Those strongly committed to protecting national independence, especially from foreign encroachment and colonization. A term popularized in the early Nineteenth Century, of which James Monroe, author of the Monroe Doctrine was a leading figure.
Much later in America the Indian movement copied the term to falsely label themselves as 'Native Americans.' Modern DNA testing proves that Indians in America are actually Asian, not American.
The wise Native-Americanists in 1820 knew what many multiculturalists today still haven't found out.
Nationalist plan for world peace based on freedom, re‑nationalization and repatriation, together with the break up of Russia and Red China. We must unite and restore America first, then give aid to nationalist movements worldwide so that the eternal, inalienable rights we enjoy may also be enjoyed by mankind as a whole. We are nationalists not internationalists.
May our new world mission be fulfilled so that our children may flourish in a sovereign, free, autonomous nation forever.
Pro‑majority Americans. Those seeking, once again, to shore up distinctly American heritage, culture, blood and nationality, especially to the point of excluding foreigners, minorities and incompatibles. A term popularized in the mid-Twentieth Century. The leading light was Gerald L. K. Smith.
The Nationalists effectively secured the border.
A fighter for his nation, people and way of life; proclaims America for Americans; socially active for All‑American rule and nationality within America. May be foreign (a British Nationalist stands for Britain for the British, German Nationalist for Germany for Germans, etc.). Usually, but not necessarily, a member of The Nationalist Movement, itself.
My life changed when I became a nationalist, for it brought me into a brotherhood of my people to be a defender of my nation. To think, I use to watch football on TV and see "warriors" and since I became a nationalist, I am one myself. My team is my people. My team's goal is to win a nation.
Love of America, love of the American people, love of the American way of life. The opposite of Internationalism (communism) and Sectionalism (feudalism). Each nationality may have its own nationalism toward its own people, land and way of life.
A nation cannot exist without nationalism.
Why I Am a Nationalist,
By Jacob Ind
I am a Nationalist. I am not simply a nationalist in the generalized meaning of the world, but as a proud member and full supporter of The Nationalist Movement. While I may find interest in what other groups may have to say in order to educate myself, I do not support those groups, let alone belong to them. I am a Nationalist Movement Member. We stand proud knowing we exist freely by and for the American interest. We need not take pay or levy taxes like government to provide services; we do it because it is the right thing to do.
The Nationalist Movement is the only secular organization which is actively promoting the heath, heritage, and values of America without throwing unnecessary stumbling blocks in front of our people. Some groups with similar goals have tied their ideology in with religious and spiritual views the majority of our people reject and see as strange or foreign. We are a religiously tolerant people but Americans won’t join up with groups which are entangled with spiritual beliefs they disagree with or which mock their own, even if the secular aims are agreeable.
Other groups of similar aims create stumbling blocks for the American people by trying to debate historical claims and revive bygone political systems which have been slandered beyond redemption. With no sense of psychological reality, these groups seriously believe they can again fight and win a propaganda war lost over a generation ago. -They can’t, but together we can take back America today.
There are also groups who push the American people away with antisocial behavior and a crassness suited for inner city front line struggles against violent minorities and not the life experience of average Americans. White youth who have to fight and stand up with an “in your face” attitude in cities where they are preyed upon by jackals do not understand that racial slurs and angry calls of “White Power” push away our people who have yet to face the reality that they have long been systematically victimized. But, our movement must understand that and deal with our people according to their personal realities.
The Nationalist Movement is the only way forward. It has not enmeshed itself with any religious ideology, leaving no stumbling block for any American of any, or no, spiritual persuasion. It has not tied itself to the trappings of any previous political movement so there is no need to be entangled in debates over the past against insurmountable odds. Nor has The Nationalist Movement occupied itself with chasing fantastic conspiracy theories which strike most Americans as whacky and, even if proven true, have no practical application to our fight for our nation. We strive to promote a pro-social image and language which does not water-down our doctrine but at the same time does not come off as crude. The truth speaks for itself and Americans when presented with the truth come to their own sensible conclusions. The problem is that our media will not provide the whole truth, so we must.
Probably most importantly, The Nationalist Movement is active in putting our beliefs into legal action. We don’t just sit around preaching to the converted nor are we a social club, we act and we act right. Unlike some groups who push others to commit crimes with a wink and a nod to obeying the law, The Nationalist Movement realizes that proud American youth in prison aren’t producing the next generation of proud Americans, aren’t raising the children they do have, aren’t cleaning up their neighborhoods, and really aren’t doing anything effective, if even active, in furthering an all-American America. Youth in prison are wasted youth and The Nationalist Movement does not want to effect change by sacrificing them like many other organizations do. Crime pushes our lost fellow Americans away from us and places a further burden upon our nation to feed and house them.
Each one of us must ask ourselves, “What am I?” If we cannot boldly say that we are simply “nationalist,” something is wrong. America does not need a multitude of groups who all claim to share the same or similar goals, each with different leaders and different propaganda organs. Not only is it ineffective, causing needless overlap of resources and energy, it is a sign of arrogance, egotism and corruption. Those who can’t submit to leadership go off and form a new group so they can be important, drawing off resources and potential followers from the group which has the right formula, the right doctrine, and a proven track record of right action.