- Jun 2018
- New Hampshire
The above mentioned policy of your ancestors was not just reasonable, it was a patriotic attempt to preserve the ethnic demographics and cultural heritage of their nation. Australia as a nation was founded in the late 18th century by peoples of the British Isles. European peoples. They had every right to preserve their identity just as the French, Italians, Germans, Japanese or any national majority have the right to do so."Cultural Marxism is a cancer that should be opposed by all people who love their nations, cultures, and heritage"
I just love statements which in which a person has the arrogance to tell me what I should do. Especially when they also contain sweeping generalisations and a basic logical fallacy. In this case it's "the no true Scotsman"
I love my country, but do not hate others. I can't claim to 'love my culture" as I have no idea what you mean, and suspect you don't either. A definable culture is a slippery thing to grasp, especially if living in say a city, or vastly spread population.
Ethno Nationalism is more correctly called xenophobia and racism. However, I think human beings do have a hard wired tendency towards those things. That doe snot mean they are right or moral.
In my country, we tend to overcome such atavistic urges. I have struggled for over 40 years to overcome the casual and institutionalised racism of my country whicH I was taught as a child.
Eg Australia had "The White Australia Policy" until 19783. That was the logical conclusion to ethno-nationalism