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First, a photo he posted of Liu, the late dissident who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2010 while serving a prison sentence for “inciting subversion,” was deleted from his timeline, Shen said.
If running for office and trying to win elections means subversion, it is clear that the NSL is aimed at the total subjugation of Hong Kong people.
There, the “true love” story is between sisters, an intentional subversion of the Disney standard.
TOWARD A QUEER DISNEY CANONEMILY VANDERWERFFSEPTEMBER 4, 2020VOX
The new security legislation punishes those accused of vaguely defined crimes like secession and subversion, and gives police vastly expanded powers to surveil and investigate.
The Hong Kong government, meanwhile, said it has launched an investigation into whether the primaries could amount to an act of subversion—a crime punishable by up to life imprisonment under the national security law.
Therefore, the logical place to look for subversion is in the slums.
What, but its subversion, its disseverment, by its own internal antagonism?
Such therefore was the state of learning before the subversion of the Western Empire.
That is a ground of real difference to a certain extent; but it is not a sufficient ground for the subversion of justice.
CALEB WILLIAMSWILLIAM GODWIN
And now this dogma of my early days found its complete subversion, for these were not only dead, but as Gen. Jno.

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