Osanlou said "our operation is within the framework of pursuing and eliminating anti-revolutionary
forces especially PJAK terrorist group, and will continue with full power along the Islamic republic's border with Iraqi Kurdistan.
This once very popular actor now features prominently on a blacklist of anti-revolutionary
Er Tai Gao, a painter, art critic, and exiled intellectual has been imprisoned three times for anti-revolutionary
writings in China.
The nine, and the two who were hanged on Thursday, were surely arrested in the recent riots and had links to anti-revolutionary
groups," said senior judiciary official Ebrahim Raisi, the semi-official Fars news agency reported.
Authorities said the two were part of an 11- member pro-monarchy and anti-revolutionary
group who had planned to plant bombs and assassinate officials to create tension on the day of election and afterwards.
Following the riots and anti-revolutionary
measures in recent months, particularly on the day of Ashura, a Tehran Islamic Revolutionary Court branch considered the cases of a number of accused and handed down the execution sentences against 11 of those", ISNA said.
According to Iranian sources, Muhammad-Reza Ali-Zamani, a member of an anti-revolutionary
group known as Monarchy Organization of Iran confessed, in Iran's Revolutionary Court prosecuting Iran's post-vote rioters, to contacting American agents in Iraq and then attempting to overthrow the Islamic Republic.
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.
Richard Sakwa looks at events with a more skeptical eye, suggesting that what we were seeing was, in fact, an anti-revolutionary
Likewise, Barry Shapiro's Revolutionary Justice in Paris, 1789-1790 (1993) revealed the active plotting of anti-revolutionary
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.
Two contributors deal with extreme instances of this: Jacques Domenech shows how the Abbe Gerard falsifies Rousseau's texts, making him seem anti-revolutionary
to seduce a new flock into acquiescence to Catholic doctrine; Tanguy L'Aminot finds that the occult writers at the birth of this century (except Fabre des Essarts) charge Rousseau with crimes often imputed to him by the reactionary right, but where the right seeks to return to a mythic past, the occultists aspire to a theocratic Utopia.
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.
Contemporary black feminist politics as pursued by elites evince an anti-revolutionary
tendency reflective of the bourgeois ideology of `race uplift'.
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.