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Predominant Black Population (80%) and Political Control of a Contiguous Region of States.

North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas and Tennessee.

Black Regionalism, Delkism

Delkanization of the United States of America into Racial Regions of States



The US Census Bureau  published a report on the projected demographics of the USA in 2050. The United States will have 400 million people and Whites will make up 42% of the national population, Hispanics 28%, Blacks 18%, Asians 9% and Native Americans 1%.

With Whites becoming a majority-minority Scholars, Futurist, White Nationalist, Alt-Right and many others believe the United States of America will Balkanized into several Independent Countries. I didn’t vision this happening.

According to the 10th Amendment to the US Constitution the 50 States have Reserved and Shared Powers with the Federal Government. The 50 States are an Independent and Sovereign Government entities with their own State Constitutions, therefore total Independents from the USA is not necessary. Furthermore Amending the US Constitution is extremely difficult, requiring 3/4 Votes of the States to ratify the Amendment and War is too costly, causing a devaluation of the Dollar, causing the Stock Exchange to plummet, destruction of Critical Infrastructures and structural systems that took over 400 years to build.

My vision for the United States of America in 2050, is Regionalism or Delkism. Mexican Americans and other Hispanics to concentrate into the Southwest Region, Black Americans to concentrate into the Southeast Region of States, Whites to concentrate into the Northern Regions of the USA and several Multi-Racial States. Representatives of those Racial Regions would overwhelmingly vote to stay in the Union.

Barack Obama’s Real Legacy, Saving White Supremacy

Barack Obama Bailout White Supremacy

Barack Obama’s 2009 decision to not only bailout the Financial Industry, Auto industry, the USA economy and the Midwestern economy but, perhaps bailout White Supremacy. True, (Tarp) Troubled Asset Relief Program was enacted by the Bush Administration however, it was the Obama Administration that got the program moving. For example, the Democratic Party had control of both houses of Congress, including the Executive branch therefore could have easily made major changes or totally abandon the Tarp program. Nevertheless, the 900 billion Economic Stimulus became Law and Barack Obama single-handedly saved White Supremacy.

By Frederick Delk, Founder of the African American Homeland Authority

Black Regionalism (Delkism) vs Black Nationalism (African American Homeland States)

Black Nationalism;

There are different nationalist philosophies but the principles of all Black nationalist ideologies are unity and self-determination, that is, separation from European society and formation of an Independent Nation within the United States of America or in the confines of the African Continent.

Black Regionalism;

According to Frederick Delk, Black Regionalism or Delkism is simply Predominate Population (80%) of a Region of States. Thus under a Democratic Society and in a System of Federalism, Predominant Population could lead to Political Control and the long term goal Economic Control of a Region of States.

Advocates of Black Regionalism or Delkism usually claim that Aggregating the African American Population into a Region of States will result in a superior voting bloc thus:

1. Black Americans can exercising US Constitutional Powers, such as Making and Enforcing Laws, Collecting Taxes, Borrowing money, Issuing Bonds, Eminent Domain Powers, Charter Banks and Corporations, Establishing Courts and others.

2. Control of Institutions that are in the possession of the States, such as State and Local Courts, State and Local Police Departments, State Public Schools, State Universities and Colleges, State and Local Prison, State Regulatory Boards and Commissions and many others.

3. Political and Economic Structural System.

4. Territory and Land

This will benefit the African American populations by granting more Political. Economic Stake and Responsiblity, regional development, allocation of resources, implementation of local policies and plans, espousing competitiveness among regions and, ultimately, the whole country.

The Largest Ancestry Groups In The United States

By Liz O’Conner, Gus Lubin and Dina Spector

Business Insider August 13, 2013

49,206,934 Germans 

The largest wave of Germans came to America during the middle of the 19th century, facing civil unrest and high unemployment at home. Today, the majority of German-Americans can be found in the non-coastal states, with the largest number in Maricopa County, Arizona. Famous Americans of German descent include Sandra Bullock, John Steinbeck, Ben Affleck, Jessica Biel, Tom Cruise, Uma Thurman, David Letterman, Walt Disney, Henry J. Heinz, and Oscar Mayer.

41,284,752 Black or African Americans

2015 (45,000.000 Black or African Americans)

Black or African American are terms used for citizens or residents of the U.S. with part or total ancestry from a native population of Sub-Saharan Africa.  Most African Americans are the descendants of slaves or Africans from West and Central Africa. The group gained the right to vote with the 15th amendment in 1870 — and through decades of subsequent legal battles. Prominent contemporary African Americans include Barack Obama,Condoleezza Rice, Oprah Winfrey, Michael Jordan, Denzel Washington, Beyoncé Knowles, and Cornell West.

35,523,082 Irish

The great famine of the 1840s sparked a mass exodus from Ireland. Between 1820 and the 1920s, an estimated 4.5 million Irish moved to the United States, many of whom settled in large cities like New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, and San Francisco. At least 22 U.S. presidents have been of Irish descent. Notable Americans of Irish descent include John F. Kennedy, Neil Armstrong, Henry Ford, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Conan O’Brien, Derek Jeter, Elvis Presley, and Bruce Springsteen.

31,789,483 Mexican

Between 1990 and 2000 the number of people who reported Mexican ancestry nearly doubled in size. Mexican is the most commonly reported ancestry along the Southwestern border of the United States and leading ancestry in Los Angeles, Houston, Phoenix, San Diego, Dallas, and San Antonio, according to the 2000 U.S. Census. Notable Americans with Mexican ancestry include Tony Romo, Eva Longoria, Salma Hayek, Mario Lopez, Jessica Alba, Joan Baez, Carlos Santana, and Louis C.K.

26,923,091 English

English Americans are found in large numbers in the Northwest and West, according to the 2000 U.S. Census. The number of people who reported English ancestry decreased by at least 20 million since the 1980 U.S. Census, partly because more citizens of English descent have started to list themselves as “American.” Notable Americans with English ancestry include Justin Timberlake, Clint Eastwood, Orson Welles, Seth MacFarlane, George Clooney, Cher, Liza Minnelli, Ernest Hemingway, and Bill Gates.

19,911,467 Americans

A large number of people claim American ancestry, either as a political statement or because their pre-American ancestry is mixed or uncertain. This is particularly common in the South.

17,558,598 Italian

Between 1880 and 1920, more than 4 million Italian immigrants arrived in the United States. Immigrants formed “Little Italies” in many large Northeastern cities as well as remote areas in California and Louisiana. As these communities grew and prospered, Italian food, entertainment, and music greatly influenced American life and culture.  Another large wave of immigrants arrived after World War II. Today, the largest concentration of Italian-Americans can be found in Suffolk County, New York. Famous Americans of Italian descent include Maria Bartiromo, Robert De Niro, Francis Ford Coppola, Quentin Tarantino, and Madonna.

9,739,653 Polish

Polish Americans are the largest of the Slavic groups in the United States and represent some of the earliest colonists in the New World. Immigration reached new heights between the mid-19th century and World War I, when an estimated 2.5 million Poles entered the United States. These new arrivals flocked to industrial cities like New York, Buffalo, Detroit, Cleveland, Milwaukee, and Chicago in search of a better economic life. Notable Americans of Polish ancestry include John Krasinski, Lisa Kudrow, Frank Gehry, Gloria Steinem, and Richie Sambora.

9,136,092 French (except Basque)

Historically, the number of immigrants from France has been smaller than from other European nations. Figures may also be lower since French Americans are more specifically identified as French Canadian, Acadian, or Louisiana Creole by the U.S. Census. States with the largest French communities include California, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, and New York. Notable Americans of French descent include Warren Buffett, Louis Chevrolet, Zooey Deschanel, Ellen DeGeneres, Paul Revere, Henry David Thoreau, and Anthony Bourdain.

5,706,263 Scottish

More than one million Scots left for the United States in the 19th century, many in search of work in the shipping industry. Scottish immigrants continued to trickle in through the 1920s, especially as economic conditions worsened in Scotland. California, Florida, Texas, New York, and Michigan have the most Scottish descendants. Notable Americans with Scottish heritage include Reese Witherspoon, Lucille Ball, Robert Downey Jr., Johnny Cash, Lyndon B. Johnson, Edgar Allen Poe, and Malcolm X.

5,102,858 Scotch-Irish

Between 1717 and 1775 hundreds of thousands of Scotch-Irish immigrated to the United States, mostly coming from the province of Ulster in Northern Ireland. Most settled in New England, but many moved westward toward the frontier, settling in Appalachia or even further west. Today Scotch-Irish can be found throughout the country, but still dominate the East Coast. Famous Americans of Scotch-Irish descent include Ulysses S. Grant, Elvis Presley, and Andrew Jackson.

4,920,336 American Indian or Alaska Native

Nearly 5 million Americans identify as Native American or Alaska Native alone or in combination with one or more races, while2,502,653 Americans identify as Native American or Alaska Native alone. As of 2012, 70% of Native Americans live in urban areas according to The New York Times. The largest American Indian tribe is the Cherokee with 284,000 full-blooded individuals. Alaska has the highest Native American population, followed by New Mexico, South Dakota, Oklahoma, and Montana, according to the 2010 Census. Notable Americans with Native American ancestry include Wilma Mankiller, John Herrington, Sitting Bull, and Armie Hammer.

4,810,511 Dutch

New York City (originally New Amsterdam) was established by Dutch Immigrants in the early 17th century. Although Dutch immigration slowed in the 18th century, a new wave of Dutchmen came to America following World War II. Today, Dutch Americans are concentrated in several counties in Michigan and Ohio. Many Dutch Americans also live in California, New York, and Pennsylvania. Notable Americans of Dutch ancestry include Thomas Edison, Walt Whitman, and Theodore Roosevelt.

4,607,774 Puerto Rican

Puerto Ricans first began migrating to the States in large numbers after the 1917 passing of the Jones-Shafroth act granted all Puerto Ricans U.S. Citizenship. Since then, Puerto Rican immigration to the continental U.S. has been significant, with numbers spiking since the late ’90s. As of the 2010 Census, the highest number of Puerto Ricans could be found in New York, followed by Florida, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. The annual Puerto Rican Day Parade in Manhattan draws millions of spectators each year and is one of the largest outdoor events in the United States. Famous Americans of Puerto Rican descent include Jennifer Lopez, Joaquin Phoenix, Marc Anthony, Ricky Martin, and Geraldo Rivera.

4,557,539 Norwegian

Norwegian immigration reached its peak between the end of the 19th century and the first decade of the 20th century. Between 1880 and 1893, Norwegian immigration was the second largest in Europe behind Ireland. Historically, the majority of Norwegian Americans live in the upper Midwest, especially Minnesota, western Wisconsin, northern Iowa and the Dakotas. Famous Americans of Norwegian descent include Lance Armstrong, Sally Ride, Michelle Williams, and Renée Zellweger.

4,211,644 Swedish

During the 19th century, Swedish emigration to the United States was largely motivated by economic advancement. From 1851 to 1930, more than 1.2 million Swedes crossed the Atlantic, traditionally settling in Midwest homesteads. By the turn of the century, however, more Swedes moved to urban centers in search of industrial jobs. Today, Minnesota has the largest concentration of Swedish descendants in the country. Notable Americans of Swedish descent include Mark Wahlberg, Buzz Aldrin, Matt Damon, Phil Mickelson, Mamie Eisenhower, and Charles Lindbergh.

3,245,080 Chinese (except Taiwanese)

Chinese immigrants first began arriving on the West Coast in the early 1820s and trickled in slowly up until the Gold Rush began, when the Chinese American population grew exponentially.  The majority of Chinese Americans today live in California, with notable communities in Hawaii and around New York City, Boston, and Chicago. Notable Americans with Chinese ancestry include Yo-Yo Ma, Lucy Liu, Alexander Wang, Derek Lam, Phillip Lim, Vera Wang, Christine Chen, Michelle Kwan, and Dan Lin.

3,060,143 Russian

Alaska was originally settled and controlled by Russians. After the U.S. purchased the land in 1867, many Russians remained in the territory. However, most came to America during the large wave of European immigration that took place during the late 19th century. U.S. states with the highest percentage of people who claim some sort of Russian ancestry include Maryland, New York, North Dakota, and South Dakota, according to the 2000 census. Notable Americans with Russian ancestry include Michael Bloomberg, Leonardo DiCaprio, Milla Jovovich, Sean Penn, Natalie Portman, Joan Rivers, and Michelle Trachtenberg.

2,781,904 Asian Indian

Asian Indians had been immigrating to the U.S. in small numbers for decades, but starting in 2000, the population has grown rapidly. The Asian Indian population was one of the most rapidly-growing ethnic groups in the U.S. as of 2011. They comprise over 16% of the Asian-American community and are one of the highest-educated groups in the nation. California, New York, New Jersey, Texas, and Illinois were the states with the highest populations of Indian Americans as of the 2000 Census. Notable Americans with Indian ancestry include Mindy Kaling, Kal Penn, Padma Lakshmi, M. Night Shyamalan, Indra Nooyi, and Aziz Ansari.

2,625,306 West Indian (except Hispanic groups)

This group includes Americans who self-identified as Bahamian, Barbadian, Belizean, Bermudan, British West Indian, Dutch West Indian, Haitian, Jamaican, Trinidadian and Tobagonian, or U.S. Virgin Islander. 290,828 people also stated that they were simply “West Indian” or “Other West Indian.” Many West Indians first came to the United States in search of economic opportunity at the turn of the century, and West Indian immigration continued until the onset of the Great Depression. Another wave of West Indian immigrants came to America in the 1950s and 1960s. Notable Americans of West Indian descent include Colin Powell, Notorious B.I.G., Rihanna, Lenny Kravitz, and Tim Duncan.

2,549,545 Filipino

The 1965 Immigration Act led large numbers of Filipinos to immigrate to the U.S.; more than 40,000 Filipinos have been arriving in the U.S. annually since 1979. Filipinos make up a large part of the visa waitlist. California, Hawaii, greater New York, Illinois, and Texas all have large Filipino populations. Notable Americans with Filipino ancestry include Jose Antonio Vargas, Bruno Mars, Monique Lhuillier, Rob Schneider, and Hailee Steinfeld.

2,087,970 French Canadian

French Canadian Americans make up a large and diverse group. Many immigrated to America from Quebec between 1840 and the late 1920s, while others in more Midwestern states had lived there for generations. Many Americans of recent French Canadian descent speak French at home. French Canadian Americans today are overwhelmingly concentrated in New England, with the state of Maine having the highest population. Notable Americans of French-Canadian descent include Celine Dion, Angelina Jolie, Justin Theroux, and Chelsea Clinton.

1,888,383 Welsh

In the late 1600s, Welsh Quakers began coming to America in droves, settling largely in Pennsylvania and later in Ohio. The Welsh language was commonly spoken in many of these intensely-Welsh areas until the 1950s when it began to die out. Today, Welsh Americans can be found around the country, with particularly high numbers in the Midwest. Notable Americans of Welsh descent include Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and J.P. Morgan.

1,764,374 Cuban

Cubans began immigrating to the states in the early 1900s, with large numbers flowing in after the Cuban revolution of 1959. Today, Cuban Americans are major contributors to politics, professional sports, academia, and the entertainment industry. Nearly 70% of Cuban Americans  live in Florida, but prominent Cuban communities can also be found within New York and New Jersey. Notable Americans with Cuban ancestry include Jorge Posada, Desi Arnaz, Gloria Estefan, Narciso Rodriguez, and the members of the Bacardi family, among many others.

1,733,778 Salvadoran

Before 1960, the U.S. was home to fewer than 10,000 Salvadorans, but the Salvadoran Civil War in the 1980s forced hundreds of thousands of people to flee El Salvador. Many of them came to America. California, Texas, New York, Virginia, and Maryland have the highest number of Salvadorans. They also make up the largest Latino group on Long Island, surpassing Puerto Ricans. Notable Americans with Salvadoran ancestry include singer Sabi, Christy Turlington, and boxer Carlos Hernández.

1,620,637 Arab

Arab Americans from Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, and Syria, among other countries, comprise a large and diverse ancestry group that has been settling in the U.S. since the late 1800s. According to the Arab American Institute, nearly 94% of Arab Americans live in metropolitan areas. The metropolitan areas with the highest concentration of Arab Americans include Los Angeles, Detroit, New York/New Jersey, Chicago, and Washington, D.C. Notable Americans of Arab ancestry include Edward Said, Ralph Nader, Steve Jobs, Hala Gorani, and Frank Zappa.

1,576,032 Vietnamese

Many Vietnamese immigrants came to America after the Vietnam war, often via boat, to escape extreme poverty or persecution. Today, Vietnamese Americans make up nearly half of all Vietnamese living overseas and are the fourth-largest Asian American group. Notable Americans of Vietnamese descent include Margaret Quigley, rapper Tyga, Cung Lee, and Eugene H. Trinh (the first Vietnamese American to travel into outer space).

1,573,608 Czech

Czech immigrants were known in the 19th and early 20th centuries as “Bohemian” since they originally came from the lands that made up what was once the empire of the Bohemian crown. These lands are now presided over in large part by the Czech Republic. The most Czech Americans can be found in Texas, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Nebraska. Famous Americans of Czech descent include George W. Bush, Estée Lauder, Jason Mraz, and Sissy Spacek.

1,511,926 Hungarian

Hungarian Americans comprise one of America’s oldest ethnic groups, with records of Hungarians participating in the American Revolution. After the Hungarian Revolution of 1848, even more Hungarians came to the states in search of a better life. Notable Americans of Hungarian descent include Milton Friedman, John Kerry, Paul Simon, Paul Newman, Louis CK, Kate Hudson, Steven Spielberg, Drew Barrymore, and Calvin Klein.

1,423,139 Portuguese

The Portuguese have a long history in the U.S., with Portuguese soldiers fighting in the American Revolution. A large wave of Portuguese immigrants also came to the U.S. in the mid-to-late 20th century.  Areas with notable Portuguese populations include the Metro Boston area, the Tri-state area, and the San Francisco/Oakland Bay area. Famous Americans of Portuguese descent include Teresa Heinz Kerry, Tony Coelho, Katy Perry, Tom Hanks, and James Franco.

1,422,567 Korean

Korean Americans make up the second-largest Korean diaspora community in the world (the largest is in China). The 1965 Immigration Act allowed large numbers of Koreans to immigrate to the United States, a pattern which has continued to present day. Since 1975, Koreans have ranked among the top 5 groups of immigrants to the U.S. Most Koreans live in New York, New Jersey, California, and Illinois, according to the 2000 Census. Famous Americans with Korean ancestry include Jamie Chung, Nelson Chai, Sandra Oh, Do Won Chang (founder of Forever 21), and Young Lee (co-founder of Pinkberry).

1,420,962 Danish

Danes have been living in the U.S. since the late 1600s, but they steadily immigrated to America for much of the 1800s before Danish immigration tapered off. California, Utah, Minnesota, and Wisconsin all have large numbers of Danish Americans. Famous Americans of Danish descent include Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen, Scarlet Johansson, Lars Ulrich of Metallica, the Hanson brothers, and Iggy Pop.

1,414,551 Dominican (Dominican Republic)

After the fall of dictator Rafael Trujillo in 1965, the U.S. occupied the Dominican Republic in order to end a civil war. The U.S. also eased travel restrictions, and as a result, large numbers of Dominicans began immigrating to the U.S. in the late 1960s. The states with the most Dominican Americans are New York, New Jersey, Florida, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania. Famous Americans of Dominican heritage include Sammy Sosa, Junot Díaz, Oscar De La Renta, Alex Rodriguez, and Zoe Saldana.

1,319,188 Greek

Although Greek heritage has been recorded in the U.S. since the 1600s, the most substantial number of Greek immigrants came to the U.S. from the mid-1800s up until Greece’s admission to the European Union in 1981. Today the U.S. is home to the largest Greek community outside of Greece. Americans with Greek ancestry include Jennifer Aniston; Bob Costas; Tina Fey; John Stamos; Frank Zappa; and George Papanicolaou, creator of the Pap smear.

Black States Matter

US Constitutional Powers Matter, Institutions Matter, Territory-Land Matter, Structural System Matter, Culture Matter. African Americans can not compete with White Americans if they don’t have matching Institutions. The fundamental problems in the USA are that whites control all the necessary Institutions needed to build a strong, prosperous community and Black Americans are given the crumbs.

Black States Matter supports the idea of Predominant Population and Political Control of a Region of States. As the second largest Ancestry group after the 49 million Germans in the United States, Black American 45 million population is more than enough to have Predominant Population and Political Control of the 8 States Southern Region. Political Control of a Region of States can be obtain Legally and Orderly through Peaceful Democratic Means.

Political Control of a Region of States will grant African Americans US Constitutional Powers, Power to Charter Banks and Corporations, Power to Charter Courts, Counties and Cities, Eminent Domain Powers, Power to Collect Taxes, Power to Make and Enforce Laws, Power to Regulate Intrastate (within the State) Businesses, Power to Issue Bonds and Borrow Money and Ratify Amendments to the Constitution.

Political Control of  Region of States grant African American Control of Institutions such as State and Local Courts, Control of State and Local Police Departments, Control of State Public Schools, Control of State Universities and Colleges, Control of State and Local Budgets, Control of State and Local Prisons, Control of State Regulatory Boards and Commissions, Control of Critical Infrastructures, Utilities and Monopolies.

Black Americans have US Constitutional Rights (Civil Rights) now Black Americans must fight for US Constitutional Powers (Political Control of a Region of States).


Black Homeland Coalition Party- Mission Predominant Population and Political Control of the 8 States Southern Region.

The Black Homeland Coalition Party is a One Party dominance and One Party Control of the 8 States Southern Region on the Regional, State & Local Levels. The Black Homeland Coalition Party Vote as a Bloc on the National Level or Presidential Elections. Black Homeland Coalition Party bloc of votes are not promise to either the Democratic Party or Republican Party but, are assigned to the Party that actually seek our votes and who appeals to the self-Interest of the Party.


5 Factions of the Coalition Political Party

1. Black Nationalism- Ideologies are unity and self determination, that is separation and total Independence from European Society. Pan Africanism, Promote Strong Ties with the African Continent, Promote Racial Pride, Traditional Family Values, Extended Families, with a hint of Polygamy in some camps. African socialism a belief in sharing economic resources in a “traditional” African way, as distinct from classical European socialism. Pro Black Businesses and Black Owned Corporations, Political & Economic Empowerment, Land Reform, Black Power, Control of all Utilities and Critical Infrastructures. Advocate for State Rights, oppose Federal Government infringement on State and local issues. Low Taxes to paying no Income Taxes, Conservative on Social Issues, Strong Religious Ideology. Marriage between a Man and Woman, Pro Life, 2nd Amendment Rights to Bear Arms, Capital Punishment, Strong African American Homeland Security and Defense Forces, State Defense Forces, Militias. Support the African American Homeland States however, prefer A Total Independent Nation within the USA or Independent Nation within the Continent of Africa.

2. Black Conservatism- Emphasizes traditionalism, Strong Patriotism to the African American Homeland States, Build Trade Relations with the African Continent, Capitalism, free markets, and strong social conservatism. Traditional Family Values, Protestant Christians, Pro-Life, against same sex marriages. Opposed to Legalizing drugs, Support a strong State Defense Force and Militias and are for 2nd Amendment Right to Bear Arms. Capital Punishment, Oppose illegal immigration, Economically Regionalism; favoring a protectionist policy on international trade. State Government Intervention, Planning, Implementations for very Large Black Own Corporations and to protect, promote and favor Black Owned Businesses and Black Owned Corporations in the State and Region. Advocate for State Rights, Fiscal Conservative, Control State Government spending, Cut welfare, low taxes. Advocate for Control of Utilities and Critical Infrastructures by Black Owned Corporations and Limited State Government Ownership (SOE).

3. Black Moderates/Centrists- Fiscally conservative to moderate, and socially moderate to liberal, though there are others who are socially conservative and fiscally centrist or liberal. balanced budgets, lower taxes, free trade, deregulation- make it easy to start a business, regulation- to protect local businesses from outside competition, Initiatives and Referendums, Labor Unions, Land Reform, Traditional family values, Protestant Christians, split on abortion, split on same sex marriages, opposed illegal immigration, split on gun control, split on multiculturalism. more environmental regulation and anti-climate change measures, split on legal cannabis, split on legalizing some drugs. Advocate for State Rights. Regionalism, Strong Patriotism to the African American Homeland States and their own State. Build Relations with the African Continent

4.Black Progressive- Progressives tend to advocate a relatively social democratic agenda. Unifying issues among progressive include opposition to the War in Iraq, opposition to economic liberalism and social conservatism, opposition to all corporate influence in government, support for universal health care or single-payer health care, revitalization of State and Regional infrastructures, mostly support same sex marriage, mostly support women right to choose, mostly support gun control, increase government spending, most support higher tax on the wealthy, support legalizing some drugs, deregulation- make it easy to start a business, Regulation- protect, promote, favor Black Owned Small and Medium size Businesses, Advocate For Initiatives and Referendum, Labor Unions, Land Reform, split on higher minimum wage, support equal pay for women, opposed Capital Punishment, more environmental regulation and anti-climate change measures. Support Student Loans and Lower University and College cost. Support for State Rights, Patriotism towards their Own State, Supports the African American Homeland States. Build Relations with the African Continent and African Diaspora all over the World.

5. Black Liberalism- Tend to advocate Social Liberalism, Gay and Lesbian Rights, Black Women Feminism, Pro choice, support an increase in the minimum wage, support gun control, advocate for increase State government spending and Welfare, support higher tax on the wealthy, support legalizing drugs, support universal health care, Support Students Loans, Subsidies and Lower University and College cost, Advocate for State Government Ownership (SOE) of all Utilities and Critical Infrastructures. The State Government provide Land, Housing, Jobs for the People. Strong Patriotism towards their Own State, County and City/Town, Support the African American Homeland States


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Frederick’s Petersburg Address

400 years ago our Forefathers were brought to this continent, a new Black Nation was conceived, albeit in bondage, and dedicated to the notion that all men aren’t treated equal.

Now, we are engaged in a civil war of ideology, testing whether that Black Nation, can dedicate to the concept of white supremacy, multiculturalism and integration, can long endure.

After 400 years of slavery, Jim Crow and subjugation, that our ancestors shall not have died in vain; that this Black American Nation in a Nation, shall have a new birth of freedom, and that 8 State governments of the Black people, by the Black People, for the Black people, shall not perish from the earth.

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Black Majority Scenerio

The Black Population is growing faster than the whites, partially because of a higher black birthrates and Blacks from the northern cities are increasingly returning to the Southern States of their Grand and Great Grand Parents because of crime, cold weather and increase in the cost of living.

The progression of Blacks returning South should continue as Mexican and other Illegal immigrants have taken low skilled jobs that’s a primary source of black income. To add, Asian immigrant entrepreneurs, who provide much Urban employment, often hold racist views about Blacks. Blacks should remember that many third world immigrants are without the sense of historic guilt that many northern whites have.

Depending on how strong and how long these demographic current flows, the South will soon tip into a Black Majority.

Out of nowhere, with barely a blink, Black Americans will have the Majority in the 8 Southern States. Black Homeland Coalition Party will seize Political Control, First the major cities, Atlanta, Raleigh, Charlotte, Charleston, Memphis, Nashville, New Orleans Jackson, MS, Birmingham, Montgomery and Mobile, then majority Black Counties and work their way into predominant white counties in the periphery. Conservative whites will flee to defacto white enclaves seeking refuge. The wealthy whites of the old establishment, seeking to retain their power & property are advocating power sharing & a supposed new South. Demographics and affirmative actions will force out the whites starting with the moderates, non property owning and working class whites. As the Black Pop. continue to grow,white flight will accelerate & Blacks will become the voting majority in the 8 States Southern Region. The Black Homeland Coalition Party will then legally seize the three branches of State Government, the Judicial branch, State Legislature branch and the Executive branch- Governorship in elections, State after State, causing even more white flight. Some Liberal whites have no problems intermingling with Black Americans, other remaining whites will increasingly become radicalized and form self defense militias.

Clashes with black militias and black controlled police forces will occur, and they will steadily increase in frequency, duration and violence until most white enclaves are over run or abandon altogether.

Favorable factors will be alignment of the northern-liberal dominated federal government, which at first will support the powerful Black Homeland Coalition Party because of it’s vote delivery power.

The Federal Government will face the dilemma of massive and indiscriminate use of heavy weapons against the African American Homeland States, if it secede or espoused for complete Independence prematurely or if Power is seized by a more radical revolutionary Muslim faction of the Black Homeland Coalition Party. A Suggestion is to keep power far away from the hands of more radical factions of the Coalition Party. The Black Homeland Coalition Party at the very least guaranteed a Predominantly Protestant Christian Society/Region and a Republican form of Government.

Skirmish in the South are widespread because of the close intermingling of the two races, which white flight will partly reduce. It will also be without mercy due to the mutual hatred and contempt so deeply rooted in southern history.

Unlike the Mexican aliens in the southwest, all Black Americans are citizens that can vote and they have a cohesive Coalition that is already seizing power legally and gradually. thus guerrilla warfare isn’t necessary, at least initially. In fact, the first guerrilla and or terrorist formation to appear in the South will almost certainly be white. Military Virtues, traditional values, patriotism, religious fundamentalism, adherence to cultural norms and distrust of central authority have long been features of southern white culture. Likewise many Southern whites tend react to events in a very personal and immediate manner, a characteristic that confound Northerners.

This is why I advocate for the immediate formation of the African American Homeland Security and Defense Forces to supplement State Defense Forces, National Guards and Black Militias.

The Southern States have been an occupied region since the Civil War and Reconstruction Era, and the threat of Federal Intervention was the only thing that kept the South from all-out warfare during the sixties.

The whites and blacks in the South are intermingled, they are in political, economic and psychological competition. and they have no mutual history other than mutual distrust and hatred.

Black American will have Predominant Population and Political Control of the 8 States Southern Region, and white southerners face the stark reality that Fleeing or Cooperating will be their only realistic reply to legally constituted or established African American Political and Police Powers.

When some citizens sued the city over this withholding of police protection, city Attorney responded in court.”The plaintiff simply had no constitutional or federal right to have the police respond to their calls for assistance or to receive police protection against potential harm caused by private parties.”(New York Times,June 28,1993,p.3)

 Blacks had Controlled, Reconstruction Era

(1934) W.E.B. Du Bois, “A Negro Nation Within a Nation”

W.E.B Du Bois, a founding member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) through most of his life was a staunch integrationist. In 1934 however he advanced the argument that since integration would not happen in the nation any time soon, African Americans had to take steps to develop their own economic and political resources independent of white help and support. Du Bois gave this speech on June 26, 1934 as he resigned from the NAACP.

Du Bois

No MORE CRITICAL SITUATION ever faced the Negroes of America than that of today-not in 1830, nor in 1861, nor in 1867. More than ever the appeal of the Negro for elementary justice falls on deaf ears.

Three-fourths of us are disfranchised; yet no writer on democratic reform, no third-party movement says a word about Negroes. The Bull Moose crusade in 1912 refused to notice them; the La Follette uprising in 1924 was hardly aware of them; the Socialists still keep them in the background. Negro children are systematically denied education; when the National Educational Association asks for federal aid to education it permits discrimination to be perpetuated by the present local authorities. Once or twice a month Negroes convicted of no crime are openly and publicly lynched, and even burned; yet a National Crime Convention is brought to perfunctory and unwilling notice of this only by mass picketing and all but illegal agitation. When a man with every qualification is refused a position simply because his great-grandfather was black, there is not a ripple of comment or protest.

Long before the depression Negroes in the South were losing “Negro” jobs, those assigned them by common custom-poorly paid and largely undesirable toil, but nevertheless life-supporting. New techniques, new enterprises, mass production, impersonal ownership and control have been largely displacing the skilled white and Negro worker in tobacco manufacturing, in iron and steel, in lumbering and mining, and in transportation. Negroes are now restricted more and more to common labor and domestic service of the lowest paid and worst kind. In textile, chemical and other manufactures Negroes were from the first nearly excluded, and just as slavery kept the poor white out of profitable agriculture, so freedom prevents the poor Negro from finding a place in manufacturing. The worldwide decline in agriculture has moreover carried the mass of black farmers, despite heroic endeavor among the few, down to the level of landless tenants and peons.

The World War and its wild aftermath seemed for a moment to open a new door; two million black workers rushed North to work in iron and steel, make automobiles and pack meat, build houses and do the heavy toil in factories. They met first the closed trade union which excluded them from the best paid jobs and pushed them into the low-wage gutter, denied them homes and mobbed them. Then they met the depression.

Since 1929 Negro workers, like white workers, have lost their jobs, have had mortgages foreclosed on their farms and homes, have used up their small savings. But, in the case of the Negro worker, everything has been worse in larger or smaller degree; the loss has been greater and more permanent. Technological displacement, which began before the depression, has been accelerated, while unemployment and falling wages struck black men sooner, went to lower levels and will last longer.

The colored people of America are coming to face the fact quite calmly that most white Americans do not like them, and are planning neither for their survival, nor for their definite future if it involves free, self-assertive modern manhood. This does not mean all Americans. A saving few are worried about the Negro problem; a still larger group are not ill-disposed, but they fear prevailing public opinion. The great mass of Americans are, however, merely representatives of average humanity. They muddle along with their own affairs and scarcely can be expected to take seriously the affairs of strangers or people whom they partly fear and partly despise.

For many years it was the theory of most Negro leaders that this attitude was the insensibility of ignorance and inexperience, that white America did not know of or realize the continuing plight of the Negro. Accordingly, for the lat two decades, we have striven by book and periodical, by speech and appeal, by various dramatic methods of agitation, to put the essential facts before the American people. Today there can be no doubt that Americans know the facts; and yet they remain for the most part indifferent and unmoved.

The peculiar position of Negroes in America offers an opportunity. Negroes today cast probably 2,000,000 votes in a total of 40,000,000 and their vote will increase. This gives them, particularly in northern cities, and at critical times, a chance to hold a very considerable balance of power and the mere threat of this being used intelligently and with determination may often mean much. The consuming power of 2,800,000 Negro families has recently been estimated at $166,000,000 a month—a tremendous power when intelligently directed. Their manpower as laborers probably equals that of Mexico or Yugoslavia. Their illiteracy is much lower than that of Spain or Italy. Their estimated per capita wealth about equals that of Japan.

For a nation with this start in culture and efficiency to sit down and await the salvation of a white God is idiotic. With the use of their political power, their power as consumers, and their brainpower, added to that chance of personal appeal which proximity and neighborhood always give to human to human beings, Negroes can develop in the United States an economic nation within a nation, able to work through inner cooperation to found its own institutions, to educate its genius, and at the same time, without mob violence or extremes of race hatred, to keep in helpful touch and cooperate with the mass of the nation. This has happened more often than most people realize, in the case of groups not so obviously separated from the mass of people as are American Negroes. It must happen in our case or there is no hope for the Negro in America.

Any movement toward such a program is today hindered by the absurd Negro philosophy of Scatter, Suppress, Wait, Escape. There are even many of our educated young leaders who think that because the Negro problem is not in evidence where there are few or no Negroes, this indicates a way out! They think that the problem of race can be settled by ignoring it and suppressing all reference to it. They think that we have only to 3wait in silence for the white people to settle the problem for us; and finally and predominantly, they think that the problem of twelve million Negro people, mostly poor, ignorant workers, is going to be settled by having their more educated and wealthy classes gradually and continually escape from their race into the mass of the American people, leaving the rest to sink, suffer and die.

Proponents of this program claim, with much reason, that the plight of the masses is not the fault of the emerging classes. For the slavery and exploitation that reduced Negroes to their present level or at any rate hindered them from rising, the white world is to blame. Since the age-long process of raising a group is through the escape of its upper class into welcome fellowship with risen peoples, the Negro intelligentsia would submerge itself if it bent its back to the task of lifting the mass of people. There is logic in this answer, but futile logic.

If the leading Negro classes cannot assume and bear the uplift of their own proletariat, they are doomed for all time. It is not a case of ethics; it is a plain case of necessity. The method by which this may be done is, first, for the American Negro to achieve a new economic solidarity.

It may be said that this matter of a nation within a nation has already been partially accomplished in the organization of the Negro church, the Negro school and the Negro retail business, and despite all the justly due criticism, the result has been astonishing. The great majority of American Negroes are divided not only for religious but for a large number of social purposes into self-supporting economic units, self-governed, self-directed. The greatest difficulty is that these organizations have no logical and reasonable standards and do not attract the fines, most vigorous and best educated Negroes. When all these things are taken into consideration it becomes clearer to more and more American Negroes that, through voluntary and increased segregation, by careful autonomy and planned economic organization, they may build so strong and efficient a unit that twelve million men can no longer be refused fellowship and equality in the United States.


Josh Gottheimer, ed., Ripples of Hope: Great American Civil Rights Speeches (New York: Basic Civitas Books, 2003).