So, who's winning? I'd like to say that terrorists are loosing, but since the administration said that the numbers showing a decrease of terror attacks throughout the world was a proof that war on terrorism was successful, and now they appears to be wrong, can one conclude that it's the opposite: Terrorists are winning???
Is this the phenomena of media, the more attention terrorists get in media, the more terrorists crawl out of the woodwork?
I mean, whenever you hear about some sick young student shooting his classmates, there seem to be another one doing the same thing just the week after.
Or has the war on terror been wrongly focused? Has the aim been more to deal with the current terrorism situation instead of working more on the depth of the issue, preventing terrorism?
Klaus From Germany, joined Jul 2001, 20899 posts, RR: 55 Reply 3, posted (9 years 1 week 1 day 19 hours ago) and read 829 times:
There is only a comparatively small war part within the global fight against terrorism. And ignoring the 95% that are not militarily fought will surely lead to a military defeat as well, in the long run.