This proves that fear should never be used to motivate an audience to confront a threat because fear is an emotion that causes people to look at everything as a threat or as dangerous, makes them feel anxiety, and it often causes people to make irrational or bad decisions, and the results are disastrous. In The Crucible, Miller's character Abigail accuses many of the townspeople of being witches. In those times, the people of Salem were terrified of witches and believed they were devil
He was a harsh man from the very beginning. He didn't attend his mother's funeral and he did not make any efforts to save his son from a prisoner of war camp. Stalin played his opponents against one another and he used his poor background to seem more appealing to the people His second name should be back stabber because he eventually came to full power by arresting and executing his
In comparison, document 10, Colonel Lusk leaves the Republican party to join the Democratic party for fear of his family being ostracized because it was the only way to not be so.
In fahrenheit montag’s city is destroyed because of an immense hate the rest of the world has on his country due to the rest of the world starving. In today's world the middle east, they hate us so due some countries like Russia, Austria, Germany, and most other of the Russian/European countries are not so fond of us sparking up terrorist organizations that cause chaos. By malpination, governments can protect their citizens by illuding the
Shek tried to disperse them, but they wouldn 't budge. ”(175) The Sherpas and porters really care about Zopa and they were willing to sacrifice their important jobs to save him. Sherpas and porters are from a country that is pretty poor. When they held the silent vigil they sacrificed not only themselves but their families.
This shows how their society is being brainwashed into thinking that this is the way that everyone should be equal. People were either too afraid or they thought that what the government was right. There is no difference, there is no diversity, and there are no outliers. The author warns the reader that in the story, diversity and uniqueness are canceled out and that everyone is forced to be
These are clear violations of the first, fifteenth, and eighth amendments of the United States constitution. When Japanese Americans were placed in internment camps, they were never given a trial and were automatically viewed as guilty traitors. In addition, Japanese internees were forced to take a loyalty test, and if a person replied “no” to any of the questions, they were taken to Tule Lake, a maximum security camp (Denn, Benjamin, iamanamerican.weebly.com ). Again, this is a clear violation of the first amendment of the United States constitution, as they were mistreated and suppressed, because and opinion was expressed. One may argue that the Supreme Court, in 1944, stated that the need of American safety outweighed the individual rights of the Japanese( Steven, High, Anne Arundel County Public schools, umbc.edu).
Turkish nationalists thought Armenians were on the side of the Allied Powers, so to eliminate the threat, they attempted to kill the entire race. Men were forced to fight in the war, and women and children were paraded into death marches. This was an unforgivable action that no benefit could be worth, all caused by nationalists in the Ottoman Empire. Around the close of the genocide, nationalism had a big effect in Russia as well, where people eagerly fought until the country began to lose funds. The intolerable conditions caused Russians to unite through nationalism and begin a violent revolution.
Most concepts in this novel are terrifying even in thought, as freedom was extinct, as were meaningful lives. The brash elimination of all natural emotion and the limiting of individualism is something that broke these civilians down, unable to cope with existential crises, if they even experienced any. The aspect of keeping information from the citizens like the past, and the language, restricted the people's consciousness and idleness to formulate their own thoughts, which further helped the Party stay in power. Winston Smith refused to conform to these rules, but the Party eventually broke his spirit and made him submit. The Party, absurdly, had no reason for operating this way, other than doing it for power, ultimate power of the minds of millions.
They were seized unexpectedly from their homes, with no food, clothing, nor money. Everyone had enough of the terrible events that happened for one day. The number of people at the concentration camps gradually increased each day and not long after it was not enough to accommodate all of the Japanese civilians. The Philippine government could not offer contingency measures to address the crises happening inside the concentration camps. He had become so desperate that he tried to smuggle bread buns just so he and his fellow people could
“He was Tsar Nicholas II of Russia: the wealthiest Monarch on the world, who ruled over 130 million people and one-sixth of the earth’s land surface, yet turned a blind eye to the abject poverty of his subjects.” - Candace Fleming. The Romanovs ruled over Russia for 300 years; once Nicholas II came to power, it all collapsed. World War I and different instances in 1917 provoked the Russian Revolution to into play. The Russian Revolution then made Nicholas II abdicate the throne, the Bolsheviks rose to power after that. Then on July 17, 1918 Nicholas II, his family, and servants were executed in the cellar of the prison house.
This article discusses the Siberian Lena Goldfields strike and massacre of 1912. Lena Goldfields and Lenzoto was a very successful company that produced one third of the gold in the Russian Empire. Lenzoto mines were in an extremely remote region of Siberia where miners worked and lived. The working conditions were horrible with poor facility maintenance, long hours, and dangerous mines. The miners were also paid low wages and lived in overcrowded housing.
Ivan Chetvyorty Vasilyevich or Ivan the Terrible, was born on August 25, 1530, in the Grand Duchy of Muscovy, Russia. He became the first tsar of all Russia and he was said to be sensitive and intelligent, but Ivan agreeably had a complex personality. After being completely orphaned at age 8 Ivan’s personality became hateful and erratic. He was neglected by the people that watched over him, ensuing his parent’s death. In adulthood, he earned the nickname “Grozny,” which means “formidable or sparking terror.”