Tag: Terrorism

After the Paris Shootings – Is Europe in Danger of Terrorism? …Or Self-Destruction?

| January 11, 2015 | 0 Comments

paris shootings 2015I’ve learned over the last years to look how people intepret and what are their reactions to horrible events that have happened. And the way most people react is usually silly, primitive or ignorant. Of course those reactions and interpretations of events are usually forced upon via the mass media. It happens all the time, it’s kind of predictable.

This is important because the fact that someone sophisticated enough can predict and control the mass behavior of the crowd in case of specific event that takes place is a stimulus for inducing more events.
The shootings in Paris, France are an act of terror that naturally created all sorts of reactions.

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ISIS – The New Old Terrorist Threat

| September 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

obamaThe world leaders are debating these days about whether they have to join forces against this “new” enormous terrorist threat called ISIS that apparently “has appeared from nowhere”. The United States have already started to bomb some ISIS targets in Iraq and Syria but now the conversations are about bigger coalition against this new big enemy.

The uninformed public is watching the news, sees how radical islamists execute people and the officials, well, they take advantage of all this.

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Raging Terror – Who Needs It?

| April 29, 2013 | 0 Comments
Zbigniew Brzezinski with Osama

Zbigniew Brzezinski, US National Security Advisor (1977-1981) with Bin Laden

Since ancient times terrorist attacks have been a dirty political technology used for achieving some political goals. But terrorism became a social issue with the development of mass information media and the usual targets of terrorism changed – they are no longer only politicians, but also ordinary civilians.

Panic – the real weapon

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