Thursday, February 2, 2012


John Derbyshire questions the idea "that the nation’s laws should strive to ensure that citizens enjoy no advantage whatsoever over non-citizens; or, to put it another way, that the nation’s citizenship should be worthless and the nation itself a fiction" — Over the Hill at 35. The Brit even dares to join with those "few retrograde souls... laboring under the juvenile illusion that US citizens’ interests should enjoy primacy in the calculations of US policy-makers."


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Blogger Pints in NYC said...

Now look at who is left to represent the "barbarism" of the nation-state system in the world today:

Russia, China, and India.

Nationalists all. And major economic competitors for the NWO.

The Hegelian dialectic requires the rapid abandonment of our own sense of nation-hood so as to better define ourselves against our "barbaric" opponents who cling to it.

February 2, 2012 at 10:59 PM  

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