I Never Use the Terms “Civic” and “Ethno” Nationalism

by Chris Black

‘Nation’ is synonymous with “ethnic group,” defined as a group of people united by common ancestry, culture, and language. But ‘nation’ is NOT synonymous with “state” (a political entity) or “country” (a territory).

So, “ethno” nationalism is a pointless tautology. It’s like saying “natio-nationalism.”

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And by definition a multi-racial conglomeration is not a nation, so civic “nationalism” doesn’t exist either. It’s a sneaky oxymoron used to trick people into supporting/embracing globalism.

‘Nationalism’ itself is just politics that seek to advance the interest of a nation, particularly (but not exclusively) gaining or maintaining an ethnic homeland and maintaining identity by promoting cultural traditions.



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