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23 June, 18:06

How does the Global War on Terror compare to past military conflicts, such as

World War Il or Vietnam?

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  1. 23 June, 18:26
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    The war on terror is a war fought in the mind. Terrorist ideologies are held in the minds of individuals willing to carry out attacks on any given target with the intent of spreading fear and a message. The war in Vietnam may have been to combat communism, but we left after a certain while. We weren't contentiously attacked by Viet Cong after pulling out of the area, like we are by terrorists. The war on terror is a war that will never end, as the war's main "general" is in the mind, and you cannot wage war on the thoughts of individuals.
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