"What I follow is reason and rationality, not some masked shadow-theater that encourages dissension and unrest!"
The effects of the industrial revolution in the early 19th century, combined with an economic downturn following the Napoleonic War, encouraged political unrest (see Peterloo, Chartism).
China's former President, Li Xiannian, complained that "there are two headquarters" in the party, and that this confused people and encouraged unrest.
In 1961 Freedom Riders, who challenged institutionalized segregation, encouraged social unrest among the colored underclass.
The authorities refused his request, concerned that his presence would encourage unrest against the Italians.
In the latter year he decried Communist influence in American unions, designed "to encourage industrial unrest and thus bring about a change in the social order by violent means."
The disorders seemed to fulfill the fears of party conservatives that Mr. Gorbachev's calls for increased democracy and openness might encourage political unrest.
Arms trafficking in the region also encourages more rebel unrest, while compromising the process of establishing independence.
His sermons begin to pose a threat to the Temple Loyalists who are attempting to encourage public unrest and civil disobedience in the capital.
After pausing a moment to let the jab sink in, he went on, 'The Germans will, I think, encourage -unrest in the parts of Poland they do not control.'