The assassination of Julius Caesar is one of the most famous events in history. On March 15th, 44 BC, then-President of Rome Caesar was stabbed to death by members of the Senate while he gave his farewell speech before heading into retirement.
He had just been elected Consul for another term which made him president of the Republic. His murder sparked a series of civil wars that nearly destroyed the Roman Empire.
His legacy still lives on today with many things named after or inspired by him such as “Caesarism” and the word “cousin” (which comes from his family name).
Many consider him to be one of the greatest leaders in human history, and he lived under an extremely violent regime that eventually ended up destroying itself. He is also frequently credited with creating the modern state system and democratic principles we have today.
Sadly, however, none of this would have happened if he had not been assassinated. This article will look at some shocking statistics about how often top public figures are murdered for being successful.
We live in an era where being famous is very important, which can be a good or bad thing.
Many people use their status as media influencers to make money through sponsored content or advertising products that they advertise for profit. Others use their fame to inspire others to do better with their lives; some create whole empires off of their popularity.
However, there are also times when those powerful individuals lose their life due to their success. It happens every day, around the world, at any given time. Some cases get more attention than others, but all too often, these tragedies go unnoticed.
This article will talk about five dangerous ways to earn your place in history, and how you could be one of the reasons someone decides to take revenge on the world. Read on to find out!
The content in this article should not be used to justify acts of violence or vandalism. While it’s true that some murderers gain inspiration from popular culture, it’s also extremely common for killers to be completely ignorant of the media surrounding them.
Furthermore, this article only talks about why people might want to kill you – it doesn’t discuss whether such a desire is justifiable or not.
#5 The Media Influences Political Elections
Political elections seem to always become focused on who likes President X the most. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, but it does influence voters.
In 2015, there have been at least seven documented cases of people being assassinated for being famous. These include murders done because of their status as popular public figures or threats to political leaders. Some were targeted due to their position in society, while others were just killed for who they are.
There is no clear motive behind these killings, nor is there any pattern that repeats itself with attackers. All but one of the victims were known to each other before the murder happened.
These perpetrators range from those with mental health issues to hardened criminals looking to make a name for themselves by taking credit for the crime.
Many people consider themselves ‘famous’, but this may be due to their media presence rather than being well-known individuals. Some examples of this are when you look up the word ‘celebrity’ in the dictionary and it is defined as someone well known for what they do not personally stand for.
A person could also feel like they are part of the ‘fame’ community because they watch the same TV shows as other people, read the same magazines as others, etc. But none of these things requires them to know who those people are nor does it make them less worthy unless that person feels otherwise.
It can also mean having lots of followers or watchers on social media sites such as Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. However, not all influencers enjoy this level of attention so it should never be assumed that just because someone has many fans/followers then they want more fame.
Recent reports indicate that there is an ongoing conspiracy theory suggesting that President Trump has been assassinated. This comes just days after several media sources reported that Special Counsel Robert Mueller had informed Attorney General William Barr that his office would like to speak with Justice Department officials regarding their conclusion that no criminal activity took place in the course of investigating Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
There have also been numerous rumours circulating online claiming that Robert Mueller himself will be fired or even arrested soon, which seems rather far-fetched, but we can’t rule out anything at this stage.
While many people know about this story, very few are aware of who controls the narrative as it unfolds. It isn’t someone sitting around deciding what information gets leaked and when, it’s someone else. It’s not anyone elected by the public, it’s someone paid much more handsomely than them. In other words, it’s not you!
In today's world, having influence doesn't mean being well-known, it means possessing enough money to buy influence. People in powerful positions understand this, which is why they work hard to preserve their status and pay attention to detail because they want to make sure nothing changes for the better (like quitting) or the worse (like being replaced).
It's important to remember that while everyone may think they're influencing events, nobody is.
In recent years, there have been several well-known people who were assassinated for things they said or did that some consider controversial. Some of these murders gained widespread attention because of how politically influential their murderer was, while others remain more obscure as to why someone would want to take their life.
There’s no clear pattern in terms of motive, but sometimes it can be explained through an individual’s personal history. For example, people often get murdered by individuals with whom they had some sort of conflict outside of work. Sometimes, those conflicts are rooted in gender, race, socioeconomic status, or other differences.
At times, such individuals may feel like they cannot express themselves freely or honestly without facing backlash and even threats of violence from superiors, peers, or family members. This is particularly true if the victim is a higher-up who feels threatened by the person's power or influence.
It’s also important to note that not everyone agrees with the way certain prominent figures conduct business, which can lead to discontent among their followers and fans. While many people admire what these individuals have achieved, some believe they do not deserve their success given the various controversies they have faced.
This article will discuss ten cases of famous people being killed for reasons related to their careers or public image. These include deaths due to political motives, professional setbacks, and simple jealousy.
Recent assassinations include that of Vladimir Putin, the current president of Russia. He was shot in his apartment back in March 2018. Before he became president in 2000, he led the KGB, making him an experienced leader of espionage.
Since taking power, he has made it clear that he will not allow for democratic reforms. He also uses fear as a tool to maintain control over Russians. By constantly telling people that there are enemies outside the country trying to destroy them, he keeps people loyal to him.
Another recent assassination includes that of Kim Jong-un, North Korea’s dictator. In April 2017, he ordered the murder of his uncle, which didn’t go well for him.
He then sent military forces into South Korean territory before being defeated by our armed forces, with many deaths on both sides. This clearly shows how dangerous this man is and why he must be stopped.
In November 2017, just over one year ago, actor and comedian Stacy Bumsted posted a joke about killing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his family. Her tweet was shared almost 2,000 times and received more than 1,100 likes and comments.
Bumsted later deleted her initial tweet and apologized for it, saying she did not mean to hurt anyone. But that didn’t stop many people from accusing her of being politically motivated and racist.
Her employers were also quick to address the issue, with The Office confirming they are investigating her employment status.
While most people seem to agree her comment crossed the line, some still feel targeted against her because of her famous status. Others say her comments prove how much our society has become obsessed with violence and death.
Stacy Bumsted is very passionate about politics but let’s take a look at the examples above and see if these constitute a threat to kill.
Does this rise to the level where someone could consider taking action? We will talk more about whether or not threatening suicide counts as a terrorist activity in future lessons! For now, though, we need to determine if these actions represent a risk to others.
If you recognize any of these incidents as potentially serious, make sure to call the police immediately so they can get involved. Also, be careful about sharing information online – even things like suicidal thoughts may be illegal depending on your state.
There are many reasons why people choose to target or be targeted for assassination. Some do it because they want power, either political or personal. Others do it for money, both theirs and others'.
Some do it out of pure hatred – they hate you and want you dead. And some do it because they believe you stand in their way of getting what they want.
There is no single reason that makes anyone eligible for an assassin list. It could be due to who you are as a person, your position, your politics, your religion, or even just because you feel like killing someone today.
It seems crazy now, but there have been cases where individuals were assassinated simply because of how well-known they became. People loved or hated them so much that they decided to take violent action against them.