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TOPIC: Bhutan - A Happy Nationalist Country

Bhutan - A Happy Nationalist Country 14 May 2014 23:12 #1

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Bhutan is not a materially wealthy country, but that's not the be all and end all. Humans are pack animals, who have an innate desire to belong to groups, and the health and wellbeing of the group is important to all. With the erosion of our core identities (family, race, religion, nationality), people seek more and more other groups to join, sports fans, fans of certain music styles, and subcultures aswell as many others.

Nationalism is the only way to defeat the globalist agenda for global uniformity. This is why the liberal media are determined to demonise nationalists by using words like "racist" and all the other clichéd, inaccurate, emotional terms they use to describe anyone they don't like. Nationalists are horrified at the thought of invading other countries to interfere in their affairs - that is imperialism and the two should not be confused. All we ask is to be allowed to protect our own country, our own people, our own culture and our own way of life. Doesn't every country deserve that?

Bhutan support REAL diversity and not Orwellian doublespeak diversity. Let Bhutan be Bhutan, let France be France, let Egypt be Egypt. That's true diversity, and it's wonderful. Our identities are being chipped away so the elites can push their superficial, consumerist, amoral global superculture. What a boring, grey, dull world where everything is the same! It also lends itself much easier to tyranny, which is undoubtedly where we're headed.

Bhutan is not a perfect country (where is?) and I'm sure it has its own problems, but good on Bhutan for keeping her sovereignty and her national identity and culture alive, and putting her people first. May other countries follow her lead!



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Bhutan - A Happy Nationalist Country 14 May 2014 23:25 #2

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This thread belongs to "Anthropology" from my pov.



"In the 1990s, Bhutan expelled or forced to leave nearly one-fifth of its population in the name of preserving its Tibetan Mahayana Buddhist culture and identity, claiming that those expelled were illegal residents" (ziopedia)


"Does Bhutan need the world?!" very valid question and if the country would not be so tiny and lacking natural resources, it would be dangerous, too.
Reminds me of Jainism and the book I am reading about historic India.
Very intersting topic!
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Bhutan - A Happy Nationalist Country 14 May 2014 23:28 #3

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If mods want to move it they're free to, I just put it in general because I felt it covers several of the other sub-forums and wasn't sure which one it fitted in.

As for that Wikipedia quote, they neglect to mention that the Nepalese immigrants who were evicted were troublemakers and trying to impose their culture on the Bhutanese. Wiki has a political agenda? Never! :D
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Bhutan - A Happy Nationalist Country 15 May 2014 22:40 #4

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Bhutan - A Happy Nationalist Country 16 May 2014 00:17 #5

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I can't help but feel Bhutan will go gradually downhill now they've got television? Let's hope they stick to Bhutanese stations and not awful, international mind-rotting stations.
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Bhutan - A Happy Nationalist Country - North Korea - A Happy Nationalist Country 13 Jun 2017 11:00 #6

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North Korea - A Happy Nationalist Country


Please take into account that the following text was published by the most politically correct mouthpiece of the "western" system!


JUCHE - Chuch’e


Juche (Korean: 주체, lit. 'subject'; Korean pronunciation: [tɕutɕʰe]), usually left untranslated, or translated as "self-reliance", is the official state ideology of North Korea, described by the government as Kim Il-sung's "original, brilliant and revolutionary contribution to national and international thought". It says that an individual is "the master of his destiny", that the North Korean masses are to act as the "masters of the revolution and construction", and that by becoming a self-reliant and strong nation one can achieve true socialism.

Kim Il-sung (1912–1994) developed the ideology, originally viewed as a variant of Marxism–Leninism until it became distinctly "Korean" in character, whilst incorporating the historical materialist ideas of Marxism–Leninism and strongly emphasising the individual, the nation state and its sovereignty. Consequentially, Juche was adopted into a set of principles that the North Korean government has used to justify its policy decisions from the 1950s onwards. Such principles include moving the nation towards claimed "jaju" (independence), through the construction of "jarip" (national economy) and an emphasis upon "jawi" (self-defence), in order to establish socialism.

The Juche ideology has been criticized by many scholars and observers as a mechanism for sustaining the dictatorial rule of the North Korean regime, and justifying the country's heavy-handed isolationism and oppression of the North Korean people. It has also been described as a form of Korean ethnic nationalism, but one which promotes the Kim family as the saviours of the "Korean Race" and acts as a foundation of the subsequent personality cult surrounding them.


"To make revolution in Korea we must know Korean history and geography as well as the customs of the Korean people. Only then is it possible to educate our people in a way that suits them and to inspire in them an ardent love for their native place and their motherland."

- Kim Il-sung; 1955


en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juche
de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chuch%E2%80%99e-Ideologie
www.die-nordkoreareise.de/nordkorea-info/juche-ideologie.html


The difference between Communist National Socialism and German National Socialism seems to be smaller
than the difference between both of them and "Democracy".

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~ J. W. v. Goethe

Johannes Lang "The Hollow World Theory" Blog
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