My @Quora answer to If I went to an airport dressed as a terrorist, would it be my fault if I was treated as or assu… http://qr.ae/3RTMv
How, precisely, does a “terrorist” dress?
Like this perhaps?
Let me make this perfectly clear:
The word “terrorist” is an intentionally and “most carefully” undefined manipulative term which is used almost exclusively by governments, the corporations which bribe them, and police to describe any person or Citizen who disagrees with them, or who speaks out in support of those who disagree with them.
Now, let me continue this vein of clarity: I do not agree with McVeigh or his actions at all. I am simply calling out the fact that this is a strictly and intentionally pejorative term used for oppression, and to “mold” public opinion.
Case in point: I am a Navy Veteran, a Citizen, a Jeffersonian Constitutionalist, and a Patriot, yet Bush Jr. had the unmitigated gall to describe me, and every other Citizen, who disagreed with his (grand Orwellian misnomer) “Patriot” Act as a terrorist and a traitor, and went on to say that we should “all be denied housing and employment”… on national television.