There are many people today who describe themselves, or are described by others, as civic nationalists. Some of these people include Donald Trump, Nigel Farage and Tommy Robinson. These people claim, or are claimed by others, to be fighting against globalism using the weapon of civic nationalism. It all sounds good, but there’s just one problem. Civic nationalism is a disgusting fraud which cannot save whites, those of European descent, from replacement and extinction. Those who promote civic nationalism are either ignorant to its shortcomings, cowards or controlled opposition.
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Poster for the 2007 election. It referred to the controversy the year before, depicting a hand-drawn image of Islamic prophet Muhammad with caption “Freedom of speech is Danish, censorship is not”, and “We stand our ground on Danish values”
The Danish People’s Party (DPP) (Danish: Dansk Folkeparti, DF) is a political party in Denmark that is generally described as right-wing populist by academics and far-right by international media. It has also been described in academia and the media as a nativist and anti-immigrant party. The party was founded in 1995 by Pia Kjærsgaard, who was the leader of the party until 2012, when she passed the leadership on to Kristian Thulesen Dahl. The DPP lent its support to the Liberal–Conservative government that ruled from the general election of 2001 until the 2011 election defeat. While not part of the cabinet, DPP cooperated closely with the governing coalition on most issues and received support for key political stances in return, to the point that the government was commonly referred to as the “VKO-government” (O being DPP’s election symbol). It also provided parliamentary support to Lars Løkke Rasmussen‘s cabinets from 2016–2019, again without participating in it.
In 2007, the party opposed the Danish government’s plan to recognise the independence of Kosovo, and maintained the territorial integrity of Serbia. The DPP also opposes the recognition of Palestine on the grounds that there is no effective Palestinian state, and wants to move the Danish embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.
The DPP also supports Danish membership of NATO.
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There is an overlap between civic nationalism and the ‘counter jihad movement’, we see that in Danish People’s Party with their push for Eastern European invasion “instead” of a more Arab/Muslim dominated invasion.
Either way, we are being replaced by the invasive (in our own country).