The people in charge may have argued that he was too involved and even though he never went through with the plots he deserved death. Since he had no protection from a jury or even his own input he was hung for just being involved. His name was attached to Booth’s and this made him a wanted man. This world is full of sin and corruption.
However, it is my opinion that he is a villain. I believe this because he could be an extremely violent leader and because he never fully reigned over one of the places he conquered/ruled. He is a villain because he murdered thousands of people and soldiers from different nations. Alexander tortured many of his victims and then he killed them.
He’s noticing the evils of Hitler. He shows this towards the ending of the book: “In my mind, this makes Adolf Hitler as evil as any man who kills his own children. This gross misuse of our loyalty to our country and love for our Fuehrer is, to me, just as much as a criminal act as the murder of 6 million Jews” (Ayer 224-225). Heck is now one of the non-supporters on Hitler and has a strong hatred towards him. He knows that Hitler purposely brainwashed innocent children who have a great love for their country.
Voldemort made many promises to Quirrell and deceived him to join him and his evil army, but Voldemort was driven by his own greed for the stone, and Quirrell was sent to his death during his fight with Harry; after he spent months lying to his fellow professors and his students about his true intentions. He told Harry, “There is no good or bad, only power and those too weak to seek it” (Rowling). This shows that he truly enthralled himself in Voldemort’s ideas and
He wasn’t afraid to kill them, for him it was another step he had to take in order to further control Germany. He was ready and able to do whatever necessary. The second quote is from American Decades, “In his final moment - Hitler dictated his last will and testament in which he blamed all but himself for all the disasters that had engulfed the world since 1934.” As the end of the war was drawing nearer, he was still ambitious and arrogant enough to blame everyone else but himself. He committed suicide (American Decades, December 16, 199) to end his story and infamous legacy in a way that didn’t diminish what he’s done.
But he still carelessly killed a stranger that could have easily been his father. Oedipus made the choice to kill Laïos, who to him was only a stranger, that day. It wasn’t because of his fate or the prophecy, as many have argued. With the little bit of control he had over his life he chose to commit this crime. It is known that Oedipus had suspicions about whether Polybos was his true father from this quote.
Love is not as merciful to others, though. The Great Gatsby teaches that money cannot buy love. Jay Gatsby is trapped in this utterly obsessive kind of love that make makes him unable to basically do anything except think about Daisy nonstop. No money or material possessions will entice her, but that sure does not stop Gatsby from trying to win her over. The narrator, Nick Carraway reveals to the reader that Gatsby “hadn’t once ceased looking at Daisy, and I think he revalued everything in his house according to the measure of response it drew from her well-loved eyes.
He used many threats to have Mr. Frank protect him and be on his side when needed. Ahler once threat to reveal that Mr. Frank had been dealing with Germany. His motives were to turn the Franks in, but when he could he took advantage and used it so Mr. Frank would do anything. The final piece of evidence that supports Ahlers as being a suspect was that his son and half-sister have both confirmed that Ahlers had betrayed the Franks. They have both told that Ahlers had bragged how he was able to turn his back on the Franks.
The million dollar question is who killed Tupac? Then follows why what was their reason to kill him? “ Well there are many conspiracies; one is that he is not dead it was all faked because of how powerful yet despised he was. Another that his continuous feud with Biggie and Puff Daddy or otherwise known as their gang name “Bad Boys.” Tupac already thought that Biggie set him up the first time he got shot, therefore many believe it was them.
Many news came out with false information about Gatsby, which included that he was the one who was having an affair with Myrtle, George Wilson’s wife. Reporters found out that Gatsby got rich by bootlegging. Rumors aren’t always the truth in real life because rumors weren’t from a credible source or fact. When Crosby, Stills, and Nash sings “ Revelations and rumors begin to fly” they match the idea to Gatsby in the following quote: “Well, they say he’s a nephew or a cousin of Kaiser Wilhelm’s.
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