I completely understand what you are saying! The only reason I sided with the British is because I was afraid that if I stood against them, I would be punished. Their army is powerful and I thought it would be foolish to hope that we can gain independence.
Loyalist Reason 2
I don't agree with you entirely. The British can protect us and provide us with and easy way to gain supplies, housing, and safety. Also, we are rightfully the people of Britain because they were the ones who established our society and started the economy. I do not like their ways, but it would be ungrateful to leave the kingdom and be the cause of a new war.
I get what you are saying, but a., there is no reason to be afraid of standing up for what you believe is right, and b., we are all grateful for what Britain did for us, but if we no longer like what they are doing, we have the right to fight for independence!
We Reach an Agreement
I see that now! And...I want to join you and fight with the Patriots!
3. I still don't want to rebell, but I won't stop you.
1. Great! Are you with me then?
The Boston Massacre
When the Boston Massacre was over, we helped some of the injured colonists and made sure to get everyone safely back to their houses. It turns out that we were major help and they thanked us for our bravery and assistance.
This clash really increased the tension between the two sides, and a larger battle is soon to come. But we won't stop our fight for independence. And we WILL make it in the end.
On July 4, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was adopted by the Continental Congress, and on September 3, 1783, the Revolution finally ended and the United States of America could declare themselves independent from Britain. 13 stripes and 50 stars - this is the flag we can now call our own!