In humanities class, I learned a lot of stuff in the topic of Authorities such as making a wanted poster. Mostly watching a movie about Kim Jong Ill, who is a very brutal guy in North Korea. He replaced Jesus as himself. He is a very bad guy. After I watched the documentary, i felt very sad about him, I wished that God would forgive him.
Where is this documentary taken?
Who is the reporter?
Is this difficult to get into North Korea?
Yes. It is difficult to get to north korea because there are rules that is not allowed to bring an cameras.
How did they get into North Korea to shoot this documentary?
They hid the camera inside the suitcase with a certain trick to let the customs of kore know
What is the government in North Korea?
Who is the leader?
Kim Jeong Ill
In your opinions, is he a good leader or a bad leader?
He is a very bad leader because he is replaced by Jesus Christ because the reporter said in North Korea, Kim is God’s son.
This unit is about Natural Disasters. I picked a topic that is hard because I want to challenge myself. The topic that I picked was The Great Natchez Tornado. It is hard because it happened long time ago. So it is hard to research about it. I am not sure about the AOI.
This video is about the Great Natchez Tornado in Natchez, Mississippi. I made this video so that you can see that there is many natural disasters that are happening today. I hope you will enjoy:
If I was one of the people in the earthquake, I can describe that there are many houses that were knocked-down, many signs were knocked down and destroyed, and many trash is in the left side of the road. I was very sad when seeing this accident, I wish I could help the community there.
1. Iran is the country that is in the left side of Afghanistan. Iran is in Europe and the countries that border Iran is Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Turkmenistan, United-Arab-Emirates, and the sea.
2. An earthquake happened because of the plate movements, so the plate squished the country.
3. Today was a huge tragedy in my town. A 6.5 earthquake struck the town of Bam on 5:36 in the morning. I was asleep and it woke me up, I felt the earthquake; shaking my desk. Suddenly the walls begin to shake and little by little the walls collapse. I didn’t realize that my parents were dead, until I half of my walls at my house collapse. I cried and cried, but I don’t panicked. I went outside, and every house collapse. Over 43% of the people in bam died. I was so lucky that I survived the huge disaster in the town of Bam.
|Comparing 2 Earthquakes|
|Location||Bam, Iran||Northridge, USA|
|% of Population Killed||43,000 (43%)||57%|
|% of Building Destroyed/Damaged||70%||20%|
|Are Strict Rules in Force for Seismic-proof Buildings?||No||Yes|
6. People still lived in natural disaster areas because:
a). They think that the disasters will not happen again after it had happened once
b). They are not scared of it happening again
c). They won’t leave their stuff that can’t be carried with.
d). They settled in danger zones before they understood the risks
e). They are poor to move.