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'''Anti-Americanism''' is [[discrimination]], [[Hate|hatred]], or criticism of [[United States of America]].
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'''Anti-Americanism''' is hostility towards the people, policies and culture of [[United States of America]].
  
After an initial support of the [[United States]] after the [[9/11]] tragedy, many nations became frustrated at the [[United States]] after unilateral and pre-emptive action was taken against [[Iraq]].
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Many Islamist regimes are noted for their anti-American sentiments- often disguised as criticism of the War on Terror. Those with anti-American sentiments often lack the liberty celebrated in America and therefore hate America because of the freedoms available to the American people, and many are liberals who believe that other nations are equal to or beyond America in their achievements.  
  
 
"Anti-Americanism is not only the world’s most pernicious and ubiquitous ideology — it is also the most tenacious. In fact, it has taken on some aspects of a religion." <ref>[http://www.nysun.com/news/america-s-moral-authority America’s Moral Authority], Daniel Johnson, ''[[New York Sun|The New York Sun]]'', May 1, 2008</ref>
 
"Anti-Americanism is not only the world’s most pernicious and ubiquitous ideology — it is also the most tenacious. In fact, it has taken on some aspects of a religion." <ref>[http://www.nysun.com/news/america-s-moral-authority America’s Moral Authority], Daniel Johnson, ''[[New York Sun|The New York Sun]]'', May 1, 2008</ref>

Revision as of 22:56, 2 February 2009

Anti-Americanism is hostility towards the people, policies and culture of United States of America.

Many Islamist regimes are noted for their anti-American sentiments- often disguised as criticism of the War on Terror. Those with anti-American sentiments often lack the liberty celebrated in America and therefore hate America because of the freedoms available to the American people, and many are liberals who believe that other nations are equal to or beyond America in their achievements.

"Anti-Americanism is not only the world’s most pernicious and ubiquitous ideology — it is also the most tenacious. In fact, it has taken on some aspects of a religion." [1]

"Anti-Americanism is the prevailing disease of intellectuals today." [2]

References

  1. America’s Moral Authority, Daniel Johnson, The New York Sun, May 1, 2008
  2. Anti-Americanism Is Racist Envy, Paul Johnson, Forbes.com, July 21, 2003

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