anarchist tattoos

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  • A new strategy to end gang violence: classifying certain offenses committed in the context of gang violence as acts of terrorism.

    ..., a trial for the murder ensued where the defendants were the anarchist and socialist orators on the day of the bombing. (59) Against the backdrop ... that have anti-gang legislation identify gang members through tattoos, observance around other gang members, frequenting gang hang-out spots, ...

  • Occupy in one classroom.

    ... ("Against Political Capture"); Graeber("Occupy Wall St.'s Anarchist Roots"); Greenberg("On the Meaning of Occupation"); Lustig et al.('Basta ..., race, class, body size (visa vis size, shape, age, wardrobe, tattoos, piercings, accessories, hair, makeup, posture, teeth, etc.). . In short, ...

  • Gloria's Bookshelf.

    ... backgrounds as thieves, murders, rapists and one state-certified anarchist. But they have either been drawn to the "church" or been recruited by ... one could never even begin to guess.] Pietro bears rather unusual tattoos, at least in combination: a snake staff on one shoulder, a Star of David ...

  • Crime-facilitating speech.

    ...(64)) . Versions of The Anarchist Cookbook are likewise freely available online, and likely will continue to ... prosecution to introduce "color photographs of [the defendants'] tattoos (e.g., swastikas and other symbols of white supremacy), Nazi-related ...

  • Emerging Trends in Terrorism

    ... and other white extremists proudly adorn their bodies with tattoos related to Odinism. Many extremists turned to this religion as a . . ... the last decade of the twentieth century, there is evidence from anarchist protesters and some eco-activists and animal rights activists that this ...

  • Anglophilia, American style.

    Admiration for everything that's English Anglophilia, defined as admiration or enthusiasm for everything that is English, can be found in the Americans and the American way of life. These 20th century Americans turned to England in their search for an older and deeper culture.

    ... Ted White, a retired sergeant in the British army who had many tattoos and a Cockney accent two stages beyond indecipherable. I have no memories ... is unclear, "has not produced, to my knowledge, a single anarchist." . What England had traditionally produced instead was a home, a safe ...

  • Paul Krassner.

    ...Am I selling out or are they buying in? . Q: There still is an anarchist movement in this country. . Krassner: Oh yeah, sure. They even have .... Q: You can get tattoos removed. . Krassner: Yeah, you can get a temporary tattoo but you can't ...