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Once upon a time there was a king named Maximus who treated his people with respect and love, everything was peaceful untill a man named Migos brought up a revolutionary idea which interested the king, He just did not know that Migo was a Machiavelli follower and believed that being feared was better than being loved
The people of the town were very unhappy about the new idea brought upon the king, they loved their king very much and had spent all of their lives with no trouble, but the thought of the new idea made them really upset
The king is outraged and surprised to hear this news, not only is he angry but heartbroken by how quick his people were going to betray him over an assumption,
Migos presents the king with the new idea which puzzles the king.
These people are loyal to you because you show remorse and love my king but if you were weak would they over thrown you for a much stronger king? that is why being feared would be much better no one will dare test your power, Just listen to what our smart friend Machavelli is saying "If a prince wishes to maintain the state, he is often obligated not to be good" this means that if you really want to keep being our "beloved" king you have to know when to be kind and when to be a villian.
You have a point however John Locke, the very famous philosopher once wrote " ... original right it has to preserve itself, which can only be done by a settled legislative, and a fair and impartial execution of the laws made by it ... they not only have a right to get out of a failed goverment, but to present it"
He does have a point... But no, not my people.
As to hear the gathering of the king and Migos a group of rebels unite to destroy the meeting and over rule the king
The town people and the kings soldiers got into a heated, arguemeant and fight
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