You're wrong.No, they aren't.. they are the same thing. The point of guerrilla warfare is to strike terror into the "enemy". Terrorism is the same thing. The whole point of both is to make one feel terror.
A prime example of a combat multiplier, as I pointed out earlier.Yes, we do. We run School of the Americas (known as WHINSEC) at Ft. Benning. Lot of famous dictators and "terrorist" US trained. Groups (including Delta) routinely trained during the 70's, 80's and 90's in Colombia and other South American countries. Hell, the Phoenix Program during Vietnam is a prime example of it. I never said they win wars. I said they trained and committed acts of terrorism, which they have.
Oh! My bad! You're an American that hates America, not an Austrian that hates America.Dude, you just proved my point. Austrianecon is Austrian Economics. I don't live in Austria and I am actually a US citizen. So try harder.
They were combat multipliers and performed a very small role in the overall war.LMFAO. Francis Marion, David Wooster, William Richardson, and Daniel Morgan. The kept the British busy in the South so Washington could move in the North. Hell, American tactics during the war was to to send the militia out to harass the British for periods and once the British were stretched, on then conventional attacks would happen.
I bet you left out some very important facts in that one...LOL!!! Ever hear of the '48 War? 6-Day War? Yom Kippur War? Those were all conventional engagements.Small part for Israel? Israelis groups such as Lehi, Haganah and Irgun bombed buildings, sent mail bombs, massacred Muslims and did everything the IRA still does. Hell, Lehi even offered Nazi Germany support if they ousted the British from Palestine. Israel exists because the British got fed up with fighting two sides.
Guerilla tactics don't decide wars. Never have and never will.