Cultural Nationalism

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"The values of Western civilization are not just different, they're better. OK? I know a whole generation has been raised on the notion of multiculturalism, that all civilizations are just different. No! Not always, some times things are better! Rule of law is better than autocracy and theocracy. Equality of the sexes, better. Protection of minorities, better. Free speech, better. Free elections, better."

"Having people live among us who reject basic Western values such as freedom, equality, tolerance and openness doesn’t make us strong. People who refuse to integrate into our society and want to live apart in their ghetto don’t make our society strong."[7]

Cultural Nationalism is an ideology which views the nation as being a shared culture. It is portrayed as nationalistic and culturally right-wing. CultNat represents an intermediate position between civic nationalism and ethnic/racial nationalism, and is most often manifested in moderate forms such as Flemish nationalism and Hindu nationalism, though these two can easily become ethnic nationalists. It is strongly opposed to multiculturalism, and usually only pro-immigration if the immigrants assimilate into their culture.


Cultural Patriotism

Cultural Patriotism is the belief in the beauty and veneration of your culture on a personal level, but it has no bearing on the political level, unless in very very severe cases of globalism. For example a Scottish person by enjoy the highland games but contrary to nationalists they would take no issue with say, an Arab, competing in the games as well.

Cultural Chauvinism

Cultural Chauvinists believe in the enforcement and expansion of their culture to the direct misfortune of others. They support genocide, slavery and apartheid to rid their nation of any who are not of their culture. Cultural Chauvinism is very close to Nazism but differs in that they bear no mind to heritage, simple the values and traditions of people today.

Linguistic Nationalism

Linguistic Nationalism is the belief that the foundation of the nation is based on language rather than race, ethnicity, religion, culture or citizenship.

Some Linguistic Nationalists do believe that culture and language are connected, so they attempt to assimilate people into their culture by making them learn the official language(s) of that one specific nation people want to be part of.

Linguistic Preservationism

Linguistic Preservationism is the belief that all languages, including endangered languages, should be preserved.


Assimilationism occurs when one group of people take on the customs, beliefs and culture of another group. This is usually done by a minority group to fit in with the majority and can either be enforced through government policy or happen naturally. Assimilationism is often favoured by National Conservative groups as they believe that immigrants should adopt the customs and culture of their new country.


Personality and Behaviour

How to Draw

Flag of Cultural Nationalism

The design of Cultural Nationalism is, like many other ideologies on this Wiki, simply a recolor of Nationalism.

  1. Draw a ball,
  2. Fill in with grey,
  3. Draw a flag in orange,
  4. Draw in the eyes, and you're done!
Color Name HEX RGB
Grey #585858 88, 88, 88
Orange #FF6600 255, 102, 0




  • Civic Nationalism - Me, but more open to uncultured immigrants.
  • Religious Nationalism - Some of you aren't that bad, but your fundamentalist variants are very cringe. Just because I want to preserve my religion doesn't mean that I have the right to persecute innocent people simply because they don't share my religious beliefs.
  • Linguistic Nationalism - Just like Religious Nationalism, some of you aren't so bad, but your extreme variants are very cringe. Just because I want to preserve my language doesn't mean that I have the right to persecute innocent people just because they don't speak my language.
  • Ultranationalism - Usually has good ideas, but is also pretty damn crazy.
  • Reactionaryism - Also committed to protecting culture, but you still take it too far, and I don't like how some of your variants oppose nationalism as a product of the enlightment. Spengler was based though.


  • Multiculturalism - A nation can't properly be a nation without the culture that represents it. And some cultures are just better than others.
  • Racial Nationalism & Ethnonationalism - See, just because I wanna protect my culture doesn't mean I believe in this "pureblood" bullshit.
  • Nazism - The utterly deranged fanboy of the guys above who ruined the name of nationalism forever.
  • Anationalism - Language is a part of my culture!
  • Globalism - Gross!
  • Progressivism - You want to destroy my culture!

Further Information







  1. Similar to the futurists, Pearse was more opposed to feminity than to feminism and women.
  1. 1.0 1.1 Some cultural nationalists (for example, Kemalists) support culturally progressive polices.
  2. EUPF leaders were former members of the Worker's Party
  4. In 1906, Patrick Pearse, writing in the newspaper An Claidheamh Soluis, envisioned the Ireland of 2006 as an independent Irish-speaking kingdom with an "Ard Rí" or "High King" as head of state.
  7. Maxime Bernier on Twitter