€, but how can we be certain? Witness claimed to have heard a scream from her chambers, but where was Macbeth. He was lunatic. Filled with enough ambition to slaughter his best friend, how can we be sure the motivations werenâ€™t there to murder his wife?
Witnessâ€™ claims that the news of his â€œloversâ€ death came as no shock to the monster Macbeth had become. How can someone remain so emotionless knowing their wife is no longer with them? How can someone who was once filled emotions of compassion and love fall into the soulless oblivion of madness? Macbeth was once like any other man. He could feel kindness, generosity, empathy. But the man he once was, soon morphed into a hate-filled, blood-lusting,...