Even though different modes of government have ruled Burma, none of these regimes have put the people first; the citizens have endured tragedies throughout. Post-colonization from Europe, government rule in “modern” Asia has always been dictatorship covered up by the name of a left-wing party. This was just for assurance that their cultures and traditions would never again be tainted by outsiders. Although the government poses to have their citizens’ best interests at heart, it seems the civilians are who suffer the most throughout the history of Communism and Socialism when in fact, it was Fascism. Sources needed for life like food, water, wages, freedom, are continuously cut off so the government can continue to control its people for its
However, the inexplicable amount of “dragons” that Chandler presents in the novel hinder Marlowe from being able to accomplish his goals without obstacles. Chandler produces the classic detective novel through his use of conniving criminals, corrupt police, and characters that are slighted by the actions of those in their lives. The novels chief detective, Philip Marlowe, is unable to eliminate every criminal that crosses his path, much to his dismay. Although most of the offenders are apparent from the beginning of the novel, some are not revealed until towards the end. Consider mob boss Eddie Mars; well known by the police officers, along with his hitman Canino, yet no one seems to do anything about it.
Scout gave in to the lie that, “Any stealthy small crimes committed in Maycomb were his work” (Lee 10). In result of Boo’s low social development, many people did not know what he was like, and just assumed that he was evil. The residents of Maycomb all knew each other very profoundly; however, Boo Radley was the most unknown man to the population. He and his family were blamed for almost every wrong thing that occurred in the town. Scout Finch observes that Boo Radley had been extremely generous to his fellow neighbors, but the Finches never paid him back, “We never put back into the tree what we took out of it; we had given him nothing, and it made me sad” (Lee 373).
It has exasperated the systems flaws; nobody was in charge of the operation. The question that arose from all of this was why are charges not made? To answer this, the people running the system are to blame, not the system itself. It was said that nobody trust politician. Regulators are always disliked.
‘He went from being considered a living god, to a meaningless political symbol.’ -unknown. Loosing that much would have been a lot to handle for someone who had never known a life any different. He spent his abdication in corruption, buying government officials. Of course, he would want to seek that kind of power and luxury living back. So I'm sure no one would say it is entirely his fault that he seeker the aid of foreign power.
Although the firm had the name of his brother, Nathaniel Zucculini, he had willed it to Carson, after his accidental death by tripping over the bridge in drunken conscience (his body was never found). Carson looked like any other white, but his records behaved like a perfect villain. Villainy was uncommon to him, but his firm had slipped away two previous cases, by ‘donations’ to the District Court. But this was not all fun and games. Their defence lawyer was a tough nut, but the whole country was against
It is scandalous that the Presidency has not said a word over this matter since it came to the limelight, while the UK and other international movers and shakers have blasted military incursion. Exactly what should be the meaning of Aso Rock silence? Is there a dirty trick to hide something - or, is it just the usual well-studied method of government hiding vital information from the citizens, could it be that Aso Rock don 't believer Buratai, or the normal laziness to act which made this regime to use six months to appoint ministers? Whatever it is, the government 's lack of word and action on this matter is totally unacceptable. The earlier they act upon this very burning matter of state, the better for man and country.
Blinded by the enormous profit brought from mass productions, the Whites lost one thing that differed humans from animals. Rationality. After years of enduring years of assault, rape, forced labor and other unthinkable mortification, devastated blacks ran toward freedom, to the South. However, life in South wasn’t gratifying at all. Their families were left in the North, and without a single penny, begging on the streets and committing petty crimes were the only ways to get through every day.
Churchill’s quote’s implications are clear and can be easily understood. According to Churchill people or the majority (usually poor) who preform the democratic process, know nothing about politics or laws or candidates. This can be due to poor economic states, being uneducated, and being easily influenced or deceived by looks and promises of certain politicians. Voters are guided by their unreliable emotions not by careful analysis, and they are carried into adventurous wars and victimized by costly defeats that could have been entirely avoided. The fact is, that in most cases voters vote for the candidate that appeals to them, and that is what Churchill is implying in his quote.
Around 200 km away from Harare (capital of Zimbabwe), families had no food to sell, and no money to buy grain. Though help should have came from a state grain scheme that allocated seeds, grain and fertilisers to farmers. The state never did and infact, the state officer who “instead of giving out the supplies for free, he would charge extortionate amounts from desperate farmers, making as much as US $1,000 a day in profits. The only people who got the grain without paying were members of the ruling party. If depot staff tried to leak the information to the public, they were threatened and dismissed."