Following on from the post regarding the effect of integrating blacks into white suburbs, let's explore where we have come from and what we may do to ensure our survival.
It has almost become axiomatic to assume that segregation was a policy worthy of being reviled, and that somehow it was related to supremacy. Personally, in light of evidence that is coming to the fore and which has always been intuitive, I think it was a matter of survival.
Back when South Africa experienced Pass Laws and Group Areas, the number of blacks permitted to reside within a white area, as a domestic servant or otherwise, was well below 22% and this manifested as a peaceful existence, comparable to any European standard. This probably was the case until around the mid 1980's, or at least until the pass laws were abolished. Thereafter there was a greater flow of blacks through and within the white areas. Initially the effect would not have been felt, lulling us into believing that everything would be okay. However since 1994 things have changed.
Today it is easy to envision most households making use of a maid and a gardener, providing accommodation for at least the maid, which equates to a 20% black composition when added to the 4 white family members. Add to this the level of black residents that are legally residing within your suburb which could easily be anything between 20 - 80%, let's assume an average of 20%. We could now have levels of about 36%. Add to this the free movement of marauding black gangs and we could easily arrive at 50%, and this is conservative, which equates to a 1 in 3 chance of one of your family members being a victim. Some of the poorer formerly white areas will probably be closer to 80-100%, as will some townhouse complexes.
Therefore in order to prolong the inevitable means ensuring that the percentage of blacks within your neighbourhood remains low. This is probably best achieved through high priced gated communities that outlaw domestic servants residing on the property, although this is less effective in a boomed off area as you cannot restrict the free movement of blacks or stop residents from providing accommodation to their domestics. For those less fortunate, who do not have money, you are in a tough position as your neighbourhood is probably already being invaded. Also, the above ignores your having to mingle with blacks at work, shopping or generally going about your daily life outside of your neighbourhood.
To conclude, it is easy to see how segregation became a survival strategy, and in fact remains the only strategy for white survival, be it on the continent or in any neighbourhood under siege by blacks. My strategy of choice would be to suggest emigration, especially if you factor in the rate at which the black population is growing. Other than that, to sit around and do nothing is to invite the inevitable.