Speaking to media in Islamabad, Aitzaz Ahsan said that Tariq Fatimi and Rao Tehseen were made scapegoats
in the Dawnleaks saga, claiming that Mariyum Nawaz was involved in it.
The narrative will "establish a false causal link between its chosen scapegoat
and the real or imaginary cause of its trouble," stress a non-existent difference between this individual and other members of the community, and present the sacrifice of the individual as a means of ending that trouble ("Generative" 103).
For the judicial corruption investigations that incriminated Erdoy-an and his associates, the scapegoat
was Islamic scholar Fethullah GE-len, who has been a vocal opponent of corruption in the government for decades.
An official has said that Georgia's Central Bank has become a scapegoat
for economic problems.
argues that while Jesus is not a scapegoat
, he is the lamb of God as understood in the context of the Bible's take on sacrifice: not something to appease God, but a sign of God's graces and our gratitude for them (173, 215).
In a further complication to Girard's scapegoat
Nobody puts me under more pressure than myself but people want scapegoats
, don't they?
The channel's director of drama commissioning Laura Mackie, said: "We're delighted to be bringing The Scapegoat
Often, the only thing required to enshrine a new scapegoat
is a compulsive need for someone to despise.
So as far as I was concerned, I was used as a scapegoat
," she added.
Ayyoub added that the public has often ended up as a scapegoat
of political disputes which have sprang up among the various leaders over the past few years.
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Being targeted as a scapegoat
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helps unite all ranks of society, and, as Ciuba indicates, institutionalized slavery "minimized the differences based on wealth, gender, or social status that might lead to discontent and disturbances" (29).