Category Archives: Georgia

July 3: Pro-Confederate Activism

Stafford, VA 75 people showed up to wave the Confederate Battle Flag with the Virginia/Maryland League of the South in Stafford, VA. Lots of familiar faces were in Stafford including veteran activist Ron Doggett. I see that Goad Gatsby showed … Continue reading

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In Chattooga County, GA, SCV Hauls Down Confederate Battle Flag, 100 People March In Protest

These appear to be local people protesting the SCV’s removal of the Confederate Battle Flag from the Chattooga County Courthouse: “Winters did not return a call seeking comment. Stan Hammond commander of the local Sons chapter, said he did not … Continue reading

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The Enduring South

I’ve seen lots of signs of it on the way to Jacksonville: Note: After seeing a dozen or so Confederate Battle Flags and ’56 Georgia state flags near Waycross, GA, I stopped to snap this pic.

Posted in American South, Culture, Dixie, Georgia, History | 10 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

Cartersville & Calhoun, GA Demonstrations

SNN has coverage of the League of the South’s demonstrations in Cartersville and Calhoun, GA. This included a hostile confrontation with several MS-13 gang members who were told to go back to Central America. Note: I’m told there were about … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, American South, Diversity, Dixie, Georgia, Hispanics, Immigration, Race Relations, Southern Nationalism | 7 Comments

Currently Seeking Employment – Professor Mark Patrick George

It has come to our attention that Mark Patrick George, a former professor at Valdosta State University, is very, very upset with this website. As some of you may recall, Professor George first popped up on our radar screen here … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Anti-Racism, Anti-White, Georgia, Progressives, Race Relations, Racism, Whiteness | 52 Comments

#Secede Billboard Goes Up Near Perry, GA

The League of the South has erected its fourth #Secede billboard this year on I-75 North near Perry, Georgia: The #Secede billboard can be seen by commuters heading northbound from Florida toward Atlanta around Exit 121 on I-75 just south … Continue reading

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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

Posted in Activism, American South, Dixie, Georgia, Hispanics, Immigration, Race Relations, South Carolina, Southern Nationalism | 25 Comments

Poor Mark Patrick George

Here’s the latest wrinkle in the campaign against Confederate monuments in Georgia: “The Valdosta State University professor who recently called for ending all state Confederate memorials says the school – under pressure by officials – retaliated by closing his email … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Anti-Racism, Anti-White, Dixie, Georgia, History, Negroes, Race Relations, Racism, Southern Nationalism | 14 Comments

Review: A History of Appalachia

Richard B. Drake’s A History of Appalachia is an excellent introduction to the history and culture of the people of the region. The book can best be described as a scholarly overview of the literature that exists on the subject. … Continue reading

Posted in Alabama, American South, Books, Dixie, Georgia, History, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, Negroes, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Race Relations, Slavery, South Carolina, Southern Nationalism, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, White Supremacy | 6 Comments