Gather round my brothers, a call to arms. I am Malcolm, the son of King Duncan. Before we embark on

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Gather round my brothers, a call to arms. I am Malcolm, the son of King Duncan. Before we embark on bringing justice back into this kingdom, let me offer you some words of advocacy. We come here not as individuals, rather a single force for justice and truth. Macbeth is no match for this brave hearted army. Today this turmoil ends, today we fight! Macbeth has slapped the heavens in the face when he slaughtered our beloved King Duncan. Whom god did appoint himself, he was the chosen representative of god himself. Let it be known the rightful king was the victim of cold blood murdered at the hands of Macbeth. Slaughtered in the shadows of the night, while he was a sleep; a cowardly and devilish act. Macbeth has violated God’s natural…show more content…
His evil deeds are numerous. Macbeth has shown no boundaries to his wicked ways. Banquo, Macbeths closest and dearest friend, even he was not safe from the execution of Macbeth. Macduff’s wife and babes were savagely slaughtered, but not due to their own demerits, but as tool to gain revenge for Macduff. Too much blood has been spilt in Macbeths quest for power. Are there no lengths that he will not go to, to maintain his crown? So let us fight for freedom and let these satanic deeds not fill us with sorrow but enrage our hearts and our ferocious anger to be released. Macbeth may have been a good solider but in his wild and unpredictable state, if we are to unite he is no match. He is to busy thwarted by paranoia and consumed in his guilt. As with everything passing minute more blood is spilt on his hands. The wrongs that have been thrust upon this kingdom would wake the dead men to rise up and fight. It is time for the living to be dedicated to the great task before us, and resurrect the rightful order to our god-forsaken country. We must act before darkness engulfs our country, the clock says it is daytime, but this darkness forbids us from knowing so. Is it because day is too weak and the night is too strong? No, because we have king who slaps the heavens in the face and violates everything we stand for! Troops, this is the moment we have all been waiting for, Macbeth will never see the light of day again. So brothers, we will not

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