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subversives

noun cell, enemy combatant, enemy group, extremist group, rebel organization, saboteurs, unnerground extremists
Associated concepts: justice courts, military tribunals, prison cells, sleeper cell, terrorism, terrorist cell
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Instead, the book forced us to confront the uncomfortable, to ask questions that have grown remarkably unfashionable in our subversive literary culture, even more so than when Amis and others dismissed Crash upon publication: is the book immoral?
While clearly siding with the Communists, who were not only the enemies of America, but the enemies of humanity, the IPS subversives attempted to strike a righteous pose, claiming that the release of the Pentagon Papers was part of a courageous fight for the First Amendment and the American people's "right to know.
In line with this, he directs one of his heaviest and most subversive assaults at institutionalized Christianity.
In July, Yemen handed down death sentences to ten subversives after they were found guilty of forming armed gangs and fighting the troops in support for the Houthis.
Michael Jones points out that in Vienna, Reich and his subversive colleagues chiefly targeted the Catholic Church.
While he has a weakness for subversives, he here exhibits a more dominant characteristic: a craving for order in U.
In May 1983, the Honduran congress issued the notorious Decree 33, which declared anyone a "terrorist" who distributed political literature, associated with foreigners, joined groups deemed subversive by the government, damaged property or destroyed documents.
He was visibly on guard against Nazi saboteurs and subversives of the Cold War.
So far this month, 12 subversives were sentenced to death and 15 others were given jail terms ranging from 8 to 15 years.
The following list of terminated security entities gives some idea of how greatly the subversives campaign has succeeded: the Subversive Activities Control Board; the Internal Security Division of the Justice Department; the House Internal Security Committee; the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee; the Attorney General's List of Subversive Organizations; the investigative committees of most state legislatures; the intelligence units of most state police agencies.
Ayers and Dohrn, who have never disavowed their hatred for America and its traditional institutions, now focus their efforts on children's rights and social work -- continuing their subversive campaign by other means.