Am afraid Chris, there always will be diff in views of people who experience terrorism around themselves adn those who read about it. and no one really can help it. just to take a hypothetical situation. the natives in Australia definitely do not enjoy the same economic and social well being than the mainstream population. lets say they start demanding something. Australian govt doesnt find value in these damnds. in response they start planting bombs in churches and cafes in sydney and melbourne. ur police will respond. for me sitting 1000s of miles away, I can easily say, hey u took away their land and country and u r still suppressing them. trust me, the way the world media and opinion will hound u, ull run for cover explaining this phenomenon. why this has not happened in Australia is not because the mainstream population has ensured fair distribution of opportunities and wealth, but because this terrorist ideology and mindset is alien to them. m not sure if i got my point
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