There is an unexplainable rage built up inside of me. A flame that never fails to burn within the depths of my heart. A hate, a bitter hate for a certain individual, a certain animal that is driving me mad. I’ve heard rumors that he’s slept with my wife and he handed over a lieutenant position to a young man who does not deserve to be there. Although I don’t know the rumors oh his affairs with my wife to be true, I am treating them as such. Due to his spite of me, I will use everyone and everything against him to ruin the entirety of his useless life. Othello, I will get vengeance on you. These words I speak are spoken in bitter hate. I hate the moor and I intend on making him suffer to the absolute fullest.
The magnificent downfall which I intend on planning for Othello will have to be executed perfectly and other will have to go down with him. I’ve done a great deal of thinking and I have a general idea of whom and what I will use against Othello in order to bring him down. I will be the God without mercy while I demonstrate myself as the honest, loving friend toward Othello and all of his associates. Othello has just been wed to the fair Desdemona. Roderigo, a fool who will play a role in Othello’s downfall, is deeply in love with Desdemona. I will use his love and foolishness against him as I convince him to do works against Othello by promising that Desdemona will love him.
The tiles of my plan are beginning to fall together perfectly. With the help of Roderigo, Desdemona’s father has confessed his hate for the moor and has pointed out to Othello that Desdemona is choosing to leave her own father and will surely choose to leave Othello as well. Michael Cassio is the next fool who I will use to my advantage. Surely Cassio and Desdemona are nothing more than friends. However, I will see to it that I give Othello warning that Desdemona and Cassio are not honest. Some things must be done first before I may make...