I am writing this letter regarding the issues of live cattle export published in the age's education section issues. The writer's contention is telling the reader about the live export trade from Indonesia and cruelty to Australian cattle being harmed in Indonesia and being exported. The writer also explains to the reader about how this is done and how these animals are being harmed. My contention of this issue is that I think that live export trade should not happen as it is putting too much harm and stress on the cattle. In my opinion I think live cattle export should stop, it is just a bad image for Indonesia.
They brought gentlemen, rich men that didn’t work with their hands, and they wanted other people to build their houses and hunt for their food (Doc C). It got to the point when John Smith told them to hunt for their own food or starve. They also only brought two medical people, so they didn’t have enough people to cure all the sickness and people died (Doc C and E). The colonists did not have a very good relationship with the natives. In 1606, Francis West and his crew went to get grain for the settlers from natives that haven’t seen the colonists (Doc D).
They looked at the natural resources as a privately owned commodity. With their newly owned land, the colonists began to evict the Indians. Domesticated animals began showing up as well as fences while forests came down. Trade routes began popping up and the land began to become over populated with freely roaming New World animals. This new changes affected the Indian life in unexpected ways.
Summary of the Time Period, Author’s Focus, and Purpose In the article “The Labor Problem at Jamestown, 1607-18,” written by Edmund S. Morgan, Jamestown had a major problem with labor. The citizens of Jamestown were lazy and wouldn’t work for their food, because their only intention was to look for gold. They’d rather play games than work in the field. It wasn’t until John Smith made them plant corn and force them to do labor for six hours before the citizens put their butt into gear. Eventually, the citizens grew tired of this and forced Indians to do their labor for them.
Since the ranchers trusted their foremen, most ranchers did not stay on their ranch except during shipping season. Foremen would find new born cattle and brand them with their own brand on their rancher’s property. The Northern Wyoming Farmers and Stock Growers Association (NWFSGA) was created out of anger from the rustlers, and tried to kill the seventy rustlers that they identified in Johnson County. The small compilation of rustling ended up in bloodshed. On April 9, 1892, NWFSGA members surrounded a cabin at the KC Ranch looking for Nate Champion.
This source tell us that the Irish believed the English Protestants had no reason to be in Ireland and the only reason they were there was as an oppressive power. It also says they trampled on their rights and liberties meaning they took advantage of the Irish by charging them unfair rent and not paying them for improvements they made to the land. For example if they built a fence the landlord would not pay them even though it was needed to prevent the animals escaping. It then states ‘the real owners of the soil were removed to make room for cattle’. This tells us the Irish believe they own the soil because it was theirs before the English invaded.
The English believed that the Native Americans were not making the land yield enough fruit and this perceived shortcoming caused the natives to forfeit their right to the land. From this mindset the English decided that they would not make slaves of the Indians but give the Native Americans an “opportunity to work, to pay taxes to the commonweal, to become Christian, and to learn how to make the land more productive-so that they would ultimately be better off than they were before (p. 36).” Despite the “Christian- sentiments” of the colonists, cruelty in colonial America raged. After failing to cultivate the land properly, the English colonists were desperate for food. Although they could have traded with the natives for food, “President” John Smith decided that the colonists would go into the native villages and take the
CD Docs The opinion towards England changed from America admiring them and following them blindly to genuinely not caring. They were very angry with the war and not being reimbursed and the taxes. Franklin says that England will have to use weapons and military force in order to get America to start paying taxes. Their attitude says that they would rather wear ratty, old clothes until they can learn how to make their own rather than pay extra taxes on clothes made in England. Dickenson wrote everything as “a farmer” so people could see he was normal, just like them.
Edgar Espana Kara Lybarger-Monson English MO1B February 29, 2012 Questioning Ones Power In T.C. Boyle’s novel When the Killings Done, Dave LaJoy the so-called animal lover and animal rights activist, who by the way hates humans, faces-off with Alma Boyd Takesue, the real animal lover that is trying to restore “Eden” to the way it was before being infested by rats and feral pigs. Both Alma and Dave are interested in animal rights but have different ways in doing so, Alma even though she’d rather not kill anything has to eliminate animals from Eden because she is dedicated to preserving the species unique to Eden’s environment and Dave, on the other hand, is on a determined mission to “save animals” even though the way he goes
The beef industry won’t ever do that because it would slow the cattle’s growth and it will hurt the company’s profit. E. coli has also spread to other foods from the run off that is made by the production of corn-fed beef. In the past ten years leafy foods like spinach have been recalled because the beef industry couldn’t keep its E. coli to