I think the problem with modern politics is the insistence on viewing the world in purely economic terms without regard for the 'human' aspects like culture or aesthetics. I think the fact that the West (excuse my eurocentrism here, but, well, I do supprt ethnocentrism for all peoples) is in decline is almost entirely due to this, the greatest shaper and foundation of any civilization is art and culture. The only monuments the West has produced in the last 150 years are billboards devoted to Coca Cola products. We live in a cultural wasteland; modern art rejected the notion of 'art for art's sake' and insisted that all art must be 'functional' or 'utilitarian' - this turns artists into uncreative craftsmen who can only produce Apple products. I think artists and writers are more important than politicos because art inspires people and civilizations to greatness far more so than political rhetoric.
With that said I am sympathetic to both Nationalist and Greenist politics. Though I wonder whether 'nationalist' is the correct term; to me, the nation and the people that are part of the nation are one and the same. The nation's borders are dynamic in accordance with historical narrative and the march of the people. Heritage (ethnicity), culture, language and common mythos make up the nation and the people; according to this definition, not every nation has a state - and some countries are artificial constructs. I think Belgium should be split up as Flanders and Wallonia, for instance, and that the Basque Country, Catalonia, and other 'nations' should have political independence and autonomy. I also support Regionalism, that regional identity is as important as national identity, so that regions like, for example, Wessex and Mercia, deserve a certain degree of autonomy if not full independence. Considering that the term 'nationalism' is too much linked with the modern conceptions of 'nation-states', I prefer the term Tribalism.
Of course, since I support Nationalism for all nations, I support Israel and Zionism - this apparently upsets some Nationalists, but I just think they are being hypocritical. I won't go into more detail, but this website
explains the manner in which I support Zionism and reject the false 'State of Palestine'.
Nationalism is often linked with imperialism, but I totally object to imperialism in all forms. To me, imperialism and multiculturalism are but two sides of the same coin. I support total self-reliance and independence of all nations, I don't want to create any kind of 'empire', today European nations are experiencing mass immigration from former colonial countries so I consider imperialism as disastrous and harmful (for all concerned) as multiculturalism. Imperialism creates an dependence on foreign influences, it is also a form of egalitarianism - if we are to judge a foreign people by our own standards, they will always fail, but the African definition of civilization is different to the European definition. Why compare them? I don't see the need to compare different races or rule over them like imperialism does, just give each their own space.
For these reasons I am against 'White Nationalism', pan-Europeanism and Eurasianism. Firstly, White Nationalism (WN) considers all whites to be the same. It is completely ignorant to the vast cultural, historical and political differences between European Nations. WN would consider a Pole to be the same as German as a Frenchman; but they are culturally unique, and there is even different racial types within Europe - I believe these different cultural and racial traits and different languages must also be preserved. I object to Polish immigrants in Britain as much as Africans or Asians - And I say that as an Englishman with both Polish and Jewish heritage.
The same with pan-Europeanism, I do not want a single European State, or European Empire: not to mention that Europe is far too large to be ruled as a single entity, but it is just another form of multiculturalism and internationalism. I want no part of it. I also do not consider Russia to be a European country, it is not and has never been part of the Occident. It has a history of imperialism and anti-Western sentiment. As far as I am concerned, it is an Asiatic country with a mixed race population of Slavs, Nordics, Tatars and Mongols. I would split it up into Chechnya, Tatarstan etc.
Pragmatically, I think Eugenics is essential to eleminate elements that are detrimental to the whole health and well being of the nation; sterilize drug addicts and those with hereditary diseases, abort deformed foetesus, execute dangerous and habitual criminals. No welfare, or free healthcare to those that cannot help themselves or stand on their own. People who do not cause serious harm to wider society should be left alone, but if the community deems their behavior parasitic - exile them.
I mentioned Greenism, to me, Nationalism and Greenism are inter-dependent - 'blood and soil' and 'ecofascism'
are concepts I am firmly in agreement with. Honestly, green anarchists are the politicos I respect most. Another problem with modernity is the divorce of man from nature. Mankind must be seen as part of a much larger system, part of the totality of life itself. Man is not 'seperate' from nature, and definitely not more important. The most fundamental task for Man is to reconnect with nature. Everything else is secondary.