Not surprisingly, the all-powerful evocation of terrorism is reserved only for those acts that threa

Not surprisingly, the all-powerful evocation of terrorism is reserved only …

Not surprisingly, the all-powerful evocation of terrorism is reserved only for those acts that threaten the government-sponsored status quo, but not that perpetrated by the state or corporations against the population. So, for example, the ugly history of white people lynching, bombing, and killing Blacks in the United States is not understood, taught, or remembered as a part of the homeland’s history of terrorism.

Henry A. Giroux