Martinique: The Dangers of Nationalism

Le Blog de [Moi], deploring the emergence of a movement led by novelist Raphaël Confiant in Martinique, cites the words of Guadeloupean Professor Jacky Dahomey (Fr): “Nationalism, a political ideology of social linkage invented in Europe, especially in its excessive form, is what we should not copy here. But be clear that I am not confusing nation and nationalism. “

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  • Usagi Aomori

    But that doesnt answer the question of “What are the dangers of nationalism?”

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