Saying that he does not deserve this is as if almost to say he did not exist. Hitler deserves his reputation without a doubt, even though Hitler’s reputation is a horrible one, why can’t Alexander receive his, much more it is not a negative one, one that killed a mass of people. Now maybe Alexander did kill many people in his time of reign, but most of those kills were because of war. Hitler’s reason was for an evil hatred of the Jewish community. I think that the idea that he does not deserve his reputation is solely for argument, because some people love the feeling of making other people angry.
Conservative Charles Krauthammer uses parallel structure and figurative language to compare an Obama and Romney presidency. Frank Rich uses diction and ethos to present Romney as a bad person who should not be allowed the presidency. Conservative Ross Douthat’s column talks about the changing demographics of America and how it was part of the reason why the Republicans didn’t win the popular votes. In this column Douthat uses parallel structure by comparing Republicans constituencies and Democratic-leaning constituencies. This establishes ethos because he portrays the Republicans as well-to-do people who go to church regularly while he refers to the Democrats as unchurched and recent immigrants.
Louis Riel and his Métis followers felt threatened by Thomas Scott, an Irish Protestant who was against Métis and Roman Catholics being involved with the Government. He began to spread his views in the Red River. Angered and scared, with Riel’s approval, the Provisional Government arrested Thomas Scott and executed him by firing squad. Both men were hated by many people and were in danger of getting killed. Martin Luther King gave many speeches about racism and how people should not be judged by the colour of their skin, but on the basis of their character.
His catholic family loathed communism, he was taught to hate it as it went against his religion and jeopardised his family’s wealth. Kennedy was surrounded by anti-communists; he had a tight relationship with Senator Joseph McCartney, a close family friend who was responsible for the ‘Red Scare’ of the 1950’s. These relationships further increased his hatred of communism, causing him to become very determined on the containment of it. Kennedy was so eager to fight communism that within his first few days of presidency, he had raised the amount of financial aid given to the South Vietnamese army, hoping they would grow stronger and overthrow Diem, however this was not enough and Kennedy was still threatened by the Domino theory. Kennedy strongly believed in the domino theory, his campaign rhetoric was entirely devoted to foreign policy and the containment of communism.
He also declared that the United States had lost ground in the world not as a result of foreign aggression, but “because of the traitorous actions of those who have been treated so well by this nation.” The corporate-controlled news media also shared the blame for McCarthy's ability to disseminate "great lies." During the Wheeling speech, no reporter asked to examine the list McCarthy held, and it is said that McCarthy himself later joked to members of his inner circle that nothing was on the paper but a reminder to pick up his laundry. Addressing the Ohio County Women's Republican Convention, Senator McCarthy first quoted from Marx, Lenin, and Stalin their stated goal of world conquest and said, "today we are engaged
McCarthy eventually lost much of his power, but due to financial troubles with NBC, See It Now was discontinued. This situation greatly frustrated Murrow, and in 1958, he made a speech at the Radio-Television New Directors Association, where he ordered news and all other broadcasting networks to live up to their potential. He urged network executives to not sacrifice honesty and journalistic integrity for the sake of commercial success. The film also holds significant relevance today for many reasons. For example, the current political era is highly divisive in nature, as both Democrats and Republicans have grown increasingly hostile with one another, in a similar manner as
The cartoon is a remembrance of the 2001 terrorist attack and to commemorate those who died. His cartoon is mocking and also criticizing the current political situation. The two political parties Democratic and Republican, and its’ presidential candidates bicker over everything and are in conflict with each other all the time. They are constantly blaming problems on the other party and criticizing members of the other party. But on the day of 9/11 remembrance, these two parties forgot about their divided opinions and there were no negative campaigns or advertisements against each other that day.
This word was perpetuated by the media and conservative politicians. Such as in 2004, John Howard persuaded a lot of people that refugees were evil ‘queue jumpers’, where people throw their children overboard. However, after he ‘won’ the election, he admitted that he intentionally lied about the ‘children overboard’. Also, Tony Abbot was disorderly loud and disorderly in his election campaign calling: STOP THE BOAT. He recognized that majority of Australians had negative opinions on asylum seekers and therefore made it the top slogan for political gains.
Al Gore’s effort to save the climate was a failure, yet his pride refused to give in. Al Gore disrespected many other political figures and caused disgust throughout America. Many people expressed their disgust towards Gore throughout media. Al Gore’s loss in the presidential election resulted directly from his arrogance and refusal to admit failure. The feeling of superiority in an overbearing manner infected many famous figures throughout history.
Most of the Americans said that the United States should not accept any Syrian refugees into the country in the wake of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, siding with many Republican lawmakers and against the White House on the issue. ("Most Americans Don’t Want U.S. to Accept Any Syrian Refugees: Poll." )But according to the demographics, countries like Germany, for instance, has a rapidly aging population so they are prone to welcome foreigners. ("This Map Helps Explain Why Some European Countries Reject Refugees, and Others Love Them.") However, one of the displeasing fact that happened after accepting the refugees was that the vast majority of sexual offenses were committed by men who were the majority of recent refugees arriving in Germany.