The 9/11 terrorists attack impacted the culture, politics and, economy of the U.S by their attitude and concerns about safety. Now they have national securities and defense everywhere. Back then we would always go to war after the 9/11 attack, war never ended it’s still going to keep going, but now they just have way more supplies to defend themselves with. Anything you do now as a crime and you are not from this country you’re getting deported .there’s also cameras everywhere now then before they didn’t have as many cameras and didn’t really know about all the crimes happening until after the event of 9/11. So much has been updated since then it’s unbelievable how they know everything that’s going to happen before it even happens, and when
Since they have added more security there are still just as many terrorist attacks as there were before we supposable added more security. In the end result it is only making there job easier and our lives more stressful. “The government, have claimed that since this program has been released they have stopped more than 50 attacks”. Why would they release that information and not that they had this program in the first place? I believe that is a made up number to cover their butts for the real one.
This was put into effect after some people tried to sneak liquid explosives onto the aircraft. These three things weren’t all the changes made, but these are the ones that made the biggest impact. Airport security has intensified throughout the United States since the terrorist attacks in 2001. Airport security has intensified by having peoples ID Name and picture must match what is on ticket. Before 9/11 there was no way to tell that if the passenger 's name and picture
Lastly, McCormack states that “This type of legislation threatens our ability to work for change within society and acts to silence voices of dissent” (McCormack). This is arguable because the act doesn’t restrict freedom, it protects liberties. The Patriot Act is justified by the 9/11 attacks because it has helped put dozens of terrorism attempts in the ground, it has broken down communication barriers that were built between the branches of the government, and overall has heightened every
In addition, Finnegan challenged the producers to create a scenario where the usage of torture backfires. The image of the U.S. military changed from being the world police into a feared superpower because of the brutality presented in shows like 24. Ever since the September 11 attacks, doubts surrounding national security skyrocketed; in response, the U.S. government boosted the national security to its maximum. Gary Solis explained how the show 24 makes the American public more suspicious and prejudice of people from other countries; specifically, the Middle Eastern
For a time, there was monitoring international phone calls made by U.S. citizens, and soon Bush administration started seeking to destroy Al Qaeda and other terrorist organizations using military forces. He said, “They saw liberty and thought they saw weakness. And now they will see defeat.” In 2002, Bush announced that they would be use military force if necessary to prevent further threats from terrorists or rogue states, especially any that possessed weapons of mass destruction. George W. Bush mended our country from this devastating event and lead us to a stronger today. His leadership to me defines political courage in all aspects because he chose to do what he thought was right for our country and never backing down for what he believed
The doctrine is generally associated with the preventive war against Iraq, but it has more than one element. Bush’s doctrine led to the foreign policy stance of interventionism because he he states, "From this day forward, any nation that continues to harbor or support terrorism will be regarded by the United States as a hostile regime,". This doctrine caused the effect of the USA Patriot Act, NSA Domestic Surveillance, and the Department of Homeland Security. Many people were angered because of this because they felt that their freedom was taken from them and that their 4th Amendment right was violated. The Bush and Truman doctrine have caused a heated debate between the people of America for some time now.
Has Al Qaeda become a problem in the United States today? Does the United States need to do something to stop Al Qaeda? Many U.S. Citizens think that all types of terrorist should be killed, then we wouldn 't have to worry about them anymore. The U.S. Policy on Terrorism has spread terrorism instead of containing it. These are some of the cons on the U.S. Policy on terrorism.
Just 45 days after 9/11 the Patriot Act was hastily passed. The act is in clear violation of the Fourth Amendment that protects against unlawful search and seizure; it allows our government to spy on American citizen’s technology use without a warrant. The act was intended to protect against terrorism, but between 2003 and 2005 there were 143,074 National Security Letters that allowed the FBI to search through personal information without a warrant resulting in 53 criminal referrals, of which zero were terrorist threats (ACLU). I do believe in monitoring for terrorist threats , but we can’t let fear control our decisions. Our right to privacy is fundamental, and without reasonable cause no one should be monitored by the
We also could have struck to let them know that we should not be treated like punks. That would have been better. In Conclusion, I want to say that even though some attacks still happen, the U.S. is a little more secure. With our government cracking down on all of the terrorists and, there is a memorial of the victims of 9/11 at the rebuilt Pentagon. Plus, the new World Trade Center tower is rebuilt in New York.
Unlike America, who invaded Iraq for their own economic and political gain after the attacks of September 11. Furthermore, it seems that America’s invasion led to the destruction of the humanitarian outlook Hussein has instilled into Iraq, one that he devoted much of his political career to. It is a