Name Tutor Subject Date Violence Violence in Relation to Justice Violence is generally the use of force with an intentions to hurt damage or kill some or something. The force in regards to violence refers to physical force. Whereas justice is the fair behavior or treatment. violence in itself may be destructive traumatizing and makes people insure however it is also a fact that contained level of violence can be tamed to insure social structuring and creation of political stability and law. Violence may be just or unjust. In Raoul Peck’s movie “Lumumba” it evident that Belgium continued to meddle in the affairs of her former colony Congo this lead to the at 14 he starts his own army on the rampage in the capital. When there is conflict of interest among member of a particular society then it is right to assume that there will be confrontations which might some time lead to violence. Katanga province in Congo bears most of the natural riches which the Belgians wanted they therefore brought unrest in the Congolese society this bought about violence and event racial discrimination in that society. In all these movies the common element is the violence in them and the consequences of the violence is evident. Work Cited Johnny Mad Dog. 2008. DVD. Lumumba. 2000. DVD. Some Time in April. 2005 DVD. [...]
Examine the portrayal of violence, and its relationship to justice, culture, politics, and/or society in the films: Lumumba, Sometimes in April and John Mad Dog. Give reasons for the position you take in relation to the occurrence of violence in your answer.