It seems like you both are mixing up chauvinism (a destructive and at its core typically Jewish train of thought which is based on double standards and supremacism) with nationalism (which is simply put nothing more than an extended version of self-respect). It's sad that so many chauvinists in lack of better knowledge claim to be "nationalists" and give nationalism a bad name.

You make a very valid distinction. Love of one's people does not (and really should not) mean the automatic hatred of other peoples.

An infamous nationalist one wrote these words:
"It is not part of our program to transform the nationalist camp itself, but rather to win over those who are anti-national in their outlook."

The Slavic nations should think about that carefully.


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