In both Night and Hotel Rwanda there were mass killings that were more than 800,000 deaths. The first similarity that was in the movie and the book is that there were mass killings. Not only did the Hutu people kill the Tutsi people but the Nazis’ killed the Jews’. The mass killings were well over 500,000 deaths. In the Holocaust, there were 5.59-5.86 million and in the Rwanda Genocide there were 800,000 and 1,000,000 which could be as high as 20% of their population.
Senid Hakic Professor Shattuck English 099 11/07/12 “Hotel Rwanda” In the movie “Hotel Rwanda “ all the characters were helping each other, but there’s always that one character that sticks out the most and wants to do more. Paul’s the character that helped out the most so everyone can survive genocide. Paul had the resources to make sure everyone would make it safe and no one would get left behind. “Hotel Rwanda” was about how two different kinds of people are fighting against each other because the Hutus are trying to say one of the Tutsis killed their president. Then it all started a war and everything started going downwards and many people were getting killed even if they didn’t do anything.
Murray Federal Building October 19, 2012 The Murrah federal bombing was the most vicious attack on American land until the September 11, 2001 attacks. The bombing took place in downtown Oklahoma City in the spring of 1995. The bombing took 168 lives, which included children that were under the age of 6 and it injured more than 680 people in total. Due to the blast around 324 buildings were destroyed and 86 cars were burned. The bomb cost a near $650 million dollars worth of damage.
I chose this quote because it tells us that killing animals happens faster than someone gathering knowledge. Next, this book relates to society because many animals in the world are becoming endangered today. An example of this is the Bonobos from the book. Also, there are many problems in the world today just like the war in Congo. Around the world there are Army’s like the one in this book, that do not care what they are shooting at or killing, even if it is a poor animal that has done nothing wrong.
The inquiry chaired by Dame Janet Smith has determined that Harold Shipman unlawfully killed 215 patients, and in a further 45 there were reasons for being concerned about the true cause of death.1 A statistical analysis gives a figure of 236.2 The first definite killing was in March 1975; the last was in June 1998. On average, there were around 10 killings a year, but the number was highly variable. Between 1990 and 1993 he killed only 3 people, but in 1996 he killed at least 30, and in 1997 at least 37, a rate of one killing every ten days. Yet even then, no concerns were raised officially until a courageous doctor from a neighbouring practice, together with her partners, began to think the unthinkable. In March 1998, by which time he had already killed well over 200 people, a police investigation was begun—but quickly abandoned.
The Two Gorillas/Monkeys There once lived 2 Gorillas in Wrasman Land. Both gorillas had jobs at the monkey mine in Papaya Land, where they mined bananas. They were good friends and both loved to drink fine wines and would spend all their money on alcohol on payday. One day, both monkeys came to the point where their wives divorced them and took what little money was left in their bank accounts. The first monkey, Ming, decided that this could not continue and started to change his style of life.
Secretaries, businessmen, mothers and fathers. Thousands of lives were suddenly ended by despicable acts of terror. Most Americans remember where they were when the series of malicious events occurring, and the feeling of shock they had when it was first heard on the news. On that day most citizens were scared for their lives and the lives of loved ones involved in the attack. It wasn’t until three or four years later people started to ask questions about who was behind the events.
The monsters soon slipped though the door and silently killed thirty men and ran with there bodies while the was dripping. When the sun rose, they saw how well the demons worked and broke into tears. A Prince was upset about the lost of his friends and companions knowing that same demon broke the followers apart. Grendel was so powerful when he fought he won against many.
U.S. forces had fifty four killed and 425 wounded in the initial invasion in November. By December 23, when the operation was officially concluded, the casualty number had risen to 95 killed and 560 wounded. Estimates of insurgent casualties are complicated by lack of official figures. Most estimates places the number of insurgents killed around 1,200 to 1,500 with some estimations as high as over 2,000 killed. Fallujah once known as the City of Mosques, had 60 of it’s over 200 mosques destroyed.
Infectious diseases are those that are amongst many in society that are killing thousands of people. “Infectious diseases kill thousands: Ontario study,” is an article found in the Metro newspaper published on December 14, 2010. This article presents a study on various top diseases that kill people every year. Within the article the reader is presented with the different types of diseases and the number of deaths resulting from these diseases, the purpose of this study and the solution for these occurrences. As members of society, one hears about the various diseases that occur amongst people around us.