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8 the Nigerian media reported that the warrants appear to be based upon allegations of treasonable activities committed abroad.
The faithful people of this country fought for this unity by defeating the project of secession, burying its sources and turning the treasonable conspiracy against unity into a complete failure.
Despite that DoD officials removed the offensive section from their educational resources at the urging of ACLU members, the DoD stance is still troubling since a longstanding practice to designate peaceful, law abiding activists as dangerous and treasonable still exists in many government departments and agencies.
He said "Zionist-ruled mediastirred up treasonable rallies".
To announce that there must be no criticism of the President, or that we are to stand by the President, right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public.
In defense of Jack Dresser, Ehren Watada and Mark Twain, I quote Teddy Roosevelt (by Charles Stromme's standards, a gentleman of questionable patriotism): "To announce that there must be no criticism of the president, or that we are to stand by the president right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public.
Connie, 70, of Fores Hall, said: "All we were asking for was education for everyone, but that was seen as treasonable
That commitment which continued to our own era of airpower made sense to an isolated Republic threatened with Royalist inspired privateering on its trade, with invasions supported by outraged kings from the mainland, but in possession of funds (realized from the sale of the expropriated wealth of the monarch and his treasonable supporters) to invest heavily in the construction of warships.
Mitchell did in fact accuse his superiors in the army as well as senior admirals in the navy of "incompetency, criminal negligence and almost treasonable administration of the national defense"--very harsh words for a group of men who had served their country for decades and who had seen combat themselves, on several occasions.
In fact on the night of our removal, whilst some were on trial in the courthouse, we formed a circle in the cellar and commenced "to sing" in a loud tone the most treasonable and seditious songs, keeping time by stamping on the flags as we went.
It appears there are some on this side of Hadrian's Wall who labour under the misapprehension that any support for England from a Scot is a treasonable act.
The result has been catastrophic for the morale of the Israeli army, with junior and even senior officers and men criticising the conduct of the war, charging the minister of defence and the prime minister with treasonable incompetence.