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  • We Should Mutha Fuckas

    WE should because it will help our people. After we give them what they want then we can go blammmma on them. By doing this it will strike fear in other terrorist organisations because they will say ohh shit they gave them what they wanted and then killed them and left thier bodies to rot and get picked apart by buzzards. Now thats some scary SHIT.

  • We Should Mutha Fuckas

    WE should because it will help our people. After we give them what they want then we can go blammmma on them. By doing this it will strike fear in other terrorist organisations because they will say ohh shit they gave them what they wanted and then killed them and left thier bodies to rot and get picked apart by buzzards. Now thats some scary SHIT.

  • Of-fucking-course we do!

    Come on, people. Take that whole pride and bullshit out of your heads and THINK! Terrorist organizations don't do shit just to be evil for no reason. Everyone has a reason to do whatever the fuck they are doing. Yes, some terrorist organizations aren't willing to negotiate or their goals are pretty much total annihilation of a group or state, but that doesn't mean every single "terrorist" group is god damn ISIS.

    Look at Hamas, for example. They are being tagged as terrorists, maybe even put on the same level as ISIS (Or Daesh, or the non-Islamic non-state, or whatever the hell is the flavor of the month) when those guys have been trying to reach a mutual agreement between Israel and the Palestinian people for ages. Are their methods non-ortodox? Of course. Are they okay? Nope. But why keep on jacking off our big "FREEDOM ISN'T FREE" wieners instead of actually hearing what they request, sitting with a representative and at least give them the feeling that they are being heard and someone actually gives a fuck about them. Violence is most of the time reached when a group is not heard, when people scream at the top of their lungs and no one listen. That's when people grab their weapons and decide to make changes themselves.

  • There is no universal answer.

    If the goal is to resolve the issue, rather than to avenge, to achieve peace rather than play into popular anger, then all means should be considered. First, Do they have stable popular support? If 'no', then perhaps they can be suppressed using military option; if yes, we should understand why, what are their incentives, reasons to fight, goals they are trying to achieve. More likely than not a political resolution can be eventually achieved by involving them in peaceful political process. There is no alternative - we cannot kill all the terrorist when new people constantly join 'the cause', we have to understand and address the root causes

  • Think first, Do later

    We should negotiate with terrorist. Think of it like this, think first do later. True that we could just go in and attack and bomb their grounds, but why not try find a peaceful solution. By that I don't mean if everything goes downhill, don't attack or don't do something. Its not surrender. Its a way to try to avoid more death

  • Negotiating terrorists only exacerbates the situation

    Do you think the terrorists would listen to us? No way! Terrorists want to earn profit. However, negotiating is fair. It is not profitable but it is also not a loss. Also, we have to listen to terrorists' desires because they have a lot of hostages and if we do not listen to them, the hostages will be dead. So, if we negotiate with terrorists, it only exacerbates the situation.

  • Differing western to eastern values.

    Many professionals in the area of negotiation believe in four principles of negotiation. Separating people from the issue, focusing on interests not problems, inventing options for mutual gain, and insisting upon objective criteria.

    However I believe ever since Marxism economical cost benefit analysis has been placed at the centre of all conflicts in the west. However in the East religion, relationships, and emotions take the centre piece of many negotiations - thus due to these principally differing of values, the 'principles of negotiation' are vastly less effective for negotiation in eastern countries such as Afghanistan or Syria.

    Posted by: 09ek
  • Differing western to eastern values.

    Many professionals in the area of negotiation believe in four principles of negotiation. Separating people from the issue, focusing on interests not problems, inventing options for mutual gain, and insisting upon objective criteria.

    However I believe ever since Marxism economical cost benefit analysis has been placed at the centre of all conflicts in the west. However in the East religion, relationships, and emotions take the centre piece of many negotiations - thus due to these principally differing of values, the 'principles of negotiation' are vastly less effective for negotiation in eastern countries such as Afghanistan or Syria.

  • We should negotiate with some terrorists

    If we negotiate with terrorists it could be dangerous, but the terrorists may give some valuable information. It depends on how you see a terrorists some may see them fighting for there freedom and rights. There is also some depending on what the cause is to negotiate if it is for freedom and rights and help then we should negotiate.Some are just ordinary people taking irrational measures to get our attention and make us care about what terrible things are going on in their area.
    A terrorist is basically a person with another point of view on society in there countries. There is no other way they can tell how and what there suffering from so they turn to an alternative way. If we respond this seems like a sine of weakness but it is really a sine of peace and there is less conflict between those two countries. This could also prevents pointless murder of soldiers and women and children and just to prevent showing a sine of weakness but actually a sine of peace and what they have to say in some cases may actually want a reasonable peace negotiation

  • It's our responsibility to address any reasons they've decided to attack us

    Everyone has flaws. Many people are known to overreact. That doesnt make them less human..

    Now, contrary to popular belief, not all terrorists are religious extremists who bomb us because we're "unclean" and "sinful"...

    Some are just ordinary people taking irrational measures to get our attention and make us care about what terrible things are going on in their area. Does that make it right for them to kill our people?

    No. But we do need to take measures to ensure that people dont have to go through this again. War cannot be fought with more war, unless the end goal is genocide.

  • Leave well enough alone.

    I think of terrorists like my little brother: They'll sit there, take your stuff, and bug you until you give in. Of course, the real terrorists have guns, and are much less mentally stable. However, I know, from experience that if you leave well enough alone, then they'll eventually lose interest in fighting, and move on to another tactic.

  • It gives them power.

    I don't think we should negotiate with terrorists because if we negotiate with terrorists then they have the power to do what they want. If we don't give them the power then only a few lives may be lost rather that many lives being lost. It is basically choosing the lesser of two evils.

  • It gives them power.

    I don't think we should negotiate with terrorists because if we negotiate with terrorists then they have the power to do what they want. If we don't give them the power then only a few lives may be lost rather that many lives being lost. It is basically choosing the lesser of two evils.

  • Costs more Lives

    When we decide that one of the many prisoners kept hostage by a terroist group is worth giving money or other terroist leaders. We are not helping people but putting more and more peoples lives on the line because now the groups have more power then they did before. Its not worth it.

  • Win Win Deal?

    When you negotiate in a deal, all strive for a Win Win outcome. At first glance, it appears that getting a U.S. soldier returned for five terrorists is a Win Win outcome. However, looking forward, the Win Win outcome becomes less clear, now the terrorists know its a 5 to 1 ratio. Lose Lose situation for our troops overseas.

  • It encourages terrorism.

    Because it encourages terrorist activities. It motivate terrorists to capture hostages in hope of getting what they want. That is how terrorist win through negotiations. So negotiations give the terrorist an upper hand to begin with. It also emboldens terrorism and reinforces them that their terrorist activities are working. No we should not negotiate with terrorist.

  • Impeach before he pulls another bomb out of his sleeve. All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.

    Mr. B. Obahma, You have disgraced the good men and women around the world fighting against what you have just sanctioned.

    Shame, shame on you and our public for allowing you to continue your reign of terror within our country.

    Who are you to change our long standing policies that we have followed to protect ourselves. Go back to where your Grandmother swears she saw, and was so proud of you, where you were born.

    Shame on us for being complacent thinking "Bankrupting us"
    and passing a tax bill disguised as Obama Care was the worst you could do to us . I'm sure you have more up your foreign sleeve.

    "I hope you shot yourself in the foot", ...That's an American saying bye the way......With this move. It will endanger all Americans everywhere!
    How dare you to run this country like a King and not a democracy!!

    All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.....

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  • Impeach before he pulls another bomb out of his sleeve. All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.

    Mr. B. Obahma, You have disgraced the good men and women around the world fighting against what you have just sanctioned.

    Shame, shame on you and our public for allowing you to continue your reign of terror within our country.

    Who are you to change our long standing policies that we have followed to protect ourselves. Go back to where your Grandmother swears she saw, and was so proud of you, where you were born.

    Shame on us for being complacent thinking "Bankrupting us"
    and passing a tax bill disguised as Obama Care was the worst you could do to us . I'm sure you have more up your foreign sleeve.

    "I hope you shot yourself in the foot", ...That's an American saying bye the way......With this move. It will endanger all Americans everywhere!
    How dare you to run this country like a King and not a democracy!!

    All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.....

    .

  • No, they will not listen.

    No, we should not negotiate with terrorists, because they will not negotiate. The only thing a terrorist will listen to is being given everything that they want. There is no meeting in the middle where a terrorist is concerned. We should respond to force with terrorists, because that is the only way to suppress them.

  • You don't negotiate with terrorists

    The terrorists seek attention to their message. If you negotiate them, you're giving that attention to their message, and you're validating their tactics. If you negotiate with terrorists, you're accomplishing their goal, and you're proving to them that their tactics are effective - thus they will keep using their tactics and have bigger and bigger demands every time like a kindergarten bully. Negotiating with terrorists is the same as feeding trolls in an Internet forum.


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