“If (the Holocaust) is something like a religion... that in a few years time no one will believe this particular legend anymore. They will say, as I do, that atrocities were committed. Yes, hundreds of thousands of people were killed, but there were no factories of death.” - David Irving (in a recent trial, suggesting Irving was an Anti-Semite, and associate with extremists who promote Neo-Nazism) What this quote is trying to suggest is that the Holocaust (Mass extermination of the Jews) never actually happened. The reliability of this source is poor, because the purpose of this source is Irving looking to promote Nazism, by attempting to disprove the Holocaust. I can also judge the reliability as poor, because I know from other sources and my own knowledge that there were indeed extermination camps.
He didn’t want to lose his title as the best barber in town. The barber was a coward because if he had slaughtered Torres, then he would have saved the lives of many while only taking one. Torres was a man who killed a group of people called ‘rebels’ because of their beliefs of their culture. The barber would have only had to dispatch the Captain to set the lives of all the other rebels free. Take one look at another murderous fiend, Hitler.
Ned moves Edmund’s dead body to an abandoned building that Edmund was involved with and destroys the building with an incendiary device to make it look like an arson job. After the murder, Ned is contacted by Edmund’s lawyer who tells him about a new will that Ned supposedly drew up on Edmund’s behalf, witnessed by Matty’s friend Mary Ann Simpson. Ned was unaware of this fact; Matty had created the new will in Ned’s name. The new will is corruptly prepared that it is claimed null and void, due to a violation of the rule against perpetuities, resulting in Matty receiving the whole fortune. Having completed her wish, Matty attempts to kill Ned and Mary Ann Simpson who helped her carry out the mission so that the case could be closed.
The individuals that were responsible for 911 were the only individuals responsible for 911. It is true that Islamic terrorists have celebrated destroying the Twin Towers, but it doesn’t mean that every Muslim in the United States actually celebrated. Muslims who want this mosque built didn’t fly airplanes into skyscrapers; they don’t support terrorism. By what understanding do we assign guilt to all for the
He betrayed Mr.Bell just for money. German’s asked to Simon where’s Mr.Bell room. He didn’t tell to German’s because he came to know that they wanted to kill him, he didn’t tell them. So, German’s killed Simon. Characters: ▸ Billy: boy who found out who is trying to destroy HD-4.
Although he did kill a few people in the story, he never really wanted to. When he defeated Bonzo and Stilson, he did it so that he would not just win that fight, he’d win all of the fights that they would ever have. He never meant to kill anyone. When he found out that he killed all the buggers he started crying. The IF lied to him and told him that it was just a game when it was not.
They argue that that in no way that the United States was in the right to drop the atomic bombs onto Japan for any reason at all. There were even a few American top military leaders wasn’t cool with using the bombs because they knew that it was of little effect on the war seeing as Japan was trying to surrender. The reason that American political leaders give for the use of the bombs that they had to demonstrate the power that they held by destroying a city. See the whole reason behind dropping the bombs in the first place was to scare Russia from getting involved in the war with Japan and that by showing them the kind of power that they had that they believed that they could get Russians to agree upon their terms in both Europe and Asia. They said that it was to be their master card.
Professor Kagan stated that “People seem to think that only nuclear weapons can thoroughly destroy a civilization, but when the Athenians got through with Melos, they killed all the men and sold all the women and children into slavery. I regard that as sufficiently horrendous an outcome that to speak of worse is pointless.” The fact that he said to speak of worse is pointless boggles my mind. Thinking of worse possibilities is never pointless, I mean isn’t that the reason we all have insurance? To be prepared for those situations that just might happen but usually don’t. For example, my parents have been paying for flood insurance for god knows how many years but not once have had to use it, and who knows if they ever will, but if they decided to stop paying for flood insurance then suddenly one day their house floods it would take
'The Tell Tale Heart' is a story about a man who killed an old man just because he didn't like the way his eyes looked like. The main character speaks about madness as being a gift and not a kid of disability for example in lines 2 - 4 he says: ' but why would you say that I am mad? The disease had sharpened my senses-not destroyed-not dulled them'. This person is trying to persuade us that the disease isn't bad. The mad man killed the old man and then cut him up and put him under the floorboards of the house.
The real motives behind the attacks may never be fully known, but there are a number of theories that deserve consideration. More than likely, the real reasons are probably a combination of these theories rather than a single motive. Most Americans think the terrorist attacks came out of the blue. They think America was busy minding its own business when the bad guys attacked for no reason. This is not true.