Why did iago plot against othello

Posted on 11.06.2018 by Reiko
In Othello, Iago will go to any lengths to serve my turn. Iago believes Othello slept with his wife. From this conversation we see that Iago is envious of Cassio being promoted ahead of him, and plotting against Othello as a means of seeeeking revenge. From the start of Shakespeare's Othello, Iago makes it very clear that he holds no love for the title character.
Why does Satan rebel against God. Othello passed him over for a promotion. And it makes sense that a man who believes he's been cuckolded might, as revenge, try to make the man who cuckolded him believe his wife was unfaithful. One Michael Cassio, a Florentine.
There are many possibilities as to why Iago betrayed his superior Othello. I follow him to serve my turn upo. Why do Roderigo and Iago target Othello. I'm reading Candide, by Voltaire, and one of the dudes is an Anabaptist. Was he simply envious of Othello's status or did Iago plot to destroy Othello for his own enjoyment.