Greenville Demonstrations

League of the South rallies against Southern Demographic Displacement in Greenville
League of the South rallies against Southern Demographic Displacement in Greenville

South Carolina

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.



19 Comments

  1. “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.””

    Spoken like a true Zionist. He’s not losing sleep over the dangers faced by the US, but by those faced by Israel. He’s not an American in any way, shape, or form and never will be. He reinforces the Jew stereotype beautifully. Oh, joy!

  2. Hunter I’m not trying to pick a fight with you but it seems to me the X flag detracts from your message. From my perspective you might as well use the Confederate battle flag. I think that’s the first thing people will think of when they see it. Not that there’s any thing wrong with the battle flag. Understand I’m talking tactics and I’m not criticizing you personally. It’s just what I think of when i see the X flag. The people against you will say the same so your not waving the battle flag but you’ll probably get the same grief for it anyways.

  3. It was good to see you again, HW. Congrats on the baby, and I was glad to hear y’all would like to have several more.

  4. Re: Sam2

    When people see the Confederate battle flag, they already have a fixed opinion on the subject, positive or negative. If we used the Confederate battle flag, we would get sidetracked into a debate over slavery, which is a moot issue, and which has nothing to do with what we are doing or what motivates us.

  5. Interesting about the black man. With the possible exception of the Tom Watson thing, you have avoided conflict with African-American southerners. Will this remain a strategy? Would you let black southerners whose families have been here for generations join your demonstrations?

  6. Hunter Wallace says,”When people see the Confederate battle flag, they already have a fixed opinion on the subject, positive or negative. If we used the Confederate battle flag, we would get sidetracked into a debate over slavery, which is a moot issue, and which has nothing to do with what we are doing or what motivates us.”

    I agree with EXACTLY what you said. When I see the X flag the first thing that comes to my mind is the Confederate battle flag. That being said better you out there with the X flag than not at all. I know this is a little naggy. My apologies. I won’t dwell on the issue any more. The only reason I answered was to point out the way I saw it.

  7. Proud Globalist Race Traitor says:
    December 10, 2013 at 4:00 am
    Interesting about the black man. With the possible exception of the Tom Watson thing, you have avoided conflict with African-American southerners. Will this remain a strategy? Would you let black southerners whose families have been here for generations join your demonstrations?”

    JR replies:

    Hunter Wallace and all true Southern Nationalists do not hate decent Black folks, never have, never will. But, neither did Ian Smith and decent White Rhodesians. It just isn’t realistic for Blacks to join White Southern nationalist demonstrations any more than we can expect poor Blacks in Detroit to embrace Jack Kemp, Rand Paul style Liberarian GOP presidential campaigns, the best we can hope for is mutual respect and understanding and hope the ADL, SPLC, Tim Wise, George Soros etc – hope these types aren’t too successful inciting Blacks to murder us, do on to us what Blacks did on to our people in Haiti, Rhodesia/Zimbabwe.

  8. “the best we can hope for is mutual respect and understanding”

    I agree with Louis Farrakhan. If they refuse to work for us like the sainted cooks, maids, and yard help we had when I was a child, then give American Blacks their own homeland. I don’t think a couple of Deep South states is unreasonable. Alabama and Mississippi come immediately to mind. God knows the fetid subtropical climate there is no fit place for White men.

  9. Regarding the other free speech advice video — http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhmorCtkPWg — if you can’t watch it all, begin at 15:30, where is noted among things that it is illegal now in at least three states to film a police officer on duty; at 23 minutes, speech rights confirmed by recent court decisions (including the right to use a bullhorn to be as loud as necessary to reach an intended audience) are listed; at 45 minutes, an example of an encounter with an unreasonable Black policeman.

    ‘Mainstreaming conservatism’ that treats ‘religion’ as nonessential and divisive, and tries to avoid offending ‘the public’ and ‘law enforcement’ with any other ‘offensive speech’ will never become the channel of white revival that must come.

  10. ‘This thread is about activism, not theology’

    I thought the post disappeared in a glitch. It was not about theology, but advice for free speech on the street, such as the LOS and CofCC demonstrations, the topic of this post. I’ll run it by again, since I went to the trouble twice before, and please read, or skim it, before thinking of deleting again:

  11. In any case, thanks for the free speech forum, Hunter — as free as it is, much free-er than many other related blogs. That is a good thing.

  12. This morning, I find another decent, and I think relevant-to-this-post comment has been deleted, apparently because of Christian content or viewpoint.

    It is clear by now that Mainstreaming WN intends to remain on its present secular ‘foundation’, which I believe will prove a tragic error in the long term.

    OD is still a very free speech forum compared to many others, but there are certain ‘dis-uniformities’ that cannot be allowed to exist if the website and related movement are going to really grow and flourish as intended. Just as the founders of the ‘great’ televised megachurches began their ‘meteoric’ ministerial careers by deliberately removing all the ‘repellent off-types’ from their initial memberships,* in order to intensify the attractive force of ‘just the kind they need’, to bring in more of just the kind they need, so I think it will also prove necessary for Mainstreaming WN to remove its ‘repellent off-types’ (such as ‘religious nutcases’) from its websites and groups, in order to attract more of the kind IT thinks it needs to make its movement multiply, and become very successful, however it defines success.

    The long, very interesting learning curve on this site and related sites has levelled off lately, and finally come to a firm understanding. Thanks in advance for letting this comment stand, and assuming that it does appear, this is to notify everyone: This is my final comment on OD. I cease commenting here in all good will, and peace. Thank you, Brad, for your immense patience with such an off type, and sharing so much space for three years on your forum.

    * Not known from personal experience. I was never a member of such congregations but some of the televangelists have stated this.

  13. Re: Mosin

    You’re overreacting.

    We spend a lot of time and money on these demonstrations. I don’t want our activism threads being dragged off topic into irrelevant theological debates like countless other comment threads on this website.

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