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Secession

The League of the South has been a secessionist organization since its inception in June 1994. During the past quarter century we have not wavered from our belief that the

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Serfdom, revolution, or independence?

This article was first published on this website in June 2014. It has been edited for re-publication. Americans, including Southerners, like to imagine themselves as moderates, middle-of-the-roaders who are not

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Past, Present, and Future

No nationalist movement can exist without paying heed to the past, the present, and the future. But for many years, The League of the South was criticized, both rightly and

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A call for Southern unity

Now more than ever the Southern movement writ large needs to be unified with a single focus–the survival, well-being, and independence of the Southern people–and a single organization. The League

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Florida LS State Conference

The Florida League of the South will hold its Annual State Conference on Saturday, 4 June 2016 at Jacksonville Public Library West Branch. (1425 Chaffee Rd S, Jacksonville, Florida 32221)

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Another Jew nominated for the US Supreme Court

Today, President Barack Hussein Obama nominated Merrick Garland, a veteran federal appeals court judge, for the vacancy on the US Supreme Court left open by the recent death of Associate

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“A party which never conserves anything”

We in The League of the South have sought the demise of the GOP for over twenty years. It has betrayed those trusting Southerners to whom it promised things it

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Twelve Fundamental Rules for Southern Nationalists

1. The mantra “Violence [or the serious threat thereof] never settles anything” is patently false. History shows that it indeed does settle many things. Please don’t forget this—your enemy hasn’t.

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Changes

When Barack Hussein Obama promised to “change America” back in 2008, just what did folks think he meant? To me it was crystal clear. He intended to change America by

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Civil war?

America in 2016 is a tinderbox waiting for a spark. The two sides have divided up nicely and there seems no room for compromise. The inevitable conflict, which draws closer