Terrorism of any type cannot succeed if the people refuse to be terrorized.
The most powerful way to represent power has always been to refuse to represent it.
Yuval Noah Harari:
Terrorists don't think like army generals; they think like theatre producers.
The fact that parts of our government wanted to kill, without a trial, a citizen who, even if convicted, will face a maximum of fifteen years in prison, illustrates the dramatic divide between the military and law enforcement models for addressing terrorism. Remote-control killing without trial away from battlefields should be disturbing regardless of the passport the victim holds.
No one cares. [Americans] don't give a shit.
As a military, we have to embrace openness.
The only thing that seems to truly terrorize the industry is the prospect of transparency and public accountability.
People don't even seem to recognize the damage these [police body] cameras will do ...