Only White culture has the power to separate.
You’re confusing your proposal, which is a nationalistic proposal in all but the demand for territory, with the power to execute it. Two different things. It takes *zero* power to propose something, but it does take power to execute that proposal.
So, yes, you COULD argue that it’s not nationalism you’re proposing, but separatism, the existence of a country-within-a-country. But at that point, we’re all just quibbling about semantics.
Nationalism is a eurocentric institutional term.
Not at all. Try becoming a Japanese citizen. If you don’t have a recent Japanese ancestor, you have almost no chance whatsoever. They have a very nationalistic immigration policy.
You and many do not know the vasts amounts of dollars willingly handed down to ensure job security for many towns and cities — jobs that detain, monitor, oversee, report on, study, and discuss Black people. We are big business. So if you are willing to fund our exploitation for your job security, we have the right to demand — as taxpayers — handing it over so we can care for our people in a culturally competent manner.
You can demand anything you like. Free speech and all that. But it’s still nationalism/separatism. It doesn’t solve the underlying problem of racism, but instead surrenders to it.