That all depends on which side you're on. Throughout history there have been terrorists, but when you're on their side they're revolutionaries, freedom fighters, etc. Only after the fact, when the winners write the history, do those labels get changed to what the winner prefers. There are thousands of different groups or movements that would today be hailed as completely earth-shattering, or the best thing that happened to the country...if they had won. In today's world, there are many radical factions that get labeled as terrorists because they are in the minority and fighting a losing battle, the purpose of which the media likes to distort and most people don't care to understand.
FEAR!! it is the ultimate terrorist in the world, always has been.
any one who kill man , woman , boys , girls , old man & woman , babes is considered a terrorist
and there is one country and no one else
also terrorist can't be by media only .... but by actions like we C
by Ralph Schwartz 18 months ago
Another Islamic terror attack in Brussels today - isn't it time to close our borders?Donald Trump has taken heat about closing our borders to Muslims however time and time again Muslims are committing large scale terror attacks - it's time to decide if America wants to stop that bloodshed from...
by The stallion 24 months ago
People all over the world think that we Pakistanis are all terrorists. I beg to differ! I know that recently there have been quite a few terrorist activities around the world which were supposedly associated with Pakistan. Even if a few Pakistanis were associated with these activities, why is the...
by Deforest 5 years ago
The US officially removed the MKO (people's Mujahedin of Iran) from its blacklist of terrorist organizations. The same ones who recently killed Iranian scientists. The same organization that was trained, that is funded by the US, Israel and Saudi Arabia. The US administration just gave them the...
by ptosis 23 months ago
Are you a “potential terrorist”?Conservative, libertarian, Christian or gun owner? Opposed to abortion, globalism, Communism, illegal immigration, the United Nations? Believe in conspiracy theories or living in the “end times”, visit alternative news websites? Answer yes to any...
by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
In an effort to create more fun and unique forums for all of us to discuss, I found out hubpages had this little sub category "state sponsors of terrorism." yeah...who knew? therefore, why would anyone condone or promote terrorism? why would this even need to be a...
by Texasbeta 7 years ago
There appears to be a resurgence of celebrating the Confederacy in this country, even from a state mandated level such as Virginia in its recent actions. That being said, were Confederates domestic terrorists, bent on destroying what we refer to as the United States of America, our country? Were...
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