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Friday, November 9, 2012

Ancient Behaving Badly; Julius Caesar


Due to the documentary, Caesar is a psychopath. He has no mercy towards children and women. He is a bisexual and enjoys his sex life with aristocrats’ wives and believes he can dominate all people around him. He is actually was a great dictator, he manage to guide Rome in a supreme place before century. He knows how to handle the politics and armies.

At the first, when he is a captive to the pirates, he shows his credibility by promising to kill the pirates soon after the ransom; he fulfilled the promises and crucifies all of them. This is ridiculous because he did this to others who are innocent. He loves revenge and he loves to torture people he also did not care on others feeling. However it is good to maintain the peaceful of Rome. But sadly, it only makes him feel like he is the perfect dictator.

But then, he became more powerful after he is appointed as governor even though he is in big debt. To solve the issue, he tries to conquer the unconquered Gaul. He also using hi-technology weapon which is a designed arrow with space for them to put in something such as ball of fire to defeat the enemy. This is good because he wanted to defend the Rome Empire. However he is over the boundaries where he does not allowed women, children, old citizens’ fugitive to enter the Rome because Rome is only for Romans.

The desperation of war fugitives do not make him changed his mind. He shows the anger by let them die in starvation. He has no humanity. Therefore, his action is not necessary in order to safeguard the superiority of Rome. He enjoys himself by seen them being tortured. 

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Raja Anuar Fahmi Raja Anuar Shahimi said...

you got a lot of points...and good explanation friends....

Lia Azhar said...

And i still remember when Mr Kama told us in class where he loved to see people being impaled while he was eating. Disgusting!

Matiin Hanafy Bin Willy said...

Look at the bright side, look at his contribution to the Roman empire. It is far more beneficial than his immoral act