Military Conscription : The Attack Of 9 / 11

3114 Words Feb 16th, 2015 13 Pages
Donald Rogers
Ms. Terry
English 12
23 September 2014 Military Conscription On September 11, 2001 Americans finally realize that they were under attack. Terrorist were planning the attack of 9/11 for several years, but the people of the United States were so clueless, that they had no idea what was going on nor what was about to occur. The people of the U.S. were more worried about the everyday crimes that were taking place within the society, but failed to realize that the worst was yet to come. Even though the people thought they were ready for anything. People of the U.S. wasn’t focusing on Bin Laden, they misunderstood how corrupted and evilly genius he would be. Eventually on September 11, 2001 Osama Bin Laden caused mass destruction to the United States of America. Above all, a military conscription would encourage a unified nation for the benefits of ensuring the U.S. as an International Super Power, with an almost Infinite number of soldiers who are all being trained and can demonstrate a superior discipline and respect.
The 9/11 attack shocked the United States, but it should have not came as a surprise. Islamist people gave plenty of warning signs of terrorist attacks on the United States, yet Americans were still unaware of what was going on. For instance, in February 1993 Ramzi Yousef led a group of men and bombed the twin towers with a bomb truck killing six and wounding thousands. In October 1993, Somali Tribesmen shot down a helicopter of the U.S.…

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