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Racism and Anti-Semitism Are the Opposite of Nationalism

From a surprisingly insightful tabloid, the latest dirt on Billary:

Hillary was heard calling mentally challenged children ‘f*****g ree-tards’ and caught on record blurting out the terms ‘stupid k**e and ‘f***ing Jew b*****d’, while Bill called the Reverend Jesse Jackson a ‘G**damned n****r’.

Bill was also sued several times by blacks and Hispanics for violations of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.

Whether or not these anecdotes are true, it has often been said that the Left is more racist than the right, and this is true but not for the reasons that cuckservatives advance. To the Left, there should be a pecking order with Leftists on top, and little people on bottom. To the Right, society should exclude those it does not intend to benefit.

Nationalism states the right of exclusion for ethnic groups. Any ethnic group must realize that other ethnic groups have contrary interests, because each group is self-interested and therefore no two groups can have the same agenda as each is thinking of itself. This is not controversial in theory, only when translated into policy. For that reason, no two ethnic groups can occupy the same space, so it makes sense to give them their own nations and each root race — African, Asian, Australid and Caucasian — its own continent.

The Left fears this because with the rule of culture, as Nationalism creates, the Leftist parasitism is less likely to succeed. People do not want new ideas; they want true ideas, time-honored and eternal. This cuts out the sales job that Leftists pitch, which is that everything we know is wrong but we can find salvation through Leftism — and the strong governments needed to enforce it.

The Right thrives when it focuses on Nationalism — “our group above all else, and everyone else goes away” — but fails when it focuses on demonizing those groups. In addition, who wants to be of the same opinion on just about anything as Bill and Hillary Clinton?

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