Al-Qaeda, the terrorist group that he founded in the early 1980’s, has been encouraging other minor terrorists to take action, making the world an over-all more dangerous place to live. Among his fellow terrorists, he is a revered hero, but all over the world, he is seen as a villain, a power-hungry monster greedy for power and attention. Because of bin Laden’s treacherous deeds, the United States has lost over 100 billion dollars in revenue, billions more by invading
Also, he fought in many wars with such bravery to prove himself worthy and determined to be known as “The Great”. Finally, the impact and effect he left on his kingdom and he people of his kingdom after the death of Alexander The Great. Here are how alexander was and still should be considered The Great. Macedonia, the kingdom that alexander had power to had that time where it was once weak. Alexander The Great took over the kingdom and raised it to become one of the most powerful empires which wasn’t easy.
Statements like "Our grief has turned to anger, and anger to resolution" evoke strong feelings within each and every person. Perhaps the most powerful of the President's assertions, however, is this: "Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists." This, although it undoubtedly worked well at the time, is still under scrutiny today, and has landed the President in a number of tough situations. That sentence is also a good example of George W. Bush's tone. He is reverent and somber at times, and at others, full of fiery determination.
He was a brilliant ruler that greatly affected Russian society, but many of his cruel decisions left a negative impact on his history. He made sure of maintaining his absolute power by fiercely putting down rebellions and punishing anyone who spoke against him. His cruelty
Erin Peluso Throughout history, Western civilization has remained a super power superior to all other nation because of its ability to overcome adversity. Western influence is viewed as a topic in which many people disagree on because over time it has had so many debatable issues arise. Christopher Columbus and his voyage and discovery of the New World are one of the most popular debates. While some believe that Columbus’s discovery was astounding and had a positive impact on the world forever, others believe that the discovery was nothing more than an act of slavery, and genocide, as well as a waste of natural resources in a new land. In some cases, historians even believe that the discovery should not be credited to Christopher Columbus.
In some parts of the world people from different backgrounds are in genocide. For the way they look, act, and what they wear. Punished or tortured for the name they brand or they cross they carry, or even the book they carry. We have laws to abide by, but fanatic individuals brainwashed by evil create acts of violence that prove that the war is still here and more than real. Just because we are not in the same continent or country as them, they are still are brothers and the hate mongering and hatred acts towards them are a feeling of unhappiness scene al around the world.
By the 1800’s, most people had a feeling of nationalism or intense pride towards one’s homeland. This was one of the reasons that the European nations had so much tension. The Austro-Hungarian Empire and the Serbs was a prime example of this. Austria-Hungary tried to limit the growth of Serbia as much as it possibly could. They annexed Bosnia, purposely, which infuriated Serbia.
Joseph Stalin truly strengthened this nation to become a widely known superpower, although he carried out mass genocide and created a murderous dictatorship. Historians have viewed him in many different ways, including a psychotic power-driven killer, a military and communist genius, and also the man who transformed the Soviet Union into an industrial colossus. Joseph Stalin should have never taken the role of the USSR’s leader. Instead, Trotsky should have been the one to take Lenin’s place, which would have saved the lives of millions. Joseph Stalin put forth many positive attributes to the USSR, however; the only reason this was possible was through his brutal intimidation tactics used on the nation’s
However, the USA’s war on terror has had a negative effect on many countries in the world as well as their own, and their citizens by creating animosity in the international community, causing a downturn in their own economy and their major allies, and ruining their international reputation. War on Terror The War on Terror was a military campaign lead by the USA to destroy terrorist throughout the world. Their largest target being Al-Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden. Other countries that have joined the War on Terror are Japan, Canada, Britain, Australia and Spain. However some countries have pulled out due to terrorist attacks within their own country, which in turn can ruin the USA’s
The face of Criminal Justice and its laws has forever been changed, largely in part due to the KKK. Had Congress and Politicians been able to foresee what effect the KKK would have on the US and set in place measures to stop them before they became powerful, would the hate crimes and hate groups of today be as prominent? There will always be hatred in the world. There will always be people, groups, and organizations that do not agree or accept certain lifestyles, religions, races, and ethnicity. Perhaps though, had the KKK and those that