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Terrorism is State Sponsored Robbery

Reader comment on item: Counterterrorism in Obama's Washington

Submitted by kamekish (India), Aug 19, 2009 at 02:07

Terrorism across the world is nothing but state sponsered robbery. Government and law enforcing agencies must take note of this human weeknesses.

Everybody wants to be superior. Every body wants to earn good name. Everybody wants to be leader of their community. When they can not achieve through good means, they do not mind opting for wrong means. Terrorism across the world exists because of these human aspirations.

After my extensive research of human growth, I am of the firm opinion that people go for wrong path like robbery or terrorism because of lack of UNLEARNING.

Muslims across the world faces these challenges. One side they use mobile phones, do Internet and Chat on Google, while otherside they are compelled to force their ladies for Burqua, they get confused. They become fatally dangerous. Obama Administrations must understand these human weaknesses to protect Americans and this world.

Plenty of unlearning needed to go with the main stream. If people do not do this then they can not grow and will always blame West. USA will face the brunt. USA need to take hard stand and ban all such old traditions like Burqua, not knowing English, keeping beard etc. Theyn only society will be able to grow.



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