National populism offers relatively simple and mobilizing solutions without making any demands of its supporters, particularly in the time of complicated societal processes; however, national populism has its value profile as well as the actual price that must eventually be paid by its upholders, victims of their manipulation and the entire society, including Christians who fail to reject this pragmatic attitude that flies in the face of Christian values while it is still in its embryonic stage. At later stages, it evolves into a destructive social force that is difficult to manage and is even likely to receive support from a democratic system. It is enough if decent people don´t do anything when they see the seeds of evil and injustice around them.