By Manipulism and the Weapon of Guilt
In contrast to viewing or treating one’s fellow countrymen no differently than any other human being on earth, regardless of standing, race, or nationality—in my view the description of a true humanist—nationalism, where one is devoted to the country’s people, race, bloodline, and land, which in this case the Danes have lived on for millenniums, is therefore an awfully powerful collective force. Besides being an absolute slayer of prejudice and racism—caused by chauvinistic feelings of being superior to other races, nationalities, and nations—nationalism is an absolute necessity for success in accomplishing collectivism. No more so than the way we aid people in third-world countries, should people in the Western world have any special treatment or the right to vote themselves to someone else’s assets simply because they share the same nationality. National feelings, nonetheless, provide fictitious solidarity—an essential superficial loyalty—misused by the collectivist to obtain projection (the weapon of guilt) and collectivism’s favorable treatment.
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