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que upyd sea nacionalista española es, simplemente, mentira. upyd cree que el sistema del estado-nación está anticuado. por lo tanto, no es nacionalista de nadie "ni de los grandes (estados nacionales europeos) ni de los pequeños (regiones españolas)". Palabras literales y usadas en más de una ocasión. Por más que se empeñen ciertas personas, no todo es nacionalismo. No tienes que ser nacionalistas de unos o de otros, se puede no ser nacionalista. Y ésto es lo que se ha dicho por activa y pos pasiva desde este partido. Por lo tanto, decir nacionalista español para definirlo es, simplemente, falso. -- (talk) 17:51, 18 November 2013 (UTC)

por más que quieras vender que 2+2 son 5, seguirán siendo 4. --BernardaAlba (talk) 21:04, 18 November 2013 (UTC)
This is the English version of Wikipedia so it's not really appropriate for you to make your arguments in Spanish.
I will respond again: because the party itself doesn't describe itself as nationalist, doesn't mean that it isn't. Based on policy, external analysis and now Rosa Diez's most recent articles, it is clear that UPyD doesn't embrace or propose an anti-nationalist or a post-national agenda in any way. It is clear, in point of fact, according to Rosa Díez, that UPyD is "unequivocally national". What could this possibly mean if it isn't that the party is dedicated to the protection and promotion of the Spanish nation? I've provided links to back up this argument. In response, you revert my edits without any attempt to explain or cite sources, and no attempt to build consensus. Simply commenting on my talk page that UPyD isn't a nationalist party isn't the same as trying to engage in debate or build consensus. I will add this comment to your Talk pages as well. Tomclarke (talk) 12:32, 19 November 2013 (UTC)
Leeté de qué va el republicanismo, o mejor, leeté a Habbermas. Nada más que decir. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 15:59, 20 November 2013 (UTC)

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