- n. Plural form of imperialist.
“For the baggers to co-opt anti-imperialist rhetoric, often while protesting on behalf of corporate imperialists, is an irony that escapes them.”
“The foreign visitors aboard a tour bus were shown patriotic videos of soldiers fighting the "imperialists" -- either Japanese or Americans.”
“See, capturing power is one thing and fighting the imperialists is another.”
“We're sometimes called imperialists, or colonialists, or infidel, or unsophisticated cowboys.”
“Anyone who thinks so is crazy, and the imperialists are the ones who think so, the ones who maintain military bases all over the world, who threaten everyone, who intervene everywhere.”
“The imperialists are a bit mentally retarded but they will have to learn what the use has been of their 20 years of hostility and struggle against us.”
“In Peru they are conducting their great reactionary campaigns with the support of the oligarchy and the press, which reflects the thoughts of the imperialists, that is, the rightist press.”
“And it is proper to point this out because one of the arguments used at the beginning by the imperialists was the very famous argument of anticommunism.”
“Those who are incendiaries of war are the imperialists; the imperialists are the adventurers.”
“That is the imperialists, that is the soldiers of imperialism, and this is what shows us who our enemies are and how our enemies must be dealt with, and how we are going to deal with them if some day they set foot on our soil.”
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