Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Stopping Injustice

In Letter from Birmingham Jail Martin Luther king Jr. claims blemish anywhere is a threat to justice everyplace. This statement is accurate because unfairness or wrongness d single to one person or a group of people directly, affects all indirectly. In World War 2 Adolph Hitler wanted to clear Germany of all Jews and whirl Germany into a communist country. The impairment that was deceaseing in Germany was scatter across Europe. Eventually new(prenominal) countries like Italy and Russia were under the influence of communism. This injustice was disseminateing across Europe .The United States found this to be unjust and had to substitute because they found this to be a threat to them. If on that point is injustice anywhere, there is an immense possibility of it give outing, thus affecting everyone and everywhere. Another pattern of this is the disconnect war. This war was between Iraq and an alliance organized by a way out of countries. Iraq tried to take over a piece of Persia because of its rich crude oil supply. The United States sent a lot of support to Persia. Even though the US didnt have anything to do with Persia but, they took the first step to defend Persia from Iraq.They believed that a countrys borders should be respected and felt that if they did not get involved in stopping Iraq from invading Persia, and allowed this injustice to happen in Persia, the rest of the world might soon follow pickings over other countries by force. So Iraqs injustice to Persia was a threat to justice everywhere else in the world. A further example would be bullying in school. Bullying would be seen as injustice that goes on in schools. In the 4th grade, a teacher did not punish a student for hitting and making fun of other student.The teacher should have stopped this injustice but because this student went free, other students started to bully the same student that had been bullied before and eventually bullying had spread across the school. In this case, injustice was not stopped in one classroom and eventually spread across the whole school. In these examples injustice was seen as a threat to others and was stopped, but when it wasnt injustice spread and affected justice. These instances prove that Martin Luther King Jr. s quote is accurate.

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