White Nationalism is not White Supremacy!

As the melting of snowflakes continue in Liberal America, I see unfair accusations from Liberals calling many good, decent Conservatives who support our President, Donald Trump, a white nationalist… like it is a bad thing. I am dumbfounded that the ignorance of Liberals is hitting an all-time high and that they can’t tell the difference between a white nationalist and a white supremacist. As a Jew who has experienced with both types of people, I will explain the difference, hopefully in a way that Liberals will be able to understand.

White nationalism is a good quality to have. I truly believe God made you the way you are for a reason, and you have the right to feel proud of who you are. Every race, religion, and culture has their accomplishments and short falls. It’s just part of human nature. White nationalism is, simply put, being proud to be white and American.

White Americans have accomplished so much with a country as young as the United States. White nationalist Americans actually care about the safety of their countrymen whether one is a Liberal or Conservative. Nationalists put their country first, which is the most honorable thing a citizen can do. So what is the crime in being a white nationalist?

I can even add that white nationalism is similar to Zionism, another concept that confuses many people.  Zionism is not “Jewish supremacy.” It is the realization of the Jewish people, returning to the homeland of Israel and establishing the Jewish country as it was meant to be.

White supremacists, on the other hand, feel they are superior to other races. They hate anyone who is not white, especially blacks, Jewish people, and Hispanics. They use violence to get their agenda across. They do not put their country first nor do they have values and principles. My own experience with them… they think that Jewish people will one day rule the entire world and are part of a globalist scheme to take down the white race.

White nationalists are concerned about elected officials with dual citizenship. I agree that it should be a concern because of a potential conflict of interest. Where do the loyalties lie? And folks, it is not anti-Semitic just because they include Israeli-Americans in this. Heck, I wouldn’t want someone with dual citizenship in the Knesset or as Prime Minister! If Liberals continue to play the anti-Semitic card when it isn’t valid, when anti-Semitism actually does happen, people will ignore it.

The bottom line is… Elected officials should only have one national allegiance and it should be to the country in which they hold a leadership position. This is not racist. It’s just common sense.

David Weissman was born in Queens, NY and served 13 years in the U.S. Army as a chaplain assistant, including two deployments to Afghanistan. Upon being honorably discharged he made the Jewish right of return (Aliyah) and moved to the city of Ashkelon in Israel where he experienced the war with Hamas in the summer of 2014. David is now a freelance writer living in the city of Efrat in the Jerusalem district.