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David Cameron Speech

  • Date Submitted: 04/22/2015 11:18 AM
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Essay of David Cameron's "EU Speech"
David Cameron held a speech at Bloomberg, which is a large media group. Cameron's speech concerns the Europe Union and why it's a bad move for Britain and the rest of EU, and how he think that it will be a setback. The Speech is held by David Cameron who is the prime minister of the United Kingdom, and therefore he is speaking with a British accent. His political title gives him a lot of credibility. His audience is implicit, because the speech is being held for the whole country, he is aiming towards the adults of the society both men and women who are able to vote, no matter what religion, background or education that they would have. The whole speech circles around the idea about a referendum about the Europe Union.
p1 l8 "seventy years ago, Europe was being torn apart by its second catastrophic conflict in a generation. A war which saw the streets of European cities strewn with rubble. The skies of London lit by flames night after night. And millions dead across the world in the battle for peace and liberty" Cameron starts his speech off with these words, giving retrospect on the bad and harsh times in British history, a very emotionally time. Cameron makes a clever move by mentioning this first, because by stating this he draws the elder audience's attention because they were involved in this, and when he continues with L.13-14"It happened because of determined work over generations"   He also involve the younger audience, so less than 5 minutes into his speech, he managed to get the attention of the majority of Britain. These two sentences reflect Pathos through Cameron speaking about an emotional time. David Cameron continues with p2 L50-54 "We have always been a European power, and we always will be. From Caesars's legions to the Napoleonic wars. From the Reformation, the Enlightenment and the industrial revolution to the defeat of Nazism. We have helped to write European history"   In these lines Cameron are referring...

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