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The inclusion of Unionism here will likely create controversy. I'm not trying to make a statement one way or the other because, God knows, the whole thing is a sensitive subject in certain parts of the world. The Unionists are nationalists, of a kind, and the Orangemen are a subcat on nationalism. Since they are a type of nationalist, and because the unionist of Wales, Scotland, as many in Northern Ireland, are of Celtic ethnicity, I have decided to include them here for completeness sake.
Now, for instance, I wouldn't put the SA National Party in African nationalism, because, even though the two exist in the same continent, and are "nationalist" they represented different ethnicities altogether. Most nationalism is directed toward a certain ethnic lineage, than simply geographic areas. --Dudeman5685 22:31, 8 October 2006 (UTC)