Hitler first proved to be dangerous when he set up the SA (brownshirts) they used violence against the voters to intimidate them so that they would vote for the Nazi party. To deal with political opponents he ransacked houses and used the Gestapo to hunt down anyone who was against him. He created a nation of terrified people, waiting on his every demand. The violence resulted in him winning the election and soon after his plan to manipulate German started. This proves that he was dangerous, because he injured many innocent voters to get what he wanted.
Macbeth seems like an even worse person after he kills Macduff’s family for no apparent reason. Macduff has some real hatred for Macbeth, on 143 he says “Not in the legions of horrid hell can come a devil more damned in evils to top Macbeth.” Macduff is not bloodthirsty, he just wants revenge. Because of Macduff there is a strong protagonist to fight against Macbeth. Duncan and Banquo are killed so Macduff takes their place as “the good guy”. Another comparison that is made to Macbeth is with Duncan, the old king.
5 of pdf). Moss’ thoughts emphasize how much horror and corruption is caused by the greed for money; a third party attempted to ambush the drug trade, which resulted in a shootout brutally killing several drug dealers. Thus, due to the greed, there was a transaction of illegal drugs which lead to numerous deaths. Moss’ greed influences him to steal the drug money, only to put him and his
| “The Ministry of Peace wages war” pg3 | I can only assume that proles are the ones fighting in these endless wars. They're the only ones that believe and love their corrupt government. | “The Ministry of Truth conducts propaganda and historical revisionism” pg3 | Working in the Ministry of Truth has to be the worst because they force their employees to lie both to themselves and to the rest of the people. | “The Ministry of Love is the center of the Party's operations of torture and punishment." | To the proles, it's like any other jail/prison but, for the people between the Party & proles, it become a transformation center to turn them all into brainwashed zombies.
Corrupt idealistic governments, assembled individual men like pawns and threw them into trenches of hell with their enemies. All for the sake of political gain and false patriotism, the Great War robbed a generation of men of their freedom and future. Today individuals involve themselves in a perpetual conflict against powers outside of their control: technology, death, social convention,
His school was names Metaphysico-theologo-cosmolo-nigology, and it prods at Pangloss’s verbal feats and suggests how stupid Voltaire belives such idle thinkers to be. 2. The army is full of menacing and cruel men, who causes pain and suffering. Very influential members of the nobility start wars, but common soldiers reap the consequences. No side of the conflict is better than the other, and they both engage in rape, murder, and destruction to each other.
Is Macbeth a cold-hearted, brutal traitor? Or is he an innocent victim, forced into the sinful act of murder? Macbeth starts off as a humble, loyal subject to the King, but greed led him to doing unimaginable, acts of cruelty. He became a blood-thirsty tyrant, with no limits, and unable to stop. He didn’t want to take the killing path but Lady Macbeth cunningly persuaded him, and hooked him to the taste of blood.
Out of resentment for wealthy people, he commits crimes in order to create chaos against his victims. His deeds force his family to move constantly. William Faulkner characterizes Abner by his cold-hearted actions, and his unchanging personality, to help us as students better understand this antagonist. William Faulkner characterizes Abner Snopes as an unemotional, evil character. His cold-hearted actions leave him and his family no choice but to move around constantly.
Great guns, General Zaroff, what you speak of is murder”(Conell). The statement shows that Rainsford thoughts on hunting are beginning to change. It changes even more when Rainsford becomes the hunted and begins to realize how the animal feels. Rainsford now must stop the general to save the lives of many in the future. Rainsford in the beginning had no sympathy for the hunted and seemed like a cruel man.
These terrorists do not see an innocent man sitting before them, they see an instrument capable of effectively communicating the depth of pain they feel by indifferently expending the life of Captain John Dawson, as well as an instrument publicizing to the other Jews The Movement is fighting back their anger, pain, and hatred for the people who wronged them. He is only a body to be sacrificed as a physical representation of their pain. Hitler’s hate killed millions of innocent lives forcing many people to lose their innocence because their lives were thrust into the unfortunate reality of inequality, antipathy, and injustice. His pathological hatred of Jews has resulted in a ripple effect that has led to the