These lines could be understood if they were directed toward jingoist
poets such as Jessie Pope, Louisa Prior, or Marjorie Pratt because all three of these women not only shamed young men into enlisting, but also fervently supported the war even after discouragingly heavy losses (Buck, "British Women's Writing" 90).
Definitely should not be read by God-fearing, Jesus-loving, flag-waving jingoists
Nonetheless, he separated himself from Zionist jingoists
and bigots including Vladimir Jabotinsky and Menachem Begin, and often from mainstream Zionists like Chaim Weizmann and David Ben Gurion.
If the structures of feeling evident recently have lost the confident assurance of Tressell's Owen and Barrington, they have lost, too, that long insistent sense of the workers as the media's dupes, as conned, drunken jingoists
. Kelman's narrative perspective in The Bus Conductor Hines deconstructs 'the divide between the public and the private, the personal and the political' (p.
So neocons, who once prided themselves on their sober-minded vision, have proven to be just another bunch of bloody jingoists
after all, seeking to revivify colonialism in a postcolonial age.
It would be a fitting way to have the last laugh after the vilification Beckham has received at home from jumped-up jingoists
who pounce on their national team's greatest idol at the drop of a hat.
This attitude also reflects that of the late nineteenth-century age of imperialism, during which the jingoists
attempted to fulfill what they believed to be the divinely ordained "manifest destiny" of American expansion.
This policy, Manifest Destiny, was endorsed by most of the clergy, who claimed that it was God's will for the United States to spread Christianity; the business community, who wanted more sources of raw materials and markets for manufactured products; the Southern states, which wanted more slave states; and American jingoists
. And the westward movement did not stop at the shores of California.
We are all now at risk, the jingoists
who support Bush and Blair as well as, unfortunately, those who are able to foresee the consequences of the loudmouthed muscle-flexing that passes as American foreign policy.
But they feared that theocrats and jingoists
would twist religion into a tool of imperial government to launch crusading conquests of other countries and to suppress freedom at home.
By 1902 it had come to call up an image including soldiers, sailors, imperial administrators, missionaries, jingoists
, and heathen and barbaric natives.
who consider any effort to understand terrorists immoral, on the grounds that to understand is to endorse, these hard-liners disdain complexity.