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The pride of a nationalist in their national culture is frighteningly anonymous and incredibly democratic.
Wildly imaginative about everything except nationalism.
The myth of manifold unity has surpassed the myth of simple unity in the nationalist imaginary.
It is possible to be foreign to every nation, but this foreignness cannot be equidistant in every case.
The beauty of the natural world is unrelated to the “beauty” of U.S. nationalism. To claim otherwise is an outrageous appropriation.
It beats me, I talk shit, and we do it all over again.
Leave it to the nationalists to elevate a contingency into a competition.
But the mystery is why an economy would need nationally organized feelings in the first place.
Every critique of certain forms of “identity politics” leaves a dozen other forms of identification unchallenged.
“We are one” is intended to be an inclusive message, but its meaning is exclusionary in the extreme.