Great Britain's Many Chances

Great Britain's Many Chances

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  • The Chase
  • Sir! Please I didn't do anything! I don't deserve to go to jail!
  • Get up before I beat the crap out of you! You're going to prison whether you like it or not so quit your blabbering!
  • After many years of being loyal to Great Britain.. John finds himself feeling betrayed by them. This wasn't fair...
  • Sudden Betrayal
  • No Closure
  • Once I get out... I will do big things. Believe it. All I have to do is let my brethren take it from here.
  • John, an American man who lived during the time where America was under Great Britains control, was accused of stealing from a docked British ship, he ended up outrunning the officers until he found himself trapped in an alley-way.
  • The Fight
  • We want out! Yes we do! We don't need you! No we don't! Let us go! Let us go!
  • John was dying inside, he dreaded prison... the possibilities of what could happen in there were unsettling, the man also had so much going for him and it might all end due to his newly unappealing prison record.
  • Beacon of Hope
  • Yes! I knew you guys would come! Keep it up! If you can hear me I'm rooting for you!
  • I knew it... I'm gonna cry thinking about this, but I can sense change... thank you everyone...
  • Americans were immediately deemed guilty, unlike the British who actually got fair trials in court. More times than not the sentences were stupendous for the crime that was actually dealt. This would spark a new flame in the Native Americans... arresting John would quickly be their biggest regret.
  • Out with the Old, In with the New
  • The community of Native Americans gathered outside of John's prison. They'd protest for hours every day until the British would snap... it really didn't take long for such a thing to happen.
  • A spark of hope ignites a flame inside of John when he heard his communities voice... fighting for him.
  • John had fought days and nights to get to where he's at now. John doesn't know it, but he is now the people's hope. Similarly to how John viewed the people around him as his beacon of hope. Oh have the tables turned.
  • Later on in life after John had been released from prison and after the Americans obtained independence from Great Britain, John would find himself on the big stages preaching about his beliefs.
  • I'm 20 years older now. I was freed from prison about 2 years ago. Ever since then we have done amazing things like gain independence from Great Britain. That was thanks to you guys.
  • For every warrior who fought with me during that time. Your efforts will not go unnoticed, your will be remembered amongst the community. Thank you again guys. I love everyone in this room!. 
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