Government to these people. I would hate to be locked up in a camp. This is good and sad at the same time. It’s messed up how they lost their freedom because of War. A lot of Japanese didn’t like it there and it was only their own race put in camps as well.
As a matter of fact, returning veterans are fragile, they are alienated from their families and have to bear the isolation. They also see their friends die in the battle and a lot of more. Hence, the society should give hands to them and help them to get out from
Evidence of this was when war factories shut down because war supplies were no longer needed now that the war had ended, this left many people unemployed (Canadian War Museum). This shows that World War I was a means of income and jobs for many people and as it came to an end so did their career and wealth. Similarly, after the soldiers returned from war, they had no jobs. This was the result of Canada’s fragile economy, which had difficulty employing and supporting demobilized soldiers and left many people jobless(Reilly, Skikavich). The nation as a whole was upset with the government, as they believed that it was the government’s duty to find a concrete solution for this problem (Reilly, Skikavich).
In addition, the article, “Panic Rises in Saigon, but the Exits are Few”, states, "'I called hoping that I could speak to her in one more time,' he added. Now I will never talk to her again'" (Butterfield 55). This quote demonstrates how this person lost his family because they had to leave while he was at work. Due to this, he lost his family like many others. This is a universal refugee experience because many people were forced to leave their families behind in order to survive.
However, there wasn 't a home to go back to. The Japanese-Canadian community was destroyed in B.C. Reconstructing their lives and their community wasn’t easy for the Japanese-Canadians. It was too late for some of them. The elder Japanese-Canadians had lost mostly everything they had worked for their whole lives and they didn’t have enough time to start fresh.
Though the American Government was afraid that Japanese-Americans were potential saboteurs, there’s no justified for interning them because it was not equitable to blame a whole society on a small portion action’s, the families were not equipped with the proper care and attention, and the Japanese-American children were faced with racism that they could not withstand. After the Pearl Harbor attack, the whole Japanese-American group now had to endure the consequence, even though they didn’t partake in the crime. In the text, Jeanne states, “To the FBI every radio owner was a potential saboteur.” Several Japanese would make their living by fishing, although, the American Government assumed that any Japanese American that was in possession of a radio was in contact with enemy ships. The American Government began to question many men, which began
The people were furious about what had happened in 1873 worried about the depression that was coming. Wages were being cut off and Americans would not accept it and acted by walking off their jobs. The mobs would not rest until they were finally stopped by Federal troops. The image in doc 3 shows all the people who lost
David had also lost all his money in a bad investment and was unemployed at the age of 38. His marriage underwent a strain and when his wife suggested a temporary separation, David became very upset and saddened. He left his parents’ home one day took a shot gun with him and killed himself. My opinion on this documentary is the parents wanted the best for their child, however, they did not think about the long term effects not just physically but also emotionally and mentally. There was no need to castrate David when they could have reconstructed his penis like they eventually did anyway.
This all changes the moment the first wish is made. Mr. White’s wish caused the death of his son. The immediate effect of the wish on Mr. and Mrs. White, “sometimes they hardly exchanged a word, for now, they had nothing to talk about, and their days were long to weariness.” (Jacobs 21) What had once been a close-knitted, happy family, has been reduced to a grieving, solemn, and depressing relationship between a husband and wife who lost a son and barely talk to each other anymore. A wish that was supposed to make Mr. and Mrs. White happy, made them spiral into a state of confusion and depression. The Monkey’s Paw is shown to be a symbol of the nature of fate, and how fate is not to be forcefully changed.
After being rejected by his family due to his metamorphosis, he has no reason to live and his humanity started to disintegrate. Both Gregor's work and his family were the causes of his dehumanization after his metamorphosis. In my opinion, the leading factor was his parents and how they dealt with his metamorphosis. They do not accept him, they do not care for him, they do not love him. “In front of the monstrous creature I refuse to pronounce my brothers name, and therefore I must say: we have to try to get rid of it” (Kafka 47).
They were afraid that they would lose them or never hear from them again. With this fear and the addition of the draft that caused families to be split up. The draft also made it to where the men were being forced to serve even if they did not want to. There was a loss of younger children and older family members from the war and there was a hard time trying to communicate with one another. The lack of communication added an extra burden because there was no instant response.