Monday, February 15, 2010

Interrumpen en un Funeral el regimen de Castro

La victoria no esta lejos hermanos
Ariel Sigler Amaya
Funeral de la madre de Ariel Singler Amaya
Dama de Blanco
82 años
Form of government in which one person or an oligarchy possesses absolute power without effective constitutional checks. With constitutional democracy, it is one of the two chief forms of government in use today. Modern dictators usually use force or fraud to gain power and then keep it through intimidation, terror, suppression of civil liberties, and control of the mass media. In 20th-century Latin America, nationalist leaders often achieved power through the military and attempted either to maintain the privileged elite or to institute far-reaching social reform, depending on their class sympathies. In Europe's communist and fascist dictatorships, a charismatic leader of a mass party used an official ideology to maintain his regime, and terror and propaganda to suppress opposition. In postcolonial Africa and Asia, dictators have often retained power by establishing one-party rule after a military takeover.
Main Entry: dic·ta·to·ri·al
Pronunciation: \ˌdik-tə-ˈtȯr-ē-əl\
Function: adjective
Date: 1701
1 a : of, relating to, or befitting a dictator b : ruled by a dictator
2 : oppressive to or arrogantly overbearing toward others
— dic·ta·to·ri·al·ly \-ē-ə-lē\ adverb
— dic·ta·to·ri·al·ness noun
synonyms dictatorial, magisterial, dogmatic, doctrinaire, oracular mean imposing one's will or opinions on others. dictatorial stresses autocratic, high-handed methods and a domineering manner . magisterial stresses assumption or use of prerogatives appropriate to a magistrate or schoolmaster in forcing acceptance of one's opinions . dogmatic implies being unduly and offensively positive in laying down principles and expressing opinions . doctrinaire implies a disposition to follow abstract theories in framing laws or policies affecting people . oracular implies the manner of one who delivers opinions in cryptic phrases or with pompous dogmatism .

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