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. I should have associated my son in the Empire; my dictatorship would have been finished, and his constitutional reign would have begun.
During the five year rule of BJP any criticism of the Sangh Parivar and Hindutva ideology was branded as a sign of an antinational. The sedition law was misused to put the social activists behind the bars.
The Soviet project of "culturedness" that required antireligious and antinational rhetoric directly affected Kyrgyz theater professionals' lives and work.
On the one hand, the language of the war that Indian media has taken up, is not only putting the whole region into turmoil as it encourages hawks, on the other hand, suppress the voice of those, who favour talks over war, by labelling them as antinational as Sidhu's case in point, who was dropped from the Kapil Sharma show over his statement on Pulwama attack.
While some of the issues, such as the 'Beti Bachao Beti Padhao' initiative is topical, the reader is often left confused as to how the event of antinational slogans at a reputed university in the national capital, media communication related to surgical strikes or demonetization, or the election dynamics in the post-2014 India relate to the focal point of gender and media.
Is it part of the Muslim killing under the garb of 'cow protection' or Kashmiri killing under garb of 'Antinational' we wonder!
He also had a supporting role in the hijacking Royal Nepal Airlines plane for supporting to the then antinational element Nepali Congress.
Factual and logical refutations of Modi's claims of success of his programs posted in the groups often elicited the response that this was "boring" and "too serious." I was taunted for "knowing everything happening in India while sitting in London." When I objected to Indian army action of firing pellets, blinding many young protesters in Kashmir, I was attacked for being antinational. Following my criticism of the so-called surgical strikes on Pakistan, a few of my classmates threatened to report me to the intelligence services.
Though this report by the IB does not make NGOs completely dubious or antinational, it does raise doubts about the spontaneity of anti-POSCO or anti-Vedanta agitations.
Jose Maria Sison, founder of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP), said her rejection was a sign that the Duterte administration was 'becoming more and more reactionary and servile to antinational and antidemocratic interests.'
If he does all that and even questions some of your beliefs, he is antinational, so just tell him to get out.
(24) As historian David Marshall Struthers has shown, these labor and radical activists embraced an "antinational cosmopolitanism," suffusing their organizing efforts with internationalist ideals, multilingualism and class-consciousness.