Blackfish: Seaworld

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Due to the lack of information about certain things, wrongdoings continue to happen. Yet, there are certain ways that people use to show the world what is right and wrong. The documentary Blackfish was able to make the people pressure the owners of SeaWorld to adapt new policies for the safety of everyone at the SeaWorld. Similarly, writers frame their argument in terms of ethical choice to convince the audience that change is needed. Ethical choices usually befuddle a lot of people. Ethical choice does not have to do with what culture or religion someone belongs to. Every human is able to determine whether something is right or wrong based on obligations, benefits to society, fairness, or specific virtues. Writers including Jonathan Swift,…show more content…
If the future does not look bright, they try to change the current events that could continue to damage their future. In Ireland during the 1729s, people were suffering from poverty. Many women had to end up on the streets to start begging. To solve this situation, he proposes “a most delicious nourishing and wholesome food, whether stewed, roasted, baked, or boiled; and I make no doubt that it will equally serve in a fricassee, or a ragouts” (Swift). If the government continues to not do anything about this condition, then perhaps mothers would have no other option than eating their own babies in the future. This would be morally wrong for everyone. No one would want others to eat children. Furthermore, cheating is one of the way that people use to be successful. In colleges, students cheat because they think "good grades can make the difference between going to medical school and being a janitor"(Callahan). Grades determine how much a student has learned. If cheating can help them get where they want to be, it is not considered bad for them. If this is true, no one would be seen at the high peak other than people that cheated to get there. Fear of catastrophes in the future makes the people to fix the present to have a brighter
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