This hysteria surrounding terrorism has to do with playing upon people's fears concerning the weaknesses of the systems that are designed to protect them from such evils, but one must conclude that the whole approach is an evil, in and of itself, often terroristic in nature, and always about as useful as the government enforced labels that are slapped on the products that are meant to provide consumers with peace of mind in products sold.
Basically, in the case of terrorism, corrupt government is the product you are being sold, and the War on Terror is the label that they have slapped on it to provide you with confidence that it safe for your consumption. It isn't.
In other words, people need to make a serious effort to clean it up, and not just slap a label on it. Otherwise, serious perils will persist, as will unknown dangers that could tarnish the product's image indefinitely, making it impossible to sell, even after it has been purified, repackaged, and made more impervious to the taint that the labeling failed to address.