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William Flowers interview from Mississippi

Georgia League of the South Vice Chairman William Flowers was interviewed the other day in the city of Jackson by Mississippi Public Broadcasting. The complete interview can be seen below:

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A promise

As Southerners–white men and women–we don’t owe anyone an explanation about our culture or the symbols we have chosen as shorthand representations of ourselves and that unique culture. Those symbols

Activism

The League appeals to Southerners in Jackson, Mississippi

Georgia League of the South Vice Chairman William Flowers spoke before a crowd in Jackson, Mississippi. His account and video of his speech can be seen below: On July 6,

News

Greek referendum

Today, 5 July 2015, the people of Greece voted by nearly a 2-1 margin to reject a deal offered by the country’s creditors in an historic vote that could redefine

Commentary

The League and Southern identity

Over the past two weeks or so, there has been a concerted attack by the Cultural Marxists against the Southern people and their traditional culture. The attacks at first were

Commentary

Celebrating on the fourth day of July, AD 2015

I am celebrating on this fourth day of July, AD 2015. Yes, I am celebrating another day of life, good health, and all the other blessings God has given me

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The battlecry of Rainbow Confederates

“Heritage Not Hate” is the effeminate, limp-wristed, apologetic battle cry of Rainbow Confederates designed to inform the recipient of his message that he is not a “racist”. Pathetic. Mike Sable

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Thoughts on the 4th of July, AD 2015

Thoughts on the 4th of July, AD 2015 Mark A Thomey, Board of Directors The League of the South “The worst derangement of the spirit is to believe things because

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The CONstitution

In this video, Steven Ingram, the public affairs officer for the Florida League of the South enumerates the many reasons why the U.S. Constitution- either by design or default- is