With Osama bin Ladin gone do you think the battle over terrorism is won?
After the death of Osama bin laden there has been other acts of terrorism done in Pakistan and also claimed by the so called Al Qaeda. I think its not over yet.
The war on terror, like the war on drugs, is not meant to be won. This is simply a tool being used to instill fear in the masses. What better way to accomplish this than with a faceless, nameless, invisible enemy. If you want to discover who is winning the war on terror and drugs you simply have to look at those companies that are supplying the tools and arms needed to fight. Look at the number of people already employed in fighting these wars and realize that if we ever did win these wars, they would be unemployed.
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