Yankee go home


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Yankee go home

An outcry against the intrusion of the US and/or Americanisms into other cultures. As the spread of American culture has increased throughout the world, so have the calls of "Yankee go home!"
See also: go, home, Yankee
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"Yankee Go Home", "Hands Off Venezuela", was written on the posters the protesters were holding.
"Who knew that the slogan 'Yankee Go Home' would come true like this?" it said.
Meeting at ystanbul's TE-nel Square in the Beyoy-lu district and walking to Galatasaray High School, a group identified with the left-wing nationalist Youth Union of Turkey (TGB) marched under banners showing Biden's face and the motto "Yankee go home!"
sailors on a crowded street in Istanbul on Wednesday, shouting "Yankee go home", throwing paint and trying to pull hoods over their heads.
The group assaulted the three sailors on a crowded street in Istanbul on Wednesday, shouting "Yankee go home", throwing paint and trying to pull hoods over their heads, in an assault condemned by the United States.
A student at a local university concluded that "Obama wants to use Turkish soldiers in Afghanistan as shields for American soldiers," insisting that "America killed millions of people in Iraq, so the Turkish people do not have any tolerance for the United States of America." Others shouted: 'Yankee Go Home' and 'Killer USA: Leave the Middle East'.
Thousands of Iraqis took to the streets to denounce Maliki and demand that Yankee go home sooner: 2011 was far too late.
In "Coca-Cola Project/ Proyecto Coca-Cola," he stamped empty bottles with the words, "Yankee Go Home" in small letters, then sent them to be recycled.
Sorry Mr President, but on this occasion: Yankee Go Home!
Some have even been seen with signs reading, "Yankee go home."
I have read so many graffiti signs that say "Yankee go home," and leaving politics aside, something should be said for the coming of age of a continent full of people who are looking to overcome political barriers for a common cause--the well-being of those who have very little.
The artist takes an unambiguous stance in his design for a large bronze: In Yankee Go Home, 2002, the familiar slogan against American occupation has been gouged with a finger on three slabs crudely joined with modeling clay, as if the artist wanted to freeze a spontaneous expression into a monument.
Waltzing up the aisle of the fabulously funky ballroom theater of a waterfront hotel that once housed the surviving crew members of the Titanic, John Cameron Mitchell sports a Barbara Mandrell cotton-candy wig, a fringed denim cowgirl camisole, and a flag-striped cape, the inside of which is spray-painted Yankee Go Home ...
Jack Granatstein, author of Yankee Go Home: Canadians and Anti-Americanism and the Rowell Jackman Fellow at the CIIA, met with branches in Vancouver, Ottawa, Montreal, and Halifax in October.
No one yells or spray paints "Yankee go home" at Epcot.