America safety and security was changed forever on the misfortune day of September 11, 2001. This paper will reflect over the different threats the US might face in future. It will also discuss some strategies on how United States can increase it resources. Last, it will reflect my learning experience from this course.
One of the modest popular and leading books in reference to this 911 Misfortune is the book called, “Invasion How America Still Welcome Terrorist, Criminals, and Other Foreign Menaces to our Shores,” by Michelle Malkin. This book was published in 2002 and is still today used today in countless graduate programs of criminal justice for required reading. It also a book that was on the New York Bookseller for a longtime.
This book is highly recommended by countless people throughout the criminal justice and the politics professions. Regardless, of Malkin being a Republican she presented solid logic evidence. After experience the horrors and the aftermath from the 911 Misfortune, it comes to down the famous words of JFK, ““Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer. Let us not seek to fix the blame for the past. Let us accept our own responsibility for the future. ”
Through this we learn from this book that the government needs to take better measures with immigrants with expired visa, the borders need to be enforced for security, and airports have to take better protocol with safety. These are some of main points of the book.
Again, this is what needed to address the different threats that US might encounter. It also explains the potential implications of future terrorist attacks. If the vista problem is not solved, it cans possible lead to repeat tragedy of 911. While Pearl Harbor was many years ago, it was still attack that brought lessons, the government needs to learn to prevent from happening again. Again the same principles apply for 911 Tragedy.
This course has been a great reflection of how America can be prone to attack. It has taught the government needs to provide the available resources and money to the correct departments to ensure our safety. It has taught that the past history of America, must never be forgotten and to learn from it. It has me prouder to be an American due to the dedication and loyalty of firemen and police officers on 911 Misfortune.
Malkin, Michelle. Invasion how America still welcome terrorists, criminals, and other foreign menaces to our shores. Washington D.C: Regency Publishing, INC, 2002. Print
United States Safe