One problem that many of the questions have had is that they feel like the poster has an agenda. In this case, the question seems to be promoting that the group of Americans known as black or African-American establish a separate, virtual country. Or a separate, land-based country--it's not quite clear. As a general rule, we consider questions with an agenda to be rants and close them.
The question also makes assertions without citation, e.g.
[...] historically so-called "Colored", "Negro" or "black", "African American" people in the United States, who have not yet formed an independent, sovereign nation or nation-state, though who could spontaneously decide to do so at any moment.
Actually, that group did form an independent, sovereign nation or nation-state in Liberia.
Further, the idea that a group can spontaneously do anything in a moment is somewhat suspect. It is far more likely that a group might decide to do something after a great deal of discussion. That's neither spontaneous nor a moment.
It's also unclear to me what such a separate virtual nation would offer. Because the citizens of the nation would actually reside in other nations, they would tend to be dual citizens. In particular, those born in the United States would be dual citizens, as everyone born in the US is a citizen as per the fourteenth amendment. So what would be gained? As citizens and residents, they would still be subject to the laws and taxes of the US.
Consider the following alternative questions:
Could another group form a virtual nation like the Sovereign Military Order of Malta?
What blocks the blacks/African-Americans in the cotton belt from forming their own nation?
What does SMOM offer to residents in the US? What do they gain from membership that they could not get from a group not recognized as a nation?
These are more narrow and focus on more specific, answerable questions. I might answer the second question and would read answers to the first and third with interest. These could be written without promoting a specific point of view.
As is, I have trouble figuring out what the question is. Is it
- A promotion of the idea of a virtual nation? This would be clearly off-topic.
- Asking how to establish a virtual nation? This might be on-topic, although the current question does not clearly ask this.
- Asking how to establish a land-based nation? If so, it is really unclear that this is the question. It also duplicates the Palestinian question.
- Asking for specific problems with the black/African-American citizens of the cotton belt attempting to establish their own nation? Again, it is unclear that this is what is being asked.
Questions should have a clear purpose that is not to promote one point of view. This one doesn't.