Posted February 20, 2019 04:13:51A couple weeks ago, I wrote a post titled “When the US IS a terrorist country”.
I don’t think I’ve ever made a post that’s as clear as that.
It was the clearest I could make it.
It is a post I feel I have to do a lot more to communicate, especially now that we’re entering the third anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
We are still struggling with the aftermath of that attack, which has caused a tremendous amount of anger, rage and fear in the US.
In the weeks following that attack and after, there was a lot of discussion on social media about the way in which the US was perceived in the world.
In particular, the way it was portrayed by President Donald Trump, who has been the focus of much of the criticism since the attacks.
The Trump administration, and the media, have been relentless in portraying the United States as a country that is at war with itself and the world, that is threatening the peace of the world and that is an enemy of all humanity.
The United States is seen as a terrorist nation by many.
I’m not going to pretend that’s true, because it’s not. I don