January 24, 2013

Nationalism, the Solution to the Foremost Problem

Many wonder, if there is a foremost problem, then there must be a solution to it. What is that solution?

The solution to Jewish cultural hegemony is nationalism. Nationalism is the historical idea that states are at their most efficient and the citizens of said states enjoy the best balance of security, freedom, and wealth distribution when the population is based on a common language and culture. Historically, it has been the most common form of statehood. It's opposite is globalism. Globalism is closely associated with empire and is a form of government that is structured to benefit elites. Its causes and effects are always to steal wealth from the people and redistribute it to the elites. It is, by definition, multi-cultural.

A well-run society is the product of an optimum balance between the two competing desires of its population - the individuals' desire to be completely unrestrained, on the one hand, and their counter-balancing desire to be prosperous. Anarchy means no government and, in theory, is the perfect expression of freedom. Anarchy does not exist in nature but the closer a group comes to it the more impoverished they are. The foundation of prosperity lies in order and stability. So people consent to governance in order to create that foundation. But because those in government gain power from being in a position of power they become corrupt and seek more power. The end result of this search for power is . . . read more

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