Even if they try hard to be perfect, it will sadly never accomplish this. Society can be made better, even if it has to start by leveling whole cities and ending millions of lives. This could be considered good by some, and evil by others. Although, the destruction of the city does bring up that there was still war. There was also still propaganda that oppressed free thought, and led people to lead empty lives.
Even the firefighters were not organized or ready either! These two statements express how the owners were really at fault for this situation. The explicit meanings of Albert Marrin’s excerpt state that the lives of the factory workers did not matter and were not cared about by the owners, the fire department, and the building owner. “Holocaust” was used as the subtitle for the chapter itself. Holocaust means “...an extensive loss of life, especially through fire and also sacrifice consumed by fire,” Ana claimed from the StudySync TV video.
His name became a symbol of bringing down the established system, and his example made no one want to speak out against the rising oppressive power of Napoleon (284). This becomes really unhealthy for the community in multiple ways. The citizens are put down in power because they lose the ability to stand up for themselves and the community supports this kind of suppression without fully realizing what is
Because of the monumental issue the American government has manufactured I am obligated to state my opposing views. How much time do I have to live before my home is contaminated thus resulting in my death. He tells plutonium that he speaks against its use. Your creation was the product of cowardice and anger. Ginsburg refers to it as the “most Ignorant matter ever created.” I understand what the author meant because that bomb was ignorant of everything and everyone in the area.
Thinking outside Party Ideology and beliefs is labelled as ‘thought –crime’ because the act of free –independent thinking is unorthodox. When Winston began writing in his diary, he expected to be ‘vaporised’ as he had denounced Big Brother. He states, “thought crime does not entail death; thought crime IS death’. Syme describes destroying words to Winston, “In the end, we shall make thought crime literally impossible because there will be now words in which to express it” In other words, eliminating specific words and concepts strip them of their ability to
There Will Come Soft Rains by Ray Bradbury and The Shawl by Cynthia Ozick express selfishness through humanity’s impact on their surroundings; moreover, humanity give peace to nature when their creations caused their extinction and humans going against their own kind to survive in desperate times are experiences told through either nature or a human’s point of view. Selfishness is conveyed in There Will Come Soft Rains through humans ignoring the fact that nature could´ve been abolished while they had their nuclear war: ¨The house stood alone in a city of rubble and ashes. This was the one house left standing. At night the ruined city gave off a radioactive glow which could be seen for miles¨ (Bradbury 1). The explosion caused harm to only humans and whatever they had built except for a house.
When he goes to the World Council, he presents his box of light to them. The council unfortunately rejects it and orders his and the box’s destruction, they describe it “was evil” saying that “what is not down collectively cannot be good” (72). The box actually represents himself, not only that but it is an extension of Equality and so we can see that the Council, and the society, have rejected him, called him evil and that he cannot be good. His sense of self is so high that he won’t allow them to oppress him any longer and breaks out through the window. Later he decides to free the world of collectivism by conquering it and destroying collectivism (104).
Bush does not appeal to logic at all in this speech. He simply tries to pick up a heartbroken and scared nation. In a time like that people don't want to hear facts and statistics which make them logically think. They only want to be comforted and assured that their circumstances can only get better from there. If he gave statistics and facts about 9/11 he would only upset the people.
As king, Gilgamesh is quick to stop weddings, and take the bride as his own. Considering that the elders condemn him for doing so, it is clear Gilgamesh has no legitimate reason. He simply takes brides away because he can, and he wants to. Furthermore, the manner in which he interrupts weddings, alone and unarmed, exhibits his hasty decision making, Though most impulsive
Once we become divided, that is the day we all parish.” “What do you mean?” “The first world, your world... As soon as we show any signs of weakness we will completely be wiped out.” “That can’t be.” I blurted out in shock. My world knew about this one and were threatening to end it?! Inwardly, I knew it would be their reaction to a weaker world existing beside them. People don’t like differences, they view them as a threat. Still, they can’t just remove the lives here, not again.