Who are the top of the bureaucracy of 'the war on terrorism'? What are the principles of their work?
I think that there are some military fundamentals, which are important to understand.
The first thing is that it is quite impossible for American militarists to get any conventional military hegemony in the world.
It is true that American spending for weapons and for military in general is by far bigger than that by any other nation. But that does not make the United States of America superior in force in the conventional military sense compared to many other nations.
Already the war in Vietnam proved that only by using bigger amounts of conventional military technologies you cannot beat a smaller but determined army, if you don't either try to occupy the whole country or destroy the whole infrastructure of the country. The long and unsuccessful present war in Afghanistan is another proof of the same thing.
Furthermore nowadays concerning conventional military technologies, some nations notably Russia, China and India have got technologies, which are at least as powerful as those of America or powerful enough to destroy the whole infrastructure of the United States of America.
Even if America has got about 700 overseas military bases, they have got no way to get any military hegemony in the conventional sense, because exactly those overseas bases make the military structure of America very vulnerable.
The second thing is that in America they have already got such a law system, which gives to the military commander of the already started and declared war, the right to use any existing or later developed weapons, which they think are needed
There is no need to ask any permissions of the president to use for example nuclear weapons during the already started war.
The second thing means that after 'the war on terrorism' has been already started, the military leaders can use any kinds of weapons they want. And they can use those weapons against anybody.
Because the vague definition of 'the terrorist' means they can declare anybody to be 'a terrorist'.
The first thing means that the military commanders of 'the war on terrorism' are bound to use all kinds of indirect methods like spying technologies, arresting, torturing and in general terrorizing the people 'to win the war'.
Because they know that by the conventional means they probably cannot win.
But who are the top bureaucracy of 'the war of terror'?
It is we. It is all of us. We have to stop that madness.
'The war on terrorism' is the war of terror against the freedom of the people.
The present president of the United States of America has told that 'the war on terrorism' is his top agenda. We need to get him to change his mind.
First all the information should be released about the things going on in the jails where people suspected to be 'terrorists' are being tortured and kept illegally.
Next we need the information about the spying methods the present administration is using against American citizens and against foreign nationals.