antimilitarist


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antimilitarist

(ˌæntɪˈmɪlɪtərɪst)
adj
opposed to militarism
n
a person opposed to militarism
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News quickly spread that another massacre had occurred at a rally organized by the anarchists demanding "justice" for two young soldiers "victimized" for their antimilitarist views.
She locates the distinctive contributions of women theorists in their rejection of possessive individualism and acceptance of positive - primarily maternal - bonds in the earliest societies, in their antimilitarist values, and in their sensitivity to animals.
The message the Mashiach Rael relayed from the Elohim in August asked the Jewish people to promote 'a Judaism of peace and tolerance; an antiracist Judaism; a globalist Judaism that aims to unite all nations within a world government; an antimilitarist Judaism pushing for the immediate and unilateral elimination of weapons of mass destruction; a pro-science Judaism promoting genetics and space exploration; and, finally, a Judaism especially working toward[construction of] the Third Temple, our Embassy, .
Spread around the world to bring the magnificent values of Raelian-Judaism: a Judaism of peace and tolerance; an antiracist Judaism; a globalist Judaism that aims to unite all nations within a world government; an antimilitarist Judaism pushing for the immediate and unilateral elimination of weapons of mass destruction; a pro-science Judaism promoting genetics and space exploration; and, finally, a Judaism working especially toward[construction of] the Third Temple, our Embassy, to which we will officially return to reinforce an enduring peace between all people, and to which all the great prophets will return to testify with us, thereby destroying all the myths that the divisive religions have created.
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.
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.
Somewhat more problematically from the perspective of the modern antimilitarist liberal, Mozi also distinguishes between offensive warfare and the warfare of punishment.
The debate about whether believers prior to Constantine were antimilitarist is an old one.
The Vatican newspaper said that the plot descends into sentimentality, and "a rather facile anti-imperialist and antimilitarist parable which doesn't have the same bite as other more serious films.