The most salient point for me in Taylor's piece is the fact that the sociopolitical stance that "White Nationalists" take today is virtually identical to what most Americans took for granted a few short generations ago, and is analogous to the way most of the people on Earth outside of the West think right now. That is beyond dispute.
So, ironically enough, the very nations who are being scolded for being xenophobic — European and European-derived contries — are the least xenophobic places in the world. Indeed, to their detriment, they're what you might call pathologically xenophilic.
So, "White Nationalists" and their nonWhite counterparts elsewhere in the world are the ones with the sane, balanced attitude, and the political stance they take is wise, fair, and, sustainable. And that last is important, because however nice and groovy your political philosophy might be, it's pretty worthless if it's not sustainable, i. e., self-destructive or suicidal. I believe I can endorse everything Taylor says here. It's from Takimag [link]:
Quibcag: Illustrated by the American girl of Hetalia: Axis Powers (Axis Powers ヘタリア).