Ter·ror·ism (Noun): When OTHER People Do What We Do
by George Washington
The United States is arguably the world’s largest sponsor of terrorism, although we call it “self defense” and fighting “humanitarian” wars.
But when other people – especially brown-skinned people who wear funny clothes – do the same things that we do, we label it as terrorism.
Mark Selden – Bartle Professor of History and Sociology at Binghamton University – explains:
American politicians and most social scientists definitionally exclude actions and policies of the United States and its allies” as terrorism.