Michael Hill: My pledge of allegiance

Michael Hill a great day for Southern Nationalism 19 May 2014I’ll turn 65 on my next birthday. I was born only six years after the end of World War Two. I was alive at the same time as Winston Churchill and Josef Stalin. In other words, I’ve been around a while and have seen a lot.

I remember a time when I felt comfortable pretty much everywhere I went, from the rural, the suburban, to the urban. And the reason was simple: the white European man was clearly in control of all those areas. I never thought of taking a pistol with me when I went to downtown Birmingham, or Memphis, or Atlanta. The South, in particular, was still thoroughly White Man’s Land (but that was slowly changing because of the federal government’s involvement in forcing “civil rights” for negroes down our throats).

Of course that world is now gone, or has all but disappeared. Excepting the rural areas where my people still dominate, I feel like an exile when I go to much of the suburban and urban South (not to mention the hell holes outside of it). I surely go armed these days!

The Browning of America, and my native South, was not something to which I assented, and I surely do not approve of it. It is not what my ancestors intended for me to inherit. But truly I have only myself to blame for this tragic fate. While it was happening I did not do enough to stop it. Now, my children and grandchildren may have to pay the price that will come from being a hated white minority in a majority non-white land. And non-Christian, too, I might add, so I don’t expect any mercy will be shown them.

So whatever time the Lord of Hosts–whom I gladly will serve with all my heart, mind, and strength–may allot for me from here to the end, I pledge to spend fighting to restore the South as White Man’s Land. I do this because I believe the admonition in 1 Timothy 5:8. “But if any provide not for his own, and specially for those of his own house, he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel.” (KJV)

So, in direct contradiction to the politically correct dictates of the current day, I pledge to be a white supremacist, a racist, an anti-Semite, a homophobe, a xenophobe, an Islamophobe, and any other sort of ‘phobe that benefits my people, so help me God!

And I encourage you all to do the same, for this is what it will take for us to save the South for our dear progeny. Anything else is merely a half measure and should be put away with contempt.–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.