The League of the South has returned to Tennessee.
This time there were no violent Antifa groups tagging along to create a siege mentality. There were no “journalists” who report on “extremism” for Huff Post and The Guardian. There were no clowns making noise to drown out our message or photographers to engage in doxing. There were no steel cages to segregate us from the public. There weren’t hundreds of police officers on the scene. There were no snipers on the rooftops of downtown buildings. When Antifa aren’t allowed to bring their shitshow to town, these events don’t cost taxpayers thousands of dollars either.
Instead of being in Tennessee, Antifa brought their traveling violent shitshow to Philadelphia, PA and Chapel Hill, NC this weekend where 21 of them were arrested for destroying property, inciting a riot, resisting arrest and assault. There is no “moral equivalence” between the two sides. It is not the League of the South out there chanting “eat the rich, feed the poor. Kill one cop, then kill more.” There is only one violent extremist group on Twitter raising money for their bail funds tonight.
Here is the clip of Philly Antifa chanting about dead cops:
Here is the clip of an Antifa brat getting slugged in Chapel Hill:
This was an experiment.
I hope we have finally learned our lesson: without “journalists” around to whip up hate mobs or Antifa groups being dispatched to our events to engage in violence, it is just us out there platforming, exercising our free speech and engaging with the public, which is much more receptive to our message without these circus acts inserting themselves into the story. We don’t need the media to get our message out. As in Selma, this event has already caused a stir and set off a debate online.
Update: Dr. Hill has reported back on how things went on the ground in Livingston. I would be shocked if we didn’t completely shift our operations to this new model.
Brief After Action Report
We had one of our best public flash demonstrations yesterday in the beautiful and largely White town of Livingston, Tennessee (pop. 4,000). On the town square at just before 0800, we were greeted by a local police officer who was extremely friendly to us. I went to the station with him and was given a permit to use the town square for as long as we desire and hand out literature, wave flags, and hold signs and banners.
We stayed for about 3 hours, handed out nearly 900 Free Magnolias, visited stores on the square and spoke to the owners (all friendly), and visited with various townspeople who stopped to see us. The Chief of Police joined us to chat for a while and they invited us to come back anytime. In fact, they are putting up a local Confederate monument this fall and specifically asked for League members to attend. Toward the end of our time there, a small group of motley looking protesters showed up with hand-made signs. There were all but ignored by us and most of the passing motorists.
All in all, it was a great day for The League and for spreading our message among our people. These are the sorts of places we will be concentrating on more and more.
In all, thirty-one League volunteers, looking sharp in our street uniforms, made this happen. We had a great time socializing also, especially at our cookout Saturday night at a rustic cabin.
My congratulations to my Chief of Operations, Ike Baker, for planning this operation and to all our members who showed up and made it a very successful day.
Hail Victory! Hail Dixie!–Michael Hill