This article is copied from what appears to be an anti-nationalist themed website - or at least, a website which as part of its remit discusses various nuances of political developments.
Whilst a few parts are a little off course, I think that the author is one of the few who actually understands the thrust of what the new nationalist movement is about.
For that reason, I think it is worthy of being read by nationalists. There is almost a whiff of fear about it, because it recognises that many strategies of combating us are not going to work.
Some of you may have read it recently via the Amren website, but for those of you who have not (especially those who have an interest in the analysis of nationalism from an opponents perspective) you may find it an interesting (and fairly reassuring) read.
About the site it is taken from:
"Re-Public is an online journal focusing on innovative developments in contemporary political theory and practice."