District of Corruption
Editor’s Note: This article is being updated with photos and video as it becomes available.
by Shane Long
The May Day march in Washington, D.C. was interrupted yet again this year. The League of the South, with members of Trad Youth Network, staged a successful demonstration in opposition to the enemies of all things normal and productive as they made their way through the streets surrounding the White House. Participants traveled from as far away as Georgia and Indiana in a show of solidarity against the anti-white genocide of the Southern people.
The members spent the afternoon Thursday handing out copies of the Free Magnolia, praying and celebrating our Folk with supporters, and answering questions. We were approached by many Europeans who expressed sincere gratitude for our willingness to take a stand. Supporters included Italian and British media, Russian nationals, and a member of the Scottish national party.
Arriving prior to May Day protesters were members of Casa de Maryland, whose chants against deportation were boisterously answered with cries of “Deportation, Yes We Can.” On they marched ahead like a sea of puppets, save for one. One who would stay behind to learn that we had a common enemy as we spoke against the free-trade policies of the United States government. A hypocritical government which has destroyed the economy of Nations the world over, and caused the very people it portends to represent to become in many ways depending upon foreign slave labor. It is a government which has then invited these same third world immigrants to flood our Southern homeland, replacing the Southern population with a people alien to our culture, views, religion, way of life and survival. Indeed, Southern Independence is the answer to all of these problems.
DC police, as well as other police agencies, were on high alert anticipating violence from the May Day protesters. Paddy wagons at the ready, League members were asked to remain away from certain sections of the street where officers seemingly anticipated large amounts of arrests to be made.
Communist protesters were on slightly better behavior during their march from Malcolm X park, which was streamed over live feed – a service much appreciated by Southern Nationalists who enjoyed the added help in showing the world the degenerate nature of those involved. Communist protesters were shocked and angered to discover they had completed their entire march with at least one well-known Southern Nationalist marching in their ranks in plain view. The infiltrator heroically revealed himself, at last joining his compatriots. Of particular note was the light hearted camaraderie of those in attendance for the League of the South and TradYouth, in stark contrast to the blistering animosity for civilisation displayed elsewhere in front of the White House.
Special arrangements were made to ensure that our demonstrators could leave when we planned without leaving undo unrest in our wake for the city to settle. While prepared to defend our position and our safety, we were pleased to see a great reduction in the number of communist participants. Our intel has learned this was largely an intentional move by May Day organisers who feared many of their more outspoken participants were more of a liability than they were worth. Given the conversations our demonstrators made with the general public, we can’t fault the May Day organisers for wishing their marchers didn’t need overseers.
Our demonstrators stood firm with dignity as several of the marchers hurled slurs and spit in every direction, seeming as though the souls of mad men had long since taken control of their every movement. Fending off agitators and imitators, our message was carried through the streets of Washington clearly: We the Southern people have a right to exist, a right to be free, and we are not going away. Our numbers are growing. Our occupiers in Washington and beyond will know that on this ground, the streets belong to us.
SEIU/CASA de Maryland Demonstration
Fastforward to 18:42 to see the narrator approach our people:
2014 May Day March