FLQ


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FLQ

(in Canada) abbreviation for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Front de Libération du Québec: a Quebec separatist organization using terrorist tactics, esp in the 1960s and 1970s
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that approximately 150 suspected FLQ members and 450 FLQ sympathizers
What most people don't realize to this day was that the FLQ was only six people.
And what of the third drama enacted in No-the political crisis of October 1970, when the FLQ carried out kidnappings, and the Trudeau government responded by instituting martial law?
In the 1960s in Montreal, FLQ bombs were routinely exploding on the wealthy English west side of the city.
Regional Input-Output Models and the FLQ Formula: A Case Study of Finland.
Ceux-ci proposent au Jazz libre de demenager sur une ferme ayant auparavant servi de repaire pour le FLQ.
DLP9000 is offered in a 355-pin hermetic FLS package and the DLP6500 is available in 350-pin ceramic FYE and 203-pin hermetic FLQ packages.
Contributed by James Petras, who would write about this theme in CD for the next 50 years, revoiutionary movements in Africa and Latin America influenced Quebec's FLQ actions that led to the October Crisis of 1970.
Before you scoff at the idea of armed insurrection in Canada, remember Oka and the FLQ Crisis.
Quebec too had its anti-representative democracy radicals: in addition to the FLQ, more than 5,000 young people joined Maoist groups with a revolutionary agenda.