They [the West] want to believe that there is a way to end terrorism without violence; that if we just throw enough money at the problem, it will eventually go away. Of course that will not work. Terrorists' grievances have less to do with personal anger and disaffection and more to do with the religious ideology they've sworn their lives to. This necessitates a fundamentally different approach. They cannot be appeased. They cannot be reasoned with. They cannot be bribed with better jobs or cars or democratic rights. They can only be defeated.