A Partition of the United States, Revisited

I’ve been thinking about this a lot recently. There are already moves underway to create the “African American Homeland” in much of the former Confederacy. This is being done by democratic means. And the courts. What would be dismissed as frivolous by a serious judge will be accepted by black-run courts.

Think I’m kidding? See http://africanamericanhomeland.com


Yes, it’s barely been a month since I last wrote on this topic, and no, there haven’t been any major real-world events that would indicate a clear need for revision. However, my political beliefs and ideological concerns are always being tweaked and adjusted at this stage in the game. The world as it is, the world as I perceive it, and that world as I want it to be are always in some state of flux. Ideas about the future of the United States are no different, and let’s face it, the electronic right loves thinking about the happening. Ultimately this is all a thought exercise, but as a student of history, the collapse of empires into new countries has always been of particular interest to me, and the United States is no exception.

When I last tackled the issue of nation-states being created from the United…

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