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Agent provocateur
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A person employed by the police or other entity to act undercover to entice or provoke another person to commit an illegal act.
Black Bloc
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People who engage in protests wearing black clothing and masks and engaging in property damage. The tactic was developed in the 1980s by anti-nuclear activist autonomists, and was subsequently adopted...
Black bloc attack on massive trade union demo in October 2011
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2011
For most of the public, it is difficult to tell the black bloc from neo-nazi skins, and that is one of its problems.
Black Bloc Provocateurs Set Strasbourg Hotel on Fire
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2009
Prison Planet
Legitimate anti-NATO protesters are determined to use non-violent civil disobedience to block the summit. In order to provide an excuse to use batons and rubber bullets against them, agents provocateu...
Black Brigades
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Fascist paramilitary groups forming a bloc operating in the Italian Social Republic (in northern Italy), during the final years of World War II, and after the signing of the Italian Armistice in 1943.
Black Hundreds
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An ultra-nationalist bloc in Russia in the early 20th century noted for their direct action methods, including pogroms and terrorist attacks against liberals and leftists.
Blackshirts
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Fascist paramilitary groups in Italy who dressed in black, and assembled in blocs to attack unionists and leftists. Subsequently fascist groups in Germany and Britain also dressed in black and used si...
Who Controls The Black Bloc Anarchists?
Watson, Paul Joseph
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2009
Whose interests do the violent actions of the black bloc benefit? The interests of the general public in using free speech as a means of political change? Or the interests of the authorities in provid...


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