The world is full of corruption and censorship everywhere. In
schools, jobs, television, government, stores, and on the street. It happens
every year, everyday, every hour, every minute, and every second. Sometimes
it’s subtle so no one notices. It can also be very straightforward, easy to
see, and fast to understand.
One thing I’ve found out is why corruption and censorship
isn’t stopped. It can be because some people are raised to think that certain
things are acceptable. Some only want to do anything they can to make life easy
and happy for themselves. There are those who try to go against it but their
work doesn’t go that far. Others just simply don’t care because if it’s out of
sight it’s out of mind.
People work hard for money everyday and put it in banks, taxes,
fundraisers, and other things thinking that it goes somewhere useful. Not
knowing that higher-class people use it for themselves.
There are those type of people that think that chaos, profit, corruption,
and politics are more important and better than the law, justice, commonsense,
and public opinion.
Adults today like to tell their kids and/or students about history but
with their view on it. If a teacher is against women rights he will probably
tell history different and try to leave women figures out of it. If a parent is
against Islamic or Christian people they might not talk about them when they
teach their children about history.
There are those in government who are against making laws and benefits
that are good for people in lower classes than them.
Adults say that children should go to college and learn so they can get a
job, a house, a car, and create a family. Then we get there and see that we
have to pay thousands and millions of dollars just to get a piece of paper
saying we’re smart in some subject. How acceptable and right is that? I smell
corruption in America’s education today.
Many people get tired of how corrupt and censored the world is
today. So it results in them getting violent and causing deaths.
I went ahead and did a
survey about this project for my classmates to fill out. Only twelve students
filled it out which already began to show me how corrupt some were. I guessed
they didn’t fill it out because they didn’t see the survey as important. So I
just had to take the twelve responses I got and make it work. Some of the
results surprised me and some didn’t.