The symbolism of the Black Cross of Southern nationalism

 

SN flag shield from Harold CrewsThe 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 simple symbol, signifying our fundamental cause and our bold and direct approach to it. The white field stands for our Folk and for purity. The black cross stands for no surrender.

In a day of ambiguity and indecisiveness, we are projecting certainty and strength. Moreover, we now have a symbol that in 2014 is uniquely ours. When someone sees the Black Cross there will be no mistaking who is in the field–The League of the South.–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.