I'm having trouble ending a story which in itself is controversial. A man named John Walsh who, the antagonist/megavillain for the story, has the ability to influence people who look into his eyes which allows him to fabricate memories in their minds with his words. He starts off as a frustrated, middle class school teacher who accidentally discovers his powers when lecturing the class clown on a science formula he was never good at, when he realizes that he can influence the mind through words he abuses this to gain enormous power throughout the world. Abusing his powers to the right people and through the right means of media John lies his way up to superintendent, to school board, to senate, to mayor, to president, and finally he becomes "God" and that's when he really starts reaching globally as people all around the world come to view "God" and fall under his spells The Protagonist, Nick, doesn't watch TV or believe in popular opinion allowing him to be among few people who know how the world really is. And when he can't keep his mouth shut about John's abuse of power during his ascension to "God", Nick soon finds himself a marked man on the run from a completely brainwashed society It's up to Nick and the minority like him to take down "God" by any means... And there's where I have my problem, John's ability doesn't break after he dies because it's not simple mind control, the people who he influenced will always have the memories that he created in their minds. Somehow someway John has to be brought down and I want it to be done by human means nothing annoyingly supernatural like "God intervened", I feel that would just be lazy Help ._.