"It is impossible for one to be internationalist without being a nationalist. Internationalism is possible only when nationalism becomes a fact, when peoples belonging to different countries have organised themselves and are able to act as one man."
Said by Mahatma Ghandi, anti-imperialist spiritual leader of India. Which is a strikingly similar sentiment to...
"Without nationalism, there can be no internationalism."
Said by Robert Bontine Cunninghame Graham, Britain's first socialist MP, co-founder with Keir Hardie of the original Scottish Labour Party (and thus forefather of the 'international movement' to which our old friend Duncan Hothersall insists he still subscribes), and first President of the SNP. His most famous quote is probably this one -
"The enemies of Scottish Nationalism are not the English, for they were ever a great and generous folk, quick to respond when justice calls. Our real enemies are among us, born without imagination."