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Synonyms for jingoism

Synonyms for jingoism

an appeal intended to arouse patriotic emotions


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We also admit, the director has fuelled jingoism in the past with his cinematic wonders.
are I wear my poppy not out of a sense of jingoism, but in memory of the ordinary men and women in uniform
And more than in any other era since independence, the parade of ethnic jingoism has reached dangerous new heights.
Appel satirizes jingoism in the decade following tragedy through the slings and arrows that rain on his main character.
All the parties in India want to outdo each other in jingoism and anti-Pakistan statements," Ali told a press conference in Islamabad.
They highlighted the crucial role of the media in promoting peace, security and stability, anchoring the values of tolerance and peaceful co-existence and combating the scourges of extremism, jingoism, hatred, violence and terror.
Sad,i read so much judgements, jingoism, religious intolerance on the net & i use to think,this platform wl change narrowmindedness,but no
In short, jingoism is the sole preserve of the winner and is perfectly acceptable as long as it doesn't descend into offensive smugness, which is also said to be uniquely British (mainly English, I suppose) even though it has been taken to a different level by other countries since we became rubbish at most sports.
They highlight his struggle to celebrate and reject the myth amidst growing German jingoism.
However, I will not subscribe to the inevitable Anglo-centric jingoism and hysteria which will build to a crescendo Huw Jackson, via email
Other customised favourites include Sham 69's Hurry Up England, Tony Christie's Is This The Way To The World Cup, and DJ Otzi's World Cup remix of Hey Baby, there's a touch of classical class with Nessun Dorma and some undisguised jingoism with The Dambusters March and Land Of Hope And Glory.
Chronicling the presidency's abuses of power, and drawing upon the lessons of history to provide an ominous background to current events, Pretensions to Empire dissects the government's shameful incompetence in the wake of Hurricane Katrina; the copious, unwarranted domestic spying authorized by the president; and above all, the jingoism and pretensions to empire that prompted the administration's war in Iraq on shoddy intelligence.
Conservative victories before World War I in the east end of London suggested to many scholars that the very poor were either apathetic towards politics or won over by the Tories' jingoism.
The late POW victim Jimmy Walker was spot-on when he said in the Chronicle that ordinary servicemen are dupes of hate-generating propaganda, jingoism, profiteering industrialists and would-be-Napoleons.
It was in this atmosphere of jingoism and anti-foreign hysteria that the Italian immigrants Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti were put on trial after a robbery and murder at a Massachusetts shoe factory, found guilty by an Anglo-Saxon judge and jury, and sentenced to death.