Just curious to see what people think on this. I know we've all seen the name Stromfront bandied about, and that is what has inspired this thread. I actually got curious about this myself and looked into it. Here's what I concluded: What it is on paper is different from what it is in reality. On paper, white nationalists claim that they don't believe in white superiority, but rather they just want their own geographical area to build a white nation and to live amongst themselves. And while some REALLY DO seem to adhere to this ideal, it seems to me that there's so much bleed over from white supremacists who legitimately think the white race is superior to other races. Me, personally, I don't think it's a moral issue to simply want to live among your own kind. In fact, one might argue that this forced homogenization that is constantly thrust upon us is the real evil. But to think that because you are a member of a certain race, you are superior to people of another race is, in my opinion at least, super fucked up. So I guess white nationalism--or any kind of nationalism really--doesn't strike me as a legitimate problem. If you step beyond that, it is. What does everyone else think?