Every once in a while, I hear someone in our general pro-White “sphere” say something to the effect of “I support all nationalists.”
Personally, I feel that loving one’s own nation (etymologically that means your people, your race: basically an extended genetic family) and loving one’s own countrymen (etymologically, the people who live on the same lands as you) is not only natural, but a perfectly legitimate expression of the commandments to love one’s neighbor and to care for one’s own family.
It also doesn’t presuppose that you have to hate the “other,” but it does presuppose a prioritization: a set of circles of concern. The inner circle for most people is generally their immediate family. Concentric circles spread outward to extended family, to matters relating to one’s neighborhood, city, country, etc. As an aside, one of the things I noticed when looking at the “Your Morals” quiz site is that people who self-identify as “liberal” or “Democrat” don’t have these circles; they care for the “other” more than they do for their neighbors – not really a surprise, but it points to something intrinsically unnatural about the way that these people think.
I don’t hate or despise other nationalists, be they nationalist Negroes or Jews or Moslems. At the same time, I don’t support them. Frankly, I would be happy in a world where every nation (race or subrace) had its own nationalist state (polity) in its own country (lands). I think that is the framework which would do the most to promote general worldwide peace and maximize internal peace in most countries. However, I worry about my people first. If my folk can’t or don’t get their own state(s) in their own country(ies), then I cannot concern myself with what happens to other nations.
Now, I’m not opposed to working together in some cases, if and only if it seems to be the best way, under current circumstances, to get what I want for my people. As an example, if the “based” Negroes of NOI want to get all the Negroes in the USA to go to Liberia then I’d be happy to help, because I want the Negroes in the USA to go to Liberia, too. But if what NOI wants goes contrary to the interests of my people, e.g., they want policemen dead, then I cannot in any way support them. And if some other nation wants something that does not impact me or my people, then I do not care: my people are my primary concern.
My extended family consists of White people and my neighbors are Americans. Ergo, I will always put American White nationalists and their interests above those of any other nationalists, regardless of whatever else they may share with me ideologically, genetically, or historically. Beyond that, there is a dance of compromises and competing spheres of interests and circles of concern. However, strictly speaking, if it doesn’t help White Americans in some manner, I am not going out of my way to support other nationalist groups.
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