Category Archives: Activism

Operation American Shield

ALIPAC and Overpasses for America, two of the groups which participated in the Make Them Listen protests in July, have scheduled demonstrations in support of Officer Darren Wilson this weekend.

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Gainesville and Greenville Protests

We’ve set a new highwater mark: at least 80 to 100 activists, probably more, protested immigration this weekend in Georgia and South Carolina. Gainesville Exactly a year after the inaugural Uvalda and Vidalia, GA demonstrations, the League of the South … Continue reading

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SPLC Article on Oxford

Keegan Hankes has published his article on the Oxford protest. I don’t have any objection to the content of the article. I will note, however, that we didn’t bring any signs to Oxford because we decided to go on the … Continue reading

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Marching Through Occupied Oxford

In response to the latest wave of political correctness run amok at Ole Miss, the Mid-South Flaggers held their “Marching Through Occupied Oxford” protest this afternoon in Oxford, MS. Approximately 50 flaggers participated in the event including about 15 League … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events

Check out all the events we have coming up on the activism sidebar: Flagging and Marching Through Occupied Oxford, MS (August 9) – While this is not a League of the South event, a protest has been scheduled in Oxford, … Continue reading

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Ole Miss Plans To Get Even More PC

Unbelievable? No, the latest capitulation to political correctness at Ole Miss doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone familiar with the university. It is part of a trend that stretches back to the 1990s. Ole Miss has already replaced Colonel … Continue reading

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Lexington Washington and Lee Demonstration

Yesterday, 13 members of the Virginia/Maryland League of the South joined a crowd of around 300 protesters from the Sons of the Confederate Veterans and The Virginia Flaggers in a demonstration in Lexington, VA against Washington and Lee University’s decision … Continue reading

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“Make Them Listen” Coalition Nationwide Immigration Protests (July 18 and July 19)

“Make Them Listen,” a coalition of mainstream conservative anti-immigration groups, is sponsoring protests of the “border surge” in over 319 American cities. It is already clear that hundreds of ordinary people attended the anti-immigration demonstrations on Friday. The vast majority of … Continue reading

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Oracle Protesters Turn Back Illegal Alien Buses

I’m noticing a trend here … the Bundy Ranch, Murrieta, CA and now Oracle, AZ. Instead of putting their faith in their “elected representatives,” White people in the Southwest are starting to stand up to the federal government themselves. They … Continue reading

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Murrieta Protesters Block Border Patrol Station Buses

If these people had been content to have their fate decided by the Democrat-controlled California state government, the Obama administration, or even worse, a US federal court, there is doubt they would have been stuck with these illegal aliens: Update: … Continue reading

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