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Topic: Subversion (political)


In the News (Sun 16 Jun 19)

  
  Gates of Vienna: A Call to Subversion
The combination of state-enforced political correctness and mass Muslim immigration is a lethal one, leaving Swedish civil society on the verge of collapse.
Subversion is what has been going on for the last 30 years and subversion is the key to put a spanner in the works of Political Correctness and Ultra-liberalism.
The tactic is to use Political Correctness and Ultra-liberalism as tools, to tread the PC path and lead it into a dead alley, an impasse, to a logical absurdity.
gatesofvienna.blogspot.com /2005/08/call-to-subversion.html   (0 words)

  
  Subversion & its linkage to low intensity conflicts, ethnic movements & violence
Exploiting the prevailing dissensions within civil society, subversion involves the polarisation of dissenting elements till such time that peaceful venues of redress to their grievances are perceived as closed by the parties concerned.
Subversion becomes more relevant where the dissenting group/groups form a minority - albeit an influential and/or sizeable one - so that the possibility of a regular separatist national struggle under a full-scale guerrilla warfare strategy is not feasible for such a group.
One, genuine 'racism' where a strong sense of racial identity exists and it is felt that that is not accorded a sufficient degree of cultural and political recognition - as was the case with the Sindhis and Balochis in the sixties and early seventies and with the Bengalis in a pre-1971 Pakistan.
www.defencejournal.com /apr99/subversion.htm   (1622 words)

  
  Encyclopedia :: encyclopedia : Political power   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Political power is a type of power held by a person or group in a society.
Officially, political power is held by the political leader of a state, such as a president, prime minister, or monarch.
Political powers are not limited to heads of states, however, and the extent to which a person or group holds such power is related to the amount of societal influence they can wield, formally or informally.
www.hallencyclopedia.com /topic/Political_power.html   (374 words)

  
 Subversion (political) - guideofcasinos.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In this respect, it has taken over from ‘sedition’ as the name for illicit rebellion, though the connotations of the two words are rather different, sedition suggesting overt attacks on institutions, subversion something much more surreptitious, such as eroding the basis of belief in the status quo or setting people against each other.
Subversive activity is the lending of aid, comfort, and moral support to individuals, groups, or organizations that advocate the overthrow of incumbent governments by force and violence.
This broadening of the target of subversion owes much to the ideas of Antonio Gramsci, who stressed that communist revolution required the erosion of the particular form of ‘cultural hegemony’ in any society.
www.guideofcasinos.com /Subversion_(political).html   (287 words)

  
 Subversion & its linkage to low intensity conflicts, ethnic movements & violence
Exploiting the prevailing dissensions within civil society, subversion involves the polarisation of dissenting elements till such time that peaceful venues of redress to their grievances are perceived as closed by the parties concerned.
Subversion becomes more relevant where the dissenting group/groups form a minority - albeit an influential and/or sizeable one - so that the possibility of a regular separatist national struggle under a full-scale guerrilla warfare strategy is not feasible for such a group.
One, genuine 'racism' where a strong sense of racial identity exists and it is felt that that is not accorded a sufficient degree of cultural and political recognition - as was the case with the Sindhis and Balochis in the sixties and early seventies and with the Bengalis in a pre-1971 Pakistan.
defencejournal.com /apr99/subversion.htm   (1622 words)

  
 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Subversion
Arrested on charges of subversion, he was imprisoned in 1862 and then...
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www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=Subversion&StartAt=1   (818 words)

  
 Political Queery
Politics is not a game with rules, its not something that was invented in the 20th century and perfected by George W Bush.
In politics there is no such thing as a neutral position everyone supports something and if you don’t know what you support then chances are you support what you think is the neutral position but in fact is only the dominant position.
These activities are political because if we go back to the basic meaning of the word ‘political’ and dispense with all the groups and institutions that are overtly political we see that the process of negotiation within society between groups of people is the substance of politics.
www.freewebs.com /queertheory/PoliticalQueery.htm   (19421 words)

  
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The political arrangement between the (Protestant) Church and the State, as understood by the SED-regime, was that the Church and it's members would not engage in any political activities contrary to the political interests of the 'working classes'.
Political opinions voiced by church members were seen as such "subversion"; all aid flowing to churches from the 'outside' (speak 'West Germany') was limited or rejected as attempts by the 'Klassenfeind' (the 'class enemy') to buy a base in East Germany.
Without this politically distasteful 'partner', the inflexible Honecker-regime would have had to take refuge to the more violent means of repression at its disposable, such as the 'Einsatzgruppen' and 'Arbeiter-Kampfgruppen', the workers' militia, rather than attempting to "manage the events" by political means and subversion.
www.spu.edu /orgs/NACFLA/paper005.doc   (2201 words)

  
 PublicEye.org - The Hunt for Red Menace
The counter-subversive nativist views on subversion were adapted to the geo-political realities of the post WWII period to form the basis of the Cold War, the political witch hunts culminating in the McCarthy Period, and a number of other events and movements which combined to create the National Security State.
According to Kintner, since the ultimate goal of communist subversion is armed revolution and the destruction of the democratic state, it is a national security necessity to ferret out the presence of communists in organizations involved in non-criminal political activity.
The underlying theory of subversion held by both the reactionary conservative and nativist authoritarian schools of anti-communism share a common belief in the concept of the political front, intentional or unwitting, as the most common form of political organization on the left.
www.publiceye.org /huntred/Hunt_For_Red_Menace.html   (7574 words)

  
 Undone By Victory: Political Success and The Subversion of Conservative Politics   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Political realities often dictate that many of these posts go to compromise candidates and political pragmatists.
Even officeholders who share his views may opt for the preservation of their own political interests over goals such as the reduction of the federal budget and the government bureaucracy.
These erstwhile partisans have therefore lost much of their faith in the efficacy of electoral politics, no matter how large the margin of victory their party might achieve; and they are thus disposed to turn away from public questions, toward private, alternative methods of preserving the meaning of their lives.
www.libertyhaven.com /theoreticalorphilosophicalissues/conservatism/undone.shtml   (2230 words)

  
 Scrivener, 'The Discourse of Treason, Sedition, and Blasphemy in British Political Trials, 1794-1820' - Romanticism and ...
The shift in the discourse of subversion was not simply a matter of legal rulings that were sealed off from the other realms of cultural activity.
Two external signs of Thelwall's political convictions were cited earlier in Hardy's trial, the seditious songs that Thelwall wrote for the LCS and that were widely distributed and sung, and a seditious comment he made at a tavern after an LCS meeting.
He provides a politically moderate interpretation for his words on America (Claeys 55), but this very example reinforces the cogency of what Wharam and Barrell say about the treason trials, that the court procedures were applied to discover the meaning of mental operations.
www.rc.umd.edu /praxis/law/scrivener/mscrv.htm   (3645 words)

  
 Epochtimes English Edition :: Commentary: Subversion of State Power is Legal
Ten million soldiers of both the Nationalist and Communist government died in five years during the civil war, while hundreds and thousands of homes were destroyed, which was the result of the Communist Party revolting against the Nationalist government.
China will not disappear when political parties change and the 1.3 billion people who live in China will live life as usual after a government has been overthrown.
There are many examples that prove that subversion of state power and the country itself are not related.
en.epochtimes.com /news/3-12-18/17308.html   (610 words)

  
 Subversion - Good 'ol fashioned rants and beer reviews!
Subversion existed in printed format from 1995 to 1998 and continues in web format to this day, albeit at a much slower output!
The politics wasn’t really a choice but it was something I liked anyway.
I still mostly write political rants as my life is still not as interesting as Aaron Cometbus and I never managed to get any girls to pose naked like The Probe did, although once a female fan did send me a topless photo.
www.subversionzine.com /index.php   (762 words)

  
 ZNet | Repression | We Are All Subversives
Firstly, it is not necessary that an action of subversion takes place, for these charges to be applicable: in other words, it is sufficient for two or more people to get together with an aim of subversion for them to be liable of prosecution.
In the original wording of those articles, subversion is "an attempt to violently establish the dictatorship of one social class over another, or to violently suppress a social class, or in any case violently subvert the socio-economic order of the State." (Art.
The injunction quotes statements those arrested made in emails and phone calls, which, according to the prosecution, are evidence of a subversive association that "was conspiring against the government's functions, was making subversive propaganda" and was aiming at "an attempt on the State's established economic order".
www.zmag.org /content/Repression/oliverirepression.cfm   (1261 words)

  
 The Subversion of Political Activism in America
According to this dialectical framework, the political spectrum could be conceived of as straight line with fascism occupying the far right pole and communism occupying the far left pole.
However, the counterculture unconsciously subsumed the Establishment's Hegelian meme and assessed the political climate of the time according to the Establishment's Hegelian model of the political spectrum.
It is painfully clear that political activism in the United States has been rendered ineffective or, in some cases, detrimental to the activists themselves.
illuminati-news.com /political-activism.htm   (0 words)

  
 The Michael Scally Case: How Political Subversion of the Law Reaches the Professions through the Anti-Steroid Crusade ...
Political use of the law is particularly implicated in steroid prosecutions of police officers, because cops on steroids are a damning indictment of the current policy and regime of drug enforcement in this country, representing the hoax of prohibition falling in upon itself.
The Scally case demonstrates that current political expediency on the question of steroid use has now pervaded the arena of administrative law, threatening to compromise the practice of medicine by supplanting science with a political agenda, in the very profession where the scientific basis for a therapeutic regime must be the only controlling standard.
Such political targeting of physicians and medical care portends ominous social consequences: when the practice of medicine is politically – rather than scientifically –; organized, moralistic restrictions on the delivery of care will invariably, but nonetheless selectively, target the already weak or physically compromised.
www.mesomorphosis.com /articles/sweitzer/anti-steroid-crusade-against-michael-scally.htm   (5115 words)

  
 Newspeak Lives!
In the political strife of the past generation, it is the liberals who have been the authentic "conservatives" as they have treated the received political vocabulary with respect and restraint, regarding the clarity afforded by ordinary language as a necessary and valuable medium of civil and reasoned political debate.
The success of the attack upon "liberalism," and the failure of the liberals to defend their political label, can be attributed in part to the respective vocations and traditions of "the offense" (the Right) and "the defense" (the Left).
And yet, as political philosophers have reiterated, from Aristotle through Immanuel Kant and John Stuart Mill, and on through John Dewey and the late John Rawls in our own day: the cultivation of critical intelligence is the foundation of moral autonomy in the individual, and of liberty and justice in the body politic.
gadfly.igc.org /eds/pol/newspeak.htm   (2137 words)

  
 Saber Point: Boiling the Frog: the Slow Murder of the West
Political correctness is the Leftist ideology that says you cannot criticize anyone of a different culture than yours, that any such criticism is automatically racism, xenophobia, bigotry or hate-mongering, with severe social ostracism for those who transgress.
Political correctness has a useful purpose for the Left, and that is to shut people up about the process of subversion that is slowly transforming their nations into Muslim tyrannies.
The subversion process in America is hastened along by such elements as the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and CAIR who are quick to sue anyone or any organization that resists these processes.
saberpoint.blogspot.com /2006/10/boiling-frog-slow-murder-of-west.html   (1006 words)

  
 Subversive
Subversive activity is the lending of aid, comfort, and moral support to individuals, groups, or organizations that advocate the overthrow of incumbent governments by force and violence.
This broadening of the target of subversion owes much to the ideas of Antonio Gramsci, who stressed that communist revolution required the erosion of the particular form of ‘cultural hegemony’ in any society.
In its earliest incarnation in 16th- and 17th-century European literature, pornography’s primary goal was subversion, developing largely out of a need for artists and writers to push political boundaries.
www.jahsonic.com /Subversive.html   (717 words)

  
 PublicEye.org - Re-Framing Dissent As Criminal Subversion
Therefore, when classic patterns of political repression emerge, a political or social movement would be wise to consider tactics and strategies to protect its members from the negative effects of political repression--political, emotional, and physical.
Implicit in the rationalizations and justifications for political repression is a package of right-wing paranoid beliefs with roots deep in xenophobia and nativism.
To uncover the cadre who are engaged in subversive criminal activity, an informant must work step-by-step from the outside onion ring of non-criminal free-speech activity through several rings of hierarchy toward the center core where the criminal activity lurks.
www.publiceye.org /media/frame.html   (3796 words)

  
 The Subversion of Political Activism in America
According to this dialectical framework, the political spectrum could be conceived of as straight line with fascism occupying the far right pole and communism occupying the far left pole.
As discussed earlier, the Bureau did not define the term "New Left," and the range of targets went far beyond alleged "subversives" or "extremists." Thus, for example, two student participants in a "free speech" demonstration were targeted because they defended the use of the classic four-letter-word.
It is painfully clear that political activism in the United States has been rendered ineffective or, in some cases, detrimental to the activists themselves.
www.illuminati-news.com /political-activism.htm   (2994 words)

  
 Egypt - Intelligence
The security police detained as many as 20,000 political prisoners at a time and discouraged public discussions or meetings that could be construed as unfriendly to the government.
The GDSSI engaged routinely in surveillance of opposition politicians, journalists, political activists, foreign diplomats, and suspected subversives.
The GDSSI remained in 1990 the primary organ for combatting political subversion even after Mubarak and the judiciary took several steps to limit the organization's power.
www.fas.org /irp/world/egypt/index.html   (436 words)

  
 Creating atmosphere conducive for dialogue towards peace
Of the sections of political and administrative cadres indulging in internal subversion, the political lot is divisible into two classes: those in power and those out of power.
The second category is eyeing for political power, and must liaison with and publicly speak the language of all such elements as can stand up to the ruling party.
Moral turpitude of general political community in the country and the state has considerably influenced the shaping of their mindset.
www.kashmir-information.com /KNPandita/article16.html   (2237 words)

  
 The Political Incorrect Blog» A conservative Christian’s viewpoint when the truth is not always politically ...
Between this and the subversion of the American family they’ve foisted upon us during the same period, it’s no wonder we have dead-eyed freaks like Smith, Devlin, and the increasing number of similarly infamous characters who’ve practically became household names.
Political correctness has completely taken over the secularists of the West, which has become feckless, jaded and pathetic.
Now, all that terrorists and their supporters have to do is complain that they are "being discriminated against" (and threaten to call someone—somewhere—a "racist") and the West caves easily and willingly to all of their demands.
politicalincorrectblog.com /page/2   (3976 words)

  
 "U.S. Objectives with Respect to the USSR to Counter Soviet Threats to U.S. Security," NSC 20/4, 23 November ...
Waging political, economic and psychological warfare against all elements resistant to communist purposes, and in particular attempting to prevent or retard the recovery of and cooperation among western European countries.
The relatively high degree of political and social instability prevailing at this time in other countries, particularly in the European countries affected by the recent war and in the colonial or backward areas on which these European areas are dependent for markets and raw materials.
The political, economic, and psychological warfare which the USSR is now waging has dangerous potentialities for weakening the relative world position of the United States and disrupting its traditional institutions by means short of war, unless sufficient resistance is encountered in the policies of this and other non-communist countries.
www.mtholyoke.edu /acad/intrel/coldwar/nsc20-4.htm   (2357 words)

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