An Omen

Two weeks ago, I said I would go into more detail about a specific plot to take over the world last week. I changed my mind. Anyway, I’ll get to it this week.

As the title implies, based on both the movie The Omen and the book Good Omens, the basics of the plan is: create anti-christ, get him into power, vicariously rule the world.

In the first attempt, AC (anti-christ, if you couldn’t figure it out youself) was supposed to start several wars and inquisitions that would have made the Spanish one look like a tea party, and not the one from Alice in Wonderland or the one in Boston. The world would have been in incredibly bad shape and no one would have been the wiser about who did it.

And guess who would have come in and saved the day. You guessed it. The very guy who put it in jeopardy in the first place. I’ll just say that someone leaked information about a plot to steal from a local king in France, you know, before there was a well established due process clause. There didn’t really need to be that much evidence back then.

AC, before even starting tearing the world apart, he felt bad about what he needed to do. He likes to think of ways that hurt as little people as possible. He is able to convince himself that people need to die for the betterment of the world. Obviously, I have stopped him everytime.

See you next week.


~ by lukebringer on July 16, 2012.

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