Our Faint-Hearted Nationalists | Pete Spiliakos

A conservative nationalism that can’t speak to both recent immigrant populations and anxious working-class whites will lose to left-wing cosmopolitanism. Working-class whites will stay home if they are offered nothing but contempt from elite conservatives. Patriotic, moderately conservative nonwhites will vote for liberal cosmopolitans who claim to love them, over nationalist conservatives who seem to think that nonwhites are a peripheral (and regrettable) part of the American nation.

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If Satan Cast Out Satan, He is Divided Against Himself; how then will his kingdom stand? | Farrakahn

Minister Farrakhan speaks as the country faces a myriad of economic, social and political problems as well as a contentious 2016 campaign for the White House between GOP contender Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton. The subject of Minister Farrakhan’s address is “If Satan Cast Out Satan, He is Divided Against Himself; how then will his kingdom stand?”

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When the mountains were red

Though religion has always played a central role in the make-up of Pushtun identity, Pushtun nationalism (especially in the 20th century) was always a more secular and left-leaning phenomenon. It still is.

This nationalism’s modern manifestation was founded on the thoughts and actions of Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan (Bacha Khan) and expressed through such left-wing parties as National Awami Party (NAP), Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PkMAP) and the Awami National Party (ANP).

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Catalan Parliament Votes To Secede From Spain

In the aftermath of last month’s Brexit vote, there was an outpouring of concern in Europe that the British decision would embolden similar separatist movements across the continent. Earlier Wednesday, this is precisely what happened when Catalan nationalists voted to approve a plan to secede from Spain, defying the nation’s Constitutional Court and challenging acting Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, who is currently in political limbo as he struggles to form a government.

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