Theoretical explanation of terrorism Terrorism and political violence theory In the book Political terrorism, Ted Gurr argues that terrorism is as a result of misery, frustration, grievances and despair due to the part played by both national and international politics economic and social situations. Political violence is a collective attack within a political community against a political regime (Gurr 1960). The perpetrators may include different political groups and the incumbents and policies. It also includes coups d’état revolutionalists and guerilla wars. Aggression is brought about by frustration among a group of people.
They were different in some ways from modern terrorist groups. They used many idiosyncrasy and the qualities of terrorism for the first time, like; underground movements, cellular organization; annoyance and incapability for the mission of systematizing the area they claim to signify; and an inclination to arose the level of violence as presssures on the group
Thus, under the transnational organized crimes should be understood crimes that infringe on public relations, interests or benefits protected by the criminal law of two or more States, and the subjects of which are foreign citizens with the aim, as a rule, for financial gain or the acquisition of power. Organized crime groups control entire regions of the country. Create a particular danger growing criminal control over the information sphere of the media, the use of global computer networks, telecommunications, radio broadcast, and special equipment. The activities of organized criminal groups terrorist acquires focus, including its political overtones. Currently, the challenges facing different states due to the need to counter the increasing crime activities of transnational crime organizations, global in nature.
In any rate, a number of V 's “terrorist acts” are literally revenge executions of the foretasted people. These revenge executions are unquestionably provoked by V 's outrage and acrimony. However, is there any righteous convention leading V 's vendetta? The answer to this question can be found in the emotions themselves. Anger is an emotional response to an anticipated injustice.
According to redress.org torture is the intentional harsh physical or mental pain or else suffering for purposes such as causing fear or intimidation, obtaining information or a declaration of guilt, it is being punished for any reason based on unfairness. (www.redress.org/information-for-survivors/what-is-torture). According to wikipedia.org National Security is an idea that a government, along with its senate, should protect the state and its citizens against all kind of "national" crises through a variety of power projections, such as political power, economic power, military might and diplomacy. (https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Profession) Torture in national security is justifiable because it is a way of extracting important information
The song symbolizes the sociological conflict theory. The lyrics send a strong message and address the existing issues concerning many institutes, inequality, and social arrangements. The content in the song characterizes several flaws in global institutions. One particular verse says, “Overseas, yeah, we try to stop terrorism, but we still got terrorists here livin’ in the USA, the big CIA, The Bloods, and The Crips, and the KKK.” This verse, specifically, is very interesting. “Where is the Love” was released in 2003; post 9/11.
Whether a terrorist acts out alone or in a group they have used violence to achieve political, economic or religious objective. Terrorism-research wrote an article called “Goals and Motivations of Terrorists” where there are motives of terrorists listed a subtitle called “The Intent of Terrorist Groups.” Some of them listed are to- produce worldwide fear, satisfy vengeance, through discouraging foreign travel as a way to ruin their own economy, and by influencing their government , to free prisoners, and want attention from the media to obtain worldwide, national, or local
The greatest issue that the Red Scare acquired was that while Communism was a real threat, it was so excessively exaggerated that it became self-destructive to America. Todays “scare campaigns” occurring in our political discourse are informing our citizens by fear, rather than knowledge and our media is distorting our perspective on current events and causing us to act
The fight against domestic terrorism associated with the different forms contains enormous challenges, including intelligence services. The difference between international terrorism and domestic terrorism is the fact that an American or French citizen, for example, turns against his country and attacks the citizens of his country of origin. International terrorism is perpetrated by people from one country in another
Individuals have been talking about terrorism lately. With all the events that happened recently, terrorism has become a hot topic. Terrorism is a threat to humanity and those who are involved are very violent and have no regards for human lives. The definition of terrorism has proved controversial, for the term terrorism is full of political and emotional charge. Carsten Bockstette proposed that terrorism is defined as political violence that is designed to induce terror and fear through violence.
In both instances there are enemies that have the capability to infiltrate a populace and use intelligence collection techniques in order to attack their targets. The basic definition of terrorism is the use of violence to further political or ideological ideals. Extremists from the West use attacks to achieve their goals of reestablishing caliphate in hopes of spreading their rule throughout the world. In the case of terror networks opposed to the traditional threat seen in the counterintelligence realm, the terror networks are harder to detect due to more compartmentalization in their network ties. But how can counterintelligence operations assist in these necessary counter-terror operations?
WALZER ON SUPREME EMERGENCY Michael Walzer, otherwise a strict adherent to the satisfaction of just in bello conditions in war, especially to the condition of non-combatant immunity, argues that in supreme emergencies, a state actor can infringe upon this principle and directly target enemy civilians’ (SCHWENKENBECHER 2009). What is a supreme emergency? According to Michael Walzer it is: ‘… an ultimate threat to everything decent in our lives, an ideology and a practice of domination so murderous, so degrading even to those who might survive, that the consequences of its final victory were literally beyond calculation, immeasurably awful.’ (SCHWENKENBECHER 2009)Hence, a supreme emergency is an exceptional and threatening situation that collectives