The idea of partitioned groups of individuals that consent to marry other individuals of their race, doesn’t strike me as something that is morally repugnant; but that’s because there’s nothing that’s morally repugnant, unless one can give a reason. Want of a reason is the trouble. What is usually given is a loose conception of a neatly packaged symbolic reality. And only if you buy into the desires of others.
Reform for individuals tracks a propulsion that anarchists ought to reject. Nothing about reform (better) produces the overthrowing of the system. It is only the overthrow of that system itself that produces whatever, which has nothing to do with the best of the betters. The state will never give us what anarchists want. Therefore, liberal politics, cannot. Etc.,
Being white has at least two senses that need to be discussed: White people in the post-structural sense has to do with being of the ruling class. If being white (this body has the property of being-white) is necessary for rule, we cannot explain how black bodies are in power; if it is sufficient, we cannot explain how many whites do not have any ruling power. Since this is the case, the connection between whiteness and ruling as “the white man” is tenuous, and evidently rhetorical: There is nothing necessary about being white that produces the reality of ruling. The sense of the association comes out a bit more exactly as: whiteness in the ruling sense propels a set of likely potentialities on individuals with white bodies. Ruling propels, however, onto many bodies that aren’t white. Obviously. Therefore, either we affirm that ruling per se is not white; or else, we say, as I’ve said before, that Obama passes (performs) as a white person.
The anarchist tendency is to reject ruling because ruling over people is garbage. If whiteness is synonymous with ruling, then only Marxists are white. Only collectivists are white. Lots of black bodies are white. Everyone should rule together (impossible), or mind to themselves. No human should rule any other.
The problem of being white is not an individualist's problem.