Despite the fact that the world is always full of danger, history is nowadays on the side of the majority. Nations are alive without the permission of muddled editorial offices and academic departments.
In recent years, nations have become the islands of resistance to socially unfair globalization. Similarly, migration and its implications show why it is essential to maintain our national identity. And last but not least, the Babylonian tower called the European Union shows how essential it is for the nation to preserve as much independence as possible.
However, a significant part of the intellectuals only spread the green-rose ideals of some Western politicians. They support the invasion of an infant society that bothers every clear idea and prefers migrants rather than their own people – the society that simply encourages minorities to question the opinions and lifestyles of the majority.
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