This essay TERROR-ISM has a total of 533 words and 3 pages.
A difference of ideas, opinions is opposition. When attempted to thwart the opposite opinion, and disappointed by existing set up opposition seeks public support as no objective of fight back is achieved without mass support. Normally In order to achieve public support two different types of methods are adopted.
o This method generally a fight for the societys causes that is unrecognized by existing set up. In order to get the causes recognized peaceful disobedience is observed. Best example, Mahatma Gandhi and Nelson Mandela took a step, which was positive revolution, though, uncomfortable for then British regime. Most of their life made jails as their homes self-persecution and sacrifice but momentum of society support was immense as cause was for major percentage of society that created one of the highest revolutions. This method is weapon of word and disobedience though is slow yet very effective to interact with masses, inspires masses to support revolt. I call positive revolution.
o On the other hand negative methods are used to terrorize society in order to gain support are for causes which opposition feels is cause that society should accept and follow. This type of revolt comes into existence when both category accepter and non-accepters comprise the society. Rather support from limited members, which are to be forced on society to follow. Certain sections they choose by inspiring them to join by their teaching and other incentives, this section is normally poor and uneducated class. Terrorizing methods are used to make non-accepters to agree if not die or leave. In this case major percentage of non-accepters leave the society in fear of terror and opposition gets full support from remaining members of society. Sacrificing and persecuting others achieve this objective. To my opinion this is TERROR-ISM and negative revolution. Who create to achieve objective and gather mass support by terror are terrorists.
Intensity of terrorisms and their activities succeed in the countries, which have high rate of poverty, high percentage of illiteracy and unemployment. Poor needs food and clothing, illiterate and unemployed needs source of income and terrorisms need support from deprived mass and people for sourcing income (through illegal sources as legal source is not open for them) to spread campaign. For an unemployed poor legal or illegal employment is no issue his/her issue is food and life. These illegal activities give birth to criminal objects and corruption in the countries. Nearly 60% or more poor live in human world and Asia dominates in this most. As Asia is now most affected of terrorism virus and now spreading wings to other parts of the world so Poverty A SUBJECT that is directly connected to mass support for terrorism. Large scale of terrorism spread in the world is alarming and World should give alleviation of poverty as priority. World should work on generating employment that will not only increase the employment but will also help in generating demand for consumer products. I have also flashed my opinion of poverty in below mentioned web site. I shall be grateful if you click and give your comments.
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