In 1920 a horse-drawn wagon filled with explosives was blown up on Wall Street in NYC, killing 38 people and injuring hundreds. The perpetrators were never caught.
Between the end of the Civil War until the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s, White people in the South were known to terrorize Black families who tried to move into wealthy communities by bombing or setting fire to their homes. These relatively frequent acts of terrorism have been compared to modern bombings in Afghanistan.
A man was awarded the Queen’s Gallantry Medal for kicking a would-be suicide bomber in the balls during the 2007 terrorist attack on Glasgow Airport.
Nelson Mandela wasn’t removed from the US terror watch list until 2008.
In 2006, The FBI planted an informant in a Southern California mosque who pretended to be a radical Muslim and the Muslims at the mosque reported him to the FBI.
A counter-terrorism expert in the FBI continuously warned of an impending Al-Qaeda terrorist attack 5-6 years prior to 9/11. He was pushed out of the FBI in 2001 and took a job as security head in August… at the WTC where he died when the towers fell.
On 9/11 2 men were arrested on the George Washington Bridge with a truck full of explosives and for some reason this never became a big story.
In 2003 a German citizen, whose name is similar to that of a terrorist, was captured by the CIA while traveling on a vacation, then tortured and raped in detention.
In the past 9 years of its existence, the TSA (Transportation Security Administration) hasn’t caught any terrorists.
Osama bin Laden was treated in an American hospital in Dubai and met with the CIA and Saudis – two months prior to 9/11 . . .according to French intelligence services.