The USA today: The never-ending fighting
A terrorist... to be or not to be? In point of fact, being designated a 'terrorist' depends on the political climate. If one commits acts of violence in the name of some statehood, one is the law; but if one acts violently, in the name of an ideal but against some statehood, one is a terrorist. Today's terrorism, nevertheless, is the corollary of the perversion of America's mission. The USA is no longer the heaven of the "condemned of the earth", but a proxy Israel instead. And so the only 'reasonable' reply to this perversion is the violence exerted by radical Islam.
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