nationalism really is at the root of zionism, and it goes beyond the simple statement that zionism is a form of nationalism. zionism was, in fact, a reaction to nationalist movements throughout the rest of the world that made Jews into refugees. most Jewish immigration to Palestine can be traced to the rise of an "us vs. them" mentality in their countries of birth, which turned Jews into "them" and forced us to go elsewhere.
as long as you have nation-states, you will have stateless nations. these stateless nations either end up being ruthlessly exploited or forging their own states, which then become the problem of the people living there who are not members of their nation.
Jewish history shows that nations don't need states to survive, but it also shows that the combination of nation and state is inherently oppressive, disenfranchising people, dispossessing them, and displacing them. and it does this whether it's a historically powerful nation, or a historically powerless nation that suddenly becomes a nation-state.
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