Malcolm X 's speech is fueled with anger and rage. He cautiously avoids directly encouraging his audience to be violent but makes statements like: "I don 't mean go out and get violent; but at the same time, you should never be nonviolent unless you run into some nonviolence" (X 360). X is subliminally telling his audience that they haven 't run into nonviolence, but that the horrors being committed against them, because of the color of their skin, are violent. He is ironically saying that he is not telling them to go out and be violent but that they must fight violence with violence in effort of
The most important points Vonnegut is trying to get a crossed to his readers are the issues of the inevitability of war, fatalism, and of free will. War is usually fought over religious beliefs, different cultures, land, or governmental disputes. We as people are more willing to be violent to one another to get our point across then to avoid war entirely by recognizing everybody's differences and learning to live together in peace and the key to no violence is communication. War is inevitable because both sides are never going to accept one another's differences. The bombing of Dresden wasn't necessary because there was no threat coming from there.
As if he would not all the rather lament the necessity of just wars, if he remembers that he is a man; for if they were not just he would not wage them, and would therefore be delivered from all wars. For it is the wrongdoing of the opposing party which compels the wise man to wage just wars ”. In all of this, Augustine is not far from and is, in fact, probably drawing upon the ideas of Cicero and the author of Deuteronomy. He goes further than either of them, however, in his condemnation of war itself and in his refusal to allow that the aggressor may be just. For Augustine, war is never a good but only a lesser of evils, and the one who causes the war is always unjust.
And the war came.” (Lincoln) The intention was to allow the nation to realize that the war began because both parties showed disapproval towards the idea of the war and did not want the war to begin but would not let the idea die and accepted the war. As stated in Abraham Lincoln and the Second American Revolution “I am naturally anti-slavery. If slavery is not wrong, nothing is wrong.” (Page 30 McPherson) Abraham Lincoln was fighting for slavery to end due to the reason that it is inhumane and he was fighting for racial
He argues that the British’s support for social control, meant renouncing the individual alone, and given his propensity towards anarchy, he disapproved of their socialist nature. He denounced the cultural homogeneity of American society, their heedlessness and indifference, and the crooked, nefarious nature of law enforcement. Deemed as his most famous novel, A Clockwork Orange has been regarded considerably influential in areas of literary, visual, and music culture. However, prior to its release there was hesitation on publishing the novel due to worries of being an ‘enormous flop’ (Independent, 2012). It was prompted that, although illustrating a well-kept storyline and pleasant detail, the language would be too challenging to comprehend.
Society believed that the Sandy Hook shooting gave Obama evidence as to why we needed gun control. However, that appears to be highly unlikely. Believing that the President of the United States would kill innocent elementary school students in order to gain support for more strict gun control seems absurd. This serves as an example of how American’s can not accept what is going on and there is chaos in our country. Society must always blame a more powerful source for tragic events.
By asking if America should “try argument,” Henry offers a useless alternative to war (Henry). Henry’s question makes the audience feel foolish because the delegates have been trying to argue with Britain “for the last ten years” (Henry). By making his opposition feel foolish, Henry successfully puts doubt in the delegates’ minds that the British will try to keep peace. In addition to questioning an alternative to war. Henry asks the delegates if they want to “resort to entreaty and humble supplication” (Henry).
He believed that not any situation should have violence. For example, he did not use violence even when the police arrested him for no reason. Also, when he was attacked by a mob of white people in Durban, he did not want to press charges against the mob of people. He said “it was one of his principles, not to seek redress the world no matter the risks and consequences of his actions”. Even though he had some injuries he still did not want to press charges, which revealed Gandhi really did not like violence and he would do anything to display to the people that you can solve differences without violence.
I despise him and those who listen to him. I shall fight alone if I choose,” (Achebe 186). The quote exhibits that Okonkwo did not want the British to interfere with tribal matters by introducing a new lifestyle. He preferred that people continued to hold the traditional culture to a high esteem. This is expanded upon when Okonkwo is willing to fight the British by himself with the knowledge that they had more advanced technology, so he could try to preserve his beliefs.
The decision is hard as the leader is standing for pacifism, he has publicly proclaimed his views against torture and violence, and that was one of the reasons why people voted for him. To agree on torture for him means to betray the beliefs people chose him for. Moreover, he personally is against the torture and frankly believes that it is wrong. But he is convinced that torture is a needed measure within the current situation, and by going against his own moral standing he is doing that for the sake of his people. As for the rebel, we do not know whether he is personally responsible for the terrorist campaign, and he definitely does not deserve to be