After 9/11, there were some publications that even described the new face of terror as being well funded, well organized and lethal. Such terms as “new terror” can be questioned on grounds that it lacked empirical data or proof that the new network of terror was lethal.
President George Bush coined the term war on terror. This preempted and justified the attack on the “new terrorist” and the nations perceived of harboring them. It is important to mention 9/11 whenever the term terrorism is mentioned since the “new face” of terror was born then. Attack on Afghanistan and Iraq followed. The question remains, who are the terrorist?
Blain in his book endeavored to shine a light on the discourses of the American Government on war on terror. As it is hard to quantify facts, the misery of who is the target for raging war. What are the motivations? And how this is to be done? According conclusions the United States’ war on terror can be characterized by imperial agendas that are far much different from securing American citizens from terror (Simon, 2000). It can, therefore, be concluded that terrorism is failure to conform to the “Elite’s” policies and countering its