Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Ethnostates within the Constitutional system

The separation of powers and states enshrined in the US Constitution could be the best way to develop ethnostates legally without radical, illegal, or violent methods. It would first require reaffirming and even expanding the power of the states and the principle of states rights and federalism; the Constitution now says that the federal government possesses only those powers delegated to it by the United States Constitution, all remaining powers are reserved for the states or the people. But ethnostatism might require an amendment or two to the Constitution. If the states then want to formulate an ethnostate they should be able to do so, and if they don't they don't.

States that want to remain multicultural and multi-racial can do so, but my guess is that people in multicultural and multi-racial states would soon move to states of their own ethnic group. This is where the political battle could legally take place. It will be very difficult, but no more difficult than secessions, or the slow death of distinct races, and it has the benefit of conserving the Constitution and working within the system---unlawful actions usually kill movements.

If we can't develop ethnostates consciously and purposely they will develop unconsciously and less purposely because they are the most natural political configuration for kin-centered and ethnic-centered human nature. Knowledge of ethnostates and the biological origin of social behavior needs to be presented to the people, but this knowledge is slowly, naturally, coming forward in any case, in spite of the corrupt Media and our schools.

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