They can protect us from the French and Natives on this new world. We have fought against these people once, and our troops were not strong enough to hold the French and Natives. The only way we could beat them was with english troops from our homeland. We would have been taken over and could even have died but with Great Britain’s help, we won the war. If we become enemies of our cherished nation, they could annihilate us.
For example there was a situation where our First Sergeant Council was facing stagnant growth in our base community in regards to give back to our Airmen and we needed a change. I briefed the whole council and argued that we needed to be innovative and not be scare to make a change. I argued to make the council split into having warm heart council separate from the executive council, this would give us an opportunity to create a chance to reach out to more Airmen but we needed to take the risk. It was hard to sell to my peers and others who outranked me but I fired up the council and we made the change. The warm heart council is currently separate and has its own tax ID and is now a part of CFC and has increased its donation power by doing so.
Edelstein suggests many ways on how to increase the chances of making a military occupation a success. According to the author, the fundamental challenge of occupation is the potential of nationalistic minority groups driving up the cost of the occupation to an unacceptable level which would not only harm the efficiency but also make profits gained meaningless, therefore, to convince an occupied population not to resist the occupation and to grant the occupying power time is key. Such are only accomplished by overcoming the perception that the occupying power is a military conqueror, convincing the occupied population that the occupation will improve their lives, and assuring them that they will earn back their sovereignty one day. In other words, an occupying power must win the hearts and minds of the occupied population. Establishing law and order, supplying basic services and goods and refraining from the abuse of occupied populations are basic steps toward winning hearts and minds.
My opinion about the attack on ISIS is that it 's a good thing we did it because ISIS deserves it. If we just hold back ISIS will get to confident and that would become very bad for us, so I think we need to keep attacking them when available because if not they will keep attacking us and that is very bad. I think they are going to start attacking bigger places because they just attacked Paris and I know they aren 't going to wait destroying more knowing them. So basically Im saying we need to keep attacking them and if not they will get to confident and attack us, but if we attack them they will get scared and
If they can sell Ramirez to a playoff fringe team, they could get a lot back. They have a great international pool of players, so waiting until the future could be the right move for them. Expect the Red Sox to sell this deadline and rebuild, it only makes sense in the war zone that
The goal of our nation is to continue to prosper, and to keep the American virtue. War would only tear this nation apart. The economy, as well as the people would suffer, and the nation would fall, and struggle to recover once again. Therefore, I am against declaring war on Great Britain. War has unpredictable outcomes, that could either ruin a nation, or just end further conflict.
The dropping of the bombs were necessary and fair due to the refusal of the Japanese to surrender, the millions of lives saved by a quick end to the war, and the warnings given to the Japanese. To begin, the Japanese soldiers have it ingrained in their brains that it is dishonorable to surrender. The author of Drop the Bomb as agreed by saying that “the Japanese have demonstrated a willingness to fight to the death”. During the war there were many times for the Japanese to surrender, but it was never done. With this in mind, they would have continued to drag out the war, which shows that dropping the bombs sped up the war which lessened the casualties.
To end the lack of effort and bring back the team spirit. To bring back the winning games and the hard working practices. In the world I come from, if something is broken, you fix it. If something isn’t working, you replace it. So now we make the change.
The war led to Greek cities concentrating less on fighting and more on intellectual growth and cities such as Ionia pioneered in research revolving around metaphysics. There were social and political consequences of the war that affected all futuristic activities of the Greek people. The social and political systems of Athens and Sparta after the war affected the way they conducted their civil war as they avoided an all-out-war and took certain small strategic attacks on each other. Socially, the Greek states after the war supported minor rebellions and politically, they rallied against taking one city at a time from their
In this dialogue there is a clear differentiation of justice and self-interest. The replies from the Athenian envoy, shows that everything the Athenians do is for the interest and benefit of their empire. They are just after more power and they will do anything to attain it, even if it means engaging in war and killing innocent people. However, when it comes to the Melians, it’s evident that they believe in morality and actions of justice. Although they are considered to be inferior and weak than the Athens, they believe in fighting for justice instead of throwing all
The reason is because if congress didn 't agree to the expansions then they would not expand their land. Jefferson was a major factor of motivating the push for expansion, not only did he tell the people he wanted to expand but made sure people did by lowering the prices for land. This made more people want live out there and want to expand there land as well. Another factor was John L. O’Sullivan’s document on Manifest Destiny which stated, “America is destined for better deeds…..The expansive future is our arena, and
The people would now give the power to the the government they would consent if they agreed to what they were being taxed, restricted on, etc. Divine right had been around for decades, but the war completely changed everything. That shows the revolutionary war was truly revolutionary because the whole concept of a republic was foreign to the people, but yet they did it as they realized they wanted to have a say not listen to what the king has to
Better even to die free than to live slaves"(62). Frederick Douglass and other social activists choose to stand up to “strike the blow”, as the result they succeeded and different amendments were added to change our society. Also, this speaks out the eager for freedom--there is nothing worse than being unequally treated. “That doesn’t mean we’re against white people, but we sure are against...anything that looks like against us”(132). People have different opinions and when they want to reform, there is always going to be other groups against it.
One argument to grow the military defense budget is that the instead of throwing out arbitrary number for what percentage the government can live on, actually list out the costs of programs and capabilities we need to protect the people. Historically every time we have cut resources from the military, we have to spend greater amounts later to get those programs back up and running rather than if we would have kept them going over the duration. People on the side for growing the military budget also say that we need to make it a priority and that there is plenty of money to allocate to it. Those for reducing the government’s spending on defense say that they do not want to cut military pay but they do want to cut or reform the military retirement,