American nationalism can rescue the nation from globalists by fostering an unwavering sense of unity, pride, and shared values among American citizens. We must prioritize the safeguarding of the country’s sovereignty, culture, and economy from globalism.
Nationalism is an exceptional thing for a country, as it promotes unity, pride, and a shared sense of purpose among its citizens. Despite the left’s criticism and attempts to label it as fascism, nationalism is not inherently negative or oppressive.
By focusing on American interests first, American nationalism will ensure that the country’s economy remains strong and that its citizens are prioritized when it comes to job opportunities, wages, and social benefits. This can be achieved through policies such as trade protectionism, which aims to shield domestic industries from foreign competition, and immigration policies that prioritize the needs of American workers. Meaning, zero illegal immigration and a moratorium on legal immigration.
Moreover, American nationalism can also help to strengthen the country’s cultural identity and foster a sense of unity among its citizens. By promoting shared values, traditions, and history, American nationalism can help to create a more cohesive society that is better equipped to face the assault on our county by the globalist criminal network and their operatives in the American Democrat party.
As much as our political and media elites would like us to believe, what defines most Americans is not the color of their skin, their religion, or their ancestry. What truly unites us is our Constitution. It’s the document that limits the power of our government, a groundbreaking innovation that changed the course of political thought and governance forever. Americans share a story of freedom that has been earned through the bloodshed in the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, two World Wars, and numerous smaller wars and skirmishes fought to defend the American liberty and that same Constitution.
There is not one singular race or culture in America that owns a story or hardship that other Americans cannot share.
We are united by our citizenship.
The distinction between citizen and resident is paramount for understanding what it means to be an American. Residents have no say in how our society should exist or be governed. They are to obey the laws set forth by the citizens, and if they do not, they are to be prosecuted and deported. If a resident does not like the rules, they are free to leave at any time. No one is forcing residents to stay here. This is central to the American rule of law. It’s fundamental to the republic.
Residents have no place in American civics, and any attempt to give them station or eligibility to participate in our democratic processes undermines the rule of law, especially if their first act upon entering the country was breaking it. They should strive to become citizens, but until they are, we do not bend the knee to them.
Only citizens are allowed to come and go as they please. This underlines the gravity and the status of what it means to be an American citizen. You have the freedom to act independently, choose how you want to be governed, raise a family, and pass on to them what you leave when you die. These are rare attributes of citizenship in the world today. Being a citizen in many countries in the world means nothing more than being compelled to pay your taxes and expecting to be saved by the new world order.
Reviving a strong sense of American nationalism is what will save our country, and electing America First candidates at all levels of government will deliver the death blow needed to defeat globalism all over the world.