No, but seriously, I've been reading about Eta's ceasfire. ( http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/4839554.stm , for a summary) And, of course, I'm American, so I don't know anything except what Pat Robertson and Doctor Dobson tell me, but I really wasn't aware of the scale of Eta's campaign. I sort of understand the Basque movement, but was Eta really that significant, or damaging to Spain? I mean, according to the BBC, they've killed 800 people in the past fourty years. That doesn't sound like much. Consider that the IRA killed more than 3000 people during the Troubles, and Ireland is a hell of a lot smaller than Spain. It just doesn't seem that significant. Am I wrong? Can any Europeans (or more specifically, Spaniards) shed some light on this?