We can call the latter Sovereignists.
Interesting. Would a sovereignist be willing to reject his humanity and eternal life for the sovereignty of his state? If the answer is affirmative then I don't see much difference between him and a nationalist.
I agree with BB in that there is nothing inherently evil in supranational organisations/governance, or even limiting national sovereignty on certain occasions, if it benefits our people; if it increases the well-being of families, freedom of speech/beliefs and safety, then let's have those supranational structures - why not?
Idolising national sovereignty is like idolising a race, political concept (i.e. communism) or any other golden calf.
Im a proud German and my nation is as important as my family for me
Hm... very well, let's test this.
Imagine another Führer rises to power in your country. He wants to "make Germany great again"; there are fiery speeches, shop windows are being broken, people start marching (same old sh*t). Let's try some control questions
. You have this Sorb friend, Arnošt (let's call him Arni), from your hood; you and Arni went to school together, supported Hertha together, and fell in love with the same girl from senior grade. Since you graduated from school you haven't been meeting Arni as often as in the past, but you still meet every now and then to watch a football game on TV and have a bier or two. Your Führer says that Sorbs are vermin undermining the Great Fourth 1000-year Reich. One day you are given an order to kill your friend.
. Take your unit, go to Arni's house and shoot him and his family, just like your Führer told you to.B
. Warn Arni beforehand, take your unit, go to Arni's house. After arriving you try to look as convincingly surprised that nobody's there as possible.
No bullsh*t, son. Give me straightforward answer. A or B?
Depending on your answer, you might receive further questions.