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The world has entered a new venue of warfare War and the formalities of fighting have not seen this kind of drastic mutation since the British Redcoats were forced to change their tactics of line assault It is the age of terrorism and as it stands now terrorism is the voice both domestically and internationally for twenty-first century fighting The biggest scare of this new reality is terrorisms ability to multithread which is its ability to dabble in every corner of our society From two choleric boys in Colorado to chemical warriors like Japans Aum Shinrikyo there is a new standard in type and class of modern day opponents Everyone has the authority to be a threat This is a disgusting amount of pressure to apply not only on the shoulders of governments but on the average man woman and child In this essay I shall address the issues of domestic terrorism biological terrorism as the future element in tactic and conclude with American policy change recommendations Columbine high school the lowest common denominator for any modern day terrorist attack and subsequently it is the most eye opening event since the Oklahoma City bombing With all the emotions wrapped around this event my only goal with drawing this as a source is in demonstrating the ego of terrorism and what a better way to do it than with the microcosms of a high school To fully understand all the factors of this tragedy is impossible and to try is disrespectful to all involved One can nonetheless piece it together and correctly label it as terrorism There are terrorists and there are victims In this case there were several groups athletic students members of other racial groups who took the brunt The weapons used in the attack were modified military assault weapons so it is obvious that the nature of the crime was intended to be severe And it was An admixture of information
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