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  • n. Plural form of hatemonger.

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Examples

  • He just calls the hatemongers idiots ... because he had to stop soem guy from calling obama a terrorist the mccain / palin rally is officially a reincarnation of the

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • Khan doesn't focus his fury on Parvez's father, but on the "hatemongers" in the media for covering the horrible story.

    Ezra Levant: May 2008 Archives

  • Your citizens of Coastopia are starting to scare me ... everyone sounds like the "hatemongers" from which they are hoping to extricate themselves!

    American Coastopia!

  • Activist Susan Elliot addressed the Board on several occasions opposing Stone's characterization of the picketers as "hatemongers" and white supremacists.

    LA IMC

  • There's a reason why democratic senators, congressmen and presidents are so wealthy. denverdan - just because you don't agree with someone doesn't make them 'hatemongers'.

    Right Pundits

  • But the incident put me in mind of the fact that whenever I or other anti-jihadists quote from Islamic texts, we're accused of being "hatemongers," "Islamophobic," "bigots," etc.

    Jihad Watch

  • They prefer to smear anti-jihadists as "hatemongers" and "bigots" than actually to refute their assertions, which of course they cannot ...

    Fortress Australia Outpost

  • But the incident put me in mind of the fact that whenever I or other anti-jihadists quote from Islamic texts, we're accused of being "hatemongers," "Islamophobic,"

    Infidels Are Cool

  • They prefer to smear anti-jihadists as "hatemongers" and

    Jihad Monitor

  • And here's a quote from Alan Borovoy of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association: "Although it's true that they have nailed some genuine hatemongers with it, it has nevertheless been used or threatened to be used against a wide variety of constituencies who don't bear the slightest resemblance to the kind of hatemongers that were originally envisioned: anti-American protesters, French-Canadian nationalists, a film sympathetic to South Africa's Nelson Mandela, a pro-Zionist book, a Jewish community leader, Salman Rushdie's Satanic Verses, and even a couple years ago, a pro-Israeli speaker was briefed about the anti-hate law by a police detective before he went in to make a speech," he said.

    The National Post previews Tuesday's hearing - Ezra Levant

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