* Greater Keller people free inner Hornerites who then attack the outer Hornerites * The “Creator” stops all the violence and from the parts of all the inner and outer hornerites he constructs 15 new beings entirely, except he reframed from using Phil’s parts, who were put up on display and labeled as a monster. Progression of Genocide * Stage one- outer Hornerites resent inner hornerites because they live on outer Horner land * Stage two- Phil nudges the sheep-like people of Outer Horner to impose ridiculous taxes upon the people of Inner Horner * Stage three- Inner Horner People cannot pay the ridiculous taxes as Phil already knew * Stage four- everything of value was taken from the residents of Inner Horner, leaving them waterless, foodless, and landless * Stage five- first bout of violence occurs when residents of Outer Horner try to take the clothes of the people of Inner Horner as taxes * Stage six- Phil finds people able to forcefully obtain the tax items without being resisted * Stage seven- the clothes of the people of Inner Horner are
refusal to join the red army or those who attempted to resist grain requisition. In fact by the time of Lenin’s death an estimated 250,000 opponents had been ‘liquidated’. Furthermore War Communism was a brutal, drastic economic change introduced by the Bolsheviks. All private trade was banned, grain surpluses were seized from peasants and the Nationalisation of industry. They used terror slave labour and seizure of goods, and anyone found to be hiding grain was shot.
He hated the Irish with a passion, largely because the vast majority of Irish people were Catholics, and he wanted to exact revenge on the Irish for a massacre of English Protestants that had occurred in Ireland 1641. Over the course of the campaign, Cromwell's eagerness to beat the Irish into submission became apparent. The two great confrontations of the Irish War were the siege of Drogheda in September 1649 and the siege of Wexford in October of the same year. Both battles ended in a frenzy of brutality, as Cromwell's army slaughtered Irish civilians and soldiers alike. At Wexford, over 2,000 people were killed inside the city after nine days of bloody resistance to the English siege.
However, this was only meant to be used in extreme situations. The Republic's first president (Freidrich) Ebert employed that rule no fewer than 136 times. He deposed legitimately elected governments in Saxony and Thuringia when they threatened, in his view to forment disorder. However, it got even worse, during the 1920 civil war in the Ruhr he issued a backdated decree applying the death penalty to public-order offenses and retrospectively legitimizing many of the summery executions that had already been carried out on members of the Red Army by units of the Free Corps and the regular army. -There were virtually no effective safe-guards against an abuse of Article 48, since the President could threaten to use the power given him by
It had pumpkins around it and a gargantuan part of the tree broke of! And out popped a headless hessian horseman soldier and he was on his fierce horse! Then he killed them without them say anything and then put pumpkins on their heads! After he went to the village to kill every adult and children in his sight. Next he got there and terrorized the village.
Joseph Stalin’s killing spree started in the 1930’s with a Great Purge of the communist party. Those targeted were deported, executed or sent to the Gulag Labour Camps. By 1937 all the original members of Lenin’s cabinet who had not died of natural causes before the purge, were executed. At least 1 million people were killed for political offences. Mass operations of the NKVD (The secret police) targeted foreign ethnicities such as Poles, Germans and Koreans.
Some felt that other countries were progressing at a faster pace and the Tsar should embrace their way of thinking. Dissatisfaction with the autocracy climaxed following the Bloody Sunday massacre in 1905 where workers had their pleas for equality rejected as the Tsars troops shot hundreds of unarmed protesters resulting in huge national turmoil. Father Gapon described the scene “The crowd first knelt and then lay flat down, hiding their heads from the rain of bullets…at last the firing ceased. I stood up with a few others who remained uninjured and looked down at the bodies that lay around me…I saw the scarlet stain of blood upon the snow…horror crept into my heart. The thought flashed through my mind: “This is the work of our Little Father, the Tsar.
Animal Farm 1954 – Movie Analysis Animal Farm, produced by Halas and Batchelor in 1954 was adapted from George Orwell’s novel which entitled the same name. The animated film centered on animal’s reign over themselves after they had overthrown their drunken master, Mr. Jones. The revolution began shortly after Old Major’s speech before he collapsed in the middle of the “Beast of England” song. His words were so powerful that the animals dared to rebel against their master after they were left unfed for one day since Mr. Jones was badly drunk. They destroyed everything that was used by Mr. Jones to torture them and changed the farm’s name from Manor Farm to Animal Farm.
People were starving, the Kaiser had fled to Holland and people hated the government for signing the armistice in November 1918 - they called them the November criminals. Bands of soldiers called Freikorps refused to disband and formed private armies. It was not a good start for the Republic. There was continuous violence and unrest: • In March 1920, there was a rebellion - the Kapp Putsch - that aimed to set up a new government as the rebels were angry at them for signing the Treaty of Versailles. • Nationalist terror groups assassinated 356 government politicians.
Germany between 1918-1919 was in chaos, people were starving, the Kaiser had fled, Bands of soldiers called ‘Freikorps’ refused to disband and formed private armies. In March, 1920, there was a rebellion – The Kapp Putsch. Their arm was to set up a new government as the rebels were angry at them for signing the Treaty of Versailles. The right-wing nationalist Dr Wolfgang Kapp took over Berlin. Nationalist terror groups assassinated 356 government politicians.