Category Archives: Dixie

Meet The “Trans Liberation Front”

The “Trans Liberation Front” are certainly the most bizarre group of people we have ever encountered through our activism: Note: In Tallahassee, the opposition is literally a bunch of campus communists and men who are convinced they are women. We … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, American South, Dixie, Florida, Homosexuals, Southern Nationalism | 28 Comments

Reds Out of Florida

Last Thursday, a communist group from Florida State University called Students for a Democratic Society spit on, stomped on, and burned a Confederate Battle Flag at the Florida State Capitol on the 150th anniversary of Appomattox. The group was protesting … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, American South, Dixie, Florida, Southern Nationalism | 49 Comments

On 150th Anniversary of Appomattox, Communists Stomp On, Spit On, and Publicly Burn Confederate Battle Flag At The Florida State Capitol

Update: Tallahassee SDS is holding their next meeting on April 15 and their next rally on April 18 at the Florida State Capitol. This is an absolute disgrace … what follows is a rant and a call for change. Yesterday, … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, American South, Americanism, Anti-White, Diversity, Dixie, Homosexuals, Progressives, Race Relations, Racism, White Advocacy, White Nationalism | Tagged , , | 55 Comments

The Death of Walter Scott

In this case, I will say that it genuinely does look like this White police officer in North Charleston, SC murdered an unarmed black man. He was charged with murder after the video below surfaced on the internet. Perhaps there … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Crime, Diversity, Dixie, Negroes, Race Relations, South Carolina | 155 Comments

ANN Radio Interview With Rodney Martin

Here’s an interview that I did yesterday of Rodney Martin of the American Nationalist Network. We spent an hour talking about White Nationalism and Southern Nationalism and especially about corporate influence over US immigration policy. California is plagued by some … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Dixie, Race Relations, White Advocacy, White Nationalism | 18 Comments

Vidalia Demonstrations

H/T SNN The League of the South returned to Vidalia, Georgia this weekend to voice opposition to the continued influx of Third World aliens into the heart of “onion country”. Many farmers would rather hire foreign laborers instead of paying … Continue reading

Posted in Dixie, Georgia, Hispanics, Immigration, Race Relations, Southern Nationalism | 7 Comments

Selma 2015: Fifty Years Later, Who Was Really On The Wrong Side Of History?

Is there anything left to say about Selma? When I heard that Barack Obama, George W. Bush, and some 94 members of Congress were going to parachute into town for the annual photo op on that bridge, I made plans … Continue reading

Posted in Alabama, American South, Diversity, Dixie, Negroes, Race Realism, Race Relations | 13 Comments

In Memoriam, Gordon Lee Baum

As many of you are aware by now, my father-in-law, Gordon Lee Baum, Esq., a founder and the present CEO of the Council of Conservative Citizens, passed away last Thursday after a long battle with cancer. He was 74 years … Continue reading

Posted in Dixie, Missouri, Race Relations, White Advocacy, White Nationalism | 27 Comments

Al.com Investigates Big Poultry

None of this comes as any surprise. Here in Alabama, Big Poultry produces and sells over a billion chickens annually. It is a $15 billion dollar industry that dwarfs every other agricultural commodity produced in this state. Georgia, Alabama, and … Continue reading

Posted in Alabama, American South, Capitalism, Diversity, Dixie, Hispanics, Immigration, Race Relations | 43 Comments

League of the South To Celebrate Lincoln’s Assassination In Maryland

“That means nigger citizenship. Now, by God, I’ll put him through. That is the last speech he will ever make.” – John Wilkes Booth “After being hunted like a dog through swamps, woods, and … chased by gun boats till … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Dixie, History, Maryland, Southern Nationalism | 105 Comments