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Richmond students push for ‘Rebel’ mascot, administrators protest

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July 29, 2014

A group of students at Douglas S. Freeman High School have collected over 1,200 signatures from students, alumni and parents asking that their school re-adopt the mascot ‘Rebel Man’, who is dressed as a Confederate soldier. T Rees Shapiro reports for The Washington Post that Southern identity is behind the effort. Shapiro writes: “I think he really...
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Oak Ridge anti-Southern accent class cancelled after complaints

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July 29, 2014

WWMB Carolina Live is reporting that the US Federal Government’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Tennessee was holding classes for employees aimed at ‘teaching them how to reduce their Southern accents.’ Apparently, a single employee had requested the class. Management acted upon that request to offer them to everyone. These classes were recently cancelled...
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Colmes attacks Peroutka over ‘Dixie’, liberal commenters express hatred of South

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July 28, 2014

Left-wing US media figure Alan Colmes has a new post on his site Liberland entitled GOP Candidate Asked Audience To Rise For National Anthem, Then Sang ‘Dixie’. It covers a two year old story, noting that at the 2012 League of the South National Conference Michael Peroutka, who recently won the Republican nomination for a county council seat in Maryland, advocated...
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Secede: Augusta, Georgia

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July 28, 2014

Members of the League of the South demonstrated (see video and pictures below) around Augusta, Georgia this afternoon in favour of secession. They held up a banner reading ‘#secede’ at the Jefferson Davis/5th Street Bridge, Riverwalk, a downtown Mexican restaurant, Springfield Village Park and the Confederate Powderworks. The League of the South is a Southern nationalist...
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Pre-order SN flags

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July 27, 2014

Patriotic Flags (based in Charleston, SC) is currently the only company which sells the Southern Nationalist/Black Cross flag. They originally ordered a batch of 100 and sold out of those immediately. After some trouble re-ordering they have managed to do so and have a batch of 300 coming in soon. Normally Patriotic Flags doesn’t do pre-orders; however, so...
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Leftists call on Maryland GOP leaders to denounce Peroutka

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July 25, 2014

The Capital Gazette is reporting that George Johnson, a candidate for Anne Arundel County Executive, was recently joined by ‘a host’ of other Democratic candidates as well as ‘an African-American group’ in demanding that Republican candidates distance themselves from GOP nominee Michael Peroutka over his connections to the League of the South. The Capital...
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The visuals of immigration protest

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July 20, 2014

When it comes to visuals and staying on message not all anti-immigration protests are created equal. One merely has to compare the visuals on display last weekend at the ‘Make Them Listen’ demonstrations across the United States with those staged by Southern nationalists over the last year across the South. The US conservatives who participated...
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Poll: Young Mississippians supportive of Southern secession

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July 20, 2014

A poll conducted last week by Public Policy Polling (PPP) suggests that the idea of Southern secession is catching on in Mississippi, at least among young Republican voters. The poll, which also included questions about the recent primary runoff between incumbent senator and ‘respectable conservative’ Thad Cochran and his Tea Party challenger Chris McDaniel,...
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Kentucky LS ‘Stand for Coal’ demonstration

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July 19, 2014

Some pictures from today’s League of the South demonstration standing up for Kentucky’s coal industry.  State Chairman Coleman Lacy reports on the event: Saturday morning around 9:20 we arrived in Pikeville Kentucky, a coal town of about 6,900 people. There were seven of us there: 5 from Kentucky, one gentleman from Tennessee and one...
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Loving a country that hates you

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July 16, 2014

Michael McGregor’s recent article ‘The Hope of Europeanization’ for Radix Journal hits upon a theme that we have relentlessly pounded home since SNN was founded. McGregor writes: here’s a tremendous amount of cognitive dissonance in the minds of conservative Americans who still cling to the idea of America, yet are terrified by the changing...
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Michael Savage on US ‘ethnic replacement’ of Whites

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July 15, 2014

Conservative radio host Michael Savage, who has the Internet’s most popular streaming radio show, is a frequent critic of Third World immigration. Recently, on his show he delved into the issue head-on in a way that most ‘respectable conservatives’ hosts would not. He noted that the US Federal Government is allowing an ‘influx’ which ‘is aimed at...
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‘Nine Nations’ author says national distinctions persist

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July 15, 2014

Joel Garreau, a professor at Arizona State University and former editor of The Washington Post, wrote a book in 1981 entitled The Nine Nations of North America which drew borders based on cultural differences rather than arbitrary straight lines. Garreau’s book was less a manifesto about proposed national boundaries than it was a statement of...
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Campaign for Birmingham ‘Mantra’ billboard

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July 14, 2014

Recently, SNN spoke with the organiser behind the ‘Mantra’ billboard which appears along I-20 on the outskirts of Birmingham, Alabama. Birmingham is a corrupt, crime-ridden city governed by a Black Leftist regime which is hostile to Southern identity and interests. The Birmingham billboard reads, ‘Anti-racist is a code word for anti-White.’ We are told...
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Hundreds protest Washington & Lee’s flag removal

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July 26, 2014

A large number of people, including many from the Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV) and the League of the South, were at Washington and Lee University in Virginia today to protest recent decisions by the school to remove Confederate symbols and push an anti-Southern, Leftist agenda. The school was named after Confederate General Robert E Lee, who served...
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Mint julep & the Golden Circle

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July 26, 2014

One of the South’s most iconic symbols is the mint julep, a refreshing alcoholic drink now closely associated with the Kentucky Derby. The drink typically includes mint leaf, bourbon, sugar and water, though there are numerous variations on the mint julep throughout the Southern States. Traditionally, it is served in a silver cup and...
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Reidsville Confederate monument moved to cemetery

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July 20, 2014

After years of court battles, the enemy gets what it wants and the Southern people have to see more of their symbolism and monuments relegated to cemeteries.  Of course the United Daughters of the Confederacy thinks it is just great that a statue that used to greet citizens and travelers alike to Reidsville, NC...
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Washington & Lee University folds, removes Confederate symbols

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July 8, 2014

Kenneth P Ruscio, president of Washington and Lee University, announced today that the school will remove the Confederate flags which have for many decades hung in Lee Chapel, according to The Washington Post. The announcement comes in response to the demands of a group of Black students called ‘The Committee’ who have called for the school to...
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Southern Anglicanism & the Golden Circle

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June 11, 2014

V Francis Knight’s article ‘North American Anglicanism: Three Distinct Traditions’ in Renewal, a publication of the Secker Society, a traditionalist organisation based in Albany, New York, touches on many of the themes developed here on SNN over the last few years. Knight notes that the South’s plantation culture came from the Caribbean and South Atlantic....
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History & the Southern worldview

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June 5, 2014

The traditional South’s approach to history differed remarkably from the approach of the United States as a whole. Its anti-democratic foundations and appreciation for a cyclical understanding of time coloured the Southern worldview. As well, the Old South’s view of defending civilisation and an older understanding of liberty against radicalism, equality and consolidation contributed greatly to its worldview. Elizabeth and Eugene Genovese sumnmarise...
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VA Flaggers raise another Battleflag over I-95

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May 31, 2014

What began in September has continued.  The Virginia Flaggers, one of the most active ‘Flagging” groups in all Dixie, has raised another Confederate Battle flag over I-95 for all to see. The Virginia Flaggers are pleased to announce the raising of the 2nd I-95 Memorial Battle Flag in the Commonwealth. A 20’ x 30’...
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Southern art depicts continued defiance

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May 25, 2014

On page 409 of his lengthy work South Carolina: A History, historian and radio host Walter Edgar notes the political significance of the artwork which adorns an historic courthouse in Newberry, South Carolina: Old Newberry Courthouse (1852); the bas-relief in the pediment was added in 1879 and reflects local white sentiment about Reconstruction. It depicts an...
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Ile-a-Vache: Lincoln’s failed efforts to colonise Blacks in Haiti

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May 14, 2014

One of the lesser known programs of Lincoln’s administration, as detailed by Purdue University professor and author Dr Robert E May in his book Slavery, Race, and Conquest in the Tropics: Lincoln, Douglas, and the Future of Latin America (Cambridge University Press, 2013), took place after his famous Gettysburg Address (in which he pronounced that the Union was...
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Missouri Confederate Memorial Day

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May 4, 2014

Brad Griffin of Occidental Dissent (who is one of the scheduled speakers at the 2014 League of the South national conference this summer) is seen here in a picture taken earlier today at a Missouri Confederate Memorial Day event.
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Tallahassee, FL classroom in 1957

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May 4, 2014

The picture below was reportedly taken in a classroom in Tallahassee, Florida prior to the implementation of US policies which destroyed local schools across the South and beyond. Notice how healthy, happy and well-behaved the children appear. Also notice that they are being raised with a sense of identity, culture and attachment to their people....
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Luraghi: The achievement of Southern national consciousness

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May 2, 2014

Historian Raimondo Luraghi explores the rise of Southern national consciousness and its significance in a portion of his important work The Rise and Fall of the Plantation South (1978). Luraghi notes that hundreds of years of what he terms ‘seigneurial’ civilisation had by the mid-nineteenth century given birth in the South to a ‘power, prestige, and self-consciousness’...
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SN medicines advertisement from 1917

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April 17, 2014

The pictures below were taken today of the remains of a publication from Augusta, Georgia from the year 1917. It was found in an old barn across the Savannah River in Aiken County. The advertisement for medicines offered by J B Davenport & Co reads: We make these. They are better than any Northern-made medicines. They are made...
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Culture

The United States Supreme Court Unchained

We’ve all looked at the history of the US Supreme Court and its inevitable march towards absolute US government power.  It all began in 1803, not 2009, when the court defined its own power via a decision. Nice work if you can find it.  Many of us would like to define the power of...

The Celts

This post was prompted by a documentary series I just finished watching entitled The Celts. I watched it on Amazon Prime, but you can also watch all six episodes here for free on Hulu with commercials. The series does have its problems. Some people can’t even stand the pseudo-Celtic soundtrack, and I personally have...

Mississippi ladies play ‘grand’ version of ‘Dixie’

Southern ladies in Crystal Springs, Mississippi play ‘Dixie’ on four grand pianos at once. The music starts slow and has a great conclusion. It was recorded earlier this year. Thanks to Magnolia State Heritage Campaign for the link!

The Lone Ranger

I just saw the new Lone Ranger movie. It has its issues, but it’s not the bomb the critics claimed. Of course it’s not the most intellectually stimulating movie, and anyone who even knows basic history knows the movie took numerous liberties. The transcontinental railroad didn’t run through Texas, for example. I also think...

Songs of the Revolution: ‘Trouble in America’

The British band Razorlight has some excellent commentary and nice sounds in the song ‘America.’ Southern nationalists will no doubt nod their heads in agreement when they hear the lyrics of this song:’ There’s nothing on the TV/ nothing on the radio that means that much to me/ All my life/ been watching America/...

Songs of the Revolution: ‘Tennessee Waltz’

The ‘Tennessee Waltz’ is one of the State songs of Tennessee and many Tennesseans identify with the tune. It was originally written as a country western song but has been adopted into many different styles.  It’s played by the Pride of the Southland Marching Band regularly and is always played after a victory in...

Songs of the Revolution: ‘Molon Labe’

Jake Cheek offers a defiant, pro-Southern message with a traditional Country music sound in this live version of his song ‘Molon Labe,’ a famous refrain that is historically attributed to King Leonidas I of Sparta. Cheek offers it in the same spirit to those who would attempt to disarm him or destroy his liberty and...

A sidewalk leading to nowhere

Mississippi writer and professor Stark Young, who later taught in Texas, Massachusetts and New York, imparted the following image and words of advice in his essay ‘Not in Memoriam, But in Defense’ that was included in the 1930 Southern agrarian manifesto, I’ll Take My Stand: I need not forget the grace I celebrate, nor the consideration for...

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