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Sunday, 23 November 2014

The Evolution of Nationalism: A Thesis

Long gone is the year 1848, with its flying tricolors and street barricades. This Europe-wide Liberal revolution, or even early Marxist revolution as some traditionalists might state, although destructive to the social hierarchy and ways of old, was necessary in order to construct national unity among the peoples of Europe. No longer did subjects, now deemed citizens, serve a monarch only; but a state and a national idea. The most famous example of this is the process of German unification finally achieved in 1871.


Today, however, many European nationalists remain stuck in the year 1848 with its ideals and ideologies. Such nationalists vehemently defend their country and national order to the death - at the stake of their European neighbors. Consequently, rivalries between European nations continue to exist, and in some sectors of Europe, only appear to worsen.
We, as European Nationalists, must raise our minds to a new hierarchial level - to a new plane of thinking. The year 1848 must not be forgotten, but its consequent chauvinism must be rejected. Instead nationalists must begin to keep in mind the unity and brotherhood of all proper Europeans across the continent, and the world.
We Europeans have all originated in the same humble abode. All of us, if truly European, have the same DNA, blood, and spirit in our hearts. Let us not forget that! If we wish to achieve our goals of European Folk, Nationhood, and Family, we must cooperate and act as true brothers and sisters in this spiritual and physical struggle.
This can only be achieved with the total reformation of our thought processes. Let us build a strong Europe for Europeans, not a divided Europe for foreign multiculturalism and colonization.

Derek

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