- n. Plural form of incitement.
“Any posts from you that contain incitements of violence as well as threats to any politician and members of TP, I will print them up and report you to police personally.”
“My own words meet the FIRST of these reasons thus: For they deny that God absolutely intends to effect his own work by the act of the creature; because they say that God did not intend to employ the act of the creature to complete his work, before he foresaw that the creature would yield to those incitements, that is, would not resist them.”
“In Egypt the incitements were a preposterously fraudulent 2010 national election and, as in Tunisia, a not uncommon act of unforgivable brutality by security agents.”
“Furthermore, if his 'incitements' should be considered illegal, then it should also be illegal for the likes of the The Cutter, in that;”
“The "incitements" gave him courage, so that he exclaims: "Shall I be of so untoward a disposition, as to refuse to lead the blind into the right way?”
“Terry Shoffner Such incitements are not idle in the context of Pakistan's violent street politics.”
“The Simon Wiesenthal Centre also complained about the app, which it said "contains anti-Israel content – articles, photographs of 'martyrs' and stories – and updates its users on further incitements to protest and violence.”
“Despite a Constitutional declaration using the term “no law,” restrictions on speech from mimicked materials to food labels, profanity to securities solicitations, disparagements to high-decibel statements, political messages to sexually themed expression, and pharmaceutical warnings to incitements have been accepted by our society as reasonable regulations of the rights secured by the First Amendment.”
“Fascist Noise TV, aka “Fox News” needs to be completely shutdown, taken off the air, because it is a threat to our democracy with its continual lies and smears and incitements.”
“Ah, so since one occasion exists (when, by the way?), then you feel the need to build this particular strawman into your condemnation of Republican incitements to violence.”
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