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Throughout human history betrayal has been one of the worst offences that a person could commit against their close friends or partner To be betrayed is the act of breaking a persons trust and revealing secrecy Most people think of betrayal as an act of treachery but betrayal takes many form and fall within other subject matter and the person doing this act is said to be a traitor However the most common are treason sexual infidelity and lying Treason according to Merriam-Webster is an act of overthrowing your countrys government or helping your countrys enemy during war According to History Channel One of the prime examples of this act was Benedict Arnolds cross over in 1779 from the continental army of the US to help the British army overturn the US post in Fort west and in return he would receive money and a commander spot in the British army Till this day his name has become a synonym for the word traitor To commit treason is not only an act that shows arrogance and pride but it also leaves a vulnerability state The earliest recorded act of treason was taken place in haven according to Isaiah 14 Lucifer who was an envoy of Gods kingdom was cast out of heaven because of his egotistic demeanor and prideful character to which he decide to replace God from his throne because he saw himself as equal and even betterIsaiah1412-23 The most recent act of betrayal that was globally viewed was the Edward Snowden case According to the New York post many citizens viewed this as an act of patriotism but in the eyes of high ranking lawmakers this was an act of treason not only did Edward snowden revealed the truth about the NSA but he as we defined earlier revealed private matter to countrys the US considered enemy Committing treason is an offence that a person makes when there is a
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