Could you at least leave a link, if not a comment?
I'm running behind, but I did have your post on my catch-up list. And now it's gone. This is a general area of interest for me. However, it's potentially so broad, I hesitate to comment until I read your original idea.
Do you think that separation, or a socially fair and just version of apartheid, is sometimes a better answer than trying to assimilate peoples who do not care to integrate with each other?
I'm thinking of the semi-autonomous Cossack communities in Russia -- they prefer separation, but in return for this privilege (semi-autonomous rule, not serving in the military or police, still retaining Russian citizenship), they volunteer for "independent contracts" which no one else really wants: for example, border patrol and policing "hot" zones, especially near Chechnya. They are a warrior class.
BTW: I think S. Africa has an incredibly beautiful national hymn? anthem? Nkosi Sikelele Afrika? (am I even close?)
The legacy of apartheid still haunts South Africa. It should never have been made so large or had its tribal lands turned into a white mans concept of community. Young black men have not benefited from the hope of freedom , too many years of subjugation has destroyed their ability to escape poverty. I think the outcome of apartheid can be considered just as damaging as the Nazis regime, it will take years if not centuries to undo the white mans rape of Africa.