Over the past few months we’ve seen the #blacklivesmatter movement, writ large, manage to cow a small city in Alabama (Anniston) and now a major, flagship State university (The University of Missouri). In the former fiasco, the city fathers in Anniston moved quickly to fire a police lieutenant (Josh Doggrell) because of his membership in The League. Lt. Doggrell was quickly fired within forty-eight hours of the church shooting in Charleston, SC. At Missouri, a coalition of blacks and leftist whites (what we call “anti-white whites”) demanded and got the resignation of President Tim Wolfe because of a campus environment “hostile” to minority interests.
The common denominator in these two cases is the bold demands by blacks and their white progressive allies and the weak, sniveling reactions by whites in positions of power. In Anniston, the municipal government believed that the city would become another Ferguson or Baltimore if white officer Doggrell was not fired, post haste. The black mob, or at least the threat of it, reduced City Manager Brian Johnson to a quivering jellyfish.
Today, the same malevolent forces were unleashed against the white power structure at The University of Missouri. President Wolfe was indeed thrown to the PC wolf pack not just by the university but by most prominent white politicians statewide. All the whites involved seemed to be vying with each other to see who could curry the most favor with the black and leftist white protesters. Much the same kowtowing took place in Anniston this past summer.
What are we to take from this? 1) the white establishment is a push over, having no confidence in itself when confronted with the least charge of “racism,” “sexism,” “homophobia,” or any other progressive epithet; 2) blacks and other minorities–and their anti-white white allies–clearly understand that any demands they make, however outlandish, will be taken seriously by a white ruling class eager to prove how racially “enlightened” it is; 3) normal white folks who see through this scam can no longer entrust the white establishment to protect their interests; they must turn to organizations such as The League for a voice and organizational structure.
The League has said for two decades that the South’s major institutions–from city and State governments to educational institutions–are in the hands of an enemy who has patiently made that “long march” through those institutions. Now we are seeing just how right we were! There is no longer any doubt that the old white power structure, even in the South, is dissolving before our eyes. Our goal–the survival, well-being, and independence of the Southern people–demands a new structure to replace the old in service to our people and our interests. If you agree, join us.