I don’t know exactly what King meant and haven’t heard any audio of the discussion. But I’ve rarely heard the terms “white nationalist” and “white nationalism” used in my lifetime. In the USA, those terms are almost newly minted and used by the left to hang on white Americans who believe in national sovereignty and who believe immigration laws should be enforced.
It’s just more of the left’s use of words as political weapons, something they do incessantly.
Demand the audio.
He simply said he's white, and he believes in nationalism and Western Civilization, and why is this bad, and the entire media and gutless RINOs had collective heart attacks.
Isn't that what King said or is there some difference between your words and his?
In a 56 minute interview [with the New York Times], we discussed the changing use of language in political discourse. We discussed the worn out label racist and my observation that other slanderous labels have been increasingly assigned to Conservatives by the Left, who injected into our current political dialog such terms as Nazi, Fascist. "White Nationalist, White Supremacist,- Western Civilization, how did THAT language become offensive?"