“America isn’t weak. So how come we can’t beat the terrorists? Why are we still fighting and dying? We’re not weak. We’re indecisive. The terrorists shock us and play on our sympathies. They disguise themselves, they walk among us and then when they get caught, the media says they’re misunderstood.
“The stronger the terrorists become, the weaker they get. Their greatest strength is weakness. In our society, monsters who claim to be weak, oppressed or misunderstood get away with murder. When they take off their masks and stop pretending to be victims and come out of the closet as oppressors, that is when they become really vulnerable.”
Food for thought on this fifteenth anniversary of 9/11 from Sultan Knish.