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A Bazooka in Every Pot

“Are we at last brought to such humiliating and debasing degradation, that we cannot be trusted with arms for our defense? Where is the difference between having our arms in

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Our task

Modern adherents of liberal democracy see the Enlightenment and the political systems that emerged from it as having freed mankind from the domination of the old social order–that of kith

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In defense of our blood

Shortly after we formed The League in 1994, I was a guest on the Alan Colmes radio show on WABC in New York. Colmes, who at that time was the

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The symbolism of the Black Cross of Southern nationalism

  The Black Cross of Southern nationalism is highly symbolic. Besides being an ancient symbol associated with certain of our people, it has other meanings. It is a stark and

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Twelve fundamental rules for Southern nationalists

1. The mantra “Violence [or the serious threat thereof] never settles anything” is patently false. History shows that it indeed does settle many things. Please don’t forget this—your enemy hasn’t.

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The League is growing

William Flowers, Vice-Chairman of the Georgia League of the South, wrote recently: “The League is growing younger, more radical, and more aggressive with each passing year.” That is an excellent

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Liberal democracy v. Organic nationalism

Since the 18th century Enlightenment, the West has made an idol of liberal democracy. It has in effect become the political default position of most Westerners, including most Americans. We

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For your 4th of July reading pleasure

THE TREASON OF THE ELITES Southerner, do you curl up in the corner and tremble in fear when someone calls you a “racist?” Neither do we. Because the enemies of

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League of the South memes: Are you Southern nationalist material?

When you consider that the USA is a failed leftist multicultural experiment, then you realize just how important The League of the South’s work is. If you think like we

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A flag for the League

In late August 2013, The League of the South conducted the first in what is now a year-long series of street demonstrations. Gathering in the little South Georgia town of