You're too stupid to comprehend, but here's the lesson anyway:<quoted text>
Yes. Tell about how the first American patriots burned anyone who disagreed with them to death on a public street in broad daylight to terrorize the rest of the population.
"Terrorism is often used to change the status quo."
By terrorists only. Civilized people do not use terrorism.
What don't you understand about that?
As an example, the communists the Democrats helped during the Cold War were extreme terrorists as a matter of standard strategy and tactics.
Among combatants, terrorism is a constant notion and temptation. Americans almost never succumb. That was the most obvious difference between us and the communists during the Cold War.
And who did the Democrats join during the Cold War?
The terrorists, of course. Just like today, the Democrats joined the Arab terrorists.
What is it about terrorism that attracts the Democrats?
Sons of Liberty:
Patriots or Terrorists?
How A Secret Society of Rebel Americans
Made Its Mark on Early America
""It was the Boston Committee of Correspondence that directed the Boston Tea Party action of December 16, 1773.1 Upset with the lack of redress concerning the new tax on tea established by the British government for importation of tea to Boston, a small band of the Boston Committee of Correspondence members (approximately fifty in number) led by Samuel Adams, proceeded to empty three ships worth and 342 chests of tea into Boston Harbor in protest.2
Was this an early terrorist action or a patriotic action. Surely, the answer lies with perspective. If you were a British official, this action was treasonous and punishable by death. If you were an American colonial citizen, this event would be seen as a glorious action of the freedom fighters worthy of praise, pride, and acclaim.""
"Sometimes, the actions and reactions of the Sons of Liberty to the Stamp Act took a violent turn as recorded in a local New York City merchant's diary in April, 1765. Violence broke out with the arrival of a shipment of stamped paper to the Royal Governor's residence. Cadwallder Colden, the acting Royal Governor of the New York colony and scholarly correspondent of Benjamin Franklin and Dr. Samuel Johnson, was extremely frightened of the patriotic group and so locked himself up securely inside Fort George immediately after he received the stamped paper from British officials. A few hours after receiving the official papers, a raucous mob captured the governor's gilded and spectacular coach and reduced it to a pile of ashes. From here the mob (consisting largely of extremist elements of the New York Sons of Liberty) raced uptown to the home of Fort George's commander, smashing numerous windows and breaking into the wine cellar to sustain their "patriotism" before descending on the rest of the house in a convulsion of vandalism.7 Tarring and feathering Loyalists — those individuals who sympathized and were supportive of the British Crown, royal tax collectors, and other officials — was a common practice carried out by the more radical elements of the organizations."
Pouring boiling tar on people and killing them is so more humane than using tires. LOL
If there had been tires, the American Colonial Terrorists would have used them.
But that's way over an oil change gofer like yours pay grade.