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That laughter becomes risible when States that once subjugated her and now as this house has done, now issue dated ultimatums for her to do this or that by this date or that date at the pain of serious sanctions," the Sri Lankan-born British MEP said at the debate.
Fleming said, "I am not sure women are subjugated, but I am not a woman.
It was the German army, together with the Russian army, who subjugated that country.
The Suez campaign was an act of aggression by Great Britain against a subjugated and peaceful nation, Egypt, to deprive that nation of its natural resource - The Suez Canal.
we shall never surrender, and even if, which I do not for a moment believe, this Island or a large part of it were subjugated and starving, then our Empire .
By the mid-eighth century, Arab armies had subjugated the Persian Empire, drastically reduced the size of the Byzantine Empire, and eliminated the Visigoth kingdom of Spain.
The subjugated and the oppressed have always found ways of defying immoral and unreasonable laws imposed on them by their real or would-be masters throughout history.
Since the United States became the world's preeminent military and economic power, however, honesty about the imperial prerogative has been subjugated by the rhetoric of humanitarianism.
Instead of the glowing log fire and windows tight shuttered against the drifting snow, we have only the harsh glare of an alien sun; instead of the happy circle of loved faces, of home and family, we have the uncomprehending stares of the subjugated, though not doubt grateful, heathen.
She argues that, by creating characters who improvise identity, as they do music, out of the conflict between the dominant slave system and the subjugated system of African culture, rather than simply in relation to the dominant one, Morrison "shines a light through the cracks that appear in Althusser's theory as soon as it is applied to an actual social formation" (23).
The colonizer purposefully ignores the culture and history of subjugated groups nor are they consulted.