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League visits Emmett Till memorial . . .

Yesterday, The League of the South conducted a small-unit operation at the site of the Emmett Till memorial plaque on the banks of the Tallahatchie River near Glendora, Mississippi (see

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Agenda for 2019 League of the South National Conference

5-7 September in Pine Level, Alabama Master of Ceremonies: Mr. Rick Tyler Conference Theme: “No Compromise With Evil: Defending Our Southern Homeland” Thursday, 5 September Security Team meeting LS Board,

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The New Red Terror: Part Two

“But the Communist soul is the soul of Judaism. Hence it follows that, just as in the Russian revolution, the triumph of Communism was the triumph of Judaism . .

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Charlottesville, Two Years After

On this day, two years ago–12 August 2017–The League of the South went to Charlottesville to defend our Southern inheritance. We moved on foot toward Lee Park, our permitted event

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The War on Whiteness

The ongoing war on Whiteness has reached a fever pitch in America. One of the latest shootings, in El Paso, has been blamed on a “White Supremacist,” and everyone from

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Announcing the 2019 League of the South national conference (updated 15 July)

The 2019 League of the South national conference will be held in central Alabama on 6-7 September. Please mark the dates on your calendar and plan to join us for

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Announcing the 2019 LS national conference

The 2019 League of the South national conference will be held in central Alabama on 6-7 September (exact location to be disclosed later). Please mark the dates on your calendar

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League YouTube channel removed

Today, 5 June 2019, The League of the South’s YouTube channel, Dixienet II, was removed from the internet. It was removed because it was spreading what YouTube/Google called “hate speech.”

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It’s time . . . Southern independence, now!

If there was ever a time to draw the line between the Southern States and the rest, it is now. With few exceptions, no other States except those in Dixie