The Case for Postmodern Anarchical Nationalism Reply

From Quisling’s Quest

I am an independent politically. I believe in less government on the national level and more local control at a city state community level. I believe in diversity and that small government should reflect the community that lives within it. Because of all this, I see segregation, political, ethnic, religious, racial, and cultural, as a very good thing. Each community or city state should draw from different demographics. And then that local government, in its laws, traditions and education, can reflect that unique community. This would solve so many of our cultural conflicts. It would allow for true diversity of communities. My views need not be seen as racist even though I advocate segregation. I also believe that a community can chose to be multicultural and totally secular if they chose that route. My libertarian, city state vision would be an interesting experiment in freedom. Which communities would thrive? Which would deteriorate? Institutional racism would no longer be a problem because people of color could have their own communities, to design in their own fashion. I call my vision, postmodern anarchical nationalism. I am a PANist. It is post modern because it doesn’t build on one paradigm or one single view of reality. It allows for each community to find its own reality and build on it. The only fundamental rule is to respect the sovereignty of all other city states and not infringe or conquer them. If there is a federal or national government, its sole purpose would be to protect the freedom of the city state. So that’s Panism. Would it work? I think ultimately some form of it will have to. There is no other way to accommodate the diversity we find on this small planet.

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