antinational

antinational

(ˌæntɪˈnæʃənəl)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposed to one's nation; unpatriotic
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On returning to France, to the bosom of the great, strong, magnificent, peaceful, and glorious fatherland, I should have proclaimed her frontiers immutable; all future wars purely defensive, all aggrandizement antinational.
Police are also investigating antinational activities sponsored by ISI.
Lors d'une conference de presse, Mme Hanoune a appele les membres de l'Assemblee populaire nationale a [beaucoup moins que] ne pas voter [beaucoup plus grand que] ce projet de loi qu'elle a qualifie d'[beaucoup moins que] antinational et inconstitutionnel [beaucoup plus grand que].
The Indian government issued the notices to Aaj Tak, ABP News and NDTV last week, accusing them of casting aspersions on the integrity of the President and judiciary, inciting violence and stoking antinational sentiment.
The irony," Knirck concludes memorably, "was that the very policies that Cumann na nGaedheal tried to promote as continuities from the revolution, and as national in scope, led to the party successfully being depicted as antinational or pro-British by republican opponents.
However, I had made the statement that antinational elements do not need to be served biryani and to be handled as per the law.
Following the maps it is not complicated to trace back the periods of renaming the place-names of Lithuania Minor: antinational (1920-1934), national (1935-1944) and soviet (1955-199?
In 1923, a memorandum of the Romanian community from Medias, addressed to the President of the Council of Ministers, relates the antinational protests of the Saxons (sasi) authorities and intellectuals from this city.
Erol Rizaov wonders in Utrinski Vesnik why there isn't a day when VMRO-DPMNE and Nikola Gruevski to not make excuses with the shallow lie of 15 years of governing of anti-state and antinational governments.
In complete contravention of international humanitarian laws, several laws in existence since 1990 have granted absolute impunity to Indian armed and paramilitary forces: the National Security Act under which a person can be detained without any reason for a year for antinational activity; the Armed Forces Special Powers Act allowing the Indian forces to search houses without warrant, arrest Kashmiris without warrant, destroy property and shoot at unarmed civilians, all with absolute immunity from prosecution; the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities Act, treating every Kashmiri as a combatant and a terrorist; and the Jammu and Kashmir Public Safety Act, allowing the state to arrest anyone for expressing their views on Kashmir's disputed nature or publishing any documents.
Although it is important that the government protect its citizens' freedom in cyberspace, irresponsible, antisocial, and antinational behavior must be constrained.
the influence of an antinational Roman Catholic Church, gave many .