Category Archives: Immigration

The Obama Amnesty

I wish I had something more substantial to say in response to the Obama amnesty. Instead, I will just say that nothing has changed over the past year: there’s no chance the system will ever be reformed, you are wasting … Continue reading

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Live Thread: The Amnesty

Obama is supposed to be announcing the amnesty on television tonight at 7 PM CST. Note: In other news, it is my birthday.

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The Amnesty, Etc.

In the US system, even if you win the election, you lose. The system cannot be reformed. #secede Note: See also the federal judges who recently struck down gay marriage bans in Missouri and South Carolina plus Obama’s latest post-election … Continue reading

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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

Ebola In Texas

The League of the South is going to need some new signs if this outbreak begins to spread … how about “Ebola Kills Southern Workers”? Note: In case you have forgotten (we haven’t), it was recently proven that AIDS was … Continue reading

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Apopka Immigration Hurts Florida Workers Demonstration

Editor’s Note: I counted 20 people on our side in Apopka. More had planned to come but were deterred by the bad weather which didn’t clear up until around noon. It looked for a while like we were finally going … Continue reading

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Sept 11: A Holy Day for Immigration Restrictionists

It is September 11th again – the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 Muslim terrorist attacks on our country. Among the thousands of people murdered on that day, there were 343 overwhelming White New York City firemen. While everyone else was … Continue reading

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Little Rock and Apopka

#wecantwait For over a decade, I was involved in the White Nationalist movement. Do you know what I remember most about those years? I remember waiting … patiently waiting for the day when “it” would happen, when America’s racial and … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, Arkansas, Florida, Hispanics, Homosexuals, Immigration, Race Relations, Southern Nationalism | 9 Comments

Rotherham: The Harvest of “Anti-Racism”

It doesn’t matter how frustrated I get at times with our cause … it is cases like what happened in Rotherham which keep me going, week after week, year after year. Imagine the nightmare that we are leaving behind to … Continue reading

Posted in Anti-Racism, Britain, Diversity, Immigration, Islam, Multiculturalism, PC | 21 Comments

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