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Nationalism isn’t about nations

And commitment isn’t about sincerity. These guys were serious. They killed, and they died.

For what? you ask. What, indeed. Think about it.


7 responses to “Nationalism isn’t about nations

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  3. Thrasymachus September 5, 2015 at 18:30

    There is an interplay between Irish culture and English culture. The Catholic Church took much more power in Irish society after the famine, on the idea that it was God’s punishment for the Irish being insufficiently religious. On top of this, of course, restricting reproduction seemed to very important after the Malthusian disaster.

    The Irish set out to prove themselves more moral than the English. In Victorian times they did this with sexual morality, which was very important then. More recently they have tried to be more progressive, and most recently more diverse.

    • Ulick McGee September 14, 2015 at 04:17

      Re sexual morality, is it Sailer who points out that Arabs control their women so tightly because they see the effects of not doing so below the Sahara? Literally 30 years ago, 20~something Irish women were incredibly chaste and religious by English standards. Now they are massive sluts, as are the women of the 10% ethnic Irish whites in England who make up a subtantial portion of the racemixers in the underclass. We should have kept saying those novenas because when left to our own devices, a substantial portion of us will revert to savages. Our leaders used to know that.

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  5. Toddy Cat September 8, 2015 at 20:06

    As long as it destroys the hated Anglo-Saxons, the IRA doesn’t give a rats ass what happens to Ireland. They never have. This surprises me not at all. See also “Jews”…

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