Translation of mob rule in Spanish:

mob rule

noun

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    la ley de la calle
    • The fact you're trying to organise mob rule is enough to make me see the flaw in the plan, let alone anything else.
    • And as for politicians not having changed anything, are you suggesting we just give up democracy and go for mob rule?
    • And it marks the beginning of racial hatred, of mob rule, of racial segregation, of mindless violence and terror.
    • They also base themselves on a model of democracy half a step above mob rule.
    • ‘Unfiltered democracy’ is most certainly mob rule, whether you like it or not.
    • Put a large group of humans together and you get chaos, mob rule, anarchy.
    • More often, in fact, they are foot soldiers of totalitarian regimes and of mob rule.
    • If they think they can somehow use mob rule to gain some sort of standing in the community they are sorely mistaken.
    • Should an attempt be made the only likely result was mob rule or anarchy.
    • Fury, on the other hand, descends quickly and unrelentingly into solemn and emotional intensity against mob rule and violence.
    • But on close examination the scene looks less like a victory for democracy than a case of mob rule.
    • Anything less is a concession that the rule of law can be usurped by mob rule.
    • He would have known that there had been a popular uprising leading to mob rule, the overthrow of monarchy and persecution of the nobility.
    • Most serious of all, it is beginning to seem like a pattern of mindless media mob rule against an elected government’.
    • For democracy without the rule of law is mob rule, and the rule of law is not built by democratic means.
    • Perhaps you don't understand this, but mob rule and democracy are different things.
    • Perhaps we should ask them if they understand the difference between democracy and mob rule.
    • A democracy is nothing more than mob rule, where 51% of the people may take away the rights of the other 49.
    • Today most of us are in favour of democracy, but in earlier times it meant mob rule and then it was quite alarming.
    • He couldn't expect to stay in charge by allowing this mob rule to take place.