A tragedy is an event that is horrific and often can be never be healed. However, with the presence of the correct type of leadership, a tragedy can progressively produce a better world for mankind. For example, the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington D.C. were horrific tragedies. After the attacks on September 11, 2001, world leaders, such as President George W. Bush and Prime Minister Tony Blair, produced speeches that motivated people to prevail over tragedy and instead take the opportunity to make a greater and more prosperous future for the world. President Bush and Prime Minister Blair also had to use their speeches to turn the world from terrorism to a more positive course.
Illegal immigration makes it easier for terrorist to come into the U.S and harm to the people of this great nation. John says, “George W. Bush promised to fix the problem with Illegal Immigration and presents possible solutions to help with border control, provides technological capabilities,
The British Prime Minister, Tony Blair,in his speech, following September 11, 2001 America United States ,sheds light about terrorists and unity. Blair’s purpose is to unite Americans citizens as one .Blair’s speech was effective in persuading all Americans that unity is the answer against terrorist or any other issue because of pathos,logos,and allusion. Blair effectively uses pathos in many different ways throughout his speech to impact the reader 's emotions that will forever stay in ones heart. For instance, in order to express the ¨suffering¨,¨terror¨,and ¨horror¨ that unfolded after the terrorist attack .Incidentally, ¨watching the horror unfold,imagining the almost unimaginable suffering¨(11 and 12).The readers will gain an image on
In the shooting of Kennedy it changed the trust in the government completely. “The Kennedy assassination aftermath and the Warren Commission produced a major cultural distrust in federal government amongst most Americans from about 1965 to 2005,” said Policy. Mic. On the other hand, in Romeo and Juliet, they started to trust the Prince more because he said something terrible would come from this. In both tragedies, it brought people together, because they wanted to help each
After the horrific events that happened on september 11th, 2001, a wave of patriotism swept over the nation. Whenever news reporters tried to report on anything that wasn 't completely for the war on terror, they were considered unpatriotic and hurting the effort to stop terrorism for good. Pressures to report an official story and the consequences of using unverified facts lead the country to believe that some of the justifications for certain actions against terrorism were correct. When people found out that facts weren’t being reported, this made the public question all of the stories in the news. A certain trust in the government was also lost.
Conclusion The U.S.’s involvement in the Vietnam War led to the revolutionary change of American society in how they chose to view their country’s government and how they choose to abide by its wishes. The war created an entire new movement of young adults who weren’t afraid to question what they viewed as injustice; they stood for peace and love, and protested for it. Draft evasion showed that the American people didn’t have to fight for a war that they didn’t believe in. The revelation of the Pentagon Papers showed that citizens had a right to know what their country was doing.
The ill treatment innocent civilians and even prisoners far exceed those within their rights as a human. Torture and death have been ways to garner fear within those they hold power. Despite this, efforts to curb abuse have been carried by the governments and they “pledged to start a new program to eliminate torture” (Ahmed). There is a hope that human rights abuses will improve over time but it is up to the people and governments to take the stand against the
People start to place stock in this "truth" especially when it 's reinforced by the law, guideline, the military and especially in the media trusted by society. The Bush organization is blameworthy of executing purposeful publicity. After September 11, 2001 individuals were worried about the possibility that that they would turn into the following casualties of terrorism. Hedge sustained this trepidation by making subjects feel that the terrorists debilitated American, as well as world peace. The Bush organization pushed for making the safeguard the most obvious
However, I see how the countries recover from the attacks, and I realize there is hope to stop the bad in the world. My realization of the amount of crime happening in the world had caused me to have a loss of innocence. However, when I see that we are able to overcome the bad events that happen, I begin to have hope that all of the bad events in the world can be
For example in war society accepts killing for self-defense. Nations tend to get involved when there is an oppressing government in other countries. There involvement allows humanity to sin against, “authorities who tried to muzzle new thoughts and to the authority of long-established opinions which declared a change to be nonsense” (Fromm, Erich). Fromm believes that the definition of sin has changed in society when it is meant to a certain extent have a beneficial outcome. Osama bin Laden was one of the United States most wanted for the attacks on September 11.
It helped influence the government to secure and prevent the violence, and by them catching a lot of information from the al-Qaida team and how they had set everything up to keep on doing bombings, etc. It helped the economy by the Obama Care. The government response to the threat of terrorism after the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center contribute to the success of the 9/11 attacks was that they took it seriously, they tightened up security, for example like Donald Trump he’s trying to take down the borders and deport people who don’t belong here.
During Barack Obama’s two terms as president of the United States, he has taken many executive actions. A lot of these have been controversial and led to backlash that he was overstepping his bounds. Most recently, President Obama announced the measures he’s going to take in order to help fight gun violence. He has already received criticism from many in the GOP, who claim these actions are not justified and he is infringing on the liberty of many Americans. These actions are warranted, because the gun violence epidemic puts many Americans in danger, and President Obama has the right to take actions to protect the security of American citizens, so long as the actions do not infringe on their rights.
People of Middle Eastern descent faced more adversities because the terrorists were also Middle Eastern. In America, some people commited “hate crimes, graffiti, and plain prejudice in the weeks and months following the attacks” (“Racial Profiling and the Battle Against Terrorism”). People of Middle Eastern descent also experienced racial profiling. Much of the racial profiling came from the government when the
Other people were just scared to see this happen. The government had to response because if they didn’t the terrorist will just keep on doing this and hurting innocent people. The government response was “close terrorist training camp. Hand over leaders of the al- Qaeda network and return all foreign nationals.” It was just not America that suffered on 9/11 the entire civilized word was transformed United States military