posted on Apr, 15 2009 @ 11:51 PM
Well, I think one side's terrorist is the other side's hero. The insurgents in Iraq and the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan are considered
terrorists from the U.S. point of view, mainly, while these same people are considered patriots and heros on the other side. It's all a matter of
perspective I suppose. If it was me writing the paper, I would take a controversial approach, depending on the teacher, professor, whatever, view
point and do an excellent job of making my case. But that's just me. I always did like to pi$$ authority figures off and even aquaintances as well if
I felt they were too comfortably steadfast in their opinions.Just saying..........
I hope I was some help or inspiration. Was just wondering, can you show both perspectives and point out the similarities as to emotional and national
reactions and supportive behaviours? Sounds like this could be a pretty good project to embark upon. Maybe that is what this is all about? Is this
high school, college?
[edit on 15-4-2009 by kyred]
Edited to also add, feel free to u2u me, I don't usually come back very often to posts I have already made. Maybe I can be of some assistance. My
kids now agree that I am not stupid, although my grandkids think I am just an old fart who doesn't know what the hell is going on.
Just like I
did about my parents and grandparents.
[edit on 16-4-2009 by kyred]