Comment: No, he's not an internationalist.

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No, he's not an internationalist.

He's an anti-nationalist, opposed to the corrosive idea of "nationalism." "Nationalism" is the school of collectivist thought which holds that individuals are the rightful property of governments. "Allegiance" is a very telling word; check out its origins: it is the duty that a medieval serf owes to his feudal liege lord. Reflect on that, the next time you are called upon to "pledge allegiance to the flag."

"Internationalists" -- more properly called "globalists" -- believe that people should all be regarded as the property of a world government; theirs is the precise opposite of the belief that each person owns his own life.

Recommended reading: The Most Dangerous Superstition by Larken Rose