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* The movie based on Creator/TerryPratchett's ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novel ''Discworld/TheColourOfMagic'' has the character Twoflower as a completely oblivious American tourist complete with straw hat, Hawaiian print shirt, and camera. This is different from the book, however, as Twoflower is from the Agaetean empire and is the local equivalent of a JapaneseTourist.

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* The movie based on Creator/TerryPratchett's ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' novel ''Discworld/TheColourOfMagic'' ''Literature/TheColourOfMagic'' has the character Twoflower as a completely oblivious American tourist complete with straw hat, Hawaiian print shirt, and camera. This is different from the book, however, as Twoflower is from the Agaetean empire and is the local equivalent of a JapaneseTourist.



* Despite Creator/TerryPratchett's [[WordOfGod stated decree]] that no part of the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' should resemble North America, this inevitably crept in over the life of the series. the Tezuman Empire is an {{Expy}} of pre-Conquest Mexico; the existance of a people not unlike Red Indians was revealed in ''Discworld/ReaperMan''; ''Discworld/WitchesAbroad'' saw a Louisiana-bayou place with a Cajun vibe, complete with riverboats and gamblers in white suits with those odd string ties... The posthumously published ''Complete Discworld Atlas'' [[note]] completed by Terry's collaborators but based on Pratchett's original notes[[/note]] gave into this reality. A large and previously undescribed tranche of land was christened "The Great Outdoors", and given a vibe which appears to be the Frontier USA of the nineteenth century with a lot of Canada slipping in by default. It has majestic mountains and rivers, fur-traders, refugees from wars and religious persecution fleeing here to make a new life, salt-flats around a salt lake populated by [[UsefulNotes/{{Mormonism}} members of a strict and heretical Omnian sect]]...

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* Despite Creator/TerryPratchett's [[WordOfGod stated decree]] that no part of the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' should resemble North America, this inevitably crept in over the life of the series. the Tezuman Empire is an {{Expy}} of pre-Conquest Mexico; the existance existence of a people not unlike Red Indians was revealed in ''Discworld/ReaperMan''; ''Discworld/WitchesAbroad'' ''Literature/ReaperMan''; ''Literature/WitchesAbroad'' saw a Louisiana-bayou place with a Cajun vibe, complete with riverboats and gamblers in white suits with those odd string ties... The posthumously published ''Complete Discworld Atlas'' [[note]] completed by Terry's collaborators but based on Pratchett's original notes[[/note]] gave into this reality. A large and previously undescribed tranche of land was christened "The Great Outdoors", and given a vibe which appears to be the Frontier USA of the nineteenth century with a lot of Canada slipping in by default. It has majestic mountains and rivers, fur-traders, refugees from wars and religious persecution fleeing here to make a new life, salt-flats around a salt lake populated by [[UsefulNotes/{{Mormonism}} members of a strict and heretical Omnian sect]]...


** Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw, British expat living in Australia, strictly views everything American as Boorish. He devoted [[AuthorFilibuster a major portion]] of his reviews of ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare4ModernWarfare'' and ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonorAirborne'' to [[{{Demonization}} Demonizing]] the United States and Americans (which also included a few claims akin to HypocriticalFandom).

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** Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw, British expat living in Australia, strictly views everything American as Boorish. He devoted [[AuthorFilibuster a major portion]] of his reviews of ''VideoGame/ModernWarfare4ModernWarfare'' and ''VideoGame/MedalOfHonorAirborne'' to [[{{Demonization}} Demonizing]] the United States and Americans (which also included a few claims akin to HypocriticalFandom).Americans.


* WWC even had a "Guapa Americana" vs "Mala Americana" feud; Wrestling/MickieJames vs [[Wrestling/JessicaKresa ODB]][[/folder]]

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* WWC even had a "Guapa Americana" vs "Mala Americana" feud; Wrestling/MickieJames vs [[Wrestling/JessicaKresa ODB]][[/folder]]
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* Wrestlers from the USA tend to go through hazing in REINA, sometimes subtley, sometime overtly such as the case of Luscious Latasha's brief runs. The wrestlers do tend to be a bit pompous, so taking them down a peg is understandable, but their mistreatment usually continues [[IneffectualSympatheticVillain long after the fact]] and ends up turning them [[HeelFaceTurn into fan favorites]], such as when Mia Yim got a loving send off when her contract expired.[[/folder]]


* LLF fans are famous for their love of wrestlers from the US, to the point Christie Ricci's ruda run failed and the promotion rarely even tried to book them as anything other than tecnicas following, except sometimes against each other when [[Wrestling/VelvetSky Talia Madison]] and April Hunter ganged up on [[Wrestling/SaraDelRey American Angel]] after Angel's inevitable HeelFaceTurn. Fans who dare ''{{c|rowdchant}}hant'' "USA" do tend to get shouted down, but the US wrestlers tend to become so [[ImmigrantPatriotism patriotic]] Mexico related chants work just as well.

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* LLF fans are famous for their love of wrestlers from the US, to the point Christie Ricci's ruda {{rud|o}}a run failed and the promotion rarely even tried to book them as anything other than tecnicas {{tecnic|o}}as following, except sometimes against each other when [[Wrestling/VelvetSky Talia Madison]] and April Hunter ganged up on [[Wrestling/SaraDelRey American Angel]] after Angel's inevitable HeelFaceTurn. Fans who dare ''{{c|rowdchant}}hant'' "USA" do tend to get shouted down, but the US wrestlers tend to become so [[ImmigrantPatriotism patriotic]] Mexico related chants work just as well.


* Citizens of the US are traditionally treated very well in Wrestling/ProWrestlingZero1, such as their "friendship" series with Action Zone Wrestling in Hawaii and the GorgeousGaijin run of [[Wrestling/LondonAndKendrick Leonardo Spanky]]. Wrestling/LowKi tried antagonizing the audience but they still ended up falling in love with him, ditto Wrestling/AJStyles. The promotion was also notorious for proping up struggling US promotions like the California based Ultimate Pro Wrestling and promoting otherwise defunct belts of US based promotions like the Wrestling/AmericanWrestlingAssociation. Even legendary heels like Wrestling/SherriMartel tend to be treated with reverence, which is generally recepriocated once they [[FaceRealization eventually] give in].

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* Citizens of the US are traditionally treated very well in Wrestling/ProWrestlingZero1, such as their "friendship" series with Action Zone Wrestling in Hawaii and the GorgeousGaijin run of [[Wrestling/LondonAndKendrick Leonardo Spanky]]. Wrestling/LowKi tried antagonizing the audience but they still ended up falling in love with him, ditto Wrestling/AJStyles. The promotion was also notorious for proping up struggling US promotions like the California based Ultimate Pro Wrestling and promoting otherwise defunct belts of US based promotions like the Wrestling/AmericanWrestlingAssociation. Even legendary heels like Wrestling/SherriMartel tend to be treated with reverence, which is generally recepriocated once they [[FaceRealization eventually] eventually give in].in]].


* Citizens of the US are traditionally treated very well in Wrestling/ProWrestlingZero1, such as their "friendship" series with Action Zone Wrestling in Hawaii and the GorgeousGaijin run of [[Wrestling/LondonAndKendrick Leonardo Spanky]]. Wrestling/LowKi tried antagonizing the audience but they still ended up falling in love with him, ditto Wrestling/AJStyles. The promotion was also notorious for proping up struggling US promotions like the California based Ultimate Pro Wrestling and promoting otherwise defunct belts of US based promotions like the Wrestling/AmericanWrestlingAssociation. Even legendary heels like Wrestling/SherriMartel tend to be treated with reverence, which is generally recepriocated once they [[FaceRealization eventually]].

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* Citizens of the US are traditionally treated very well in Wrestling/ProWrestlingZero1, such as their "friendship" series with Action Zone Wrestling in Hawaii and the GorgeousGaijin run of [[Wrestling/LondonAndKendrick Leonardo Spanky]]. Wrestling/LowKi tried antagonizing the audience but they still ended up falling in love with him, ditto Wrestling/AJStyles. The promotion was also notorious for proping up struggling US promotions like the California based Ultimate Pro Wrestling and promoting otherwise defunct belts of US based promotions like the Wrestling/AmericanWrestlingAssociation. Even legendary heels like Wrestling/SherriMartel tend to be treated with reverence, which is generally recepriocated once they [[FaceRealization eventually]].eventually] give in].


* Almost half of Wrestling/{{AAA}}'s La Legion Extranjera, foreign thugs used by Wrestling/{{Konnan}} in his attempt to gain more power in the company, were from the USA, and it seemed like pretty much any pro wrestler from the country, even natural baby faces like Wrestling/{{Rikishi}}, Wrestling/RonKillings, Wrestling/AJStyles, Wrestling/SamoaJoe and Wrestling/MickieJames were shoehorned into it. There was also that time Wrestling/JeffJarret tried to rename the Mega Championship belt the "AAA World Heavyweight Championship" even though AAA had no weight classes outside of mini estrellas because that sounded better in English. And Jarrett then insisted on being called "King Of Mexico".

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* Almost half of Wrestling/{{AAA}}'s La Legion Extranjera, foreign thugs used by Wrestling/{{Konnan}} in his attempt to gain more power in the company, were from the USA, and it seemed like pretty much any pro wrestler from the country, even natural baby faces like Wrestling/{{Rikishi}}, Wrestling/RonKillings, Wrestling/AJStyles, Wrestling/SamoaJoe and Wrestling/MickieJames were shoehorned into it. There was also that time Wrestling/JeffJarret Wrestling/JeffJarrett tried to rename the Mega Championship belt the "AAA World Heavyweight Championship" even though AAA had no weight classes outside of mini estrellas because that sounded better in English. And Jarrett then insisted on being called "King Of Mexico".


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* Wrestling/HarleyRace serves on the [[Wrestling/ProWrestlingNOAH Global Honored Crown]] sanction committe and is seen as one of the biggest sources of legitimacy for the group. Nothing else really needs to be said.
* LLF fans are famous for their love of wrestlers from the US, to the point Christie Ricci's ruda run failed and the promotion rarely even tried to book them as anything other than tecnicas following, except sometimes against each other when [[Wrestling/VelvetSky Talia Madison]] and April Hunter ganged up on [[Wrestling/SaraDelRey American Angel]] after Angel's inevitable HeelFaceTurn. Fans who dare ''{{c|rowdchant}}hant'' "USA" do tend to get shouted down, but the US wrestlers tend to become so [[ImmigrantPatriotism patriotic]] Mexico related chants work just as well.
* Citizens of the US are traditionally treated very well in Wrestling/ProWrestlingZero1, such as their "friendship" series with Action Zone Wrestling in Hawaii and the GorgeousGaijin run of [[Wrestling/LondonAndKendrick Leonardo Spanky]]. Wrestling/LowKi tried antagonizing the audience but they still ended up falling in love with him, ditto Wrestling/AJStyles. The promotion was also notorious for proping up struggling US promotions like the California based Ultimate Pro Wrestling and promoting otherwise defunct belts of US based promotions like the Wrestling/AmericanWrestlingAssociation. Even legendary heels like Wrestling/SherriMartel tend to be treated with reverence, which is generally recepriocated once they [[FaceRealization eventually]].
* Chilanga Mask fans tend to be very accepting of luchadores from the US, to the point fans of other Mexican enterprises [[CategoryTraitor consider them disrespectful]], to the point even rookies like Wrestling/LioRush can become instant fan favorites while they all but beg the audience to boo them. The one line they won't cross is {{c|rowdchant}}hanting USA, which at least got them to be silent when ACH suggested it, but then they went back to cheering ACH over Ricky Marvin after the shock wore off. It's not just mat technicians like Rush or high fliers like ACH either, as GarbageWrestler Masada was mad over too, as was criminal record brawler Raymond Rowe, though they were able to get heat against each against other USA wrestler.[[/folder]]




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* Almost half of Wrestling/{{AAA}}'s La Legion Extranjera, foreign thugs used by Wrestling/{{Konnan}} in his attempt to gain more power in the company, were from the USA, and it seemed like pretty much any pro wrestler from the country, even natural baby faces like Wrestling/{{Rikishi}}, Wrestling/RonKillings, Wrestling/AJStyles, Wrestling/SamoaJoe and Wrestling/MickieJames were shoehorned into it. There was also that time Wrestling/JeffJarret tried to rename the Mega Championship belt the "AAA World Heavyweight Championship" even though AAA had no weight classes outside of mini estrellas because that sounded better in English. And Jarrett then insisted on being called "King Of Mexico".
* IWA Puerto Rico had a bizarre example in "The British Militia", in that [[Wrestling/JonMoxley one member]] was actually an insane xenophile from the 50 states trying to convince Puerto Ricans the UK was a superior island. A straighter example was when Wrestling/JeffJarrett launched an invasion of the company using wrestlers from Wrestling/{{N|ationalWrestlingAlliance}}[=-=]Wrestling/{{TNA}} in an effort to turn the company into a subsidiary farm league for his own Florida based enterprise.
* The ProfessionalWrestling PowerTrio[=\=]Pseudo PowerStable known as the Real Americans were an interesting {{inver|tedTrope}}sion of the AllAmericanFace, being two Americans (and [[Wrestling/ClaudioCastagnoli one Swiss man]]) who cut promos and ring entrances that involved either boasting of America's superiority if abroad, or insulting American audiences for not being real patriots. Normally this would merely be an example of CulturalCringe or ThisLoserIsYou, as The [[Wrestling/KarlAnderson Real]] American [[Wrestling/JoeyRyan Heroes]] TagTeam it was [[SevenYearRule based on]] was, except for the fact the group also made apperances in the Puerto Rican WWC, curiously with the Mexican Wrestling/ElPatronAlberto and, [[ItMakesSenseInContext more understandably]], Puerto Rican Ray Gonzalez as unofficial members. While Dirty Dutch, had a Boricua hating reputation that preceded himself, he was [[EvenEvilHasStandards a little embarrassed]] by the length Patron went to prove Mexico's superiority to Boriquen and apologized to Gonzalez. To show his apology was sincere, Dutch sent Wrestling/JackSwagger to aid Gonzalez against Eddie and Wrestling/CarlitoColon after the feud with Patron blew over.[[/folder]]



* The ProfessionalWrestling PowerStable known as the [[Wrestling/JackSwagger Real Americans]] were an interesting {{inver|tedTrope}}sion of the AllAmericanFace, being two Americans (and [[Wrestling/ClaudioCastagnoli one Swiss man]]) who cut promos and ring entrances that involved either boasting of America's superiority if abroad, or insulting American audiences for not being real patriots.



* While technically part of the United States itself, a lot of Puerto Ricans really don't look at themselves that way, translating to Boorish Eaglelanders being fairly common in their promotions, such as WWC, usually competing with the ever popular ForeignWrestlingHeel for the spot of most hated wrestler. A prime example being Dennis Rivera of the Puerto Rico Nationalist Party, which seeks independence from the USA, being a top baby {{face}} in WWL. The "malo Americano" practice predates him but Sucio Dutch Mantel really cemented it, as his [[TheGimmick gimmick]] consisted almost entirely of telling Puerto Ricans how terrible their island and it's culture was, [[ShownTheirWork often using insults typical of Puerto Ricans who in fact left the island]]. On the other hand, many wrestlers who usually worked under card in 50 states and spent a brief time in Puerto Rico antagonizing the locals [[DracoInLeatherPants instead became beloved]] and [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff fondly spoken of]] years after they left, such as Abyss, BJ Whitmer or Wrestling/TheWorldsGreatestTagTeam. There are even a few, such as Wrestling/MickieJames and Wrestling/{{Sting}}, booked as Beautiful Eaglelanders upon debut.[[/folder]]

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* While technically part of the United States itself, a lot of Puerto Ricans really don't look at themselves that way, translating to Boorish Eaglelanders being fairly common in their promotions, such as WWC, usually competing with the ever popular ForeignWrestlingHeel for the spot of most hated wrestler. A prime example being Dennis Rivera of the Puerto Rico Nationalist Party, which seeks independence from the USA, being a top baby {{face}} in WWL. The "malo Americano" practice predates him but Sucio Dutch Mantel really cemented it, as his [[TheGimmick gimmick]] consisted almost entirely of telling Puerto Ricans how terrible their island and it's culture was, [[ShownTheirWork often using insults typical of Puerto Ricans who in fact left the island]]. Oh and Ox Baker, an out an out, murderer who bragged about getting away with it. Hard to get worse than that. On the other hand, many wrestlers who usually worked under card in 50 states and spent a brief time in Puerto Rico antagonizing the locals [[DracoInLeatherPants instead became beloved]] and [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff fondly spoken of]] years after they left, such as Abyss, Wrestling/BruiserBrody, Wrestling/{{Abyss}}, BJ Whitmer or Wrestling/TheWorldsGreatestTagTeam. There are even a few, such as Wrestling/MickieJames Wrestling/{{Jacqueline}}, Wrestling/JeffHardy and Wrestling/{{Sting}}, booked as Beautiful Eaglelanders upon debut.[[/folder]]
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* WWC even had a "Guapa Americana" vs "Mala Americana" feud; Wrestling/MickieJames vs [[Wrestling/JessicaKresa ODB]][[/folder]]



* ''TabletopGame/NewHorizon'' has Xanadu, a mostly Beautiful stereotype that happens to be quite racist. Of course, this is a a faction on an alien colony in the future instead of America proper but...

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* ''TabletopGame/NewHorizon'' has Xanadu, a mostly Beautiful stereotype that happens to be quite racist. Of course, this is a a faction on an alien colony in the future instead of America proper but...

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Battletech}}'' has two nations that project an American-style 'defenders of freedom and liberty' image to the rest of the Inner Sphere: The Federated Suns and the Taurian Concordat. The former is an imperialist superpower that frequently 'liberates' worlds from the neighbouring Capellan Confederation and is ruled by a First Prince, albeit with a vestigial constitution that guarantees some rights for its citizens. The Concordat, meanwhile, is a xenophobic and isolated nation-under-siege who neighbours the aforementioned Suns; while its citizens do indeed enjoy the most iron-clad constitutional and legal protections of them all (including freedom of the press, travel, association and religion), the Concordat's general irrelevance in the political landscape means they're looked upon as little more than a curiosity prone to CulturalPosturing by outsiders.


Others series just [[TakeAThirdOption decide to split the difference]], treating America as the BoisterousBruiser IdiotHero of nations -- rude, crude, clueless, obnoxious, and vaguely psychotic, but still [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold good-natured beneath it all]]. A famous saying, often misattributed to UsefulNotes/WinstonChurchill, sums up this portrayal well: "You can always count on Americans to do the right thing -- after they've tried everything else."

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Others Other series just [[TakeAThirdOption decide to split the difference]], treating America as the BoisterousBruiser IdiotHero of nations -- rude, crude, clueless, obnoxious, and vaguely psychotic, but still [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold good-natured beneath it all]]. A famous saying, often misattributed to UsefulNotes/WinstonChurchill, sums up this portrayal well: "You can always count on Americans to do the right thing -- after they've tried everything else."


* Despite Creator/TerryPratchett's [[WordOfGod stated decree]] that no part of the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' should resemble North America, this inevitably crept in over the life of the series. the Tezuman Empire is an {{Expy}} of pre-Conquest Mexico; the existance of a people not unlike Red Indians was revealed in ''Discworld/ReaperMan''; ''Discworld/WitchesAbroad'' saw a Louisiana-bayou place with a Cajun vibe, complete with riverboats and [[ManInWhite gamblers in white suits with those odd string ties]]... The posthumously published ''Complete Discworld Atlas'' [[note]] completed by Terry's collaborators but based on Pratchett's original notes[[/note]] gave into this reality. A large and previously undescribed tranche of land was christened "The Great Outdoors", and given a vibe which appears to be the Frontier USA of the nineteenth century with a lot of Canada slipping in by default. It has majestic mountains and rivers, fur-traders, refugees from wars and religious persecution fleeing here to make a new life, salt-flats around a salt lake populated by [[UsefulNotes/{{Mormonism}} members of a strict and heretical Omnian sect]]...

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* Despite Creator/TerryPratchett's [[WordOfGod stated decree]] that no part of the ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'' should resemble North America, this inevitably crept in over the life of the series. the Tezuman Empire is an {{Expy}} of pre-Conquest Mexico; the existance of a people not unlike Red Indians was revealed in ''Discworld/ReaperMan''; ''Discworld/WitchesAbroad'' saw a Louisiana-bayou place with a Cajun vibe, complete with riverboats and [[ManInWhite gamblers in white suits with those odd string ties]]...ties... The posthumously published ''Complete Discworld Atlas'' [[note]] completed by Terry's collaborators but based on Pratchett's original notes[[/note]] gave into this reality. A large and previously undescribed tranche of land was christened "The Great Outdoors", and given a vibe which appears to be the Frontier USA of the nineteenth century with a lot of Canada slipping in by default. It has majestic mountains and rivers, fur-traders, refugees from wars and religious persecution fleeing here to make a new life, salt-flats around a salt lake populated by [[UsefulNotes/{{Mormonism}} members of a strict and heretical Omnian sect]]...


* The French graphic novel ''ComicBook/QuaiDOrsay'' exploits it for all its worth. The politicians that represent the United States, while looking kind and being nice to talk to, want nothing more than to conquer the world by having a new war to start up so that they might end up having entire nations under their control, hiding all of those ideas behind euphemisms. Entire chapters are devoted to stopping the United States from declaring a war.

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* The French graphic novel ''ComicBook/QuaiDOrsay'' ''ComicBook/WeaponsOfMassDiplomacy'' exploits it for all its worth. The politicians that represent the United States, while looking kind and being nice to talk to, want nothing more than to conquer the world by having a new war to start up so that they might end up having entire nations under their control, hiding all of those ideas behind euphemisms. Entire chapters are devoted to stopping the United States from declaring a war.


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* Literally the [[UsefulNotes/ChineseLanguage Chinese word for America]], "美国" means "Beautiful Kingdom/Country", although the main reason for this name was because the word "美" just so happened to sound like the second syllable in "America", and it's traditional to use the most flattering synonym possible.
* Practically the default sentiment of most [[UsefulNotes/{{Philippines}} Filipinos]]; in fact, over the last few years, annual surveys from the Pew Research Centre show that—among the surveyed nations at least—Filipinos consistently poll as having the No. 1 most favourable opinion of Americans '''in the world''', by definition beating out Americans themselves. Especially ironic given that the country was in fact a United States ''colonial possession'', explicitly from 1898 to 1946, and indirectly for long afterward, even up to ThePresentDay. May stem from the fact that the U.S. is often compared against the Filipinos' ''other'' colonisers, primarily Spain and Japan—American teachers were sent to (mis)educate the Filipino populace in the early 1900s, American policymakers often emphasised Spanish backwardness, brutality and greed, and the U.S. military liberated the Philippines from an incredibly abusive Japanese military occupation in UsefulNotes/WorldWarII.
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GvDyJobHTM This video]], which the CIA created for UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan, demonstrates how Soviet media portrayed the United States. In more recent years, Creator/RussiaToday is often accused of having an anti-U.S. bias.
* In UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler[='s=] world view, the United States was "a mongrel nation" and "half-Judaized, half-negrified, with everything built on the dollar". Nazi propaganda also expressed the typical European elitist attitude that America didn't have a "real" culture and claimed that UsefulNotes/FranklinDRoosevelt was a puppet of Jewish bankers and/or the Soviet Union.

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* In ''Film/TheMummy'', the American expedition who rival the British heroes start out as rude jerks, but they get fleshed out as the adventure goes on: you have Mr. Burns ([[NiceGuy an easygoing and helpful sort who invites Johnathan over for a friendly card game]]), Mr. Henderson ([[ProudWarriorRaceGuy a brave and hammy pistol-slinging]] BoisterousBruiser) and Mr. Daniels (a money-centric UnscrupulousHero). However [[TheHero Rick]] is implied to be American and there is no question, he is a good Eaglelander.


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-->'''Pöysti:''' Now, don't generalise, there are lots of smart people there too. ''[gets a flat stare from everybody]'' What?!
* ''WesternAnimation/LibertysKids'' is quite literally America the Beautiful: The Animated Series, however it still does shine a light on the Boorish side on occasion when it comes to slavery. And the show's usage of the trope is mainly why it has been forced into NoExportForYou in a lot of countries.

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-->'''Pöysti:''' '''Pöysti:''' Now, don't generalise, there are lots of smart people there too. ''[gets a flat stare from everybody]'' What?!
* ''WesternAnimation/LibertysKids'' is quite literally America the Beautiful: The Animated Series, however it still does shine a light on the Boorish side on occasion when it comes to slavery.[[SomeAnvilsNeedToBedropped slavery]]. And the show's usage of the trope is mainly why it has been forced into NoExportForYou in a lot of countries.

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