The Final Tyranny

The Final Tyranny

A Story by Sami Khalil
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The final Tyrant of the world. In history, we had minor and major ones. He will be the ultimate. Based on the Legend of Genghis Khan.

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The Final Tyranny…By Sami Khalil

The final tyrant and harbinger of evil…

 

Upon the promptings of world events, and after learning the legend of Genghis Khan’s tomb, that whosoever discovers it, will signal the lurking end-times and gain immense power over populace and nature in the process, an archaeologist and business man by the name of “Mighty Moe”, set out to find it, with fastidious maps and instruments, in a total, secret mission.

 

This ancient warrior, known as Genghis Khan (Universal Leader), born circa 1162, had terrorized the world, conquering huge swaths of land, resulting in 40 million deaths, by best estimates, forging an empire stretching from Russia in the east to the Caspian Sea in the west, during the 13th. Century A.D., died on August 18, 1227, in Western Xia, succumbing to many injuries from a wild horse’s fall.

 

Extremely vicious barbarian but very charismatic, he demanded absolute obedience or death. His famous words, “The greatest happiness is to scatter your enemy”, held true till his last breath. His armed guards and heirs, fulfilling his wish, slaughtered all the caravan, in the city of Karakorum, to hide his corpse in an unmarked grave.

 

The archaeologist, after reaching the Onon River, wasted no time, started surveying the territory, finding nuances in the crust, using latest equipment. He was finally successful, for he stumbled upon a site that looked strange, and which gave off mysterious energy. He waited till it was dark and started excavating with final success and great joy around the midnight hour.

 

A great halo of sorts came over him and a ghostly figure embraced him violently in order to transfer the immense power to him. He instantly turned into the figure known as the Anti-Christ, a harbinger of things to befall the age soon without interludes.

 

The world must hold its breath now before plunging into a nervous breakdown.


Another evil on horseback is out to conquer!





© 2018 Sami Khalil



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My goodness, history, fantasy, truth and otherwise wrapped in your very own style, Sami! Great stuff, truly. Am I right in thinking that Genghis Khan has captured your imagination, sent you in varying directions to discover the truth or not of him?!

Your mind has always reached higher. Here you've gathered your own forces -as that villain did. BUT he was not only powe-FULL but power crazy.

There have been men like him in many guises over the years. They cut down everything before them..ordered their forces to do anything, everything to achieve an outcome - no value laid except greed for EVERYTHING. Victory via bloodshed - no matter, countries and lives decimated. Has always be thought the right of hee who screams loudest.
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Modern day leaders - or would-be leaders.. are no better than GK, they choose a route then destroy it as they move forward, sideways and up! IF anyone's left to read History in the future.. will make tragic reading headed: 'Almost the end'.. sub plot, 'Civilisation gone, not fake news.'

Said too much as I do, but your pen has spoken and inspired, Sami. This examples a warning - even though Mans never has learned from the Past. Thankyou.

Posted 3 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Sami Khalil

3 Months Ago

Wise indeed. thank you muchly.
emmajoy

3 Months Ago

I now charge folk for using that word... :))))
Sami Khalil

3 Months Ago

:::::))))))))))))



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What a fascinating and frightening account Sami, the fact that Genighis Kahn was responsible for the death of40 millions is shocking, imagine evil mind like that with nuclear power? Your writings are wonderfully informative and brilliantly written.

Posted 1 Month Ago


Mrudula Rani

1 Month Ago

Yes Sami, the things we have been seeing lately makes you wonder, who are these cruel beings that a.. read more
Sami Khalil

1 Month Ago

Gracie mille. ..........
Mrudula Rani

1 Month Ago

Muito Obrigada.
Hi Sami, such a great write you have written. I once read about this man and thought what an evil barstard he was, Seems to me like there are many like him on this crazy planet of ours. I enjoyed the read, my friend. Thanks for thee share...Peter

Posted 2 Months Ago


Sami Khalil

2 Months Ago

Wow! All said in a rightful way and truth. Million thank yous dear poet. I guess history repeats its.. read more
I have learned my courageous friend! You tackled Genghis kahn and you won Of course! Great mix here Sami. Your writing never disappoints! Best to you Sami.

Posted 2 Months Ago


Sami Khalil

2 Months Ago

Wow! Thank you so much dear poet and friend for all you say and encourage. It was not easy to beat h.. read more
John Ciarmello

2 Months Ago

Slay them with the sword of prose my friend lol. Hahaha I'm such a weirdo!
Sami Khalil

2 Months Ago

Hahaha....
A seamless blend of history and fantasy. This was certainly a compelling read! Well done!

Posted 2 Months Ago


Sami Khalil

2 Months Ago

Wow! Thank you so much Travis for this wonderful review and kind visit. Good to see you.
Travis Gibson (poetic heroics)

2 Months Ago

You are welcome, and it's good to see you and your fantastic work as well.
Sami Khalil

2 Months Ago

:::::::))))))
Very informative and reveling in history.
A villain that had to be stopped and eliminated.
a crazed image of him comes to mind
with your words.

Posted 2 Months Ago


Sami Khalil

2 Months Ago

All true and well articulated. The image of the Anti-Christ foretold. I hope you enjoyed this histor.. read more
Josie E. Cook M. A.

2 Months Ago

I always enjoy your writing!
:)
Sami Khalil

2 Months Ago

:)...................
Very imaginative connecting Genghis Khan and the archaeologist back to the Antichrist. A thought-provoking and engaging write. Thanks for the read request!

Posted 3 Months Ago


Sami Khalil

3 Months Ago

Thank you too for answering the invitation with great thanks to you. My imagination runs wild and wh.. read more
Fascinating and shocking tale. Honest brutal facts, especially numerical, always hit me hard, putting everything into perspective. And the direct quote from him is horrific, although now I'm questioning if the motive of killing for enjoyment make it any worse than killing for power?
You have a gift in picking words, and a vocabulary that I certainly envy. Amazing to see how you can write in so many different formats, but the variety in your inspiration is even more impressive, all different and interesting.

Posted 3 Months Ago


Sami Khalil

3 Months Ago

Wow! You are amazing even in your reviews. A gright star for this cafe. May I thank you for all. Tak.. read more
Emma

3 Months Ago

You too. I was going to comment on your sonnet poem as well but I think that the others have said ev.. read more
Sami Khalil

3 Months Ago

Hahaha. You are so kind. Appreciate you. All rich blessings.
Who would think Genghis Khan could inspire poetry? The worst barbarians in history have been charismatic...which is how they succeeded. Unfortunately, history does repeat itself and it seems civilization never truly learns. You've added a bit of fantasy to the facts here and the read was enjoyable. Lydi**

Posted 3 Months Ago


Sami Khalil

3 Months Ago

So true and well articulated. When compassion for humanity and its many tragedies overwhelm a sensit.. read more
I regret that it's impossible for me to read this without thinking of our current tyrant. It's not even necessary to use his name or describe his shenanigans, becuz the patterns of tyranny speak volumes thru the ages. All we need do is examine history. This is both scary & reassuring. The scary part is self-explanatory & the reassuring part is the way our planet & civilizations manage to continue on beyond these periodic scourges. Your writing is always very informative with tons of details to strengthen the point you're making. Always feel free to read request me, as I enjoy your writing so much! (((HUGS))) fondly, Margie

Posted 3 Months Ago


Sami Khalil

3 Months Ago

Wow! That is an honor indeed for this request. I love your understanding of those types and how they.. read more

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