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21wqre2
Tuesday, October 28th, 2003, 08:35 PM
I am interested in your personal stories on how you came a part of these beliefs.
Was it introduced from the beliefs of your friends, family or society in general? Or was it that you initiated it yourself?

cosmocreator
Tuesday, October 28th, 2003, 10:34 PM
It was myself. And it didn't really start until I moved to a large city where there were many races. I am from rural Canada where there are no, or was no, non-whites. Even Southern and Eastern Europeans were rare.

Ederico
Saturday, November 1st, 2003, 03:19 PM
The good of the Nation was since my childhood a great interest to me. I always viewed myself as an Individual that is part of a greater Collective, as a kid I considered that collective to be my Nation in my late teens I started to lean more towards the Racial dimension to Collectivism, without denying the Nation.

Pride was also the main driving force towards this road. Rationality is included as well.

What made me convinced of the need for Radical European Nationalism was seeing the ever-increasing numbers of non-Europeans swarming my densely-populated and geographically restricted islands, and what made me enraged was them being treated as equals in my land, the land of our forefathers, which my people fought for.

We came from a long history of foreign rulers and colonisers and just as we established our independence and our system we let our society and people get corrupted ethnically by the alien hordes, we lose sovereignity whenever a new immigrant enters our society, immigrants that most probably not only do not integrate but they cannot integrate because they do not share common blood.

It is time to strengthen the European peoples again, Radical Nationalism minus the Imperialism is needed.