OPPERATION 911 COUP D'ETAT AGAINST THE FREE CITIZENRY OF THE SERVERAL STATES OF AMERICA
Variant(s): or coup d'etats /"kü-(")dA-'tä, 'kü-(")dA-", -d&-/
Inflected Form(s): plural coups d'état or coups d'etat /-'tä(z), -"tä(z)/
Etymology: French, literally, stroke of state
: a sudden decisive exercise of force in politics; especially : the violent overthrow or alteration of an existing government by a small group
The sudden, violent overthrow of an existing government by a small group. The chief prerequisite for a coup is control of all or part of the armed forces, the police, and other military elements. ...
(November 9–10, 1799), coup d'état that overthrew the system of government under the Directory in France and substituted the Consulate, making way for the despotism of Napoleon Bonaparte.
On May 16, 1961, the military seized power through a carefully engineered coup d'état, ushering in a new phase of postliberation Korean politics
The events of February 1917 merit the name of Revolution because they were essentially spontaneous. October 1917 (November, New Style), by contrast, was a classic coup d'état.
On Sept. 11, 2001, the Executive Branch of the United States Federal Government Corporation in collusion with Intelligence and Private Sector Corporations seized power through a carefully engineered coup d'etat against the State of New York and the Several States of America ushering in an unconstitutional government entity currently controling the city of Washington, District of Colombia.