The short answer to this question is no. Donald Trump is anti-establishment and taps into the anger of many Americans, some of them may even identify as conservative. But he is not conservative. His populist, nationalist message seems to be refreshing. Not to mention he is attacking all of the people that deserve it: (for example) the liberal media, the establishment, and the president.
Throughout this article, President Donald Trump and the Republicans support the ban for the eastern Muslim refugees and non-United States citizens’ multiple visas. The author, Ismail Einashe, influences the reader to believe the ban is cruel and appeals to the readers’ emotions in the article, “For Dual Nationals, Trump’s Muslim Ban Is a Curse”. The statement, “The Trump ban has unfairly targeted people like me”, is a liberal bias because it makes you feel and believe the information before the writer states the evidence or support. Ismail comments that he was also born in Somalia and feels threatened by Trump’s ban. Ismail also includes his own personal bias, so this is another area where the writer has persuaded the reader to believe the
“The racist dehumanization of brown men allows Maya and her colleagues to routinely use the word "kill" without it seeming odd or out of place.” This uses the intention of normalizing violence towards Muslims since the film’s main characters focus on executing Osama bin Laden. The “good” Muslim is portrayed as extremely loyal to the American and does what he is told. “The exact point that a strategic shift has been made in the war on terror from conventional warfare to targeted killing, there comes a film that justifies this practice and asks us to trust the CIA with such incredible power.” What the film fails to explain, however, is the inhumane way the military does these targeted killing, by there being a chance they kill innocent bystanders or the chance that their target isn’t even at the location they are going to do their drone bombings. They may start with a few people on their list, but by the time they are done more and more are added to the
On the event of 9-11, Malala is telling people there are some misunderstandings in different countries. After the terrorists attack the World Trade Center, fear of Islam rises in western world that they think Muslim countries are supporting this event. However, some religious men in Malala’s society are viewing Bin Laden as a hero that he gives a hard punishment to the US because the US government is doing bad things in other countries. To my surprise, Malala is telling a different opinion than others. She thinks the 9-11 event is terrorism because people in the World Trade Center have nothing to do with the policies of the US government and Muslims are told not to kill innocent people in the Quran.
The rising threat of terrorism went ignored by the US government when Osama threatened use of aircraft in an attack against the US (Langley, 69), and because the US wouldn’t acknowledge this, Osama naively believed that america was weak (September 11 attacks, n.p.) and stated that it is a muslim duty to kill americans (Langley, 44), America only makes it worse by trying to kill Osama, making it look like americans really are a threat to Islam (Langley,
The words of Donald Trumps’ executive order are twisted into making it seem like Donald Trump is targeting certain religious groups. Which is the fallacy of strawman. The purpose of the law is to protect the nation from foreign terrorist entry into the United States not to target any country or religion. Distorting Donald Trumps’ word makes it easier to criticize him on targeting foreign countries than protecting the security of America. Persuading the audience to presume believe he’s against foreign
Our current president believes airstrikes are sufficient in the battle against terrorism. While some people disagree with just the airstrikes, more Americans believe sending ground troops will just end in disaster. Donald Trump wants to send in ground troops, he “wants to take away their wealth” (Donald Trump 2015). This opens another debate if Donald Trump is qualified to be president in the first place. Donald Trump has no background in politics, and Americans are frightful of another candidate becoming president that has hand no background in
The people who are against immigration want it to get rid of it or they want it to be extremely limited in our country. One person who talked about how limiting immigration and stopping people from coming to the United States is a good change for us is David Goldman. In his article “President Trumps Immigration Ban is Magnificently Right” Goldman says that Trumps 90-day travel ban is “callous towards individual Muslims but merciful to American citizens, who have the right to go about their business without fear of mass terrorist attacks.” (Paragraph 3). Being against immigration because of the fear or extra crime and terrorism seems to be one of the main reasons for people in the United States to be against it. In the last election it was one of President Trumps main areas of focus.
Donald Trump would not be a good president because he also made rude comments to one of the voters. That’s why I think Donald Trump should not be president because he is mean and he is not letting immigrants into the United States also making mean and aggressive comments to
Possibly so, as any major social issue back then affects how it appears in the present (violence, for example). Maybe the belief that racism is over isn 't entirely true, especially with the presence of a presumptive presidential candidate who wants to ban all Muslim immigrants and deport all 11.2 million illegal immigrants. With this reality, is it an outrageous goal to think that we as humanity can change our ways for the better? Can we really experience the redemptive power of God in this day and age? Let us consider the words of Father Jim Martin as he reflects on Jesus 's claim on the believer, saying, "His teachings are invitations, to be sure, but they are also commands: Love your neighbors. "