warmonger


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a person who advocates war or warlike policies

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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.
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SIR - I was sickened at the sight of Tony Blair having his medal of honour placed around his neck by the warmonger George Bush.
Why not equip Bush, Blair, Brown, Harman, Prescott and any other warmonger with the equipment they need, and shove them out of an aircraft?
Hicks, close friend and bankroller of White House warmonger George W Bush, or Owen, former sidekick of Anne Diamond and host of the long-lamented Sporting Triangles?
That this man appears to sleep at night with all the wrongs that he has done on his conscience is positive proof that he is a warmonger with no regard for others.
In place of the two-dimensional stereotype of the Romantic Indian, for example, he substitutes an even older and more offensive caricature: the American Indian as warmonger.
WARMONGER Former prime minister Tony Blair says we should intervene in Syria
Sir, - President Bush is not a warmonger, as your correspondent Jayne Shaw (Post, July 4) would have us believe.
The left caricatured him as a warmonger for his assertive stance against the Soviet empire - most egregiously in Lyndon Johnson's famous TV commercial of the little girl blown away by a nuclear blast.
Bush as "a cross-eyed Texan warmonger, unelected, inarticulate, who epitomises the arrogance of American foreign policy".
Add this to Trident and the UK's willingness T to play a leading role in wars of aggression in far-flung places, and you begin to see that we must have an image of warmonger rather than peacemaker in the eyes of much of the globe.