Ten principles of ethno-nationalism

 Reblogged from Hammer & Anvil:

  1. All nationalism, implying a specific ethno-racial peoples, a distinctive homeland, and relative means of governance, i.e. the state, is ethno-nationalism. There are no exceptions.
  2. A specific ethno-racial peoples is the culmination of their genetic and cultural histories and traditions, and of the influence of environment and total ecology. Beneath the suffocation of technocratic culture, people are of geographical place. There is no nature-nurture schism.

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It is always interesting to read Sebastian Ernst Ronin’s latest essays.