- n. Plural form of humanitarian.
“These are the "humanitarians" - the good, the noble, the refined, who chant "peace.”
“These are the "humanitarians" - the good, the noble, the refined, who chant”
“They were that as long as these so-called humanitarians let them alone.”
“It is because I find in all so-called humanitarians this tendency to place humanity before God, material needs before ideals, that I call them, when all is said, the most insidious foes of true religion.”
“What seriously concerns our humanitarians is the service of mankind.”
“When the convict (in whose interest so-called humanitarians have devised the law) enters the prison he becomes the servant and slave of the Prison Board, and no court has the power to reach him.”
“That is the currency by which the Arab propaganda machine spreads its hatred and inciites so called humanitarians to help Gazans.”
“The issue has been turned into a moralistic finger-waggling, and sometimes cash maker, by so many sanctimonious leaders and so called humanitarians that they have forgotten about the power of the intellect.”
“Yes, we're talking about those kind of humanitarians, making the entire star-frotting exercise yet another example of the burgeoning humanitarian awards industry.”
“But I have had it up to my eyeballs with so many of the richest, most powerful people in the world concentrating obscene levels of wealth much more than they create, throwing a few crumbs back to the poor, and calling themselves 'humanitarians'.”
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