Think about the power a leader has in their hands, the capability to do good or cause destruction right underneath their fingertips. How would life be under a ruthless leader like Adolf Hitler? There are many leaders out there but when it comes to the most cruel leader the first person to pop into people 's minds is Adolf Hitler. He was known for abusing his power to do terrible things for his personal greed. Adolf Hitler abused his power negatively by killing/torturing many jews and treating everyone but the dominant person in his eyes poorly.
Analysis Individuality A major theme in the film THX-1138 involves the complete loss of humanity and individuality that faces every minor character in the movie. As a matter of fact, internal forces that lack a visible leader drive the underground society portrayed in the film. In particular, every activity is under heavy scrutiny although no one appears to be in charge. Lawyers discuss laws while a robot police enforces them, but ultimately, every decision is computed. Accordingly, Mike O’Neal pointed out that the entire society is made up of followers (Glettler 4).
These gangs who think of themselves as masters and leaders are the ones who provided the structure and status of the city of God. Life here has no value. They kill anyone they think are hindrance to their plans and they act as nemesis for all the activities in the society. The gang death rate is towering that surprisingly even the gang leaders are so young. Even the young ones who are supposed to be in school get involved in the gang activities.
Jack uses fear and threats as a way to control the people that follow “his tribe” at first they were empty, but now that he and roger have killed piggy, they now have legitimate authority over the people that are scared of stepping out of line. Democracy has been dismantled by the situation they are in, where there is no real authority besides
Machines are destroying the happiness of their family and killing the humanity. Society acts as per the dictum of a fewwhich can be considered as a mechanical drama and a gestural reproduction of mass ideology. The dreadful play is forced by the engineers who sit at the meadows business conference. Their aim is not to improve the standard of life of everyone in their society but the people from the upper class which is a very dangerous sign for
The brainwashed way these people live can be very scary to us, as it shows that governments can hide very important things from its citizens. “The rules say that if there’s a third transgression, he simply must be released.” (Lowry 9). We often hear the expression three strikes and you are out, however in their society that takes on a whole new meaning. When a person in The Giver messes up three times they are killed. The government in The Giver sets such strict rules it's no wonder the citizens lack individuality.
One way he made sure of that was by using propaganda. Stalin ran a Totalitarian state, which deprived people of a free way of living. Under no circumstances did he allow people to critic the way he ran things because if they did they were to be executed or even arrested by his secret police. To control his people, Stalin used terror and violence. In severe circumstances, murder or brutal force was even used.
The another incident when he was caught by the army for his misbehavior and damaging the property, he realizes that being invisible doesn’t mean that a person can do anything and from this fact we finally understood the Invisible Man’s name which unravels the mystery among the readers. The last but not the least point increases the curiosity among readers. When griffin invented his invisible formula he met to a person whose name was Kemp. The Invisible Man was happy that now he was succeeded in his plan. His plan was to murder and terrorize people.
n. In the book, Fahrenheit 451 written by Ray Bradbury, there was evidence that Beatty was persuading and terrorizing his fellow firemen and society because of the power in his hands. Although, He was educated by reading books, Beatty was not justified for hiding the truth about censorship because he kept society from thinking, used his power for evil instead for good and sent fear throughout society. He is just as guilty as Montag because he to read books. As well as, hid information that was very valid to the knowledge of the people of the society. There is little evidence for the fact that Beatty hid the truth about censorship in hiding books, but with what evidence is relevant, Beatty will be proven guilty for his obstruct actions.