Social issues were at another alarming effect that the effects of 9/11 had on the U.S.A. The attack was felt globally. The damage that was done to the World Trade Center left the country shattered with bits and pieces for this country to try and piece back together again. The World Trade Center was a very valuable asset to the Nation’s welfare. When the two buildings collapsed, the effects
Anyone (although public figures were primarily targeted) could have been involved in communist activities – a prevalent fear in the minds of many American citizens – and therefore discriminated against. In view of the horrors of the war, the utter terror derived from the mere thought of America going communist, and the irrationality of the people, many historians chose to view the past with less harsh an eye. Many of America’s past follies were looked upon in a brighter light, as well as its faults made to seem more justified. In view of the foul events taking place, it was a natural reaction to look upon the past in a more positive manner. The cold war, for example, can be viewed a great many ways; however for 2 decades following WWII the Soviets were viewed as the aggressors when plenty of evidence (such as many American missiles facing the border of the Soviet Union from bordering countries) is available to suggest that the Soviets were not the only justified in some of their actions but that the US was the real aggressor at times.
The Americans were really upset they were making phone called being rude and disrespectful to the the Middle Eastern families. That’s why everyone should have looked outside the box and see that any colored race could have attack to. The impacted that it had on people from my generation is that a lot of children lost their parents or family member so there probably thinking "I have no one to turn to, so they start having behavior problems" and really things aren't going right for them. The terrorism attack had bought good impact too…That anything can happen in a matter of seconds. The security System has really changed after 9/11, basically the Airport has been escalated, where they check every single thing on you and they also do randomly checks on anyone if does matter what colored race you are.
Long after the years where they had to fight for their land and their freedom (by the way, at the expense of the American Indians), they seem to have become completely paranoid. The September 11, 2001 tragedy did not help to invert that trend. So why is that so? The answer that Michael Moore is presenting in "Bowling for Columbine” is that Americans are being controlled by fears, oh, not their own, but fears actually instilled by repetitive and diverse media coverage. According to him, the constant spreading of fears of just about anything and anyone is benefiting some large corporations as well as the authorities in place.
Terrorists are extremists who believe that they are supposed to hurt a certain group of people because their god or someone that they obey and respect told them that this is the right thing to do because that group is a possible threat to themselves or their religion so they want to take them out before the people group can hurt them. There are also more reasons why terrorists attack but this is one of the main reasons. Since 9/11 has happened, these beliefs and practices have not stopped or disappeared. If anything they have strengthened and become more dangerous than they were before. Since this is a great possibility, terrorist extremists may have become more extreme in their tactic than they were before 9/11 happened.
The anger the terrorist had against America is unethical. It does not make it right. Bush points out that, “Terrorist attacks can shake the foundation of our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch the foundation of America”. Our nation has always been strong but these evil acts have affected many. The nation came together to give blood and help in anyway.
Government In times of Crisis Mayor Rudy Giuliani has earned great praise for the role he played in the response to the terrorist attack in New York on September 11th at the time, but he has also become the subject of heavy speculation regarding preparedness before the attack and aspects of the response afterwards. His major fault was in his immediate reaction of assurance because it was indeed lack of preparedness that could have led to the deaths of the first responders at the scene of the attacks. Another ill prepared aspect of the event was The Office of Emergency Management being in the World Trade Center therefore unable to coordinate efforts between police and firefighters for the rescue properly due to their own evacuation from the attacks at the time. Giuliani was highly visible in the aftermath of September 11th. After the attacks, Giuliani coordinated the response of various city departments while organizing the support of state and federal
The documentary makes me believe that the media wanted to put this fear into the publics eyes so they would support the war more. I say this because when the mainstream would print pictures or film the crash sights they would only use footage and prints of intense explosions, a lot of burning shrapnel and picture of marines that ducking or covering themselves with the look of utter fear in their eyes. This creates the image that we were really struggling during these conflicts when in actuality we were winning most of these battles that the media claimed to be so harsh on our
In which was the world’s main concern in so many ways; that Moore turned his eye on George W. Bush and his misleading war on the terrorism agenda arguing. Bush failed businessman connections to the royal house of Saudi of Arabia and the Bin laden election on fraudulent circumstances was more important (Rather). Bush ignored warnings of the looming betrayal by his foreign partners when that treacherous plane hit the New York building on September 11, killing innocent people working. But yet, Bush continued to send troops over, trying to prove a point that the Americans were much stronger, but actually it made them weaken as a nation, and in the armed forces as Moore stated in the documentary that the government failed more in that day than ever before. Moore named the film “Fahrenheit” which is a title of a book named Fahrenheit 451 by an author (Ray Bradbury) in which it is a book about burning of books literally, and figuratively.
Televisions were considered to be anti-war influences because the media showed horrible things happening in Vietnam that cause the public to give less support. The media not only affected the nature of the war to the public but it also changes the minds of Americans on their own people. "Critics in the government, the military, and elsewhere claim that the media was dominated by the antiwar journalists who poisoned the American public against the war by delivering superficial and negative coverage of the conflict. (pg 177 Walter). This shows how Walter noticed that people attentions were grabbed by the over coverage the news released.