Nationalists’ goal: a moral, upright and decent society, to the exclusion of immoral, indecent and subversive elements. Nationalism is morality.
The morality of Americans is unique among man, and is fundemental to how we maintain thriving societies.
The body of the entire American People (minus un-American, non-American and anti-American elements) armed in defense of the nation against foreign and domestic enemies under the Second Amendment. Sometimes a synonym for small, para-military groupings. Not to be confused with “Affirmative-Action” Militias, which are anarchists, survivalists and haters of all government (either as sectionalists or internationalists) and who practice de-Americanization.
The militia is the simplest defense to ensure the actual interest of the people, for it is by the people. Our Founding Fathers encouraged the ability of Americans to form and maintain militias to counter the power of the government and if necessary to force government to adhere to the constitution and/or the represented will of the people in the pursuit of a greater republic.
An American killed as a hero with Nationalistic and inspirational overtones, such as: Nathan Hale (died rather than betray his country to royalists); PFC L. D. Smith (killed by minorities in Vietnam for wearing a flag on his sleeve) and police officer Mike Moran (shot in the back by minority rioters in Newark while protecting lives and property during King riots). Avoid identifying with overtly criminal or lunatic elements.
A Nationalist Martyr dies for the noblest of causes in the defense of one's people and one's nation simultaneously.
The body of humanity benefitted by the civilization brought about by the American People and by Nationalism, as through science, law, medicine, architecture, inventiveness, justice, art, music and education.
Worldwide, mankind has been greatly advanced and has benefitted greatly by the United States of America, her people, and her principles.
The American people expressing its might through assemblies, elections, voting, speaking and the democratic processes.
The majority is the real power in a democracy. The Voting Rights Act is an assault on the majority of Americans.