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Synonyms for warmonger

a person who advocates war or warlike policies

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By picking fights with Iran, the warmongers cannot sweep their war crimes under the carpet.
Also paying their respects at the service was Tony Blair another warmonger and hypocrite.
The warmongers who support Israel, especially neocons and Likudniks in the United States, were given a golden opportunity to incite an attack against yet another Arab country.
Mind you the Tories have always been known as warmongers.
If conservatives had been putting forth such perspectives rather than being mere handmaidens to neocon torturers, warmongers, and rabid capitalists, I'd have given you my ear much sooner.
There's a few I could do without - the bullying warmongers certainly and maybe Peter Stringfellow .
If the puppet warmongers infringe upon our inviolable dignity even a bit.
However, Messent and millions of other British people miss one specific point and that is that this Iraq war is an illegal war, launched to satisfy the egos of two warmongers - Blair and Bush - and to give them control of the oil reserves in Iraq.
He and Gordon Brown gushed over each other this week in a mutual show of respect for fellow warmongers of international disrepute.
Warmongers are backed by the arms trade, taxpayers and big business.
I is for Infidel will transform its readers' understanding of Afghanistan, and inspire awe at the resilience of its people in the face of the monstrous warmongers the West has helped to create.
Lewis hilariously profiles major Republican players, dividing them into the Wackos, Weasels, Warmongers and Political Hall of Shame (reserved for lifetime achievers).
Lining up against Ray are big business and warmongers.
Favoring hard-edged growls and rough new wave settings, Free targets music icons ("When Queers Be come Rock Stars," "Disco Divas"), warmongers ("Never Again and Again"), and cops ("Fair Trade").
With the proverbial exceptions, this Biennial amounted to an escapist enterprise--just what the social activists and warmongers in the Bush administration need.