- Oct 2019
- United States
Implying a guerrilla is a little warrior. Don't be pedantic.Well Guerilla doesn’t mean warrior. It means “little war”.
What we call Terrorism today is just the conventional powers moralizing the dirty facts of war to the advantage of their propaganda machines, and the protection of commercial interests.And the IRA of the 70s and 80s did not wage a guerilla campaign, the didnt dare. They ran a terror campaign like a certain modern religious group.
Yes, they are.And civilians are NOT legitimate targets in war...
No, and the IRA weren't capable of fighting conventional battles.Can you name one actual battle the IRA fought?
I'm neither of those. OP asked a silly question, I thought I'd try and open up, but I learned my lesson not to post in this forum again. Replying in this place is like stepping on caltrops.^ Well, there goes this thread. Gonna have tommies and nira at each others throats in a minute...