Civic nationalism, or the idea of a society based on individual rights and freedoms, leads to institutional and then demographic homogenization. Not only is it not a real alternative to globalism, but it is also inherently an oxymoron.
Edited, written and narrated by Disgruntled Leaf.
Background music: "Perseid 2" by My Own Cubic Stone https://myowncubicstone.bandcamp.com/music
Grant, George “Lament for a Nation: the Defeat of Canadian Nationalism”. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1965, page 55.
Habermas, Jürgen “Struggles for Recognition in the Democratic State”. In “Inclusion of the Other”, MIT Press, 1998, page 228.
Habermas, “The European Nation-State: On the Past and Future of Sovereignty and Citizenship,” in Inclusion of the Other, p.118.