North Americas Research Paper

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The North American Police State Hidden Beneath our Noses For us North Americans, it is difficult to understand the life in a police state. Why? It’s because we have rights and freedoms and privacy that are all taken very seriously by the law as well; we even have our own privacy commissioners to monitor the protection of our privacy. Everyone in North America, even criminals, is treated lawfully so it’s hard to believe that these are all lies that we were told. We North Americans are in fact living in a police state where none of the above exists; where the police have access to all citizens’ personal information and people are treated unlawfully. By reading on about how our personal information is exposed to the government and how …show more content…
In a sense this makes sense that the government is doing this because North America is in fact a police state hidden beneath our noses. This is heart wrecking to hear because we are told that this whole concept of a police state is nonexistent in North America. Yet, we were living in one all along. It’s understandable that we wouldn’t know because privacy is internationally known as an important part of human lives which we thought that we had yet some of the world’s leading countries that are situated in the police state called North America are defying the significance of privacy to humans. Privacy is so important to humans that people will go to great lengths like spend tons of money on lawsuits if their privacy was invaded. Clearly, privacy is very important to us, which makes this matter of privacy theft extremely serious. North American governments even promote the basic need for privacy to every North American yet they are only lying to our faces to gain the power they need and to keep us citizens powerless in the sense that they stole our privacy from us but we have no power to do the same to them. Don’t you see how messed up this situation is? Can’t you see how vulnerable we are as North Americans? Undoubtedly, …show more content…
Hence, he replaced all of the commanders of this brigade. After reading this you can clearly see that living in a police state means that equality the lives of citizens don’t matter at all. Instead of caring about the soldier who was wrongfully killed, the country’s own president cares more about the possibility that these soldiers of the 43rd Infantry Brigade is opposing his power. From this sort of thinking it’s evident that this leader doesn’t rule with law and equality in mind. It is true that the soldiers should have used a more civilized tactic but what’s done was done and it was by accident too. The Guard Command was also responsible for this loss of a soldier as well for not halting as requested. This action surely makes them seem suspicious so it is reasonable that this brigade’s soldiers would shoot since their job is to protect the country. In the other words, the North Korean president’s country was being protected by loyal soldiers who were trying to do their job. Therefore, the dismissal of the commanders in this case was harsh and unlawful treatment. However, this is the police state’s way of handling things; handling by self - standards over equality. As unfortunate as this situation is in North Korea, it’s not much better in the police state of North America. The extent of North America’s control on its citizens is

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