Mugatu, essentially the villain of the film, tries to brain wash Zoolander by playing the 80s hit by Frankie Goes to Hollywood, “Relax, Don’t Do It” and bombarding him with images alluding to the assassination of the Prime Minister of Mylasia. Having faith in the stupidity and spinelessness of Zoolander’s male model personality, Mugatu hopes to trigger the song during a future fashion show, which will lead to Zoolander to be subliminally taken over and forced to kill the Prime
In the mean time, Raymond Shaw’s brainwashing is tested by the communists and kills the newspaper owner, Mr. Gaines. Raymond’s mother, Eleanor Iselin, is in on this and tries to get political power by taking out whoever stands in her way. She uses her husband as a puppet and he accuses everybody as communists, when Eleanor actually is. Raymond’s brainwashing is tested a few more times before the main affair. During this time, Ben and others platoon members are trying to figure out what is happening.
Modern terrorism came to Ireland in the year of 1919, when Michael Collins took full command of the IRA, and forced a fierce campaign against the British. Michael Collins took control using terrorist tactics such as bombs, murder, ambushes that would aid to fight loyalist protestant police force as well as British Army. Other terrorist tactics of the IRA were kidnapping, killing adversaries at established roadblocks, assassination of government officials, enemy terrorists, Catholics who worked for as compromise, and police officers as well as soldiers (White, 2003). Left wing guerilla ideological terrorism was developed using small groups who terrorize for their own political ideals, these groups imposed their political ideals on others in order to embrace a single cause such as the following anti globalism, animal rights, ecology, abortions, or anarchism. Ideological terrorism develops from theories of revolution that is closely tied to the model of guerilla warfare (Hanson,
A young Dutchman, a communist supporter named Van der Lubbe, was caught at the site with matches and firelighters. Van Der Lubbe was found guilty and executed. Van der Lubbe’s execution was not enough for Hitler; he saw the Reichstag fire as an opportunity to attack communists. Goering and Hitler claimed that the evidence showed that Van der Lubbe was part of a communist conspiracy against the government. Hitler used the Reichstag fire to make President Hindenburg declare a state of emergency.
Eli Betancourt 17 April 2015 Period 7 English 4 Betrayal In the novel of 1984, the central plot is betrayal and control. Orwell explores various kinds of betrayal, including self−betrayal, to heighten the mood of loneliness and alienation in 1984. The government trained young children to betray their parents to indoctrinate them to the Party. Children actually denounced their parents and criminalized strangers. For example, children were going to shoot Winston because they accused him of being a thought criminal and traitor saying, “You’re a traitor; you’re a thought criminal; you’re a Eurasian spy; I’ll shoot and send you to the salt mines.” (Orwell 31) Additionally, betrayal is seen when Winston disclosed his relationship with Julia in which they both were imprisoned and tortured.
Interpretation a written by Chris Harman in 1988 argues that Joseph Stalin was eager to control the Eastern European states, which had just been liberated by the red army. Harman believes that Stalin was looking for mass local support within, which he could gain total control over social life by implementing communist ideology which would give him extending and internal power and influence in managing each individual state. Intimidation and terror raged across Europe between 1944-1945, the Russians murderd, raped and pillaged their way through to Berlin approved by Stalin “if a soldier who has crossed thousands of kilometres through blood, death and fire has fun with a women who takes some trifle” after the initial liberation of these small states such as was not enough to control the people Stalin needed the people to buy into the philosophy of. Chris Harman doesn't illustrate in the interpretation why the Russian’s are doing this, one might propose that Stalin is doing this to promote worldwide communist or maybe to extend his power and empire further beyond the Balkans but there is no evidence of what stains motive is .Chris Harman does however illustrate on how Stalin did it “ The communist leaders set out to build up mass bureaucratically organised parties on the lines of the Stalinist party in Russia’’ as well as the figures for the growth of the communist parties in Poland “30,000 to 300,000 grew from January to April in 1945” and in Czecslovakia “27,000 to 1,569,164” to back up his point about Stalin setting up similar parties as his own back in Russia this is not clear evidence that Stalin wanted to promote communism or just extend power. Chris Harman is a Marxist made clear by the name of his book “Class struggles in Europe” so his opinion is very one sided.
Episode IV of the Star Wars triology takes place within the context of an intergalactic civil war. Because of this wartime context there are elements of heroism throughout, as well as the structuring of good and. evil. In the movie, Princess Lea, a rebel conspirator, steals plans of the Empire's most powerful weapon called the Death Star. She is captured by the tyrannical leader of the Empire, Darth Vador, but before she is taken prisoner, hides the plans in a droid.
Pierce uses this novel to exemplify his beliefs. The Turner Diaries tells the tale of a white supremacist rebel army, the "Organization," that seeks to revolt against the American government and lead social establishments known as the "System," in the year 2099. In the book's fictitious prelude, an unidentified storyteller, speaking in a forthcoming Aryan republic that was once the United States, introduces the diaries of Earl Turner. Turner, the reader discovers, was a soldier and martyr in the "Great Revolution" that overthrew the “System” and began the "New Era" (Pierce,
Southland Tales Brittnie Sosa August 27, 2013 A country in turmoil; only a few short years after America was attacked, we find ourselves engaged in a raging war in the Middle East that started world war three. With all of the citizens afraid of the heightened terror threat, that patriot act is passed which empowered a government big brother organization called USIDent. In the southland of southern California, revolutionary groups known as Neo-marxists start emerging with the intentions of overthrowing the government and USIDent. Boxer Santeros, a famous actor with political ties, becomes a pawn in a neo-marxist scheme to rig the outcome of the presidential election. With the war in the Middle East pressing on, the demand for alternative
The plot of this movie begins with Jones finding out that Nazis are going after a religious chest which contains the Ten Commandments with the motive of trying to hold a great amount of power. Jones then teams up with his former lover, Marion, to try and combat the Nazis and to seize the Ark for them. Jones ends up finding the Ark in a secret chamber underground, but is confronted by the Nazis and they seize the Ark for their keeping. In the end, the power overwhelms the Nazis and they are eliminated by the spirits of the Ark and in turn, Marion and Jones bring the Ark back to the United States where the government stores it away for safekeeping.