An important question from a reader: “I have read and enjoyed the book. Thank you for suggesting this proposal. However I don’t understand how a voluntary Euro-ethnic-community can begin the process of isolating itself in the context of a racially-egalitarian liberal nation.
“In the United States, for example, Federal laws have been arranged so as to prohibit local forms of discrimination, in housing, in commerce, and in schools. Since the book mentions the United States as a possible location, I would like to know how you imagine it would be possible, that the proposed community could defend itself from the combined challenges of civil rights lawsuits, federal interference, and other forms of protest.”
The Orania example serves as the best answer to your question. In South Africa, all the “anti-discrimination” laws to which you refer, are actually written into the constitution of the country, and they work under even more extreme strictures than what Americans could even dream about.
How do they do it? By two methods:
1. Simply not having any formal discrimination in their (Orania’s) constitution, founding documents, or any legally liable writings upon which anyone could base a legal challenge. Nowhere in the Orania set up will you find anything which limits settlement to “white people”. They simply claim to be an Afrikaner settlement in which Afrikaners want to live out their culture, free from being oppressed and free from oppressing anyone else.
Does this mean that, in theory, anyone from any race could settle in Orania? In theory, yes. In practice, it has never happened, as anyone doing such a thing would quickly find themselves out of step with the community (not sharing the same ideals etc.) and move on.
2. The founding company of Orania (which set up the core of the town, located on private property–remember that other parts of the extended settlement might fall outside the original core) is a privately held company whose shareholders have a legal right to determine who can buy shares in the company. Once again, there is no racial discrimination in the wording or set-up of that company.
See once again in Nova Europa the section dealing with “Propaganda and Presentation.”
In other words, a European ethnostate settlement in formation cannot perpetuate any form of “racism” upon which a legal challenge could be based.
With regard to the setting up of businesses, most affirmative action laws determine a minimum number of employees before AA becomes legally enforceable. Companies who employ larger numbers than this minimum figure, will simply have to split up their operations to always keep inside the minimum number of employees.