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Transcript of Freedom Problem
People didn't know what is love , what is died etc.They didn't know any colour like ,maybe in their eyes ,everything are the same colour .And they don't know how to sacrifice.They just thought about themselves' feeling,they don't care others.Every one would be selfish,and the community would be very scary. community in The Giver Mandela !!!(father of South Africa) Same:The governments were so bad ,and they both wanted to control the people forever.
different:The governments in the South Africa controlled people by violence,and they controlled people without white people,but the community in the giver controlled people by didn't allowed they know many things,they just lived in the utopia,and people didn't know the community was a utopia,the way that community controlled people a little similar England governments controlled Hongkong or Canada Ignorance? The giver not allowed them have freedom? people can't decide their lives? no sacrifice? The community is utopia? Old South Africa The racism? How they despised black people or other non-white people? Who to solve this problem? Mandela What is the same between Jonas and him? why he became father of South Africa? Jonas How can he solve the problem ? Is Jonas happy when he become a giver What did he find after become a giver? What is the different between
the Jonas and Mandela .......... ......... With the enactment of apartheid laws in 1948, racial discrimination was institutionalized. Race laws touched every aspect of social life, including a prohibition of marriage between non-whites and whites, and the sanctioning of ``white-only'' jobs. In 1950, the Population Registration Act required that all South Africans be racially classified into one of three categories: white, black (African), or colored (of mixed decent). All blacks were required to carry ``pass books'' containing fingerprints, photo and information on access to non-black areas. The History of Apartheid in South Africa APARTHEID South Africa. Racial segregation signboard ....... .......
The penalties imposed on political protest, even non-violent protest, were severe. During the states of emergency which continued intermittently until 1989, anyone could be detained without a hearing by a low-level police official for up to six months. Thousands of individuals died in custody, frequently after gruesome acts of torture. Those who were tried were sentenced to death, banished, or imprisoned for life, like Nelson Mandela.
The apartheid policy was highly effective of achieving its goal of preferential treatment for whites, as is demonstrated by the statistics in Figure 1. Black people's lives in old South Africa The Giver Community Setting Mandela born in a rich family,he was a member of royal household in the South Africa.He 's ancestors was a hero who help people in South Africa won the freedom. when he was young , he herd lots of the stories about the ancestors . So when he was young, he dreamed also of making his own contribution to the freedom struggle of his people.
After receiving a primary education at a local mission school, where he was given the name Nelson, he was sent to the Clarkebury Boarding Institute for his Junior Certificate and then to Healdtown, a Wesleyan secondary school of some repute, where he matriculated. He then enrolled at the University College of Fort Hare for the Bachelor of Arts Degree where he was elected onto the Students’ Representative Council. He was expelled from college because of joining in a protest boycott, During this time,because of the influence from Gandhi, Mandela follow lawyer Oliver Tambo help for black people. Mandela 's Early life Mandela and Armed anti-apartheid activities compare Jonas and Mandela Jonas In 1961 Mandela became leader of the ANC's armed wing, Umkhonto we Sizwe (translated Spear of the Nation, and also abbreviated MK), which he co-founded. He coordinated sabotage campaigns against military and government targets, making plans for a possible guerrilla war if the sabotage failed to end apartheid. Mandela also raised funds for MK abroad and arranged for paramilitary training of the group.
Later, mostly in the 1980s, MK, the organisation co-founded by Mandela, waged a guerrilla war against the apartheid government in which many civilians became casualties. For example, the Church Street bomb in Pretoria killed 19 people and injured 217. Jonas ,just a teenager,but he had to support very big duty. He should experience many feeling that many people don't have to experience even when the people died.He should experienced many bad pains.Such as sunburn,snowstorm,he also experienced what is love ,what are the colours,he known many things that people in community didn't know , but he also had to help everyone to solve theirs' problems,but he can't solve everyone's problem just by himself,and during help the people solve their problems and made their life better,he may also hurt his friends,even lost them,that maybe was unfair for Jonas. But he should support them. compare old South Africa and community in the giver Same:Both of them didn't like the rules that governments made,they were the first to find the problem and really want to change it.
different:Mandela Changed it and built a new government and made everyone had a good life but Jonas didn't change the rules or rebelled the community,he chose obeyed the rules, but at last,he even chose escaped .