There are people to blame for my cities downfall. Due to all the stealing that was going on in council has caused a large deficit. In recent years this has been the cause of the depressing state my city is in. its ruined state of minds so bad to the point we don’t believe in ourselves as much. Also the lack of teacher & student relations has even ruined my generation we feel as though there’s no one to fight for us.
Everyday people stand by and stare as an innocent person is picked apart by the harsh words or tainted comments that are thrown at them by this so called “bully”. Although we wish we could do something we feel weak and think that leaving and not looking back will stop making us feel guilty. This is not true as the person’s suffering continues making them feel more alone than ever before. They watched their only chance walk away with no remorse or consideration of what’s really going on or how they feel. Whether they are being physically, emotionally or sexually abused you’re still responsible for doing nothing about it.
The riots would give them something to shout out their feelings towards the police and show their anger. This shows that they feel they are not getting justice resulted in causing a scene of violence and people lives were lost and many injury. The relationships within communities prove how different they are between the police and the people. The riots proved to everyone that nobody had respect for one another proving a dispute of riots and causing harm to one another. It is something to get their angry out on each other showing how they are not listening to one another, and not getting anywhere as the rioters felt unfairness and empowered by the police.
This action leads to him being considered a tragic hero. Creon’s human flaw of arrogance causes him to ignore reasoning and advice and listen only to his own thoughts. He states, "My voice is the one voice giving orders in this city". He is afraid to go back on his word because it will hurt his pride and he is afraid that it will cause him to lose power with his subjects. This action causes him to lose everyone that he loves.
What outrages you? Judging people and prejudice outrages me most. Not only prejudice pertaining to ethnic background, but also prejudice in the way of being smaller is better, nerds are loser and etc. I cannot stand to see another person being picked on because of the way they look or act. I believe that no one has the right to judge the person on the right or to the left of you.
Boo does not act like a normal person. Being too bizarre and strange for your environment is just as bad as staying out of sight and cutting off contact with everyone else because then people will gossip and rumor about your life to compensate for not knowing. This is shown in the case of Boo Radley. Just because Boo wanted to be left alone and not be bothered he became the focal point for all the rumors and the gossip of the town. Children speculate and fabricate ideas as well as the adults do about Boo.
To everyone I wasn’t following the norm of an Asian person so they look at me with a little hate. I felt like there was a little discrimination against me from the teacher. They didn’t say anything to me but it’s just one of those things where you can just see it in their eyes and in their action. When it came to other student they were more friendly and willing to help but when it came to me it was the cold shoulder. Now when I was out of school I was targeted by gang member and cops for the way I was dressing.
As of today, religious discrimination has increased over the years especially towards the Muslims who usually get harassed at work due to the way they dress and also disrupt their job opportunities. Some also despise uslims because they believe the religion is violent in relation to the notorious Al-Qaida led by the assassinated religious extremist, Osama Bin Laden. The legacy of this notorious group has affected innocent American Muslims and the way they are seen in the society. In some communities, it is rare to find a mosque which should not be so. We are all one, and have no right whatsoever to inflict judgment on a fellow man because of their religion or what they believe
Stuck in a sense of knowing I was going to a country where they hated us, the people loathed what Americans stood for and thought we were hate mongers for bringing this war into their sacred homeland. This didn’t compute in my brain at first and I honestly did not know how to deal with this rut I was mentally digging myself into. I turned back to what I knew best and I listened. We interacted with locals to obtain information and to let them know we weren’t there to cause havoc and destruction. We were there to combat a force that infringed upon their human