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A persuasive speech, on asylum seekers coming to England.

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Persuasive Writing Speech Simon Lee 10ah I am going to write a persuasive speech, on asylum seekers coming to England. Ladies and Gentleman, I want to show my feelings by reading this speech. This means a lot to me, because I want to show that I care for the people around me, different places around the nation and especially I want to say it to the world. One day, I will see all cultures grouping as a community, sharing their talents and knowledge throughout the whole nation. All people from all different regions around the world want to show what gifts and personalities they can give to sports, politics and even the world of business. We can make lives change, we can give them a second chance and we can show what our nation is made out of. ...read more.


One day, I will see young sweet children from all ethnics playing in the park, and play together as sisters and brothers. This will be a day where it is special for all people. People can smile, people can have freedom and people can live. All different ethnics can give us talent, which no one can achieve. They can change the whole nation, and maybe the world with their talents. They can give us religion, beliefs and the world of music. We can invent new ideas, from these people, which we didn't know of like tricks, games and even sports. They want a new fresh life, like an onion peeling off. They want to put their past behind, and look forward in life. We can do this, together we can solve their problems, we can give them shelter and we can show that we care. ...read more.


They want to do the things that we are doing now. Having an education, life, job and the top priority, a home. One day, I will see all ethnics holding hands, feeling that they belong here in our country. I will see people clapping, crying, people thanking each other for helping them to change their lives. People are cheering and sharing. People are enjoying themselves, feeling that God has blessed them. All asylum seekers have turned into British citizens, they believe that a Miracle has just happened. Together we can make something happen, together we can finish it all off. So hold your heart, think of the people who are in need of help, and lets bring those asylum seekers over here to give them a life and make the feel special. So rise up, believe in yourself, and go to that home office, chin up and we can make a world in a better place. ...read more.

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