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What is internationalism? What is it, fundamentally?
Internationalism is an economic system in which the control of the money supply is in the hands of an international network of privately-owned central banks.
Nationalism is an economic system in which the control of the money supply is in the hands of the national public treasury.
Socialism is state-regulated market capitalism (because capital is what defines a market economy) so as to minimize economic inequality.
We both, therefore, know what national socialism is, generally speaking.
Internationalist Socialism is a paradox. Paradoxes do not exist. All psyops contain a paradox.
Socialism requires a public treasury, because socialist doctrine states that the economy serves the public interest, specifically the proles. Public treasuries are the sole province of individual nation states running nationalist economies.
Now you have something to work with, yes?
I suppose you could say i'm a structuralist. A nuts and bolts guy. A fundamentalist, because if we can't get the fundamentals down we can't excel.