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Landrieu defeated, Democrats rejected by Southerners

December 7, 2014

In a strange turn of events which has been developing over the last half a century the historical party of the South has been almost completely abandoned by Southerners, as the recent defeat of US Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) demonstrates. As James Hohmann notes for Politico, ‘In the final insult of a devastating 2014 election for...
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Religious symbolism: American vs Southern flags

December 2, 2014

The Pew Research Center has a new article by Angelina Theodorou which notes that religious symbolism is common in national flags around the world. According to her study, a third (64 in total) of countries include religious symbols on their banners, an important indication of the faith and culture of the land. The Christian faith leads with...
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Southern nationalism in Miami

November 30, 2014

Over the past few weeks local activists in the Miami area have been hitting the streets; spreading the word about Southern Nationalism and the League of the South. The Black Cross flag flew proudly as Free Magnolias were shared with those who passed by. The message of Florida independence received a very positive response...
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Belk’s pro-Southern slogan & anti-Southern policies

November 27, 2014

Belk is to be commended for its slogan ‘Modern. Southern. Style’ which it adopted in 2010, replacing the previous slogan of ‘All for you!’ The department store was founded in 1888 near Charlotte, North Carolina and continues to be concentrated mostly in the Carolinas, Georgia and Alabama. The chain stretches from Florida to Maryland...
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Happy American Thanksgiving

November 26, 2014

In this new SNN video we give thanks to the American God – the US Federal Government – for all we enjoy here in the ‘land of the free.’ Note: SNN has been on an extended and needed break and will have only periodic posts for the foreseeable future.
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Happy Fall, y’all!

November 17, 2014

Even gas stations’ signs can help identify a particular culture and people and distinguish them from the muddle of universalism. This one was seen today in New Ellenton, South Carolina. It makes use of the Southern English word for second person plural, brought to Dixie by the Ulster-Scots settlers who settled the Southern hinterland of...
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The ‘war’ against international bankers & consolidation

November 16, 2014

While the media and ‘Western leaders’ (such as US President Barack Obama, UK Prime Minister David Cameron and Canadian Prime Minster Stephen Harper) are preoccupied with attacks against Russian President Vladamir Putin for his country’s limited support of the pro-Russian secessionists in Novorossiya (southeastern Ukraine), Italian leader ‘Beppe’ Grillo has issued a declaration of war of sorts against...
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US Federalism: Federal courts vs the people

November 13, 2014

American democracy means that a single Federal judge can over-rule the will of almost all the people of a given State. According to US leaders, the States are ‘laboratories of democracy.’ In reality though, on a wide range of issues important to voters, Federal judges regularly throw out popular local and State laws which...
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Democracy in action: John Barrow’s racial campaign in Georgia

November 3, 2014

John Barrow, the only White Democratic US Congressman left in the Lower South, is running a campaign in Augusta, Georgia based on organising Black Leftists while trying to pick off enough White conservatives to hold onto his seat. Barrow represents Georgia’s 12th Congressional District, which is 59% White, 35% Black and 5.4% Hispanic (mostly Mexican)....
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Support Southern coal miners demonstration

October 26, 2014

On Saturday October 25, 2014, the Kentucky League of the South had its 2nd demonstration (and third overall) in support of Southern workers, specifically coal miners. The first city we visited was Middlesboro, a former coal town of about 10,000 people on the Kentucky- Tennessee border. We were joined by two fellow League members...
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Our future, our nation

October 22, 2014

The following picture was submitted to SNN recently. It was taken north of New Martinsville, West Virginia. It features a Southern nationalist husband and wife holding the Black Cross banner by a Mason-Dixon Line sign. The wife in the picture is expecting the couple’s first child. This is what the future of the Southern people looks like:...
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League of the South’s Cartersville & Calhoun immigration protests

October 20, 2014

Last Saturday the League of the South held demonstrations (see video and pictures below) near Rome, Georgia in the towns of Cartersville and Calhoun. This area in particular, as well as north Georgia in general, has been flooded with Third World immigrants, primarily Mexicans and other Hispanics, resulting in ‘profound social, cultural and demographic change’ with...
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Thank God for Christopher Columbus

October 15, 2014

This past weekend we celebrated Columbus Day.  Celebrating the man who ushered in a new era of expansion for Western Civilization and Christendom.  Though in cultural Marxist cities in the north western United States, like Seattle, they celebrated something called ‘Indigenous People’s Day‘.  As absurd as this sounds, they are actually ashamed of their...
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Revival, Romanticism & Southern unity

December 2, 2014

The distinct Southern culture and identity, developed by British colonists beginning in the seventeenth century on the northern periphery of a vast multi-national plantation complex which lay at the heart of the Atlantic world, was disrupted from its natural course of development by the American Revolution of the 1770s. That revolution separated the plantation...
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Linear vs cyclical time in Southern thought

November 27, 2014

Eugene and Elizabeth Genovese in their important work The Mind of the Master Class: History and Faith in the Southern Slaveholder’s Worldview discuss the tension between two major trends in Western intellectual thought regarding time and the flow of history. They note on pages 152-155 that ‘linear interpretations have pointed toward an “end...
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US total war vs Southern traditionalism

November 9, 2014

The advent of Modernity and democracy brought with it a reorganisation of nations of people (and multi-national populations living under a single state) and the new principle of total war in the West. Prior to the Modern Age, war was the pursuit of monarchs and the small professional armies they hired. Such conflicts were...
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Jamestown or Charleston? Historical narratives & Romantic nationalism

October 30, 2014

Professor Paul Quigley, a lecturer of history at the University of Edinburgh, brings up an important point in his work Shifting Grounds: Nationalism and the American South 1848-1865 which has been explored at length on SNN. As the jacket of his book notes, ‘Southerners… looked across the Atlantic, comparing southern separatism with movements in...
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Polk, the Southern church & Romantic nationalism

October 21, 2014

As Glenn Robins, professor of history at Georgia Southwestern State University, writes in his book The Bishop of the Old South: The Ministry and Civil War Legacy of Leonidas Polk, the 1820s saw the emergence of genuine Southern nationalist consciousness. This was the period in which Robert Barnwell Rhett, the ‘Father of Southern Nationalism’, would...
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Jones pushes Ole Miss to ditch Southern identity

August 8, 2014

President Daniel Jones’ decision to throw out the University of Mississippi’s Southern heritage has been in the news of late and provoked a backlash from pro-Southern groups. Jones, who makes nearly half a million dollars a year, has decided to limit the use of the commonly known name of the school, ‘Ole Miss’, rename...
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Hundreds protest Washington & Lee’s flag removal

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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The Day of the Siege

I’m not going to make this a real long one, but I thought I would give y’all notice about an interesting movie I just watched. The title of the movie is The Day of the Siege.  I watched it on Netflix. This movie is about the defense of Vienna against a Muslim army about...

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...

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