There's a difference between hearth & home and blood & soil
Preference for one thing does not entail hating the other thing and not being A Good Person doesn't make you A Bad Person
Any fule kno at this point that racist is a term rapidly losing a meaningful anchor in the actual world. Which, ironically, is good for the actual racists. Confusion is always helpful for bad actors.
Racist is now one of a number of terms that have been subject to such significant concept creep, grâce à theoretical wordplay, religiosity and emergent hysteria of leftish postmodernism, that features of ordinary human wiring are considered beyond the pale.
Badgering a tired girlfriend for sex, until she unenthusiastically complies, is rape.
Speaking certain words is committing an act of violence.
Not repeating the mantra that men who subjectively feel that they are female are women is bigotry.
Booing a sportsperson for bringing politics onto the field is hate.
Preferring to live among your own ethnic/cultural kind is racist.
These are all things which are not Good. But are they really BAD?
This is what it means to live in enlightened times. To be judged and smeared by those on a mission to reengineer society to fit their ideas of fairness or progress toward a better world.
Pushing back on any of this is often criticised as waging 'culture war' while promoting it apparently isn't waging culture war because it's just promoting some good things.
The wordplay and concept framing is sophisticated and subtle, as one might expect from a movement driven by the top tier in society. It's also infuriatingly tricksy because it isn't easy to escape the triangulation moves.
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