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LS Statement on Covid-19 crisis

As Chief of The League of the South, I want to assure our members and supporters that their safety and well-being are our top priorities during this Coronavirus pandemic crisis.

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The question remains: can we get a fair trial in Charlottesville?

Looks like there are some strange connections here . . . https://national-justice.com/bombshell-staff-writing-legal-opinions-charlottesville-judge-norman-moon-hold-egregious-conflicts

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Can defendants get fair trial in Sines v. Kessler?

Seems that this attorney is trying to get lots of publicity for the Sines v. Kessler, et al trial in Charlottesville this coming October. Perhaps trying to influence public opinion

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Hunters

First of all, I do not watch TV nor do I have it in my home. So I will not be watching the Jew murder fantasy called “Hunters,” which is

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Doing our duty

If you’re going to contribute to The League’s legal fund, now would be a good time to do it. This year will be a crucial one in the existence of

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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