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I'm reading about this
An ambitious project to really show the world what we could do.
And I'm thinking about another ambitious project....
Why not create a mini-Earth in America? You know, bring in people en masse from around the globe onto here, into separated states.
You know, states for Whites, Mexicans, Koreans, Chinese, and so on. Larger states would fit a variety of demographics in them. So, California would have ethnic enclaves from Mexico, Korea, India, Bangladesh, Russia, etc. Same with Texas and what have you. California could be the hub for multiculturalism, so let's say if blacks wouldn't move to Mississippi (who could blame them), then we'd have a reserve in California for them, along with other demographics, which result in cities similar to this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinatown,_Manhattan spread throughout the state
One of the reasons why this would be an exciting idea is because it'd feel like you're stepping into countries that'd otherwise have to travel across the planet to see.
Take a look at Minnesota, for example. I think it'd be great to travel there and experience a mini-Sweden,or to other states and experience a mini Egypt, Mexico, Turkey, Morocco, Brazil, Japan, Spain, Germany, Italy, Russia, Ireland, France, Norway, Poland, etc
None of it would be legally segregated, and there wouldn't be any forcible removal by anybody, rather we'd give people incentive..So give the Somalis living in Minnesota incentive to move to Mississippi, or what have you.
In regards to percentages, our current demographics probably wouldn't change all that much, since we're bringing in people from all over, rather the sheer number of people in those percentages would increase.
Would there be any major problems that'd result in this? I know the electoral college system could drastically change, but that should be abolished anyway.