Threat Of Terror

3454 WordsDec 9, 201714 Pages
Let us not deceive ourselves; we must elect world peace or world destruction. ˜Bernard Baruch Doing some research about our past U.S presidents I realized that most presidents have tried, to a greater or lesser degree, to involve themselves in bringing peace to the middle east. Presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter had a little success in doing so, but in my cognitive lifetime, none of my presidents have come up with cogent policies, competencies or leadership to solve or properly address the region in any that measurable with regards to their plan’s success. I grew up hearing about, George Bush, Barack Obama and now Donald Trump, and an argument can be made that by deceiving themselves, we are now closer to the world destruction…show more content…
Fig. 1 From as early as 1953 with the assistance in the coup to overthrow then Iranian leadership to the killing of Bin Laden, we see that America has had a hand in the Middle East and as fig.1 demonstrates and if to be believed, the problems that now find need for policies, competencies and leadership had the helping hand of the United Staten in creating the dis function in the region; as Malcolm X would so eloquently state “the chickens are finally coming home to roost.” American interference created organizations who galvanized in their hatred of the United States. The Networking was uncanny, and the belief in their culture and cultural consciousness was not only instrumental was essential to self-organizing, as well as the willingness to accomplish their goals by any means necessary. These organizations were not stagnant and the organizational movements were able to proliferate the dogma regarding the West. The movement was a problem in the past, it presently remains a problem, and and will remain a problem for the foreseeable future, as no president in my lifetime has been able to come up with a workable plan. BUSH All of us here today understand this: We do not fight Islam; we fight against evil. ˜George W. Bush The
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