Activists Who Shut Down High­ways Aren’t ‘Pro­test­ers.’ They’re Ter­ror­ists.

Activists Who Shut Down Highways Aren’t ‘Protesters.’ They’re Terrorists.

The first tar­get in any pro­tract­ed mil­i­tary cam­paign is pret­ty much always infra­struc­ture.
When the U.S. invad­ed Iraq with a “shock and awe” strat­e­gy, we hit the bridges right away. We did the same thing in Yugoslavia, Viet­nam, and Korea. The rea­son for that is pret­ty sim­ple: If you shut down trans­porta­tion, you shut down the coun­try.
The pur­pose of tak­ing out bridges and air­ports isn’t to con­vince any­one that you’re right. It’s not a moral argu­ment. The point is to dis­able your ene­my as quick­ly as …