Japanese Americans were viewed as alien and untrustworthy, and isolated from others. Life of a Japanese American was harsh and scary because you never knew what the mad people would do. Japanese Americans shouldn’t have been punished because most of them were born and raised on the West Coast. They had to sell their homes, stores, and most of their assets because they could not be certain their homes and livelihoods would still be there on their return. It made no difference that many had never been to Japan because Japananese American veterans of WW1 were forced to leave.
The destruction of the hotel caused the loss of many jobs and homes for people. They were self-centered enough to destroy the Curtis Hotel without noticing how it will impact people like Simon. The government destructed the Curtis Hotel, “... he can’t bend his mind around the fact that he has no bed, his mattress buried under such a load of brick.” (228). It caused Simon to be homeless and jobless. This replacement of the Hotel doesn’t impact just Simon but it also impacts other people like One-two and Dougan who also had to find new
At this camp the prisoners were made up of people who opposed the new regime and could cause problems down the road for Hitler?s plan. The Jewish people who owned local shops and businesses slowly lost business because no one wanted to be seen giving business to the hated race.? The Law of Reestablishment of the Professional Civil Service was enacted and this stated Jews with public jobs are to be dismissed. Continuing with giving Jews no rights or place in society is the burning of books that were written by Jewish authors. This took place in public to show how serious the Nazi party was about humiliating and denying any rights to the Jewish population.
Because of this horrific news, Armand sent Désirée and their child away due to the fact that he believed Désirée was black and this lead them straight to their deaths. After they had died, Armand soon realized that it was not Désirée that was black, yet it was none
Ghettos were made to torture Jews. The Jews had no choice in going because the soldiers would kill them if they didn’t go. The Jews did nothing wrong to deserve this treatment. The ghettos that were set up to hold Jewish prisoners were not organized. The conditions were horrible.
These schools forcefully broke up families, stripped kids of their culture, and sent them back, seemingly without an identity. They were given new names, new clothes, short hair, and many other different things, dividing them from their families. These institutions were abusive, and caused great harm to the cultures of the indigenous tribes. Though the schools came with a promise that they would offer the Native American children a better future, this was simply not the case. Racism prevented any Indian, no matter how assimilated, from being truly accepted and equal in the eyes of the American population.
For the culture? The completely put it under the control of Nazi power. He Shut down Trade unions forcing employees, employers, and workers into Nazi organizations. Along with all these things that Hitler did he started the propaganda about the jews saying that they were rats, evil, thieves, and no good for Germany. With that being said he made it a law that there was no longer allowed to be intermarriage between the Germans and the Jews, Jews could not teach Germans, could not cut their hair, could not be a doctor for them, and could not associate with them.
After people had died the strong would strip them of their clothes and all the food that they had to help themselves. This story really points out the dehumanization of the Jews and how this should have never happened. When they were getting taken to the ghetto they had no idea what was happening to them. After they grew closer to the camps, everyone knew this was not what they had thought was going to happen. Once this all became more clear to them they realized that people really had to fight for their lives or they had no chance of living.
Dear President Jackson, I believe we have a huge situation regarding the unfair, cruel, and horrible treatment and removal of Native Americans. Why are we violating these American citizens’ rights when they were born here to begin with? These civilized people were minding their own business until you came in and tried to interfere despite the court ruling in favor of the Native Americans. You should be impeached for that mischievous plan. All you care about is the fertile land that these Native Americans lived in; you didn’t care where you would put these Native Americans so you put them in Indian Territory which is dry and not a great place to live since nothing can be grown.
The creature can be viewed sympathetically in several ways. The creature is a victim of his environment and it is not his fault he was created and abandoned by his creator due to his scary looks leaving him scared, homeless, all alone to fend for himself. “I possessed no money, no friends, no kind of property”;” I was hideously deformed and loathsome” (Shelly, 107). The creature was born in a world that wasn’t accepting of him because he was judge by his scary appearance and not recognized as a person. People would be afraid and run away from him.
The aliens retreated and we took the leader into captivity but that was not the only time they attacked they striked back again. Agent 35 screams “the aliens are attacking again” Agent 56 ordered ”turn on the defenses” they lost against us but now they are attacking again and the leader has escaped, I should move now. The kids begged “can we please come with you” Agent 5 said “okay, let’s go but on one condition you guys stay in the car a safe distance from the fight”. So the kids agreed. They reached the alien and it was only small but vicious.
As time pressed on into a modern age where science prevails, these explanations steered more away from religion and more into the realm of science fiction. As a culture who are now attuned and used to censorship and government cover-ups and secrets, the idea of an alien species hiding in the dark corners of our world doesn’t seem so far fetch for a great number of people. The modern day culture of “big business” with its “evil” corporations and suspicious governments lends itself well into the idea of earth shattering secrets hidden from the general populous. Although it’s easy to look at this as a very “doom and gloom” scenario, there is another thing that sets our culture apart from those of the past. The 19th and 20th centuries have been the staging grounds for some of the human race’s most breathtaking discoveries and wildest experiments.
Lately it seems we have forgotten how to do this and admit to our faults. The humans on the Axiom and their ancestors have destroyed the Earth and take no responsibility for what they have done (Wall-e 2008). If we don’t change what we are doing now, our lives will forever change. We won’t be as close to others as we have been in the past and communicating face-to-face will be a thing of the past. Technology is making our communication less personable and is tearing our society apart.