That’s what I meant when I said “but even then there’s still some problems with it” but I understand your point. But I also think it’s a good argument in that it means that Asian people will never respect you or your beliefs no matter what. All races are in favor of their own. You could argue and say that white people did bad things to other races throughout history, but that’s just a byproduct of the thing that I just mentioned. The Jews are trying to strain that and make mongrels out of every people on Earth through miscegenation - the death of all cultures. Also, there is no “good” or “evil”. You can’t convince me that what was once good in one culture in the 1800s that would be seen as bad today could be considered “evil”. Maybe there are some people out there who are legitimately evil (like Jim Jones or Ronald Simmons, etc.), but that doesn’t dictate the world. There’s just “what works for one culture in one time period or place and what works for another” and that’s it. Or at least in this context.I think it's a fairly dumb argument against white nationalism or the praise of ethnostates in general. A white nationalist (or any kind of racial nationalist) would be completely okay with being excluded from some other ethnicity's state because that's how they want it, and they are prone to say things like England for the English and Japan for the Japanese, etc.
Nobody gives the Icelandics shit for being an "ethnostate" even though they are. It's not even that they're racist, as such, they don't want anyone at all who isn't Icelandic, white or not. They have a tiny smattering of Poles and some others, and are otherwise 90%+ Icelandic.
And this is also the reason why I don’t denounce supremacy, like Varg. It’s because of the fact that every race has a survival strategy, you can even find examples in nature. And you could just say that this is an “appeal to nature fallacy”, but National Socialism comes from the Laws of Nature, as does all of humankind and every life form on this Earth; we are all bound by the Golden Rule and the Iron Law.