The media is having a field day with my mention of voluntary separation. I want to clarify three explicit examples how that happens today.
- Reservations for Native Americans – This is an instance where the government legally recognizes separate races as having their own spaces to occupy and create their own laws. While we are told America is meant to be a place where all assimilate, we tacitly accept the idea these rules only apply to some people.
- Historically Black Universities – Another instance where a given minority is given special consideration at the expense of the existing majority. If you tried to have white only universities, it would be considered apostasy, yet there that right only is reserved for some minorities.
- Private Schools in Urban Centers – As often as liberals proclaim the wonders of public government and services, isn’t it funny how many of the same people voluntarily segregate their own children into special schools with advanced services. Just because the division is financial doesn’t mean the whole idea of separation isn’t affirmed.
Without defending any of these actions, what you’ll notice they have in common is if you belong to a group traditionally identified with the left, any way they choose to separate is beyond reproach. This is no accident. Some groups are protected, allowed to be better than equal.
Other groups are not allowed to think this way. If you lean right, you’re to blame for everything. White people are to feel shame. Christians are made to submit. Men are told we are predators. Enough.
I am standing up against that. If we are to be one country, I support that but we need a culture where the rules are the same for all sides. New Albion tries to accomplish this. We respect our heritage and admit America was built by white Christian men and that there were some good ideas they had also: Liberty, the rule of law, and respect for our families.
Only then can we begin to heal the racial divide. Until white people can be as proud as black people, that goal can only ever be a lie.