A personal note

Michael Hill a great day for Southern Nationalism 19 May 2014On my way home from the gym this morning, I started thinking about how the “progressive” left demonizes us with the most wild and vicious rants. Of course, they criticize the GOP and anyone else to the right of Teddy Kennedy but they save the real vitriol for folks like us.

I’ve been at this now for over 20 years. At first those harsh words stung, simply because I wasn’t used to them. But as I gained more experience with the passage of time and events, they began to sting less and less. Now, they just make me smile . . . really! I don’t take them personally as I once did. In fact, I smile because the worse the invective the better I am doing my job. The louder the SPLC, ADL, NAACP, and the whole gaggle of tongue-waggers yowl, the more I know I am on to the truth of a particular matter.

My Daddy taught me this years and years ago, and he was right. The louder a man hollers, the guiltier he probably is.

Like many League members, I don’t have to worry about losing my job if I’m too politically incorrect; conversely, as League President I am more likely to lose my job if I’m not politically incorrect enough! So, let the leftist progs wailed and scream, whine and moan, and call me “racist” and “anti-Semite.” I’ll just smile and keep on pounding home our message of the survival, well-being, and independence of the Southern people.

I am going to speak the truth as I see it and act for the benefit of my people–white Southerners–as long as the good Lord gives me breath, strength, and the resources to do so. I thank Him everyday for allowing me to have a part in such an honorable fight.

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.