Thu, 10 Jan 2002 11:19:41 -0600
Marty Halvorson wrote:
> Nope, for a terrorist the battle is a violent act against unsuspecting
> people. A revolutionary commits a violent act against unsuspecting people
> incidental to the battle with a recognized foe.
That's fine in theory, but IMO the "real world" of conflicts doesn't always work
out so neatly. There may be differences between terrorists and revolutionaries,
but IMO the differences aren't existance of civilian casualties or intent to
cause / not cause them.
WAR! Huh! Hoo-hah good GOD, y'all, what is it good for?