- Mar 7, 2012
So much work for one terrorist.
This terrorist is just so lucky.
Pavelić hadn't slept so soundly for several months but, following his narrow escape from Germany and enjoying a delicious familiar cooking of his mother, he finally collapsed in bed and woke up late in the afternoon. As he laid in bed for a few extra minutes, he could hear the voices of his family downstairs and the memories of his childhood rushed back to him. This was one of the few days where he wished he never grew up and didn't bore the burden of his people.
His family moved to Italy during the First World War when they fled the battlefields hoping to find a new and safer home. Pavelić somehow returned to Yugoslavia where he saw with his own eyes the struggles of his people. If he remained in Italy with his people, Pavelić was certain he would be content with his life as they managed to earn decent wages and enjoyed a fairly high standards of living if they worked hard.
While they tried to persuade him to stay and settle down, his family members couldn't stop him from doing what he felt he was destined to do. He had seen far too much to stop now, especially when he signed the agreement with the IMRO. If they heard anything about him abandoning his organization and cause, they would track him down and kill him and all his family members. This was not what he wanted.
In the temporary safety of his family's home, Pavelić once again had the luxury to think about his decision regarding his agreement with the IMRO. These people wouldn't hesitate to kill and they would kill his entire family if he gave them a reason to. Sometimes, he did believe he met the Satan and sold his soul for his people. It was too late to back out now that he signed the papers. He either had to go through it or he would have a bullet through his head.
Reluctantly, he got up fro his bed and went downstairs for a quick meal. Worried he might attract the wrong attention to his family, Pavelić preferred to be on the move so the local authorities could never confirm his whereabouts. This was his battle for his people so he would rather his family be left out of it. He already had plenty of close reliable friends who would aid him in achieving his goal of liberating his people.