Calling oneself a nationalist does not make one a racist or a white supremacist.
The Communist media complex and comrades are attacking President Donald J. Trump for acknowledging that he is proud and unapologetically American.
President Trump called out globalists, spat in the face of political correctness triggering the easily trolled by referring to himself as a “Nationalist.”
“You know what a globalist is? A globalist is a person who wants the globe to do well, frankly, not caring about our country so much, and you know what, we can’t have that.
You know they have a word, it sort of became old-fashioned..It’s called a “nationalist” and I said really…we’re not supposed to use that word. You know what I am? I’m a nationalist, okay? I’m a nationalist.”
A “nationalist” is one who puts the interests of his or her country first. A “nationalist” believes in the sovereignty of his or her nation.
It is no surprise that easily triggered anti-Trump, anti-America propagandists financially invested in the global world order flipped out….
beginning with that schmuck, Jim Acosta who decided that he would challenge the President on what Progressives perceive as a dog whistle.
How on earth is accepting one’s nationalism racist? The President made short work of Acosta, discussion of which continued at 04:53 of the following video.
So much for that.
As if eight years of Barack Obama’s apology/appeasement/anti-American tour wasn’t enough, the Communist plantation dispatched its Soros-funded house slaves to attack the President. These house slaves using the race card lied and declared the term “nationalist” (“nationalism”) the new “n” word.
Queen Don Lemon, is the typical useful idiot who advocates for an ideology that has historically oppressed, tortured and murdered not just gays and people of various ethnicities but all voices of opposition.
Nationalism IS NOT a Bad Word.
Let us not forget the president of the NAACP, North Carolina chapter, Rev. William J. Barber II who is vehemently anti-Trump, anti-American, a Progressive and gatekeeper of the Communist plantation and his globalist masters.
Of course, funding from Soros’ Open Society helps. Soros funds the NAACP nationally.
Barber, a Black theologian, according to Huffington Post stated that “Nationalism suggests a commitment to one country to a fault…Patriotism is a love for country that is willing to call it to question and challenge its flaws.”
NAACP Embraces Globalist World Order Masters
We should be mindful that the NAACP decades was absent from Black communities across the United States for decades only to surface in time for Barack Obama’s 2008 victory.
Two words come to mind, i.e., CASHING IN.
A look at their website puts their priorities on display and it is not the concern of Black Americans. It is social justice and the global world order. Their puppet master or man hiding behind the curtain, if you prefer in spite of their anti-white rhetoric is a globalist which brings three other words to mind, i.e., BOUGHT AND PAID FOR.
That is NOT patriotism. Patriotism cannot be bought. George Soris is not a patriot. Furthermore, Soros is a globalist. He has wet dreams of becoming king of the New World Order. Convinced that he is just that close, he can taste it which explains Soro’s case of TDS.
As most of you know, I live in New York City, a sanctuary city with somewhere around 10 million illegal aliens, maybe more (emphasis on “more.”).
It is business as usual to see people waving their national flags and/or wearing emblems, head wraps with the colors of their national flags.
Absent far too often from the scene is the Star Spangled Banner, i.e., the red, white and blue.
Having made my views known, I am not challenged as I imagine others may be but yes, “American” nationalism deserves to be front and center; and anyone who opposes, challenged.
Below is an op-ed in USA Today written by James Robinson. I do not agree with everything he says but the opinion columnist gets it.
…Appeals to the inherent goodness and manifest greatness of America used to be a staple of political oratory. It was so commonplace that it was entirely noncontroversial. Love of country was taken for granted.