Tallahassee Demonstrations

League of the South protests Marco Rubio in Tallahassee
League of the South protests Marco Rubio in Tallahassee, FL

Florida

On Saturday, the League of the South held its fourth rally against Southern Demographic Displacement in Tallahassee, FL.

The event lasted three hours and took place on the grounds the Florida State Capitol. The rally targeted Sen. Marco Rubio for his amnesty bill which passed the Senate last June.

The weather outside was a sunny and pleasant 71 degrees. In spite of our repeated attempts to incite opposition, which included putting up a gigantic and provocative SECEDE billboard within view of the Florida State Capitol, publicizing our event with fliers over two months in advance, and contacting every sociologist at Florida State University, we couldn’t get a single self-styled “anti-fascist” or “anti-racist” to show up and oppose our “extremist” message on the streets.

We had about 50 people show up in Tallahassee – more than at Uvalda & Vidalia, GA and Greer & Traveler’s Rest, SC, but less than at Murfreesboro & Shelbyville, TN. Unlike our previous demonstrations, we only used the Florida State Flag and the Bonnie Blue Flag this time which looked great flapping in the wind:

Bonnie Blue Flag In Tallahassee
League of the South in Tallahassee
League SECEDE Billboard

The overwhelming majority of the cars that passed by in traffic and responded to our “extremist” message were supportive. As always, we had a few negative responses from the public, but those were firmly in the minority. There was no police cordon at our demonstration. There were no clowns congregating across the street screaming ridiculous messages like “white flour.”

Dr. Michael Hill spoke at length to reporters from the Tallahassee Democrat, Florida State University, and Florida A&M University. Presumably, these reporters are writing articles which we expect will be similar to the media coverage in Murfreesboro. Several League members stood across the street and distributed literature to the public. We were very impressed with the SECEDE billboard which looks even better in person and which has already exposed our message to thousands of commuters.

The takeway lesson from the Tallahassee demonstration is the same one that we learned in Uvalda & Vidalia, GA, Murfreesboro & Shelbyville, TN, Atlanta, GA, and Greer & Traveler’s Rest, SC: the only thing that is really stopping us from organizing in the real world, building up our movement, and explicitly advocating on behalf of our people in the South is our own lack of leadership and initiative.

What’s stopping us from having 200, 150, or 100 people instead of 70, 50, or 27 people at our demonstrations? More than anything else, it is logistics, will power, and the media. I will address each of these topics in separate posts.

Note: SNN has a photo gallery with dozens of images from the League demonstration in Tallahassee.



38 Comments

  1. For me it was about 4 to 5 inches of ice and snow that came in late Thursday through about noon on Friday. Otherwise I would have been there. I already had plans to ride down with another League member from Raleigh.

  2. We know, Harold.

    This has been the coldest winter in decades in the South. The weather is still cold and awful in parts of the South like Missouri. The weather is the main reason why we took three months off after Greenville in December.

  3. Yesterday, Renee and I left Tallahassee and traveled down to St. George Island to enjoy 13 miles of beach without Spring Breakers. We came home last night convinced that we need to hold more demonstrations in the Florida Panhandle.

  4. Re: ‘In spite of our repeated attempts to incite opposition, which included putting up a gigantic and provocative SECEDE billboard within view of the Florida State Capitol, publicizing our event with fliers over two months in advance, and contacting every sociologist at Florida State University, we couldn’t get a single self-styled “anti-fascist” or “anti-racist” to show up and oppose our “extremist” message’:

    But is it really an extremist message? They might have noticed you’re really MAINSTREAMING (instead of EXTREME-ING) — and concluded that you’re as inconsequential and harmless to them as the Tea Partiers and Confederate heritage groups. The newspaper will probably write you a good, ‘fair and balanced’ article. But if your group had included bearded ‘rednecks’ in overalls and work boots (‘clown outfits’) with loyal women and children in tow, carrying second amendment rights’ rifles and other weapons — and that scary new black and white flag — then it really would be an extremist message….

    • But is it really an extremist message?

      No, it is not.

      The Florida secession petition got tens of thousands of signatures. The vast majority of conservatives in Florida strongly oppose amnesty and illegal immigration. That’s why there was so much support for Florida’s Arizona-style immigration law.

      They might have noticed you’re really MAINSTREAMING (instead of EXTREME-ING) — and concluded that you’re as inconsequential and harmless to them as the Tea Partiers and Confederate heritage groups.

      We’re not exhibitionists. We don’t provoke the same kind of negative reaction as the Klan or the NSM. There are thousands of people in Florida, maybe even millions, who oppose immigration and who have entertained the idea of seceding from the United States.

      The newspaper will probably write you a good, ‘fair and balanced’ article.

      No, it will be like the last one in the Tallahassee Democrat.

      But if your group had included bearded ‘rednecks’ in overalls and work boots (‘clown outfits’) with loyal women and children in tow, carrying second amendment rights’ rifles and other weapons — and that scary new black and white flag — then it really would be an extremist message….

      Why would we show up at a public demonstration like the Beverly Hillbillies in overalls with firearms?

  5. “Why would we show up at a public demonstration like the Beverly Hillbillies in overalls with firearms?”

    Because sooner or later you are going to have to use firearms to complete your quest for independence.

  6. Looking briefly at Putin, I’d say that those arms might be coming.

    He’s going to be funding all sorts of fun and games as a counter to Power/Kerry/Albright/Nuland and the vampires of all sorts. Funding a black nationalist secession in Seattle or Philly or something. That’s how Vlad will gets his payback and sheit. He might even bankroll the Zeta Gang in Arizona and Texas.

    A wide awake Russian counter move to American meddling might even end up funnelling cash toward white separatists.

  7. ‘That’s how Vlad will gets his payback’:

    Speaking of Vlad, it is always helpful to ask the question and consider: What would Vlad (Dracula) do?

  8. I don’t have a problem with firearms.

    It is the combination of overalls and firearms that would look ridiculous and detract from our events. There have been firearms at previous rallies.

  9. What WOULD look ridiculous is getting ‘fancied up’ with nice suits, and then carrying rifles. ‘Beachwear’ (sandals and shorts) on men and women, and men’s clothes (such as trousers) on women always look ridiculous, I think, but practical work clothes for either sex go well with weapons and are never to be ashamed of. Incidentally, you ‘all’ do look good in those photos.

  10. Capt John,

    The idea of Putin funding white separatists is ludicrous, for the simple reason that the vast majority of them would have no idea what to do with the money.

    Imagine a vaguely Russian-accented man showing up to a SN/WN rally, offering the leaders 20 million in cash. Such an offer would draw blank looks, and the money, if ever used, would likely be wasted on banalities such as insignificant signs and tiny rallies – maybe even strippers, alcohol and coke.

    I am generally pro-Euro-American, but even I know that most people in the so-called movement would have no idea how to use significant resources, even if they got them.

  11. (Continued)

    Let’s say a family friend knows what it’s like to funnel significant resources to a group or groups that turn out to be completely corrupt and incompetent.

    It happens a lot in the trade.

    It’s easy to take shots, but it’s hard to provide solutions when you get the resources.

  12. Anonymous writes: ‘
    The idea of Putin funding white separatists is ludicrous, for the simple reason that the vast majority of them would have no idea what to do with the money.

    Imagine a vaguely Russian-accented man showing up to a SN/WN rally, offering the leaders 20 million in cash. Such an offer would draw blank looks, and the money, if ever used, would likely be wasted on banalities such as insignificant signs and tiny rallies – maybe even strippers, alcohol and coke.’

    That is probably true with some. But I do think what we have put together in the League of the South recently is different. We are buying advertisement and using media to promote our message. And we are not seeking to reform the system; we are advocating a complete break with it. If we had 20 million dollars we’d first of all put up ‘secede’ billboards in all the Southern capitals and major cities. We’d run radio ads promoting the League and our message. We’d host major Southern cultural events where our political message was in the background. That is how we’d start. And we’d continue in that direction – using the funds to relentlessly pound home our message and make it a mainstream topic of discussion in the South. Even with just a million dollars I believe we could quickly double or triple our membership and hold many more events plus do lots of advertising. The billboard in Tallahassee cost only 2 grand. And we got a decent bit of media coverage from it plus made an event around it. I’m confident that we would use any funds thrown our way to grow our movement and challenge the system.

  13. PalmettoPatriot,

    I should have clearly stated that I feel you folks are doing a wonderful job.

    When you have a positive message (pro-South/pro-White) instead of a negative message (anti-whatever-ethnoreligious group) it’s much harder for the media to distort, misrepresent and smear your point of view.

    Congratulations to you, and everyone who participated.

  14. I did actually mull over the idea that OD (given the use of RT video) was some sort of Russian front.

    Now I’m probably going to be vanished! Heh.

    If I were Vlad I’d be spending money on separatist groups in the US. La Raza, Panthers, The Brigade, Dixie and all that… $50 million would wreak havoc on American domestic politics all along the South West and all along the the nigger cities. Throw in white nationalists for good measure and the entire country would start to shudder. Half a billion? You could win a state or two for yourself.

  15. Hunter, you might not be very interested in the Globalists’ work in the Ukraine, but Globalism is very interested in you — and the ongoing struggle to preserve white homelands in Europe might be more consequential for all of us than plans (or dreams) of reviving the former ‘Golden Circle’ in Dixie and the Caribbean islands.

  16. The Crimean War in the 1850s was connected quite closely to the decisions Napoleon and Palmerston made about the Confederacy and Mexico.

    The Russian Fleet for example, notoriously sided with the Union and docked in SF and New York as a preemption against the RN and French Navy. General Russian support and the abolition of serfdom happened at the same time as the Union sought to abolish slavery.

    Sevastapol and Sumter, even rhymes a bit.

  17. Following up on that point, the ACW did happen in an international situation that benefitted the Unionists. Had the Russians been less friendly toward the Union and on better terms with Britain and France, Napoleon and Palmerston might have felt prepared to interfere and sink the USN and resupply the Confederacy.

    Vlad might be reading this very blog weighing the pros and cons of dropping some cash in the Maidans you are preparing. 😉

  18. “What’s stopping us from having 200, 150, or 100 people instead of 70, 50, or 27 people at our demonstrations? More than anything else, it is logistics, will power, and the media.”

    HW, I think not. Stupid is as stupid does. An article in my latest post, clearly shows that America is now the STUPID nation.

    Oh, wait…. we voted for a Nigger… twice.

    We’ve been stupid, for over six years, now.

  19. Is this America’s first openly anti-white post-white war?

    The ACW and Ww2 notwithstanding…

    Look at the comments on this:

    http://m.dailykos.com/stories/1282835

    Darks and Jews of all sorts spoiling to bomb and asswomp inbred whites.

    I wonder if any of them have considered who is going to bomb said inbred white, who is going to drive and service the tanks, to asswomp said inbred whites. Darkie and Hymie are in for a shock.

  20. Great job Hunter and all our Southern kinsmen!

    Next time, can I do some PR advance work? Compose, send press releases? I am good at that.

  21. To be fair draft riots are a Jewish pastime.

    The entire Bolshevik revolution can be seen as a refusal to continue ww1, by the time that Kerensky got around to drafting the Yeshiva students he was on borrowed time.

    Same shit with Vietnam.

    Draft dodging in ww2 among the Jews was extraordinarily high.

  22. Hunter Wallace says:

    ‘How many live there? Millions?’

    The protesters were Hassidim. Only 16% of the total yid population if I read the article correctly. Huge turnout of the mostly unemployed parasites who are too holy to work and do nothing but read talmud all day.

    http://forward.com/articles/157654/ny-jewish-population-grows-to-m-study/

    N.Y. Jewish Population Grows to 1.5M:
    StudyBy Josh Nathan-Kazis
    Published June 12, 2012.

    The survey calculated the Jewish population in the area at 1.54 million, up from 1.4 million a decade ago. Of those Jews, 32% identify as Orthodox, up from 27% in 2002.

    Among the Orthodox, ultra-Orthodox Hasidic Jews are the largest group, at 16% of the Jewish population of the eight counties counted in the survey. They outnumber both Modern Orthodox Jews, at 10% of the total Jewish population, and non-Hasidic ultra-Orthodox Jews, at 6% of the population.

    Ultra-Orthodox households are far bigger than non-Orthodox households. The mean number of Jewish members of a Hasidic household is 4.8, compared to 1.8 in a non-Orthodox home. (snip)

    Hasidic Jews are the poorest Orthodox group – a full 43% of Hasidic households qualify as poor.

  23. Next time, can I do some PR advance work? Compose, send press releases? I am good at that.

    I think you should stick to your ‘music breaks.’

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