Alt Left: 1976: The Year the Word Terrorism Was Born

Obviously humans will always commit terrorism, even though terrorism is a bullshit word thought up by (((certain people))) in the mid-70’s as part of a campaign to support some (((shitty little country))).

The term terrorism was actually dreamed up by pro-Israel Jews in the US and probably Israel right around 1976. I think it was part of an attack on an amendment to the Geneva Accords that gave guerrillas the same rights as state combatants.

Before, supposedly guerrillas were in the same category as “spies” because they didn’t wear uniforms and whatnot, and the death penalty was appropriate for them. But the new accords granted the same protections as soldiers and said that if captured, they should be treated as POW’s, which is exactly what captured guerrillas are.

Obviously (((certain people))) were fighting a war where most of their enemies were guerrillas, so they wanted to keep them in the spy category instead of treating them like typical state combatants of war. (((Nice people))).

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