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Lukas8
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11/28/2014 3:23:00 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
Why is it so important to have nationalities, why do we still have nationalities. Why do people still fight for their nation. We're all humans (Homo Sapiens), we maybe do have different cultures. But since the globalisation. Why do we have to be recognised by a nationality and could a person deny his nationality? Wouldn't it be better if we would be recognised as a citizen of a country as a territory?
Juris_Naturalis
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11/28/2014 4:20:53 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
Nations allow for individuality and furthering of what they believe to be good. If there were no nations, then the culture and beliefs of the majority are furthered and the minorities die off. All forms of religion, culture and politics can exist when using nations.
debate_power
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11/28/2014 6:13:18 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 11/28/2014 3:23:00 PM, Lukas8 wrote:
Why is it so important to have nationalities, why do we still have nationalities. Why do people still fight for their nation. We're all humans (Homo Sapiens), we maybe do have different cultures. But since the globalisation. Why do we have to be recognised by a nationality and could a person deny his nationality? Wouldn't it be better if we would be recognised as a citizen of a country as a territory?

There is no reason for nationalism, or nations for that matter. Globalization is already wearing away at their sovereignity. Nationalism is really just an outdated concept that only serves to divide a species of animal.
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