This is good, I'm open to segregation but before we do we all need to discuss the jew. Also if the blacks get a territory then the sand blacks will get a territory and then the jews will get like 5.
What's proposed is a discussion between two groups who both favor racial segregation . Richard Spencer replied with this: "We in the Alt-Right are open for a real dialogue." That's an intelligent and realistic response from Spencer. In a perfect world (which this isn't), White separatists and Black separatists would be allies.
There's no harm and much to gain by starting a dialogue with an opposing group that shares the same goals.
A better idea is to just make America a Christian only nation.
It'll end up being like 9-1 white just like it used to and filled with only tolerable people who want to live free. , because I did research and found out that Maine has the largest population of non Hispanic Whites in the country at about 94-95%.
So I figure that's where I need to be, and that would be a good place to raise a family, if and when I can ever get around to getting married and having kids.
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