propagandist


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Synonyms for propagandist

Synonyms for propagandist

a person who disseminates messages calculated to assist some cause or some government

of or relating to or characterized by propaganda

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Instead their joint tactic is to examine Oud's position at the very start of the De Stijl movement and his cultivation, like that of the overtly propagandist Theo van Doesburg, of important international contacts.
The epic saga also features Rachel Weisz as the love interest and Joseph Fiennes as the propagandist who makes Law a star.
Finkelstein exposed Peters's work as a tangle of fudged quotations, miscalculations, and distortions worthy of a professional propagandist.
Transfer carries the authority, sanction, and prestige of something respected and revered over to something else in order to make the latter acceptable; or it carries authority, sanction, and disapproval to cause us to reject and disapprove something the propagandist would have us reject and disapprove.
Greatly influenced by the essays on the American and French revolutions by propagandist Thomas Paine, Jones published two pamphlets: Seren tan Gwmwl (1795; "A Star Under Cloud") and Toriad y Dydd (1797; "The Break of Day").
Neely's one-sided anecdotes about corporate litigants would make a Chamber of Commerce propagandist blush.
Section VIII of the Manual of Editorial Policies of the PDI states: While columnists are expected to advocate a certain point of view, they may not serve as propagandist for any political party or candidate, business interest or any other entity.
Omar Hammami, also known as Abu Mansoor al-Amriki, has been a leader and a key propagandist with the Somalian al Qaeda ally al-Shahaab since 2006.
Manila A reporter, slain on Saturday evening in Digos City, had long been receiving death threats and authorities are looking at the possibility that his murder was connected with his job as a propagandist for a local politician.
Their 'information' is treacle for children," thundered the angry editorialist, who compared the military's growing edifice of information control to the work of Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels.
Among the war's last innocent victims were the six children of Goebbels, Hitler's propagandist, poisoned by their own mother so that they would not fall into the hands of the Russians.
Edington delivers an account of the signal political and religious difficulties during the short reign of James IV and the long reign in minority of James V, a monarch under the careful eye of a master of encomium, satire, and apocalypse, who, up to a rupture with Henry VIII's sister, Margaret Tudor, was usher and tutor of James V, and who eventually gained a post as both as quasi-laureate and leading heraldic expert and propagandist of the Stuart monarchy.
Frampton the architect and historian could learn something from Le Corbusier the architect and propagandist.
Poet, editor, diplomat, and political propagandist, and one of the foremost Polish poets of the era.
In each of these columns, you have taken a pro-Duterte stance that makes you sound like a propagandist for the presidential candidate.