Sorry, for incorrectly reading your comment. I just got absentmindedly carried away by the prevalent wont of talking on behalf of 'nation'. I re-read it and am in total agreement with you. True, this is not the new crisis. The crisis of capitalism and absence of alternative progressive forces, i.e. class conscious organized working class, creates the objective situation of the emergence of regressive, chauvinistic regimes. But they have to and will go but the main question remains of radicalization of social consciousness and the biggest hurdle is false consciousness of the better-paid working class, harboring the illusion of being part of the ruling class.