Is Macbeth A Hero Or A Traitor

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Macduff addressing his troops in Birnam Wood

Whoever makes a practice of sinning is of the devil, for the devil has been sinning from the beginning. The reason the Son of God appeared was to destroy the works of the devil, John Chapter 3 Verse 18. My brothers, the devil walks amongst us, there is something terribly wrong with this country is there not? Cruelty and injustice, intolerance and oppression, a traitor coercing the conformity of a nation, in lieu of the proper, righteous King whom preserves a legitimate claim to the throne. Macbeth is traitor, a traitor to King Duncan, a traitor to God, and a traitor to you. He is a mere shadow of the man we once knew and fought beside, a myriad of problems conspired to corrupt his reason and twist his common sense. My brothers, tonight we will fight for all that is good, for the entitled King Malcolm. Tonight, we bring back what was taken from us. …show more content…

Despite his own men deserting him, he refuses to concede Dunsinane, opting instead to await us. Tonight, this arrogance and petulance will be his downfall, Macbeth’s reign has plagued Scotland for far too long, but tonight we will purge the country of Macbeth’s sickening influence. He alone is responsible for the death of King Duncan, as well as innocent men, women and children, but together we will ensure these deeds do not go unpunished. Macbeth has defied the Divine Order, it is on us to maintain the word of God, and send Macbeth to where he belongs, far below in the deepest circle of

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