Dear Future Generation Rhetorical Analysis

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Prince Ea’s video titled “Dear Future Generations: Sorry” portrays the possible future faced by future generations if people don’t take responsibility for environmental issues that mankind has caused. Humankind must apologize for leaving the Earth an eyesore for the generations to come because they gave themselves reasons to not act. The descendents of the people of today will be forced to live without tree, for the reason that people of today didn’t realize how extraordinary the Earth was. Trees did a great deal such as, provide oxygen, fight against human ailments and contamination, but they were cut down so humans could obtain money. Unlike the Native Americans who took care of the planet for their children’s children, humans now aren’t thinking about …show more content…

In his video Ea says that the trees will continue to be mowed down simply to produce paper and money. Moreover, trees possess the ability to provide most living creature with the air they need to survive. In addition, they also provide the key to cures and aid in the fight against pollution, but they can’t do that when they are dead. Ea states that the Native Americans took care of the Earth in behalf of their grandchildren. Not to mention after Columbus came to America this positive mindset changed Europeans infected the natives and took their land. Furthermore the thought process of European settlers is the same as Americans to take what they wish despite the consequences. With this in mind humans using nature as an endless bank account is the debt that the future generations will be forced to pay. Ea uses a statement stating that humans cannot consume cash, which is true human bodies require nutrients that money cannot provide. For the great grandchildren of tomorrow communities must act today to preserve the little nature is left on the Earth. Ea’s video “Dear Future Generations: Sorry” depict the possible outcome if people do not take action to protect the only home humans get, which is

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