Why there are nation-states
Segregation. The freedom to separate oneself from folks you do not wish to live with or be around, is a fundamental natural right. Over the past 50 years we in the West have been denied this right by central governments who seem intent on replacing indigenous peoples with Third World immigrants. These immigrants have produced nothing of real value in their own countries and will not suddenly start producing things simply because they have crossed a border. They will instead be totally dependent on a central government for goods and services. This is actually the goal of these central governments.
These governments use slogans such as ‘diversity is strength’ to justify this genocide of White Christian culture. But you will not have these same folks wanting to diversify places like China, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Mongolia, Japan, Haiti, Kenya, etc. Those nations are free to segregate. But not us in the West. Our nations are ‘too White’ and must diversify, because ‘diversity is strength’. But is diversity strength? Let’s look at a place once called Yugoslavia.
Yugoslavia was a place created by the Soviet Union after World War One. It was made up of several different nations with different cultures, languages, and beliefs. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the nations of Yugoslavia re-asserted their independence and fought each other for several years. This fighting killed millions of people. Did this diversity bring strength? Of course not. It did not because there was never such a thing as a ‘Yugoslavian people’. Diversity brings two things, death and destruction. Diversity is insanity.
So, how do we put an end to this insanity? The answer is one simple concept. Segregation. Every culture on Earth is not the same. If they were then all nations would either be Third World or First World. If all cultures were the same there probably wouldn’t be any nations at all, just one big ‘global village’. Those who advocate strong central government and seem to be pushing for a world wide super government already think that there is a global village. But of course, these folks are blind to reality, blinded by their lust for power.
In China, the Chinese culture flourishes because they limit the number of foreigners who can live and work within their borders. Same thing goes for Saudi Arabia. Folks may have mixed opinions about Saudi and Chinese culture, but atleast there is a Saudi and Chinese culture to have an opinion about.
Segregation allows nations to thrive. Now, a nation is more than just lines on a map, unlike how many central planners think. They think a place like France will still be France whether it’s populated by White folks who have lived there for centuries; or populated by Arabs and Africans who have lived in France for a decade or two. A nation is a people. A people who share a common language, culture, heritage, belief system, way of living, a common outlook on life. Segregation prevents a nation’s extinction. It allows future generations to live in the same society and enjoy the same benefits that their ancestors did.
We in the Western World, especially us here in Dixie, must re-assert our independence and break free from the central governments of the European Union and the United States. The most likely scenario would be after an economic collapse as happened to the Soviet Union. Will we face a similar situation as did the various peoples of Yugoslavia? Perhaps. Perhaps not. But in the end, our culture, just like the Serbian culture and Bosnian culture, will survive. We will be free to segregate ourselves and enjoy our culture without having to put up with outside interference like we do now. We will be allowed to determine for ourselves how we wish to live, and our neighbors can determine for themselves how they wish to live. This mutual respect will bring a new age of peace and prosperity to us in the West. It is only a matter of time.