Maka Island Expansionism

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I firmly believe in expansionism. Expanding the U.S. onto Maka Island goes along with the belief of Manifest Destiny, decreases the risk of war with the natives of the island, as well as other countries, and would help with U.S. trade routes being international. Resources that were found on the island are just a bonus in addition to all the positive outcomes of taking over Maka Island. For the sake of the U.S. and the natives of the island, expansion is the answer. Taking over Maka Island is the destiny of the United States because we received a mission from God to become the supreme civilization. As one, we need to bring freedom, religion, commerce, and morality to all humans we come across according to Manifest Destiny (_________). We will…show more content…
Other nations want the resources and really do not care about killing anyone in the process of taking over them. The U.S. will give the natives options and let them know that we do not want to start a war. Not only is there the risk of war with the natives of Maka Island, but with other nations over this land. The U.S. navy is not the strongest fighter in the world right now. The risk of war is less if we go ahead and take the land while other countries do not know about it. Also, they would be less likely to go to war with the U.S. if we have more land and control. Entering into a war with Great Britain or Germany, who have the best navy at this time, will destroy us. We cannot take this risk of war, losing our near world power status, or losing the chance of taking over…show more content…
founding principles. The Declaration of Independence states “we hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness” (The National Archives). If we go to Maka Island and take over the people, it will go against what we believe in. The natives do not want anyone to take over their land and are willing to fight for their right to keep the island, which will result in a war whether it is with the United States or another country. The U.S. has more than enough resources to support our people and is not in dire need of any more. If we did take over the island and resources, they would quickly deplete. Other countries do need this island and the resources in order to

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