posted on Jul, 15 2005 @ 09:47 AM
First of all, there is no single method in fighting terrorism, since there is no single motive in terrorist activities.
I'll reply to this thread from a general standpoint, instead of according to my personal beliefs, that al-Quada isn't those big bad Islamic
terrorists, but an organization, that like it was started 26 years ago, is still steered, funded and used by the people that control the US goverment
and CIA and are the owners of the oil and military industrial complexes, PNAC, Zbigniew Brazinski and others affiliated with the neo-cons all wrote
even before the First WTC bombing, that a massive terrorist attack on US soil, that would shadow the attack on pearl harbour, was needed to further
An agenda that was mainly geo-political but also included several needed changes in US goverment and the rights of the US people. An agenda we have
seen unfolding over the last 3 years, at an excesive rate.
Anyways, how I would go about fighting terorrisme:
You have people doing terrorist attacks for causes ranging from Islamic extremism to treehugging whackjobs that find killing all humans is a viable
alternative to keep the world in 1 piece.
Next there are even more ways that terrorism is realized. From bombings to those pesky poison letters and fake bomb warnings.
So, what can be done to stop or at least minimize terrorisme?
1: Eco terrorism, killing/limiting their funding goes a long way. Alot of eco terrorism groups are directly sponsored by non-profit organisations. ELF
and ALF have been often shown to have direct ties to PETA for instance. Both being eco-terrorst groups that caused millions and millions of damages in
country's all over the world.
Then, actualy putting these people in jail or the nutbin when they are caught would go a long way. And up the punishment on the type of attacks they
do, property damage isn't as bad as loss of human life offcource, but come on, other people get harsher punishments for smoking weed.
2: Islamic terrorism, understand why they hate us that much? We actualy do understand this, but instead of improving on our past wrongdoings, we make
it even worse. These days by demonizing and pritty much starting a new crusade against Islam itself.
The bad blood between Islam and the western world is very deeply rooted and started ages ago with the crusades.
Next to that, actualy stopping them and going after their leaders instead of getting sidetracked by invading country's like Iraq. Osama Bin Laden
should've been confirmed dead or captured before the start of 2002. Hes still at large, many think, on purpouse, others think he never existed or
works for the US.
3: ETA in Spain and the Muslim terror in Tailand both mainly driven by wanting to get sovereignty or remove influence from their area's by the mother
country, the IRA used to belong to this group and the UK delt with it rather well. They took out the extremists and worked for a political solution to
the problem with the actual people, not condemning the entire population group for the actions of extremists, but helping them, understanding them,
working with them and removing the extremists from their midst.
These 3 groups account for nearly all heavy terrorist activities on the globe.
Then in general, when you know someone is guilty of a crime, put him on trial and then in jail.
Putting people in detention camps all over the world, torturing them, not giving them legal council or a trial, only gives you a bad image, proves the
terrorist leaders right and fortify's their teachings and ideology's to their underlings.
Next to that, being rather damp by tourturing people for 3 years, then releasing them and setting them free to the world and expecting them not to
hold a grudge, again, this is just creating problems and proving terrorist leaders right.