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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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.
The victim was reported to be a supporter of a certain politician in Digos City and had served as a propagandist for former Davao del Sur Representative Claude Bautista when the latter ran for the post of governor.
A shamed councillor said sorry last night for branding Michael Forsyth a Nazi 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.
Among them are Charles Colson, former Nixon hatchetman and Watergate figure; Richard John Neuhaus, religious right propagandist and former Lutheran minister turned Catholic priest; Richard Land, a prominent figure in the fundamentalist takeover of the Southern Baptist Convention; New York Cardinal John O'Connor; televangelist and activist Pat Robertson; Mary Ann Glendon, Harvard law professor; Os Guinness, the brains behind the "Williamsburg Charter" and the seriously flawed public-school curriculum "Living with Our Deepest Differences"; William Bentley Ball, an attorney long identified with the political aims of the Catholic church; Michael Novak of the American Enterprise Institute; Robert Destro, a Reagan appointee to the U.
One National Security Council official who worked closely with North and ex-CIA propagandist Raymond told me that the overall strategy was "to manipulate [U.
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.
Finkelstein exposed Peters's work as a tangle of fudged quotations, miscalculations, and distortions worthy of a professional propagandist.
Frampton the architect and historian could learn something from Le Corbusier the architect and propagandist.
Neely's one-sided anecdotes about corporate litigants would make a Chamber of Commerce propagandist blush.
I suppose Lord Haw-Haw, the Nazi propagandist, may have been equally loathed but it must be a close run thing.
1946 - Nazi propagandist William Joyce, the notorious Lord Haw-Haw, was hanged for treason.
Eddlem when he attributes to Joe McCarthy "personal attacks" in rebutting CBS propagandist Edward R.
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.
Separate briefs were also filed by WallBuilders, "Christian nation" propagandist David Barton's group in Texas, and by the Thomas More Center, an Ann Arbor, Mich.