For instance, Macbeth claims he teaches “bloody instructions” that go on to “plague the inventor” (26-27). This quote illustrates that it is the illegal act that will eventually come back around to the one who committed the crime. Also, the language used is not literal because one cannot teach bloody instructions, instructions can be taught, but are not usually written in blood. Another example is when Macbeth reveals that due to Duncan being such a benevolent ruler his “virtues will plead like angels trumpet-tongued against” his murder and will convince the angelic creatures to tell everyone who the murderer is. Macbeth is worried that all stated previously will come to pass, however it is not accurate.
And the possibility of not choosing the way of God was God’s way of dooming people. With this in mind and comparing the Nazi German soldiers who were under the command of Adolf Hitler who became judges, jury and executioners. One can assume that the Grand Inquisitor is right and people must be deprived from their free will in order to prevent a situation like the Holocaust from happening in the first place. Nevertheless and paradoxically enough if we analyze the Spanish Inquisitors behavior was as vicious and bloody as the Nazis, which makes one question the validity of The Grand Inquisitors point of view. But even after these brutal forms of imprisonment, punish and dehumanization that was lived both by the prisoners, and Jesus in the poem.
On November 21st, 1945, he said, “I have been tricked and trapped by the Himmler murder machine, even when I tried to put a check on it…Let us explain our position to the world, so that at least er won’t die under this awful burden of shame.” When Fritzche says this, you can see that what he is trying to say is that Heinrich Himmler, a German leader and chief of the SS (Nazi special police force) and the Gestapo, tricked and trapped him. He also says that he should explain his position to the world so that at least he would not die under the “awful burden of shame.” One of his crimes was that radio broadcasts included strong Nazi propaganda. In the end, he was released by the IMT (International Military Tribunal: court carried together by the victorious Allied governments.
Seeds of Hatred Bloomed “In my will it will one day be written that nothing is to be engraved on my tombstone but ‘Adolf Hitler.’ I shall create my own title for myself in my name itself”-Adolf Hitler. Hitler’s actions during World War II fulfilled his words. His name brings memories of totalitarian dictatorship, cruel torture, and mass murder of millions of innocent people, Germans and Jews alike.
They were not allowed to cry, had to be flexible, be good and obedient. Most of all they had to remain silent and not express any feelings or opinions. They did not trust the outside world or new people. This habit of distrust was detrimental in their lives of adapting to life after the war. The need to be silent has held back their ability to promote themselves in the work force and become successful because they are afraid of being too visible.
For the Nazis to kill six million there had to be a good effective plan that is organized correctly and followed accordingly. The Final Solution was actually a really good plan ,although it was wretched and a disgrace to the human mind. The Final Solution was actually a distraction to the Nazis during World War II making them use soldiers and equipment to control and kill a mass of people. If the Nazis never focused on the Final Solution and did not begin it until after World War II the Nazis could have won World War II and Hitler could have Succeeded in his plans to wipe out the Jewish
So many times in the past human science experiments have gone wrong. During World War II, the Nazis would do science experiments on their prisoners, sometimes torturing them for fun. Also to test things they would do during the war. The stuff scientist have put into humans are not good for the body and does very bad things to you.
He had also caused the second world war as well as orchestrating the Holocaust, the genocide that had caused the death of millions of Jewish people. Hitler was raised in a humble family and quickly rose to power by targeting things that people in Germany, at that time, had disapproved of, such as the Treaty of Versailles. This treaty was created as a result of the first world war and forced Germany to give up land and give reparations for damages caused by the war even though Germany had not caused the war. Instead, the assassination of an archduke of Austria by a Bosnian Serb caused the world war. As many people expected, the German people were infuriated by this injustice.
During the Holocaust millions of people were killed by the Nazis because they were not the ideal race. The Nuremberg Trials were held in Nuremberg, Germany. The judges of the trials were from Great Britain, the Soviet Union, the United States, and France. These trials were held to bring justice to all the lives lost during World War two. After the Holocaust, the Nuremberg Trials were held to bring justice to Nazi officials, Industrialists, but failed to punish those who escaped.
These thoughts along with others couldn’t escape my mind as I was reading this. This quote also acts as a lesson. People aren’t always the way they seem. It only takes a small mask to cover the face of a monster. I can tell this quote is very significant to the book because this is a real
Genocide became the word to describe the horrific killing of millions in 1933 when Hitler came to power. The Nazis viewed Jews as evil and wanted nothing to do with them. At first it was just giving them a hard time and making their life rough, but soon it evolved into something nobody could describe at that moment. By 1939, about six million Jews were slaughtered by Nazis. Hitler was taking his power way beyond the limits.
Milgram says that obedience is caused by the shift of responsibility. A person will say that they were just following orders. The consequences should then not apply to them because it was not their fault. Could it be possible, that a person decides to hurt another person because of evil nature? Freud believed a person acts out aggression, because of a human’s animalistic instinct.
People have always had an overwhelming desire to be accepted by others, and will even adopt the morals of their peers in order to conform to society. In the story “The Lottery,” Shirley Jackson depicts the danger of ignorance and the extent in which it influences society. Not only is this applicable to the story, but is also relevant to the real world and historical events such as witch hunts. In the short story “The Lottery,” a group of villagers join together each year for their tradition.
Title (psychology #7) In the Abu Ghraib Torture and the Milgram experiment even though they had different reasoning behind it, the same concept is behind it. The obedience to authority people tend to have is either to obey or disobey authority and do what they think is right. In both this situation many people decided to obey authority and break their morals.