View Poll Results: Are you more nationalist or pan-European?

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  • I am more of a nationalist.

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  • I am more of a pan-European.

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  • I am both nationalist and pan-European. (I don't think one necessarily contradicts the other)

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  • I am neither.

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  • Other. (please specify)

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Thread: Are You More Nationalist or Pan-European?

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    I'm a Nationalist, and consider Scandinavia to be my Nation. I'm still sympathetic and loyal to the plights of other European Nations, and recognize that we're all very much in this struggle together. Even if the EU was dissolved, I don't think one country has the ability to stand against the current tide of mass-immigration and multiculturalism on its own. But in a hypothetical situation, where there was an ultimatum between a continuation of Scandinavia, or the rest of Europe, I'd choose Scandinavia any day of the week. I expect any Nationalist to feel the same way.
    A nation is an organic thing, historically defined.
    A wave of passionate energy which unites past, present and future generations

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    Both.

    Both, with total rejection of civic nationalism.

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    Nationalist, and I feel affinity with other Germanic nations, but that's where it ends. I'm against pan-Europeanism, WNism, racial egalitarianism and other similar forms of ideologies which seek to dilute the Germanic blood.

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    I have said this few times earlier: I support Kalmar Union II. I hope we will get rid off EU one day.

    PS: At yesterday one Finnish pro-EU politician
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Olli_Rehn
    ... commented in TV-news: Brexit has showed (especially to all small EU countries) that one can not re-sign from EU.

    He of course said that more like as a fact (and not as unfair/negative/scary issue) and he probably did't think enough/much how it can sound. But yes .... unfortunately I agree with him. Only big EU-countries can ''break the wheel''.
    Small ones? They don't have afford for that ... or even re-sign from ''club''.

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