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League of the South Returns To Expose The Truth About Selma

I said that we would be back. A few weeks ago, the League of the South held a flash rally on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, AL. This led



Taking down our Southern flags and symbols has nothing to do with creating a “better educational environment” or a “safer society for people of color.” It has everything to do


The “Erasing Hate” campaign

On 1 August 2015, the Montgomery-based Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) introduced its so-called “Erasing Hate” campaign. Here is the basic premise of the campaign: “to identify and eliminate government-sanctioned


A Preliminary Statement

In preparation for an official statement from our Staff on the current campaign of genocide against the Southern people and our culture, and in light of the recent violent actions


No fear

I spoke earlier today to an older fellow who lives in Spartanburg, South Carolina. His neighborhood over the years has deteriorated and is now majority black. Nonetheless, this gentleman flies


Shadow Walkers

When you demonize a man–or as in the present situation, an entire people–in the end you create a demon that will haunt you mercilessly in your waking hours and in


A comment

Anyone who cannot see that a war is being waged by Cultural Marxists against white people and their civilization, especially in the South, is either willfully blind or woefully stupid.


Two Flags over Dixie

The League of the South. Our past & our present and future! These things will not be stolen from us by a policy of Cultural Genocide. We will fight together


An “outlaw” flag in defiance of Cultural Genocide

The Cultural Marxists who control the US government, media, and popular culture want to suppress this flag (see photo at right). If they could, they would make it an outlaw


A promise

As Southerners–white men and women–we don’t owe anyone an explanation about our culture or the symbols we have chosen as shorthand representations of ourselves and that unique culture. Those symbols