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participating in open revolt against a government or ruling authority

holding especially political views that deviate drastically and fundamentally from conventional or traditional beliefs

one who holds extreme views or advocates extreme measures

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markedly new or introducing radical change

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of or relating to or characteristic or causing an axial or orbital turn

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advocating or engaged in revolution

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You must be guilty because you're disagreeing with my views and that is the first sign of disaffection, of being anti-revolutionary and an enemy of the people.
The theme to this section is the importance of conflict in the formation of personal and public opinion on a variety of subjects, spanning the emergence of the political importance of women during the revolutionary period (Elisia Strumia, "L' Attivita politica delle donne nell'Italia rivoluzionaria"), the key role of anti-revolutionary and anti-enlightened thinking during this period as an important counter-opinion in the establishment of a dynamics for the very formation of public opinion (Ezio Falcomen, "Gli Spazi altti dell'Io e della letteratura"), and the specific role of the poet in that dynamics (Lionello Sozzi, "La Funzione della letteratura: Culto dell'Io e fonnazione dell'opinione").
Likewise, Barry Shapiro's Revolutionary Justice in Paris, 1789-1790 (1993) revealed the active plotting of anti-revolutionary conspirators.
In January of 1947, the anti-revolutionary party (ARP) in the village of Ermelo sponsored a debate on the relationship between socialism and the Kuyperian political tradition of the anti-revolutionaries.
The leading proponent of this view was probably Nesta Webster, who wrote prolifically in the 1920s about purported Jewish conspiracies, and whose anti-revolutionary zeal may have stemmed from her belief that she had been guillotined by French revolutionaries in an earlier incarnation.
If this critical intent seems a reversion to outdated paradigms, Dubrow's essential method of exploring texts from the Henrician Wyatt to the anti-Revolutionary Collop is as au courant as a reader will find: indeterminancy.
to operate within the modern context as an anti-revolutionary power.
S has always been supportive of anti-revolutionary powers since 1979 revolution in Iran.
Iran's Fars news agency reported early Monday that "the journalists close to anti-revolutionary movement" were arrested Sunday night on a "warrant issued by the judiciary.
They now understand what the anti-revolutionary powers are doing and are relatively able to spot "conspiracies" by different entities.
The commission's spokesman, Omar Al-Hassabi has been quoted by Reuters saying that the Commission "discovered the three representatives were either members of the Gaddafi Revolutionary Guards or involved in criminal anti-revolutionary activities.
During the past weeks' operations more than 50 anti-revolutionary elements were killed, around 100 wounded and a number were taken prisoner," a top commander in northwestern Iran was quoted as saying.
Ranjbarzadeh added that a member of the Revolutionary Guards was killed in the fighting and three others wounded and that "many anti-revolutionary and PJAK terrorist members were (also) killed.
He also stressed the need to protect the Revolution from the anti-revolutionary trends, through attachment to national unity, preservation of dignity and peaceful resistance, specifying that the national unity could not be consolidated without the consecration of local democracy through the creation of elected regional councils.
Their hostility towards him sprang from an anti-revolutionary statement he gave in the early days of the Revolution.