Separatist / New Regime Nationalist / Ethnic Nationalist

EvolutionPolitical separatism evolves when a group of people who believe they are being repressed, abused, disenfranchised, or discriminated against, attempt to disassociate themselves from the system that governs them. Usually, separatists want to secede from their ruling government and establish a new territory in which they can form their own laws, but separatism can also result from the desire to be economically, socially, or religiously separated within the governing structure.  The illegal drug cartel in Columbia is, for all purposes, a separatist group that controls its own territory, finances its own operations, and makes its own laws but has no desire to be recognized as a separate nation. Photo: 2009 Scores of Israeli army tanks and armored personnel carriers are massed on December 29, 2008 near Israel's border with the Gaza Strip.  http://www.flickr.com/photos/farshadebrahimi/3159001713/Minority RightsRecognizing that within a democracy people should have the…

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