Michael (aka Martin Luther) King, Jr. day

M King at Highlander Folk School Jan 2016Once again, The League of the South, the premier Southern nationalist organization, calls upon the governments of the Southern States to withdraw any official recognition of the federal holiday for Michael (aka “The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther”) King, Jr. (At right, King at the pro-Communist Highlander Folk School in Grundy Co., Tennessee, in 1963).

“The Rev. Dr.” King was a well-known philanderer, abuser of women, plagiarist, academic fraud, and Communist sympathizer (or even an outright Communist himself). Such a man is not deserving of honorable recognition in any society that is sane and civilized. And because the Southern States are still sane, civilized, and comprise the “Bible Belt,” we call upon them to distance themselves from the disreputable Michael King and his dishonorable, unchristian behavior.

In addition, we call upon our State, county, and municipal governments in the South to wipe clean the name of Michael King from all public venues.

There are many honorable men and women in our history who deserve a day of recognition set aside to celebrate their accomplishments. Michael King is not one of them.

Michael Hill

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Michael Hill

Dr Michael Hill is President of the League of the South. He is a retired university professor of history and author of two books on Celtic warfare.