But this week's news is a vindication of another important objection raised in Cadbury's defence, which, far from being jingoistic
, was fundamental.
Perhaps the clinically controlled environment of Spain and Brussels and the language barriers might have made the jingoes amongst the Pakistani media a bit circumscribed, but still some belonging to a jingoistic
group managed to spill their beans whenever they could.
But there is nothing jingoistic
about The Lark Ascending or Fantasia on Greensleeves.
Do some of the more jingoistic
of them not enjoy the Last Night of the Proms?
In sum, the commentary is testimony to the jingoistic
approach we bring to news coverage of international affairs in general and Cuba in particular.
If her patriotism runs deeper than a jingoistic
sense of ethnic superiority, it is fueled by her activist sense of public service, for which she finds inspiration in the words of Theodore Roosevelt: "To announce that there must be no criticism of the president, or that we are to stand by the president, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public.
The first one is subsumed in a jingoistic
war on terrorism, while the second is nurtured by an enervating domestic miasma of crass, and often vulgar, hip-hop consumerism.
Studying people who are often maligned as racist, jingoistic
troglodytes, she portrays a lively and diverse group brought together by common interests in history, mechanics, and liberty.
Among those who confuse cynicism for sophistication, such idealistic sentiments are regarded as little more than jingoistic
flights of fancy.
The latter especially is very pro-Rebel in the strongest jingoistic
Mel Gibson sense.
And the arrival of that pillock Geoff Hoon just gave the entire proceedings the seal of jingoistic
, swaggering bluster.
I've praised Mellencamp for his grandiloquent and gritty sense of rock'n'roll and given him an equally hard time for leaden, jingoistic
, cheerleading lyrics.