“My children...”
One-liners from popular entertainment
Us against them
Impossible promises
Made-up sayings
Nostalgic notions of nationality
“Other [leaders] are alienated from the people”
Sports metaphors
Shifting attention to irrelevant matters
The true people have a unified culture
Blaming the “dissidents”
A certain group is not part of “the people”
The people have shared values
Oversimplifying a complex issue
Emotional rhetoric in factual issues
Colloquialisms or dialect
“There are no options”
Generalisation based on an individual case
Difficult issue brushed aside with a joke
Fearmongering
“Threat to our language”
Shifting attention from actions to feelings
War metaphors
“The people want...”
“The people” without a definition