If you don’t understand Nationalist. Think of it this way. You can be the United States of America, or you can be the United States of Earth, but if you are the United States of Earth, UN Rules apply, and not the Constitution.
It’s Nationalism or Globalism, and I do not vote to Abandon America and Join the UN. I do not like the way the EU is run, I do not agree with their policies on immigration, I do not believe in their socialistic views and I do not agree with the level of influence the enemies of America have in it.
We The People run this country and we do not authorize subordination to any foreign power. It is straight forth and simple.
It has nothing to do with race, or white supremacy. As Nationalists, we intend to stay the United States of America, not the United States of Earth. The Constitution is the law of the land in this country, NOT UN Agenda 2021, or the newly released version, Agenda 2030.
We will not allow the erasing of American History, even if you attempt to alter the facts through re-education of an entire generation through control of the school system.
Having nothing to do with race or color, I took an oath before God, as did many millions of Americans.
“I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So help me God”
This is the statement of a Nationalist. There is one law here. And America will remain free and independent.
You may not fully understand what is happening yet, and the smoke screens of racism, sexism, xenophobia and homophobia may be raised one after the other, but no matter what you say we’re going to stand by one thing.
These United States will remain One Nation, Under God. That is the Oath we took. That is the primary tenet of Scouting.
Duty to God and Country. You will not move me, save by killing me first. On this I do solemnly swear.
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