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The Tiger had claimed to be king of the forest, eating and killing whatever he pleased, oppressing the other animals.
Then, on a hot and sunny day, a perfect day to dethrone a king, a snake decided to challenge him. The snake chased him throughout the forest.
After cornering him, the snake relentlessly bit the tiger. After a few seconds, the tiger died as all the fellow animals cheered.
The snake then declared himself the new king of the forest, saying that he would make the forest a better, peaceful place, for the good of all animals.
But the snake did more harm than good, killing all of the oppressive predators off with a single bite, leaving the prey to starve and die due to the preys' lack of enough food. Now the river is filled with the corpses of those animals; an excuse for tyranny.
“Of all the tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It may be better to live under robber barons than under the omnipotent moral busybodies." C.S. Lewis
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