Francophobia

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Morbid fear of anything French
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When images of bloodied youths allegedly mauled down by bullets from French soldiers were broadcast on TV, the anti-French sentiment hit an all-time high.
NYT's Thomas Friedman captures the anti-French sentiment in his column: "It's time we as Americans came to terms with something: France is not just our annoying ally.
Anti-French sentiment swept across the US following the French government's staunch opposition to the war in Iraq.
Yet Cuny admits he has experienced some anti-French sentiment from patrons at Wine Bistro in recent months, saying that ``when they discovered they were in a French restaurant, they walked out.
After winning the Nasdaq-100 Open for the second year in a row, Williams was asked about anti-French sentiment in the United States stemming from the war in Iraq.
ANTI-FRENCH sentiment in the US could be a factor behind increasing demand for Welsh bottled water on the other side of the Atlantic.
I don' t think it was anti-French sentiment, more a sense of backing the underdog.
M Foccart reveals that in August 1959, as Gen De Gaulle set off to visit french-speaking African countries, he advised the President to change his itinerary at the last minute, and to begin his state visit by going to the friendlier capitals of Antanananarivo, Brazzaville and Abidjan first, instead of starting in Dakar and Conakry where there was a strong anti-French sentiment.
She was asked, after beating Jennifer Capriati 4-6 6-4 6-1 to win her second consecutive Nasdaq title, about anti-French sentiment in the States.
Anti-French sentiment has returned with a vengeance in the United States and some sections of British society.
Over the last few years, the rate of French wine sales growth has slowed considerably, primarily due to anti-French sentiments and a weak dollar.