Overthrow the Queen
By jxxnyx, Updated
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Charley needed his shoes fixed and wanted to rant about his querulous wife; and his friend happened to be a cobbler, whose name was Terry. Terry, a sagacious man, fixed Charley’s shoe but was apathetic towards his long speech. Terry believes that women are mesmerizing with their florid complexion when they smile.
PAY YOUR TAXES
As Charley left the cobbler, he joined his camaraderie and they jovially went to carouse. As soon as they got to the bar everyone dissipated, but the happiness was only ephemeral. Mercenaries stormed in to represent the protestors and persuaded everyone with their politics. They were making calumnies, stating that the incumbent held a caucus to form a party and declare a platform to raise taxes. People were furious, and tried to extenuate the problem by saying it happened yesteryear.
Queen Elizabeth I was exemplary and people looked up to her because she was ascetic, benevolent, and amicable with her candor appearance. Then a group of protestors started forming saying that she was naive and petulant. The townspeople wanted a democracy and the right of suffrage. They wouldn’t fall for her blandishment.
They said the Queen was thought to be demagogue, but in reality, she was deleterious. She collected more taxes claiming to build an asylum, but it just left the people ravenous and caused them to be parsimony. To make the people forget, she distributed largesse to the poor and didn’t feel any compunction. She even started cleaving and effacing most of the middle class men who refused to pay while always spending money on new rejuvenating methods. People started to realize that what they were getting didn’t commensurate with what they were paying.
Everyone had their own independent opinion, but Charley sided with the protestors. He was cognizant of the punishment but still wanted a poll to elect a new leader. Some of the protestors were deviant. They circumvent the rules and were not coherent with their actions and they were ostracized from the society.
As time passed, rumors started getting cogent. The protesters were tired of the Queen’s cajoling and propitiating. People were plotting to get rid of the Queen by ravaging her castle and making her capitulate. They first started rioting by repudiating the Queen’s taxes. Then matters started getting worse. The unkempt protesters were showing increasing fortitude as each day passed.
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