SECEDE Billboard Goes Up In Montgomery, Alabama

Alabama

The League of the South’s second SECEDE billboard is up near downtown Montgomery, Alabama. It is visible off the right side of I-85 North heading toward Atlanta in between the intersections of South Decatur Street and South Union Street.

Media Coverage

Al.com

Note: The UKIP has some excellent billboards which will provide inspiration for future designs of billboards here in Dixie.

Update: The billboard is being taken down by Lamar Advertising. Developing.

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54 Responses to SECEDE Billboard Goes Up In Montgomery, Alabama

  1. The SPLC is using Spelunkenstein’s blog as a reference on their Hatewatch blog.Birds of a feather flock together.

  2. Logan Smith says:

    Michael, you have to be kidding.

  3. Heads Up says:

    Drudge is now covering this story. Look on the bottom far right side of his page.

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