antimilitarist


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antimilitarist

(ˌæntɪˈmɪlɪtərɪst)
adj
opposed to militarism
n
a person opposed to militarism
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The third group of videos documents and displays a variety of antimilitarist, antiracist, and antifascist actions, such as protests, marches and performances made by WiB or in cooperation with local and regional activists (like, for example, Labris--an organization for lesbian human rights--, or the Women's Roma Network).
The intensity of antimilitarist feeling grew with the outbreak of war, and in 1914 two motions were put to the SAP congress to clarify the relationship between the mother party and its youth league.
So there is little reason to think a party rooted in organized labor would have been consistently antimilitarist.
It was suppressed in September 1887 when '[o]ur "boy", 'Le Revolte', prosecuted for antimilitarist propaganda, was compelled to changes its title-page and now appeared under a feminine name', (31) La Revolte (Revolt).
The period between 1911 and 1918 encompasses a number of events, movements and political attitudes that often worked at cross purposes and which all had a stake in defining the role of the mothers of Italy: the Italian campaign in Libya, the emergence of an organized antimilitarist movement that included socialists and anarchists, the continuing "battle of the sexes" and the women's movement, Nationalism and pronatalism, and Italy's intervention in World War I.
Madam' is herself a pronounced antimilitarist, and it is because she wants to kill war that she is whole-heartedly in support of this war, believing all must strive to the bitter end to crush out the barbarism of Germany.
Bernie makes the ethno-ideological analogy implicit in referring to Jack's techno-headset as "a cross between an anteater and a German army helmet," and Roz reinforces the antimilitarist sentiment in raising objections to Greg's having gone duck hunting with Jack: "Our people don't shoot ducks
His articles deploring occupational safety and workplace health hazards appeared in leftwing publications such as the antimilitarist weekly La Guerre sociale (whose director was none other than Jean Vigo's father) and the Parti Communiste Francais daily, L'Humanite.
I believe it would be right to seek answers to these questions while looking at the grandeur and attraction of the visuals in the exhibition," Deveci explained, adding that he chose to construct the exhibition not on the basis of antimilitarist discourse but solely from the power of the images.
But the Party's failure to apply the same antimilitarist criteria to the Soviet Union as it did to the United States led to "ideological and organizational crises.
Or are they positioning their speakers in the maternal realm in order to take an anti-war stance, as many antimilitarist activists of the era had done?