What if another country sent its army to invade and occupy the United States because it thought that the U.S. was a threat to that country's survival with the U.S. weapons of mass destruction, and that the U.S. government was not really democratic? Would that country be a "liberator" or would it be an "invader"?
What if you resisted the occupation with counter force? Would you be an "insurgent" or would you be a "patriot"?
What if citizens of Canada and Mexico came into the U.S. to help resist the occupation with counter force? Would they be "foreign terrorists" or would they be "friends in need"?
What if the invading/occupying army destroyed many U.S. cities with bombs and missiles because of resistance to the occupation there? Would they be considered as "liberators" or would they be called "barbarians"?
What if the invading/occupying army systematically spread radioactive dust in their bombs and missiles and other weapons in the cities, which radioactivity would last for millions of years? Would they be "nuclear terrorists" or would they be "liberators"?.
What if the occupying army tortured prisoners by order of their leaders in order to gather information? Would those actions be "violations of the rules of war" or would they be "necessary to win the war"?
What if the occupying country mostly represented a religion very different than Christianity? Would you "think that they were trying to spread their religion to the U.S." or would you "be open to the ideas of another religion"?
What if you became so desperate that your country was being overrun by the occupying army that you decided to give your own life in order to resist the invading/occupying army and its setting up of a friendly government? Would you be a "suicide bomber" or would you be a "martyr"?