Some extreme ideas have surfaced as a means of settling the growing racial tension in the United States. One radical idea is the creation of a black nation. The proposed black nation would consist of some southern states.
A University of Michigan political science professor, Christian Davenport has suggested that an independent black nation would take over the states of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina. The professor suggests that the new nation be called, “The Republic of New Africa.” Davenport says that those five states are predominantly black so the transition should be easy.
However, the professor’s figures may not be as correct as he claims.
According to Conservative Tribune, if Davenport and his followers don’t like America, they can go somewhere else.
Maybe there’s room in the West African country of Liberia.
Conservative Tribune reports:
The recent police shootings in America have re-inspired some of the very radical black moments that see the United States government as a oppressive regime that enjoys killing black people all the time, despite the fact that it is lead by one.
The Atlanta Black Star reported that University of Michigan political science professor Christian Davenport wants the creation of an independent black nation that would take over five southern states.
The new nation, which would be creatively titled “The Republic of New Africa” would span across Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina.