– The vilification of a positive idea.

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There is a lot of confusion over the expression “White Nationalism.” Democrats and the media have somehow twisted it to mean the development of a nationalist identity driven by white supremacy. Democrats on the warpath are quick to declare conservatives “White Nationalists” as some sort of derogatory expression. This is simply fallacious, but denotes a fundamental difference between the Left and the Right in this country.

Democrats want to taint the expression as they are more interested in “globalization,” whereby they want to embrace a set of worldwide concepts, such as climate change, immigration, and socialized medicine and economics. They see nationalism as an impediment to their programs and, as such, try to vilify it by changing its meaning.

“White Nationalism” is certainly not the same as “White Supremacy” or “Racist.” They are not synonymous, even though Democrats would have us believe otherwise. Instead, nationalism is intended to rejoice in the sovereignty of your country. In other words, you are proud to be an American (or whatever country you reside). By doing so, it promotes patriotism and citizenship by being willing to come to your country’s defense in times of emergency or war, and you respect and adhere to the rule of law. Nationalists tend to put their country first, and other countries second, which is how countries around the world have behaved for hundreds of years. After all, it is only natural to root for the “Home team.”

As to being “white,” this is actually a triviality. Yes, it is true, I am white, and I don’t think there is much chance of my changing it any time soon, nor am I ashamed of it. I am what I am. I am also proud of my Scottish heritage, something I am also not ashamed of. The color of my skin has absolutely nothing to do with being a nationalist. That is why I have no problem with “Black Nationalists,” “Red,” “Yellow,” or whatever color you are. They have as much chance of changing their color as I do, and I certainly do not look down my nose at such people. Being American is much more important.

This redefinition of a simple concept is a clever trick by the Democrats and Media to make whites feel ashamed of their race, and to mischaracterize their intentions. Frankly, it is an insult to our intelligence.

No, being a nationalist does not mean you are part of a hate group or terrorist cell, far from it, but rather we should applaud such people as they are willing to stand up for their country, place their hand over their heart, and are proud to recite the pledge of allegiance to the flag. These are all things the Left despise and explains why they want to vilify such people.

So, in case you are wondering, Yes, I am a proud White Nationalist, at least according to my definition, not the Left’s.

In a way, it is kind of like the argument regarding the stripes on a zebra, are they black stripes on white, or white stripes on black? No matter how you argue, black versus white, it is still an equine.

Keep the Faith!

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Tim Bryce is a writer and the Managing Director of M&JB Investment Company (M&JB) of Palm Harbor, Florida and has over 40 years of experience in the management consulting field. He can be reached at [email protected]

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