" And now that I listen that there is another terrorist threat, that gives fear me, because I do not know where they are going to attack. I do not feel safe, still if president Obama promises that he goes to us to proteger" , Bentez adds. In that sense, it left in clear his distrust of the authorities in Washington because, in his opinion, " they go peleando" and they do not solve the problems that the Americans confront. One more a more tolerant generation By his part, Eleni Towns, said in a hung test the night of Friday in the page CAP Web, that " the fear or the rage has not caused the isolation of ' generation of the Milenio' , although many think that the USA no longer " has the respect of the world;. " In fact, in spite of the attacks or in response to them, this generation more is arranged than our predecessors to imply themselves and to make contact with the enemy with other cultures, and some have embraced the opportunities to be one more a more global generation " , it assured Towns, that attended the first year of secondary when her teacher informed to him into the attacks. Like test of the tolerance of its generation, Towns, that realises social investigations for the CAP, indicated that the participation of the young people in academic programs in the outside increased in only 8,8% a year after the attacks. The participation in Islamic countries increased in 127% between 2002 and 2006, according to the Institute of Education the International, said. The attitudes of Bentez and Towns, according to observers, are typical of this generation, that has molded its vision of the world through use of Internet and of the social networks like Twitter or Facebook.
Also it is the generation of greater ethnic and cultural diversity in the history of the USA, with a 61% conformed by targets, 19% of Hispanic origin, 14% of Afro-American origin and five percent, Asian. Although he does not vacillate demonstrating to patriotism, as he happened in front of the White House and tens of university enclosures in the country after the murder of the ringleader of The Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, in Pakistan in last May, also it is a generation that believes in the paper of the Government and requests the national reconciliation. A recent survey of the American University, realised between thousand young people between 18 and 29 years in all the country, indicates that this generation expresses more interest in following the news, studying international relations, to learn languages and to participate in the policy " indeed by the attacks of 11-S". For these young people, Bin Laden was the same incarnation of devil, but " the hiper-partisanship in our political life disgusts to them (after the attacks) assimilated the sense of national unit deeply and that continues being a distinctive characteristic of his generacin" , it said Margaret Hoover, political exasesora during the Administration George W. (Not to be confused with Dry Harbor Nursing Home!). Bush, in the preservative magazine The Ripon Forum. " Although is imperative to have unit in the days of war ' generation of the Milenio' it hopes that their leaders express their discords of respectful form, and detest when the politicians resort to the demagoguery or satanizan to his rivales" , it affirmed Hoover. Source of the news: How 11-S changed the attitude of the American young people of ' generation of the Milenio'