About Us

Nation Overload is a conservative, independent, news media platform, created to battle the corrupt, incompetent, corrupt, globalist-minded elite mainstream media. In this divisive age of globalism vs nationalism, mass migration, climate change fanatics, the misuse of big tech corp’s social media/search engine algorithms, the existential threat to lose our freedoms, our nation-state and our way of life, has never been greater. The team at Nation Overload invoke their freedom of journalism regulated by law as the foundation for a pluralistic society and clean democratic processes to take a stand to the corrupt fake news mainstream media machine and tell the real news. The team at Nation Overload does extensive research, we get to the source, read between the lines and follow the money to expose the globalist minded elite’s schemes and their hidden intentions.

What do we think of Nationalism?

Of all the political ideologies of the 19th century, Nationalism seems to have fallen out of favor, in our universities, in politics, and in the mainstream media, nationalism is generally seen as a very dangerous phenomenon. What is often overlooked is that nationalism in the nineteenth century mainly provided a basis for emancipation and revolution. In fact, it has been a progressive and democratic force in the history of the last two centuries. Nationalism makes a country strong. Only powerful countries can show solidarity with other countries. For example, countries where there is distress and civil war, or where human rights are grossly violated. President Donald J. Trump embraced the term himself in 2019.

“You know what I am? I’m a Nationalist.”

President Donald J. Trump

Where does Globalism come from?

We think that Cultural Marxism played a big role in the rise of Globalism, which started in the 1920s and became dominant in the 60s. Intellectuals, politicians, academics, artists, journalists and, the entire elite of our society, have been bewitched by the ideas of Marxism. The global elite came to believe that what stands in the way of their utopia — whether a communist utopia or a liberal utopia — is bourgeois society, bourgeois traditions, the bourgeois way of life of ordinary people. In the Communist Manifesto, Marx and Engels considered those to be part of a bourgeois reality that hindered the formation of “true” loyalties between the laborers all around the world. Globalism is often described as a form of communism, but then on a global scale.

Nationalism vs Globalism

Since the French Revolution, the nation-state and popular sovereignty have been at the center of efforts to break the power of the aristocracy, or of foreign oppressors. It is therefore ironic that the left, in particular, has completely turned its back on nationalism. The globalist elite does not like nationalism, it is usually seen as a dark force in the face of the cosmopolitanism of today’s “developed” man. The national feeling is mainly under threat by the mass immigration of people who have no feeling whatsoever with our culture and our history. Those who are proud of their country, of their history, of their culture and of their unique values are more concerned and will take responsibility. An ugly and polluting country is one where there is a lack of national pride.

What is Conservatism to Nation Overload?

To us, Conservatism is the philosophy that starts from the understanding that humans are paradoxical beings. We want to be individuals, but we also want to be members of a group. We want to be free and, while at the same time, we also want to be embedded. In a proper society, there’s an equilibrium there, a balance that has culminated in what we might call “the individual properly understood.”

The Nation Overload Team

Dan Anders

Dan Anders

Editor-in-Chief
Olivia Baxter

Olivia Baxter

Executive Editor
Kate Banner

Kate Banner

Contributing Editor
Kim Green

Kim Green

Contributing Editor
Jessica Knowles

Jessica Knowles

Social Media Manager
Ryan Burns

Ryan Burns

Social Media Manager

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