Another teen activist who was hurt because of his protests was Alex Libby. He stood up against bullies, who threatened him and hurt him. They threatened him and verbally abused him. But he kept fighting, and is now surrounded by supportive friends. Iqubal is also a teen activist who can show that some teen activists are abused because of their protests.
The true history of the Boston Massacre is shrouded by mystery, and most people’s interpretations of what happened are wrong. We generally think that the Boston Massacre was a flat out murder planned by the British; but that isn’t necessarily true. The generally accepted summary of what happened that night is that a group of British soldiers fired upon a crowd of unarmed colonists; killing 5 people and injuring a number of others. The Boston Massacre wasn’t really a massacre because it wasn’t a deliberate plan to slaughter a large number of people, but rather an accident by the British. While this accident is hard for the colonies to forgive, their mistake is hardly a massacre at all.
At the same time, the revolutionary committee surrounded a primary school and held the students hostage, demanding ransom money so that they could buy guns. From the very beginning, Kim San opposed of this plan, but only helped to organize the uprising when he was called a coward and counterrevolutionary. When his peers and comrades did not agree with his opinion to stop armed attacks and called him a rightist and a Trotskyist, Kim San “became angry…and disgusted with their attitude” (282). He was frustrated that his fellow colleagues refused to change their ideals for the sake of the greater good. He knew that an open democratic struggle would be the best option, but because they were stubborn, the consequences were that the party organizations were falling apart
The Dinka and Nuer tribes have both been affected negatively by guns. The use of guns by these tribes has changed their beliefs, respect, and way of life. In the excerpt it says "Children, women and the elderly used to be off-limits during raids..." then later on it shows how the tribes start to kill the women and children. It also says " 'They believe, 'The ghost of the deceased will not haunt me, because I did not kill with a spear, '". Finally it also says " He found armed youths running roughshod in a society whose dysfunction paralleled that of inner cities 8,000 miles away..."
Of course to them this seemed harmless, until these men were later on sent to terrorize the areas of Józefów and Łomazy, where they were ordered to shoot infants and small children. Browning explains this horrifying act by stating “along with the elderly and sick, infants were among those shot and left lying in the houses, door ways, and streets of the town” (59). Although opposing viewpoints may say that these men of the battalion were cruel and heartless, Browning states that even after the shooting of those children the policemen would report back “empathically” to each other. Explaining how “even in the face of death” how hurtful it was to watch mothers still hold onto their children sacrificing themselves (59). Ordinary Men also illustrates how even the commander of the Reserve Battalion, Major Wilhelm Trapp encountered multiple breakdowns during his time of serving.
Many people including kids, fathers, mothers, priest, and many more lives were lost, due to the mongols need for war. The mongols would also shoot their own dead using catapults. Because of this the plague known as the Black Death started to spread to the rest of Europe. The christian were not as bad, sure they would kill and rape like the mongols did, but they did not take it to the extremes of the mongols.
All three victims were shot on acts of 'self-defense '. With these types of violent events taking place, individuals in the communities that were effect most likely felt enraged, unsafe, unwanted by their country, unequal to superior races, pushed aside, forgotten, etc. Protesters wanted action. Parents wanted safety for their children. Children wanted to live without being afraid.
Under apartheid everyone that wasn’t white got separated and treated less than people who were white, The white minority ruled over the others who outnumbered them significantly. There were a lot of pictures taken during the Apartheid and showed a lot of depressing images, like kids caring a dying classmate after a peaceful riot of kids were having a sit in, the police force opened fire on them and killed many. This is important because the world started to see how bad things were getting and those images became a martyr to everyone to help. In the book they tried to avoid this by making everyone happy with Big Brother before killing them. Winston in the book decided that he would before he died to think “Down with Big Bother” as one final act of defiance of Big Brother and may become a martyr so the proles would finally have an uprising and be free from big brothers rule(1984).
This same technique can also be seen in Turkey. In Turkey many strict gun control laws were passed against most citizens of Turkey. The passed gun control laws allowed for the genocide of millions of Armenians once again unable to defend themselves. (Polsby 21) Gun control has led a terrible example across the world, and often results in the genocide of millions, as millions of citizens find themselves unable to defend against a tyrannical government.
Have you heard the sayings “#BlackLivesMatter or #WhiteLivesMatter or even #BlueLivesMatter. All these quotes were made because of all the police brutality going on around in the world. People are killing police officers or the other way around with, you guessed it! Guns. As Vice News says “.No one really has a gun.
In fact, I’d rather not say anything at all. (29). Most of John’s problems relate to his experiences in My Lai, where his platoon was ordered to eliminate the “Viet Cong” in the village. Because the men had seen so much in Vietnam and because of how the war was fought (Guerrilla warfare), they had little to no remorse when gunning down children and woman. They were so tired of fighting the “unknown enemy,” this can be seen in the soldier 's testimonies, “I didn’t discriminate between individuals in the village, sir.
They attacked anyone who was affiliated with the Freedmen 's Bureau. Around this time, they had killed around 11 members. They killed both whites and people of color and targeted only members of the bureau. After these deaths, pressure from many white southerners, and a lack of funding, the Freedmen 's bureau had dismantled.
Lastly, killing people has become such a trend in America that many people fear to even walk out their
The book, The Massacre at El Mozote is a significant book that is bringing the story about the Massacre in El Mozote out of the dark and into the light. The book is generally about how the Massacre happened and who was involved in it all. The things that are talked about in it are the El Salvadoran Civil-War, Terrorism and the people are involved in it all. The author, Mark Danner was trying to explain about how this all happened and how the rest of the world responded and reacted to it. Throughout the whole book there were questions appearing like, How did the U.S. play in the role to fight communism?