I can’t improve upon a remark that Brian Pace made on Facebook: Democrats or Republicans, it is two wings of the same buzzard.
Both American political parties are the puppets of the same oligarchs. Both political parties push the same agenda of open borders, multiculturalism, exporting jobs, negro worship and foreign wars without end.
“CPAC 2015 got a shock to their system when the League of the South and a few members of TradYouth, lead by “new face of hate” Matthew Heimbach, organized in opposition. Originally planned as an anti-immigration rally, plans were altered in recent weeks to fit current events within CPAC.
On Friday, members of the League attended the conference and gained numerous contacts within the GOP, many of whom expressed their disillusionment with the Federal system and both sides of the political party game.
Saturday’s CPAC panel featured the Log Cabin Republicans, a republican homosexual group. The panel was intended to discuss the need for stronger measures within the United States government against Russia, a country which has seen enormous growth since the fall of the Soviet Union. Of particular interest, an insistence on the necessity of the Republican Party to defend the borders of Ukraine. An issue which apparently holds much higher significance than the security of our own border on the list of priorities for Republicans.
Given the calls for military action which would no doubt send countless more Southern men to fight and die for the US government on foreign soil, our focus shifted to an opposition to US foreign policy. Our sides were flanked by Southern Nationalist and Confederate Battle flags. Russian Tsar flags signified our acknowledgement of the Christian people of Russia. Signs opposing US intervention and US anti-Christian foreign policy were displayed, along with “GOP is anti-white”.
We saw more media interest than I’ve personally ever witnessed at a demonstration, but several notable mentions include a Norwegian journalist who opted to shadow us through the event, the Washington correspondent for Political Cesspool and the Guardian. Liberty Lamp made an appearance, incorrectly (intentionally?) crediting the event to American Third Position to their leftist twitter feed.
While we encountered a few loud, effeminate young males who felt the need to threaten us with their entire non-existent political careers, we received mostly positive feedback. Several passersby asked to join us waving flags temporarily. At every opportunity Southern independence was put at the forefront of conversation. Unlike regular LS demonstrations, CPAC afforded us a direct audience, coming straight out of a convention which left many disappointed and sickened. The League was shown as the only true alternative to the nonsense they had just endured inside.
The biggest lesson learned as a group was the ability to be flexible with the situation; to bend our understanding of how a demonstration should be held when the target audience called for it. As an individual, though I already knew it cognitively, it was a chance to truly see the lack of difference between mainstream republicans and democrats. As more Southerners come to this realization, they will find the League of the South has the only logical way out.”
Note: Liberty Lamp denies appearing at CPAC although Daryle Lamont Jenkins was there.