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Con esta portada Time dice suficiente al terrorismo (+Video)

La revista Time se manifestó con una contundente portada contra el terrorismo de los supremacistas blancos en EEUU, a propósito de las masacres que se registraron en Dayton y El Paso el pasado fin de semana.

Bajo el lema Enough (Suficiente) en la portada se pueden visualizar los nombres de las ciudades donde han ocurrido asesinatos producto del terrorismo. El tema ha hecho reaccionar a la opinión pública mundial, por ende se posición a nivel mundial la etiqueta #EnoughIsEnough.  

Este miércoles el presidente de los EEUU, Donald Trump, arribó a las ciudades donde ocurrieron los hechos, donde fue recibido por protestas contra su posición sobre los inmigrantes, y para exigirle mayor control de armas.

 

 

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When you think of a terrorist, what do you see? For more than a generation, the image lurking in Americans’ nightmares has resembled the perpetrators of the 9/11 attacks: an Islamic jihadist. Not a 21-year-old white supremacist from a prosperous Dallas suburb. But long before that young man drove to El Paso, Texas, on Aug. 3 and allegedly murdered at least 22 people at a Walmart crammed with back-to-school shoppers, it was clear that white nationalists have become the face of terrorism in America. From 2009 through 2018, the far right has been responsible for 73% of domestic extremist-related fatalities, according to a 2019 study by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). In the wake of the El Paso attack, which was followed by a second mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio, roughly 13 hours later, Trump promised to give federal authorities “whatever they need” to combat domestic terrorism. The day after the El Paso attack, the top federal prosecutor in western Texas declared that the incident would be treated as terrorism. “We’re going to do what we do to terrorists in this country, which is deliver swift and certain justice,” said U.S. Attorney John Bash. This language matters, experts say. If we cannot call an evil by its name, how can we hope to defeat it? Read more at the link in bio. Illustration by John Mavroudis (@zenpop) for TIME; Animation by @brobeldesign

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