Ok, so on this forum, we cannot discuss the concept of closed borders, then? Why would advocating for a homeland for a given ethnic group, say, Kurds and Zazaks have to mean advocating ethnic cleansing or racism? Someone might be advocating for the right of Kurds to break off from Iran, Turkey, Iraq, and Syria to form their own state that is the political manifestation of the will of the Kurdish people. Same thing for Ossetia, Chechnya, Abkhazia, or even... dare I say, the Hazars and the Rohingyas, both of whom I think a rather cogent case can be made for the need for a homeland for them. If I’m not mistaken, in order for something to be “racist”, it has to specifically argue for racial superiority, and as far as I’m aware, that’s not a part of any nationalist platform. Nationalists advocate for the right of all peoples to pursue their own self determination in their own countries, should they so choose.