liberticide

liberticide

(lɪˈbɜːtɪˌsaɪd)
n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a destroyer of freedom
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the destruction of freedom
liˌbertiˈcidal adj

li•ber•ti•cide

(lɪˈbɜr təˌsaɪd)

n.
1. destruction of liberty.
2. a person who destroys liberty.
[1785–95]
li•ber`ti•cid′al, adj.

liberticide

1. the destruction of freedom.
2. the destroyer of freedom. — liberticidal, adj.
See also: Freedom
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Il est un tribun qui manie eloquemment le verbe, qui endoctrine la masse en grande pompe, qui l'excite pour le profit des ideologies doxeiques, qui fait de ses idees le creuset de la censure liberticide. Par ses actes et paroles, fallacieux et artificiels a bien des egards, l'intellectuel irresponsable porte une estocade mortelle aux valeurs universelles : la justice, la verite, la liberte, etc.
The first is that anti-terrorism domestic policies have so far hinged more on individual liberties by passing liberticide laws but have not freed their citizens from the fear of a future attack.
"Liberticide" is the word John Stuart Mill used for the destruction of intellectual freedom that comes when everyone is required to hold the same view.
In fondo, se si era arrivati a questa situazione, una grossa responsabilita gravava anche sulle teste di molti uomini politici nostalgici e corrotti: c'era chi aveva tentato a piu riprese di riportare in auge il pugno di ferro, inscenando colpi di stato piu o meno farseschi o fomentando l'adozione di leggi liberticide, (2) e c'era chi aveva avidamente intascato tangenti per favorire l'acquisto di certi aerei militari.
Sissako is less concerned with proposing a counter-discourse to the iniquities and liberticide brought on Timbuktu by the jihadists than he is with drawing new imaginaries with enough poetic power to enlist the spectator's symbolic participation in taking Timbuktu back.
In fact, in its inclusion of England in its history of liberticide, citing English persecution of Scotland in the thirteenth century, for example, Hemans's poem radically shifts the object of reference in "Tyranny and Power combin'd" from Napoleon to England itself.
Serait-elle une matraque liberticide ou une voie vers la vraie independance et l'eclosion des medias ?
(90) This allowed individuals who had signed "liberticide" petitions as part of the Vendemiaire uprising to participate in the polity.