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Doesn't he realise that all the jingoistic claptrap stirs up the wrong feelings in some people?
The Master of the Queen's Music, Dr Malcolm Williamson, would also like to see changes to the anthem, which was written as a jingoistic rooaiser as George II's troops fought Bonnie Prince Charlie's army in 1745.
The Sun is always so jingoistic, but today was the worst I'd ever seen.
But the jingoistic celebrations outside Crawshay's home of Cyfarthfa Castle were marred by the death of a 14-year-old boy killed by a cannon ball fired in Nelson's honour.
On the plus side, however, there were a noticeable number of young audience members whose ears are not closed to anything less jingoistic than the pianistic potboilers of Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov and Grieg.
They thought because of the title that it was going to be very jingoistic and there are some patriotic-sounding tunes in the first number.
But, perhaps, instead of being xenophobic, jingoistic and racist, the worst of the 'give us back our Empire' brigade are simply much-misunderstood patriots.
These jingoistic displays of British militarism are offensive to the many nationalists and republicans who are compelled to work daily in this building," said Mr Maskey.
Nice to win, but it's not the end of the world if we lose and certainly no reason to behave in such a jingoistic manner.
A little stiff and jingoistic perhaps, but with some great battle scenes.
Anti Pakistan statements from Indian leadership reflect their jingoistic mindset, he remarked.
Bloody-minded, jingoistic and prepared to divide and rule to get her own way.