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Old February 19th, 2006 #1
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Nationalism, like all the other poltitical currents must have institutions and concrete policies in finance, education, agriculture, and all the other domains that a system of goverment would be composed of. The main challenge is to define these institutions and to have a clear policy in every sector, not just general principles of a doctrine. What do you think will be the first thing Le Pen does when he comes to power? Hos is the financial and corporate establishment is going to react when he will be ellected as president in France? Is the country likely to face a financial crisis if this happends? Are the labour unions launch a general strike? Are France's relations with countries like Algeria and Tunisia going to get worse once he starts repatriating the millions of immigrants? These are questions that must be answered by nationalists in every country if they wanna be credible in the eyes of their supporters! Are the europeans and americans ready to shatter the apparent stability of their states and make a better future and struggle for it?
 
Old March 11th, 2006 #2
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These are geopolitical questions. Did Britain's relationship worsen with Pakistan when the Pakis came flooding in during the 60s? Hardly. The British people were incredibly angry, but naturally, it was Parliament behind it - hence our stance was not affected. Pakistanis may be angry with Britain when we expel the fifth columnists from the UK - and if they can come here, they can leave here - but so long as the Pakistani government doesn't care, we have a solution.

Grass roots is the key. Corporations can be challenged with legislation, and the trade unions can be countered with nationalist unions. The armed forces and agriculture are two essential sectors that are by nature nationalistic. This will tip the balance of power in our favour.
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Old March 12th, 2006 #3
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Originally Posted by Angle
These are geopolitical questions. Did Britain's relationship worsen with Pakistan when the Pakis came flooding in during the 60s? Hardly. The British people were incredibly angry, but naturally, it was Parliament behind it - hence our stance was not affected. Pakistanis may be angry with Britain when we expel the fifth columnists from the UK - and if they can come here, they can leave here - but so long as the Pakistani government doesn't care, we have a solution.

Grass roots is the key. Corporations can be challenged with legislation, and the trade unions can be countered with nationalist unions. The armed forces and agriculture are two essential sectors that are by nature nationalistic. This will tip the balance of power in our favour.
In what sense are the armed forces "nationalistic"?
They may be "nationalistic" in the petty state nationalism sense of the word but this must not be confused with a racialist outlook.The armed forces as with any other part of the government must be viewed as our natural enemy.
They are as infected with multiracialism and political correctness as any other institution.
Evey aspect of society must come crashing down before it can be replaced with anything new. Do not seek your salvation in such institutions:it will be your undoing.
 
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