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Past, Present, and Future

No nationalist movement can exist without paying heed to the past, the present, and the future. But for many years, The League of the South was criticized, both rightly and

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It is war

“The righteous shall rejoice when he seeth the vengeance: he shall wash his feet in the blood of the wicked.”–Psalm 58:10 (KJV) It seems that each day brings a new

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Enjoy it while you can

Congratulations, Leftists, You have won. You have taken over the West and now your worldview is triumphant. Europe, America, and the other former lands of Christendom lie within your grasp.

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A little race reality

If you put every negro in America in California or Texas with its present great wealth and infrastructure, those places would turn into uncivilized hell holes in no time at

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Sword Land

We in The League have said over and over for the last two decades that the US government is an organized criminal enterprise. That means that it holds itself above

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God bless the 4th of July?

Cook outs, fireworks, and Lee Greenwood on the airwaves (or perhaps Toby Keith) will characterize how most Americans–including Southerners, sadly–will celebrate the 4th of July or Independence Day. “God bless

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A Plausible Lie: A critique of “The South Was Right!”

The Southern People and Equality of Opportunity Introduction The South Was Right [by Ronald and Donald Kennedy] is a very misleading book that dishonestly portrays the facts and issues pressing

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SBC abandons Confederate battle flag

The “Southern” Baptist Convention (SBC) has voted overwhelmingly to abandon its Southern heritage and the main symbol representing that heritage: the Confederate battle flag. “We call our brothers and sisters

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What’s good for the goose . . .

It is no secret that many Latino/Latina (mostly Mestizos) judges, mayors, law enforcement officials, and politicians in general are members of organizations such as La Raza (the Race). And they

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What was World War Two really about?

As a historian, I find myself speculating from time to time on the question of “what if?” For example, what if the South had won its war for independence in