'ethnostate' is at once pretentious, euphemistic and just plain confusing.

...And it wasn’t Spencer who coined the phrase it was Wilmot Robertson in his book “The Ethnostate”@Alex_Linder

@Fabius_Lives @Alex_Linder Ethnostate sounds good to me, it has a good ring to it. Though, you are right, it's just another retreat from the Jews' hijacking of the word "nation". We should not invent new words just because subversives redefined the old ones.

@Marko @Fabius_Lives

ask anyone in public what 'ethnostate' means, they wont know

it's popular with the conservative infection that has always plagued white nationalism because its pseudoacademic sound makes it seem higher class, which is what the middle class is always going for

again what the fuck is an ethnostate? that is not a thing

@Marko @Fabius_Lives no some conservative author used it, even if masquerading as racialist or nationalist, and that's where it started. middle class cowards love pseudo-academic languse, the pretentiousness fluffs them. that's why these jokes say "kalergi plan" instead of just jews. which is far too 'crude' for people who live 'nice' lives of euphemism and essentially effeminate mediocrity

@Alex_Linder White Nation. Explicit and to the point and will reveal our enemies without and without that deny it and/or subvert.

@Alex_Linder It makes quite a bit of sense in an European setting, but not in the US.

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