The talking heads are trying to denounce this movement by calling it "populism," which has of late become a bad word. They're associating it with working-class Whites, of course. When such people vote in their own interest, "populist" is just the beginning. Quickly they're referred to as bigots, Nazis, etc. When nonWhites vote in their own interest it's natural and praiseworthy, of course.
Another term is of course "nationalism," which is also used pejoratively by the deep thinkers on the tube. When Third World nations adopt nationalist ideology, they are of course simply engaging in self-determination or anti-colonialism or some other groovy pursuit.
So, again, whether Trump is elected today or not, he's helped coalesce a tremendous number of frustrated Americans and lead them towards a populist/nationalist ideology, which we need badly if we intend to survive as a nation. And we're not alone. Populist/nationalist movements have been developing in other White nations, particularly in Europe, the people of which are aghast at the invasion of Third World "refugees" of late.
D. J. Webb points out that, despite leftist notions to the contrary, nationalist nations can and should operate in concert for their mutual benefit. This is from The Libertarian Alliance, [link] over in Old Blighty:
The coming change?
still used by some [link]. I propose using it to symbolize the mutual alliance of European and European-derived nations (USA, Australia, Argentina, etc.) to maintain their European nature and to cooperate against aggression from elsewhere. I like this flag because of its elegant simplicity and easily-understood symbolism — "E" is for European, of course. But it needn't be in the colors green and white. In fact, since it's used this way with a different ideology, it shouldn't be. It could be blue and white —#1:
Because most flags of Euro (that stands in for Europe and White countries that were colonies of Europe) have either blue or white in their flags. Another possibility is blue and red—#2:
Neither of which seems unaesthetic to me. But if you want red, white and blue, which covers practically all such countries' flags, combine red and blue to get purple — #4:
And I find that kind of appealing. My choices are number one and number four. Anybody have any other ideas?
The other quibcags have been used before in earlier posts.