I couldn't tell you the % breakdown of these 2 concepts though. But many people have always said that's part of what made America a great place-including myself way before Trump was ever on the circuit. Someone posted in another thread how he never apologies and is passive aggressive. Sh heads home to find an upset Ally who has broken up with Lucas. She admits she hates chocolate.
The end was definitely a bit forced, especially with the 3 former SoS, but it's message about nationalism was on point. Liz and Jay try to talk to one of their representatives about how ridiculous this is. Whether these are good things or bad things seem entirely situational regarding the subject matter. Liz chats with Demko and tells him he is going to publicly arrest the men who did this and also suggests he resign or she will go public with what she knows. Liz and Kat think he is trying to shake them down for more aid. Her statement could have been more accurate, sure, but a speech such as this is designed to inspire.
Again, here is what she said: Nationalism, the belief system held by those who attacked us, promotes the idea that inclusion and diversity represent weakness, that the only way to succeed is to give blind allegiance to the supremacy of one race over all others. For example in the earliest archive of that page at this writeup is absent. He explodes and hangs up. Liz gives a speech in front of the team. In these dark days post Kavanaugh, with every institution I trusted tainted, on the eve of a midterm where the apathy of many not voting will really hurt America further, I appreciate a call to our highest selves.
Elizabeth McCord's speech was designed to inspire irrational hatred against nationalism by misrepresenting it as inherently racist. You can have a dark-skinned Canadian with ultranationalist views not linked to race, or a light-skinned Pakistani with ultranationalist views not linked to race. They put together a mission and send a team in to get Lena out of there. Morejon calls Liz and tells her he will support her publicly with the sanctions. Some people are like that, but some people want a cat with dogs. Even today those who want to protect our borders only focus on Hispanics and Muslims.
No, they have a cat, and want no dogs or birds or other animals. Morejon is reluctant to agree he is a threat but Henry pushes on. The speech was really good. Lena is alright, she has survived. The whole show is premised on the idea of working together to achieve international goals. Later, Liz and Henry talk. Firstly anyone who has a cursory knowledge of the history of nuclear armament in the Indian subcontinent would know that India launched its nuclear program out of concern for China; so there is no way they'd willingly disarm just for Pakistan to do the same.
I suppose you could listen to it, if you think tone of voice is important. . Liz gets word that more countries are pulling out of the Climate Change Symposium. Stevie meets Ally who has new shoes for her after she broke a heel. I also don't see how it is beneficial to paint nationalism into a better light as nationalism itself is a flawed and dangerous thought process. What nationalism means is specific to the principles of whatever nation you are nationalist for.
I like June handing her a dose of reality. The superiority part is specifically in the first definition and the difference between the two is that patriotism does not require a feeling of superiority. Do you have anything specific to say about the content of my objection, such as Elizabeth's inaccurate definition of nationalism? They sit for a celebratory drink. Henry meets with Morejon to talk about the kids. It just made the whole conversation feel off. She tells him she needs her speech to be read but not by him. Hillary weirdly had a slightly exuberant tone while offering advice.
The Civil Rights issues that peaked in the 1960s? Nationalism can exist outside of racism, That is my entire point. The patriots who founded the United States, for example, were nationalists, and I do not think there is grounds to say that racism was the primary motivating factor for their splitting from the British monarchy. Which is funny because I love the actor. Daisy thinks its a tad dreary but Liz thinks they need to fo there. The symposium is days away and they need to smooth this all over. Henry warns this senator is bad.
Ally thinks she will call him. Stevie is in awe and tells Ally after he walks away from that she needs to tell mom. It receives a strong positive response. I think the words themselves are most important. The Civil War on the other hand did have nationalists roots. You can get main points across without being irrationally absolutest.