Finding Truth In Conan Doyle's Sherlock Home

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What do you think about our nation today? Are you satisfied with the standard of living? What if the government is hiding something from you? Today, United States is corrupted. In the history textbook, it sounds like our nation is the best and the greatest, but when you find the truth about of our nation, it makes a total difference. You might think, “Why am I here?” “Is it safe for me to stay in this nation?” Everything starts from the government. Because their duty is to rule the nation, so they get the credit or the blame. Although some people disagree with this idea because people are not perfect and they make the mistakes, but this is above the limit line of mistakes. It is intentionally done for it. Vision of United States is corrupted…show more content…
It is just that we are blinded by the media. Today there are millions of crimes happening in our nation, which involves racism, murdering, fighting, etc. Media cooperates with the government to hide the situations they are involved in fact of their views. Sir Author Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Homes is a story that illustrates the truth. It is a primarily set in Conan Doyle’s imaginary world where “Sherlock Homes”, a consulting detective who is also a protagonist of this story, uncovers the truth of the human nature, what we are experiencing today. Homes states, “When you have eliminated all which is impossible, then whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.” This quote shows that everything will be revealed no matter what he or she does to hide it. But this truth in our nation takes time. Even though it is revealed, it disappear from our memories by the strong impacted situations such as World Cup, Olympics, etc. Only smart people becomes a government officials, they get to twitch laws to benefit themselves. They use high vocabulary to make lower class people difficult to understand. It is a human nature that they want benefits, no one could avoid that nature because all humans consist of
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