Master Slave Dialect

Topics: Human, Nightcrawler, X-Men Pages: 2 (578 words) Published: June 3, 2013
In the beginning of X-Men 2 (X2), its starts out with the narrator saying a couple of lines that already shows how the movie and reality is similar with segregation and with discrimination along with the "Master/Slave" dialect. The narrator says: "Mutants since the discovery of their existence….they have been regarded with FEAR suspicion OFTEN hatred. Across the planet, DEBATE rages…..are mutants the next link in the evolutionary chain….or simply a new species of humanity….fighting for their share of the world? Either way, it is a HISTORICAL FACT: Sharing the world has never been humanity's defining attribute". This passage relates to my point of view by reinforcing it with given historical evidence portrayed in our timeline. History shows that abuse and misuse of power for the purpose of selfish gratification and pride have lead to more stressors being introduced to the main agressive party (as in masters to slaves and governments to the general public).

In the movie, the "normal" people of the population of Earth viewed the mutant population as a harmful and negative source of species. The different species of humans had powers that amassed more than the average humans could do or possibly wish to posses and use. In historical reality amongst our real timeline people didn't like "colored people" within their social settings or gatherings/properties because they believed they had the right to own what they viewed as lesser or different amongst their superior race or species, slavery came into effect. Following the use of slavery led to the abuse of power amongst humans: returning to the cinematic world of X-Men, Nightcrawler, a teleporting mutant, who tries to assassinate the President of the United States if first viewed to have his own personal agenda against the normal human race. The attempt of assassination is later revealed to be a manipulated plot by a "normal" human, Stryker, a military official with a background of abuse and owner of humans, a...
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