He also believes that Viet Cong will go to the Chieu Hoi program. This view towards the American public is that the American people do not want to fight in the war because they do not know what they are fighting against and what they are fight for. Implying that Americans do not want to see a free world and only capitalism will allow the free world to take place. When Baldra say “most every guy here realizes that he was wounded doing an important job in south Vietnam”. When he says this, I believe that he is being completely truthful in the statement because the men fighting for the cause in Vietnam believe that they are doing the right thing or must convince themselves that are doing the right thing when he asked them in the hospital.
Football fans can call Colin Kaepernicks’ protest treacherous, heroic, or oxymoronic. What really matter is the massage that Colin Kaepernick set behind his protest. Kaepernicks’ protest may have offended many, but it was the right thing to do. Whether Kaepernick protest is loved or hated, the one thing that is true is that it brought more attention on the issue of police brutality. Kaepernicks’ form of protest was not a protest against our American Soldiers, but a protest that stressed on our countries internal issue with police brutality.
Protest leaders like Rosa Parks, Nelson Mandela and John Lennon all had the same goal; to bring attention to the injustice taking place in society. Nico Woodward talks about how protest is good for democracy because it shows the injustices and disagreements in the government (1); consequently, it is crucial to bring disagreements to the forefront of society so that everyone 's thoughts can be heard. Most of the time, minority groups that struggle to have their voices heard because there are outnumbered, and it is important that these groups are heard and not marginalized. People can be unaware of major issues because it is not something that they experience daily; therefore, it is pivotal that oustanding problems are brought front and center. Colin Kaepernick’s protest
Ephron then continues to state that these type of events happen to everyone and quite often too, but aren't as frequently captured and displayed like its counterparts. In the end Ephron reminds the audience that death is among us all and should not be forgotten but rather, remembered. In order to prevent something like this from happening or by being aware, but because Ephron believes that being explicit with everything is important for the understanding of the human experience and presence on this world. No matter the atrocities that may or may not be displayed this is all part of the human experience. For example Ephron says, “Throughout the Vietnam War, editors were reluctant to print atrocity pictures.
He found his own voice and spoke against the evil in our society. In the end, this is not about being aware of the bullying problem. This is about finding our voice and making the decision to stop it. I challenge every individual to practice speaking up for the issues they care about and inspire others to do the same. “I say to you today, my friends, though, even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream.” This is the right time to make King’s dream come true.
When delivering speeches and addresses, it is essential to carefully pick words and phrases to spread a clear message about how America needed important changes. In his speech, Clinton uses the phrase “eroded our resources,” and by using this phrase, Clinton urges that America needs a change, and it is worrisome if the nation is not taking steps toward that change. Not only does Clinton uses powerful phrases, he also demonstrates his high-level vocabulary to show that he put his thoughts and consideration in his writing and reveals to the citizens that people need to come together and behind him to avoid harmful consequences and to make changes to make America a better place. With this being said, Clinton uses strong diction and establishes his ethos, or perceived persona as a writer. He uses words such as “fractured” and “mustered,” showing his audience that he is intelligent and worth standing behind.
Kennedy appeals to the citizen’s pathological need to eliminate conflict, solve problems indefinitely, and protect their rights. He does this type of persuasion to cause the people to react to his presidency positively. This speech was said during the Cold War, so people were on edge because of the impending battle, and he consoled the people with his confident diction. He outlines a “peaceful revolution of hope” that will help connect the neighboring countries and lower poverty rates (Kennedy). By saying “peaceful” he minimizes the fear of having a endless battle with the Soviet Union.
Card wanted to show that change can also take place in common citizens thought the process and speaking different opinions then they would have before learning anything about the trouble their world is in. He wanted readers to recognize that common man is paying attention and their thoughts on the subject are changing as well (Card 229). These changes are not only found in common man but in high ranking officials too. Card wanted readers to know that race, job gender, nor rank effects who thoughts are changed. "Demosthenes was invited to take part in the presidential council on the education for the future..." (Card 230) This very well shows the changes made to the mind after experiencing society
If everyone can be conscious of the importance of human rights and resonates with those that are mistreated, a change is bound to happen. We, as medical students, are compelled to recognize the flaws that many people face and advocate for the discriminated. Even one good deed means more than we can imagine. Even if this doesn’t make a change in the grand scheme of things, it might mean so much to the person it is directed to. We must adjust our habits, be the first ones to make a change and encourage others to act likewise.
In all circumstances, the world has been given a wake-up call, allowing changes to be made for the better in the fear that there could possibly be a relapse. The sinking of the Titanic helped create new supervisions and developments on ships concerning the safety of the passengers. In remembering the great depression and both world wars the government and people as a whole do what they can to maintain a sense of peace within the world. Within each historical even lies a lesson to be learned about how people’s actions and opinions can turn into a worldwide problem and not impact the world for the better as