UK – Shattered faith, fresh optimism and split opinion
It’s misplaced anger to blame governments when terrorists strike. The blame falls squarely upon the shoulders of the terrorist and those who inspire such atrocities.
Unlike the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on New York and Washington or the March 11, 2004, bombings in Madrid, the London attacks have not brought the nation together under a unified rallying cry — of war, in the case of the United States, or of withdrawal from war, in the case of Spain.
A year later, Britons are struggling for the proper response.
The strongest unifying factor seems to be anger at the government.