From my article on Deracination ideology
"Nationalism and Marxism are incompatible." 
"Deracination ideology is a plank of Marxism/communism which seeks to end race and the nation-state. This idea began when Karl Marx published his Communist Manifesto that ended in the words, "All the workers of the world unite". John C. Kiang traces this movement to socialism:
"As far as world unity is concerned, Marx and Engels were the pioneers who expounded that modern industry had furnished a real foundation for a world unity, and declared not only that â€œworking men have no country,..."
but also that
"Communists are further reproached with desiring to abolish countries and nationalities. 
"In this declaration Marx and Engels claimed that the struggle of the workers was international in essence. National differences, they pointed out, were being wiped out by the development of free trade, by the growth of a world market, and by the increasing uniformity of industrial and social conditions. The workers in particular were being denationalized by modern industry, and had no fatherland." 
"Engels argued explicitly that the atomisation and deracination caused by international capitalism was the necessary precursor to worldwide emancipation: "The disintegration of mankind into a mass of isolated, mutually repelling atoms," he wrote, "means the destruction of all corporate, national and indeed of any particular interests and is the last necessary step towards the free and spontaneous association of men." 
Socialism's goal is internationalist.
"Modern Socialism is essentially international"."The State is not 'abolished'. It dies out". 
Socialism/Communism seek the establishment of a One World Government and in order to make this work, the culture must be in place in order for the politics to succeed. Deracination plays an important part in socialist/communist ideology and methodology in order to prepare the people worldwide to adopt a world government