An official statement from The League of the South

Michael Hill a great day for Southern Nationalism 19 May 201411 July 2016

There has been lots of big talk lately from Black Lives Matter (BLM), the New Black Panther Party (NBPP), and various other leftist groups. There also has been some jawing from the other side. When all is said . . . and done . . . all this talk means absolutely nothing.

Without drama or flourish, here is The League’s official position on all the current mayhem in the streets:

Our goal is the same today as it always has been: the survival, well-being, and independence of the Southern people. We shall continue to work by social, cultural, economic, and political means to achieve our objectives.

As Southern nationalists, we shall use whatever means are necessary to defend ourselves, our families and friends, our property, and our homeland against whatever threats may be arrayed against them. This includes threats from the US government and any of its agents.

To our idle white brothers and sisters in the South: you may not support us (yet), but we will continue to fight for you and for a safe and prosperous future for your children and grandchildren in Dixie. When you are ready to join the struggle, we will be ready to take you in.

This is our land and we will fight for it. We will not share power in it with any other group(s). Others before us tried that route and it has proven an abject failure, as you can see all around you in 2016. Henceforth, we shall conduct our policy based on the reality of the situation and not on how the leftist “experts” think things should be. Their policies have failed. There shall be no “equality” in our South. Our intent is to make it “White Man’s Land,” a place where our progeny can thrive in true liberty and security.

Our watchword is no compromise and no surrender.–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.