Yesterday in my post I brought forth the idea that a focus on local communities can help fight globalism. Orania is a positive example from South Africa.
Following the end of apartheid, 40 Afrikaner families bought an abandoned town in 1990 and set out to establish a volkstaat where they could preserve their race and culture in an otherwise hostile and multiracial nation. In 2014 they had grown to 1,085 inhabitants distributed in 386 households, with children making up approximately 1/4 of the population. They have their own schools, media, and monetary system (with controlled currency supply). Farming is an important part of their economy, despite the harsh climate and absence of cheap black labor. This gives them a large degree of self-sufficiency.