- n. Plural form of collaborationist.
“Last night and the night before, markgritter and I watched Lust, Caution, an Ang Lee movie about a woman struggling with collaborationists in wartime Shanghai.”
“Karzai is one of a long list of America's unpopular collaborationists appointed and imposed in U.S. invaded and occupied nations to later be pseudo-legitimized in controlled, not free elections.”
“It would be nice to see some Dems who weren't collaborationists.”
“French business interests acted like Vichy collaborationists.”
“Some Palestinians collaborationists of course are celebrating the misery of Gaza: "Palestinian Authority officials in Ramallah expressed hope that the looming humanitarian crisis in the Gaza Strip would prompt Palestinians to turn against the Hamas government.”
““We cannot tolerate collaborationists” who were “nothing but tools of the Soviet state and will be dealt with as such,” he said.”
“The recent publication of Carmen Callil's "Bad Faith" has revealed much that is new and shocking about the behavior of French collaborationists like Marguerite and her friends, and French intellectuals and media are now talking more openly about this dishonorable era of recent French history.”
“The collaborationists were then represented by the Nashashibis and the Hashemites of Jordan.”
“If you defend Bush in any capacity, I condemn you as history will condemn you: collaborationists who refused to answer the call and stood with the real enemy.”
“Is the performance of collaborationists in Fath gangs popular?”
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