To begin, their were multiple Nuremberg laws, but what were the main ones. Some of the main laws were banning Jewish teachers, expelling Jewish kids from public schools, and forbidding Jews from getting married to pure Germans. First of all, each Nuremberg law had a different purpose and effect on the Jewish people. One of the purposes was to isolate all the German Jews from society. Also, another thing was that when they
However, it is clear to see it is not equal, because of these problems that are stated. The 14th amendment also says, “no state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States” (source #3). This explains, how it was most definitely for states to make their own segregational laws that took away the rights of people. Therefore, segregation should have never been allowed under the rights. Given all of these points, segregation was ended because of these main problems.
Stendahl is not allowed to read books and all fairy tales are non-existent. There are also people called the inspectors of ‘Moral Climates’ who make sure that nobody in the society is reading fictional books. If someone were to break this law, they can be sent to jail. In other words, the society is disapproving of imagination or anything that is fictional. To read fictional stories or anything that encouraged imagination is banned from the society.
During the book and the movie, whites were trying to get rid blacks like they were nothing. As Atticus states “Mayella has committed no crime, she has merely broken a rigid and time honored code of our society, a code so severe that whoever breaks it is hounded from our midst as unfit to live with. In other words, Mayella is trying to get rid of Tom so it doesn’t make her remember her guilt. Atticus explains that anyone who has a relation with a black in the society is segregated like a black, and because Mayella is already poor, she cannot afford to be more lowered in the society. So she’s trying to get rid of Tom.
This is because in the new government system, the Germans taught that the Jews were not people. Therefore, Jews did not deserve to be treated as such. This logic made no sense to Corrie and her family, in their heads the Jews were still people, and harming them was still a sin. Fully aware of the consequences, the Ten Booms determined that keeping the Jews safe was the honorable and honest thing to do. Therefore, the Ten Booms began to hide the Jews and live out a dishonest life.
In addition, all newspapers, artistic works, plays, and operas that were considered “offensive” were banned by government censors under Napoleon. This also shows how he violated not only freedom of speech and thought, but the freedom
“I told him that I did not believe that they could burn people in our age, that humanity would never tolerate it . . .” (Wiesel 33) These were the few words that were uttered by the bewildered Elie Wiesel when the inhuman intentions of the Nazis were made clear to all the Jews in the concentration camps: either work or be burnt. Despite the incident being real and happening right in front of Elie’s eyes, the cruel intentions of the Nazis were so extreme and inhuman that Elie had a hard time believing the magnitude of the situation; that everything going around him was just another nightmare. Taking the quote above by Elie Wiesel as an example, Elie Wiesel’s Night shows that the mass scale genocide of a racial or religious group leads to their extreme suffering and dehumanization.
He wanted to burn the books because in the novel books were prohibited and were send to burn by ﬁreﬁghters. In other words, they were censored. All types of books, poetry, biographies, history books, they were all banned so people were being denied the right of knowledge and information books contained. Also they were burning them because ﬁre would destroy them completly, that why he said that ﬁre was bright and clean, it would leave absolutley no trace of the book that once exsisted. The next quote i'm explaining is: "We are living in a time where ﬂowers try to live on good ﬂowers, instead of growing on good rain and black loam".
In the Fahrenheit 451 society, a totalitarian government rules with an iron fist, conforming everyone to be oblivious to their surroundings and do everything the government asks without question. Firefighters burn books because citizens are forbidden to read because it might stir intellectual thinking. Since thinking will cause rebellious uproars against the government, the government does everything it can to prevent it. Ray Bradbury lambastes conformity since it can lead to the loss of individuality. He utilizes Clarisse, technology, and an emotionally dead society to stress his position.
The rules in Anthem include the word I being destroyed and erased from history being replace by us and we. Anyone who says I will be killed. The government was made with good intentions but eventually it was corrupted. The government originally wanted everyone to be completely equal means that they took the will of the people. Other rules include men not being allowed to be alone, two people not being allowed to be alone, Men and women not being able to speak with each other on a personal level, You can’t have any friends The word ego is the most important word, Writing stuff is not allowed unless the consul allows it and everything that is not listed is forbidden.
One of the ways were politically, The Jews weren’t able to have a citizenship and not were able to vote. In Document 3, it states, “Native Jews were precluded from citizenship… [And]... Jews were denied the right to vote.” This shows how the rise of Nazis affected the Jews and how they were discriminated against. Second ways were through economically, everyone had a job since Hitler took over but was not able to leave their job or be fired so they had to work even though they were sick. Also, all the people were told not to shop in Jewish store, this affected their economic business of not able to make a profit from their businesses.
The U.S. refused put the liberating of the concentration and death camps in the forefront of their priorities and instead refused to help at all. When the War Refugee Board asked the Secretary of War to help the camps by bombing the gas chambers, crematoria or even the railway to the camps, the U.S. came up with an excuse that “such [a] doubtful efficacy would not warrant the use of our resources”. The U.S. did not help not because they didn’t have the resources but because they didn’t get any gain from trying to save thousands of lives. The Holocaust is considered one of the worst mass crimes in human history. The U.S. should have done so much more in an effort to try and stop the atrocities that where happening and yet they did not.
“You just hold your head high and keep those fists down. No matter what anyone says... don 't let 'em get your goat.” (Lee,76) In this quote Atticus is saying even though people make fun of you deal with it in a mature way. Therefore, Jews and blacks both did not have respect, and treated none equal. Therefore the book Night and To Kill a Mockingbird are both the same because Jews and Blacks were stripped of their rights, experienced evil, and had no respect. Humans cause violence, and make up rules.
In the 1950s there were several laws that kept African American people separated from White Americans. African Americans were not allowed to do anything with White Americans or even be close to them. The White Americans were so harsh toward them that they established laws that said that African Americans could not vote, could not enter the same building of White Americans, they was not even allowed to drink out of the same water fountain. The people of the South were very strict to their beliefs and laws and if any African American was caught breaking any of the laws they were punished and sometimes killed. Some African Americans that were not familiar with the dangers of the south were few of the unfortunate ones to lose their life.
Such as the migrants being forcibly removed from their homes and being forced to live somewhere else with no notice. This was an unfair treatment with the aliens as well as in the same way with the minorities of Cape Town. They should have never been forced to move out of their homes no matter what. This was a direct violation of their Human Rights. Another similarity is how their homes were destroyed once they moved.