Angua wrote:Have a look at your avatar? The whole 'my land' thing is often associated with people who are xenophobic. Also, you've recently said that people who aren't white can't be counted as English, despite being born and bred in England. There are lots of other clues around.
I've said that non-ethnically English people aren't ethnically English. That's a tautology. I've never implied they should be treated differently for this, only that wrong to deny the English an ethnic Identity.
Racial politics is a big deal to me, but that doesn't make me a racist.
"My Land My People?" England is my homeland and I'm rather fond of it. The English are my people and by and large I'm fond of them too. The two are a pretty big part of my identity. Doesn't mean I can't be fond of people of other nationalities too.
Obviously I'm an advocate
of a set of policies among which is "collective action organized along the lines of ethnic national identity" and "anti-Zionism" from a movement called "National Anarchism".
Oh, I remember the thread. I don't see anything wrong with collective action organised along the lines of ethnic national identity, no. I think things like campaigning for the truth about the Armenian Genocide, or for equal representation on the Census for Ethnic English Britons, to be good things.
I'll quite cheerfully admit to being Anti-Zionist. I'd much rather Israel was given back to the Palestinians. You can be Anti-Zionist without being anti-Semetic though, and I have no truck with Jews, so long as they're not contributing to genocide against the native Palestinians. Then I don't just have a truck, I have an 18-wheeler.
So wheres the evidence of me advocating for "racist or xenophobic" policies?
A quick read through your posts
shows you to be a xenophobe at the very least, and deserving of a Godwin's at the most. The very first thread you created
was in support of a Neo-Nazi group (and don't say it wasn't; if it involves "National ______" and a bunch of people marching with that salute, don't tell me they are just a different type of Ethno-Fascist and thus not Nazis). What's your argument, that the statement "well, people that don't resemble me don't belong here" isn't racist in the very least? It's the very definition of racism!
I identify with my ethnicity and my culture, as I think I have a right to. I have never once supported harm befalling anyone based on their ethnic group. I do think that people have a right to make racist statements, because, well, free speech - but I don't support them in that.
The last statement is just bizarre. I've never said anything along those lines - and the only way you could get that is a very deliberate misreading of some statements involving English (as an ethnicity), as distinct from English (as a nationality) - a distinction I've made quite clear prior to every one of those posts.
Where have I said that "people who don't look like me don't belong here?" You'll be looking a while.
EDIT: I did say this once (from one of the thread links you posted);
If we don't fall into the trap of reactionary fascistic statism, I think a lot of elements of a NA society will be present naturally in the cultures we live in within the next 50 years.
You're right. Godwin would be proud.
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