One must also recognize the Corporate contribution to the public relations and media concentration on this event. First, when a country that runs on Corporate profits has a $700 billion military offense budget, the forces that profit from this budget will automatically mobilize their Media/public relations to make citizens feel frightened to maintain their profits. With the Iraq War wound down and the Afghan War winding down, a new area to generate profit must be found/annointed. Nothing like the threat of war to perk up those arms manufacturers and logistics support budget. War is profitable and damn good business, and business controls lots of press. Try to separate the truth from the profit. Impossible. Anyway, don't underestimate the power of hype for profit. The business of the USA is business, and war is a damn good business. Something seems to demand recognition in that last sentence.