It was aimed at gathering weapon and spreading propaganda. The Khmer Rouge regime was extremely brutal. The executed people who could work or make the journey did not go to camp. People who refused to leave were killed and those who didn’t leave fast enough or obey orders were killed too. Most of the population, urban and rural, Khmer Rouge took out their anger and frustration out on the nation Vietnamese
their point is valid they gave them rights and protection then they removed protection they became racist and wanted them out of the government. (Doc D Paragraph One) The Northern Neglect got tired of the freedmen's problems and the ‘carpet-bag government’. They north shifted their attention and their opinion was against Reconstruction policies. (Doc C Paragraph One) They changed their minds and decided they didn't want equal rights after all. “Northern voters grew indifferent to events in the SOuth.” (Doc C Paragraph One) Like I said their points are valid but as the South was active and violent the north published a few articles and ignored.
President Donald Trump is definitely not very happy about these protests, saying that the players are disrespecting our flag and should be suspended or fired. People against these protests also believe that by taking a knee during the anthem the players are disrespecting the military and all of the sacrifices they make for our country. There have been several veterans, though, who have spoken out and said that they agree with and are on the protester’s side. Others say they will never watch the NFL again, because they do not want to support anything disrespecting America. NFL players have the freedom of speech and protest rights so they are able to speak out against
This angered many because participants or supporters of the riots believed a completely different story. The supporters told the media that the riots were the only thing that drew national attention to their needs. People that analyzed the riots also pointed their finger to the “high unemployment, failed education, general racism, alienation in the culture, poor police relations and preparations, and decades of deterioration in the south central neighborhoods of California as the cause of this violence”
The question we all ask ourselves is, Why did Jack the ripper only kill woman? Well, according to Cornwell's theory, Walter Sickert went through rough times when he was a kid. He had to go through a series of painful operations for a fistula of the penis. All of this had scarred him for life and emotionally left him with a hatred towards women. What he went through as a kid can link to the reasons why Jack the ripper had such an obsession with killing woman who were prostitutes.
History refers to this time as the era of the Killing Fields since over two million people died from being overworked, dehumanized, malnourishment, and conducting executions both arbitrary and selective, killing anyone they caught attempting or accidentally breaking even minor rules. Also, when people were to
We have learned that Oliver Cowdery and Emma Smith were very unhappy with Joseph Smith for his involvement with 16 year old Fannie Alger. Cowdery termed it “a dirty nasty filthy business” and eventually left the church over this among other things. We know Joseph Smith violated the word of wisdom until the day he died. He was not wearing temple garments at the time of his death. He killed two people and seriously wounded another at Carthage jail where he was killed himself.
They possessed neither the will nor the capacity to resist an almost inevitable communist victory (Karnow 401). Overall, incompetence and corruption defined the political leadership in Saigon (Logevall 7). Furthermore, the Army of the Republic of Vietnam was dense with alarming rates of desertion (Logevall 15). The credibility of the United States and the reputation of Johnson were both at stake, leaving him with no choice but to Americanize the war (Karnow 402). Additionally, what made this war different was that the Vietnamese Communists would risk total annihilation rather than succumb to capitalism (Karnow 412).
Participants were incentivized by money, food, and land to partake in the killings. In “A Short History of the Rwandan Genocide”, it discusses how the Interahamwe (an anti-Tutsi youth organization established by Hutu extremists) established identification card checking roadblocks that would kill Tutsis on sight. Following this, Hutu extremists killed anyone in office that was Tutsi or a Hutu moderate, and assembled groups to go door to door killing Tutsis (Rosenberg). Many were tortured before being killed. Tutsi women were raped, possibly kept as sex slaves, defiled, tortured, and killed.
While this was taking place, the assembly were in session at the palace of Versailles. They urged the king to withdraw the troops as this might appease the rebels, but Louis was hesitant and resisted. He knew that the significant presence and the large number of the army could crush this revolt, however his will was weak and he did back down and the army were pulled back. This moment is a clear display of Louis's loss of power. He had lost any shred of authority he had left by giving in.