Argumentative Essay On The Holocaust

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To begin, I think an event like the Holocaust can occur in modern times and again be ignored because it has happened before. Past events have materialized and affected current issues, the holocaust, and the media affects how people learn about crises. Meaning, the news can alter the truth and show us the bad elements of the issue, but not the good parts of the issue. One of the most well-known phenomenons was the holocaust. “The Holocaust was the systematic, bureaucratic, state-sponsored persecution and murder of six million Jews by the Nazi regime and its collaborators. Holocaust is a word of Greek origin meaning "sacrifice by fire." The Nazis, who came to power in Germany in January 1933, believed that Germans were "racially superior" and …show more content…
I feel that the news channels have an obligation to the viewers to tell us the thruth. Sometimes, the news gives you small information about the topic being discussed. To back up my argument, “The media has both positive and negative influences on people. The media can make a person more aware of what is happening on a local, national and global level, or it can warp one’s perspective of the truth. The media has the capacity to ruin society by encouraging false ideals, praising selfishness and making the possession of fame, fortune and talent qualifications to be considered a valuable person.” The quote is explaining how many times the news fabricates reality; which can cause feuds between the people because people think in different ways. Meaning, not all people would believe that if it is not the truth. All in all, the media furtively slips you little details about important topics that should be thoroughly exposed to the audience, so the news producers probably feel like they are in a state of complacency because they get away with