These political clashes are a common occurrence in Africa, with many regimes in direct conflict with other factions. Even if the Cabindan’s have reverted to peaceful tactics in their struggle to secede from Angola, the main government still accuses them of terrorism. Though this is not necessarily a case of explicit corruption, this reveals obvious bias. Like many other African political systems, Angola claims to be an upholder of impartial justice, though even the peaceful protests of the Cabindans is met with severe hostility. Though the government attempts to justify this through referencing the much more violent attacks from earlier in the decade, this is used mostly as a cover. It is a justification to continue silencing a group which asks for independence. We see these tactics not only in Angola or Africa, but in American politics as well. We attempt to generalize the ethnicities related to terrorism.