"How dare they come to a brown country and ban the people of that country."
Archive | Racial Separation
The New York Times calls it "Blaxit."
The military, medical school, and college in general . . .
When Texas was invaded in 1836.
Fact check: true.
Over 72 percent of young people believe more divides Americans than unites them.
Nearly a third of Republicans are open to secession.
A simple solution everyone should love.
We would punctuate with an exclamation mark.
But they find that “Anti-Blackness is a global thing, it’s not just in the United States."
"Between 20 and 30 percent of Democratic and Republican partisans are willing to express some agreement with [secessionism]."
Akon Says if ‘Every Single African American’ Moves to Senegal and Invests in His Smart City, They Will Be Millionaires
Rapper claims America would "collapse overnight" without blacks.
Is racial separation the solution in Australia?
Next target: the Oregon legislature.
Interview with the head of the Orania Movement.
A historic attempt to match borders to political sentiment.
All it takes is enough people who care.
Separation is the solution.
Nearly 2 in 3 Americans now say there's more that divides us than unites us.
"I was concerned that there was a lot of anti-whiteness. I used some hyperbole, but my purpose was to teach them."
A plurality of Republicans support separation.
"We’re a target for criminals in the city, and Atlanta has not been able to protect us."
Mexico is the new Liberia.
Idaho legislators can now begin talks with Oregon.
Pacific Islanders don't want to be lumped in with Asians.
Separation is the only solution.
The only real solution.
Black nationalists insist America's laws don't apply to them.
Perhaps a better term than "separation."
Liberals unwittingly make the case for separation.
"Americans will always find ways to vote with their feet against imposed integration."
Eighty percent of Americans believe the U.S. is more divided now than it was during their parents' generation.
A fair report on the Afrikaner enclave.
White privilege in action.
More than 40 percent acknowledge the Great Replacement is happening.
Residents in the majority-white area feel like they live "in a war zone."
"America is in an identity crisis with no shared values."
The state party's new platform calls for full repeal of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
A modest proposal.
Washington Post columnist suggests blacks should move back to Africa.
There have been setbacks, but Greater Idaho keeps moving forward.
"Long term, the only viable solution is total separation."
"Parallels exist between the racialist logic of the prison yard and the racialist pedagogy of many public schools."
Critics say it's racist for white suburbanites to form their own cities.
Jared Taylor speeches, interviews, and debates from the archives.
How to use the multicultural zeitgeist against itself.
"Whites are increasingly forbidden to talk about their rights, their culture, their history."
Plans for the decades — and centuries — to come.
Reasons for optimism.
Her detractors say she's promoting another Civil War
Slow but steady wins the race.
A modest proposal.
The spirit of rebellion spreads.
Progress for political separation.
A promising move toward separation.
Separation is in the air.
So are 41 percent of Biden voters.
Fifty-four percent of Buckhead residents want to secede from the Black Mecca.
“The program will explore and celebrate the diversity of Black and African American people and culture."
"We're coming to understand that America was really never meant for us to be there."
One roadmap to a better future.
We have no idea why.
Nearly half of Democrats in the Pacific states also support secession.
Happy Fourth of July.
Over 80 percent of large metro areas were more segregated in 2019 than they were in 1990.
"I used to think blacks’ problems could be fixed with education or social programs"
A report on the 1996 American Renaissance conference.
A modest proposal to spare the fearful.
Rural Oregonians want to separate.
Blacks, Hispanics, and Asians each get their own graduations.
It failed despite massive government funding.
“Black separatism was born out of valid anger against very real historical and systemic oppression."