In "Idiot Nation", Michael Moore openly and honestly expresses his feelings about the American system and education. He presents this as an essay, selected from his novel Stupid White Men, in which he submits his arguments as a political activist, concerned about the state of this nation. Moore spends most of his time in this selection, proving the sorry situation of American society. His arguments present a current issue that concerns the country today. He aims at politicians and other leaders to make the audience aware of all the corruptness in office.
After questioning why some of America’s largest corporations still continued to have business with Hitler’s Nazi Germany, he asks a very powerful rhetorical question. “How is one to explain their indifference?” (“Perils” 22) With this question, the audience questions their prior government. Some of the questions that could be running through their minds are how could we have allowed this to continue?, How could America support this horrible action?, etc. As he lists more extremely mind provoking rhetorical questions, he asks one that causes the audience to take a pause and take time to think about their virtues. “Can one possibly view indifference as a virtue?” (“Perails” 7) He is basically asking, how could someone value the characteristic of indifference?
This targets those audience who are against the USs tyrannical suppression . Religion The strictness and futility of religions : Religion is often satirized in the show par- ticularly Christianity. The show often stress on the unwanted rituals and no good to uneven practices of religion. In episode "Homer the heretic" Method used For Satire Satirical names The mayor's name "Diamond" "Joe" Quimby is a satire on his corruption and looting of public money(diamond) and the catchy phrases and slogans used by politicians Joe appeals to the "average Joe". Again the name of a news channel as "Rock Bottom" hints at what type of journalism it practices!
With the president’s continuous, negative decisions stacked against him, Trump has the potential to authorize destructive behavior. Donald Trump has done more harm than good in the presidency; Trump ruined our national representation, is reckless with federal funding, and has demonstrated unconstitutional behavior. To other countries that have outlawed the use of Marijuana, the US has appeared weak. In addition to America’s inferior drug abuse, world leaders look down on the US president. Across the globe, “World leaders have taken their own silent poll on Trump,” and they deemed him “A global liability - not a global leader,” (Robertson 1).
Big Brother, being known as a large yet an infamous figure in the book, 1984 by George Orwell is a neglectful and controlling leader. Big Brother is a lying, manipulative figure who uses fear, war, and the simple minds of its society to brainwash them and force them to follow it and its ways. Using the party, the government is constantly watching people through screens, forcing them to hate the political enemies. Big Brother may be just a political image out of a book, but in the world, there have been, and still are leaders who will take advantage out of the idea that their people are scared. Their people are scared, and in need of guidance so these leaders use the fear and sense of hopelessness and control their people, using lies and faults of these opposing sides.
It is an un-American and evil worldview, which makes Rand’s influence on the Republican party all the more terrifying. House Speaker Paul Ryan has his interns read her work; GOP leaders from Ted Cruz to Ron Paul and Rush Limbaugh sing her praises; the Tea Party Movement, the dominant force among conservatives today, cites Rand as one of its most important philosophers. And her vision is deeply embedded in the policy proposals the GOP puts forward, which if enacted, would eviscerate the American safety net. Since Trump took office, Republicans have proposed laws that would rob 32 million people of health insurance, fund a border wall by drastically reducing poverty programs, and cut $1.8 trillion from Medicare, Medicaid and Obamacare in order to pay for tax cuts for the
This would cause no “star” people and would be a very gloomy place. In the story, Harrison succeeded very fast which caused him to get into trouble for being too powerful and good looking. “Harrison carried three hundred pounds “and “to offset his good looks, the H-G men required that he wears at all times a red rubber ball for a nose” (Vonnegut 1390). This is what the government does to advanced humans. Imagine living in a world like that.
Through a rather basic observation of Obama’s “War on Terror” campaign, one can come to find that the president has completely deconstructed the conflict into a host of euphemisms aimed at misleading the public; hence, it has been labelled “Obama's All Euphemism Foreign Policy” ever since. War and conflict are topics which cause civil unrest due to their negativity and correlation with danger, and therefore, in order to maintain peace and tranquility throughout our beloved nation, Barack Obama utilizes euphemisms to strip the associated language of every bit of its negativity. Rather, it is replaced with intricate, emotionless words aimed at creating a false image of war, as well as a flawed sense of
‘’I will never use words I hate, like the trendy and artificially constructed words "zhe" and "zher." These words are at the vanguard of a post-modern, radical leftist ideology that I detest, and which is, in my professional opinion, frighteningly similar to the Marxist doctrines that killed at least 100 million people in the 20th century.’’ sentences like this has gained a lot of revolt from supporters of the bill. Jordan B Peterson does not really have a problem with the pronouns themselves but much like me he has a problem with language restriction and unnatural language development. Giving the any type of government that much power is a
Mohsin Hamids debut novel captures the frustration and anger of less fortunate in a country where the ruling class is thoroughly corrupt and where the economic gulf is so vast that the wealthy insulate themselves from the rules that bind the rest of society. The present will explore the demonstration of inherent conflict between Air conditioned and non Air conditioned division of Pakistan during nuclear tension between India and Pakistan. This research is also an endeavor to examine how elites of Pakistan enjoys all privileges and do not care for the laws of country as law is a kind of tool for them to oppress down trodden. The rich makes and enjoys the sovereign immunity from the rule, while as poor must follow the same rule and are often considered as scapegoat, who do not posses influential connections, and are continuing and bearing the brunt of inherent socio economic conflict. The most conceptual dependence of the study will be on the social conflict theory which is based on the fundamental core idea of division of society into ruling and subject class were ruling class always exploits and oppresses subject class.