View Poll Results: What type of nationalism do you support?

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  • Ethnic nationalism

    72 26.18%
  • Civic nationalism

    18 6.55%
  • Expansionist nationalism

    12 4.36%
  • Romantic nationalism

    27 9.82%
  • Cultural nationalism

    12 4.36%
  • Liberal nationalism

    5 1.82%
  • Religious nationalism

    21 7.64%
  • Pan-/Meta-Ethnic nationalism

    36 13.09%
  • Diaspora nationalism

    18 6.55%
  • A combination of two or more of the above.

    28 10.18%
  • Other (please specify)

    19 6.91%
  • I am not a nationalist.

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    I think that a sense of nationalism should start at the family and not at the government.

    Saying that you want the government to create a sense Nationalism in todays society is like pissing in the wind in the middle of the desert. Most people think it is wild, extreme and can never happen. You will only get alienated by mainstream society.

    We need to adapt to the changing times before our core values get trampled over by multiculturalism.

    The strongest changes are not imposed upon but come from within.

    Once a sense of nationalism is felt within most families then it can grow to some degree within government- but we are far from this threshold in every country currently (except Japan and Korea).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hauke Haien View Post
    Yes, you meant French/American republicanism ("nationalism"), which is a liberal/libertarian fraud. Jus soli versus Jus sanguinis.
    The nationalism of the French Revolution was every bit as much in the realm of 'true nationalism' as ethnic nationalism (which fascist types typically have little real understanding of anyway, as we saw in my last post). The civic nationalism of Rousseau actually pre-dated Herder. It may not be the sort of nationalism you like, but it's nationalism nonetheless.

    I won't even speak to the slam against American nationalism, but suffice it to say that to define nationalism within the prism of Nazi authoritarianism is deeply flawed. Nationalism has historically usually involved democratic programs that were much more liberal than what they opposed. The premier 19th century European conservative, Metternich, was an anti-nationalist.

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    I think that a sense of nationalism should start at the family and not at the government.

    Saying that you want the government to create a sense Nationalism in todays society is like pissing in the wind in the middle of the desert. Most people think it is wild, extreme and can never happen. You will only get alienated by mainstream society.

    We need to adapt to the changing times before our core values get trampled over by multiculturalism.

    The strongest changes are not imposed upon but come from within.

    Once a sense of nationalism is felt within most families then it can grow to some degree within government- but we are far from this threshold in every country currently (except Japan and Korea).
    A government, leader, or in Herder's time, a prince, can cultivate national feeling in a people. But I tend to agree with you. Due to people like Hans Morgenthau, nationalism has an ugly odor (mostly undeservedly, as it's simplistically connected to that aggressive imperialist with the mustache). But then I wouldn't suggest that anyone openly espouse nationalism in a public political context. This question would seem to cut to the core of ideology and worldview.

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    Cultural nationalism. The Romans handled the matter of who was a barbarian and who was not very well; being loyal to the Roman state and paying tribute to the Roman gods, and later Christ, was seen as being more important than being of Roman heritage. They maintained a distinct Roman identity while at the same time being realistic about their relations with other cultures.
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    I'm inclined to be an ethnic/romantic nationalist, although I'm not 100% against non-Norwegians settling in my country. There are (at least) two forms of immigrants:

    a) the benignant kind, who respect our laws, culture, people, national heritage and freedoms

    b) the malignant kind, who are disrespectful, criminal, cheaters, want to take over power etc.

    I can accept a small portion of benignant immigrants (say, under 5% of total population), certainly from a Western national and cultural background, but not a malignant one.

    Not all immigration is bad, but because my country has opened its borders to savage lands and cultures, we have a tendency to get savage individuals here who don't respect our laws, culture, people or any fundamental freedoms we have here, including religious freedom.

    An issue that keeps coming up here in Norway, apart from the crimes and general lack of respect by certain immigrant groups (I'm sure you can guess where from), is the audacity many immigrants have when they call themselves Norwegians, a title only meant for those of Norwegian ethnic and cultural ancestry. Yet, you have Pakistanis, Somalians and all kinds of legal and illegal immigrants claiming to be Norwegians! What madness is this?

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    A few other types of nationalism:

    Christian nationalism is Christianity-affiliated religious nationalism. Christian nationalists focus primarily on internal politics, such as passing laws that reflect their view of Christianity and its role in political and social life.

    Constitutional patriotism is the idea that people should form a political attachment to the norms and values of a pluralistic liberal democratic constitution rather than a national culture or cosmopolitan society.

    Corporate Nationalism may be used to describe a political philosophy and economic theory whose adherents are corporatists and believe that the basic unit of the society, be it the family or other corporate groups, has the same interests as the nation.

    Eco-nationalism (or ecological nationalism) manifests as a desire to eliminate reliance on foreign sources of fuel and energy by promoting alternate energy sources that can be adequately created and maintained with a nation's boundary.

    Economic nationalism, or economic patriotism, refers to an ideology that favors state interventionism in the economy, with policies that emphasize domestic control of the economy, labor, and capital formation, even if this requires the imposition of tariffs and other restrictions on the movement of labor, goods and capital.

    Homonationalism or queer nationalism is the favorable association between a nationalist ideology and LGBT people or their rights.

    Left-wing nationalism (also occasionally known as "socialist nationalism") refers to any political movement that combines left-wing politics with nationalism. Notable examples include Fidel Castro's 26th of July Movement that launched the Cuban Revolution ousting the American-backed Fulgencio Batista in 1959, Ireland's Sinn Féin, Labor Zionism in Israel and the African National Congress in South Africa.

    Liberal nationalism is a kind of nationalism defended recently by political philosophers who believe that there can be a non-xenophobic form of nationalism compatible with liberal values of freedom, tolerance, equality, and individual rights. Ernest Renan, author of "Qu'est-ce qu'une nation?" and John Stuart Mill[9] are often thought to be early liberal nationalists. Liberal nationalists often defend the value of national identity by saying that individuals need a national identity in order to lead meaningful, autonomous lives and that liberal democratic polities need national identity in order to function properly.

    Liberation nationalism - Many nationalist movements in the world are dedicated to national liberation, in the view that their nations are being persecuted by other nations and thus need to exercise self-determination by liberating themselves from the accused persecutors. Anti-revisionist Marxist–Leninism is closely tied with this ideology, and practical examples include Stalin's early work Marxism and the National Question and his Socialism in One Country edict, which declares that nationalism can be used in an internationalist context i.e. fighting for national liberation without racial or religious divisions.

    National-anarchism is a radical, anti-capitalist, anti-Marxist, and anti-statist ideology.

    National conservatism is a political term used primarily in Europe to describe a variant of conservatism which concentrates more on national interests than standard conservatism, while not being nationalist or a far-right approach. Many national conservatives are social conservatives, in favour of limiting immigration, and in Europe, they usually are eurosceptics. National conservatism is related to social conservatism, and as such may be heavily oriented towards the traditional family and social stability.

    National mysticism is a form of nationalism which raises the nation to the status of numen or divinity.

    National syndicalism is an adaptation of syndicalism to suit the social agenda of integral nationalism.

    Neo-nationalism or new nationalism is a type of nationalism that rose in the mid-2010s in Europe and North America and to some degree in other regions. It is associated with several positions, such as right-wing populism, anti-globalization, nativism, protectionism, opposition to immigration, opposition to Islam and Muslims and Euroscepticism where applicable.

    Plurinationalism is defined as the coexistence of two or more sealed or preserved national groups within a polity (an organized community or body of peoples).

    Racial nationalism is an ideology that advocates a racial definition of national identity. Racial nationalism seeks to preserve a given race through policies such as banning race mixing and the immigration of other races.

    Resource nationalism is the tendency of people and governments to assert control over natural resources located on their territory. The approach of peak oil has led many governments to take ownership or control of fossil fuel reservoirs for strategic and economic reasons, although resource nationalism applies to other resources, such as metals, or in less developed nations, mining investment. Resource nationalism conflicts with the interests of multinational corporations.

    Revolutionary nationalism (aka radical nationalism) is an ideological theory that calls for a national community united by a shared sense of purpose and destiny. It was first attributed to adherents of the revolutionary syndicalism, and heavily promulgated by Benito Mussolini. This intellectual synthesis of “radical nationalism and dissident socialist” formed in France and Italy at the beginning of the 20th century.

    Technological nationalism is a way of understanding how technology affects the society and culture of a nation. One common example is the use of technology as the key subject in a Nationalist project, with the goal of promoting connectedness and a stronger national identity. This idea establishes the belief that the success of a nation can be determined by how well that nation innovates and diffuses technology across its people. Technological Nationalists believe that the presence of national R&D efforts, and the effectiveness of these efforts, are key drivers to the overall growth, sustainability, and prosperity of a nation.

    Territorial nationalism describes a form of nationalism based on the belief that all inhabitants of a particular territory should share a common national identity, regardless of their ethnic, linguistic, religious, cultural and other differences.

    Ultranationalism is an "extreme nationalism that promotes the interest of one state or people above all others", or simply "extreme devotion to one's own nation".

    White nationalism is a type of nationalism or pan-nationalism which espouses the belief that white people are a race and seeks to develop and maintain a white national identity. Its proponents identify with and are attached to the concept of a white nation.

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    With too many labels it becomes Pythonesque. I would describe myself as an ethno-democratic cooperational nationalist.

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    I'm both a ethnic nationalist and cultural nationalist with good dose of constitionalism. I believe that each nation should be self reliant and have a set of governing laws to protect the folk. Unlike the US Constitution the written law should protect the folk from outside ethnic influences.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpearBrave View Post
    I'm both a ethnic nationalist and cultural nationalist with good dose of constitionalism. I believe that each nation should be self reliant and have a set of governing laws to protect the folk. Unlike the US Constitution the written law should protect the folk from outside ethnic influences.
    Yeah. I see the different types of nationalism as a Russian doll arrangement - civic nat. can stand alone but cultural nat. contains civic nat and ethno-nat. contains cultural nat. Being a pure cultural nationalist or a pure ethno-nationalist isn't really practical.

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    I see some of them more as nuances of nationalism, depending on what you put an emphasis on. For example a racial nationalist/racialist puts his emphasis on race ("my race is my nation"), race to him is the most important. While an ethno-nationalist is first and foremost concerned with ethnicity. A white nationalist wouldn't necessarily mind migration from other white countries or having a family of ethnically mixed heritage, as long as they're all white. To a white nationalist, it's race which is the real passport, not nationality or ethnos. A meta-ethnic nationalist is also ethnic and racial nationalist to a degree but he puts emphasis on meta-ethnicity (Germanic, Slavic, Latin, etc.) A diaspora nationalist can be an ethnic nationalist, but his nationalism has a little bit different nuance since he doesn't live in his hme country. For example, the Jews in America support Israel.

    Cultural nationalism places an emphasis on culture. To a cultural nationalist, a whigger for example is not seen as part of his nation. To a cultural nationalist, blood is not enough. So he's an ethnic nationalist to a degree, but not only. And there are also cultural nationalists who don't value ethnicity necessarily. Some cultural nationalists will accept someone of a different ethnicity who was born in their culture and speaks their language and culture., and so forth.

    I'm an ethno-nationalist and a meta-ethnic nationalist with an emphasis on regional nationalism. I could also say diaspora, although as an ethnic German I consider Germany my motherland and Transylvania my homeland.

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    From the poll I picked ethnic nationalism, even if I was also inclined to pick romantic nationalism. But, as in the description from the first post,

    Ethnic nationalism, or ethnonationalism, defines the nation in terms of ethnicity, which always includes some element of descent from previous generations - i.e. genophilia. It also includes ideas of a culture shared between members of the group and with their ancestors, and usually a shared language. Membership in the nation is hereditary. The state derives political legitimacy from its status as homeland of the ethnic group, and from its function to protect the national group and facilitate its cultural and social life, as a group. Ideas of ethnicity are very old, but modern ethnic nationalism was heavily influenced by Johann Gottfried von Herder, who promoted the concept of the Volk, and Johann Gottlieb Fichte. Ethnic nationalism is now the dominant form, and is often simply referred to as "nationalism".

    Romantic nationalism (also organic nationalism, identity nationalism) is the form of ethnic nationalism in which the state derives political legitimacy as a natural ("organic") consequence and expression of the nation, or race. It reflected the ideals of Romanticism and was opposed to Enlightenment rationalism. Romantic nationalism emphasized a historical ethnic culture which meets the Romantic Ideal; folklore developed as a Romantic nationalist concept. The Brothers Grimm were inspired by Herder's writings to create an idealized collection of tales which they labeled as ethnically German. Historian Jules Michelet exemplifies French romantic-nationalist history.

    Pan-nationalism is usually an ethnic and cultural nationalism, but the 'nation' is itself a cluster of related ethnic groups and cultures, such as Turkic peoples. Occasionally pan-nationalism is applied to mono-ethnic nationalism, when the national group is dispersed over a wide area and several states - as in Pan-Germanism.

    Diaspora nationalism (or, as Benedict Anderson terms it, "long-distance nationalism") generally refers to nationalist feeling among a diaspora such as the Irish in the United States, the Jewish in the United States identifying as Israelis, or the Lebanese in the Americas and Africa, and the Armenians in Europe and the United States. Anderson states that this sort of nationalism acts as a "phantom bedrock" for people who want to experience a national connection, but who do not actually want to leave their diaspora community. The essential difference between pan-nationalism and diaspora nationalism is that members of a diaspora, by definition, are no longer resident in their national or ethnic homeland.
    So I believe ethnic nationalism also includes the other types from the above quote. Those are just nuances of ethnic nationalism.

    As for liberal nationalism, and some other types, these make no sense to me. The Volk is the basis of nationalism, you cannot refer to nationalism without a Volk. That would be nonsense. But there's a lot of philosophical and ideological nonsense, so I won't debate more on that.

    From the more recent years, I would also count Regional nationalism in. I think it's also a nuance of ethnic nationalism.

    Other more recent types I would myself subscribe to, as in Nachtengel's post:

    Eco-nationalism (or ecological nationalism) manifests as a desire to eliminate reliance on foreign sources of fuel and energy by promoting alternate energy sources that can be adequately created and maintained with a nation's boundary.

    National conservatism is a political term used primarily in Europe to describe a variant of conservatism which concentrates more on national interests than standard conservatism, while not being nationalist or a far-right approach. Many national conservatives are social conservatives, in favour of limiting immigration, and in Europe, they usually are eurosceptics. National conservatism is related to social conservatism, and as such may be heavily oriented towards the traditional family and social stability.

    Neo-nationalism or new nationalism is a type of nationalism that rose in the mid-2010s in Europe and North America and to some degree in other regions. It is associated with several positions, such as right-wing populism, anti-globalization, nativism, protectionism, opposition to immigration, opposition to Islam and Muslims and Euroscepticism where applicable.

    Racial nationalism is an ideology that advocates a racial definition of national identity. Racial nationalism seeks to preserve a given race through policies such as banning race mixing and the immigration of other races.

    Resource nationalism is the tendency of people and governments to assert control over natural resources located on their territory. The approach of peak oil has led many governments to take ownership or control of fossil fuel reservoirs for strategic and economic reasons, although resource nationalism applies to other resources, such as metals, or in less developed nations, mining investment. Resource nationalism conflicts with the interests of multinational corporations.

    White nationalism is a type of nationalism or pan-nationalism which espouses the belief that white people are a race and seeks to develop and maintain a white national identity. Its proponents identify with and are attached to the concept of a white nation.
    As for white nationalism, I think not all whites are the same, so I stick to the ethnic nationalism.

    Also, I would not advice inter-ethnic mixing, even if it's the same race. Maybe in United States, which are a mix of ethnicities, it works, but in Europe I don't think it's good, unless we will soon see Europe as a mega-state, like the USA. Ethnic mixing is not that good, ethnic identities should be preserved. Even in the same mega-ethnicity, let's say Germanics. But it's still preferable to race-mixing, which I view as abominable.

    I think culture is also very important, but it is included in the description of ethnic nationalism, so ethnic nationalism also includes the cultural nationalism to some degree.

    As for me, personally, things are a bit complicated, as I am myself a mix between two ethnic groups. So this is why I say inter-ethnic mixing is not such a good idea! It can be bad for the children, they will not entirely fit into any of the ethnic groups. Here is where white nationalism makes more sense, if you are not solely member of just one ethnicity, but you belong to the more broader white race.

    But however, between never be married / never have kids and marrying someone from another ethnicity, within your own race, the second option is more advisable! To love someone and be loved by the person you love is not very common to happen...

    I am a mix of German and Romanian ethnics, and in my home country, which is Romania, I never fitted in as a Romanian, as in my family the German culture is very important, even though I don't have very good knowledge of German language. So I consider myself more German than Romanian, from a cultural perspective. But the Romanian part cannot be denied either. It's difficult when the interests of the two ethnic groups collide, there is when inner conflict comes too for those of mixed ethnic-heritage. All my ex-boyfriends were also ethnic-nationalists, in a broader sense of the term, one of them even white-nationalist, and our interests collided when it came about nuances of ethnic nationalism. Religion was not as important as it was the historical issues between Germany and Romania, for example. But this type of conflict I refer to is also common in literature, and not only, in times of war, when ethnic Germans from Romania had to fight against Austrian Empire for example, or against Germany. So, from this perspective, I would rather support white nationalism.

    Being abroad is also complicated for me, as I do not consider myself part of the Romanian diaspora as an ethnic Romanian, but as a German/Romanian mix. Though in my IDs only one ethnicity or nationality is mentioned, that is not relevant for me at all. I find myself fitting more into the Norwegian Volk, from some perspectives, than into the Romanian Volk. There is no German/Romanian Volk, so... I cannot belong to only one specific Volk. Here pan-ethnicity or mega-ethnicity makes more sense for me. And I think it's the same for all those who are mixes between at least two ethnics.

    So, people, please think how your children will feel like, if you're going to have kids of mixed ethnicity! In USA this makes no sense, as the people there are almost all (if not all) mixed ethnics, but in mother Europe we still have Volks!

    Otherwise... mother Europe is going to look like the two Americas, according to ethnics, no more clear ethnic groups, just mixes between them.

    And race-mixing... that's abominable, in my opinion! Poor children... what identity are they going to have.
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