I see that some Black people want to start an all-Black community somewhere:

“We are dealing with systemic racism,” Scott wrote in an op-ed for Blavity last month. “We are dealing with deep-rooted issues that will require more than protesting in the streets. It’s now time for us to get our friends and family together and build for ourselves,” Walters, who serves as the president of the organization, said in an interview with Yahoo News. “That’s the only way we’ll be safe. And that’s the only way that this will work. We have to start bringing each other together. We really just want you to come and hang out and feel safe,” Walters said. “You don’t have to worry about the Karens of the world and anything like that. You just come in and have fun. We’ll have a sportsman area, like a Black sportsman area with fishing, hunting, shooting range, ATV trails. We really just want to build a tight-knit community for our people to just come and breathe.”

Scott said in the report that black Americans need to own land and create their own social, political, and economic institutions.
“Amass land, develop affordable housing for yourself, build your own food systems, build manufacturing and supply chains, build your own home school communities, build your own banks and credit unions, build your own cities, build your own police departments, tax yourselves and vote in a mayor and a city council you can trust,” Scott wrote. “Build it from scratch. Then go get all the money the United States of America has available for government entities and get them bonds. This is how we build our new Black Wall Streets. We can do this. We can have Wakanda! We just have to build it for ourselves!”

Let’s hope this is the start of a trend.

I know, this may sound strange coming from a lifelong and bitter opponent of apartheid.  The fundamental difference between apartheid and this idea, however, is that apartheid was forced upon people by government policy.  This, however, is a bunch of people who want to band together — a natural right of free individuals, as enumerated in the First Amendment.

And I want it to work — I really do.

However, not only have I seen this fail elsewhere in the world, but we have ample evidence right here in the U.S. to suggest that even with all these good intentions, it’s likely to fail here too.  But hey:  if it worked for the Mormons in Utah, who’s to say that it wouldn’t work in Georgia — if the right people get to congregate according to this plan.

Good for them, say I.  Just as long as they don’t expect too much help from government — because that, you see, would be un-Constitutional.


  1. In the absence of caucasians there will be no negro’s in the US for it is the caucasians that create the environment for them to exist. The negro’s exterminate themselves, as well as anyone else they encounter. THEY, the negro’s, are their own biggest problem and it has always been this way.

  2. ‘scuse me? Georgia? How bout Texas? Or Seffrica, since it’s already working so well there already?
    Two problems with these ideas (well, two of many) is that the folks who want them don’t want to build their new homeland out of the frontier that Americans did, but they want to cherry-pick the good places, which they’ll then turn into Detroitistan. Of course the other problem is the NIMBY one. Who wants to live in a state which borders Detroitistan?
    So we’ll keep Georgia, TYVM… 🙂

  3. It’s an idea. The main problem I see is that the black people who want to build and farm and run power plants and so forth are already doing those things. Most of the people who would be attracted to this new segregated community are the ones who want all that stuff without having to actually build it themselves.

    Still, best of luck to them. They might manage to attract enough talented people to support the leeches.

    Also, if white people did the same thing, how long would it be before BLM/Antifa was there burning it down for being racist?

  4. I grew up in the Pacific Northwest during the 70s & 80s; the epicenter of the American white nationalist movement at the time and run by vermin who make David Duke look like MLK. I dated a girl whose dad was an adherent & despised my mongrel credentials (I briefly considered telling him how entertaining his daughter was in my bed, but my better angels prevailed).

    Separatism/segregation never leads to anything productive, and all too frequently descends into evil.

  5. gwalchmai’s got a point, although the ladies have purchased the land, not just got some politico to appropriate it for them. Still, if they make a go of it, it would be good to see them adopt a marketing program of community restoration, leasing tracts and ‘hoods in running sores like Detroit or Philly, where in exchange for tax- and regulation-abatement, they would bring in colonists to restore civilization.
    I wish them success.

  6. ^^ “The main problem I see is that the black people who want to build and farm and run power plants and so forth are already doing those things.”
    Exactly, and that leads to the same old dilemma – can and will the 10% who can perform in a positive way for the society carry the 90% who can’t or won’t?
    Too many major American cities have become de facto segregated in their housing neighborhoods, just what these people are proposing. These areas were previously built and inhabited mostly by whites (my ancestors in one large American city) for generations, and did not turn into crime-infested, burned out, rotting, graffiti covered slums until they became majority black. That degradation of conditions has come about since the War on Poverty, since the Civil Rights Act, since affirmative action, and the blacks who are doing well did not stay and correct the downward slide, but fled their nearly 100% black communities and moved out into white neighborhoods.
    Sub Saharan Africa, with all its natural resources, almost all black, is still a basket case of poverty, crime and disease. What will this movement change?
    It sounds like the socialist pipe dream where accusations of “It has never worked” are answered with “The right people were not in charge; we’ll get it right this time.”
    Lotsa luck.

  7. Maybe it will work; maybe it won’t. What they are proposing sound a lot like a commune and those do have a depressingly short life expectancy on average. Nevertheless, they have a right to try. Taking the rhetoric at face value, I doubt they will make it but I wish them well.

  8. There was an article I read some months ago SOTI that pointed out that the de-jure (legal) segregation laws of the early 20th century had an (unintended) benefit of forcing the “talented tenth” of blacks to stay in their communities and neighborhoods and incentivized them to maintain order and a functioning society. Once those laws were changed, the “talented tenth” fled to the suburbs and left the old neighborhoods to those who had neither the means nor the desire to have a functioning civil society.

    Same thing happened on the Indian reservations out West. There’s a reason why most reservations are known most for poverty, alcoholism, unemployment, and domestic violence. Out in Arizona or Utah, for example, you can tell exactly where the Rez starts because the road sides are lined with empty bottles and cans with stray dogs wandering everywhere. There’s nothing that prevents a talented, intelligent, motivated native American from achieving success in the world, but that success is going to be achieved where the jobs are – IOW in the cities. So they leave and take their talent and motivation with them, which leaves the rez to the ones without talent, motivation or a desire to have a functional community.

    I seem to recall reading that on at least one of the big reservations, the leading causes of death for males were: Suicide and single-vehicle alcohol related accidents.

    As a side note, NEVER drive at night in Indian country. 😉

  9. I find this whole thing perplexing. Social Justice holds out that blacks are an oppressed group and mired in a perpetual victim state. As such, Social Justice demands that social institutions be torn down and the power and resources they are imbued with redistributed across society so that the victims of systemic oppression can finally live without that oppression. While that is the goal, SJWs know they can never really deliver on those promises (as every Marxist who will be in power understands) but they will always need that external tormentor to blame. Marxism in any form cannot survive long without an external tormentor to blame for Marxism’s failings (e.g. Orwell’s Emmanuel Goldstein, the Soviet’s “imperial America”, Hitler’s Jewish fixation, etc.). This effort seems to want to remove the external tormentor while holding onto their Social Justice philosophies. When their little experiment fails to fully deliver on their lofty ideals only this time without the white man interfering, who do the leaders here intend to blame for their failures (e.g. when they produce their first George Floyd)?

  10. I seem to recall that one of the demands/desires of the Nation of Islam was to be given one of the Several States that would be a “homeland” for Blacks where they could be free of the poison of “Whitey”.

  11. RE: “…if it worked for the Mormons in Utah, who’s to say that it wouldn’t work in Georgia[USA] KDT

    Black SMART FRACTION is too small. Also, there is NO talented tenth as it is circa 5% with IQs over 105. Mormons have a large smart fraction with about 30% with IQs over 105.

    Dan Kurt

    1. You also have to figure that about half of the “talented tenth” are simply race grifters because it’s easy – so there’s no productivity to be had there.

  12. The only thing I would add to this is that the promise of creating a “utopia” for oppressed minorities is almost always a cover for some group working a scam of some kind, either against the government or against the oppressed peoples themselves.

    When all is said and done, the organizers of this “utopia” abscond into the wind with the money and the “oppressed minorities” are left with nothing.

    Key takeaway is that if someone says they want to create a better world for you and yours, keep a firm hand on your wallet.

  13. Let them build anything they want. Using there own money on there own land they buy from someone else. If they need help it will never happen. Do, or do not, there is no Try.

    1. “There” – a place. “Over there.”

      “Their” – possessive. “Using their own money.”

      “They’re” – a contraction for “They are”. “They’re using their own money, on their own land, over there in their own country.”

      Yeah, I know. I’m an asshole, but it’s a pet peeve of mine.


    1. “The problem of education, then, among Negroes must first of all deal with the Talented Tenth; it is the problem of developing the Best of this race that they may guide the Mass away from the contamination and death of the Worst.”
      There’s the rub – what does society do with “the worst”, when it is a large percentage of the group in question? For the past 50 years right up until now they’ve been tearing up every Dem run city in the country.

  14. I can’t believe everyone missed the money shot in this article:
    “Then go get all the money the United States of America has available for government entities and get them bonds. ”
    Yep. Just going to be another gubmint giveaway. Tell you what. If you think this scheme can work, please list all the black-built (not OWNED or MANAGED but BUILT) manufacturers, power plants, etc. Yes, I know, there are some black-owned companies that survive and even thrive on government set-asides. But, how many have been originated by a black person and function without government (white) help? Gonna be a short list.

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