William Shakespeare 's Macbeth As A Tyrant

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A true leader is someone that has the ability to inspire. As well as, someone that is going to make an impact on many lives. A leader is not someone who is a tyrant, or who is constantly bringing people down and being cruel. Once a leader breaks the true meaning of what it takes to be a leader, it’s hard for someone to take over to fix their mess. In the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare, Macbeth, the main character, is shown as a tyrant. All of the characters see this and try to overthrow him just like he did to his people. Macbeth was written in 1606 so the time period is quite different than it is today in the 21st century. Like Macbeth, Osama Bin Laden has a history of using willpower and deceit to achieve his goals.
Osama Bin Laden is seen as one of the worst leaders in the world today. Bin Laden was the leader of the attacks that were made on the United States, as well as the leader of the terrorist group known as Al-Qaeda. Osama Bin Laden was responsible for many deadly acts of terrorism. He was in charge of the 1998 bombings of the United States Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania. The one that he is most known for is the attacks on September 11, 2001 made against the United States. He attacked the United States’ World Trade Centers and the Pentagon. Osama Bin Laden was on the FBI’s “most wanted” list for more than a decade. To this day we still do not know Osama Bin Laden’s true reasoning on the September 11th attacks ("9-11 Commission Report: Chapter 2”). Al Qaeda…

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