I don't know...I think mutant nationalism makes perfect sense considering what happened with Genosha and "no more mutants". If people are always trying to kill you, how long before the nonviolent protest becomes useless? I can also see connections to Uncanny X-Men #200. I think it just makes sense when you compare it to the larger narrative of human history. It's a mirror image of what happened with Jews post holocaust. Building their own nation. Why wouldn't Xavier's views change in light of their history and Moira's revelations to him? But this isn't an X-Men thread, so I digress. But this book has so many people talking it's hard to not chime in.