Has the "war on terror" ended up globalizing Terror?
The war against terror has been going on since 9/11 attack. But looking at the middle east, Nigeria and Af-Pak regions it appears that the US actions have only globalized terror. The birth of ISIS has changed the ways of terrorism. It is now more organized, brutal and the cyberspace has turned into the medium of terror technology transfer as well as recruitment of terror ideologists from around the world. Now the "lone wolf" type of violence with suicide mission to reach the "paradise" has become a hard to detect threat around the world.
Is the stage being set for a major global conflict?
Yes,Gladio has now reached global level.Same people fighting "terrorism" are funding,arming and training the "terrorists".This way--when they wipe out huge segments of populations,they will justify it under "fighting terror"
If Gasa isn't under terrorism--I don't know what is! But we don't mention that.That right there proves we don't care about terror---only who it's aimed at.
Dig into ALL terrorism operating today....I would bet my life it has the same place of origin......it's not in my DNA...so where's it coming from?
Who funds and supplies weapons to terrorists? Are NATO countries running arms economies?
I know countries with terror camps can't produce the arms they are using. Has glamorization of war and violence in the movies gone too far?
"Everything about the group appears calibrated to fit a cinematic stereotype of the ‘Muslim radical’ and ‘violent Arab.’ This is not reality, it is carefully choreographed theater, produced and directed by the US-Israeli Military Industrial Complex."
by Lince 20 months ago
Don't you think Pakistan should be called a "terror sponsor of terrorism" by the United States?There are various proofs of Pakistan officials giving aid and also giving shelter to many terrorists.So don't you think it should be called be a terrorist state?
by Susan Reid 5 years ago
I hate that term, but didn't quite know how to phrase it better.Obviously, there have been a LOT of incidents and investigations in the last fewmonths that have raised terrorists and US security to new levels of scrutiny.So my questions: Using 9/11 as baseline, how have "terrorism" and/or...
by cooldad 5 years ago
Now that we all have had time to reflect, was the United States war on terrorism valid?Or, did our instant gratification culutre, react to quickly based on emotion and fear?I think American people are easily led by fear and were easily sold on the war on terror like a good beer commercial. ...
by Chris Mills 2 years ago
Could the war on terror ever be called World War III?The Wikipedia definition of World War is "a war involving many or most of the world's most powerful and populous countries. World wars span multiple countries on multiple continents, with battles fought in multiple theatres." ...
by onlinearticlespk 7 years ago
Taliban in Afghanistan are fighting for their homeland. is it justified to call them a terrorist when there is no proof of their involvement of 9/11 which is used as a base against them? cabn any country declare them terrorist without proving it in the court of Justice or international court?
by technocrates 7 years ago
How we can make this world terror free.I want your ideas to make this world happy and terror free...make this count...give your ideas...share what is in your mind about this....Love to see the thoughts of hubbers and people out here on the web....
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