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Somebody’s worried . . .

Max Boot, one of the Jewish Neo-Con whiners against anything White and particularly anything Southern, is at it again with the article linked below. If it were only true that

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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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To our Russian friends

We soon will be introducing a Russian language section to the official website of The League of the South. We will encourage our Russian friends to explore our organization and

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The swamp strikes back!

Donald Trump ran for President as a populist who promised to challenge the international “cartel” that had seized power from the American people, particularly the white working- and middle-class. Implicit

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A short morality tale

Do y’all remember once upon a time in the 1990s when the US government under Bill Clinton and Janet Reno burned up all those men, women, and children at the

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The Syrian “chemical attack” crisis . . . Cui bono?

The US Deep State and its allies (particularly Great Britain, France, and Israel) are trying to demonize Assad’s Syria and its ally Russia by any means possible. The latest accusation

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The coming civil war in America

With each passing day, we move closer to open conflict in America–civil war, if you will–between the forces of Western Civilization (which is founded on a biblical understanding of nationalism)

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A Southern nationalist response to Trump’s speech

While I delight in seeing Democrats and other leftists throw tantrums and act like spoiled children in the face of Trump’s presidency, I remind you all that we in The

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Trump and the coming chaos

It is both supremely entertaining and instructive to observe the Trump administration at work. The left is twisting itself in knots over Trump’s constant barrage of Executive Orders (EOs). One

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A lesson learned: modern “conservatism”

I did not watch any of Senator Jeff Sessions’ confirmation hearing for the post of Attorney General in the coming Trump administration. I did, however, hear and see a few