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Abusive Power

Summary: Today's problems are reoccurring of those faced during World War II in Nazi Germany. Instances of higher powers using their supremacy to perform brutal acts towards other humans are being witnessed in places needed of assistance by more stable countries such as Congo and Iraq. As well as these acts being committed, the contingents are thinking inhumanly and believe what they are doing can be justified.
Abusive Power

Today's problems are reoccurring of those faced during World War II in Nazi Germany. Instances of higher powers using their supremacy to perform brutal acts towards other humans are being witnessed in places needed of assistance by more stable countries such as Congo and Iraq. As well as these acts being committed, the contingents are thinking inhumanly and believe what they are doing can be justified.

As far back as life exists, the upper class or higher rulers felt they were more privileged over everybody else. For example, Hitler used strong speaking skills and wording that would attract the German people to elect him the next leader of Germany, which in turn gave all power and decisions of Germany to him. When elected he used his power to the full extent. Since he was in control, he believed nothing could be done to stop his actions...

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