As other commenters have noted, Richard Spencer is right and the author is wrong about Carthage being a white area in the time of St. Augustine – it was. Additional facts the author should know but doesn’t:
–the founding population of Carthage were Phoenicians (also caucasians), as Carthage was originally a colony of Phoenicia.
–Carthage was destroyed by the Romans after the 3rd Punic War and its population massacred or sold into slavery. Afterwards, the Roman colony of Carthage was founded nearby which was populated by Romans and other Italians, all of whom were caucasian – white. These are the people from whom Augustine was descended.
–the Roman Empire itself was overwhelmingly white in racial composition, although it had racial minorities, much like the United States did before the Immigration Act of 1965 began the transformation of America from an overwhelmingly white nation into one which will be “majority-minority” in 30 years or so.
So Richard Spencer’s analogies aren’t so farfetched after all.