- If economic globalisation is inevitable, it should primarily serve humanity rather than the interests of trans-national corporations.
. Generally, this is true, but this does not mean that we need to go in on full blown communism. If globalization is inevitable, we need to look at the industry as one big cog in the government machine and make it comply with the government of every country participating.
Thankfully, this can and should be stopped. The industry of a nation should look for resources within its own area, before thinking of branching out.
- I'd always support my country, whether it was right or wrong.
I mostly agree with this. A country needs to be firm in its stances and, even if wrong, show that it will not budge, unless there are reprecussions, which will, objectively, be worse for the country than it bending a knee. A wise ruler, however, will avoid such situations and the ones that do happen, will likely be insignificant. It has been done historically with great success and its a part of what is known today as "Power politics".
- No one chooses his or her country of birth, so it's foolish to be proud of it.
I could not disagree more with it. One should always be proud of his nation and origins. You should represent your ancestors and make them proud by being an outstanding citizen and continuing your genetic legacy. This statement in itself is what most people fail to see as the biggest harm to one's mindset. A faltering national conscience is the door to a dysfunctional society, where subversive elements run wild.
- Our race has many superior qualities, compared with other races.
Being white, it is easily verifiable through multiple ways that this statement holds true. In a societal, civilizational and political view, to name a few, whites have achieved much more than any other race or subgroup.
It is important to know that this is not only due to IQ. Asians, in general, have a higher IQ than whites. So do jews. It comes down to a willingness to strive for success, personal sacrifice and group effort. Asians and Jews often fail on those, some times on all of them together.
- The enemy of my enemy is my friend.
Not necessarily. Often that is the case, but this is not that easy to generalize. You need to take into account various factors as the cost to risk ratio, the political climate, military capabilities and others. In case you want to settle differences with both sides, it is often advisable to play both sides in order to reap the best benefits for your country, as a lot of great leaders have done historically.
- Military action that defies international law is sometimes justified.
This is ultimately true as well. International law and communities often fail to be informed on both sides if a dispute arises. Most of the times, that will be on purpose, for historical and self interest reasons, but sometimes that includes cultural differences and general ignorance. In that case, it will be justified breaking outside of international law in order to safeguard your country's own interests.
- There is now a worrying fusion of information and entertainment.
Correct. Living in the information age, it is hard for the average joe to make out the line between information and entertainment. This can be observed easily by turning on your local news channel. It will often be filled with non-news such as the latest teen trend or celebrity gossip, in order to keep viewers that find actual news "too dry". There needs to be a separation between both in media between both. That will make spotting paid shilling easier than ever.