Scenario 3 — States Secede from the U.S.
'Possible Result of the Race Crisis in the USA' by James Owens(2001)

A Euro-white attitude totally different from Scenario 2 drives the last two scenarios: racial separatism instead of supremacism. But the prelude to the separatist scenarios is the same. Early in the 21st century overwhelming non-white expansion awakens Euro-whites to danger and provokes their harsh backlash. However, wise realists recognize it's much too late for whites (or any single race) to "take back" "their" country. With populations of each race now massive and mighty (100 million non-whites and 200 million whites), the totally destabilizing political strife would be as suicidal as an unthinkable Civil War Two. Thus, with all the races on a fatal collision course, the solution of separatism as a core policy becomes the mutually beneficial doctrine. Let's not fight a hopeless "win-lose" war, winner take all—or only ruins. Instead, a "win-win" course. Let the races separate peaceably, migrating into different areas of America.

One, of many, ways this evolves would be in the northwest. Many leaders in these mainly white states mobilize to preserve their white race and culture. They develop a complex, but feasible, plan to secede from t he U.S., declare their independence and form a new nation.(18) The plan includes northern California (the southwest is already de facto Hispanic). These states combined contain an enterprising population and economic power superior to many nations of Europe. Despite intimidating threats by the federal giant, the secession plan unfolds, the northwest secedes and soon becomes recognized as an independent nation.

The U.S. dares not crush or impede the new nation in an age dominated by U.N. and its own U.S. precedents sanctifying human rights, especially self-determination and free independence of ethnic peoples. Unlike the 1860s, when Lincoln's imperialism defied the Constitution and smashed Southern independence, self-determination is the sacred principle of the 21st century. For many decades the U.N. and the U.S. have supported the basic human right of distinct peoples to achieve their own self-determined independence and freedom. Landmark examples began in the 1990s in areas such as the former U.S.S.R., Kosovo, Chechnya, Bosnia, Quebec, E.Timor and Hawaii's independence movement. The legal and moral legitimacy of secession as a political right originated with the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Now it is established as worldwide doctrine; no regime would dare try to violate it (its leaders would be indictable by the U.N. war-crimes tribunal).(19)

Soon after the formation of the white nation, the entire southwest of the U.S. forms a new nation of Spanish speaking Americans declaring its independence. Blacks and Asians carve out similar territories as their own. Each race and nation, powered by first-rate minds trained for generations in U.S. colleges, manages its own institutions, develops effective executives and builds prosperous economies of its own. As each new nation establishes strict immigration controls and policies favouring its own race, the young of each race gradually for decades migrate to the nation of their own kind with its enhanced practical opportunities for maximum prosperity and familiar relationships with their own people. The old and resistant, misplaced but reluctant to migrate, just die away with no effect on the general migration patterns of the young.

Freed from the labyrinthine shackles of U.S. government regulations and its racial integration, each new nation surges forward in its own way with its own kind. "Racial diversity" was always a hollow myth in the multicultural U.S., all races melting into brown by interracial breeding; now diversity becomes real and permanent in the new nations. The new nations discourage or outlaw interracial breeding and enforce strict border controls; genuine diversity of the races, their gene pools and cultures prevail. For example, the Southwest nation makes Spanish its official language, most of its TV newscasters are Hispanic. It also chooses to become a frankly socialist welfare state. The white nation reinstates its original Constitution, reasserts freedom-of-association rights and capitalist self-reliance (moderated by anti-trust laws), dismantles its welfare system and the income tax. The U.S., mainly east-coast states, remains a highly centralized and multicultural "rainbow" nation, basically similar to its 1990s.

Late in the century, separatism firmly established as national policy in all the new nations, each American race lives with mutual respect for the others, linked in cross-border economic cooperation, treaties, a common "dollar" currency and mutual defense which form a special "American Union" similar to Europe's. But finally the races live separate, now permitted to progress as truly distinct cultures, rescued from the racial meltdown and "Brazilianizing" of the U.S. (14)(20)