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The only way is to kill Caesar. I have no personal reason to kill him it was only the best interest of the people. He wants to be crowned. The question is, how would being king change him?
Evil can come from good, just as poisonous snakes. We have to walk carefully. If we crown him, I have to admit we’d be giving him the power to do damage.
Rulers abuse their power when they separate it from compassion. To be honest, I’ve never known Caesar to let his emotions get the better of his reason.
But everyone knows that an ambitious young man advances himself, but when he reaches the top, he turns his back on his supporters. Caesar might act like that.
I GOT WHERE I AM ALL BY MYSELF!
I AM THE LAW!
And since our argument is with his future behavior, not what he does now, I must put the argument like this: if his position is promoted, his character will fulfill these predictions.
R.I.P. Julius Caesar
And therefore we should compare him to a serpent’s egg once it has hatched, it becomes dangerous, like all serpents. And we must kill him while he’s still in the shell.
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