Bully In A Injustice World

They won't leave me alone

"...Community, Identity, Stability" (Huxley,1)

The narrator stated the quote explain the world's model. On the other hand, meaning they were going in detail of how the basic life was lived in this world. This relates to a dystopian society because everyone has a different life not everyone can be stable or even have their own identity. In todays world it's hard for people to have all three of these things, most people it takes them very hard work to get there.
Born Sinner By J. Cole - Born Sinner - CLEAN

Born Sinner

The song Born Sinner by J.Cole explaines how the world is different and how the people are different and the differences they have. Also the struggles each of them go through nobody who it is. The title born sinner goes to show that everybody sins and J.Cole illustrates that basically everybody is born to sin unfortunately. Nobody can be perfect and have a perfect life because everyone is bound to sin or be imperfect. This goes to relate to a dystopia because a dystopia isn't perfect and has its' imperfections. Born sinner can relate to a lot of the people who have made mistakes or the daily interactions they have to go through day in and day out. In J. Cole's song Born Sinner he quotes," Born sinner, was never born to be perfect". This quote goes to show that everyone is born differently. Nobody is the same and everybody has something that makes them stand out from everyone else. Throughout this song J. Cole raps about the struggles he has and other struggles people have. He uses his voice to explain how he feels and most likely the voice for other people. This song really breaks it down to you about how people view what they go through and how they voice it. Another quote stated was," I'm a born sinner, but I die better than that, swear." This quote goes to show that just because something is different doesn't mean it has to be a sin or be bad. Sometimes change is good in a society because it goes to show that not everyone is equal in all ways and that there is a diverse world. A dystopia is realistic because nothing is perfect in this world and that's why I picked this song by J. Cole to illustrate that. He illustrates that we are born to be different and we all have our own flaws. It's not good for everyone to be the same because that makes a world not complex and leads to later down the road someone to crash this perfect world. There is always that one that will stand up and fight for what they want or what's right.

Dystopia Now

Dystopia today is a persons everyday life. The whole world is a dystopia because nothing is perfect. Usually the world is like a totalitarian although not in all cases. Although in todays' world the government does run everything. The government controls and monitors everything we do today. The government listens to everything going on in our personal lives and also monitors things we say and do they have records of everything. Nothing in todays' world goes unheard of or unseen and that's mainly because of the technology we have now. Technology plays a big role in how the government hears what we talk about and what we do. This refers to a totalitarian government because they keep their people in line and in tact but just in a different way of concept than our government. Most people say that a dystopia is unpleasant and that bad things happen in this world but that's not always true if things don't go badly or if you have the right people in charge. A great quote by Anthony Burgess where he states, " Is it better for a man to have chosen evil than to have good imposed upon him?". This quote really makes you think about whether evil can be good or bad to choose sometimes. Sometimes maybe everything isn't bad because it could be for the best. This quote helps to illustrate the way people oppose a dystopia and how it works. Unlike a utopia things aren't perfect, therefore a lot of bad happens throughout this world. For example things like killing, betrayal, lying, hurt and more are considered to be situations in a dystopia. Things that happen in a everyday world today are considered a dystopia. Today's world is the perfect example of a dystopia because of all the crime, hurt, and disturbances caused in the world today. Today's world could never be perfect it's beyond impossible because there are always going to be those outside people that won't fit in with everybody else. There are always people that are going to be outside the box and be different or think differently causing the "perfect" world to become imperfect.
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I’m strongly against anything that is genetically modified. Genetically modifying an organism or person is risky and dangerous. A GMO is basically any organism whose genetics has been altered using genetic engineering techniques. GMOs are relocating genes in a much more unpredictable way compared to natural breeding. This produces genotypes that could never exist in nature. With transgenic technology, scientists are transferring genes not just across species but even across kingdoms, inserting animal genes into microbes (single-celled organisms) or plants. GMO contamination has also caused economic losses for organic and non-GMO farmers who often struggle to keep their crops pure.This is causing farmers to use even more toxic herbicides every year. Not only does this create environmental harm, GM foods contain higher residues of toxic herbicides. They reduce biodiversity, pollute water resources, and are unsustainable. The herbicides are used to control unwanted plants from growing. This harmful chemical is linked with hormone disruption, birth defects, and cancer. GMOs require an abundant amount of pesticides, herbicides and fungicides; These things are poisons.The health consequences of eating genetically modified organisms are largely unknown. Genetically engineered foods have not been shown to be safe to eat and may have unpredictable consequences. Mixing genetic material from totally unrelated species, genetic engineering releases a lot of unpredictable side effects. Current GMOs have nothing to offer of reducing hunger and poverty, improving health, and rural livelihoods, and environmental sustainability. Even if some GMOs are safe for human consumption, this does not mean that all GMOs are safe. Each new GMO has its own benefits and risk. The European scientists are pushing for these GMOs which could become very bad and harmful for our society and could effect us in ways we wouldn't think possible. GMOs are harming humans and the society because it's as if you are buying a fake product. They are not freshly produced such as organic, people put chemicals in these foods and cause future problems with humans. It's not good to support these GMO products everyone should want them to stop therefore we have to stop buying them so that we can have a better and healthier society. With organic foods people's lives last longer because they are eating much healthier food and none of it is processed food. Chemicals in food can really cause an impact on the human body and not for the good but only for the bad. There is a huge difference between organic foods and GMOs they even have a difference in color because the organic food is brighter than the GMO foods. The reason the color is brighter is because the organic food is all natural meaning its bright and healthy. On the other hand, the GMOs food is darker because it's been processed and many chemicals have been put through it causing it not to be fresh and natural leaving it with a dark dirty color. The only reason why people support the GMOs food is because it's cheaper then organic food. If we could lower prices to organic food there is without a doubt that people would buy more organic food. Also, people support GMO food because of the taste they put chemicals in the food to make it taste better and people like that because it's still cheaper.

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