white separatism

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white separatist

One who advocates the creation of a society in which whites live separately from other races or from which nonwhite races are excluded.

white separatism n.
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Noun1.white separatism - a social system in which white people live separately from members of other races
separatism, segregation - a social system that provides separate facilities for minority groups
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"We now ban praise, support and representation of white nationalism and white separatism. Today's report recommends we go further to include content that supports white nationalist ideology even if the terms "white nationalism" and "white separatism" aren't explicitly used.
Earlier this year, Facebook announced it would ban praise or support for white nationalism and white separatism as part of a stepped-up crackdown on hate speech.
Last month, it extended its ban on hate speech to prohibit the promotion and support of white nationalism and white separatism. It had previously allowed such material even though it has long banned white supremacists.
It tightened those policies further last month with a decision to ban praise, support and representation of white nationalism and white separatism.
In March, Facebook said it would begin banning posts, photos and other content that reference white nationalism and white separatism, The Washington Post reported.
(https://newsroom.fb.com/news/2019/03/standing-against-hate/) In a press release on March 27, Facebook said that while the company has always prohibited "hateful treatment of people based on characteristics such as race, ethnicity or religion," it did not "apply the same rationale to expressions of white nationalism and white separatism because we were thinking about broader concepts of nationalism and separatism - things like American pride and Basque separatism, which are an important part of people's identity."
Instead, Daniszewski said, people operating under the umbrella of the "alt right" should be identified by the belief system they espouse, including "white nationalism" (calls for a separate territory and/or enhanced legal rights and protections for white people); "white separatism" (advocates a form of segregation in which races would live apart but in the same general geographic area); "white supremacy" (the belief that whites are superior to justify political, economic and social suppression of nonwhite people and other minority groups); "neo-Nazism" (combines racist and white supremacist beliefs with admiration for an authoritarian, totalitarian style of government such as the German Third Reich to enforce its beliefs); and anti-Semitism, which needs no definition.
These include white supremacism, white separatism, and white nationalism, finding voice in familiar forms like the Ku Klux Klan, the National Alliance, the Aryan Nation, and sundry neo-Nazis, and in less obvious place like neo-Confederates, paleoconservatism, kinism (a Christian-based belief that humanity should organize tribally or along ethnic and racial lines), some variants of paganism, and a range of patriot groups.
Even more critics, quoted in Wikipedia, said: "Duke supports stopping both legal and illegal non-European immigration, preservation of what he labels Western culture and traditionalist Christian 'family values', strict Constitutionalism, abolition of the Internal Revenue Service, voluntary racial segregation, ardent anti-communism and white separatism."