a coordinated campaign of sabotage
All subsequent crimes against the Party, all treacheries, acts of sabotage , heresies, deviations, sprang directly out of his teaching.
None of these accusations however has been proven and some within Bulgaria believe that they were generated as acts of business sabotage by weapons companies from other countries.
In 1963, Sisulu was tried with Mandela and other activists for planning acts of sabotage and revolution.
He reported that in September there were 534 acts of sabotage against railroads as compared to a monthly average of 130 during the first half of the year.
Four months later, in March, Bert Marlow, an engineer at the club, told how Fred's act of sabotage in the bar almost led to it being flooded.
Their arrest is only one of an increasing number of arrests in which Germans have been suspected of planning similar acts of sabotage .
Having failed to defeat McCreevy at home, it seems De Rossa is bent on an act of national sabotage by wrecking his chances of securing an influential post on the Commission.
He commented that this could be interpreted as an attempt on the part of the General Staff to sabotage reform in the army.
In fact, if I didn't know better, I might suspect that Rove himself is deliberately trying to sabotage the war effort.