This one does. His points are all good-to-great; if our lousy-to-hopeless civilian commanders used them, our military would fill those murderous barbarians with the terror they should so rightfully feel.
And #2 is address something that offends me personally.
… if you choose to not play by our rules, then you get no respect from the Geneva Convention, and that is because the Geneva Convention says I don’t have to.
Amen! Though I contend that G.C. signatories are morally required to treat such guys worse than “lawful” warriors. Moral and mental idiots claim that summary force and disdain makes us “no better than them.” Wrong. Failure to treat guerrillas in accordance with their behavior effectively rewards such murderous behavior.
I’m opposed to the Geneva Convention because such accords will always hobble moral warriors while empowering the merciless ones. But as long as we’re part of it we are morally obligated to grind the bastards down as much as it permits.