Quixote, the Usurper, and the Prophet from Nowhere (A Political Allegory)Quicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|Not only did the Prophet from Nowhere betray his promise to end the Usurper's war, he extended and intensified the war of his own, calling his war the Good War or the Necessary War, and trying not to mention the Usurper's Bad War even as it continued unheralded. The Prophet from Nowhere sounded the same words for the Good War as the Usurper had for the Bad War.|
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