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Freedom Fighter=Terrorist?

Is said statement true?


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A1CBOZ

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I'm sure most of you have heard the old saying:

One nations terrorist is another nations freedom-fighter

Does anyone agree with this statement? I think it is absurd to think that. They loose the freedom fighter status when they start bombing civilians and killing innocents.
 
I think that the term "freedom fighter" is relative, and refers to the ends sought. I also think that "terrorist" is a relative term, and it refers to the measn used. So someone could hypothetically be both.
 
I think that the term "freedom fighter" is relative, and refers to the ends sought. I also think that "terrorist" is a relative term, and it refers to the measn used. So someone could hypothetically be both.
At the risk of making a "me too" post, me too.
 
Freedom fighter = terrorist who won.
 
Generally, if the U.S., Britain, Israel, Japan, Australia, etc. designate him as a terrorist, he's absolutely a terrorist.

If Kenya, Mexico, Tunisia, Pakistan, etc. designate him as a terrorist, he's probably either a little of both or neither at all.

If Cuba, Zimbabwe, North Korea, etc. designate him as a terrorist, he's a freedom fighter.
 
Freedom Fighter = amadeus
 
Freedom Fighter = amadeus
That would also do.

However, I would not want to be a T-shirt for odor-ridden hippies trying to relive the 1960s; the only alternative would be to manufacture the shirts to have a stench detection device that would cause the shirt to self-destruct if it comes in contact with the offensive odor.

The sole purpose of this mechanism would be to protect my reputation as someone that very highly values personal hygiene.
 
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