The League of the South held its third rally against Southern Demographic Displacement in Greer and Traveler’s Rest, SC on Saturday.
Around 30 people participated in the Greenville demonstrations in the South Carolina Upcountry which targeted Sen. Lindsey Graham over his support for amnesty for illegal aliens.
As expected, we didn’t run into any anti-racist opposition in South Carolina and most of the locals seemed receptive to our message. If there was any highlight of these demonstrations, it was when a black man pulled over to talk to us in Greer. Referring to Sen. Lindsey Graham’s support for amnesty for illegal aliens, he told us, “I have been preaching this for years. These Mexicans taking our jobs aren’t even Americans.” He later drove back by us and saluted us from his vehicle.
On the eve of the Greenville demonstrations, the ADL wrote a blog post which attacked this website for putting Sen. Lindsey Graham’s fundraising in South Florida and his war mongering for Organized Jewry in the spotlight. Abraham Foxman, the National Director of the ADL, recently lamented a “weak and retreating” United States which “cannot be counted on” anymore to fight wars on behalf of Israel. Foxman claims he is losing sleep over this “deep and dangerous change.”
Once again, these blog posts from the SPLC and ADL, which have paralyzed the White Nationalist movement with fear, proved to be the least of our problems. Winter Storm Cleon, or Icemageddon, dropped snow, ice, and sleet across much of the Southeast, which resulted in cancelled flights and closed roads which prevented many of our supporters from coming to South Carolina. Heading into the Greenville demonstrations, there was also a 70 percent chance of getting rained out on Saturday.
Aside from Cleon, it just so happened that the SEC Championship Game between Auburn and Missouri was on December 7th in Atlanta, and college students were busy with finals. There was a wedding in Alabama which much of the Alabama state leadership had to attend. The League of the South’s president, Dr. Michael Hill, was unable to come due to a bad case of the flu. Finally, three weeks out from Christmas, a lot people couldn’t come because they are traveling somewhere else to be with their families.
Fortunately, the bad weather elsewhere didn’t turn out to be a problem for those who us who made it to the Greenville area. While a lot of the people who were at previous demonstrations couldn’t come this time, there were new people in South Carolina who weren’t in Uvalda/Vidalia or Murfreesboro/Shelbyville.
Looking back on 2013, I can now say that we were there to stand with Tom Watson, to protest Mayor Paul Bridges in Uvalda for suing Georgia with the SPLC to gut its immigration law, to oppose Tyson Chicken and the US State Department’s refugee resettlement policy for changing the demographics of Middle Tennessee. Now I can add protesting Lindsey Graham in his own backyard for being the biggest warmongering, amnesty supporting Jewish sockpuppet in the US Senate.
Next up, Florida.