The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has broken its silence on the recent demonstrations by the League of the South (LS) in Uvalda and Vidalia, Georgia. The main thrust of the piece was to attack Uvalda’s police chief Lewis Smith for accepting an award from the LS, which the SPLC describes as ‘extremists’.
The SPLC used the services of an infiltrator named Keegan Hankes (who claimed to be from Alabama) who at first said he was interested in the League because of its activism. He held a sign denouncing the pro-amnesty mayor and had dinner with League members.
It’s interesting to note that the SPLC concedes that the demonstration was ‘notable for the lack of overt racism’. The piece also points out that participants were ‘subject to a strict dress’ and ‘smiled and waved to local traffic’. But, of course, ‘Despite the veneer of moderation, the underlying message was clear: This land belongs to white people.’
The piece recognises OD and refers to it as a ‘racist blog’. It notes our upcoming demonstration in Mufreesboro, Tennessee. And it also mentions our new and popular Southern Nationalist Activism Flag in the first sentence. All and all, this was excellent coverage, despite the expected references to participants as ‘neo-Nazis’ for opposing the SPLC’s anti-White agenda.
Editor’s Note: The SPLC was kind enough to send us some backup to carry our signs. Thanks y’all.