I hope to bump into you and your kind in another life Captain.Why attempt to bring nationalism into disrepute while in the middle of an economic crisis at which no blame can be laid at the door of nationalists?
(1) Corporates (The rentier/merchant class) issuing demands to nations based on how 'systemically' important they are.
(2) An attempt by those on the right and the left to portray nations without borders as somehow something to work towards when displacement of populations has been in the past a direct contributor to extremist violence and polarisation in domestic politics.
(3) The complete failure of the left to oppose (in Ireland's case) although Greece remains vibrant with perhaps Alex Tsipras the only one I know of around Europe who appears to have the nous and the will to stand up against Goldman Sachs placement in Europe.
From my point of view I'm more than happy- I know I bore some with references to history but that gives me an awareness that the political pendulum does swing and with the inevitable backlash against EU/German attempts at removal of self-determination, the corporations moving into an almost open dismissal of the democratic national processes in the markets in which they operate and an emerging renaissance in interest in localism I'm sitting happily.
Ireland is not Greece. Spain is not Greece. But when the Greek solution is attempted on both prepare to watch that pendulum take a swing. And I suspect it will provide a serious boost to nationalism.
All to the good.