Furthermore, fear was struck into their hearts when they realized all the weapons and armor were stolen. This brutal tragedy would lead anyone to understand why the Virginia settlers would despise the Algonquian tribe. After this event, they saw them as more uncooperative and barbaric than ever. Before the
Accept it was towards a different race. It was led by a man name Hitler and he hated the jewish society. So he developed his own clan. They had one mission and it was to destroy all Jews that they possibly could. There were between five and six million Jews killed during the Holocaust.
As a starting point, Arnold’s family, friends, and figures of authority in the reservation are clear evidence and reflection that the government 's attempt to assimilate the Indian population to the US society led to the destruction of the Indian culture. One of the most infamous attempts at assimilation made by the white society were the residential schools. Residential schools were places where Indians were taught to forget who they were and had a main motto that stated, “Kill the Indian, but save the person.” (Assimilation of Native Americans). In the novel, after Arnold threw a book on Mr. P’s face, they have a talk about the incident in Arnold’s porch. Mr. P tells him that teachers, including himself, “...were trying to kill Indian culture."
Towards the end of the book, Okonkwo was stunned that everything he knew and loved throughout his life was disappearing and his own people took no retaliatory actions at all. In fact, he and his friends attempted to overthrow the District Commissioner, but failed and were arrested but later released. At that point, war was on the horizon and lots was at risk. They already had the Massacre at Abame still floating in their minds, the law of the English already took its toll on the people and there was the risk of losing everything if they went to war. In the last minute, Okonkwo beheaded a British messenger who ordered the meeting held in Umuofia to be stopped.
Since people were taking control of land that everyone wanted a lot of wars arose like the French and Indian War. Another bad thing that came with fighting in North America was the string of events that eventually led to the Native Americans being completely wiped out. Since fighting and war are almost always seen as a very bad thing causing all of it can generally be seen as a bad thing. It is especially bad if you wipe out an entire race of people who did nothing to you prior to you taking all of their
White Americans loathed the Indians because they were “undeserving” of the fertile land they had. White settlers wanted this land so bad they burned down house and towns, stole animals and lived in land that didn’t belong to them. They tormented the native Americans for decades and then the state governments started passing laws to strip the Indians of their rights. In two separate cases, (Cherokee
The treatment of the native inhabitants varied among the three explorers. The worst treatment of the natives was seen in great detail through the perspective of De Las Casas. During his expedition in the Indies, he and his comrades killed millions of the natives to take everything and anything they wanted. He stated, “And thus they have deprived the Indians of their lives and souls, for the millions I mentioned have died without the Faith and without the benefit of the sacraments. This is a well-known and proven fact which even the tyrant Governors, themselves killers, know and admit.
With those words, Aias loses his recognition as a leader and warrior. Aias ultimately destroys the honor of his army when he demolishes the war spoils, which are owned by everyone. Moreover, he is seen as a traitor in the eyes of Agamemnon and Menelaos because of his attempt kill the commanders of the army. Under those circumstances, Aias loses his identity as great defender of the army, and his loss of his reputation triggers mental devastation for
The fatal weakness of the Legalists lay in their blind worship of severe punishments and strict laws and disregard of the benefits of moral education and benevolence government. Qin Shi Huang was known to be a paranoid ruler such that he got rid of anybody who showed opposition or didn’t agree with him. Once, scholars were talking behind his back and being a paranoid person, he didn’t like that and arrested over 400 scholars and buried them. His ruthless act did not gain him much support from the people and soon he lost the Mandate of Heaven when Qin dynasty collapsed in
The invisible Empire was a creator of hate because they hanged people, betrayed immigrants, and burned houses, churches, and schools. The invisible Empire was against white and black activists. Nowadays, individuals are aware of the pain that flag caused to