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“Loose definitions could be applied to both “well-organized” and “quasi-military.””
“Israel claims that these passengers were well-organized with quasi-military discipline and had trained for this task.”
“Instead with Teeth Of The Sea, it's all about the feeling and all in the build up, a barometric disturbance before the churning of the storm – a state that in the late-90s we'd have attributed to "pre-millennial tension", but which now sounds like a pretty terrifying protest music, an impression not dispelled by the odd baleful, quasi-military cornet blast.”
“French-style laïcité descended into kleptocracy in Tunisia and quasi-military control in Turkey.”
“Taking a long view of the pursuit and its memes, they argue that in the Himalayas, the “expeditionary culture of the age of empire … fostered colonial arrogance and quasi-military hubris,” yet it also “nurtured some genuinely admirable qualities, including a strong sense of fellowship and responsibility to others in the pursuit of common goals in the face of danger.””
“On the other side, the global corporatocracy, also transcending national boundaries, has purchased governments and legislative processes, developed its own military, mercenary or quasi-military enforcers, engaged in systemic economic fraud and plundered treasuries and ecosystems.”
“It appears to me that this quasi-military organization, despite a function that appears to be patriotic and admirable, has become in fact, a breeding ground for all kinds of exaggeration.”
“But they beg the question: Is chic-ing around in quasi-military gear weird when there's real fighting going on?”
“This is a quasi-military force that would report directly to the Executive Branch and operate within the boundaries of the United States.”
“Fourth, the UCMJ provides equitable benefits because it would apply equally to all quasi-military PMCs.”
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