Terrorism THEME



Israel and Gaza - Another Disgusting Episode
I think most clear-thinking people would by now have just about had enough of Israel and its grubby tactics, tactics that have cost the world billions and more billions in order to allow the Jewish people a country of their own. Western support of Israel has also cost many innocent lives around the world of people who have had nothing to do with Israel and its grubby adventures. read on

The War on Annoyance
Terror, now there's a terrifying thing. It fills us with a kind of, well, terror doesn't it? A fear so huge and unilateral that it requires a specialist in his field to invoke it. Namely the Terrorist.read on

Was 9/11 an act of terrorism?
Terrorism is the systematic use of apparently random violence to instil fear in a population such that it will force its leadership to change policies.read on

Rebels and Terrorists: Two Different Breeds
I remember when the movie Independence Day came out in theatres. It was a decent success—the plot was heroic enough. I watched Independence Day for what was probably the fifteenth time in 2002. I’d grown older, though my affinity for Bill Pullman (who portrayed President Whitmore in the movie) had only grown. However, I felt wrong about really liking the movie any more.read on

Terrorism - Facts and Fiction
Most people would think that actions related to the term 'terrorism' is a rather recent phenomenon when in fact, terrorism as an act, dates back to the middle ages. It is just that, in recent years, people such as George Bush and company have preferred to put a different spin on the term meaning that anyone who may not agree with Bush must be a terrorist, which is certainly not the case. read on

The Narcissism of the Terrorist
The would-be terrorist seems to live in a fantasy world of symbolism dominated by thoughts of revenge, dreams of paradise, and hopes for becoming a hero. read on

Reflections on terrorism: We have met the enemy and he is the U.S.
What is terrorism? I remember back in 3rd grade there was a kid named Bart who was very threatening. He beat down another kid named Frank in the locker room before we were to play basketball for gym period. read on

Cry from Zimbabwe - Please Save us
"We are all terrified at what they are going to destroy next........I mean they are actually ploughing down brick and mortar houses and one family with twin boys of 10 had no chance of salvaging anything when 100 riot police came in with AK47's and bulldozers and demolished their beautiful house - 5 bedrooms and pine ceilings - because it was 'too close to the airport', so we are feeling extremely insecure right now." read on


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