Re: The Secessionist State of Franklin -- Can it Happen Again?
Posted: Tue Jan 12, 2021 2:34 am
I find it interesting that in two of the Southern states with the highest percentage of blacks, Mississippi and South Carolina, you find the most solidarity among whites. Both states are reliably Republican because the numbers of white liberals who vote Democratic is tiny. All whites in Mississippi and South Carolina have a lot of "up-close" experience with blacks and have no illusions about them. Thus over 90 percent of whites stick together politically. As conditions become worse and worse for whites in other areas of the country, those whites will also shed their liberal illusions and discover the necessity of white racial brotherhood.Will Williams wrote: ↑Sat Dec 26, 2020 6:29 pmOld Aardvark wrote: ↑Fri Dec 25, 2020 3:02 amI believe it is a matter of time before North and South Carolina split into separate parts. Both states have majority black populations in their eastern coastal areas, and both also have significant black populations in their central regions. Western North Carolina and Upstate South Carolina are still predominantly white...
You've got the right idea, Old Aardvark, but your suggested area for a White secessionist region is limited. I grew up in Raleigh, NC, and east of there generally is known known as Black Carolina and west of Raleigh is generally known as White Carolina. South Carolina may be majority Black by now, but NW SC is majority White. But so is SW Virginia, most of West Virginia and parts of several states that share southern Appalachia. I live in Tennessee now and East TN is White, whereas west of Nashville is Black Tennessee.
This thread about possibilities for Whites seceding from the failed multiracial experiment called the United States and forming its own exclusive region started out on topic but got away from us, as you can see. But go back to the opening posts, and especially to this revealing map:
Notice Kentucky and northern parts of Arkansas, north Georgia and Mississippi, the NE section of Texas even southern parts of Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Iowa. There is practically a White majority corridor down through Alabama and the Florida panhandle to the Gulf of Mexico. Another possible corridor along the NC/SC border to the Atlantic Ocean exists.
Cleansing these areas will be messy business, but there is certainly historical precedent if there is the will in our people to fight and survive in our own exclusive living space in accord with Nature's highest law: preservation. Secession might begin in the historic State of Franklin area and expand outward into other White counties that want to be a part of a new White nation.
Chairman Williams, you are no-doubt familiar with Thomas Chittum's "Civil War II: The Coming Breakup of America." Chittum goes into significant detail looking at all the states in the old South particularly and where and how the racial dividing lines will work out. Regarding North Carolina, Chittum notes that the sooner this breakup happens, the further east that dividing line will be, possibly as far east as Raleigh as you say. If the breakup takes a generation longer, then that line could easily move west to line from Greensboro to Charlotte. However the final outcome, it will be an immense amount of bloody, genocidal combat. Had things fallen apart in 1970, whites would have held onto 90 percent of the state easily, and regained the remaining ten percent in short order. Twenty years from now the dividing line might run between Winston-Salem and Gastonia.