Okay, first of all, they weren't just "locked up." They were murdered in what is arguably the largest genocides in history. And actually it was planned to be very violent because Germany confiscated all Jewish lands and property. The process of locating and capturing them was very methodical. And what were they going to do with the displaced? Kill them, obviously, because the Jews a) as the Germans believed, were poison to the Aryan world and b) were defenseless and literally had nothing anymore.
And when I asked "What about Nazi Germany and the Holocaust?" I meant that the only action was to go to war with Germany to make them stop. Like I said, "Do you think we could have talked Hitler out of genocide?" Could we talk him out of changing the momentum of what he already had done? No, he was on such a power trip...much like Gaddafi in Libya today.
Well, the holocaust was not meant to become violent. the jewish people were just scapegoats, which means that they were just being blamed without proff bassically. The reason the jews were locked up is because Hitler made it so people wouldn't speak out, and hitler got the power he needed, just because he thought that it was a jews fault that they lost the great war that was fought in germany, and convincing the others was easy.
I might volunteer, but it would have to be a very quite spot like a library because I cannot focus with a lot of noise going on around me. I have a teacher for my first period, and all my teacher does is read a book called :7 Habits Of Highly Effective Teens," which does not help at all. The sad part is that my teacher is teaching Social Skills that period.
I also think you should volunteer! I bet if you ask one of your favorite teachers for advice, they'll help you out, too =)
Still neve heard of a soup kitchen, the other people that I don't normally talk to in my classes are all not talked to because they act like they want t oget everyone's attention, and that just means they are ignored all the time(that and the fact that they are mostly all ***********). I don't enjoy going for walks when it is sunny or just not rainy, I rather the rain or snow to the sun, because when I go into the sun, it basically drains me of all energy inside and outside of me, and then gives me a major headache.
Oh my, Cleverbot sure is classy~
Whoops, I meant soup kitchen. ^^;
Other than those suggestions I don't know what to tell you. Maybe try talking to people you normally don't talk to in your classes? Or going for a stroll when it's nicer and starting up conversations with neighbors that are outside?
But the holocaust did and was violent. Do you think we could have talked Hitler out of genocide?
How smart would this survey be if it were a person???
ever heard of cleverbot?? that is smarter than this survey would be.
You just gave me a brilliant idea. :D Wait for it...
but I am not smart enough to do 5x22+ 392q23
I thought that EVERYBODY could do that one... we all know that the answer to that one is "pineapple," except on Sundays, in which it is "antelope."
never mind, only took me an hour
well then, how do you think they write treaties after war, they have to talk. if they didn't talk, then no war would end.
The holocaust was just against the nazi's. if the nazi's and holocaust never got violent, then they would have never had to get into violence.
violence is never needed,it is just brought apon the people by themselves. is I don't punch my friend in the face, chances are my friend won't punch me in the face. if britain never declined to give america there independence and then send over thousands of thier soldiers, and begin writing new taxes every other year for the colonists to pay, we would have been fine being part of thier country. but because britain began taxing us without representation, we decided we wanted to be independent.
What about Nazi Germany and the Holocaust?
... Umm... you do realize that England refused to allow America to become an independent country after 'talking' and that's where the war came in? If the war hadn't happened, there would be no America.
Same with the Civil War. People used words to fight for their right, but we still had to endure a war to get the point across.
I think leaving violence out of small arguments like those found in communities is great, but violence can be necessary in arguments between countries. Not that we want it to be, but that's how it is currently and I don't see that changing for many many many many years.
The mental image of Obama trying to talk to Osama being hilarious aside...uhh...wait, what?
There's nothing wrong with a little violence when necessary, as some people speak the language of violence. Not everyone has an idealistic view of the world, and sometimes you need to use an alternative method to get through. Of course, use some restraint.
I don't go to church, I have no idea where there is an animal shhelter near my house if there is one. what do you mean by shop kithchen is what Ithink about that. and the reason why my fear of closed places keeps me from joining clubs is because people are always crowding the entire place, and the fact that I can't stand being in a crowd, and you don't want to be in one with me, mostly becuase there will be a bit more than a few bloody noses and a black eye.
yes he did, but that was because he had found a couple of mario games, and the GBA had one of those magnifiers that was always on it thank to him.
I can understand the hassle of getting a ride back home, but how does having a fear of closed spaces prevent you from joining clubs?
I'll say volunteering again. Maybe at a local animal shelter or shop kitchen. Or if you go to church, you could volunteer there too. Though if you can't get a ride for that either then this point is moot too.
Your grandpa had a GBA? All my grandparents know about videogames is that "the younger generation is obsessed with them when they could be outside playing."
not a very good choice for me, mostly because of my fear of closed spaces, and the fact that if I stay after school, I would have to call my father, walk, or ride the activity bus home that has more kids that were in trouble with after school detention than those that went to a club.