Patriotism

Patriotism is caring about one's country. This is very similar to Racism. But then Racism is a Marxist construct, a Marxist propaganda tool, which was created in order to convince people that they should not be patriotic, or care about their country. In fact the Marxists want us to hate our country on the grounds that we did various Third World peoples down. This is the idea of Western Guilt, a fraudulent concept which is designed to misuse our better feelings. It is marketed by the Main Steam Media and the Education industry with huge success. An aspect of patriotism can be Xenophobia, an unreasonable dislike of foreigners. The Propagandists attack hard on this one; pretending that blacks are wonderful while suppressing the truth about their track record of crime.

It is helpful to know who is marketing these concepts and their real attitudes to the Third Worlders they are foisting on us. Our Invisible Enemy is the Zionist Jew. He hates blacks. He hates Illegal Immigrants which is why they are put in Saharonim Concentration Camp if they get to Israel, the Stolen Land before being sent back to their very own Hellholes.

What The Nation Owes You And What You Owe The Nation
What makes a nation, what makes it hold together is the subject.

 

Patriotism ex Wiki
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Patriotism is a devotion to one's country, excluding differences caused by the dependencies of the term's meaning upon context, geography and philosophy. In a generalized sense applicable to all countries and peoples, patriotism is a devotion to one's country.

It is a related sentiment to nationalism.[1][2][3]

The English term patriot is first attested in the Elizabethan era, via Middle French from Late Latin (6th century) patriota "countryman", ultimately from Greek πατριώτης (patriōtēs) "countryman", from πατρίς, "fatherland".[4] The abstract noun patriotism appears in the early 18th century.

Enlightenment England and France
In classical 18th century patriotism, loyalty to the State was chiefly considered in contrast to loyalty to the Church, and it was argued that clerics should not be allowed to teach in public schools as their patrie was heaven, so that they could not inspire love of the homeland in their students. One of the most influential proponents of this classical notion of patriotism was Jean-Jacques Rousseau.[1]

Conversely, in 1774, Samuel Johnson published The Patriot, a critique of what he viewed as false patriotism. On the evening of 7 April 1775, he made the famous statement, "Patriotism is the last refuge of the scoundrel."[6] This line was not, as widely believed, about patriotism in general, but the false use of the term "patriotism" by John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute (the patriot-minister) and his supporters; Johnson opposed "self-professed Patriots" in general, but valued what he considered "true" patriotism.
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