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Knoxville report

Here is a link to a report of our recent St. Patrick’s Day demonstration in Knoxville, Tennessee, from one of our members who participated: https://dixie.christogenea.org/articles/knock-knock-knoxville

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The League in Knoxville but no Antifa

On St. Patrick’s Day, The League of the South took 35-40 Southern nationalists & went to the heart of Antifa territory at Market Square in downtown Knoxville, Tennessee. We were

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Statement on Matthew Heimbach and TWP

Yesterday (13 March 2018) news broke of the arrest of Matthew Heimbach, head of the Traditional Workers Party (TWP), for domestic assault charges in Indiana. Since then, we have learned

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Announcing the 2018 League of the South national conference

The 2018 League of the South national conference will be held in the Southern Cultural Center in Wetumpka (Elmore County), Alabama, on 29-30 June (Friday-Saturday). The center is located at

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LS Statement on Southern/White Nationalism

I am a Southern nationalist (SN). I am a proud White man. I suppose that also makes me a White nationalist. So in reality I am a Southern/White nationalist. What

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Stormfront Action radio

The League of the South is co-hosting an hour long radio show called Stormfront Action. It runs from 9-10 a.m. (EST) Monday through Friday on the Stormfront/Rense Radio network. Joining

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Clean water and civilization: a cautionary tale

Several things are synonymous with civilization. One of them is a steady supply of clean, potable water. I have recently seen several reports saying that Capetown, South Africa, once the

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Off and running in 2018: Tallahassee, Florida

LS Directive 05012018 The League of the South will hold its first major public demonstration in Tallahassee at the old Florida State Capitol building on Saturday, 27 January. More details

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What to make of Roy Moore’s defeat

Yesterday, liberal Democrat Doug Jones defeated conservative Republican Roy Moore by a razor thin margin (about 1% or some 13,000 votes) in Alabama’s special Senate election to fill the remainder

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Charlottesville: An independent report

From Brad Griffin, League of the South Public Affairs Chief, on Charlottesville: http://www.occidentaldissent.com/2017/12/02/bombshell-independent-review-finds-charlottesville-police-department-thwarted-unite-the-right-rally/