If there would have had better training, they would have known the boys were unarmed. Also, police are killing innocent people who are just enjoying their daily lives. Lastly, killing people has become such a trend in America that many people fear to even walk out their
The Avox is also a strong example of both, restricted information and complete surveillance. The Capitol wants to scare people by making the “traitors” live but in a humiliating way. Cutting their tongues and making them slaves sends a message to all citizens of
Instances such as the Freedom Summer, and the Freedom Riders protests were met with deadly consequences as local police alongside with the likes of the Ku Klux Klan carried out false arrests, fatal beatings, instances of arson, and even murder. Naturally as a response to such atrocities, activists sought out differing methods of resolution; many followed the teachings of Martin Luther King Jr., whilst others preferred more violent and radical measures such as that of the Black Panthers organization, of which alongside that of police resistance delayed the advent of the Civil Rights Act as the two parties and other similar counterparts would conflict with the idea of harmony or equality and instead would perpetuate the cycle of civil unrest between law enforcement and that of the general public for generations to come. Since that of the Civil Rights Movement, society as a whole changed. Diversity upon the United States flourished as citizens from various nationalities were now prohibited from being discriminated upon solely on the color of their skin. However like that of society, so did law enforcement change, and with the arms industry following suite, thusly setting
Violence is shown in the film as people who neutralize the government are tortured by the government and sooner or later killed. They are killed as the government thinks that people who do wrong should not be given a second chance as they might redo their wrongs again. Propaganda is illustrated in the film, as there are many posters in the movie that quotes “Strength through unity, Unity through faith”.
There were two groups of people that were also against each other but they decided that they had to join forces because one group did not have food and the other group did not have water because the Spackle destroyed their supply of it. The battle between the two is very damaging to both sides, but in the end neither side wins but they stop fighting and begin to work together. The book ended on a sad note because one of the Spackle was trying to kill the mayor. He thought he saw the mayor but it ended up being Todd who he shot in the chest. Todd’s noise stopped indicating that he had died but the Spackle attempted curing him and his noise would occasionally come back.
The main cause of the riots that took place in Ferguson is the fact that Mike Brown was brutally gunned down by a white police office while he was unarmed and hands up. This angered people and was seen as a modern day lynching. His people wanted to be heard, they wanted what happened to be recognized. In order to be known that the situation will not be left
Cut his throat! Spill his blood!’”(Golding 152). The group Jack managed to control became a mob, so the kids did not have a choice but to follow. This chant, where they scream and mention multiple times in the book shows how heinous humans can be by simply spitting the words killing, cutting, and spilling blood as if it were nothing. The way in which people get too easily influenced is why people nowadays hesitate to stand up for themselves for what is wrong.
Murder? And he practically walks away with a slap on the wrist? This tragedy and many more that followed sparked the movement of national protests and social media hashtags such as #BlackLivesMatter. Police are not being held accountable for their killings of unarmed people of color. Police are also unfairly targeting blacks.
Under the bleachers, the prisoners would be subjected to horrific torture practices and deprived of food, water, and sleep. Often, mock executions would be set up, leaving the other prisoners to wonder whether that person had actually been killed or simply whisked off to exile. Sham trials were also held and they almost always ended in a decree for execution. Each day could be the last for the political prisoners, forcing them to live in a state of perpetual fear of Pinochet's officers. The broader impact of such methodical violence on society is that these actions repress everyone's thoughts of revolt, uprising, or rebellion.
just as the battles were violent the murders committed through the film could be even worse. Macbeth kills the soldiers right in front of everyone, unlike the play were the killing of the guards is not seen by the audience or any other characters. Macbeth decides that he has to kill the guards at the very moment that he is with Lady Macbeth, Macduff and Lennox, instead of doing it off screen or off stage demonstrating the much more violent actions of Macbeth. The decision to keep in the murder of the guards is again to show the violent nature of this interpretation of