Tuesday, April 21, 2009

A Return to Nationalism and Regionalism


It has been said that we are on the brink of the fourth return,  that moment when the wheel of history turns back  and regression is more conducive to "progress"  than a mad forward march.  Nationalism and regionalism do not belong to a global world order;  do not belong to oil and pharmaceutical interests driving wars in far flung places.  Multiculturalism and advanced hyper-liberalism ;   post modern, high-tech futurism and New Agism:  These run counter to the retrograde of nationalism.  And so?  A failing economy and less availability of technology will do the job for us.

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