In common parlance, it has come to be used to describe any petty pseudo-anarchist criminal group, of the variety that read "The Anarchist Cookbook" and daub anti-capitalist graffiti.

Originally from the Russian "vorovskoi mir" desribing an underground philosophy which decried the existence of the state. A reaction to the authoritarian Communist regimé that dictated against recognition of the police, army, judiciary or any other manifestation of the state.
He's become mixed up with some theives' world anti-Bush group.
by Odiumjunkie February 27, 2005

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