I chose this topic because I read an article on the Internet stating that the refugee crisis worldwide has displaced 60 million people from their homes since the end of World War II pushing asylum to their limits. That article stated the threat countries are facing as they are fleeing from countries like Syria and Iraq to places like Central America and Africa to seek asylum. I want to research whether countries should be morally obligated to give asylum to refugees. I want to also find out what causes this problem, what effects and consequences this will have on the country. Finally I want to obtain a possible course of action to try to put an end to this problem.
People all over the world have to leave their home and country because of natural disasters, persecution by government, war and many other tragedies. These people are called refugees, which is an individual that flees their homeland in fear of what will happen to them if they stay. Refugees face many hardships and challenges that can make their lives seem “inside out” while trying to find a new place to call home, such as discrimination in their homeland and also when they’re trying to make a living in a new country. Their traditions and culture remind them of who they are and why they’re doing this, and while trying to find a new home being reminded of these things can help raise their spirits and hopes and make the journey a little bit easier.
Former 49er quarterback Colin Kaepernick was tired of noticing this horrendous issue on the news and therefore, commenced the emotional movement. Day by day, discovering how many innocent black lives are lost and ripped away from their families, their friends, and their future is too much for anyone to handle. Kaepernick was troubled by these problems and wanted this chaos to end in America. " Once again, I’m not anti-American," Kaepernick explains.
Not only that, but their families sacrifice their security knowing that they may never be able to see their parents or spouse again. This can put a lot of pressure on children whose parent is sent away for months at a time, let alone a child with both parents in the military. A spouse has to learn how to single-handedly raise children and work the house. But all these people and all of their individual stories are what makes America so great. So honorable.
Most soldiers that survive the war, come back with experiences and situations that they could never take back. Some soldiers come back with disorders such as PTSD, which has a huge impact on their well-being for the rest of their lives. Again, which explains another reason why war has taken her lover away from him, he is gone now. This whole ballad’s metaphor was about
Many of the tribe members died as they fled. They finally gave up and surrendered to the soldiers after Chief Joseph gave his famous speech, “Hear me my Chiefs, I am tired. My heart is sick and sad. From where the sun now stands, I will fight no more forever.”
Mariam Ismail 900152300 Rhetorical Argument #1 Since the year 2011, the Syrian civil war has brought terrible atrocities upon the people of Syria. These atrocities have caused the Syrian people to lose their homes, livelihoods, family members, - and most importantly- their sense of security in their very own country. Ever since the war has been triggered, not only have people been wounded, permanently disabled, or killed, they also watched their homes getting destroyed and their loved ones killed in front of them. Moreover, children were traumatized as they closely witnessed violence and brutality.
Yet, nearly 80 percent of these cases are ending with DHS [Department of Homeland Security] ordering these same families deported back to the very dangerous conditions they fled. Disturbingly, it has been reported that as many as 83 Central American immigrants recently denied asylum were murdered within months of their return…I urge you to immediately end these raids and not deport families back to countries where a death sentence awaits. We cannot continue to employ inhumane tactics involving rounding up and deporting tens of thousands of immigrant families to address a crisis that requires compassion." ProCon.org.
If not else, asylum seekers who actually can make journey as far from their country of origin as to the Member States in the other end of the EU territory, raise another fundamental consideration; can these people really be in need of asylum? Of course, it should not either be presumed that all in the need of asylum are impoverished, but it often is the case. There can also be asylum seekers who are not lacking sufficient money in their country of origin but are in some other way not able to live without fearing for their lives, such as could be in a case where their sexuality was being valued as “wrong” on the grounds of
The cold war also led to destructive conflicts like the Vietnam War and the Korean War. This tore families and societies apart leaving people homeless, jobless and grieving over lost ones. This overall had a negative effect on society but some good did come out of it, for example the Berlin Wall was demolished and the two German nations were unified, the Baltic States and some former Soviet Republics achieved independence, Communism collapsed worldwide and America became the sole superpower of the world. (A Brief Overview of the causes and effects of the cold war, 2017). However wars which still affect and guide people’s actions to this day is World war one and two.
All I’m trying to say is that this is our chance to free America from Britain. I wouldn’t care If i were on the verge of dying I will fight till my last breath and keep my heart towards the truth. We are an amazing country and we deserve to be free and that is why I am Reenlisting. Because this is my duty to protect our country from Britain’s unfair rule. The question “Would you Re- Enlist” is significant because it shows who will stand for America or back down.
Plus the conditions are bad/awful. Though I am going to re-enlist, because Washington needs healthy men, the people need my help, and I want my freedom. I’m also going to stay due to my country needing me. Plus I will die helping my country instead of dying for nothing. It is important for every soldier at Valley Forge to be asked whether to stay or leave because General Washington needs to know if you will stand with him and fight for what 's right.
The Road to Becoming a Child Soldier “I am from Sierra Leone, and the problem that is affecting us children is the war that forces us to run away from our homes, lose our families, and aimlessly roam the forests” (Beah 199). The memoir called a long way gone written by Ishmael Beah, is about a boy who lives through the deadly civil war in Sierra Leone. At the start of his story, Ishmael was traveling to a town named Mattru Jong, when the war broke out at his home town. Him and six of his friends, one of them being his older brother, all fled Mattru Jong, in attempts to escape the fighting and death. After endless days of going through the motions of walking, searching for food, and running from gunshots, they were all separated; Ishmael being
World War II had a big impact in various ways. It not only impacted people who went to the war, but it also impacted their loved one (like their families) too. War may be the worst enemy making happiness degrade to depression or getting themselves suffered. But showing the love of their country and others. American culture changed during World War II.