Even though there are regulations put in place to restrict the power of militias, often times (and occasionally because local governments turn a blind eye), these organizations get away with overstepping their boundaries. Should groups like the KKK or neo-nazi party, who have repeatedly worked to intimidate and spread fear (i.e. carrying guns in rallies, this) be portrayed in the media as terrorists, just as ISIS is? Nowadays, we will hear them being called "hate groups" and "supremacist organizations", but a name I don't hear them being called is "domestic terrorists".
May 18, 2018
Pol Pot ■ He is a Khmer Nationalist, Cambodian revolutionary and politician who believes the theory of Moa ZeDone and Marxism, served as prime minister of Democratic Kampuchea from 1976-1979. ■ He is educated at Some of Cambodian’s elite schools, moved to Paris and also joined French Communist Party. ■ He and his army, called the Khmer Rouge, came to power in Cambodia in 1975. ■ He was named prime minister of the new communist government in 1976 and began a program of violet reform. ■ In hope of creating a society free of western influence, he abolished religion, institute, private property and evacuated cities. ■ Under his regime, forced labor, execution and famine killed ~2 million Cambodians. ■ The Khmer Genocide lasted 3 years-8 months-20 days Ironically, it was the Vietnamese who helped rid Cambodia of Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge. ■ Aided by defectors from the Khmer Rouge's main government, Vietnam fought to gain control of Phnom Phenh and finally succeeded on January 7, 1979. ■ January7,1979PolPotfellandfledtoThaiborder Sharing Info via my paper May I intive to share us what you know about more.