Judging by his last name I am likely more related to Richard McCulloch, but despite that and the Anglophile mild bigotry I share with John Derbyshire (even against my own Catholic Irish ancestors, though it is fading with my old Whigness), I’ll have to side with Torrianni and Rienzi. McCulloch’s main problem with Southern Europeans (Torrianni uses the term IIB, or Italian-Iberian-Balkan) is that they will breed with Northern Europeans and bring about the extinction of the more distinctive types. As someone who agrees with Assman [= rajiv's girlish, semi-Mongoloid side-kick "agnostic", who writes, evidently in total seriousness: "Ground zero for hotness, in my book, is Iran."] that the world-center of hotness is nearer to the Mediterranean than Sweden (though I’m open to women of all races and willing to prove it on camera given a suitably pun-filled title), I find his restrictions unacceptable.
Forgive me for suspecting TGGP, along with his fellow GNXPers, is in little danger of reproducing. Don't worry TGGP--I don't think McCulloch's plan includes confiscation of your jack-off material.
Though I’m a big proponent of secession and panarchy/intentional communities (which seasteading should help if it works out) racial separatists often seem to ignore how marginal their viewpoint is and don’t consider the fact that there will be a lot of white people like me who want to live in mixed areas. I want them to leave, and I’d like the option to leave, but I don’t want to be forced to leave with them.
Better argument than "I loves me some airbrushed nekkid photos of Maria Cuccinota so McCulloch is wrong"; but, in point of fact:
(1) McCulloch is well-aware of the present state of public opinion (can TGGP point to any racialist or racial separatist who is not?):
In classical drama a tragedy is the downfall or destruction of a great person, or a great people, often caused by a fatal flaw in themselves, as they can only really be destroyed by themselves, by self-destruction. So it is with the Northern European or Nordish peoples. A dominant ideology and value system that is profoundly anti-Nordish in the most extreme sense -- being against the very existence of the Nordish race -- has turned the Nordish peoples against their race and its interests, co-opting their support for their own destruction.
McCulloch believes "Nordish peoples' support for -- or lack of active opposition to -- multiracialism is largely based on ignorance". He seeks to raise awareness about the consequences of multiracialism and provide an alternative:
We must give the Nordish peoples something to be for and work for -- a credible, meaningful and preferable alternative to multiracialism that will save their race. The Nordish peoples must know they have choices, and be fully informed about the consequences of those choices. We must offer them the choice of racial preservation through the restoration of the racial environment they require for their continued existence. Exposing the racially terminal consequences of multiracialism explains the problem, describes the disease, but does not provide a solution or a cure. The alternative provides the solution, the cure, that will save the Nordish race. With an alternative there is hope. Without an alternative there is only despair. Hope inspires and encourages action. Despair demoralizes and discourages action. As important as it is for the Nordish peoples to know what they should be against, it is even more important for them to know what they should be for, to have something to be for, to have a goal, to have a dream.
On the essential issues--multiracialism threatens the continued existence of Northern Europeans; long-term racial survival requires geographic separation / territorial integrity--McCulloch is unassailable. The details of his proposed partition of the US matter little, for now.
(2) Continuing residential segregation along racial lines (including by those who disavow racialism) suggests most whites don't want to live in mixed areas. Whites already vote with their feet to live among their own. Nor are "Nordish" Americans scrambling to move to Bensonhurst or Staten Island. In my experience, most do not share your predilection for "Med" women; and, of those who do, I suspect most would still choose a prosperous, well-governed, homogeneously Northern European nation over Brazil.