narcoterrorism love

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun Terrorism carried out to prevent interference with or to divert attention from illegal narcotics trafficking.

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  • noun Use of terrorist tactics as an element of the traffic in illegal narcotics.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the financing of terrorist activities by participation in the drug trade

Etymologies

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narco- +‎ terrorism; coined by former President Fernando Belaúnde Terry of Peru in 1983 when describing terrorist-type attacks against his nation's anti-narcotics police.

Examples

  • And just as the reality isn’t new, so likewise propaganda falsely accusing enemies of inolvement in narcoterrorism is a hoary old agit-prop trick.

    Matthew Yglesias » El Qaeda: Tomorrow’s Horrible Foreign Policy Idea

  • Murdering LEOs as a form of gang initiation--how common is this in countries where 'narcoterrorism' has taken hold?

    Archive 2008-06-22

  • The day after the bombing, Mexican Attorney General Arturo Chavez insisted there was no evidence of "narcoterrorism" in Mexico or any ideological motive behind the attack.

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  • Vera, of Saltillo, Coahuila, said that "narcoterrorism" has been present in Mexico for years.

    openDemocracy

  • Attorney general says no 'narcoterrorism' in Mexico

    WN.com - Photown News

  • The day after the bombing, Mexican Attorney General Arturo Chavez insisted there was no evidence of "narcoterrorism" in Mexico or any ideological motive behind the attack.

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  • The day after the bombing, Mexican Attorney General Arturo Chavez insisted there was no evidence of "narcoterrorism" in Mexico or any ideological motive behind the attack.

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  • The day after the bombing, Mexican Attorney General Arturo Chavez insisted there was no evidence of "narcoterrorism" in Mexico or any ideological motive behind the attack.

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  • With the cessation of the 1980s civil wars in El Salvador and Nicaragua, the Honduran armed forces refocused their orientation toward combating transnational threats such as narcoterrorism and organized crime.

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  • With the cessation of the 1980s civil wars in El Salvador and Nicaragua, the Honduran armed forces refocused their orientation toward combating transnational threats such as narcoterrorism and organized crime.

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