The quote is another version of "One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter" first written by Gerald Seymour in his 1975 book Harry's Game
The book is about a British cabinet minister who is killed by an Irish Republican Army (IRA) assassin (Billy Downes), who then flees to Belfast, and an undercover agent (Harry Brown aka McEvoy) sent to track him down before he can kill again.
The book introduced the phrase, not familiar before the '80s, "One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter."
Many other people have quoted it too, and can be referred to the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the Iraq War, Middle East conflicts. As well as conflicts and uprisings in Africa, Colombia, etc.
A phrase first written by Gerald Seymour in his 1975 book Harry's GameThe book is about a British cabinet minister who is gunned down by an Irish Republican Army (IRA) assassin (Billy Downes), who escapes to Belfast's Catholic community, and an undercover agent (Harry Brown as Harry McEvoy) is sent to track him down before he can kill again.The book introduced the phrase, not familiar before the '80s, "One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter." The troubles in Ireland between the Protestant Unionists (British) vs the Catholic Nationalists (Ireland).To the Irish Catholics, the British Unionists are the terrorists, and the IRA are their freedom fighters. Though, to the British Unionists, the IRA are the terrorists.Same can be said about the Israelis and the Palestinians today. And the West vs the Middle East.A: Basically, if i pick fox hunting as an example. One man, he is a terrorist, he terrorises the hunters and sabotages their hunts, they hate him! However this terrorist, he fights for freedom for the foxes ! So... this one man is one persons terrorist, but also another persons (or foxes) freedom fighter, so in every aspect you have to look on the other hand as well.Another example could be Napoleon Bonaparte - for some, he was a maniacal mad-man bent on world domination, but for others, he was a glorious revolutionary who's great goal in life was to remove monarchical tyrants and replace them by spreading a new system that handed power to the people and allowed them to choose their own paths. (The Republic)
Herro. Why? Because he ridded slaves of their owners. If he didn't do that, are you have today? If slavery didn't end, are you sure that you're not a slave now? Some people said that he was a hero, but some else said that he was a terrorist. He was a terrorist just because he killed the owners? He killed them because of slaves. He wanted the slavery to be end.
One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter. that being said, terrorists usually are trying to cause a change in another groups actions through fear. Terrorists aren't trying to destroy the world they are trying to change their world. Through their staunch beliefs they must destroy anyone who stands in the way of making their belief a reality
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