Category Archives: Nationalism

US border patrol and immigration

Reports are out that not everyone in DHS is on board with the new policies enunciated by President Trump.  I predicted resistance, but not from certain parts of the immigration bureaucracy.  It is no surprise to me that there is resistance to the new regime in the U. S. Border Patrol (USBP).

Source: Saboteurs Even In The Border Patrol–Are They Hispanic? | VDARE – premier news outlet for patriotic immigration reform

Canada’s esprit de corps

What truly impressed me was that Ukrainians that I know do not try to hide that Ukraine has problems, and there is lots of work that needs to be done. I have always thought that esprit de corps — the sense of pride and loyalty for one’s group — is Canada’s greatest problem. Not because being loyal to your community or group is bad, but because it could blind your eyes from the truth and make you reluctant from openly speaking about the problems within your community.

Source: Ukraine’s Conflict Hits Close To Home For Me, A Korean-Canadian | Elliot M. Cho

National Identity – UK – Wall Street Journal 

The stateless, faceless EU is a weak, ineffectual opponent, lacking the courage and esprit de corps that only a national identity and strong, elected leadership can provide. One has to imagine that the U.K. leaving the EU will send a shudder through ISIS and its brethren—signaling that the Brits are going to fight to protect their values as a nation. We should be so lucky.

Source: Obama May Offend on Brexit, but He’s Right – WSJ