I brought this up in an exchange with Greg Johnson.
As far as events go, there isn’t much going on outside the South. The single biggest episode that comes to mind was a rally in Minnesota in May. Otherwise, the North and West have been devoid of activity except for some private events and appearances at Alt-Lite rallies in California.
The three biggest pro-White rallies of the last decade – Pikeville, Shelbyville and Charlottesville – have all happened this year in the South. In all three cases, lots of people came from the North to attend these events. It is not like there isn’t a demand for such events in those areas. We’ve managed to do something like a conference or rally in nearly every Southern state this year.
This is nowhere near the level that is needed, but it is a start. We’re going to normalize this sort of activism in the South. Several of these events – Shelbyville (Tennessee), Pikeville (Kentucky), Charlottesville (Virginia), Battle of New Orleans (Louisiana) and Spencer at UF (Florida) – were major news stories. UniteTheRight was the biggest rally we had ever done.
Why are we even debating American Nationalism when nothing is going on elsewhere? Everything is still underground in the North and West which makes arguing over flags pointless.
Atlanta Forum (January)
2017 League of the South National Conference (June)
Richard Spencer Speech at Auburn (April)
Battle of New Orleans (May)
Patriot Front Torch Rally (November)
Houston Bookfair Demonstration (September)
This Is Texas (June)
Texas Is Ours (June)
Anti-Antifa Demonstration (May)
Pikeville Rally (April)
Stormfront Conference (September)
Memphis Forum (October)
White Lives Matter (October)
2017 Amren Conference (July)
Knoxville Rally (August)
Richard Spencer Speech at UF (October)
Confederate Memorial Day Rally (May)
Gainesville Old Joe Rally (May)
Florida League of the South Conference (June)
Charlottesville I (May)
Charlottesville III (October)