By Malcolm Evans /
June 7, 2017 /
Malcolm Evans – Who is the terrorist?
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Malcolm Evans is one of NZs best political cartoonists who was sacked from the NZ Herald for daring to suggest Israel was the new apartheid state.
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Terrorism alive and well and not always from a different culture to ours either.
Nelson Mandela was considered a Terrorist.
People who campaigned for an 8 hour working day were considered Terrorists.
If Terrorism is just on the amount of people killed and the amount of fear on civilians inflicted, I think it’s governments that deserve the term the most…
!00% agree SAVENZ.
The terrorism within, is the terror to fear most.
Chomsky has said, “War is terrorism!”
He also said, “Everybody’s worried about stopping terrorism. Well, there’s a really easy way: stop participating in it”.
Chomsky also mentioned that America was the biggest terrorists in the world and the International crinimal court agreed which gave rise to unilateral deployments and 10/1 civilian casualties to every one KIA.
Chomsky said, “War is terrorism.” He also said, “Everybody’s worried about stopping terrorism. Well, there’s a really easy way: stop participating in it”