The issue is that these men are affecting the others in society with their malicious ideals, notably the harmless women of this nation. Extracting all the secrets from them, the homosexuals cause women to begin to hate the men that may have only abused them once or twice, just so they can have them to themselves. How shameless can one get? Homosexuality is a problem both sexually and religiously. The bible- the religious book that all Americans follow- clearly stated that those who engage in such a sin as falling in love with the wrong person will be condemned to eternal hell.
Despite the fact that the film – and the graphic novel upon which it is based – challenge the traditional view of superhero fantasy with a more cold and nihilistic outlook, specifically within the characters of Rorschach and The Comedian, it also glorifies the deviant vigilante modus operandi to a certain degree. Deviance, from a sociological perspective, is defined as any behavior that violates cultural norms and evokes negative reactions and social sanctions from others, regardless of whether the deviant behavior is illegal or not. As such, there is a considerable amount of variance in the severity of any deviance as seen by society. The deviance portrayed in Watchmen is most often of the illegal variety, encompassing violence and murder, various types of property crime, and rape amongst others. As such it was often quite easy to determine when an act was deviant and an extremely selective definition of deviance was not necessary.
Many individuals fear that if they pour out their inner most feelings, they are left vulnerable and exposed to being judged by others. Many music artists undermine this idea, however, because they suggest that being different is an acceptable value. The rap group Immortal Technique illustrates the deep feelings of animosity we all have towards certain subjects. People consider Immortal Technique a notorious group because they depict the evil in humanity through their expertly crafted lyrics. Considered their masterpiece, the song Dance With The Devil is a five-minute rap that describes a young man named Billy Jacobs who spirals into a world of drugs and violence due to the world’s corruptive atmosphere.
Everyone in the world agrees that the action of Adolf Hitler in the Holocaust was an abomination and inexcusable. Many people see Adolf Hitler himself as a devil, so why would anyone except religious inspired violence. The Holocaust is the most known incident but there are numerous religious inspired acts of torture and execution. All of which are just as wrong, evil and inexcusable as the Holocaust. Issue #2-War is always a last resort; the lives of many people are lost in wars.
An example of Stupidity would be to go along with whatever the media or anyone tells you. If you don’t question anything, or go along with everything you hear, you’re taking part of the biggest Satanic Sin. Also, Satanist cannot afford to be stupid they have to learn to see through the tricks, which is why stupidity is the number one Satanic Sin out of the nine. The second Satanic Sin is Pretentiousness. Which would be making yourself feel more important than others even if it’s not true.
Torture is inhumane and should be illegal The act of torture is cruel, degrading, and inhumane. Torture has tremendous negative physical effects on human body, the act of torture involves unimaginable amounts of physical and mental pain that no one should have to endure. Torture is harmful to the mind. Torture is ineffective, unreliable, and may not yield positive results. Torture is illegal is the majority of the world and immoral to most cultures.
For example Brabantio says to Othello “You’re something to fear, not to love. It’s obvious to everyone that you’ve tricked her, drugged her, or kidnapped her… Arrest this man as a practitioner of black magic”. Othello can’t be with Desdemona because he is not of the same skin color according to Brabantio. His race has a great amount of influence on how people see Othello. The way Iago and Brabantio see him as a witch or a beast.
As the storm approaches around him, King Lear goes mad, tortured by the pain of the turn his life has received. The madness is the understandable reaction to a life that has no meaning or purpose. Mad can also be used to describe upset and deranged. People seen King Lear this way quite often but some didn’t understand why. My mom has always said “For every action, there is a reaction.” I believe that all the “madness” that is going on is all for a reason.
No matter where evil comes from, it is a very strong and dark force that only causes destruction, depression, and fear. The thought of evil being a satanic power such as the devil seems true at first, but not very possible for all cases. When we think of “evil people”, we think of serial killers, criminals, and murders. If all evil people were religious then the idea of the devil coming into play would make sense. But obviously some, if not most evil people are not religious.
Dimmesdale, however, as the town minister, wears his own scarlet “A” burned upon his flesh, since it is the community's rage he fears the most. Chillingworth sees the “A” as a quest for revenge to find the adulterer. Chillingworth's misshapen body reflects (or symbolizes) the anger in his soul, which builds as the novel progresses, similar to the way Dimmesdale's illness reveals his inner turmoil. The “A” also stands for "Angel" when it is seen in the sky on the night when Hester and Dimmesdale are standing on the scaffold together. One of the most complex and misunderstood characters in the novel is Pearl, the daughter of Hester Prynne.