The progressive left and their media allies frequently control the political narrative in the Unites States, giving them the ability to fabricate story lines that work to their favor.
Dependent on racial disharmony to advance their failed agenda, this cabal leads us to believe that a handful of white supremacists — who they elevate — are a national crisis, as they drive myths like white privilege and white nationalism.
But leave it to conservative radio talk show host Dennis Prager to push back.
“There’s no such thing as white nationalism,” Prager declared in a video shared on social media that sets the record straight.
“Nationalism is a beautiful thing. And there’s no such thing as white nationalism,” he insisted. “That’s the irony. What is white nationalism? White is a race. Aren’t most of the people in Iceland white? Are they part of white nationalism? How could you be a white nationalist? There’s no white nation. There are nations composed largely of whites, but that’s a separate issue. The people in Iceland don’t walk around thinking yay for white, they think yay for Iceland. Big difference.”
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— PragerU (@prageru) July 6, 2019
Of course, reducing pride in your nation to a racially motivated initiative counters the simple notion that drives President Donald Trump’s popularity, making America great again.
“So this notion, ‘Oh, if the President of the United States mentions nationalism, it’s something about white supremacy,’ that’s absurd,” Prager added. “The whole point of American nationalism is that it contains people of every race, it — nationalism ends race. It doesn’t celebrate race. It celebrates nation.”
“And it’s a beautiful thing to have a national identity, not just ‘human being,'” he said. “What does that mean? You’re a biological — a member of a biological species known as Homo sapiens? That’s your identity? Yay, Homo sapiens! Who are we going to root for in the World Cup? Homo sapiens? It’s preposterous! And bad, morally bad. It’s a beautiful thing to have nationalism.”
Prager then comes perilously close to committing the same crime as Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, which was speaking up for Western civilization and its values — the biggest deterrent to the left’s success.
“The left hates it, and that’s part of the great ideological battle in America and the West,” Prager explained. “People unthinkingly go oh, yeah, nationalism, gee, that’s bad.
“What’s bad about it?” he continued. “People of every different race and every different religion united as one nation? What could be more beautiful? Who are we going to give power to if it isn’t — if it isn’t diffused among states in the United States, among nations in the world? I don’t want Brussels to run Europe and I don’t want the U.N. to run the world. That is the issue. Long live good nationalism. What’s the moral alternative?”
The conservative personality’s PragerUniversity YouTube channel is suing Google for restricting its five-minute educational videos, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The entertainment news magazine reported that Prager is making a documentary on free speech and political correctness on college campuses with Adam Carolla — it’s set to be released in a few months — and Prager accepted an invitation to appear at a July 16 Senate committee hearing hosted by Senator Ted Cruz, R-Texas, to talk about this.
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